35 Burst results for "Three Years Ago"

Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Auschwitz to highlight the threat of hatred

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Auschwitz to highlight the threat of hatred

"Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has visited the site of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp in Poland as a call to fight hatred I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Simon bergson of the Auschwitz Jewish center foundation says standing with Arnold Schwarzenegger is living proof that a generation of hatred can be overcome Berkson is the child of Auschwitz survivors and Schwarzenegger's father was a Nazi soldier Schwarzenegger toured the former camp and met with a woman who was three years old when notorious Nazi doctor Joseph Mengele conducted experiments on her Schwarzenegger says it's time to terminate prejudice He says it won't be his last time visiting and promised I'll

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Aaron Judge home run watch: Tracking the Yankees slugger in 2022

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Aaron Judge home run watch: Tracking the Yankees slugger in 2022

"Aaron judge's pursuit of 61 home runs remain one shy as the Yankees beat the Red Sox 7 to 5 Anthony Rizzo broke a 5 5 tie in the 7th when he hit a two run shot marking his 32nd home run of the season Judge went zero for three as he continued to try and match Roger Maris 1961 record and the slugger showed some frustration during the game The manager Aaron Boone didn't think the situation was getting the better of him I don't think that's unusual for him either That's like you know when DJ collapses hands at second you say DJ showing a rare emotion he does it all the time The Red Sox are on a four game skid and likely headed to their second losing season in three years Krishna

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Caller: Making the Flying Experience Better

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:52 min | Last week

Caller: Making the Flying Experience Better

"You do a lot of travel. And you have watched the transition of the airlines. I know you have. Almost pilot. Just left American Airlines. And third year over three years of flying and with the military also been around the world. And I've noticed that I'm working on a little project and so my question to you is what do you see are the changes that need to happen? And what if I told you there's actually a simple way to make that happen? What changes need to happen to make the flying experience better? Yeah, it should be like Disney. You know, it's an expensive appointment that you think about your shoes, your hat, your coat, your book. You know, I could spend an hour on that. It's a very actually not an insignificant subject. When I and you will certainly since you're flying 30 years and of course, you flew before that. And you certainly were a passenger before that. When I was a kid, it was very special to go on an airplane. And people dressed up accordingly. Exactly. Nobody went on a plane in shorts and sandals. And now people, there is no difference between a Greyhound bus ride and a cross country flight. And so it's not the answer you expected, but I know that society has declined in its overall impact because of the way people dress. But the airplane experience is reflective of that. I believe there needs to be more room in coach. I don't fly coach. I'm saying it on behalf of people and coach. The less room people have, the more likely you will have aggression

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Dazed and Confused: Joe Biden Ignores Reality

The Trish Regan Show

01:55 min | Last week

Dazed and Confused: Joe Biden Ignores Reality

"Whole clip from Scott pelley's interview on CBS News 60 minutes from Sunday Night. Mister president first Detroit Auto Show in three years. Yeah. Is the pandemic over? A pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic is over. If you notice, no one's wearing masks. Everybody seems to be in pretty good shape. So if everyone is in really good shape, then why are we spending so much on so many different welfare programs? There's a ton of money that got put into action back in March of 2020. And we're still feeling the effects of all that. I realized the president thinks inflation's up just an inch. Inflation rate month to month is just an inch hardly at all. You're not arguing that 8.3 is good news. No, I'm not saying it's good news, but it was 8.2 or 8.2 before. Actually, it's up over a percent from this time last year. As I predicted, by the way, it would, I said it over and over again right here on this show as far back as summer of 2020 that you couldn't have. This much fiscal and monetary policy working together and not run certain risks. Anyway, you have welfare benefits that have skyrocketed. Think about the millions of people that are still receiving food stamps because they expanded that program pretty dramatically. That was the national emergency, remember? You had a restriction or a lack of restriction, I should say, on state requirements for work, which meant more people were able to file for more benefits. States were not able to remove people, for example, from Medicaid roles, even if the people were no longer eligible for Medicaid, the prediction is that it's costing taxpayers according to a report in The Wall Street Journal about $16 billion a month.

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How the KGB Recruited Former Agent Jack Philip Barsky

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | Last week

How the KGB Recruited Former Agent Jack Philip Barsky

"The KGB approaches you. Yeah. What were you doing when you were 23 or 24? I was studying. In my third year of a 5 year program to get a message in chemistry. So that made you a good candidate for potential international espionage. Not necessarily. I mean, there's a couple of interviews out there that were given by the two heads of the first directorate, which was espionage, and what they said, what they were looking for in candidates were like a whole bunch of character traits. Sure, you had to be smart. You had to make quick decisions. You had to be able to be by yourself a lot. You had to be able to you had to be honest, so to become a really good liar. And my favorite trait that they mentioned is a well controlled. Controlled disposition or controlled I'm sorry. Anyway, the last word is adventure. This position towards adventure or something like that. Okay. So then you pass the you pass the test and they deploy you into the United States. Is that right? Yeah, but that test, you know, at first I had an unofficial relationship with a handler when I studied and I was already employed by the by the university as an assistant professor when they actually made me the offer. So it was a year and a half of really checking me out. Yes. Because this is a tough job.

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Ex-Minneapolis Officer Sentenced in George Floyd's Death

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

Ex-Minneapolis Officer Sentenced in George Floyd's Death

"When you think you've done nothing wrong and that you certainly haven't done anything to deserve conviction, you can't take a chance. On all these years because he already had the federal sentence that he's serving. So to have the opportunity to take a plea deal and judge Peter Cahill has agreed to accept the plea deal and that he will sentence lane under the guidelines saying because he has accepted responsibility for his role in the death of George Floyd and he'll be able to serve that I think many of you know this, but let me just say it to get it out there. You can serve based on decisions made by various courts. You could be given multiple terms that either can be served consecutively or they can be served concurrently. One is very bad news. That means you serve all these years and then when you get done serving the first one, the second one starts after that. That's obviously disastrous if you are the person that has been sentenced to that type of sentence. He's been given a sentence on this one or will be the judges agreed that he will. Let him serve at the same time. So it's almost impossible. Other than principle, which obviously matters a whole lot, but we are living in a very dystopian crazy time, but it does matter, principle matters, but at the same time, if you're already serving three years for the one charge and you have the opportunity to serve this in the form of a plea agreement and you get to serve it at the exact same time, most people are going to take that deal. And in fact, the former officer lane is going to take that deal. So

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New York Attorney General Files Fraud Lawsuit Against Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | Last week

New York Attorney General Files Fraud Lawsuit Against Trump

"Literally just in. In the last few moments actually, New York attorney general letitia James and let's remember we have to put context to this. This is someone that before she was even the attorney general. Had it out for president Trump. Full disclosure, I'm a former president Trump, senior hotel executive, interviewed with president Trump. I was hired directly by president Trump and for about two, three years, just prior to starting a career in broadcasting, which is 31 years now. I work directly with president Trump. But that doesn't mean I don't tell the truth about it. I just want to give you that disclaimer just to be more honest than the other side is. This individual letitia James ran as a candidate saying that she would get president Trump and everyone. In president Trump's orbit. Now, who does that? Who says that? This is America. Darn it. In America, there's supposed to be a crime committed, then you allege that someone has committed that crime, but they're in search of crimes with president Trump. Now, this is a civil matter, but it has very harsh words in it to make it appear that it is criminal in nature, but no matter what you hear about this as the day goes on and you can rest assured the Democrat media and you look at all these things that are just coincidentally happening right before weeks before the most consequential election since the Civil War. Look at all these things, all these deadlines, a Trump trial has to start by October 19th. No later. I mean, the world ends if it doesn't start by the 19th. This fake January 6th committee. You know they're going to be coming out with some kind of interim report, has to be before the election. Of course, but they're not political.

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Jimmy Kimmel signs 3-year extension for ABC late-night show

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | Last week

Jimmy Kimmel signs 3-year extension for ABC late-night show

"Jimmy Kimmel has extended his contract with ABC for another three years a marchesa a letter with the latest Jimmy Kimmel Live will be on the air at least through 2026 Kimmel will mark 20 years with the show in January ABC entertainment president Craig erwich says Kimmel has entertained viewers with irreverent humor and gotten them through some of the most momentous events in history Kimmel says after two decades at ABC he's looking forward to three years of quiet quitting

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President Biden Says Pandemic Is Over

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | Last week

President Biden Says Pandemic Is Over

"Go to what we do know at President Biden said on 60 minutes. Let's play the COVID quote general HTML. Mister president first Detroit Auto Show in three years. Yeah. Is the pandemic over? A pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lot of work on it. It's what the pandemic is over. If you admire it, that's kind of a bit of news. What do you think? This one Senate, the pandemic is over, has reverberated through the government is having shockwaves in the government because the U.S. government undertook all sorts of actions really the pandemic starting in March of 2020. It increased spending, it created programs. It altered programs, it did all sorts of things. It's spent hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars on this. The administration, by the way, is asking Congress for $22 billion more in COVID relief and their hopes of passing that just went away with Biden's declaration.

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US contractor freed by Taliban in swap for drug trafficker

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

US contractor freed by Taliban in swap for drug trafficker

"The Biden administration has pulled off one of its most significant prisoner swaps and achieved rare success in talks with the Taliban The militants have freed navy veteran Mark frerichs after nearly three years in exchange for a Bashir a convicted Taliban drug lord jailed in the U.S. for 17 years Fredericks case has received less public attention than those of other Americans held overseas Secretary of State Anthony blinken says this should send a message to their families The U.S. is committed to free their loved ones Mark's family had my word Every other family has my word For art frex the word that his son was now free came straight from President Biden I'd like to thank all the people that had him in his prayers Telling the AP that the FBI and others in the administration did a tremendous job and stuck with it Sagar Meghani Washington

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Murphy's 59-yard OT fumble return ends Cards' win over Vegas

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Murphy's 59-yard OT fumble return ends Cards' win over Vegas

"Byron Murphy junior was the cardinal's hero in a 29 23 overtime win against the Raiders Murphy completed Arizona's comeback from a 20 point second half deficit scooping up hunter Renfro's fumble and returning it 59 yards for a touchdown in OT Kyler Murray scrambled for a three year TD on the final snap of regulation before hitting AJ green for the tying two point conversion Davante Adams and Darren Waller caught early touchdown tosses from Derek Carr who recorded just 42 of his 252 passing yards in the second half I'm Dave ferry

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EXPLAINER: What to know about the UN General Assembly

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

EXPLAINER: What to know about the UN General Assembly

"For the first time in three years the United Nations General Assembly gets underway in person in New York this week No more pre recorded addresses or hybrid meetings because of the pandemic instead the UNGA will include speeches for most of the world's leaders including President Biden U.S. ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield says the administration has three priorities global food insecurity the UN charter and global health As COVID-19 reminded us global health threats do not respect borders We must tackle COVID-19 monkeypox and other outbreaks And we must do it together Speeches from the scores of attending leaders begin Tuesday and the U.S. president representing the host country traditionally speaks second But Biden will be at the queen's funeral and his speech has been delayed until Wednesday Julie Walker New York

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Oktoberfest is back but shadowed by 'red hot' inflation

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Oktoberfest is back but shadowed by 'red hot' inflation

"After three years of absence the renowned German beer festival October fest is returning to Munich for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic As a band plays just days ahead of opening preparations for the world's largest beer party are in full swing workers set up columns and prepare tables at the usually annual October fest Munich's mayor dieter writer says everyone is raring to go It is beautiful and as you can see the enthusiasm has returned and I'm sure that all Munich residents and guests are looking forward to the October fest again However three years later much has changed and bruised and visitors alike will feel the very strong pinch of inflation for one thing the two pint mug of beer will cost 15% more compared with 2019 prices the popular beer festival in the Bavarian capital will be held without any pandemic restrictions for 17 days until the 3rd of October Germany's national day I'm Karen Chammas

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Thousands of stiking nurses return to work in Minnesota

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Thousands of stiking nurses return to work in Minnesota

"Thousands of nurses are back at work at Minnesota hospitals following a three day strike The issues wage increases and staffing and retention made worse by the pandemic some 15,000 nurses at 7 healthcare systems in the Minneapolis and Duluth areas walked off the job Monday and returned to work on Thursday They want a more than 30% wage increase over three years hospital leaders say that amount is unaffordable and their offering a wage increase of ten to 12% which when cities hospital groups says negotiators are expected to return to talks sometime next week I'm Donna warder

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Roger Federer says he is retiring from pro tennis at age 41

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Roger Federer says he is retiring from pro tennis at age 41

"I was given a special talent to play tennis and I did it at the level that I never imagined for much longer than I ever thought possible And now Roger Federer is ending his pro career The labor cup next week in London will be my final ATP event on Instagram the 41 year old Federer says he's worked hard to recover from three years of injuries and surgeries but I also know my bodies capacities and limits and its message to me lately has been clear He calls it a bittersweet decision while he'll miss the tour and all it's given him There's so much to celebrate saying he's had a magical ride 20 Grand Slam titles including 8 at Wimbledon where he lost his last match a year ago I'm Sagar Meghani

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A Remarkable Story of FBI Collusion With Russia

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

A Remarkable Story of FBI Collusion With Russia

"When it comes to the deep state, things are not quite what they seem. What you see is what meets the eye is not necessarily what's going on. I think this is especially true in a news report that just came out and the news report is that the FBI has had on its payroll. For three years, a Russian businessman, in fact, a kind of Russian agent. Named Igor danchenko. Now, the reason this is disturbing in some ways, well, not startling because once we know what the FBI is up to, you know, you're dealing with a corrupt operation. But nevertheless, this guy danchenko was a source. For the Steele dossier for Christopher Steele, the former M 16 MI 6 agent. And supplying false information for a dossier that is then used by the FBI to go after fisa warrants to go after Trump and Trump stirs people like Carter page and others. So the FBI already knew that Igor danchenko was a liar. He had attempted to lie to them. He was the source of false information, and they already suspected, in fact, they kind of knew that he was a Russian agent. Why? Because earlier, the same danchenko. Had tried to buy classified information. It's basically inquiring about people that could supply him with classified information. He said he knew people would be willing to pay for that classified information. The FBI knew all this. And yet, they brought him on. They brought him on as a paid informant. Now you want to think about why they would do that. Well, one reason is that when the FBI brings someone on as a confidential informant, that person is then in a sense protected, they're removed from the public sphere. In fact, it's difficult to go after them because they're not private citizens. You can't, in a normal way, pursue them, they're now in a sense within the orbit and under the protection of the FBI.

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 R. Kelly convicted of child porn, enticing girls for sex

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

R. Kelly convicted of child porn, enticing girls for sex

"Received a videotape showing Kelly having sex with a minor The paper reported police in his hometown had begun investigating allegations about Kelly and that same girl three years earlier both the girl and the parents denied though that they were involved Ironically the very day that news broke Kelly performed at the opening ceremonies for the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City On Kelly ends up being indicted on child porn charges related to the tape he stands trial 6 years later and is acquitted on all counts after less than a day of deliberations Follow me Though officially vindicated in court the stories about R. Kelly and young girls continued making the rounds with parents of some of the women now claiming that their daughters were kept in what they called a cult when the me too movement verse forth activists launched a mute R. Kelly movement calling for boycotts of his music Spotify Apple and Pandora all stopped promoting him despite his complaints Then

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Queen Elizabeth II lies in state as throngs pay respects

AP News Radio

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Queen Elizabeth II lies in state as throngs pay respects

"Queen Elizabeth II inherited millions of subjects around the world upon taking the throne in 1952 but many were unwilling and her death is stirring complicated feelings in Commonwealth countries like Kenya I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look On behalf of the people of Kenya On behalf of the government of Kenya and on my own behalf we commiserate with the people of the UK Kenya's new president William Ruto signing a condolence book for the queen at the residence of the British high commissioner In London I love the queen Kenyan Esther Raven or joined the crowds playing their respects She's a true role model She loved us all but in the foothills of mount Kenya Matthew Y Reggie says he can not mourn Queen Elizabeth saying up the British Those people they took our land 90 year old took part in the mau mau rebellion of the 1950s I was there For three years and he says conditions were harsh I did naked for about the month of June July when Kenya is very cold Over 100,000 canyons were rounded up and it wasn't until 2013 that the British government apologized paying millions in and out of court settlement to those who were tortured Kenya declared its independence from Britain in 1963 and joined the Commonwealth of Nations many credit Queen Elizabeth for embracing the wave of independence in Africa in championing the Commonwealth President Ruto notes Elizabeth learned she had become queen while visiting Kenya and for many of his countrymen he says That is very sentimental I'm Ben Thomas

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"three years ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:16 min | 7 months ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out today What about three years ago I came upon this new thing in the fashion business And that is you can actually go out there and rent clothes and then send the clothes back It's called rent the runway I was dumbfounded by this model but apparently it's a thing And I'm going to talk about it now We can do that with Putin and boil She's retail analyst for Bloomberg intelligence So put them for our listeners who aren't aware of what rent the runway is Can you explain what the company is Sure The rent the runway is a place where you can get designer clothing at a rental cost So essentially you can rent for garments 8 garments or 16 garments at a fixed price of Riemann under $200 essentially and you're wearing $800 dresses a $1000 dresses Wow So you can basically stretch your spending to wear clothes that you may aspire to wear but don't want enough necessarily go buy on a day to today basis All right how has this company performed Because it sounds like an awesome idea I wonder if how successful it's been You know the idea is very successful but the pandemic kind of things on the side Did you think about why you would rent clothes right It's because you want to go out and you want to wear something new Since the pandemic they're subscriber based had fallen You also saw the shares fall They have about a little over a 130,000 subscribers today at the peak was a 150,000 subscribers Many paused their subscriptions You can have a subscription and say okay well you know only carton just came up and I'm not going out in December or January You take a pause But then you can come back in February when things aside So it kind of a business that adds and flows in the current environment but we do think that a shoppers embrace ecommerce as they embrace the idea of saving money and still being trendy They're going to find value in this frontal model Yeah it feels like this is kind of would be something similar to the cruises industry the hotel business the airlines I mean as people get out and about and my personal thesis is you know we're going to just see rapid expansion of behavior consumer behavior here in the spring like right now going into the summer I would think that would bode well for rent and runway Yeah absolutely As people go out it bodes well for them They'll start to see us pick up and subscribers And you're absolutely right when you talk about this is part of the sharing economy right For a long time we would never think that we would live in other people's houses but we do today through Airbnb So it's the same concept Some people still think that they would never wear someone else's clothes or where it's close to others have porn But more and more people are accustomed to that idea and now embracing it And we think that's the point of to drive the subscriber growth up over the coming years We think they'll double over the next few years which is what's going to help their sales triple based on our scenario analysis And she was looking at the stock here over the last 12 months 22 down to like 6 or $5 to share some of the markets It seems like it's kind of in a wait and see You show me the numbers and then I'll buy your stock Yeah absolutely That's where we are with recommerce today because the uncertainty around how many subscribers will stick and how many will join is still there Rent the runway they own the inventory right They basically buy the inventory and then they rent it out and they rent it out about 40 times before It's discarded So the value that they can make inherently over the course of those rental lifespan is huge and it's just a matter of consumers going out again really right People going to work People going out to parties celebrating That's what drives the business Yeah I mean I first came across this business because a lot of our younger producers and Bloomberg television they were doing it And I was like you know when it was explained to me I said this is a great model I'm not sure I'm not sure I would do it But it feels like something that the younger demos are pretty comfortable with Yeah absolutely I mean we've all kind of our office and we used to get all over the place It is more towards younger women Their target demographic you can call as women age 25 plus college educated working That's their target demographic And the reach is quite frankly massive I mean a 130 plus thousand consumers is a small fraction of their target market which they identified to be over 20 million women If they just take two three percentage points of that you're looking at a 5 times increase in subscriber base over time Well I'm thinking that there might also be an ESG angle here Like if I'm not buying all the clothes if I'm just renting them then I'm not throwing them out either Is that a play Absolutely The amount of clothing that we recycle is very little in the U.S. and across the globe So when you are buying something you're likely going to toss it out at some point in time When you are renting it or if you're buying a used garment which is also what rental when we does you actually can buy what you rent afterwards And you are saving in carbon emissions and water and you're essentially helping the planet And that's something that I know the younger generations are very much in favor of And that's why we've seen the rise of more recommerce blood apparel businesses whether it's poshmark thredUP or the runway they all play into the recommerce initiatives that support sustainability Is the bare case here that we're not going to go back to normal behavior or is there other models out there that might be holding it back competition maybe The only other competition that I could say is remotely close to this would be the poshmark and the startups of the world where you can buy used clothing but that's very different I think each of these models have a different perspective in mind When you think about renting clothes there are some specialty apparel retailers like Urban Outfitters also doing that But keep in mind that this is a bunch of runways for someone who wants access to designer brands and doesn't just want one brand right So you can say that you want anthropology Then you can go to Urban Outfitters and go ahead and run from them But if you want access to multiple designer brands run the runways really the only place you can get that today Fashioning stuff this does feel like a reopening story to me Put them boil Bloomberg's intelligence senior retail analyst joining us with a really interesting story rent the runway All right let's talk about one of the most fascinating businesses I came across during my Wall Street career and that is the cell phone tower business The thing that nobody wants in their backyard it turns out they're really good businesses and it is a global story Let's bring in Bloomberg intelligence European telecom analyst Eric Aaron just tell us explain to us how the economics of a tower company works How do they make their money Sure Paul so it's a very simple business model actually So it's more a real estate company So they go and lease land from private landowners And then eventually they develop the sites and mobile sites and then rent within that site after putting all the cumin and necessary infrastructure And then they land space land space to telecom carriers And you said this is quite it turns out to be quite an attractive business And it is And why Because it provides a long-term predictable inflation protected cash flow And investors love it So if you look at the multiples these invest these companies command it's available 20.

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"three years ago" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"three years ago" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"For Friday From NPR news this is all things considered I'm Alyssa nad warney And I'm Mary Louise Kelly Three years ago back in 2019 I sat down with Arthur Brooks the writer and social scientist and he told me about an experience he had had on a plane where he'd found himself seated in the row ahead of an older gentleman And he was talking to his wife and I was like I didn't mean to eavesdrop but I couldn't help but hear And he was saying he wished he were dead And I thought it was somebody who must have been really disappointed about his life But then at the end of the flight he stood up and I recognized him as someone who's really quite prominent and who'd done a lot with his life And I thought to myself what's he doing wrong In other words if this really prominent really successful person wasn't happy with his life what does it say for the rest of us trying to find purpose relevance even joy as we age Arthur Brooks had started noodling the question he had written a piece for the Atlantic a piece he has now turned into a book It is titled from strength to strength Arthur Brooks welcome back to all things considered Thank you Great to be with you So in the three years since I have seen you you clearly realized you had a lot more to say on this topic this topic of aging and finding success in later life Lay out for us the big question here exploring the book Well I started doing research Again I'm a social scientist but this is very personal This is me search more than research really What can we expect if we're trying to work so hard to build something with our lives And I found that half the population tends to get happier and happier after 65 or 70 and the other half of the population more or less starts to go back down And the group that goes back down often includes the strivers the people who have worked so hard because the party ends And look if you don't do anything or don't do too much with your life You don't know when it's over But if you've worked really hard to build things to meet your goals to get rewarded when it finishes it can be incredibly disconcerting Disappointing even devastating to people And that's what I found And so I went in search of the solutions to that problem to look at the people who had cracked the code And I think I found it Okay well before we get there because now you've wet my appetite but let me just make clear how you are framing this This is a conversation about the second half of life Which you are defining is when like what age I'm a little worried about your answer Well so it's actually quite interesting given the fact that we live so much longer than when I was a kid You know when I was little the average age to death for a man was 67 Now if you live I'm 57 years old And I'm in perfect health As far as I know and actuarial tables say that I have even odds of living past 95 So let's just say your adult life starts at 20 If that's the case you're in good health You can pretty much expect or you should expect to live to 90 In which case half of your adult life is over at 55 And that means you have the second half left starting at 55 And I will note this is fundamentally an optimistic book The title from strength to strength is not from feeble to feebler That is where your data your research has left you that you're optimistic about her later years Incredibly I mean I started it out It was pretty grim The man on the plane And I thought oh my goodness is this what we have to look forward to And I found that there are people who have cracked the code but more importantly that we don't have to leave happiness in the second half of life up to chance And furthermore that we can find a new kind of success if we're willing to make some jumps and some changes and show some humility and have an adventure that's better than the first half Before we get to how to crack the code can I just question the premise that there is in fact a code to crack I mean I'm thinking I can point to people in my field and journalism in politics in law all kinds of professions who are at the top of their game in their 50s and their 60s and their 70s and beyond Are they what outliers the exception that proves the role of what Generally speaking they are the ones who have found the secret to second half success In other words there's a different formula for succeeding in the early part of your life and career Then that which is actually the most appropriate for the second half It requires different skills and different emphasis and those people that we see in almost every profession that are thriving As they get older they're the ones who've been able to make the shift And just again for people thinking huh really I introduced you as a social scientist You're saying this based on data that you have gone through compiled and looked at Yeah absolutely To say secrets it makes it sound like there's some sort of hack No you got to do the work You can't just wish for it and you can't hope you get lucky And that's the point The point of the work that I'm doing is a social scientist is to not leave your happiness up to chance But to remarkably increase the odds by doing the work at 25 and 45 and 65 so that by the time you're 75 and 85 and beyond you're happier than you've ever been So how do we do it How do we increase the odds Well to begin with there's a very interesting set of findings that said that success early on is based on one of two types of intelligence The first is called fluid intelligence which gives you the ability to solve problems to crack the case to innovate faster and to focus harder than pretty much all the competition early on in your career This is your Elon Musk brain And this increases through your 20s and into your 30s but then it tends to decline through your 40s and 50s meaning that you need to move to the second kind of intelligence which is increasing in your 40s and 50s That even your 60s and we'll stay high for the rest of your life That's.

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"Asked Dell. Three years ago, Facebook gave a major overhaul to its news feed algorithm to boost what are called meaningful social interactions between friends and family. But the Wall Street Journal has seen documents that show within Facebook staffers warned that the change was having the opposite effect. It was making Facebook's platform angrier place. Top executives, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg didn't seem to mind kitsch. Hagi reporter at the Wall Street Journal, was on a team that broke the story. Keech What did you uncover? This was an algorithm change that Facebook made to its news feed in 2018 January 2018. And the idea was, they said they were trying to strengthen social bonds and bring people together and basically make people happier. Improve their mental health. By making them interact with their friends and family and a little bit less with professionally produced content, especially video, which at that point had really been exploding on the platform, and we're leading people to just kind of sit back in their chair and zone out for minutes and at a time And so Facebook said that they were doing this for mental health. Um, but we found in these documents that Well, okay, That may be true. But also they were doing it because I had a big business problem. 2017, which was engagement was dropping and they weren't really transparent about that part of it. Okay, so While maybe they weren't applauding publicly, perhaps behind the scenes, they were happy that they were Getting more interaction, even if it was angry interaction. I don't want to put words in your mouth. But is that so? Their goal? They had a stated goal, which was we're going to try to increase interactions. So we're going to create these new incentives. We're going to organize everything so that people interact more with each other, and especially interact with people closer to them. So they did that, through this formula of rewarding, you know, like was worth one point and reaction like an angry face. Emoji would be working. Five points and comments, which is the real thing those be worth 15 or even 30 points, And it was this emphasis on comments. Especially that was the problem. So it solve their problem. It turned around this declining comments. Um, but when you incentivize people to comment, and when that's how something gets pushed across the ecosystem. What ends up happening is the stuff that makes people basically fight online is disproportionately what does best and gets the most traffic. Yeah, she's We're speaking with hockey. Reporter at the Wall Street Journal. She's written a piece about how Facebook lacks the will or ability to address flaws in its platform. Um, so, as you said re sharing essentially made angrier voices louder. What is Facebook's reaction been to this series that you and the team have come up with here? So Facebook's big argument is on on this particular story is really two things. One. Um Hey, Division divisiveness fighting this all Listed long before Facebook. You can't lay all of this at our feet, which is fair. Although the documents that we have seen really show that this algorithm change made it worse, and the other point is any algorithm is going to have problems. Any algorithm is going to risk incentivizing some bad behavior, and that's why we have this integrity team. Um and Facebook's integrity team is basically a group of people who are there to try to undo the worst harms of the platform. And these are the people that we saw and the documents noticing the problems trying to fix them sort of waving their hands in the air, saying, You know, this stuff is making discourse worse, but they were unable to get a lot of the changes made at the very highest levels. Wow. Meaning what? Mark Zuckerberg? Exactly. So in particular 11 document that we saw you see, you see members of this team suggesting one very particular fix that would make some of these problems a little bit better. Her in their view and Mark Service bonded. He didn't really want to go abroad with this fix. So, yeah, we tested a little bit. We'll do it in a few categories like maybe civic and help content or we're okay with a few countries like Ethiopia in Myanmar, But we are not going to do this if it fundamentally hurts MSC meaningful social interaction, which is what the Algorithm was trying to optimize for and that right there. You see this unwillingness to make the trade off. Wow. So going forward has Facebook said it might attempt to change to its algorithm to try to say Undo some of the nastiness that appears on the feeds. It has been trying to do that. You know, we saw in the documents they had been making some changes. They were just small. And in fact, just a few weeks ago, they announced that they were going to as as part of an effort that they announced in the wake of January 6 to reduce the amount of political content generally in news feed. They were going to make a fix. That was very much like the one we saw, basically brought to Mark Zuckerberg a year and a half ago that he said no, thank you to, um so they are doing it. It's just, you know, that's a year and a half. So it's taking a long time. And it's very small changes. Which Hagee reporter at The Wall Street Journal 19 minutes in front of the hour on this morning. America's first news coming up next Michael Myers on a stormy beach in Texas..

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"Bridges, ports, airports, waterways, broadband, the things that make a difference in people's lives and will help get this economy moving forward. Wyoming Senator John Barrasso has also suggested that untapped covert relief funds could be used. The White House says Not much of that funding is available to be repurposed. A separate bipartisan effort is underway in Congress passing infrastructure plans through committees, But Democrats could also try to pass the president's proposal without Republican support. So, for now, nothing's a sure thing. And the question remains. Why is it so hard to pass an infrastructure bill, I think is a big piece of infrastructure that people just don't grasp because it just doesn't get that much attention. Which is that infrastructure is slow. Mick Mulvaney had several roles in the Trump administration, including Budget chief and acting White House chief of staff He's now a founder of Exodus Capital. And if you spend money today On a road or a bridge. It could be a 10 years before that rotor bridge gets built on gets really hard to sort of put into terms in politics is dangerous, for example, in some ways to do it, infrastructure Bill Because you get up and beat your chest after its side and say, Look what we did we? No, we fixed infrastructure. And then three years on, you know, families just a waiting in traffic to go to the grocery store and now angry that politician President Obama had a little bit of this trouble during the recovery act back after the last of the financial crisis. There's another aspect to by the way. The reason it takes along is the other reason it's hard to do, which is that the environmental regulation is so heavy on dust so burdensome on on the deals that that's what slows things down. The Democrats are not willing to change that. They simply cannot go to their environmental base. And there's a large portion of the Democratic Party that would be would be pro environment. We used to call them three others and so forth. I say, Look, we have to build these roads faster, so we're gonna change these these environmental regulations. That's never going to happen. If the Democrats have been willing to do that to three years ago, we could have had a two or $3 trillion construction of the president Trump. But the Democrats will never interested in making it easier to build those roads and those bridges. That's not a great answer to your question. But it's one of those subtleties that thinks Think gets lost in Washington, D C. One of the reasons that have instructions just that hard to do Well. Now we have the bite administration trying to broaden the definition definition of infrastructure, talking about things like human infrastructure and child care and elder care facilities and this sort of thing, but Who's really under more pressure in this situation is something else. I'm wondering because it could look bad for both sides in the upcoming midterms if no infrastructure improvements are past, But if there's no bipartisan deal Democrats may decide to go it alone, which is rescue as well. I think what you're going to see now is that they're going to try to do something bipartisan. I don't think that's going to get done The pressure. The answer. Your question, Who is the pressure on the pressure is always on the party in charge because it's not enough people take civics anymore to where they understand the legislative If you're in the White House, you could do stuff for a few. Nancy Pelosi. You can do stuff you control the Senate. You could do stuff and it's just that's not how Washington works. So the pressure is clearly on the Democrats this time around, just as it was on us last time. Do I think both. Parties get blamed for if you go into the election, Not really. I don't think people vote based upon infrastructure. I think they might vote people out who say they were gonna do something but didn't But if it falls apart entirely, I don't really think it changes the outcome of anybody's election. This administration has already broadened the definition of bipartisanship. Essentially by saying, You know, it's really support from the American people that they're talking about. Is that already coming back to bite this president, though, in terms of trying to get things done. You know, you make a great point, by the way about expanding the definition of what infrastructure means expanding the definition of what bipartisan means. I don't think people buy that. I really don't for the people who vote centrist. Whose swing back and forth between the Republican Party, the Democrat Party between Trump and buying, for example, those folks want to see get stuff done. Folks for hard Republicans or Democrats are probably more ideologically driven. This lump of voters in the center that everybody fights over Who does want to see something Get done. Perhaps probably doesn't doesn't buy this whole idea of, you know if it's by partners, and if enough people support it. Bipartisanship is bipartisanship. Most folks know what that means. Coming out of the pandemic. The job market is in a strange place. Millions of people still unemployed, but business is having trouble hiring. The administration insists it's issues like child care and health concerns. Lingering that are big factor and not The extra unemployment benefits from the federal government. What's your take on that? Let's find out. I mean, that's the beauty of the American system, right? Is that a governor in our governor in our state? For example, South Carolina looked at our hand over here found that we have 80,000 unfilled. Jobs in the state. He thinks in many in our state support this opinion that the hands to benefits are contributing to that It's making it less likely for people to want to go back to work. And if he's right, then we can prove that he's right. If he's wrong, then will be proven that he's wrong. If Illinois wants to extend their their their enhanced benefits, California wants to extend the enhanced benefits. Under the theory that that's the best way back to prosperity. They can try that. And if they're right, everybody will see it. If they're wrong, everybody will see it. So we do have a chance to go on, you know, let the states sort of experiment and see who's right. I happen to think that government master And the other Republican governors who are ending the extended benefits are correct. That if you make a is not just making more money by staying home if you make enough money by staying home that it sort of becomes really difficult to go to work. I was talking to a friend of mine the other day says..

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"In college that two and two choices to into 246 40 to 30 70 call. Now he call later or just sit back and listen. Whatever's good for you. Then we talk about a patient who comes to us. Woman who is separated. She's 54 years old. She's from Peru says that a very advanced cancer cancer eating through the skin growing through the skin matter, notes. She had an eight centimeter right breast cancer four centimeter excellently notes. She had lived funds in her armpit and under her breast. She had chemotherapy and she just did not want to have surgery or standard therapy. This is the woman she's 54 years old. She had a friend who came with her and three years ago. Shadow right breast cancer detected should've biopsy one of the biggest most famous hospitals in New York. Get a pet scan them or I and she started on chemotherapy and, well, the chemotherapy seemed to work. The patient thought that the results the beneficial results were from her putting olive oil and Salt on her skin, which I do not advocate. I don't believe she had planned surgery to remove the breast and she canceled at and she canceled all the treatment. And now the cancers growing back. With more pain, a large mass pet scan positive the skin opened up. So the cancer's eating through the skin and I saw her 78 centimeter Mass in the breast was open. Flashy, like raw hamburger, bleeding actively with pain and 45 centimeter lymph nodes in the armpit. This is the work that we do and well, she wanted our work for this cancer, breast cancer, massive cancer. Eating through the skin and the lymph nodes, erosion of the skin. She came this week after treatment shed our treatment only And well, Now she's in remission. Tumors in remission. The skin is healed up. The arm is better. By the way, her arm was swollen up from all those lymph nodes. Now our arm is better. The breast is batter the mass is gone. This is the work that we do every day, and we have a new breast cancer DVD and a new breast cancer book that to send you just give us a call at 212 choices. To get information to 12 choices in digits at numbers 212. 246 40 to 37 or you can come by, and many people do come by our office, 13 84, Broadway, Broadway and 38 Street in the heart of New York City. Times, Dr Liederman here for you. Whatever The woman is 86 years of very spry woman. She's 86, but she looks like she's 56 shed a sarcoma of her hand. And doctors at one of the biggest hospitals oven amputating her hand and they've amputated. Almost all of her hand or left hand has been almost all amputated for this sarcomas shit standard radiation and multiple surgeries. And she's a very spry woman, a very active woman and she resides in New Jersey. And she told me that in New Jersey If you don't have even one finger it one finger to be able to keep your driver's license and she's active and she's going all over the state and all over. And she needs to have this thumb and now sad to say standard radiation to the hand and surgery have left her without residual, recurrent sarcoma. And our surgeon wants to remove her hand and like I was talking about before. Seems like the surgeons were so hot to operate, and she is so adamant to keep this hand to keep her thumb and keep her going, and she has a prosthesis that fits on her hand. That makes her almost fully functional. She's very functional, Carry out is on all our normal activities, and she's so eager to keep her hand and that's why people come to us to keep their body keep their hand. Keep their breast, keep their throat, keep their brain keep their ear keep their nose and kidney and bladder and prostate. It Colin and bone and arm and leg. This is the work we do, and this is the work we do for this woman to keep her hand and treater with a surgeon. So one of the biggest hospitals in New York Want to amputate her whole hand, and we've seen that before. We talked earlier about a woman on another show, who certain 20 remover, most of much of her hand for a big skin cancer affecting her middle finger. Three hospitals in New York. You can see it to your picture in our office will send you a picture if you want, and she came here and she's now in remission. Complete remission. No evidence of cancer. So I have Lots of experience, even treating cancers of the hand. But I'm such a Liederman will be right back. When Dr Lieberman came to New York, from Harvard 97% of Women in New York were losing their breasts as breast cancer treatment. But 90% of Dr Lieberman's patients with breast cancer we're keeping their breasts. Dr Lieberman and outspoken advocate of breast saving therapy educated women about choices. Toe arm, every woman about breast cancer choices. Breast Saimon whenever possible, and it Side when every hospital thought standard radiation was okay. Dr. Lieberman had a better idea. Innovative Doctor Liederman First bought brain radiosurgery to New York and body radiosurgery to America. Meet Dr Lieberman.

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"Three years ago on the national anthem and areas today, telling his team to stop playing the anthem for games at the American Airlines Center. Morning from our Mercedes Benz Airplane out sports says Come Steve Lamb, Cuban said last night. He is instructed the team to stop playing the national anthem, and he's got a point. If you're one of those who's not in your seat of the sporting event when the Ethan's being played We'll need to look in the mirror, he said. He made the decision. It was all his made it back in November. The Mavericks didn't announce the new policy. But Cuban was allowed to enact it because the MBA has permitted teams to run their pregame. Operations as they see fit because of the league, said it was the unique circumstances they're facing this season. Last June, Cuban was a guest on ESPN re expressed support for players who need were kneeling during the national anthem. As a former protest that they were taking a knee and they were being respectful. Be proud of them, You know, hopefully, you know, I joined them because I think we've learned a lot since 2017. I think we've evolved as a country when our players in the MBA do what's in their heart What they do what they feel represents who they are and look to move this country forward when it comes to race relationships. I think that's a beautiful thing, and I'll be proud of them. Dallas is believed to be the only team in the MBA that has abandoned the anthem at home games. Other teams have continued to play. Recorded versions of the song. The anthem hasn't been played before any of the Mavericks 13 preseason Our regular season games. This season. That's your look at sports. I'm Steve Lamb. Yes, Before we go, Did you see With the New England Patriots tweeted About Tom Brady. How did you see this? No, I did. Please come back. What do you do when you lose your number One employee. And he goes and has the ultimate success. You're mad. It was. So what do you How do you handle it? I? I don't know. I don't know how you handle it. Handle it one way and one way only and that is with class. The New England Patriots tweeted after that Super Bowl win for the Buccaneers. Congratulations to the greatest of all time. That was from the team. Yes. Wow. It's awesome. That is classy. Is it? Not regulations? They're great all time. So because of that is Cam Newton holding out next season. I think so. Yes. Yes, Isabella check or the owner can never remember that. Yeah. Have they said anything? No, not yet. And I'm glad they haven't. You know, let this be Tom Brady stage for now. You know, don't don't make it about The Patriots are about him. Just handle it with class. Thought That was a classy way to do it or is very classy. I'm just kind of wondering. I think they will eventually. Okay. The question is, then how does the Patriot fans now? Feel about Bella check, right. And Yeah, Crazy. Is that craft craft that they looked at him and go. What were you thinking? Yeah, I'm sure they did, By the way, stupid. Just got word that Cam Newton is holding out for a new right shoulder. S so that's that's what he's holding. That's good. Throwing a lot of these good. Yes. How have a covered full of Kraft macaroni and cheese? Can't remember. Remember, the guy's not now? Yeah, And how about the fact that he says that we heard from Bob Crane? No, not in years. They finally did Did they figured out who killed him? Exactly hurt? Because if I've.

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"three years ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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07:07 min | 1 year ago

"three years ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Stop. We'll get the rest this in a minute. Is that right? Byron? Is this the best quarterback matchup in the history of the Super Bowl? In terms of brand names. I think you could make that case because there's never been anybody bigger than Brady. And my homes is the best young quarterback we've ever seen in terms of talent. I mean, this isn't Brady from even three years ago. This isn't that m V p level guy. So I I would disagree there, but, yeah, brand names. We've never seen anything like this in the Super Bowl. I don't think unless 100 your utter disrespect for Trent Dilfer versus Kerry Collins is not going to be something I'm gonna be okay with you the rest of this show because for you to just overlook that Super Bowl, um that's saying a lot, man. Montana Elway. I know the game didn't play out. Well, when you look back at some of the matches we had in history, didn't we get Montana Marino as well? Those are some big boy matchups. Real big boy matches. But, yeah, I mean, that speaks to what Muhammad speaks more to the homes and Brady because Brady's places already solidified the fact that we're already looking at my homes in this light says a lot about what he's been able to do with Kansas City. And what could Kingsbury failed to do with him at Texas Tak? Matt Matt. Real quick it would that be the most impressive win in his career for you? I can say to be tomorrow. I definitely think so. I think this would be if it's you know, maybe his first Super Bowl people didn't see it coming quite as quickly But to me, I not only had I written him off. Is winning the Super Bowl outside of New England earlier this year. At times it looked like his career was over. There was a period of a few games What looked like he didn't even have an arm anymore. And like you wondered, and for him to go and win and beat my homes, and I'm not saying that statement is wrong. I mean, I'm Sort of partial to Peyton Manning versus Rex Grossman. But everybody has their Super Bowl quarterback battle that they like, but I'm that was a strong statement. All right, so again, we're going through and we've got six more. Seven more teams. The quarterback, the quarterback. Franchises that will have a different starter next year than this year. We went through Green Bay. Let's talk about the Bears for a second. Joe Mitch to Robiskie played well at the end of the year. Pretty well. Did they go and give him another chance? Is he kind of like When I was in school, and people kept getting lice, and we just couldn't get it out of our class room or or is it like, or is he gonna are they gonna go somewhere else? Interesting analogy. I'll just leave that where it lies. The current moment of transition back to the Bears. The right decision would be to move on from Mitchell Travis Key, which means the Bears will be bringing him back and starting him. In week one. The Bears have no idea what they're doing none whatsoever. Which is a shame, because, like usual, they're going to take a top 10 defense and they're going to find a way to not do anything with it. Travis Key had a nice run. Hopefully, he can catch on as a backup elsewhere. And maybe that will be his calling in the NFL moving moving along, But at the end of the season, he played a bunch of nobodies, and he put up good numbers. Then he ran into the Packers. He didn't put up good numbers. Then he ran into the Saints, and he stuck. That's ultimately what happens. He can't play on the big stage against the best teams. But maybe he can put up some decent numbers against bad teams. So ultimately, his place down the line is as a backup quarterback somewhere, And maybe he could have another 10 to 11 year career hanging on in that spot of blame, Gabbert could do it. Mitchell to visit. He could do it, so the Bears are moving on. That's my opinion. Well to me. You gotta shoot for the moon, though. If you're the bears, If you can get Watson, I understand Do it. You did. If it's Jared Goff. It's not as easy for me if I can get into the playoffs through the NFC North with Mr Vicky is my quarterback. Maybe I do stick with him because I don't know that I have this definitive upgrade. What if you get Matt Stafford? I have to think hard about that because I think trade him in division. They wouldn't but I'd have to think about it. I'm just saying you can get into the playoffs of Mr Biscuit right now, if you're talking about winning a couple games, that's not Jared Golf. That's too Shawn Watson. That is a different caliber to me of quarterback that you've got to have accurate as a bears fan to me. You either stick with Mitch. Too risky or in drafts or draft someone Or get to Shawn Watson. It's not worth going and finding a marginal upgrade, because that's not going to do what you need to do for the franchise. What about a guy like Garoppolo? Would you want to go with Garoppolo? If you were I could be talked into girl could be talked into Garoppolo, but I still feel like I'm gonna end up disappointed. I still feel like it's gonna be like Jay Cutler getting brought in. It seems good on the surface. And it ends up not happy. Let's assume Kirk cousins back due to cap reasons. It's Stafford Stafford done in Detroit, Myron Yeah, that's it. That's it. They're gonna part ways, but but they still gotta make the numbers work to. They've got to find the right spot for him and figure all that out. But he won't be back stabbers not interested in eating kneecaps, and that's ultimately gonna be his one way ticket out. It's biting the caps fighting. I'm sorry. Sorry I don't want to get that was about to say the phrase Etienne kneecaps is one I'm not so much worse, right? So much worse than what I suggested You have Got. Gestion issues. San Francisco with Jimmy Garoppolo The rands with Jerry golf. Let's assume Russell Wilson and collar Marry her back. San Francisco and L A Joe, which way do you think those two teams go? You already think that Jimmy G things done yet? Niners? They're done with Garoppolo. It's time to move on. He just can't stay healthy. I don't think they hate him. No one hates him. It's just not working out. They've got to try something else. So he's gone. I think golf's gone in l A, too. I have never seen it like they're trying to move on from this guy. There. They are not doing anything the bolster their leverage. Usually it's Hey, we would never trade golf. We love him. He's a hard worker. They're out there and they're like. Nah, we're not interested. We're not feeling it. It's like man there intentionally driving down the price, so I think they're going to find a way to go in a different direction. I think they're tired of Jared Golf. It's interesting Meyer with Jared Golf, you and I've talked about this three of us to talk about some off here. For a variety of reasons. I've kind of heard a lot from RAM staff members, and they were very anti golf for a long time. And so it's not surprised privately, so it's not surprising to me It's starting the leak out publicly, because I think this is something they felt for a while, which is crazy because they were just in the Super Bowl a couple years back. Yeah, If if Carson Wentz hadn't happened this year, we'll be talking about Jared Golf in his contract like that. That would have been the main story line. But we were too busy talking about winds. It's It's amazing how quickly this can change from big contract. Super Bowl too. You're not the answer, Which is why I think the dish on Watson conversation is such a big one for all these teams because they think he could be that guy for 5 to 7 years, And yet we've watched winds We've watched Jared Golf, even Garoppolo guys who have their stock pretty high a couple years ago, and now they're gonna be looking for a new home. Here's what's amazing. Adam Schefter is number of quarterbacks franchise with a new starting quarterback was 18. We've picked 16 definitive, no doubt. And then there's about three or four. Maybe so I think 18 probably is the number That is the over under. It's kind of unbelievable. Now the MBA is on ESPN radio. You continue tonight as LeBron in the Lakers will visit Jason Tatum and the Celtics presented by indeed. Coverage begins at eight Eastern on most ESPN radio stations and 8 30 Eastern on ABC quickly..

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

"three years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To be used for someone's castle. I asked her if she wasn't afraid. Given the heavy police presence. They can't put everybody in jail. So there are many people on. I don't think that we have enough jails to put everyone in there. But even as we were talking, there were arrests of protesters, including Navalny's wife, Yuliya. The protests were to be across the country, Lucy and what's the turnout? Been like another places. Scott has just been incredible, really a wave of protests rolling across Russia's vastness today, beginning In the Pacific port of Vladivostok, seven time zones away from Moscow and then just sweeping across the rest of the country, including many smaller provincial cities. What's important to note here is that Navalny is the first real national opposition leader. Three years ago, he was barred from running for president against Vladimir Putin. But what he did succeed in doing was opening campaign offices across the country. He traveled too far flung cities, and he really behaved like a real national politician. His following is national and people follow him on Social media. Well, and that brings up Tic Tac because today's actions were promoted on Tic Tac is that turned out more young people? Absolutely. Tic Tac has played a huge role because of The Balinese following among young people, he speaks their language. He knows their means. And he's constantly putting out new content on social media. Even from jail. His team is working. The video that his team released this week on Putin's alleged secret palace has been viewed more than 60 million times since Tuesday on YouTube, tic TAC and other social media. We're told by authorities to take down content calling on young people to attend these illegal rallies, but That doesn't seem to have had much effect and may have given the protests even more publicity. NPR's Lucian Kim in Moscow Thanks so much. Thank you, Scott. You're listening.

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"three years ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"First jump was three years ago for his 1/100 birthday. That's the very latest. I'm Jim. Now this Bloomberg Sports Update Garrett Cooper blasted a solo home run off. You Don't wish to break a scoreless tie in the seventh inning, and the Miami Marlins beat the Chicago Cubs to nothing, completing Miami's wild card round series sweep. Marlins, who won Wednesday. Series opener 5 to 1 move on to face the Braves in the National League Division series in Texas Craig Stamina and eight fellow relievers combined on a four hitter and a brilliant record setting effort. Getting San Diego afford. Nothing went over ST Louis and a two games to one win in their National League wildcard. Siri's San Diego wins a postseason series for the first time since 1998. When they beat used in the division, Siri's in Atlanta for the National League pennant and then swept in the World Series by the Yankees. The nine pictures marked the most used in a nine inning shut out of any big league game since at least 1901 terrible night for the Cardinals. Not only are they eliminated, but they also learned of the passing of home of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson. Who died at 84 after a bout with cancer. The Los Angeles Lakers taken two games to none seriously in the MBA finals, beating the Miami Heat won 24 to 1 14. Miami played without two key starters, point guard Goran Drug and Sender Bam Auto Bio. A National Football League is rescheduled the Titans home game against the Steelers for weeks seven amid a Corona virus outbreak within the Tennessee organization within the last few days. The contents was to be played Sunday before several Titans players and staff members tested positive for covert 19, forcing the team to indefinitely closed its facilities. 12 time champion Rafi on the dull and women's top seed Simona Halep advanced to the fourth round of the French Open with easy winds. Nadal needed just 95 minutes to dispose of Stefano Travel Yah in straight sets, while Jalape extended her winning streak to 17 matches with a six love 61 victory over American Amanda Andi. Some over With a Bloomberg Sports update. I'm town Rogers. Welcome to your opinion on Bloomberg Radio. Bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions Worldwide Team of editors and column This I'm your host. June Grosso. This week out Bernie Sanders and AOC of change their tune. Also on the show why conservatives care more about the Supreme Court plus unified government is looking more likely but first earlier this month, Robert Redfield,.

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"three years ago" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on KOMO

"Crash in Highway three. Heading north found your old Clifton Road northeast old Clifton Road. They're the right lane there blocked due to that collision. Our next report is a 1 50 for Kevin Smith come about traffic. Temperatures today only getting to the mid to upper sixties thanks to all that smoking that marine layer that's out there still working on that, But it's kind of gray and murky and most place and has certainly smell the smoke in the air. Bad air quality. You want to stay inside today, one more day before we really start cleaning out the air on Monday and Tuesday in the comer of the cinema turns on the news. Start your engines and they're off back to a r auto expert. Nick Miles. This is Kamo news. All right, welcome back to the show. We're gonna pick up where we left off. Lost Erin, By the way, if you want to hear the whole show our auto expert dot com try and push their entire fleet Electric eventually. Well, so what They really said back there when I was three years ago was that every new old new vehicle family that will be announced by 2019 and onwards. We have a leak. One electrified variant That's pretty low girdle. That means anything from a mild hyper enough. But the reality is that almost everything that they come out. We'll have all sorts of powertrains versions from a mild, hyper into a plug in hybrid to an all electric and then, of course, we've got the pole star brand, which effectively owned by the same people as a Volvo. And under the skin. They're all the same. But post are building forward will be strictly all electric will be no high grade. No miles high break, no plucking, hyper go anything other than pure electrical and forward to the pole Star brand so global will offer a version of the stain. So, for example, this new X 40 compact SUV is really the same car under the skin. Asked the pole star to pull start to get a slightly different tuning. So do you have more horsepower, and it'll be a little more fans here, But at the end of the day, we're talking about his interest in the same vehicle under the skin, and you'll see a lot more that there will be coming out over the next handful of years without leaving one new all electric model every single year. All right. It's finally talk about my favorite subject. Tesler disastrous July. Tesla's seems to recover in August somewhat, and that seems to be mainly thanks to Germany. That's right. So we just got the most of the numbers from the European markets where the governments are very good at reporting monthly sales, and after her, really, really, or several months, A pretty in the entire year is horrible for Tesla in Europe in July was the worst month of them all. They find the universe on rebound, and we saw it in Germany there sold over 2700 units of the model three there, for example, in a couple of other countries. Most notably the Netherlands and Switzerland to have a spare strong sales for being the Middle Month reporter as you may or may not know the test, bloodstains in Europe tend to be so heavily geared to the last month of the quarters, so we would expect such strong numbers for September. But it turns out that little bit stronger than expected. And, of course, if they all they did was pull cells away from September to August. Well, then it's the end of the day when the final verdict of the quarter will have been rendered. That won't be quite as impressive, but for now, anyway, there ahead of what we expected them to be just a few short weeks. Does the future look bright for Tesler? Or is it still a little in question? Well, Castle searchable felons units as long as they can lower their Francis because Tess lads in winning at every step of the way to sacrifice profit margins in favor of meeting a higher units Sales goals. And almost every quarter. They tend to have more than one significant price cuts on one model or the other brothers from our last model ex Model three of the model I So they keep lowering their prices in order to remove the sales. And I would expect that to happen here yet again very, very soon, and then lower prices they can. They can sell more units just like any other product in society. But strangely enough they have they have not seemed Tio make a profit yet, which to me with the yellow? Your price of the unit have made a profit. That may be a topic for another time. It's always amazing to have you on the show, Anton Aunt. Congratulations. By the way, Anton is going to be moving to Puerto Rico, which I think in the future, which is really exciting. And now I have a place to vacation, which is going to be even more exciting. You can read the majority of his stuff at the street. Or seeking Alfa. He's an independent analyst and tone woman read his stuff. It will educate you stand by. We're gonna talk luxury British luxury next Keep listening. Nick Miles are auto expert is moments away on common news. 1000 and 97 7 joined parents and experts and understood.

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"three years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"2020 more pushback. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News President Trump saying a story in the Atlantic magazine where unnamed former administration officials say, among other things, he did not want to visit a World War cemetery on the Paris trip three years ago. Our false it was a foggy, rainy day, the president said. It was a security issue due to the long dry said Nope. I want to go. I insist on going It would have taken us forever, the Paris police said. Please, you can't do this. But another former White House official who spoke to Fox News says the account in the Atlantic is true regarding the French trip to mark the end of World War one. According to this former official, the president was not in a good mood. French President Macron had said something that made him mad. He questioned why he had to go to two cemeteries. Why do I have to do too? His staff explained he could cancel, but he was warned they the press are going to kill you for this. The president was mad as a hornet when they did, according to this source offices. Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says that the reporters through the president Oh's military families an apology. Well, the president and his challenger, picking up more law enforcement endorsements. This week, Fox News obtained a list of more than 175 former and current state attorneys, general U. S attorneys, sheriffs and police officers. Among those supporting Joe Biden, former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, who served under President Obama. Noble Ray, retired chief of police in medicine. Wisconsin slam President Trump as lawless The president got the endorsement of the Fraternal Order of Police today and the National Association of Police Organizations last month. Rachel Sutherland boxes to Missouri men that are believed to be members of the militia are facing federal firearms charges. After traveling to Kenosha with guns, ammunition, Michael Carmo and Cody Smith were found with rifles, shotguns and tactical gear. America is listening. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listen to the tray. Gowdy podcast with the country is a centre or center. Right country racing to the edges is a recipe for what we have right now, which is division. And of course, we're told the Senate is where the adults are of the 50 States. Nine by my count have both Republican and a Democrat senator not describing Listen now by going a Fox news broadcasts. Dotcom America is listening to Fox News. You're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable and we always speak our mind. We may be separated by issues, but we're united by a common truth. America's ultimate power eyes in her people. Democracy 2020. It's in your hands. Fox News America is taking a look at KSFO traffic.

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"three years ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"O Okay, we'll get to your calls in a moment, but we have another Sound by Oh, sorry Video, this time for all of you on YouTube from the president in the Rose Garden. A fabulous fabulous presser. I was with the president today shed a little bit about our time in the Oval Office will give you another sign about the silent bite off that later. But this is the president. Talking about the stakes involved and Biden his reputation in the last Five decades. Erich play video cut, too. So Biden was here for 47 years, eight years the last eight years, not long ago, his vice president, he said. One in five miles of our highways are still in poor condition. What? We're doing a good job, and I was, but Why didn't he fix him three years ago? Why didn't he fix him? Tens of thousands of bridges are in disrepair. And on the verge of collapse. It's probably not the right number, but We have bridges. It should have been fixed. Why didn't he fix him? There was a great years with President Obama. Why didn't they fix him? Tens of thousands of bridges? This is what he wrote high speed broadband. We want high speed were why didn't he get it three years ago is not a long time, and I didn't do any of the things. But now, he says, he's going to be president as president. He's going to do all the things that he didn't Dio never did never did anything except make very bad decisions, especially on foreign policy. So Joe Biden and President Obama freely allowed China to pillage our factors, plunder our communities and steal our most precious secrets. And I've stopped it largely, but I've stopped it. Think about that one point the president made at the very beginning of that little video. What a workout. You're being told. The American people are being told in every press release in every stage press event with Biderman with Pelosi with Schumer with a O C. The horse women of the Democrat Apocalypse. Hey, we're gonna fix it. We're gonna fix it. Whatever it isthe jobs, the economy. Healthcare schools will fix it all. And Biden's the man. But what is button been doing For the last 47 years. Was he a businessman building beautiful buildings towers. Golf courses. Resorts open up, opening up in beautiful clubs in Florida in Scotland. Running a TV show for 14 seasons, the likes of which we've never seen in terms of its success. No. He was a politician. And he didn't fix Any off those things, but trust him now. Now he'll fix it. In the 48th year. He'll fix it the lions, their hacks don't go for the con. It's a shell game. They made it worse for 50 years. And we can't let them make it worse. After November. Let's take another call Our good friend. Columbus, Ohio J. R Line to welcome back J. R. See that? It's a really bad line. Are you driving somewhere? Jr Actually, you're you're on Bluetooth or something You need to know. But first we need to get your Patriot Mobile phone, Jr. What do you want? Is it steam powered? Is it rubber band power? You didn't wind it up enough. Well, I can. All right. We're going to give you 10 seconds with see if it works. I'm going. Go ahead talking, okay? Wait, wait. We can't. We can't We can't we come, Jr. We're gonna have to call you back. We says what it says on the screen. I wanted to talk to you because, he says, where he is in Columbus, Ohio people While getting fed up. They've had enough with the crazies with the antics off the left. Well, in that case, are you going to moan? Are you going to complain? Or are you actually going to do something about it? We'll get J. R back. Let's try and call him back. In the meantime, ask yourself the question. That is triggered in a good way by J s point. Do you think it's wrong to burn churches? You think it's wrong? That you Khun Goto WalMart, but not To church. Are you just going to think it's wrong? Where are you going to do something about it. Are you going to help us Re elect the president? Are you going to stand up and call out the liars, the crazies and the radicals? When they say racist things about you. When you have people say, oh, the Trump base their white supremacists. What do you do? Just Say nothing. Stay safe. Like the president. Be like Jim Jordan, like Governor Huckabee. Jennifer hold Who's next? In the meantime, support a great American support the man Oh, no, we don't No sorry support. What I take every day, its balance of nature from Dr Douglas Howard. Literally health in that your hand. Six little capsules Red for fruit, green for vegetables that when you take them like I do, you will be taking 10 servings. 10 servings off T one different fruits and vegetable. Not nobody on the planet. Tibetan monks and monasteries in the Himalayas. Don't eat that healthily. But you could If you take balance of nature.

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"three years ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the Bronx New York ten to seven Michigan state would believe Rick Forrester the newer down the sideline for the whole day in the Bronx is not always been the case here the fence right all the snow and frigid temperatures with today just over cast fifty degrees so very comfortable for both Michigan state and Wake Forest in wake coming into this game had dropped three of their last four just to make it to the postseason might find a way to play exciting games and won three straight bowl games and this is their fourth consecutive gold trim first time that's happened at Wake Forest history but his ball games three years ago Memphis the Birmingham bowl Texas a and M. within the belt twenty seventeen and twenty sixteen Terry bowl in these these are all tight games and Wake Forest has really developed a way to find their way to win the scan and then only speaks to the quality of coaching Chris you know they've got a couple weeks to work on this to get it together it's only the regular season we got a couple of days to take a look at film of your opponent for the week before so they had weeks to study Michigan state to see what they've done and as you mentioned in the previous polls and they're against good teams close games but they figured out a way to win and you have to point to coaching when that happens you know you look at Dave Claussen's career and his overall record is sixty eight seven thirty six and thirty nine at Wake Forest but that doesn't tell the story everywhere he spent his build the program into a winner at Richmond the Florida Bowling Green on second down to start the second quarter will work he throws left in its incomplete intended for Julie informed that it was a double coverage mac today plus and this is the sixth season first two seasons he was three nine since that time he's post a winning record every single year up to as you said before eating for with the potential for being only the third team and wait for a's football history they started back in the eighteen eighties to win nine games in a season which would state facing a third temporal eleven yard line what his final collegiate start the thirty eight it's a three year starter at Michigan state has got troops left him with the Texas now here comes the blood flow working stepped up in the pocket once the one with which to tackle the some into the middle linebacker made the stop me does pick up five to give a little bit more breathing room send a linebacker is a tackling machine he's one of these guys that that not only can force the run up the middle but he's got great sideline to sideline speed leading tackler on this team and as I sense they're dropping back in the past coverage and then recovering to make the tackle before the work he was able to get the first down marker Jake heart Parker the senior on the points get back it is two yard line boots that away good straight on it spiraling back to the thirty seven yard line by Kendall Hinton of Wake Forest and that's where the demon deacons will get the football forty seven yard punt and no return football is tomorrow on ESPN radio the college football playoff semifinal should fully peach bowl number one L. issue against number four Oklahoma followed by the college football playoff semifinal at the police station Fiesta Bowl words number two Ohio state against number three point six coverage begins at three PM eastern right here on the exclusive home of the college football playoff ESPN radio and ESPN Wake Forest with a first down running and runs right up the gun in the pile for just about your take your pick on the tackle for Michigan state there were about five of them in there okay Carney was a great recruit for Wake Forest local kid North Carolina he was so good in high school he rushed for nineteen hundred yards as a freshman in high school so they were happy to keep him back and he is certainly produce for four years for you'll get the call on second down where the line this time out to a forty one yard line to pick up for Thompson on the stock Carney has been such a valuable member of this offense really grinds out the yard only three point nine to carry this season but it's the tough yards when they need it here's Newman to throw throwing deep down the right side in the double coverage an incomplete intended for Stephen log and Wake Forest for the first time goes was there on the coverage Chris you haven't seen yet much of Jamie Newman in the run game and we talked about before that he just he's almost five hundred yards rushing six touchdowns we know he was being done let's say you didn't play the last game against Syracuse and I'm wondering whether he's still not a hundred percent looking like he's favoring his right leg a little bit right now also just as.

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"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

11:35 min | 3 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"Looking at you and there was one who was missing a foot and I feel like it's so prophetic like you're gonna be here. It's going to be hard but look at me. I'm making it and you're GONNA make too. I agree I so I so agree with what you're saying and it's interesting because that little banana seats with banana. Keep Bird and every day I saw him and it was. I appreciate it as a moment in nature and then I also really after the fact. I think you're so right. It was prophetic. A friend of mine read my book and she does ceramics and she actually made me a little banana. Keep Bird because it just thought that was such a moment in the book and I feel grateful that she did that. I wonder if birds are signs for you. Now when you see one that reminds you of that bird do you. Do you think of think of him or her. I absolutely do because it is pretty small. It looks kind of like a chicken in the United States. If you've seen it chickeny And so you know you can look up your spirit animal native American Lore and things like that and mine is actually a woodpecker and so I think maybe birds are some kind of connection to a very peaceful with them and I love it. Yeah whenever you're going to we're going to have to keep in touch when it comes to you you have to let let me know and let my we have a believers in signs group on facebook so you have to let us now. 'cause THAT'S A. I think it's definitely a fine for you. I think I will definitely join the and everyone. No it's it's just so positive I They're to me. They're assigned a positive energy and world and I feel like I am still here on the planet to be a representative of positive energy to just put positive energy out into the world and help other people recognize that they have positive energy to put out in the world to I love it. I love your your message. Because as Taipei people disruption is not typically welcomed that all I got firsthand but you had to embrace it and you learn so much from embracing it so if you could talk about all that you learned about the power of disruption which is a great title thank you very much. I learned five. Probably five things that have really stuck with me throughout this whole process and one of them is to trust your tribe. Every one of us has a tribe of family of loved ones of people that we have yet to meet and much wider circle. That will actually will never meet. Who are connected to ones that we know and all of them show up unannounced right when we need them and we just have to be willing to allow them to show up and allow them to offer their help support and positive energy on our behalf. It is not was not easy for me to always receive that I was used to being a giver and when I didn't have a choice but to receive it I was overwhelmed in the best way possible by mine tribe resident. Yes that's such a good lesson. My husband always. He always is telling me that I won't ask people for like I'm happy to help them. Happy to give but I can never ask people for our favorite so hard for me and he always reminds me to let people help. It's such a good lesson you and I are cut from the same cloth from the same cloth The second lesson for me. I mentioned actually a little earlier. I had to surrender to silence. I I literally the most powerful thing that I did to regain control over. My situation was to be quiet and the act of being quiet actually took the most control. So I'm not normally quiet as I said before. And being able to relax and quiet was very restorative for me in really. I felt like it gave me a chance to reconnect with myself. Because when there's this thing about when you are your own company you can't really run away so that was. It was really important for me to recognize in silence that I had to be present with myself and not fake. That not. Put that as a checklist item okay. Now's my time to do. This now is my time to do this. I just needed to be part of the world. The third one is live in the now so I'm a person who has always been able to cite every sing on her outlook calendar readings at a time and wile those tendencies are still present. Because I like to be organized. What I have recognized is that I was so busy being in every scheduled moment that I didn't actually appreciate to the degree that I should have all of the moments that were taking place and I just think that's really powerful and and probably one of the most important things because life life does not revolve around great moments right life revolves around the moments that catch US unaware. Those are actually. Wow Yeah it's so true so alike. Have everything planned out. And then I have to remember to take a moment. Appreciate grateful for those funny unexpected moments of Joy. I completely agree and enjoy. I think is is a key. Word there. I've often been in conversation with people where I was in conversation with them but actually thinking to whatever was coming up next and I really try hard not to do that anymore because everybody WanNa make sure that we're connecting yes. It's great the other two are let the universe have your back so we talked a little bit a little while ago. I just had to trust. I did not have a choice I would have died. I mean in medical care. We had no idea what was going to happen next. And we just had to trust that the universe had our back and that we were going to be taken care of in the right way and that we would be able to move forward no matter what happened and that that's important you know. Let the universe have your back. It's not just that the universe has your back which is critical right. We have to recognize that moved but to actually let the university that we had to let people help us. We had to let the storm that was taking place. Be Part of our life because it cleared out a lot of junk that really wasn't necessary for us and and we could move onto the next best thing. Yeah then the last one going back to what you said about joy celebrating those moments of joy. I think that we all have to be brave enough to actually go for our joy. easier said than done right. I think it is. I think it goes back to the idea that we talked about earlier. About self worth and we're believing that we are enough. It's difficult to be joyful. If we don't believe that we're we're we're supposed to be or doing something that we're supposed to be doing and I have as most people do. I feel joy on behalf of other people all the time and I love to celebrate what brings them joy but sometimes I would put that second for myself and I would put my own joy at the expense of others and what I've come to appreciate. Is that going for for my joy recognizing and celebrating. It is not an act of arrogance. It's not a negative self indulgent type moment it's self-indulgence of the highest order. Because when I am joyful or joy filled I can put that out into the world in a way that has no end. Yes you're putting out good energy that other people catch you're doing you're not being selfish. You're actually being quite quite magnanimous. Is that the word by being joyful reporting airports good energy everywhere no I want I think so too and I want to be really clear here because there is a a switch that gets turned on and and life is. You Know Sunshine and rainbows. Life is life is hard. We have enough to do while. We're here we? We will run into problems and we will have to overcome great obstacles that we won't understand. We won't like that will be painful. That will be uncomfortable. That's okay it's that isn't going to change those disruptions. The catastrophes of life will never go away but when we recognize that we already have within us what we need to navigate through them to get over those hurdles to move from here to there. We've already one and we've already taken a giant step forward in figuring out what's going to happen next perfect mom so glad that you're healthy and you're here in that year is spreading this message. Your work wasn't done in and I I think it's it's divine that you were selected to deliver this message brought. This had to happen the way it happens so that you could learn this lesson and help others. Thank you for saying that I. So I'm so appreciative of the opportunity to have conversations like this one and two to share to Sarah. My message of You. You can't there is power in disruption and you can't get through that and I so appreciate your support and doing that. Thank you for of course thank you and you're so generous. You're going to give away five copies of your book physical copies or the kindle version. Either one okay. Very generous people just have to go to your facebook page and comment on the relevant post the giveaway posts. So if you could tell everyone where to find you on all social media at Susan Cross writer perfect in that on facebook and are you on instagram. Yes I am same thing at Susan. Cross writer w our. It are perfect and your website. Is Susan Dash Cross Dot Com right? Yes it is perfect so I will put all of this in the show notes and I can't thank you enough. Thank you so much for having this conversation with me. I've really enjoyed getting to know you too. Thank you so much for listening to science from the other side you can find me firm lerone on all social media at Fern Rene R. O. N. A. Y. A. Love hearing from you and I love hearing your stories of signs and if you would like to hear more episodes of this show please be sure to subscribe in Apple podcasts. Thank you again and sweet dreams..

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"three years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I had it all three years ago boy wow I mean that is you can hear in her voice yeah she's furious how frustrating it is yet she released a statement yesterday because ABC had to back pedal on this she said as a journalist the obscene story continue to one full last summer I was caught in a private moment of frustration I was upset that an important interview I conducted with Virginia Roberts didn't care because we could not obtain sufficient corroborating evidence to mate ABC's at a story all standards about her allegations ABC said at the time out of all reporting met our standards there but we never stopped investigating the story ever since we had a team on this investigation and substantial resources dedicated to it that work has led to a two hour documentary documentary and six part podcast that will air in the new year journalistic standards this from the same network that brought out uncorroborated allegations against Brett Kavanaugh in the middle of his confirmation remember that also remember they were the ones then when the fighting broke out in Syria they put some war footage on there claiming it was from Syria and the bombings that we're going out in the innocence there were being killed we later come to find out that forty four G. footage was actually from a military gun range in Kentucky generation yeah I mean this is just well and the way that they I mean we have that video on our blog I'll put it back up but the way that they modified it as well yeah what is it I mean they they downgraded to the quality of the video so you couldn't really make out what was going on other than the fact you saw a lot of Big Bang flash boom stuff going on but they also said we use them yeah they squeeze then and if you look at that the lay out of there they're broadcast on the actual screen the banner that gives you the headlines of the story they're doing covered up all of the people that were sitting in their lawn chairs holding their phones up filming the demonstration because it was family day at the military gun range they wanted to show the stuff they could make go boom is like a fireworks display yeah they actually squeeze down the video and then low on the lower banner that sits across the screen in a good the the lower third that's where they put that across there to block out you looking at the people holding up their cell phones yeah yeah it was I mean unless sticks standards amazing and I have all I'll get it link back up but I have both of the video so the one that they aired versus what actually happened and the way that they did this is just you know how stupid do you think we are like that was going to come out yeah they think we're pretty stupid astro they do the other the other thing that happened yesterday and I love when this happens to journalists who aren't prepared rand Paul on the mall thank you Paul you've got to love this guy loves libertarian spirits was walking down the hallways the Senate office building and he was talking to a reporter from the hill he's talking about the whole thing with the whistle blower and on this whistle blower Wednesday I think is very fitting talking about the whistle blower and just listen to what he has to tell this reported this is rand Paul yesterday on Capitol Hill the whistle blower laws they protect the whistle blower you know it's illegal to do you got we should work on the facts here's a thing or statute protects the whistle blower from having his name revealed by the inspector general even The New York Times admits that no one else is under any legal obligation the other point and you need to be very careful if you really are interested in the news is that the whistle blower actually as a material witness clearly separate from being the whistle blower because you work for Joe Biden he worked for Joe Biden at the same time hunter Biden was receiving fifty thousand dollars a month so the investigation into the corruption of hunter Biden involves this whistle blower because he was there at the time did he bring up the conflict of interest was our discussion of this what was his involvement with the relationship between Joe Biden across a lot of questions of there was a poll I love when Shirley when journalists get get get it handed back to him and rand Paul did exactly that I think that's fantastic I feel fantastic finally put their foot down well now you're actually wrong yeah more research here yeah and I love it I think that that is the boomer asking that question was thinking it was going to be kind of like a stroll along and have a conversation and he just thought it was like now no that's not how this is going to operate absolutely absolutely right coming up in just a little bit we're going to give away a couple of tickets to cirque du soleil's am Alona at so Wednesday November fifteenth to get those dialing figures ready will be getting those tickets away in just a little bit right here talk radio five sixty KSFO you know him Alan 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"three years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"three years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Started three years ago together with my friends from high school call the idea. we both love Fishin instead the style and also arts and crafts and we knew that you're going to do Mitchell project of flex something in the creative field. we traveled a little bit softer I school and because they DO the there was no any fashion ran the trip presents or coming from the Middle East in general and specifically from Israel or Palestine and felt that there's a lot of from a few real in the region that's we can work with and introduced to a wider audience abroad. we want to bring something new and and something that involve like this will be like a few unique and special one of the cross was the generator because look about but we did in treating you to work with students in general we've never been to Palestine we don't have any posting your friends but then friends of my family came to dinner and she said she heard about the project and she said that she's working on with an NGO this works with three Palestinian ladies with doing the trees which is is that policy and and made employed every. and she's now searching for new projects for them and she thought maybe it's going to be a good idea to introduce them to us and maybe we can start working together I think it was two and a half years ago in January two thousand seventeen for the first time the three will travel to Palestine..

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