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London police officer convicted of neo-Nazi group membership

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

London police officer convicted of neo-Nazi group membership

"Rookie London police officer has been found guilty of belonging to a banned neo **** organization the first time a British police officer has been convicted of membership of an outlaw far rights group after more than thirty two hours of deliberations the jury at the city's Old Bailey court found Benjamin hunt I'm twenty two years old guilty of being a member of the extremist group national action hi I'm also was convicted of lying on his application and vetting forms to to join London's Metropolitan Police and of possessing terror related documents detailing knife combat and the making of explosive devices hi number was granted bail ahead of his sentencing on the twenty third of April but was warned by the judge that he faced jail very shortly London

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Navajo Nation reports less COVID-19 cases

Native America Calling

04:00 min | 8 months ago

Navajo Nation reports less COVID-19 cases

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez, which in tribes filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the trump administration over oil and gas development in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which people have long fought drilling in the area they hold sacred to protect cultural and subsistence resources. Last month, the Interior Department approved oil and gas leasing in the coastal plain supporters of development include Alaska state leaders, and Alaska's congressional delegation for jobs and Boots the village of Venus by tribal government, Arctic, Village Council and Venus. Village Council filed the lawsuit represented by the native American Rights Fund. Fifteen states led by Washington filed a separate lawsuit, Wednesday high winds and dry conditions continue to fan flames on the call Ville reservation in Washington state. In addition to destroying several structures, the fire is taking a toll on Livestock Ashley. Abraham son with the tribal fish and Wildlife Department estimates the fire has killed as many as twenty, five, hundred head of cattle and up to one hundred horses can't even bring them in because they're so burnt we have to put them down in the pasture and that's just from what we can recover as of right now until the Ho-, thoughts and disappear, we're still counting. People are losing their homes left and right here. And it's just getting more. The Okanagan County fairground is sheltering livestock and other animals, but is anita feed. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. The Navajo Nation reported its second day of no additional Cova nineteen deaths and three days as Christine. Trudeau reports months after strict orders, health officials report dwindling numbers of new cases twice within a matter of days the Navajo nation. marked. A significant milestone that the nation's largest reservation hasn't seen since March it's all the more important as the tribe continues to climb toward a total number that nears ten thousand covid nineteen deaths. The Nation wants outpaced every state in the country for the number of deaths from the disease. Nomination President. Jonathan. Nez. Called it good news but cautioned the numbers will continue to fluctuate until. There is an effective vaccine Nez encouraged citizens not to get discouraged by the fluctuation but to stay on top of practicing healthcare expert recommended safety measures and reminded that it's due to sticking to these measures that new case numbers have dropped in addition to remaining visual novel Nation Council Delegate Amber Penis Crotty says the council continued to push Navajo nation programs for dramatic increase to funds. And resources for every community across Navajo Nation Navajo nation health officials originally reported no new cases for day, but that was leader corrected to add twelve additional cases following Labor Day weekend gatherings another spike in case numbers expected another thirty two hour partial weekend lockdown. We'll go into effect starting Saturday I'm Christine Trudeau the stories a collaboration with national, Native News and the Solutions Journalism Network A native coalition is calling for the Kansas City football team to end its use of native American stereotypes and the Misappropriation of native culture as the NFL season starts in August. The team announced new measures and policies which include banning fans from wearing headdresses into the stadium. An Indian themed face paint. The team says it's reviewing the use of the Arrowhead Chop the coalition not in our honor. Says the steps are in the right direction, but it does not address the overall racism and appropriation of native culture using a race of people as a mascot. The coalition was formed by native college students and includes native advocates, educators, and community leaders. They're calling for the end of the top team name and imagery. Meanwhile, Kansas City kicks off the twenty twenty season against the Houston Texans. Thursday night. I mean Antonio Gonzalez.

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The (Urgent) Call to Slow Down

Optimal Living Daily

04:33 min | 9 months ago

The (Urgent) Call to Slow Down

"The urgent call to slow down by. Emma shy above simple slow lovely dot. com. I grew up believing that achievement was a sought after virtue that perfection was to be chased at all costs to slow down and rest was for the week and only acceptable for seven to eight hours of the day. I know that this kind of striving was setting me up to fail this kind of striving didn't leave room for anything but business. At thirty two hours enrolled in a master's degree training, an ultra marathon working fulltime, and learning how to be a mom to my two year old I'll spread too thin and I had no healthy stress relievers at thirty two and many times before as being called urged even by my body and my circumstances to slow down, I wished I'd listened. When Ariana Huffington founder of the Huffington post collapsed on the floor of her office bedroom she blamed burnout and exhaustion her bestseller. The sleep revolution was born out of this experience and a call to rest to slow down. If we consistently ignore the call to slow down, there's a good chance. We will become a statistic if we don't get the rest we need it's likely. We will develop chronic health conditions performed poorly in our work and increase risk of injury and even fatality. Fast and furious are not the only options living life running from one thing to the next doesn't have to be or default a slower more meandering approach is possible but you have to be radical you have to be different and you need to start now. How to answer the call to slow down. Living a more simplified life is a journey and it's not always going to be an easy one. We're constantly pulled in other directions by a culture that is built on speed outcomes and more more more. Slowing down is an iterative process techniques and tricks for living slower that were today might not work for you next. We have to be open to trying new things and taking chances and adjusting course where necessary. Decrease your expectations. One of my biggest roadblocks a slowing down is myself I'm off in my own worst enemy when it comes to keeping things slow and simple slowing down is not just about saying no to others it's also about saying no to myself. No I don't need to make the house perfect every morning before I leave it. No I don't need to serve a three meal when we have visitors. No I. Don't need to Bake for school lunches every week and these nose make way for a few yeses. Yes. I can give myself an extra ten minutes stretch. Yes. I can relax when I have friends over and yes, I can let go of the expectations I. have of myself to provide perfectly for my kids all the time. Increase Self Care. Slowing down looks a lot like self care for me being a highly sensitive person busy schedules increased my anxiety and make me feel overwhelmed very easily. My answer the call to go slower by upping myself care rituals and routines more cups of tea long runs, lighting my favorite candle and honoring my body's need to immerse in nature. Allowing Myself. These small pleasures is my way of putting down busy schedules and putting myself back in the picture self care activities have the ability to rewind the negative effects of a busy stress life. If we are consistent in our approach, ten minutes of yoga stretching every day while have a greater long-term benefit, then a massage and facial once every few months. Opt Out to slow down. You can answer the call to slow down by opting out opt out of potluck dinner with the neighbors opt out that Christmas dress up party you don't WanNa go to but feel enormous pressure to. Opt Out driving your kids to every party or play date, they're invited to you don't have to say, yes to every invite. If you do your schedule will wind up being written by everyone but yourself in the past I've said, yes to things because I feel like I didn't have a choice. The truth is I did have the choice feelings in reality often don't match when it comes to perceptions of what others expect or think of us. They're very few things we do not get to choose. I'm wondering if you are feeling urging call to slow down, is your body mind or soul dropping hints that you need to start paying attention to some of my hints have been a tendency to drink too much wine increasing panic attacks insomnia and a nasty paralyzing anxiety that had me caught an ongoing cycle of seeking perfection and failing.

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Filling the gaps

Dots, Lines & Destinations

09:11 min | 1 year ago

Filling the gaps

"I'm Steven Seagraves. Joined by Seth Miller and Fayza Mood Gentlemen. How are you doing? Well Yeah are you. I'm feeling a little better. Not One hundred percent. But I'm getting there. Just good this. This episode is being recorded solely with your right year. Yes yes so. I have no since of Stereo should we? Should we record him on? Then that's what it feels like the spoiler alert. They're all mono gotta time production and that's where they always end. We should edit this so stevens voice only comes. I left to come out of the right now. The problem is I can't do that. You can do that man. Let's let's think that'd be mean to our listeners. Think it'd be really peel off for sure A. Let's just start off by talking about what we're doing to fill our time. I'm working from home Seth I'm guessing you are as well and I got a call at work call today and so I was like. Oh so you know how you adjusting us in that. You're going to work. I always work from home did I. And I actually don't even go out on a normal day anyways this really has to say it hasn't affected me because it definitely has but on a day-to-day basis. My experience is very very similar. To what normally as I don't go to the gym I was GonNa say how can affect you in your navy reporter. Well right I mean mentally. I'm a disaster but physically. I'm sitting in the same place. I would have been anyways this weekend though normally would be on my way to Hamburg Aircraft Interiors Expo that has postponed slash canceled. I think it will actually cancelled but they admitted that That was supposedly Friday. Actually somewhat pleasantly surprised. I was able to D M American Airlines and British Airways cancelled. The flight was booked on the American and American process. The refund. They. I want me to go. Do it myself And the American process for getting a refund on their website is crap but when I went click the button is. We're sorry you can't cancel this ticket online. Ibm's him back and last night. That took care of it for me and this morning got back in touch with me told me is getting one hundred thirty two euros refunded calls. That make you feel Stephen. That's the opposite experience of united. Yes I mean at this point. I think I'm just going to file a charge. Back in right at the OT complaint wasn't what our friends at the exact same issue five tickets United Future Refunds Fry Open disputes and FAU DOT complaint if they even had chesser columbine. But if I have issues. I do the exact same thing. So here's a question for you guys. Because I believe it or not. In a similar scenario scenario my ticket home from Hamburg was an SAS operated reward issued by united and again. That's flights aren't operating. So they're gonNA is. This is just an award ticket. At worst I pay seventy five dollar redeposit. Fina get my points back. But they've canceled the flights in theory in any other scenario the the points would just get refunded for free. I can obviously issue a charge back for the taxes which were not insignificantly than Europe. But do you think stand a chance of getting my points for free or just assume? I'M GONNA pay the five dollars and have not combined until dollars you'll be able to do without the Without the thing is they're dragging their feet on refund simply because they don't want they want to hold onto the cash right so their latest policy is they will. Your ticket will stay OPEN FOR YEAR. And then they will process a refund for you right. Which assuming they're in business assuming they're in business. I mean I would hope that. If the government doesn't give these airlines a lifeline that part of those stipulations they can play stupid games. This is just ridiculous. I had a a friend asking me. His parents were supposed to go. This pet last Wednesday supposed to be on the united nonstop to Cape Town and then from there to Singapore on Swiss and then home if you or whatever and then back to the states and was asking me you know how to get out of it. Essentially we've been going back and forth like a month trying to help him out on that and Donna Mile. Just wait. Just wait. Just wait as the rules as more and more cancels things will get better for you and he eventually got to the point where they took a voucher because I think the united out athletes still operated even though this we're canceled at that point but he said his his parents. His parents were concerned that the vouchers would be nullified in a bankruptcy. I would be too I. It's a fairly assumption is it? I've thinking back of other airline bankruptcy. I don't remember that being something that they went after as far as assets they haven't but there's nothing asserted that they won't. I mean this might be more dire than anything else. They've had to go through in the past we. We are certainly unprecedented in unprecedented Era The industry. But I feel like I feel like I get I get. Why United's trying to do it. I think that they're doing it in the wrong way. Like you know. If American like American said to us they cancelled your flight. They're going to refund the. There's no reason. United should be like. Oh well we're GONNA keep your money and you're gonNA get a certificate for that case like Eve. In my case I would say my cases the like the extreme in maybe so mine is they delayed thirty two hours and basically making me leave a day early to to make connections. Chicago incidents Thirty two hours. And I like that may be a scenario where it's inconvenient for me. I could see cancelling it and keeping a credit. I don't like it. I think it's wrong but I think cancellation of a flight is more important than than my scenario. You know what I mean like. Think it's more. It's more useful for that person to get a refund in comparison to me so I don't know I just. It's disappointing that united to doing it. This way You know just actually has a flight scheduled for Wednesday that she's supposed to Austin she's not going to take the trip but I mean there's four people on the plane and amazed. I'm amazed Alaskan cancelled. It was actually talking to someone earlier today. Alaska of all the US carriers. Alaska Airlines has reduced. Its schedule. The least yeah which is really strange to me If you WANNA put on your foil hat and go for a fun ride. One of the arguments was. Maybe they want bankruptcy to undo the mess they made with the Virgin America by how might be a little bit extreme. But yeah it's really interesting how little they've adjusted their schedules Compared to obviously the big the biggest airlines Delta American united have cut massive chunks. But a lot of that international and international that Alaska never did anyways but domestic loads crater. Like jetblue is doing whether calling rolling cancellations where a day or two before the flight. If the loads are too low. They're just canceling. The trips. Reminded one hundred one hundred fifty of the eight hundred flights a day. They're doing that too now because they literally I mean. These aren't flights with single. Digit numbers of passengers. And I've pilot friend of mine. They're posted on Instagram of thirteen souls. Onboard for crew was ninety four crew nine passengers. Which is you have to cancel it. I would think a one off whatever maybe not but this is not a one off. This is the new regular. Yeah and like. That's the thing with justice flights. Like if they really wanted to they could cancel her flights and re Booker via Seattle or San Jose City And maybe put more people in planes but from what I've seen is just been masking insulations on her plate where Whitley were full. 'cause it's break here and no one's traveling now so these are all regional flights This is Portland Austin. Non-south is one seventy five thousand guys. No no it's it's not to Airbus seven seven. Three nine on the way back doesn't do anything at the regional contracts. It's it's the hipster expresses usually full. Well you know what's funny? Obsessed mention keep to honor their nose. Looking Newer Capetown is going out empty. Capetown Newark is coming back full. Everybody's evacuating Africa. Yeah it's crazy. Well that would cause I was wondering why they're running that play all the way through the end of the schedule and they cancelled everything else. I started looking at the loads mccaw. That makes more sense. Yeah there's a lot of very symmetrical loads right now Someone was saying the China Southern puts three eighties back on L. A. X. Three times a week now for those you worry that the eighties never fly again. At least for the very short period of time China Southern brought back by apparently the the SCUTTLEBUTT is empty coming into L. A. And full gone out with three Patriots Knees China as well so take with a grain of salt. It was shared by someone who is a Chinese national by suggesting that the Chinese of the United States are fearful especially in Los Angeles area. If you're full of the medical system WANNA get back to China where they think they'll be treated better. I think at this point China's probably the safest China or South Korea Safest PLACES TO BE. Certainly the most skilled incompetent in dealing with the situation. Exactly I I did find it interesting. That Singapore has now banned even transit passengers. I mean that's kind. I mean that's a. That's a new one for me now. There's a lot of countries doing now Part of that is they're they're not allowing entry of non residence and as flights are being canceled and operations are going to how they don't want to get stuck with someone who is now living in the airport

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Enjoy The Extra Day Off! More Bosses Give 4-Day Workweek A Try

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:04 min | 1 year ago

Enjoy The Extra Day Off! More Bosses Give 4-Day Workweek A Try

"Suppose your boss offered you this. A full week's pay working only four days a week on one condition that you get a full week of work done in that compressed amount of time a growing number of companies are doing just that and liking the results so much so the four day week has gone from niche workplace concept to a growing global trend. Npr's Yuki Noguchi reports now even American employers are eyeing at shake shack ran an experiment a year and a half ago managers at some stores would only work four days a week. The Burger chains president. Tara Camman says staff loved it being able to take kids to school. You know a day. A week will one day less of having to pay for daycare for example recruitment spiked one word spread the company recently expanded its trial to a third of its hundred sixty four stores that for shake shack to find time savings elsewhere like using computers to track supplies of ground beef for example. It was a way to increase flexibility. Corporate Environment have had flexible work policies for awhile now. That's not so easy to do in the restaurant. Business working four days a week might sound crazy especially this phones and email reminding us of our jobs twenty four seven but in some places the four day concept is taking off like a viral mean. Many employers aren't just moving to ten hour shifts four days a week as shake shack. They're going to a thirty two hour week without cutting pay last month. A Washington State. Senator introduced a bill to shorten the WORKWEEK Russian. Prime Minister Dmitry. Medvedev did the same. Britain and Finland are considering similar moves. Last summer Microsoft's trial in Japan led to a surprising bump in sales and a decrease in electricity bills. Much of this is thanks to Andrew Barnes from New Zealand. He never intended to become a global evangelist. This was not a journey. I expected to be on. Barnes's CEO of Perpetual Guardian and Estate Planning Company. He used to believe long hours. Were good for business. But he also understood the toll. They took on employees and their families especially on mental health so two years ago he used perpetual Guardian. And it's two hundred forty workers as guinea pigs quarter. This is the people on not productive for every hour. Every minute of the day there in the office. So Barnes cut distractions. The biggest target meetings fewer and shorter meetings saved a huge amount of time. So did curtailing office Chitchat. He monitored social media. You've got rid of open floor offices. All this barn says made it easier to focus deeper on the work. Remarkably employees got more work. Done logging fewer hours sales and profits grew employees commuted less and were happier. The company didn't police. How workers spent their time. But if performance slipped the company could revert back to the full week schedule. Barnes says that alone motivated workers. Perpetual Guardian story went viral and things went haywire for Barnes and frankly I couldn't drink enough coffee to deal with the number of companies that approached us. Demand was so Great Barn. Set up a foundation to promote the four day WORKWEEK. Ironically he's been working a lot of overtime you only get one chance to change the world and it's my responsibilities at least on this one to see if I can influence the world for the better to date. Most of that interest has not come from American companies and indeed. The four day week doesn't work everywhere not only niggles heard from other leaders who say it didn't work for them. She says it fails when employees aren't motivated and where managers don't trust employees. Niggle is co founder and CEO of wild bit a Philadelphia Software Company. That moved to afford a week three years ago. She says it's been a success. We had shipped more features than we had in recent years We felt more productive. Quality of our work increased so then we just kept going with it. Personally she says it gives her time to rest her brain which helps solve complex problems. You can ask my teachers multiple times or somebody's like on Sunday morning. I woke up and I was like I figured it out. It's been about a month since Michael parlow started working a four day week. It was a perk of his new job as a budget analyst in Westminster Colorado. He works ten hours Monday through Thursday or as he puts it until the job is done. He says he much prefers the new way. Because it is about like getting your work done more so than feeding the clock that freeze Fridays up for life many delightful tours like talking to an NPR reporter or visits to the DMV for instance. Today we're going to go and get our license plates but that also frees up the weekends for you know the weekend Gucci and Pr News Washington.

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"I just want time to stop for a week so I can catch up and start fresh!"

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"I just want time to stop for a week so I can catch up and start fresh!"

"Listening to rights in that. She is a mother of two ages. Three and a half and six months ago has a new baby and went back to work after her second child at eighty percent so that was four days a a week however she says my job responsibilities did not drop by twenty percents. It was only the time in which to do them that dropped. I use my day off every week week to run around like a crazy person and take care of Appointments Laundry General House cleanup meal prep errands etc.. Both boys are in day. Careful time which is located right next door to our house. She says she is Works in healthcare. She's a genetic counselor does research while of this means that there are few hard deadlines in her field and thus as far her boss has been content with things just taking longer. She had voted the idea of extra help when a colleague left a few years ago but not happen so while she says her boss is is fine with her level of productivity. She finds that she has increasingly behind on everything work due to the lack of time home life due to bringing work home to make up for the lack of time I met her job. She has a two hour commute meaning hour each way And try it's still pumping so she's trying to fit in two to three pump sessions per day while at work. She says she also runs at least three or four days a week very early in the morning in order to save her sanity but sometimes questions if the lack of sleep is worth it she says I can think of some changes to put in place to streamline things moving moving forward but no a number of small tweaks will help me dig out of my current whole what I really want is for the world to stand still for a week so that I can get a whole bunch of stuff done and then start fresh given that this is unlikely to happen. Do you guys have suggestions for how to play catch up. I love how she puts that 'cause I feel like I've had that exact. I want everybody else several occasions. I mean it's just it's actually fun concept to dream about. I think because the subject of many novel in fact. I think that's true. Well yeah that's like a big MIRA commies. He's all about the clean slate where no one has anything to do. Find yourself in a cabin in a beautiful woodland setting in northern Japan But Yeah No. It's true I I mean it's such a nice idea. Yeah and yet. We had a couple of thoughts for our listener. I'm sure lots of people listening to this. Have thoughts as well and we welcome you writing in with your ideas. Hope you'll post them on my blog on our instagram account. When when this episode runs because I think this is a situation in a lot of us have found ourselves in and I think people have a lot of great ideas for her? My first you know. Get on my soapbox here which people probably know what's coming the hazard of going to eighty percent. You know I totally see the appeal in her case of the four day week because she has such a long commute like this is one of the situations where slightly makes more sense than than others where people are like Oh your workload will be reduced somehow magically but you still need to come in every day in her case she is actually going to afford a week so it's more like it's an eighty percents schedule but as she said you know if there's no corresponding drop in workload. She's just working fulltime and not getting paid for right and it's possible that she's doing it in thirty two hours a week. It's also possible that she is getting most of this time on her day off on the weekends so that she's working closer closer to forty anyway and if that's the case that that's a little bit more troublesome the fact that she says she's using her day off to run errands and things like what is this is this is also one of the things that bothers me because it clearly she's doing genetic research. She has a lot of specialized training. I'm not sure what the economic omic efficiency is here of having somebody who has that specialized high end role in the labor market. Doing this stuff that is unpaid labor with her her day off of. I'm not sure that that was a great trade off so you know what can she do. One option is to try and convince her boss that she's working full-time so let's is pay her for full-time she could keep time log to show this of the hour. She's working at nights weekends in her day off or she could just go in and ask to sub a work from home day for her day off so that she is in fact working five days. It's just one day from home Not Go in and say two days off. I don't know if she has equipment she has to be using but it's up some of it is more spreadsheets or computer based or whatever. Maybe you'd hunt though this person may actually be doing patient care on. Yeah Yeah because she's doing research that she says she worked home so clearly. You're right you're right even if she has some clinical role should probably doesn't need to. I have facetime with patients every day yet. Probably young only one day per week probably more when that's not the case so it sounds like it might might be possible to do the email and the research component of it running models or whatever on that day at home or something. Thanks so and that doesn't change her workload again like she still has the workload but I think she'd feel a lot better about if she's getting paid one hundred percent versus eighty percent right. I mean that does make lunch shore. It'd probably would allow her to to not be so behind and she would be less stress. Yes

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American Airlines Suspends All Chinese Flights After Coronavirus Threat Level Increased

Houston's Morning News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines Suspends All Chinese Flights After Coronavirus Threat Level Increased

"Eight union representing American Airlines pilots suing the forward based carrier to stop flights into China that's because the core of a corona virus threat hi Liz being told refused to take those flights the union says crew members have to be on the ground thirty two hours in China any calls at level arrests unacceptable Americans only agreed to suspend to route so from LA to mainland China so far they're also nonstop schedule from Dallas and

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There are three possible outcomes of the UK general election

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

There are three possible outcomes of the UK general election

"Voters in the UK or making a big choice in Thursday's election conservative Prime Minister Boris Charleston is looking for a mandate to get brexit done as he puts it at all costs. Opposition Labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn says they will take back back over utilities and industries that have been privatized and put in place a thirty two hour work week if they gain power. Major third parties include the Anti Anti Brexit Liberal Democrats the pro brexit Brexit Party and the Scottish National Party among

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The Secret to Rest and Why It'll Make Your Business Better

The Goal Digger Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

The Secret to Rest and Why It'll Make Your Business Better

"I saw funny mean the other day when it's remember the old days when we would say brb when we left the Internet well well now. We never leave. We live here and it's Kinda true. Isn't it sad truth for many of us is that we're probably leaning more towards feeling stressed arrest anxious about being disconnected instead of fueling freedom when we think about the idea taking a day off being completely disconnected from work even email all is a strange concept for so much of the American workforce four out of ten workers in America report working longer than fifty hours a week in the world's largest just economies the next workers with the longest hours include Australia who citizens average in thirty two hours a week and Sweden and Switzerland whose workers each clock about thirty one hours a week of work in comparison we work longer than all of them and it seems we only want to continue that trend plus workers in the US get about fifteen days of PTO or personal time off on average and take about fourteen of those each year European countries they give their employees twenty eight days of Pto and while they don't always use all of them. It's astounding to see the difference in how important our country considers time off while you might be an entrepreneur or have an unorthodox work life with flexibility in different work hour standards. I bet you can still relate to the fact that you work more than the average human and you seldom if ever fully disconnect I definitely say it's more difficult sometimes to turn it off as an entrepreneur especially especially one that works from home. I mean work is always accessible. There are so many avenues in ways people are reaching out in needing you your computers just taunting you to open and you can get sucked into work mode in a matter of seconds. There's often no office. Leave at the end of the day and so works makes its way into your every day and night moments. This drives of Your Business Riding on your back at all times is enough to keep you connected twenty four seven in case of fire to put out a new lead to pursue now. I totally totally get it. There were about five years that I feel like. I didn't take a single day off of work because I figured I needed to be hustling all the time so that I could be more successful in create a better future for myself and I just kept pushing through. I mean I would bring my computer with me everywhere. In case something popped up. I even slept with it on my nightstand with my phone right next to it in case. I remembered I needed to do something. In the middle of the night talk about lacking boundaries foundries I was a slave to my business and while I was seeing growth in experiencing forward motion I was losing touch with sanity. You know just a little bit. I mean I had never struggled with anxiety until I was an entrepreneur and I remember this season where I had thirty weddings in our family cabin weekend we had rented rented this airbnb in the woods and it was a rare occurrence for us to all be together at the time and I remember bringing my computer because I had so much work to get done we got the cabin and there wasn't why and I straight up panicked like I add almost a full blown panic attack and I remember just breaking down and crying and and it was then that I realized that I had to change something I was so stressed and anxious and I build a business that my life revolved around incentive building a business at support support my life. I was in that season of anxiety and exhaustion when I finally made a huge change and I sat in withdrew and decided that I would book half of the worked for the following year I would literally cut my six figure income in half in order to claim back my time insanity and that was where the change really started to happen so all. I want you to know that regardless of where you're today you can change and I hope that after today's episode you're feeling like you can disconnect and trust the in built a business. That won't crumble while you rest. There's just no way for us to always be on all the time you can't and shouldn't expect yourself to be connected to work and even social oh media all day every day and still maintain your physical mental and emotional health. It is simply not possible. I know because I've been there. The thought of taking a day off let alone on an extended period of time was anxiety inducing to me once upon a time and now this episode is airing after three week long trip with my family where I was minimally minimally connected to work so I improved that change is not just possible but necessary. If you want longevity as an entrepreneur now I intentionally plan time every record to be completely off of work to travel be with family explore my interest in reconnect with my purpose and it didn't happen overnight. I'm not advocating that a month off is the right or sustainable move for everyone or a starting place. If you're just starting to contemplate taking a day off but as humans we do need time away from technology and demands hands and comparisons in emergencies and all the other stuff that comes up with being constantly connected to the Internet. We need space to breathe to spend time with loved ones to unplug and there's science to back this innate need up studies show that a positive mental break can actually easier stress alleviate anxiety. Heidi enhance productivity and creativity boost your energy and even improve your immune system. Isn't that

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Dishonor the memory of a great American patriot. Like Senator McCain, also important, I'd never disrespect. Young women the crew that ship, that's basically, the whole thing somebody in the office did go ahead and try to make this directive happen. It's a complicated issue. I don't really think the president ordered this, honestly, don't think the president even knew that the USS John McCain was stationed there, even know, or care that it was there. He's there to Memorial Day event at talk to servicemembers. It seems like it was somebody in the office. Trying to get ahead of the president's ir. I agree with you completely on that. I also to the point where they said that they dismissed several hundred sailors off the ship because the navy hats that they're assigned to wear. Have John McCain's name blazed on that they were just gone for the long weekend. I don't think that there was actually a nefarious thought about this from Trump, I grew you. I don't think he even comprehended that the ship was there. But it just Stokes this whole political controversy. Everybody knows the fight that the president and John McCain had, and it just amplifies their I feel really bad for Meghan. Mccain. Because this whole controversy pops up again, she was on the view on her show, and she said that the president is a child and all this stuff, it's just tough to square way. This is Megan McCain reacted. It's impossible to go through the grief process when my father who's been dead ten months is constantly in the news cycle, because the president is so obsessed with the fact that he's never going to be a great man. Like he was the story could have easily died on Wednesday. President Trump had just said, you know what I have no idea. We'll look into it. If this is true, there's gonna be consequences and killed it. But he had to twist the knife. I'm assuming the find out who the person was it sent the original Email, and they'll get a strong reprimand just for making a controversy at nothing rain. Thanks for joining us. A small preview of what we can expect us twenty twenty starts coming our way, bake videos, and what big tech companies do to respond to them last week. There was a video circulated of Nancy Pelosi slurring her words, she sounded drunk that checker soon deem that video fake, but it took Facebook thirty two hours to address the issue and didn't even remove that video. Sarah, Fisher media reported axios joins us to detail. What was in that video when you listen to this speech when it's not doctored. It sounds speaker since perfectly normal. But what happened was somebody took the video, and they slowed, it down by roughly seventy five percent. And then what they did is they increase the pitch of the speakers voice, so that even though it was down the pitch match pitch a regular person watching the video. It seemed like he was really out of it or drunk. Well, what happened was this video starts to go viral, you have promised figures like Rudy Giuliani who are retweeting video you have. It's spreading all over big pop like Facebook and Twitter. And so, the existential crisis is, if you're one of those tech companies do you remove the video, because it's fake news? Or do you leave it up, because it's not terroristic not violent content doesn't violate your policies, but you take action in a different way. Maybe you say, hey, we're no longer going to let people retweeted. Let people share it, and that's the route that Facebook tip, but it's not the route that YouTube YouTube said, absolutely not. It's coming down, basically Jiang up. So you're starting to see this tug of war between tech companies of what to do over political misinformation ahead of twenty twenty elections. Right. And we've been talking about this for a long time now this whole notion of deep fakes. And while this wasn't necessarily that where they make. Completely different video or make a person, say something in a video. This is just super simple. Slowdown, the audio raise the pitches, he said and boom instantly, you know, a lot of people might think it's funny in and start spreading it that way. But that's how things get rolling an internet speeds. I mean this stuff gets viewed by millions and millions of people Facebook has this hands off approach to this whole thing policing content on their site. They use third party fact, checkers instead of their in house people, and that was part of the problem. Why took so long to address this particular video. I was about thirty two hours later. They decided to devote the video rather than take it down. But it took that much time for a fact checkers to actually check factors used to work with their own scientists their own to ensure that they do in fact, have fake or misleading information on their hands. And so once they establish that, that's when they were able to make the judgment call that Facebook would be to devote the video. So it's a long tedious process. And I think the big question is do we have the time? If there's a viral video that's causing the day before the polls, open is not going to be fast enough. And so, I think they spoke in a lot of tech platforms are trying to wrestle with what they do the puts them in a in a really tough spot, because, you know, you wanna be on the right side of things you don't want to take down a video, and then cause a whole controversy later. But as you said, I mean, it's the speed is, is the important thing if it's out there for a few hours, it's going to get picked up and copied and recent. And that's exactly what's happening with this video in particular also, there was a bunch of copycats that went out the lesson learned here is that you have to move, and you have to move quickly, and I think that if your Facebook in your policy is look don't necessarily take down. But we've them so that they are not spreading fast if that's gonna be your policy, you better, try to demotes that as early as possible. Because what you're going to end up with his video that goes viral. And by the time you demoted. Everyone's already seen it. This could go all over the place. This time it was just a video of Nancy Pelosi making her sound drunk. But this. Could also very will be the president that they put words in his mouth or slow him down. Make him sound like he's impaired. We know how the new cycles work, all of a sudden, then one of the news channels are doing segments on whether this certain politico is, is impaired or whether they should continue serving, you know, they sound drunk, you know, how crazy are they it just takes moments for that stuff to really happen? Critics Facebook saying that they need to be more proactive about it and delegating it to these third party. Fact, checkers isn't the right way. But if these fact checking organizations already working on this, maybe that makes them the best people to flag this stuff at least a hard one because state could make judgment calls in house, if they hired at Terrell experts, but they don't want to, they don't want to be in the news business. They don't wanna provide discretion over content, especially of this nature. So they would rather outsource it to third party fact checking sites, and the problem with doing that, though, is that those third party sites don't have the resources that Facebook does. And so the reason it took them thirty two hours to be able to assess this video and. Determine whether or not it truly was doctored is because they don't have twenty five thousand employees globally with thousands of engineers, who can help them get through this in a matter of minutes. So it's a really fine dance in one end Facebook does dodge responsibility by outsourcing editorial decisions. But on the other hand are outsourcing the people that don't have the resources to move quickly, which of course, makes the problem even worse. There was a Facebook Representative that didn't interview with Anderson Cooper, and for their part, they did say exactly what you said, we're not in the news business. We're in the social media business. But we've seen all the studies and the surveys, most people do get a lot of their news from Facebook and other social media, so their role in this is really amplified. Are we going to be seeing a lot more of this leading up into the next election? Always misinformation when it comes to people that are trying to gain or wheel power, and you seen this. Depress, but the difference here is that it's becoming easier to manipulate the information flow because we have social media because we have automation and because so many people have smartphones rely on the smartphone for news. So I definitely would expect for this to ramp up ahead of twenty twenty and I think the big thing to look for ways that big tech platforms either change their policies or adapter practices to handle it or quite frankly. That they don't. And we might see that the problem just gets even worse. Yeah. I mean, it's tough for the tech platforms for sure, but it's just so much tougher as a consumer as somebody who's going to be reading the news. And you see something like this. What do you believe now? And it's everybody needs to do their part. And even the consumer needs to do their part and do their due diligence to not just believe everything that you see, on the internet, but it's getting tougher and tougher, Sarah, Fisher media reporter at axios. Thank you very much for joining us..

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Again, you you choose you choose. I've always said you can't really choose. How you've maybe I'm mistaken on this. But I've worked I worked tried trading. Traders for years, and one of the things I I tried initially was I said, well, if you've if you feel away about something just changed the way you feel but I think sometimes if we're hurt were hurt. And sometimes if we're scared we're scared, but the nice thing is is that although we may not be too may not always be able to choose how we feel. We always get to choose what we do. So regardless of how we might feel about some. In the fear, or anger or intimidation? We might have we get to choose how we react to that fear, and you chose to embrace the positivity in that even though the fear was no down there. The you chose to think positively and act positively and to view the world, I always say through a we all view the world through a prism. And so you chose view it through a prism of positivity in pot where there was a positive outlook. And where your destination was someplace you wanted to be rather than burying yourself in the pain, and in this fear of this very life threatening disease. Where does it what does that? What does it come from like do? You intend is is it learned over time. Is that something you're just born with where does that sense of optimism come from? I think part of it is what you're born. With part of it is how I was raised. Like, I said, I wasn't raised with fear failure or anything. But I think also a big part of it is the fact that I'm curious, and I didn't know how I was not supposed to be anxious. And how was to be? And I literally went through that year. I still do sometimes trying to prove God wrong that there are times in life or being anxious is helpful. And I honestly have not been able to come up with one because even with work that you did in the military were really life and death situations does anxiety ever help a situation. Never. And I kind of I I put something out on social media about this a few weeks ago. And I just said that. Two opposing thoughts. Like, gratitude innings -iety cannot coexist in your brain. And I had a few people two of them. I think we're doctors or psychologists respond back and just say respectfully, disagree that that you can have two opposing thoughts coexist in your brain. And I thought okay. So once again, I'm curious about this. I've done some reading on it. I have not found anything that says two opposing thoughts like that can coexist in your brain. And what I feel is when I am in an an anxious situation like a few weeks ago. Our oldest my oldest stepson was we lost track of them for thirty two hours in the fires. And I was a wreck. And I was putting telling myself, you know, don't go there be anxious for nothing and grateful for K. You've got to be grateful for the fact that there are first responders you've got to be grateful and faithful that he's fine. He just we can't have communication with him. Because of the phone lines are down, you've got just fledge your mind with that..

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DA Rosen exploring legal options after Reuben Fosters latest arrest

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

04:09 min | 2 years ago

DA Rosen exploring legal options after Reuben Fosters latest arrest

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. DA Roseanne exploring legal options after Ruben Foster's latest arrest. Santa Clara county district attorney Jeff Rosen said he has exploring the legal options after former forty Niners linebacker Ruben foster who is on probation for a gun charge in the bay area. Was again booked in jail over the weekend. This time in Tampa Florida on suspicion of domestic violence. Rosen released a statement on Monday morning one day after the forty Niners released foster twenty four following his Saturday arrest at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay on suspicion of one count of first degree misdemeanor domestic violence battery. We are sad though, not surprised and exploring the legal options Rosen said in the statement the cycle of domestic violence. It's frightening and frighteningly powerful every day. This office faces the challenges of keeping survivors safe and holding domestic violence, abusers criminally accountable foster who is out of jail after posting two thousand dollars is accused of. Attacking his on again off again girlfriend. Eliza NS Twenty-eight during an argument in their hotel room. Tampa police on Monday received a nine one one call of the incident. My ex-boyfriend took my phone and broke it and slap me in my face. The woman in the recording later identified as NS told the dispatcher the operator asked NS if foster was still at the hotel, and she answered that he had gone downstairs and has said she did not need paramedics for her injuries. And is is in Foster's tumultuous relationship has been marked by calls to police and legal trouble. Prosecutors charged foster with domestic violence after Anna's told police he attacked her at his Los Gatos home in February and is though later recanted her statements when prosecutors filed charges the district attorney's office, though, still preceded with the case setting up a dramatic courtroom confrontation during a preliminary hearing inmate and has testified that she made up the attack after foster broke off their relationship, prompting Santa Clara county Superior Court Judge to dismiss. The charges as we said when the judge dismissed the case against Mr. foster our commitment to domestic violence survivors is unwavering Rosen said Monday foster later, pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor. Weapons charge. For an illegal rifle. Officers found on the floor of his bathroom and was sentenced to two hundred thirty two hours of community service and two years probation in July the NFL suspended foster for the first two games of the season. Following the plea team general manager John Lynch at the time said the forty Niners will continue to work with him on making better decisions and eliminating unnecessary distractions, but then in October officers in Santa Clara responded to a domestic disturbance incident between the couple after a neighbor called police. Investigators took pictures of the scene, but found no evidence of a physical violence and left without making an arrest. Officials said a forty Niner spokesman said Sunday the team was unaware of the October incident. The district attorney's office now has a number of options. Including refiling criminal charges against foster related to the February domestic violence arrest. Filing a motion to revoke his probation or both the whole idea was he was supposed to obey the law and stay out of trouble. And even a new case in another state can qualify as a probation violation said legal analysts you've Clark a former Santa Clara county prosecutor who now works as a private defense attorney. But recharging the case from February will likely bring a multitude of challenges for prosecutors specifically related to Anna says credibility, her prior statements would be admissible and unless she had a very credible excuse as to why those statements were not true. I think it's going to be a difficult case for the district. Attorney Clark said San Francisco Chronicle staff writer, Megan Cassidy contributed to this report. Evans Sarnoff he is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer, Email eastern off ski at SF chronicle dot com. Twitter at Evans, sir. Noffke?

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Local auto racing tonight. And now we got in in studio out a beaver creek. He is Michael surgical. And he is going to be part of a group that's headed off to the NHRA summit national championship next weekend in California at the auto club, NHRA finals, Michael welcome. Thank you. Thanks for having me on invite me out. No problem at all. Now. Let's let's go through this. You're going to be part of the summit racing equipment racing series. The north central division first off. How did you get started in in in racing? It all started when I was seven when I started racing going further back than that, my grandpa and his brother race back in the seventies. Shortly after that, my dad started racing in the eighty s and then I started when I was seven which would have been ninety six nineteen Ninety-six. So I grew up in that it's in my blood. Grandpa owned a bunch of junkyards growing up. So that's that's your car together. Here you are. How about that? How about that? Go ahead his dad at least race together. And then I've known Mikey since he was born in you know, so it's a family tradition. It goes way back you'll just all of us hanging around together. Now, tell us about this summit racing equipment race the racing series. You're the country is divided up within a division. Gerry? The door central division. Now, you got you're going out there the north central going out as a group, but you're also racing individually. Correct. Correct. You're gonna race against the northeast the south the south west and all that and then conglomerate and also individual tells a little bit about that. Correct. So there seven divisions that's broke up across the United States on their story of scratch that four different classes, super pro pro sportsman bike. So the winner of each one of those divisions. All go to Pomona and their race against each other so division one through seven all has their team of winners from third division finals winners, and we all go out there and get to compete for a world championship our national title. Now, you're in the super pro super pro ration, correct? So your your your run a like a like a is it like a what would be like a smaller version of a top fuel dragster? Correct. We don't always utilize blowers or nitromethane like my engine is a six hundred cubic inch big block Chevy carbureted. We roll on alcohol versus like the top fuel cars were they're limited to five hundred cubic inches with the blower, and then they run ninety seven percent nitromethane. So we're just a scaled down with different fuel Yasser run automatic. Right. We all say drive his car. Really DOE kidding? It's a two speed automatic power glide. So just got lower. Ogier in high gear, we don't even honestly shift on we have a you're not going anywhere. Then Michael I I'm gonna ride that I'm going to bring the car to Middletown tomorrow. I'm driving down here. What what's the gas mileage on that bad? Boy, it might get about five gallons per mile. That might be a problem. You could be a very big problem. But downhill maybe from from Tyler's Ville road on. So maybe I might get a chance might need a tow vehicle. Now, you what was the biggest win? You you brought a couple of Wally share, your you got a got an individual wanted to champion was was the biggest window took place at Indianapolis and win in my opinion. The win in Indy for the division finals is the biggest win. It's the most prestige to me. It means the most it's not the biggest pay day. I've had this year. Right. But it meant more than any of the others. Now, you're gonna now now Brian Hendrickson is in a sportsman classes out of Hamilton. And then Jeremy Hicks is out a Willard, Ohio. So this this area is going to be well represented come the auto club finals in about a week or so correct Brian's a great guy. Good solid driver. Same thing with Jeremy. From up north around Cleveland. He's really good on a bike solid drivers. Well writer in his case, we're actually all traveling out together just to make it more feasible for all of us to be able to go and afford it since it is a thirty two hour drive out there now that's true. You're right. That would that would be a long time. We don't take a train, but you probably get their buy in about two weeks later. We would already have been on the train to probably say so the north central division and of the summit racing equipment racing series in the NHRA. How many how many cars and guys are going to be from this north central division? That's going to the finals only four four guys cars race in the division. Sorry. Five five. That's it. Yes. There's going to be sincere seven divisions each division gets a chance to have like a blocker per se division three this year. There's going to be two bikes that actually go one of them is from the race. Champions the other ones the event champion. So they'll be four five five four or five guys from each region. You will be going out there. You'll be running for the division championship the national championship. Right. And then individual national champion, or is it the same thing. We're mostly going out there for ourselves to raise for the world title going out, representing our division. So it's you know, we tried to go out there. And and so collectively you guys could win the national championship for the division and beat everybody in the country. If we all went out there and one everything then that just shows that the division three guys are not what do, you know about other the other divisions around the country. Are you just kind of go out there and say, let's just let's just start put it onto starting line. Get the tree going and see what happens. There's a podcast a couple of your really good racers put on and Lupo GAC. He's one of the guys that there is. And he's basically said that this is probably going to be the toughest year to go out and win a national championship because of the high caliber racers that he knows or going out there to raise for an end naturally. I guess is it a deal where like in the in this division where you guys? Are now some of these guys might be elevated to the to the to the pro level. There are you're hoping for that or not I think it's all of our dream to be able to race for a living in the nitro classes. Yeah. Right. Doc or any of it just to do what you love for a living. But I don't know or think that anything going out there, and winning will actually get you to that level. It might get you noticed and get you some help right financially or with parts or something of that sort. But I don't I don't expect. If I would go out there to win it to be racing for living automatically get like a pro stock ride. Somebody say, hey next year. You never know. That's very true. However, his crew chief is Conley. So with Kali is an ex pro stock driver he has drove their second team core from here and there so right funding could be there for him as well, though. So what do you think your chances are? I mean what I mean, you know with with with with this. I mean, you you're gonna come back, and is there going to be a gigantic Wally out here. And you're going to get a nice jacket and all that stuff for what I always try not to be like two giddy about saying that I'm going to go out there and win. But I also. Go to all these races that I've been at in. No when I show up that I have a chance to do. Well, and I have a chance to win because I have good quick. You know, if Mike Whitman's good, it takes less pressure off me. So I can focus to do my duties. So you know, you got a fast car, it's always consistent. And that's the big thing about what you guys do drag racing. It's getting that whole shut off the line. No, no, no, red light. You just go out there. And and because it fast in it'll usually take care of yourself you. But the problem is everybody in this group is consistently fast because consistently good. Yeah. Everybody nowadays the equipment is so good. And it's so available for everybody to buy in. It's not much more expensive than buying the stuff. That's lower quality that everybody has gone to the good equipment stuff. Right. So everybody's basically on a level playing field for the most part. So there's a young man like in junior dragster ranks. Listening to you right now, what would be advice to him or horror to like say, hey, I want to get to your level. And maybe even go farther. What what were you gotta you gotta you. Gotta quick advice for for the youngsters out there that might be listening to this. The biggest thing I always preach to anybody that asks questions about stuff is seat time. The more time you sit in the car you strap in you see the Christmas tree you drive the finish line. The more times that you see that the more natural. It becomes to do that that tell a story about real quick tells the story about how you practice a junior dragster that was a riot. Oh being younger when we were building the junior and before I was old enough to make it to the racetrack. We would just pull it out in the driveway and do a whole shots right there in the driveway. You must have been the most popular dude neighborhood man, loved kids loved it. I was gonna say it'd be little there'd be cops stopped across the street at the stop sign, and they'd sit there, and they just watch. All right now, you're you're driving up the main road at beaver creek. He had a red light you're sitting there, and it's like the test out sometimes the low reaction time when when it boom when it hits green. There are times that we're at a red light. And I'll be bumping in like stage in at the racetrack. And the light turns. Nice. That's my man. He goes wide open. That's on all the time say, he's not all good, man. Good, man. Well, you know, what usually one year on this show? You win the next race. So we expect you we don't want to put any pressure on you. We don't wanna put any pressure on Mr. Hendrickson out of Hamilton nor Jeremy Hicks out a Willard, but good luck. And if you win you're coming back sounds like a good plan to marry so that that should give you that. Extra umph go out there and win it. Yeah. You know? It's all we need bring that giant Wally back. Sounds like a good plan. All right. Michael good to see you. Nice to meet you Dennis. Thank you next week. It is eight thirty and the Sunday supplement after the news is next and then Willie right here on seven hundred wwl w in Cincinnati. Traffic and weather. News Radio seven hundred w ELL Cincinnati..

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How to Work Fairly

The Nightly Rant

01:46 min | 2 years ago

How to Work Fairly

"Welcome to the nightly rant. I'm Mike and I'm toria. This is the show where we talk about the awful things that have happened in our day, the awesome things that have happened in our day and all the things in between. Thanks for listening and we truly hope you enjoy. So today was. How to put it busy. I don't know. Busy is a strong enough word anymore. Since busy is our usual state of being and today was just more hectic. Yeah. I made an appearance on the bitter truth with Abe. Did you was it. Fun. We had a blast. He had a whole agenda that he wanted to go through. We didn't go through his. I here this coming back on our show next week as he will be on our show sin, you have to negotiate his agent has to contact mine agent. Nitrogen has to contact is agent, and then both of their agents has to contact your agent. And then when all three agents agree, then he'll be on our show, so he'll never be able to be on the show because I want to much money. Sorry, you wanted to much money as nothing to do with anything else. I'm never going to agree because y'all aren't paying enough. We pay you more than enough. Now you get to eat. It's good enough. What exactly do you contribute on? Why don't we talk about that for a second? What exactly do you contribute? He's trying to start a fight guys. He's trying to make me punch him in the kneecap. Again, you don't contribute though. You're even now I give you something to us to contribute and you veer back towards not contributing wise that how am I not contributing giant cock sucking asshole. That's better. Now you're engaging. Now, what are you trying to piss me off? Yes. Why? Because I want you to get a little Ranchi and go on a round. I've A read red Bobby. Bobby, but I don't want to rent a what's the topic tonight? Tell the people what we're going to talk about. So I would like to know why why people holy shit. Oh, do you? Can you think your giant face away from me right now? Why people from other countries think it's okay to tell you, they're going to charge you a lower rate for work, and then they just charge you like fifteen times the number of normal hours and end up making like twice the normal rate. We just did. We just did a little study here on what a person did for somebody that she knows. And she asked me what what I charge and list. I said an hour. My initial reaction was an hour on, here's why, because I think that you could actually do that in less than an hour, but then I opted to two hours because you know, there's always glitches like your computer reboots ones not supposed to or the internet is down at cetera. So you've got you. You have to account for that. It might take you longer. Right? So to ours was what I said. And if I were to charge sixty five dollars an hour. Our it would be one hundred and thirty dollars that I would be charging that person. And that's a pretty hefty rate. That's like a senior level rate sixty five dollars an hour. Dares came up to like two hundred and forty five at their measly like five dollar an hour rate because they well, it was the five dollars an hour. They charged him sixteen and a half hours for the same work eight times that yeah, so they were eight dollars an hour. Fifteen members, McKinney sense came two hundred and forty. Seven. That doesn't make any sense it's it does. No, it doesn't because that would only be four times as much, but they charged eight times as much. Fifteen dollars an hour. I'm sixty and a half hours. And if minus two hours than I would be eight times as much which doesn't add up to that. But you're really only four times as much he charged eight times as many hours. No, he charged four times as many hours charged. I don't. You're breaking my head. This is what the math says. Okay, don't argue with the man, the master all know what you're not calculating this correctly. So how many hours the charge sixteen and a half. Okay. Hold on. Hold on. Just told you hold on sixteen and listening sixteen and a half. No, I'm listening. I'm just confirming and I said to all right, and then year claiming that his rate is fifteen. Okay. And then I'm saying. My rate. Sixty five. Experts post pace, how spirit out. Okay. So that equals. Two hundred forty seven fifty. Two. Thirty. So this is what doesn't exist. How can I have charged. About half of what he charged yet. He had eight times the number of hours because your rate is four times what his right is. So you subtract that part out God. That's what I was missing. Math was messed up. I said, so I'm used my side of the math thousand minutes. I mean, I'm pretty sure this person crapped his pants at this guy been charging sixty five dollars an hour. Yeah, because that's. That's what I thought you were going to say to me. Well, what's interesting, what's interesting is there have been other projects, and this just seems to be the amount of time this person bills for this work. Was just really alarming. Yeah, would have been like eleven hundred dollars. Yep, which would be a nice pay day for someone like us. But anyway, it leads me to the Levy on the same path as these people like you get quotes from them sometimes and they're, they're quoting this like. Unreasonable number of hours like they're quoting you thousand hours for something you would. You know, it would take you a hundred, which means it would take a normal person, four hundred and they're quoting you thousand hours for it. Just like why? What? If you need? If you're charging me five dollars an hour, you're quitting thousand hours because you need. Normally take if it normally would've taken two hundred hours and you're charging thousand hours charging five times as much. Why didn't you just charge twenty five dollars an hour. You're still going to be cheaper than most people, but your your numbers that you give will be more reasonable yet you'll still be getting money you wanted to make and I am spending what I want to spend. Right. But that's why I insisted like this. Most recent one I insisted on flat fee bid because I don't wanna play with. Oh, it's another ex hours or you pay me this much extra asked for all three. You ask for the flat free rate and you ask for an estimate of how many hours it would take, and then you ask for what their hourly rate would be for anything out of scope. Therefore, technically asking them what their outrage. I forced them to tell me there then trick them into that when you think about it. Because if you're going to tell me that your hourly rate is ten dollars an hour, right? Right. But you're going to also tell me that the estimate is, let's say ten thousand dollars, but the number of hours at your estimating is five hundred hours while you're actually charging me twenty dollars an hour for the development part of the project, not ten dollars. So you know, it tells me a lot about what you're up to and what I can expect later. We'll because if they're screwing you at that point, then you know they're likely to. Screw with you later. But if they're charging you like if they're charging you like ten dollars an hour for the development time and fifteen dollars an hour for the scope you respect that is it's not planned for you understand. It's like when I packaged my hours well, or like the guy today, like the guy that like the guy today said. Would you if I had a longer term bigger project, would you would you be negotiable on your rates? We'll of course gonna be negotiable in my rape, right? Because I would rather get paid. I don't know, twenty percent less but be working. Have consistency. One hundred and eighty hours a month right? Three hundred dollars a month, whatever the hell works out to. But you know what I'm saying? Having that guaranteed income is worth more than trying to squeeze the rate. The rate is more for all. You only need me for four hours. This is my rate. I saw somebody in one of the groups the other day they were asking about how if their pricing seemed fair, and there they were charging like they doing like packages of hours. Okay. Okay. So they had one that was like forty hours for a month, which is perfect for like, most people would tell you hours a week, okay, whatever. And then so they're their rate for that. Let's just say it was four hundred to make an nice Easter number and then there if you go over your number of hours, hourly rate was higher, and I think that's totally fair because if they're under the number of hours, you're still getting your four hundred dollars. It's just if they go over and require more additional time. It's taking away from potential your other clients, and that's exactly it because with the package deal, you can say to yourself. This is how many man hours I can cover. I just got forty from this person right now. I can only cover that minus forty eventually get to the point where it's at or close to zero, right? We'll when they go over the when they go under the forty that doesn't affect your lay out here because you just have more time to work on other projects, right? But when they go over it, you gotta charge the more than the package deal because they didn't buy it as a package deal was under, like his family time is running away from other word. But what some places will do is if you charged like in that example, four hundred dollars for forty hours. Dell offer another ten hours for one hundred dollars, right? So they'll still allow you to get the ten dollar an hour rate, but you've got to buy a block hours and that's where the trick is. If they want only one hour if they only go forty one hours instead of forty, big new, make them by a block of ten. You just made ninety dollars on that deal with. Interesting about most of these people who do the packages. Say our thirty day packages. As in you get those forty hours for thirty days and if you don't use them, you use them. Yeah, right. Rollover hook, my guess is that the successful ones. Somehow factor in of well, couple months in a row. They used five hours less. So there's an extra ten hours. So this month they went over by two. I'm not charging them for that. I would think that that's what I would do. Like for example, if I was getting a forty hour package from somebody Meles thirty two hours this month, and then they used forty two hours the next month. They wouldn't be being built for the wound guess what guess what used me? Think of something, you know, we have our vital factor meeting coming up soon. And if you think about it, if you were to do a business line, that was all packages. That's what you'd data exactly what you would be doing is tracking the dollars that you made more and how much tiny put in. Because if if you were selling just to keep it in even number again, two hundred hours a month. Well. At your normal hourly rate. That might be four thousand dollars, right. Okay. You might only make. Three thousand dollars because you sold in packages, but you also might only work. One hundred twenty hours right with that three thousand dollars. So yeah, while you're on the hook for more hours, you hardly ever have to work that many hours. So you're you're earning in long run, you're actually earning more for our yes packages after work out that way. Because because I feel like when you end up with a client that makes you track your time diligently and I'll just gets to most people are going to be honest, and they're not going to make as much money because they're going to be honest. But then if it's the package thing, you just need to make sure you're giving them the value that they're looking for and they're happy right. If it takes you forty hours takes forty if it takes you ten then great for you as long as you're giving them the value they're looking for. Right. That's exactly true, nuts. And that's values the key, right? And really the way you get people to sign. On with the first being different differentiation don't be don't do what everybody else does. Change some of what everybody else does make it make it a little bit different. And I don't even mean do what everybody else does plus some because that makes it really easy for them to copy you. You pick and choose what you're good at out of what everybody else does and natural you focus on in you're the best at that. Right. And then guess what you're going to have clients that need someone who's organized. Go to your skill. One of your strengths is organization. They're gonna utilize you because the are not gonna wanna pay forty dollars an hour for somebody who's excellent every single skill at top level executive level assistant, right? They don't wanna pay for that, but they don't have to. They only need help in this area and this area. So they find somebody who's cheaper, who's really good at those two things. Exactly. Save money. Exactly. They go. There's a virtual assistant post for you. Listen to this episode and refresh your memory and right the post on time this time. Still haven't turned in the other. I now dangerous. She writes the content calendar, then she takes part of the content calendar responsibility on yourself, and then proceeds to not make it on time for the content calendar kind of cracks me up to all dissolves all. Well, to be fair, you were supposed to write all the blog post, and I was just trying to help. But at this point I'm just making it worse than not helping at all. So. Tuck it is makes me laugh, but. I. I get frustrated by those kind of companies that do that stuff because it gives everyone a bad name and then people like you. I always higher offshore people because I saved money and then you ask them like how much money do you really set eve, right? That's why like another thing that they used to do, they're not people are more wise to it now, but this is why used to make money managing those projects is they used to tell you, it's going to take a hundred hours and then it every step of the way they would argue what's inspect, what's not inspect all. It's going to be this much and most people, they don't mind paying two thousand three thousand four thousand five thousand for a good application. But when you tell them that it's only going to be a thousand dollars to do exactly what it is they want for an application. You don't wanna be telling them it's gonna cost extra. So what I would do, I would always come in and I would work with the Indian company to create a spec for this company. How charge them three hundred and fifty dollars right with a spec. And I tell them that if you hire me, I will charge you twenty five percent of whatever they bid. So they bid two thousand. I'll charge five hundred to manage the project flou- k. but and out of that money I guarantee you that we will finish on time. And they would pay me, you know, three, whatever, to create this back. Then they dispatched would be perfect. Then they pay me like, you know, it was two grand or whatever twenty ground, let's say. And so they would pay me another forty, seven hundred dollars. And I would manage the project and what's great about it is each of those projects took me about five hours a week to manage, so making a thousand dollars an hour, managing projects by using that methodology, it worked really super well. Now, places became a lot less honest will you now they don't nest. They don't lie about. They don't try to pull the wool over your eyes after the fact that they pull the wool over your eyes prior to the fact like that kind of stuff like billing sixteen and a half hours for two hour maximum job, right. When I heard on their three different databases, I guarantee there's something about his site that's running three different databases for whatever reason, three different times he had changed the URL. It is literally opening the file in a text editor and doing the search and replace it would take you about as long as it takes to open the file, hit control, f. type in what you're searching for, what you're placing it with and hitting enter. That's about how long it would. Take you to do that, and he and multiply that by three. So if it took an entire minute for all three total, it was a lot. And then they get away with it though. People paint that still only two hundred and fifty dollars, and then they tend people tend to get into the mindset of old American developer would have been sixty five dollars an hour time. Sixteen will know the Merican developer would have been sixty five dollars an hour times too because I wouldn't have charged do sixteen for that. Yes, right. And that's where people need to realize that they'll save money with the quote, more expensive company, right. It's a blog post for you have that on my. Content list? Yeah. I try to keep a content list because one of the things in my time engine system is based off of his lists and you're not supposed to try to keep things like that. Your head, you're supposed to get it on a list. And then when you need something from that list, you review the list and pull it off. Sense. You know, that's why today I had you picked the best of episodes for last week, and then I got because I had already picked to these. We've put out four. Now, as of this point you picked to picked to. And really you picked you picked too. I picked one. We picked one because the trash back basketball, our like my love. It makes me laugh every time I see the dumpster or the Johnny laugh every time I see that guy that looks like dirt alert here. He still lives here, looks like mister clean, but I'm surprised with all the turnover on that side. He still lives here. He lived here before we did too. He's lived here for a long time. Did he live here before we did. I didn't think so. When when I captured him in the laundry room that day, it was like right after I moved here. And he was saying that he lived here for like two years. I don't think the girlfriend had lived here for two years. I think he lived here by himself and then she moved in God. Then she had baby. Nice really lives here. Yes. Interesting. Well, I think that if you think. I think we've beat the topic to death of these people who scam shit out of other people. Yes. Okay. Then. We can probably say night. Yup. I guess we can say good night then. STA. La by. Hi everyone. This is Mike and I truly hope you enjoyed the show you're able to subscribe to the show on. I teams Google play and Stitcher. So as to never miss an episode, if by chance you did miss an episode here or there you can catch up on all shows past and present by heading over to yogis podcast network dot com. Forward slash t n our show. Thanks for

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Why is cancer so rare in elephants? They might thank their 'zombie gene'

The Drive With Steve Jaxon

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Why is cancer so rare in elephants? They might thank their 'zombie gene'

"Putting body scanners to work in its subways it'll be the first subway system in the country to use the. Scanners on writers checking for weapons and explosives the, scanners supposedly can detect suspicious, items from thirty feet away medical, researchers are taking a hard. Look at why so few elephants get cancer hoping to help humans warded off the bigger a living thing is the, more, cells, had has, and the more chance. That at least some of those cells will be defective or cancerous so ice, cancer so rare and. Elephants were so big researchers at the university of

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on KOMO

"Angeles on saturday night to help seal the deal and former laker kobe bryant tweeting welcome to the family king james abc's paula farris an alabama puppy got a lot of attention over the weekend terrifying thirty two hours for the family of toffee a seven week old australian shepherd mix toffee who is deaf was taking a stroll when she fell fifty feet down a hole and i had no idea it was there she came running towards me and tried to go over it and yet she just felt strict on the desperate effort to rescue toffee consume the entire community of huntsville alabama hundreds of people rushed to the scene to pitch in including a couple of engineers from nasa fire crews worked tirelessly throughout the night there ever broadcast around the clock they attempted to lower a person in but the entrance to the whole was only about five feet move pay a fee and we're starting saying he's not going to be a quick rescue is going to be time dependent on the public then three unlikely heroes arrived in the form of plumbers who put a camera on the end of a plumbing pipe or they spotted toffee alive and well but seemingly stuck on a ledge they had excellent cameras they could see exactly where she was and what she was doing within a quick thinking farm and grabbed some sun deans to coax the pup into a rescuers net and la la.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"We want we want intentional us we want reminders to to get off make friction lewis on and off as possible we want automatically to have the the the least toxic settings so they have to consciously go to different places i actually would like them to go wherever they want to go the snap streak thing that you're talking about snap holidays how about that allows snap politics i mean we are in a situation where kids are literally paying each other to keep their phone going unless naps going when they go on holiday i mean that is not unusual and i am one of our recent workshops had a kid who was absolutely mortified when he realized he spent thirty two hours of the previous week on snap yeah i mean it sort of got toxic so we do want this technology we want to in the service of children rather than the children in service of them when i'm being colorful about this i say we've actually made them the surf's you know in the silicon valley is literally they're working for these guys and look at the share price the on the state no i think the endpoint is what most people would think of as the matrix rarely were serving the machines are all than the other way round and it turns out that it wasn't fiction it was a documentary what you thinking i wish the matrix recently and i felt that go quite most life in that simulation i'd be happy nobody is an opponent big office by machines you should get out the attic the way you're in visiting things so it would be if you are a child you go on the internet you can kind of go anywhere but go anywhere isn't scary like it is now because the various settings em place that would the main the bits with harmful material off your data wasn't being harvested in the same way it would be a different version of the internet that kids are using i think you have to be very careful about that it's really it's really difficult thing to to explain to people because they always think of it as if we start where we are now as if that was the the mountains relates in the air it's nice designed guys it's all designed all hardware every day there are upgrades they are deciding how we behave so i think we just gotta put that pin in it and say no it's not the same but worse or not the same safer it's actually how do we stop thinking about kids in this space so how do we up there right so how do we pull that right to privacy for example they have a right to privacy how do we call them right not to be commercially exploited for example how do we actually uphold their right to support services and safety and so on we do that everywhere else and i actually really have to make a political argument here because i do have these discussions and everyone goes oh but that's the business my old but they won't do that oh but it's how is how dead they expect to have a business model that creates home for children i am less concerned about safe world with not not so much frightening content than i am about the conscious and unconscious use of technology and why one i mean is if a kid and i can't believe i'm saying this on on a podcast but if kit really wants to go and get something inappropriate i actually reserve that right to do so but at least they know their transgressing i do not i do not pull the right for some service for commercial reasons to be pumping hard core gang bang pornography into the hand of an eight year old in the in the playground doesn't even want it so that's my first point but more than that i'm worried about and whether where the report and i'm sorry to go back right to the report is the persuasive designed thing means that kids like agency i mean there is one thing that to be a democratic to be an autonomous thing to be thinking to grow up and i'm actually gonna point bank now richard to have agency as an individual you have to make independent choice so if all.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"To sixteen hundred or eight four four eight three eight sixteen hundred all right as i mentioned before we went to the break i wanted to ask michael what kind of training do do did you or does of eso have to go through before they are quote certified to help out a veteran well there's actually several ways that you can become a service officer either you can work for one of the congressionally chartered national veterans services organizations like the veterans of foreign wars to disabled american veterans the american legion the military order of purple heart or any of those congressionally chartered national veterans service organizations or you can be an employee of a state veterans service organization and be a state veterans service officer or you can work for a county government as a county veterans service officer while all of us who become service officers whether were county state or national we have to attend a course of training that's been approved by the va office of general counsel so for us we go to the national association of county veterans service officers that conducts accreditation training that accreditation training again has been approved by the va office of general counsel at the end of that approved prescribed course of instruction they have to be administered we have to be administered a test once we test and pass then that service organization can recommend and us to the va officer general council for accreditation which is what we do through the national association of county veterans service officers the state of michigan is recognized do the michigan veterans affairs agency a state veterans service organization and they have five state veterans service officers they went through a prescribed course of training testing and then the same with the vfw the dav and in all the other a congressionally chartered national veterans service organizations now once we've obtained accreditation or recognition from the office of general counsel to be able to prepare present and prosecute claims on the behalf of beneficiaries to the department of veterans affairs we have to obtain sixteen continuing education units per year to maintain our accreditation or test regularly and then be recertified every five years with the va office of general counsel so my office staff and i we just attended our spring conference two and we had eight eighteen hours of instruction and then about three weeks after that we went out to our national association of county veterans service officers see you training which was thirty two hours so we get we get above what the va requires we just believe that it's that important and believe it or not in between our spring training and traverse city in the training we just had out in reno there was a court decision that was rendered and it came out of the federal circuit court of appeals and it deals with the issue of pain where the federal circuit said hey listen before we had pretty much said that pain cannot be a disability in and of itself it had to be tied to a diagnosed condition and this court decision basically says hey you know what we can grant service connection and record and just just based on pain and then there's certain other prescriptions in the regulation and the law and prior court decisions that had almost said the same thing but this one court decision kind of pulled it all together and so so the nature of the business changes as you can see with them three weeks time a court decision was so important that it was on our training out in reno and now we all are waiting for the va to determine rules that are going to be consistent with that court decision so it does take a lot of training there are those who take this job and and have the passion for it and they take this job in their training and their accreditation and they use it to the benefit of their veterans survivors independence who come and see them and then there are those who just they don't and that's just really the nature of the business it's not like unlike any other career you got great doctors and.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Fill in the gaps right so every single that the best part about this whole thing is it was such a collaborative effort between td temple terrace plant plant city county schools and on the sheriff's office you've we've seen other people like bickering other trying to figure out how to do it we all came together and said let's figure this out and he was for the betterment of the children and trying to make our children safe so what we're gonna do is until the public schools can hire enough people right we're gonna fill in that gap so we're gonna take a deputies from non nine one one responder units and then put them inside the schools or we actually have a special program until this gets done called a school security deputy that were hiring former retirees certified law enforcement officers that are not here that want to come in and apply for that or reserve is that our law enforcement certified making come fill in the gaps ten months contracting and get insurance they get benefits they get all the school days off and then when the school feels that spot it's a one for one replacement so that we can get our deputies back on the street as soon as possible thinking one two years probably more likely to year change but what happens is we got certify all these folks are gonna come in their employees of the school they're gonna they're coming g license security officers then they're gonna come to us to get one hundred and thirty two hours of everything from firearms training psychological background check active shooter training and then everything drug testing everything else in between one hundred thirty two hours of training before we will say that they are they're authorized to get into a school and then they'll take a hundred and thirty two hours of training right every school in the county will have an armed presence is right on premises right i know from my interview with a superintendent jeff wiggins has come in and done the show he told me something that blew me away that the hillsborough county school board was the largest single employer of true statement i believe on the.

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Watch Apple's new Memoji take on Samsung's AR Emoji

What the Tech

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Watch Apple's new Memoji take on Samsung's AR Emoji

"Something about maybe the maturation of the product so they have four new animal gies a new tiger koala t rex and your own and emoji were just emoji right yeah that's the thing they kinda took from samsung which is weird because samsung put their own version of antimony in and they got the creepy people said it was crappy people were making fun of it and now trump prays the no out of doing it and then typical apple fashion i mean it is better looking for sure it's it has more of a disney cartoon looked to it but yeah i've never been a big fan of this digital avatar thing i mean this goes back to xbox the original me's well before experts they had them is on the we they had microsoft copied it with xbox avatars on xbox three sixty and now in the mobile world you can you know these little we're so taken with not word ways of expressing herself se les enough shirley there's an emotive that just saying here i found this interesting facebook facetime group calling up to thirty two people that number phone that's that number is interesting to me i'm curious why it's not just like what's the most we could do thirty two hour let's go with thirty two this reason for this and i wonder if this is going to lead into something else for them to go after teluk teleconference and telecommunication for corporate use for enterprise and how they're going to do that because enterprise obviously this is something that happens daily telecommunication is a.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Into the game you're kind of your money that's how you find out who's bet call my bets were safe that just wouldn't be any juice juice point spreads the prophets the teasers the parlays from vegas to you this he's behind the bat welcome in to another bind the dish in in may alongside doubt kazarian i am not traveling this week doug you're recently returned from sin city yeah you know had to go out for thirty two hours which you know you're gonna fly that far and have some fun in vegas yata go longer than thirty two hours but with my arm this was a work trip which is good because i do not have to pay for it and fortunately i behave so i didn't have to pay for it physically on the way back because we're out there it was all business ben it was all business feed doing a feature piece that's going to air either friday night or saturday morning on the golden knights and for sports center and just the betting component and how the town is just really it's just been something we've never seen before as we've discussed here on this podcast yeah it's such a crazy one it's a crazy nhl story gambling set aside just nhl store that you have an expansion team that is now one step away from being in the stanley cup playoffs and potentially winning fine right finals excuse me greg ski who writes for us espn nhl writer had a good piece kind of on the expansion draft and whether it would actually be a bad thing for them to win this year in that it was not necessarily dousing water on the flames of how much people like the golden knights but just like they didn't have as much protection necessarily.

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Explosion in North Haven, Connecticut, injures multiple officers – live updates

News, Traffic and Weather

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Explosion in North Haven, Connecticut, injures multiple officers – live updates

"In north haven connecticut the house multiple officers sound any resources at us had all wishes including slot officials say six police officers were injured in an explosion happened wednesday night while responding to a domestic incident at home man barricaded himself inside didn't respond when officers tried to make contact what a team attempted to clear the residents barn behind the house exploded police set up a perimeter and tried for hours to convince the man to come out police have set up that perimeter intense flames and clouds of smoke have been seen coming from the property the raw sounds of last fall's mass shooting in las vegas which left fifty eight victims plus the gunman dead at a country music festival abc's alec stone has the latest on thirty two hours a body.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Saw her near a dairy queen and then she ran away and ran up the side of a building and escaped before he could catch up to her you can already see that he's having the luzinski's i mean what else do you need you've got an individual that's threatened people you have an individual that's emitting to delusions that he's seen things he's going and doing things like trying to break into the white house i mean how many things do you need to go okay yeah we probably should commit him at this time in this case at the white house he was stopped by the secret service and went ahead and forced his way past them anyway he said do what you have to do but i'm going in to see president trump now that that's somebody who is either totally off their rocker or as a dedicated assassin or terrorist who is getting in one way or another with that person should not get thirty two hours of community service no not at no community service no not at all and then i have to question the police department for giving the guns back to the parents is that standard practice if guns get confiscated you release them to the next of kin i cannot answer that but the sheriff yesterday who tried to explain why why he gave the guns back to the father did a very poor job of justifying his decision he said well the dad had a a gun license in illinois we thought it would be the good thing to do the dad promised to keep the guns locked up we still don't know how this guy who's mentally ill was able to buy all of these guns he had an ar fifteen twenty two rifle a remington seven ten a nine millimeter handgun and he had a license from the state of illinois and that was gonna be my next question is when did he purchases where they purchase prior to any of the numerous things that you've listed that he's been accused of or has done or was it after any of those and if it was after how did the state allow that they were all purchased prior to july two thousand seventeen when he tried to get in to see president trump.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And then started threatening a lot of people june twenty seventeen he showed up at work in the pink coat this time with an ar fifteen threatening people almost turning violent and then he drives away july seventh of two thousand seventeen he shows up at the white house demanding to see president trump forced his way into a restricted area he was arrested by the secret service the authorities in washington dc decided that he was not a danger to himself or anyone else they got thirty two hours of community service the fbi asked the authorities in illinois to confiscate guns they did but they gave them to his father who promised to keep them locked up but he didn't he gave the guns back to his son and he used one of them at the waffle house and so many i mean guinness that was a handful two handfuls worth of things that happen leading up to this even to the point where they took away the guns but yet they gave them back yes they didn't give give them back to him but to his dad who obviously didn't have any control over this young man or all these incidences wouldn't have happened this is a nightmarish replay of so many of these kinds of national meetings you go back to parkland you can go to the batman movie theater shooting the attempt to assassinate gabby giffords that congresswoman on and on and on it's the same story over and over yes they show the signs you know that there is there a danger to others at least to themselves and that's when you've got to step up and do something and because we're not that's when it starts resulting in these mass shootings this guy was in volatility involuntarily committed in illinois after one of his episodes but he was quickly released the most astonishing one though to me is the case in washington dc when he tried to force his way in to meet with president trump.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Stabilization of some of these names when you have companies like lanar that were unchanged yesterday they do their conference call close up seventy eight percent that's telling you something there to me i think this is one that you can trade it the other interesting point about this is that its revenues domestic revenues so we're worried about a titfortat trade war maybe this is sort of a do the do us into that right so just so i understand the term traded means by it right yes fade it does trade it for i actually like this one so that would be traded well it's funny because thirty two and i did this on the closing bell yesterday we talked about their number again and what i pointed that is your of your demand thirty percent also their incentives as a percentage of revenues down five point four percent they're not giving houses away folks housing is strong when people have jobs and they're making money don't worry about the rising interest rates that's an opportunity and i think the sector is a lot of tailwinds interest rate of these two stocks we talked about things actually changed for them within the thirty one thirty two hour timespan have netflix day changed for netflix in the past thirty more market chain faded netflix is up eight percent i not guy would do sky wing to wanna play guy this guy would do what would i do you would absolutely straight trading i mean been netflix.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sheriff through this program how the hundreds of thirty two hours of training situational training another twelve hours of diversity training undergo a psychological examination a whole lot hold on diversity training what does that all about does that had anything to do with us we'll that came up on the four as an amendment diverse transferred a session and that was a an issue that was brought to the forefront uh of by some members in to make sure that if you have an armed school personnel uh they have they be full gambit of of training battle okay i guess i guess i i guess i can keep you say from being attacked from the politically correct people but uh okay go ahead so you go through all this training you have to have go through a background check do you go through mental health check to you have a quite illogical examination of criminal background check drug and alcohol abuse you're actually deputised uh and so you you're not now no longer juppe they an administrator a big koji teacher um a maintenance personnel you are in fact a a deputy of that shearer department with a singular role and that is to respond in a a active shooter situation okay so in how many would do you anticipate wanting to sign up for this how many teachers do you think well we have.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on Mixergy

"Um these folks have done more than i have it's maybe the right you know maybe i'm naive um and so had to sort of say maybe i'm wrong all right we're gonna take the plunge and that was really scary you notice okay we're gonna increase our burn were higher but folks um we're in a higher executives were gonna do all this stuff and they're going to raise money so we had done all that we had increased our headcount massively we had hired really you know senior executives and then it was like can i need to raise money and then the market fell all the bottom of all the market and it's like okay we're in a really tough spot um and the brutal answer is we have to let some folks go and so we went through that which is you know uh annual listen that's gone through that's really hard um and it makes you question and so as an entrepreneur i question myself okay i think on if i made some fun a moment stakes here and i wonder if i also set up a culture for some reason that is enabled to flex and work harder when it needs to in a more than thirty two hours uh we retry navin managers for awhile may be that hurt us too so i guess i i had a lotta doubt what i'm being fairly transparent here it was pretty painful um as as if as an entrepreneur when you really start doubting yourself it's the worst yeah and ally lies at the worst i think as the whole your whole careers and entrepreneurs predicated on some sort of belief in yourself that you can figure it out and that you some howard gonna make it work.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Be aware of what your baseline is today and if you get an incremental gain this week bassem give yourself a high five and ask how do i get better next week and better the next week and the next week end the next week because you are now on the road to becoming a master of your time the road to mastery which has no destination there is no arrival it is a life long journey should you choose to accept it the reward is the opportunity to taste what it means to have extraordinary results in your life folks we hope that this episode has brought value to you if you would like us to be or accountability partners riding shotgun with you on this than go to the one thing dot com slash membership get on the wait list for living your one thing everything we described in this episode is the core of this community where there's weekly interaction and the people who are in this on average take back twenty four to thirty two hours a month as a result of the one thing dot com slash membership is how you can get on the weightless only opened the doors next you will be aware and you will have the opportunity to join us as always if this has helped you please share it with somebody we know how much people's struggle and they feel guilty if they're not working hard enough we wanted to create this because i we wanted to change the way that you looked at things change the way that you looked at your time is a hopeful you will share this with them finally if you've not yet subscribe to the show go ahead and click on the button that says subscribe so all future episodes will be automatically downloaded to your device.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

NASA In Silicon Valley

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

"Changed the not only the cloud cloud distributions were can chain like if you will the color or the call the upbeat of of the clouds aided properties of the clouds can change so it so all of those things are being studied uh as we speak these are all difficult things these clouds only lost for a few hours in so if you have a plane here i had hit us right that's and the and there are several restrictions that clean our app but we do the best weekend recently we just finished doing an experiment with the using the global hawk which is a reaches that immortal piloted wait cultural noory islets and so we sign on the ground and it is demented and then we sat in the horn learning experience but everybody and brazil's quite exciting to have this you are most control it on a yeah yeah we call them then he'll this people who are doing their they're called pilots put them in a yet or drugs and and we will train could do science with this platform which is very difficult because uh everything depending on the software that was available online and they had they had done some things for the department of defense but then using it for science was was a real challenge but these kinds of things are happening more there's more and more emphasis in using these kinds of drones if you world doing science because they can stay up in the air much longer than an aircraft cat and they can go to different altitudes but they also have very by high automate some of the functions i think of a drome i think of an automated in kiev men they're staying in a certain pattern collecting a lot of data as it has to a a remotecontrolled quad copter hers that that's right so they had drawn some of these rules can stay there the once we were using was supposedly stay there for thirty two hours we allow which was very very long but i think other skin state you longer however.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Changed the not only the cloud cloud distributions were can chain like if you will the color or the call the upbeat of of the clouds aided properties of the clouds can change so it so all of those things are being studied uh as we speak these are all difficult things these clouds only lost for a few hours in so if you have a plane here i had hit us right that's and the and there are several restrictions that clean our app but we do the best weekend recently we just finished doing an experiment with the using the global hawk which is a reaches that immortal piloted wait cultural noory islets and so we sign on the ground and it is demented and then we sat in the horn learning experience but everybody and brazil's quite exciting to have this you are most control it on a yeah yeah we call them then he'll this people who are doing their they're called pilots put them in a yet or drugs and and we will train could do science with this platform which is very difficult because uh everything depending on the software that was available online and they had they had done some things for the department of defense but then using it for science was was a real challenge but these kinds of things are happening more there's more and more emphasis in using these kinds of drones if you world doing science because they can stay up in the air much longer than an aircraft cat and they can go to different altitudes but they also have very by high automate some of the functions i think of a drome i think of an automated in kiev men they're staying in a certain pattern collecting a lot of data as it has to a a remotecontrolled quad copter hers that that's right so they had drawn some of these rules can stay there the once we were using was supposedly stay there for thirty two hours we allow which was very very long but i think other skin state you longer however.

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"thirty two hours" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"thirty two hours" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Uh this is called the ohio episode and we went to explain a little bit about the future of of vox the church vox the podcast so for those of you that so that's the punchline my family and are moving to a higher today so you are you're hearing this when my daughter and i are driving thirty two hours in the car and she hates being in the car so she sees up for an adventure so i'm literally i'm i'm going to ask you does literally start emailing me if you live in ohio ray firing as like the hearing monday morning right the 24th or dmv the 26 where like on the road yes so boom so anyway would a crazy crazy thing so if you've been listening for awhile you know it's been a 2017 spin not a banner year for the iraq land anxiety cancer and heart issues have kind of made an appearance in my life again and not again but i mean melanoma bhagat cut out of me and and the mccauley trophy relation which you know for me is being related to being fatty so so the first part of of 2017 just ridiculous i mean just like again to compared to other people not horrible but for us it was like war this is all a lot at once and one of the things that happen i think i mention on the podcast one time is that my mom got diagnosed with pile lee the'media vera or something.

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