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"On I 95. More coming up in a bit. I'm David W TOP traffic. All right, Dave, thanks. Let's go to Maryland now where WTO's John doman has been talking with some drivers at the I 95 rest areas. Our cars packed to the brim. Like it can not be packed anymore. In Hannah for shadows, still managed to sleep most of the way so far. We got snacks, drinks, everything we need pillows, lots of pillows. That's the secret to a long car ride. She, her parents and her siblings are all headed from Jersey to Florida for the weekend. There will only be there for like two days. And then we're doing drive back. For some, flying is just out of the question. Terrible on a regular day. No, not to mention the day before Thanksgiving. John roberti is en route from New York City to North Carolina. Once he went to the airport, you're an air control. I don't like being stuck when I can't get out. On I 95 in Maryland, John dome in WTO P news. Nearly two and a half million Americans will be flying. So let's head over to Reagan national where we find WTO's Luke luker. Well, today will be one of the more crowded days that our region's airport, TSA says Sunday will be even more hectic when travelers like Joseph return home. He's traveling for ten hours today. I'm going up to Boston to drive up to the coast of Maine. At two legs on that, yeah. If you are flying today or this weekend, get to the airport early. The busiest typically early in the morning because so many people have to connect at another airport to their final destination. Lisa farb signed with the TSA, says late afternoon is also a busy time. She also has a helpful tip to get through security. Don't wait until you get to the conveyor belt to start unloading your pockets. Take them out in the line, put them in your carry on bag. And Reagan national Luke Luke or WTO canoes. Is also watching for delays and cancellations at area airports. There are some delays, no cancellations. It's three O 6 and some breaking developments this afternoon in the deadly mass shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, 6 people are dead, four others hurt. After a manager opened fire on fellow workers in a break room at the store late last night, the shooter then turned the gun on himself. Police have now identified him as 31 year old Andre Bing and of Chesapeake, authorities confirmed he was a team leader at the store and had been with Walmart since 2010. Chesapeake police chief Mark zelensky. The Chesapeake police S.W.A.T. team executed a search warrant at the suspect's residence and with the help of the Virginia state police, we cleared the house. We have reason to believe that there's no risk to the public at this time. Police also say Bing was armed with a handgun and multiple magazines. They have not yet said anything about a possible mode of one of the murdered victims was found near the front of the store to others in the break room, three others taken to hospitals where they died of their wounds. Stay with WTO for more details. Coming up after traffic and weather, how do you handle it when political debates or family drama make an
"ten hours" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Tallies in within 12 hours, ten hours, whatever number you want to say. Really, it should be election night. We should know who won every race. Now, if it comes down to a couple of hundred votes or thousand votes or something like that and you have to go back and you have to recount, that's fine. But this idea that Arizona has only managed accounts 70% of its boats after this exact thing happened in 2020. It's not like they didn't have on notice this might happen. Same thing happened in Nevada. How is this possible? How are we sitting here with this result? Given what is going on in the country and the fact that the Senate is at stake. Now, hopefully we got the house, but even that's not resolved because we're still waiting on some of these other states. California is going to take forever. I mean, we got a lot of people listening. They said in the mayor's race in California book, they may not release new totals until Friday. I know or follow on Twitter. He tweeted out that I'm currently sitting here with a supercomputer in my pocket that connects the satellites that allows me to order pizza with pineapple on it in my underwear, but we can't get all the votes counted in one night. I mean, it is pretty remarkable when you think about this, but it's also, I know, it's by design. We know that they want all these lax rules. They want to try to do every advantage. And the Democrats are pleading to the refs in the game while they're playing it. And maybe doing worse too. I know some of you are like actually bought their buying them off. Okay, fine. But we still have to win. I mean, this also comes down to the fundamental question. I mean, people are facing, I think, now, in 2020, okay, yeah, did they change the rules to favor them? Yes. Did they break state constitutions and in my view break laws to do that? Yes. Did they cheat? Yes. Is Donald Trump the president right now? No. How do we fix these things so that we win? And I think that we get so ramped up in the principle of, oh, look what they're doing. Yeah, look what they're doing. Look how they're playing the game. Look at how they try to skew the battlefield in their favor. And you're going to have super narrow, super title actions in these states. So I do think at some level clay this is a bit of a wake up call. Because yeah, there's also there's a lot of exit polling that shows a lot of independence of the last minute seemed to switch actually toward Democrat votes or at least toward ticket splitting, and that ticket splitting has been brutal for us. In Georgia, a lot of young people usually don't go out and vote. And by young, I mean the most ignorant Gen Z their Gen Z right the 20 year old. Yeah. That was like such a moment. The Gen Z is the young generation, right? The Gen Z out there, they're actually, they voted in pretty large numbers. Some of these get out the vote efforts, even though they're based on the absurd threats to our democracy, what we're seeing is, yeah, to you, to me, to emotionally stable adults, and this was our analysis. Threats to democracy doesn't make you want to go vote. That's absurd. But if you're 25 and you think we're like literally never going to have another election because like that's what I learned in college because I am indoctrinated by leftist lunatics, they showed up and voted for 18 and on campus. You really don't know any better book. I mean, the older you get, you look back and you're like an 18 year old today, was born in 2004. I mean, that's crazy because a lot of you listen to me right now are like, you know, you still have shorts and t-shirts from 2004 that you regularly wear around. But you think when you are 18 years old that everything is the most important thing that's ever happened in the history of the world because to you it is. And you don't have that knowledge of, hey, here's what has happened historically. I've been through several elections before. So they're uniquely persuadable to this craziness of, hey, you know, if we don't win this election, then democracy ends, they're like, oh my goodness, I better go vote. It also looks like it's gonna be the case buck and I'm curious when we get the final tallies. Way more Republicans look like they're going to have voted in this midterm election than Democrats. I'm curious how much of the red vote is now in states that are way redder. There's been a sort of Tennessee. It's a huge, it's a huge part of it. Notice how, because we actually understand that elections are a process with rules, and we're not trying to break them all the time. Although we shouldn't sit around and say, oh, but in principle, it should all be on election day and then people end up not showing up or they have something comes up. We don't sit around and cry about the fact that the house, GOP won the popular vote by 5 million votes in this election. So far. So, I'm so far, I should say. But we're going to win the popular vote. But you and I know, popular vote doesn't matter. Popular vote in a token gets you on the subway. Actually a token doesn't even get you on the subway anymore. It's got to be a metro card. But you guys know what I mean. So we're going to play the game by the rules that exist, and we got to play it to win. And I just think, yeah, clay, we had better messaging. Yeah, the country's doing crappy, but you know what? They're figuring out how to get the votes counted in their favor. And that's it's like points on the scoreboard. That's where we are. There's no doubt. And so as we continue and break down this more and more, we'll come back and we'll give you more and more details surrounding these races. Again, we're going to have Carrie Lake at two 30 and a pollino Luna who won one of these races in Florida at one 45 and governor of Tennessee. Maybe we'll talk about some of this sorting that's going on. Governor of Tennessee won by record magnitude
Powerball ticket sold in California snags record $2.04B win
"Not only one in Southern California who played the latest Powerball they could be the big winner I'm Ben Thomas with those winning numbers The jackpot ticket was sold at Joe's service center in altadena California northeast of Los Angeles the numbers ten 33 41 47 and 56 and the red Powerball was ten The numbers were drawn Tuesday morning ten hours later than expected because of participating lottery had issues processing sales The Powerball jackpot reached a record $2.04 billion the largest by far The previous record said in 2016 was just under 1.6 billion and shared by three ticket holders This time just one That person will have the choice of taking $997.6 million in cash Now or the 2.04 billion paid out annually over 29 years I'm Ben Thomas
"ten hours" Discussed on WTOP
"So important to get enough sleep before you get behind the wheel. It's drowsy driving prevention week, and new data from the national sleep foundation show a majority of Americans do drive while drowsy, even though nearly all of us believe it's risky. Also, it's survey found that 20% of drivers are overly confident in their ability to drive after sleeping two hours or less the previous night. The sleep foundation says to get the recommended amount of sleep before you drive, which is 7 to 9 hours a night for adults and 8 to ten hours for teens. The group says drowsy driving is responsible for thousands of crashes each year. John Aaron WTO P news. Going higher still with another fed interest rate hike, I'm Mark Hamrick as we follow the upward trek of rates rising in response to inflation in my report coming up. It's ten 18. Traffic and weather on the 8s back over to Joe and the traffic center. And let's get started in Maryland two 70 northbound. You're still closed at before 80 urbana if you're headed northbound, you're going to be diverted at one O 9 to head over to three 55 to continue northbound. If you're stuck in between one O 9 and three 55, you're probably tired of me telling you this and you're probably tired of being stuck even more, but you're going to be turned around in one of those authorized vehicle only turnarounds. That will take you back southbound. That means southbound, you're also losing the left lane as you go through that whole ordeal. And then there's another crash southbound approaching one O 9 plus lots of those folks are getting off on a very slow clover leaf style ramp, which means you have to slow down a lot to exit on one O 9, which is causing delays on two 70 southbound as well. So in other words, not an ideal night to be traveling in between Montgomery and Frederick county, but three 55 is really going to be the only way to do it. Over on 66 in Virginia, still have a very slow. It's just the right link getting you through between one 23 and the beltway. You can not access the inner loop to head towards Tyson's on the right exit from 66, use the express lanes to do that. Northbound on the interloop they belt way through merrifield from Arlington boulevard up towards the beltway. It is the left lane getting through the work zone that is heavy and very slow. As you make that trip over on the Virginia side, the beltway, we have a work zone there, and that's gonna be their two right lanes getting you through in between route 50 and four 50 Annapolis road, not too much of a delay with it, just follow the arrow boards and give the workers lots of room to do their work. And we saw the crash New York avenue inbound at West Virginia, Montana. Looks like you're gonna be routed around the circle to ahead in towards IV sitting. Other than that, the rest of the beltway looking good, 95 south, no issues all the way towards Fredericksburg, Joe Fox WTO traffic. Now here's your forecast from storm team four meteorologist samar Theodore. Well, that's been quite the change of scenery as far as the second half of our weekend goes tonight while the showers continue to
Jim Carafano Discusses His Recent Trip to Ukraine
"I am Sebastian gorka, this is America first with one of our regulars mister national security and foreign policy for the conservative mothership. It is, of course, the heritage foundation heritage and colonel Jim caravan of doctor carafano is freshly back from Ukraine, and he has so much to share with us. Don't you, Jim. So this is weird, you know, I was in the army for 25 years. I was never deployed to a combat zone once. And in the last two months, I've been in two combat zones, so you had two busy playing with those nuclear weapons. I care, right? I guess. So I had another group of experts working with a Polish think tank. So we went to Ukraine. You fly to the border, the Polish border. The Polish border take a train to ten hour train ride to Kyiv. So you and Boris Johnson, secret trainer. Yeah, yeah, everybody takes the secret train ride. It's a private train. It runs at night. The security is ridiculous. Everybody, WeChat our own SEAL Team 6 guy. I mean, it wasn't SEAL Team 6, but they look like social security. Yeah, they look like something out of the movie. And everywhere we had like this arsenal. And I was just like, I've pitied anybody that would come after us. But these were supplied by the Ukraine government. This was actually these were actually supplied by the Polish government. Wow. And so we went to bucha, which is the high water mark of the Russian incursion towards the capitol, which is stunning how close. Where there was basically genocide. Right. So the town horrible, terrible. I mean, one is how close they actually got to the capitol. The other is, is the destruction was just terrible. I mean, including obviously blowing up things that are not military targets in any way. We'll show some photographs and then of course this is a scene of one of the mass burial sites. And tragically on the day we left, they found it even bigger mass barrels. People bound tortured. Families bound together in the latest. Hundreds of people thrown into a hole in the ground. And no matter what you take away from this, no matter what side you're on, if you're a neocon or a restrainer or whatever and you want nobody can think that Putin is a global player. And the notion that you would just sit back on your hands and just let him run wild being the murderer and soulless godless killer that he is. And think that someday that wouldn't come after you. That's just nuts.
US to require more rest between shifts for flight attendants
"Flight attendants will get more rest under a new FAA rule taking effect later this year Airlines will be required to give attendance at least ten hours off between shifts one more than they get now One that is going to improve aviation safety Acting FAA chief Billy Nolan says the change took way too long Congress told the agency for years ago to boost the rest requirement flight attendants union president Sarah Nelson says the Trump administration tried to kill it but Cruz will finally get the rest they deserve and need This feels really good Airlines have up to 90 days to comply Sagar Meghani at The White House
David Beckham waits 12 hours in line to pay respects to the queen
"Soccer legend David Beckham joined the thousands of mourners queuing up to pay their respects to the late queen People spotted the former England soccer captain in the line of mourners near Britain's houses of parliament It is believed he joined the keyword 2 a.m. and lined up for more than ten hours with thousands of others Beckham told the AP the queen's death has a personal meaning to him We're all royalists and you know I said earlier that today you know I think back to my grandparents because if my grandparents were alive they would have been here As a soccer
A Dire Generational Warning From 'Hollowed Out' Author Jeremy Adams
"There is a massive crisis happening right now with young people. And it's not just one issue. It's multiple. Jeremy Adams, whose teacher of the year in California and has just published this book, which again is hollowed out a warning against a warning about America's next generation and he joins us right now. Jeremy, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Shirley, thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. Thanks for having me on. So Jeremy, a lot of different ways we could start here, but let's just start this way. Tell us about your book and why you decided to write it. Yeah, well, I've been a teacher for almost 25 years now. And one of the really interesting and unique things about being a teacher is that you start to see things in the classroom that the broader society takes a while to figure out. And having taught for 25 years, I'll tell you in the last 5 to 7 years, there have been some profoundly disturbing changes in the way that my students spend their time in the way that they look at the country and their value system and the way that they look at adulthood. And this book is really essentially a battle cry. Me waving my hands in the abyss saying, hey, other adults in America, we have a profound problem here with our young people. And I was I couldn't agree with you more. This is not a political issue. It is a cultural spiritual and moral issue. Our children are literally being hollowed out of the values and the behaviors that typically give life its meaning and its purpose. So tell me, what are you seeing? What is that warning? What is the canary in the coal mine? Yeah. The problem is that our young people literally are living their lives untethered to adult values and don't responsibilities. Morals, they spend their time in a way that you and I. And I know you're a bit younger than I am. I'm sorry to say. But you know, they literally spend 9 to ten hours a day on their cell phone. That's right. And think about that. When you spend 9 or ten hours a day on your cell phone, that means you're not dating. You're not going out. You don't have intensive friendships. You're not reading. And nowadays, literally the attention span of our young people has been destroyed.
Lawyer Christina Bobb Gives First-Hand Account of Trump FBI Raid
"I'm back with Donald Trump's attorney Christina bob. We're talking about the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago. Christina, do you happen to, first of all, how long did this process last? Was it last an hour? A couple of hours where they're there all day. How long was the FBI on site? Yeah, they were there all day. I mean, I believe they showed up around 9. Like I said, they got there before I did, so I don't know their exact arrival time, but it wrapped up probably 7 or 8. I think by the time the news broke, it was pretty much over, but it had taken I would say maybe ten hours. And when you spoke to these guys, did you ask them or did they tell you particularly what they're looking for? Or do they just eventually hand you the document and kind of go about their business as if you didn't really have any need to know? Yeah, it was the latter. They pretty much just handed me the war when they were done and it has the attachment for what they're looking for. And the media has been reporting that which is accurate that they're looking for presidential records or any possibly classified material. I don't believe that there was anything classified in there, but I'm sure that the FBI will say that there is, but I'll be curious to see exactly what they're going to say, if anything. I found it particularly interesting that they were looking for presidential records because not that long ago, judicial watch through trying to get access to presidential records for Bill Clinton and judicial watch actually lost the case because the court said, it's up to the president to decide what a presidential record is. And apparently that's been true for the first 44 presidents, but for Donald Trump, I guess the FBI is the one that gets to decide what a presidential record is and sees whatever they wanted to see.
Ryan Girdusky: Our Classrooms Are Radicalized; Get Involved
"If you could just quickly sum up this is intentional by the left The fact that they are obsessed with school boards is not an accident Once they get the education system the rest is all for nought Right yeah absolutely And because it's not about getting future Democrats they're already getting that through other means of social media and stuff like that It's about people sticking there and telling children from an early age your country is inherently racist It's a bad place and you can't say that by making small changes here or there You need to destroy it from the inside out They're getting real radicals And they're radicalizing children in these classrooms for ten hours a day And it's not always the teachers It's sometimes it's a superintendent and it's the way it's being pushed and it's happening everywhere Get involved in your local school boards in the sense of just at least knowing the date at least knowing the check out the website 1776 project pack look at our endorsed candidates and if you live in Florida please on August 23rd vote because we can't afford to give up this institution 85% of the kids go to public schools we can't abandon them and hope that they'll be in private schools one day You need to get involved today
Why Justin Thomas Is an Early Favorite for the British Open
"Like, who's your early favorite for saint Andrews to win? I mean, it's arguably the easiest open course where you can just send it all over the place. But there's a whole hell of a lot of course knowledge there. Right. Yeah, we have a live golf guy, Louie us Tyson, who won. Justin Thomas is my favorite. He's almost mine every week. Yeah, I think JT was there. Yeah. Most notably because I'm in a survivor pool. You're in Fort Worth Texas. I think you might be at it too, or you brought his in it, whatever. But I saved Justin Thomas for the British open this week. I have saved him all year, I've got a chance if I can finish the year strong to win this thing and it's like 80 grand to the winner or something. It's 700 bucks to get it. There's 500 or 600 people in a shitload of people, but anyway, I've saved Justin Thomas for the British open. I think Justin Thomas wins at saint Andrews. I know Colby two year also a friend of the pod has been on FTP Justin Thomas's personal trader. Is there with JT this week and next week, he's got his stable, the stables there. That's important. It's got more of a home feel to it when you've got your trainer and your swing coach, even when you're ten hours away at a different time zone, that's important. Little things like that make a big difference in a major championship or even in a even in a tournament where you're shit. And in 7 different time zones. It doesn't matter, but when you've got little things like that go on your way it makes a big difference. I got Justin Thomas at the British open saint Andrews. I mean, it's going to be a low score. It's going to be a low score. I saw a quote from JT. I think he played his first professional round at saint Andrews. And he said, the first fairway at saint Andrews is like a 120 yards wide. And he said, well, shit, if I well shit, if I can't hit this fairway, I might as well just never play professional golf and retire here. And he obviously piped it down the middle and she made $45 million ever since without joining the live tour, which is something in itself, but yeah, Justin Thomas is my favorite next week. I know that's an boring favorite because it's not really that out of
Axios: Republicans Plot Foreign Intervention Pullback
"Because there's a piece now and another left wing site Well actually same left wing site axios while vox and axios are different but same in terms of ideology And the headline is from ten hours ago Republicans plot foreign intervention pullback by Loughlin marche Republican lawmakers following former president Trump's leader working with a wide range of conservative groups to pull back American support for Ukraine the Middle East and Europe officials to the Middle East means probably Israel and moderate Arab countries that are taking on Iran why it matters they write with the GOP poised to retake control of the House and perhaps the Senate next year this contingent could grow substantially Trump is back in candidates excuse me who explicitly broken with Republican foreign policy orthodoxy 11 Senate GOP no votes on a $40 billion Ukraine aid package last week was the clearest sign of the new coalition's influence is expanding Well look about 10 billion of that 40 billion should never have been in there
Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker
"Jack pasovic is a good friend of mine. He does a great job and we're going to talk to him about a lot of different stuff. Jack, welcome back to the program. Charlie always a pleasure. So Jack, something happened over the weekend that seems to be memory hold. There was a hostage situation, which is rare. We don't always see that. It happened at a synagogue. Tell us the story. What happened? Charlie, so there's the story that we got in terms of the real-time situation as it was reported to us through the media. And now there's the story that's beginning to emerge through the reporting that's come out over the past few days. So the story that we got at least in terms of as it broke publicly was that at a Beth Israel congregation synagogue outside of Dallas, Texas, a terrorist took hostage, a rabbi and three of the congregants there and held him in a ten hour siege. With a local authorities and the FBI, all while demanding the release of a woman who has been in captivity and prison in the U.S. for many years, she's referred to as lady Al-Qaeda. She's also her name is afia siddiqui. She's someone that's been on the Al-Qaeda list for many, many years as one of the very first detainees was picked up in Afghanistan years ago. She's held for not only being a terrorist and providing material support to Al qaida and the Taliban, but also for attacking soldiers trying to shoot soldiers with a rifle here in the U.S. and a hospital. It's a long story, but she's someone who's been held and that care national, by the way, has actually been holding fundraisers and events and support events for this terrorist who's been convicted over the years behind the scenes for years. They've been publicly holding events supporting this terrorist. And so this guy comes over. Now we've now learned he came over traveled from the UK to the U.S. utilized really exploited homeless shelters in New York City and then Dallas as he made his way across the United States in what seems to be a planned operation from a known jihadist, someone who is known to UK authorities somehow the FBI lets this guy in doesn't pick him up on their radar. We hear from President Biden of all people, tells us that this guy somehow was able to obtain an illegal weapon while here in the United States. And so this has all the hallmarks. It's shaping up to be a planned operation from an overseas terrorist cell and he may have had help here in the United
Texas rabbi says he, 2 hostages escaped synagogue standoff
"The the rabbi rabbi of of a a Texas Texas synagogues synagogues as as he he threw threw a a chair chair at at a a gunman gunman and and then then escape escape with with two two other other hostages hostages after after a a ten ten hour hour standoff standoff a a rambling rambling a a congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel in in suburban suburban fort fort worth worth Texas Texas said said he he left left the the gunman gunman in in the the synagogue synagogue on on Saturday Saturday because because he he appeared appeared to to need need shelter shelter he he says says the the man man was was not not threatening threatening or or suspicious suspicious at at first first later later he he heard heard a a gun gun click click as as he he was was praying praying authorities authorities identified identified the the hostage hostage taker taker as as forty forty four four year year old old British British national national Malek Malek Faisal Faisal on on ground ground he he was was killed killed Saturday Saturday night night after after the the last last hostages hostages ran ran out out of of the the synagogue synagogue around around nine nine PM PM the the FBI FBI issued issued a a statement statement calling calling the the ordeal ordeal a a terrorism terrorism related related matter matter in in which which the the Jewish Jewish community community was was targeted targeted I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
British man identified as hostage-taker at Texas synagogue
"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker the the armed armed gunmen gunmen who who took took members members of of a a synagogue synagogue near near fort fort worth worth Texas Texas hostage hostage Saturday Saturday has has been been identified identified as as a a forty forty four four year year old old British British National National League League buy buy sell sell Akron Akron was was killed killed after after the the four four hostages hostages at at congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel got got out out okay okay the the situation situation unfolded unfolded over over ten ten hours hours president president Biden Biden on on Sunday Sunday said said the the US US won't won't tolerate tolerate this this this this was was an an act act of of terror terror the the FBI FBI says says it it seems seems this this was was a a lone lone act act on on a a live live stream stream of of the the synagogue synagogue service service Akron Akron could could be be her her demanding demanding out out fiesta fiesta Dickey's Dickey's released released from from a a Texas Texas prison prison she she was was convicted convicted of of trying trying to to kill kill army army officers officers Biden Biden says says actor actor may may have have just just gotten gotten to to the the U. U. S. S. recently recently and and bought bought the the gun gun off off the the street street from from an an individual individual in in a a homeless homeless shelter shelter for for homeless homeless community community or or whether whether because because that's that's usually usually what what I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
"ten hours" Discussed on WTOP
"Icing is causing trouble in the central part of the state Tens of thousands of customers are already without power in Georgia north and South Carolina and Florida Severe weather in Southwest Florida this morning wink TV meteorologist Nash road This tornado initially happened in the iona area debris being lofted in the air hundreds if not thousands of feet Serbian tennis superstar Novak Djokovic has left Australia after losing his final attempt to play in the Australian open Despite being unvaccinated for COVID-19 In Serbia president Alexander vucic was angry I think Australian Australian authorities accumulated themselves with this kind of procedures pressing against mobile Djokovic ten days of torturing him Many employees still have to get the coronavirus vaccine despite the Supreme Court ruling this week striking down the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for large companies Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on ABC in the healthcare setting that ruling was upheld and so 17 million healthcare workers and settings across the country are still required now to get vaccinated that will help create a safer environment for healthcare workers as well as for patients Some big drug store chains are having trouble keeping their doors open Some Walgreens and CVS stores are temporarily closing on the weekends over COVID-19 related staff shortages Walgreens says the omicron variant is placing significant straight on its business in the short term CBS News correspondent Ellison keys the people who have been held hostage for more than ten hours yesterday in colleyville Texas are safe after an FBI hostage rescue team breached the synagogue where they have been held captive The suspect is dead KTV TV's Kate TV TV's JD miles The hostage taker made references to wanting to talk to his sister Authorities tell CBS News he was demanding to speak to iifa sadiki who was not related to him but in a Fort Worth prison for trying to kill Americans in Afghanistan during the war This woman has known terrorist contacts She's called by folks in the counter terrorist area lady Al-Qaeda Congresswoman Beth van dyne says the hostage taker also claimed to have planted bombs in undisclosed locations Celine Dion has canceled the remainder of her North American tour she says she is being treated for severe and persistent muscle spasms and needs more time to recover This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and other WTO PF It's one O three on Sunday January 16th 2022 21° we're expecting snow than ice then rain today Good afternoon I'm sandy cosell with the top local stories we're following this hour and the top story is the weather The stage is set for the third major storm of the winter around here There are winter weather advisories and warnings depending on where you are in our listening area Let's get the latest on the track of this storm from storm team four meteorologist Steve prince of valley Well good afternoon sandy It is coming up from the south so it's been our southern suburbs that have seen the snow first in places like culpeper Fredericksburg spotsylvania it's already been snowing here for the last hour or two It will eventually get into the D.C. area here I believe in the next hour So between one and 2 o'clock it arrives in Washington with some snowflakes then it falls steadily at times for a few hours before turning over to sleet freezing rain and then rain I expect the lightest amounts in southern Maryland where the warmer air arrives first less than an inch there in places like Waldorf lusby and saint Mary city one to three inches in the greater D.C. area and the I 95 quarter but three to 6 the farther north and west you live I'll have the complete forecast including the look at your doctor.
There Are Only a Handful of Folks Telling Mike Lindell's Story
"Spoken the truth that we trusted. They've gone silent. So in order to hear about this kind of thing, you have to listen to my show. You have to just a handful of folks that are on this. And that know that you have been working behind the scenes with attorneys general across the country, amazing. How can that not be a story? How can The New York Times be writing about this? Eric think of this, how is this not a story? Let's go back in time. Let's go back to November on December of a year ago. Remember, the four competence I was going to say before the break. They had four evidence conferences. I remember Arizona completely Jenna Ellis and Rudy Giuliani, do you know who was there to film them? One of them was only right side broadcasting. There wasn't Fox. Where was Fox? Would that be news when you're disclosing all the evidence? Remember, in Arizona, they did it for ten hours, poured the evidence out. Do you know what doocy did, Doug, do you see their governor? The first hour he called in his electors before even here in the evidence. Why? Because he could because nobody even knew that conference was going on. Help the people in the country because Fox wasn't covered. They went fox a fox is the biggest. It's not even controlled opposition. They're in on it. They have to be or they wouldn't have done called Arizona early and done this. So Eric, I've seen the important slash spring by getting setting up Frank speech dot com and for all people that have been canceled. People that have been canceled to come over
"ten hours" Discussed on WCPT 820
"A lot of construction employed skilled and trained osha ten hour certified workers who will work safely while on your roof Local 11 residential roofers earn a living wage and receive family healthcare and a retirement pension for their hard work When you hire palato construction you get competitive pricing professional union installers and the peace of mind knowing the job was done right So if you're a homeowner or a part of a homeowner's association and you're tired of a leaky roof or tired of the neighborhood rougher who just can't seem to get it done right give full auto construction a call at 815-740-5461 The lotto construction also installed solar roofing with a certified local one 34 electrician Learn more about residential roofing at roofers local 11 dot org This is John Daniel president and business manager of the sheet metal workers of smart local two 65 The principles that guide me are rooted in the simple belief that united we stand and divided we fall We the people must recognize that a diverse environment with unique points of view is a foundation for success A culture where labor and management work together inspires innovation promotes inclusion creates a sustainable growth for business the workforce and our communities When the entrepreneur's vision is developed and improved with the voice of a unionized workforce you build more than just a product you build a stronger future I want to personally think everyone who voted for President Biden He believes in unions Blue collar Biden signed the American rescue act of 2021 which secures a vested pension benefits It funds improvements of indoor air quality.
What's Wrong With CNN's Ratings
"Morning glory America bonjour high cannon. I'm you good inside the bellway joined by Byron York of the Washington examiner he's also you see him on Fox News. Good morning, Byron. How are you? Good morning, Hugh doing well, thanks. Our mutual friend Joe concha. Ten hours ago, put out the Friday night ratings of cable. Now, I don't normally pay attention to the cable ratings, but I've started to appear on Brett bear special report. And I know you work over there. I've left NBC. And I'm curious the only CNN program no CNN program broke 307 100,000 viewers on Friday. None. Every hour of this show has more than 700,000 listeners Byron. I can not believe this. What has happened there? Well, yeah, it's interesting. Joe had retweeted a Twitter site that sends out a lot of the cable news ratings. And the ratings for Friday night were really not all that unusual. 9 out of the top ten programs were Fox News. Number 6 was the Rachel maddow show on MSNBC. Sometimes there are two MSNBC shows in the top ten, but that's a pretty accurate picture of what it looks like all the time. The highest rated, the highest rated CNN show was 27 Anderson Cooper's show. At 8 p.m., that's been the same for quite a long time, usually the highest. When Chris Cuomo was there the highest rated CNN show was maybe 24th. I've always wondered and I have to say, I haven't done any reporting. I haven't looked into this. But I've always wondered why CNN doesn't want to do better. I mean, Byron. Ratings are the measurement of your success.
All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting all three men charged in amat R. breeze death are convicted of murder the three white men charged in the death of Ahmad Arbury outside the Georgia port city of Brunswick were convicted of murder Wednesday you have heard the verdicts read where these your verdicts then and are these your verdicts now yes I sound courtesy of court TV your respond regnant Michael his son Travis McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian guilty after about ten hours of deliberation the McMichael's grab guns and pursued the twenty five year old armory in their pickup as he ran through their neighborhood in February twenty twenty Brian joined the pursuit in his pickup and on cellphone video recorded Travis McMichael fatally shooting armory the men face minimum sentences of life in prison and it will be up to Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley whether the sentences come with or without the possibility of parole hi Mike Rossi up
"ten hours" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Employed skilled and trained osha ten hour certified workers who will work safely while on your roof Local 11 residential roofers are in a living wage and receive family healthcare and a retirement pension for their hard work When you hire palato construction you get competitive pricing Professional union installers and the peace of mind knowing the job was done right So if you're a homeowner or a part of a homeowners association and you're tired of a leaky roof or tired of the neighborhood roofer who just can't seem to get it done right give palato construction a call at 8 one 5 7 four zero 5 four 6 one The lot of construction also installed solar roofing with a certified local one 34 electrician Learn more about residential roofing at roofers local 11 dot org October is breast cancer awareness month and hot Volkswagen is proud to support the pink heels Joliet chapter The pig heels support women and their families not causes so all donations go directly to people here locally who are struggling We'll be accepting donations all month long so please help us support this wonderful organization October is also an excellent time to buy a new Volkswagen We've got 0% financing for 72 months available on new books wagon models Save big on a huge selection of new Volkswagen models like Jedi eat one Atlas cross sport and the all new tows all insect now and ready for immediate delivery Puck Volkswagen Joliet number one in Illinois 5 years in a row Located on Jefferson street in Joliet or online at hawk VW dot com Available in silicon works working levels with group credit is the chairman by Volkswagen credit CEO of the details number of playing based ten 2016 through 2020 retail sales It's like 11 one 21 18 That's how many cars we currently have on the lot 18 This is TJ from McCarthy Ford and you've probably heard about the crazy shortages that car dealers are facing and all because of a semiconductor chip the size of a quarter Tens of thousands of vehicles are languishing in factory parking lots just waiting for that tiny chip Just one more example of how COVID-19 has impacted our daily lives even in a post vaccine world It seems that cars trucks SUVs aren't the only thing reliant on those chips laptops notebooks cell phones everything we use everyday relies on silicon based semiconductor chips and there's a backup never before seen So what does this all mean for us We need you use vehicles urgently What does this mean for you We're paying top dollar.
If You Want Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen,' It Is Available
"No it's actually unacceptable And I just want you folks to know it's a great book You should order it You really should whether you get in three days or 6 days and you know the thing is Victor Amazon has its own delivery service It doesn't use the postal service it doesn't use FedEx And depending on what type of person customer you are prime customer a lot of these books that says if you order within ten hours you get it the next day And if you have enough books that's what it should be saying So what I wanted to do is have you on and explain to the American people the people that listen to this program If you want the book go ahead and order it It's not out of stock They've got it If you say well I don't know For some reason Mark it's not there And I think the message is one that your audience would like to hear that we're not crazy that there's a concentrated attack on citizenship
Weather (and Motion Sickness)
"We've had a few questions come in lately about motion sickness and i don't think there's a whole show around motion sickness so we're gonna take a few minutes early on here to tackle and give you some tips and tricks on motion sickness as a kid man. I couldn't run the back seat of a car. More than twenty miles without getting sick. And i mean really sick there were. I can remember times as a kid where i would drive to the airport and i would get more sick once. I got on the plane for some reason in my life. It doesn't bother me anymore. The ebony have you had any issues with motion sickness. I had a motion sickness issue on an airplane. One time i was A very young pilot. I was building time. I i worked for a company that has alignment that that did pipeline patrol. I was out flying pipeline patrol with a guy one time and He was actually the pilot. But i was. I was with them and Yeah i got. I got sick. We we stopped and ate lunch and Shortly after lunch My lunch decided it. Didn't want to be in my stomach anymore. And luckily we had an a a water cooler And so i i r- ruined that for the the other guy went out the next day and bought him the new water cooler But i i was dealing with some Inner ear stuff. At the time. I shouldn't have been flying. But i was because it was about ten hours apply time. I was going to get that and so i went out and and i flew fluid so i had some You know sign assi cold Type stuff going on. And and i think that's what really caused it but it's it's just a horrible feeling. I mean to be stuck in an airport. Especially if you don't have a six or someplace to to discharge what's gonna come out of your body. It's a it's a bad situation but i have I have had oh probably four or five check rides and i've given well over five hundred so You know maybe one percent of my check rides. I've had the applicants get sick you carry. Oh yeah absolutely absolutely. Never leave home without them.
California Bill Targets Fast-Paced Working Conditions at Warehouses
"Lawmakers are weighing the first legislation of its kind. Which could give warehouse workers new power to fight speed quotas. Npr's alina seljuk reports. Hurry hurry hurry send you about. Eta says that's how it felt when she worked at an amazon warehouse in southern california. All you see people bending down scanning every individual items getting to screening individual items scanning to wayne it out having to run to the other side put it in the conveyor and start over again. She rotated through several jobs for ten hours a day. she would bend twist reach scan. Unwrap re wrap hoping to hit two hundred items. Our i rarely ever saw anyone to use the restroom or less you know. They talked to some morley. Do mind scanning this item like every three minutes just so might time off. Task doesn't accumulate cover for time off. Task is carefully watched by amazon. The company says it's to make sure all technology is in working order but also to identify underperforming workers too much time off task over time and the algorithm can flag you as a slacker and get you fired some workers leg bharata who is now an organizer with a warehouse. Workers resource center have argued that the pace of work is unhealthy unsustainable. That's what prompted new legislation by california assemblywoman laurenti gonzalez were absolutely targeting. The practices of amazon that are being picked up quite frankly by other retailers the legislation. Ab seven one is a rare bill to specifically target large warehouses. It's complex but has two key themes the main one says productivity quotas cannot come at the expense of health and safety. If they do the bill would give workers more legal power to fight them. The second is transparency giving workers the representatives and government officials more access to detailed records of quotas and workers actual rates. What we know is that amazon workers get hurt. Twelve times as often as other warehouse
"ten hours" Discussed on Toure Show
"Starfish impe. Wow and it was always starfish. Pp but when that was written. I said she's starfish. And p breakfast news like with a. Pp's gotta go. Is it okay. If i say coffee instead of. Pp absolutely yeah. But it was starfish. Mvp her favorite number was twenty and it was favorite numbers twenty and she drew happy faces everywhere and she was extraordinary little girl and so i gave him all the details. He disappeared for ten hours. Went downstairs literally. Ten came back upstairs. He said okay. It's done so went downstairs. And he's standing at the standing at the console. He presses play and they're starfish and coffee ten hours and then he left. He said you can do the backgrounds on it with susan so i went into the backgrounds on it writing credit on that one. Yes i do have a writing credit on it. I am the author of that song. Yes i am What a gift. Yes to turn your childhood story into this crate. Little song an amazing song. Yeah yeah and it's so it fits album and yet it's so like everything else he's gone and so like him Because i do think on some level that he was on a spectrum. I do i do. I think that there is. Maybe you know like he was so unbelievably gifted so smart. But you know he wasn't The most guy in the world you know social cues were defined by him not by society. So what is that. You know how to read social cues. I don't know but i know that. He related to her being kook. He's a kook was the rest of that chorus an invention as well. Was that part of the original stories story. That was the whole thing that she would say fishing. Pp maple syrup and jam. Japan not butterscotch clouds and tangerines. A side order of ham. No that was that he. That's brilliant. i know. And if i was your girlfriend is ultimately about you are closer to wendy than we are and i wish for that level of intimacy. No that's not how i took it. S not how interpreted i he He wanted to be closer than men could be closer to women and girlfriends could be closer to each other than what men can be to a woman and that in his eyes and so he was saying. I wanna to be as close as your girlfriends can be to you. I wanna get closer than what we have our. If i was your girlfriend nudges wendy but just all of any of your close girlfriends. Yeah he wanted to be. He wanted to be the subject of that intimacy. Tell me everything but yet it's kind of one sided because it wasn couldn't do that couldn't have that kind of closeness he couldn't. This is the camille period right whereas experimenting with the c. Male voice.
"ten hours" Discussed on Behind the Prop
"Ground school that required for For your flight review In reality if you've been out for awhile it's probably gonna take more than an hour and even even when i'm doing these rusty pilot seminars. Tell people look when you go and hire local flight instructor to fly with you. They're still want to sit down and talk to you a little bit and make sure that you remember all these cool things that we just talked about right so that that would be probably the biggest one right there but they gotta make the decision. They want to get back into it. A lot of people come to the flight school. And and i'm sure ask wally. Hey i wanna learn how to flyer. I want to get back in. What do i need to do. I think while things have changed. It's really still pretty similar if you learn to fly ten ten years ago twenty years ago not a lot lotta changed you could probably if you flew here ten or twenty years ago you probably still fly the same aircraft you flew in twenty years ago. Well pull up in and you go up push forward you go down. I mean it pretty much. So i have heard this and i actually use it and it could be completely false but i heard the faa recommends. If you've been out for ten years you probably need ten hours of ground. Ten hours of flying is that a rule of thumb. You believe in or if heard you know. I've heard that for every year you've been out. You need an hour of instruction to get back in. That's not been my personal experience. Agreed either so. I know about you. Ali yeah i would. I would say you know it's it's going to be different. Depend on on every person how much how much they've kept up with it. Just because you haven't been in an airplane doesn't mean that maybe you haven't kept up with things reading. There's so much out there especially with the internet but You know they're planning pilot flying..
"ten hours" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"Adoptions happening but then it's a matter of you know they're adopting. The teams are adopted so quickly. Then it's a matter of getting the company itself to say. Okay you can spend money right. So there's there's a it's it's a challenge. It's a real challenge a bill. We do our biggest selling point. Is you know for everyone. Draft that someone produces were saving them ten hours in research. Tom league that from a time.
"ten hours" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Johnny. Ken show john cope johnny catcher. Kfi am six forty everywhere on the iheartradio app. Weird coming in your brain. No no. I almost continue to private conversation on the air which would have health know my next door neighbor. Well your little friend in the room lori. Don't you have any news to do can watch out. If you have any news. I don't know matter fact. You're always sauntering over to the studio to talk to john. You know what it's lonely in here. It's a friday and nobody is here. Except john and ray and little social media camborne. Nothing's going on. I didn't post anything. So i can't check my likes. It's one of those days. We got this clip. One more from governor tippety do at this win for the vacs lottery drawing today. This deals with something that all day yesterday. The board of cal osha occupational safety health agency. Whatever they're trying to figure out it was ridiculous. I think it went on for ten hours. Masks are no masks in the workplace and the decision they came up with was only if everybody's fully vaccinated in the room. Can you all take off. The masks is stupid. Let's listen to how this went with a reporter asking about all this just to be clear on the calica decision are those in effect immediately and on that note i mean what do you say to workers who are so confused because the administration has been promoting june fifteenth is this big reopening date restriction lists state of california or not but for the most part and now they're being told that they have to wear these masks potentially so we're working through. I mean look. This is a. This is the sasha's making process and what occurred was her last night. And we're we're going through. We've already had a series of conversations earlier this morning about people's feelings about what happened last night and as you know it was quite a quite an intense conversation. I think it's healthy that the governor is not dictating mandating. he's not. This is second. Because i don't know if there's a report or newsom either got confused there newsome's lying you have to wear the mask even if you're vaccinated in the office if you're in the room with an unvaccinated person but is the rule and there is no reason under guide that you have to wear a mask if you're vaccinated. That's not debatable. It's.
"ten hours" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"Have fun on the internet. Make a lot of money. Like how much dolls. I'm not sure if it's everyone's dream but it's definitely closer to mine to be honest. It's it's not as fun as you'd think unless you really like creating content. I think that's the number one thing that i want to say i like i. I still have a fulltime job. So it's not completely a dream. And and i do enjoy the full time job to. I don't work there a lot. Even though that it's supposed to be full-time don't tell my manager. They're not gonna watch them somewhere. Yeah excellent excellent but yeah. Let's say i work at a very big tech company so you can get away with working like less than ten hours a week really. Yeah yeah it's possible. I mean you you kind of have to engineer your own role into this role where you just don't need to do a lot of things so in all for example if you were in more on the infrastructure than you. Don't have that many meetings because you don't need to work with cross functional partners if it's less product facing than you don't need to pm as much so that minimizes during your meetings. So that way you know as long as you do well like coding. Wise done you know. That's fine as long as you ship. Stuff you prioritize. There's one tip die like to tell people so you do get requests from other teams or other. People say you can do this do that. I just ignore them and eighty percent of the time. They don't come back so you know that. Eighty percent of the time. It's it's not useful work so just just ignore them. This is not good advice for for people on my channel. So hopefully hopefully they're not going to slack off at their own work but yeah so. What do you do for ten hours. I try to just live my life. Happily i walk around. I take a lot of walks these days..
"ten hours" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"Strategy and stuff. So i'm cancer. I am the crab the moon child. I m hard shell on the outside and suber squishy on the inside. I am the body moment of what a cancer in as everyone is afraid of me until they actually get to know me. I thought you were so mean. Why are you like blowing your nose on my sleep because department for ten hours just because i got sad about Thing yup that is very very typical cancer. I know that's exactly how every cancer would respond to you. Be like yeah. I'm aware of that. I've read i read. I'm aware of how sensitive i am. Amazing okay so erica. I'm like feeling a little bit embarrassed. Because i have a question to ask that i feel like is going to show that maybe my reading comprehension is lower than i thought it was. Which is is this your first comic. You've done letters on or do letters on all of your comics. I have leonard a lot of comics. I don't let her all of my comments. But i tend to let a lot of them because i'm.
"ten hours" Discussed on Break The Rules
"So so some people come in like that. Most people are not aware of how much they can change their coming to me because they've been a treatment failure. They've tried medications. I rarely see people who seem less than ten people on and they might only be nine years old. So they're getting me from you know seeing the on tv or some some way that they sort of get to me and they they don't understand the impact right is do. I really have to do gluten dairy free. And i'm like well let me talk about information. Let me talk brain inflammation. I have the power these two brain maps that actually show brain inflammation so. I could be like see this. This is brain inflammation then. They're like my kids. Brain is implanted. I'm like everybody's branding them planes with a level of toxins and stress. There's just a lot of things rates. So so then i talk about detoxification and you know and i have so many kids with pans. Pandas An ocd right. And so panin. Pandas autoimmune cephlon apathy are grouping of disorders that have infectious disease or attacks in trigger and the body has a misdirected immune response in starts attacking itself producing massive inflammation. In when i mean anything can show walk. It could be texts. Not ticks like little texts but texts on motor or vocal. Ocd zayed's depression a loss of skills. Regression writing handwriting separation anxiety urgency in europe and pants and pandas. It's going to be a sudden onset. In auto municipal philosophy is a slow start. Odds-on in these behaviors can be scary. Kids can be overnight with rage They can have. Ocd so severe that they're doing ten hours of compulsive behaviors are having obsessive thinking. It is scary and you know. Infectious disease were living in the whirlwind factions z. So i had a covert induced psychosis in my clinic so but it can be tick-borne it can be strapped. I mean there just is such a list of things that can be and it's really on the rise and it's not just with kids anymore. The pe- in pans and pandas pediatric meaning pediatric onset. But now we're opening up to adult onset and You can have restricted eating eating disorders in there to lauren So it's it's pretty incredible. What is going on and you have to do this deep work you you have to change what you're eating. We've got to get this inflammation down so that the nervous system can regularly in the body can do. It's healing work. Because without that nervous system regulating physiologically. Your body will not allow you to heal rate.
"ten hours" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"What the hell am i doing. What am i doing in this relationship. What am i trying to get out of this job. What's going about me. I'm thirty seven. And i don't know the first thing you know. That's what they call a midnight crisis. What do you think people like to have them then. Everybody has them have them. Because these spent like decades is not doing anything about that in a life that doing anti about being a partially circumspect about some kind of introspection about some kind of brief examination about their own their own feelings own thoughts on memories are they doing the process that and now he just buried him some place as a smoke in ninety seven cigarettes and having fourteen beers. Wondering what the hell's going on. Why am i sell depressed That's a good reason. Not accessing anything so steph one connection. I put it as one because honestly i. It's absolutely necessary. You need to connect which soften some fashion or at least do something to connect with the world. Meaning that you know your world can't just be you know ten hours of teaching and grading papers in in the in the college hall and you go out to a restaurant and you know you have a meal for an hour and you go home and have a brandy and you know maybe listen to some classic music and Have a cigar. That's your day every day. That's not much contact with the world at all. That's avoiding everything so you don't if you do that. You don't really have any contact. You don't really know what you're why i get stuff. That is so superficial. I could spot it thousand miles away even what my bad is because you can tell that a person's superficial and then not living life..
"ten hours" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast
"How do i get better at that. How i how do i not get psyched out. What did the master say. His student was looking for mastery. Hit what do i need to do. If i work really really really hard. He's well you need to chop wood and and carry water for ten years so after ten years he comes back and he says okay. Master what do i need to do now. Is you need to go away for ten years chop wood and carry water and he come in after that he's he feels like he's reached enlightenment and he comes back and he says now what master. He says carry water for ten years and chop wood for ten years. Now that you're enlightened so it just again that's nothing you're just scratching the very beginning surface. We all mess and your mrs have to be cheap inexpensive. So don't force it. take your time. The greatest basketball players in the history of the sport. Don't make every free throw so they just have to keep shooting on hundred percent. I think one of the things that was a takeaway for me. And i remembered it in my own progression in this conversation with fellow is at you. Think when you got ten hours or thirty hours or forty hours of ground handling you've got dialed and you just don't see either perspective to say like okay. You probably don't have it dialed until you're at two hundred hours or something and until you can do all of the hundred vendors like ground handling challenge like once you're nailing all of those things and you can say like okay if you're still missing stuff. Then there's there's something wrong but until you're nailing all those if you're missing stuff it's because you're not nailing all of those different exercise. You're not able to help on the ground at three sixty or make the win wingtip kiss and drag your out and do whatever whatever you want so i think it just changing up perspective from like aid because you have ten hours now and you used to have zero..
"ten hours" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"I learned how to be a better operator and just by looking at not only at jeff but the team in i realized that there are several different leaderships effective leadership style. And so i got to see how different types of leaders worked within their own organization effectively. You know jeff included. And so i kind of picked and choose what. What would work for me. So i think i became a much more effective leader and operator and then but that the second thing is just through osmosis in terms of there is some downtime working. Jeff sometimes you have to travel to the next meeting or symptoms. You have to fly across the country. Where do you do when you're on a plane which off for five hours. I would get a list of ten hours of questions and knowing when to pepper. Jeff with questions or talk about issues or when it just time. It's been a long day. Just relax in antioch but not non work stuff. I had to calibrate that. But just i got to ask jeff questions that i realized that very few people could just because it was in some downtime but you know watching jeff And asking questions and him giving me feedback is of like two years of business school. You know it was ten hours a day or jaffer two years so that i guess that's what my mba is In in terms of business school. There's a lot of gold nuggets right here one thing. I'm really intrigued by you. Were talking about some of the things that you learned. I am wondering and this probably ties into to you. Saying i'm gonna come up with our questions. But what did you do just to most excel at that role right like there's got to be step functions of improvement throughout those two years and i'm wondering what you were doing. In addition to those questions that you'd ask him during downtime. Yeah so i mean bef- before he got injured. I did talk with. Andy jesse who was just a technical advisor just before that. He's now the ceo of amazon web services. He gave me some great advice. You know relying on and mentors and peers. Rick dalzell. He was the cio of amazon me. Some really good advice about you may think you power in this position. But you don't.
"ten hours" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"I was like wow. You're absolutely right lately. And the whole kind of all the parameters around it all the guardrails around it all the juice fence around it. You know doing this sort of worth it that you do in. And this is certainly my experience as a writer. You have all these people who. Nb some of them Even riders themselves and talk to them about about their riding. Look down on any any imminent ride up. But it's really surprising. The number of people who will kill themselves doing jobs that they hate and put neither energy into something that is supposedly the dream ambition. But it makes sense 'cause At a therapist told me this he said i was Working a job. I hated in. I couldn't find the energy to do and then he's like what are you like. We were the job you hate. And i'm like I'm like well. I'm pretty much like beden myself to do this for like you know ten hours a day so he's like so basically for dead for ten hours a day. You have to resurrect yourself every single day. You have to resurrect yourself from the dead to do this work that you really want to do. And when you put it that way it was really Brought it home. He's like you can't die every single day then just raise the dead. It's not humanly possible to raise the dead and when you said that it really made a made a lot of sense. I thought hating what i did during the day with. Light a fire under me but it was just Rendering me to to zombie. Like i was the walking dead. Yeah that you said if you get hired and you can't become alive again in ninety minutes exactly exactly but you gotta decompress by that time. You're physically tired and your and your mentally exhausted and then it on the weekend today. Yeah yeah exactly in this kind of like. What is what this girl was saying..