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The Tradeoffs of the Substack Hustle
"So as you mentioned in one of your newsletters. You're sort of in the creator economy. Now which is kind of funny 'cause from by one version of it you've been creator economy pretty much entire life things and sell them and and do different gigs. I'm interested in your thoughts about it. Because i on the one hand think the creator economy is something rob walker's but doing a most of his his life and on the other hand Seems seems like a very cynical way to talk about exploiting teenagers for a couple of minutes on tiktok or selling you know. we're crypto projects. But that idea that the internet can allow people to make a living doing stuff. They're interested in by reaching an audience. That couldn't reach on their own without the internet is pretty appealing. And i'm wondering. Do you think this is a real different version of what you've been doing in. The passers is sort of a natural progression in. This just goes along with book writing and teaching in magazine article. Writing that you've been doing pretty much all your life. Well i think what i of also. I've my context coming to this both as a some longtime freelance writer. But also someone who's written a number of stories. About like i wrote some of the earliest back kickstarter nazi and of written about youtubers. And and all that stuff so it's been Subject of interest to me professionally for a long time and everything he said is true and like it's sort of all of the above. It's always all the above there. Are there are real success stories so what it comes down to him when it comes down to me what i think is somewhat different is just the control you know when you are a freelance writer. Even if you have a call in stretches on my life where. I had him for the new york times and another one for the new york times magazine.
The HBO Story
"This episode. The hbo story part two originally published on may seventh twenty fourteen and We are just going to jump right in and get back into. The story goes oh. Hbo has entity has heavily influenced. What cable television is and what entertainment delivery services are in general. If it hadn't been hbo our landscape would be dramatically different today. So that's why we're doing it in fact think about it without hbo. You don't have a cable. companies cable. System operators pushing cable copper cable into cities anywhere near as quickly right. You might not have seen it happen or it might have taken a decade longer. Which means you would not even have the infrastructure that the internet relies on today for high speed internet. We'd be using telephone lines still. Yeah you might. Furthermore not have had people adopt as quickly the idea of using satellites to beam information at television information out too many far spread networks. Exactly so like we said landscape very different without. Hbo whether you love it or hate it. It's a large part of why the world is as far as the cable world and entertainment world's why things are the way they are so so A little tiny bit of back story very tiny. Hbo owned by time. Yes time inc. Not not time the the physical entity like the actual not father time not the progression of changes throughout a the dimension. Know that we know of. I'm inc the company that owned time magazine or still does time magazine fortune magazine sports illustrated etcetera etcetera correct so in nineteen eighty time a second pay. Tv channel called cinemax primarily as a competitor to the less expensive showed. Yes so there were a couple different ways to compete against showtime was. Let's try and grab as much exclusive content as we possibly can that showtime can't have and thus people will say hey we want. Hbo because they have these movies and showtime doesn't whoever that's really expensive.
Big Vape: The Incendiary Rise of Juul E-Cigarettes
"Didn't know just how big this story would become when she started reporting it. She's the health writer at time magazine and just released a new book called big vape. The incendiary rise of jewel. I think for most people at felt like jewel kind of exploded overnight. Like all of a sudden everybody you knew had one of these devices but the truth is it was a long time coming. The two founders of jewel labs met in two thousand four as graduate students at stanford their thesis project how to make combustible cigarettes obsolete. Both of these guys were smokers. They both had kind of conflicted feelings about that habits and they were looking for something better over the next decade or so. These guys came up with a bunch of cigarette alternatives. But none really took off until two thousand and fifteen when jewel hit the market which was by far their most sophisticated product. I mean it looks like a flash drive. if you've ever seen one it's very sleek and it has these very potent very palatable little nicotine cartridges that you can vaporize into you know a very user friendly little whisper vapor and as it rose in prominence. You probably know. It became very popular with teenagers. Sort of set off this firestorm. In the media it's meant to help. Adult smokers quit but teens are being enticed by the cool factor. Hallway sleeping in classrooms but this morning the company behind that penn is in hot water. The fda has issued a ban on most flavored e cigarettes including fruit candyman at the same time. Parents are launching their own efforts and asking why the government isn't doing more so started out as a project aimed to seemingly reduce. Smoking became something very very different. It seems like a classic villain story of this company out to hook young people and some people argued that that is what happened but at the same time there is pretty compelling data that the e cigarette could potentially help some people stop using cigarettes. So it's a really complicated equation. Where on one hand. Yes absolutely you want to restrict access to these products for teenagers. But at what point does that restriction on access for young people cut into the ability of adults to use these products for their intended purpose to
A Journey to the Strange World Beyond Our Screens
"Questioning. Our relationship to technology is something. We've done a lot of over the years at outside magazine and on this podcast pacific louis. We have investigated the benefits. We get when we disconnect from various devices and instead seek out connections with the natural world and with each other. If you're listening to this show that probably resonates with you it definitely resonates with the people you just heard. They are friends of the journalist. Chris collin he called them up to help us work through some of the big ideas in his curious new book. It's called off the day. The internet died a bedtime fantasy. Here's how chris explains so off is a funny picture book for adults and adult like children. It's a parable about the death of the internet and what happens to us when that occurs. If you were to look at it at first glance it looks like a sort of like a children's picture book with really interesting Beautiful slightly demented artwork. It's i even know maybe thirty something pages. It's a very slim book okay. You're a serious journalist. You've done being reported feature stories for a bunch of publications including outside and the new york times magazine and wired. So how you go from that to writing. What is very much a kind of silly book here. I think we're all a little defensive at this point in our relationship with internet. No one wants to be scolded anymore. About how we spend too much time online. No one wants to be told yet again that we need to break up with our screens or whatever there was something else that was a little more interesting to me and something that i don't think it's talked about quite enough. What gets neglected. Is this other side of ourselves at came to think of it. As our offline cells. It's just sort of slowly. Vanishing right is because of all the time we spent online so these offline selves in us. Basically we have these versions of ourselves about our lives that are not getting lived. And i think there's something valuable in being reminded the big zest
Have we solved the black hole information paradox?
"Universe is full of interesting and amazing things and none more mysterious than black holes and try black holes are these weird corners of the universe where we think secrets lie. We suspect that solution to the age. Old conflict between general relativity and quantum mechanics might lie right at the heart of black holes but of course nobody can see inside them. So it's incredibly frustrating to think that the answers to some of our deepest questions exist but are hidden from us. Does that drive physicist bunkers to know that there are out there but maybe they're trapped in a place where they can never get out. That's essentially the project of physics right. The answers are out there. The universe does contain these answers. And if you can come up with the right experiment you can force the universe to reveal those truth. That's basically how we accumulated all the knowledge that we have but yet frustrating to think that there might be places in the universe that nobody could ever look where information could hide forever escaping from even our most clever efforts to reveal them. You make it sound. Like viz are like paparazzi of the universe. You're trying to catch the universe. He no sunbathing and its portrait. Something i used to think of us as more like murder mystery detectives but yeah paparazzi. More positive way because the universe is beautiful. It deserves our attention. Yeah i guess. They're surprised to being the universe. We're just here trying to enjoy the beauty of the universe. You know and get it signature once in a while so we can sell it on ebay to the national enquirer or times magazine. One of those to whoever will take is part of the freebritney movement. I don't think there's a free universe movement where they're like. Hey physicist leave the universe alone. Some of the mystery no.
Massage therapists sue Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson
"Is disgruntled in Houston. But that's just the football aspect of night ago. He was also swinging back at the filing of a lawsuit against him alleging inappropriate conduct during massages. That lawsuit filed Tuesday. Then on Wednesday, a second lawsuit by a second planet Though both lawsuits are filed by the same attorney. The second suit, claiming Watson's behavior is quote part of a disturbing pattern of preying on vulnerable women. John McClane from the Houston Chronicle. And what we have your two of the most renowned the parties in the country. Rusty Harden, a turning to the superstars in sports. And Tony Busby, who is a wealthy developer Rooms, a law firm has been on the cover of New York Times Magazine. He's tell May all Head here. He's the one that's filed two lawsuits on the half of plaintiffs, one here and one in Atlanta, charging inappropriate sexual behavior and watchin retained Rusty Harden. His list of clients is extremely long, and he's an outstanding attorney. And so we haven't seen a response from Watts and since the lawsuit Became public and the Texans and the NFL had the response. You would expect they're aware of it. They're gathering information. And so I have no idea. What direction it's going to go. How would affect other teams that they would lowball? The Texans is something's that back away. But you know this pretty. They're gonna want these issues resolved. It was NFL investigate. And that could take a long time. Antonio Brown's has still not been resolved since last off season. So there's so much out there, Freddy about which direction it could go. And right now, nobody has any idea when I say the word timing regarding all of this. What do you say? Bad, bad timing for everybody all around bad for the Texans when they want to maximize what they can get from Watson. I've been saying they should pick the Jets and the Dolphins 2nd 3rd in the first round against each other. I have seized rivals and get the maximum deal. You know their stories about Carolina willing toe. Sacrifice the farm to get into the problem with the Panthers. There's eight overall pick, and there's no guarantee of getting a franchise quarterback that general measure necessary a likes. And so there's other reports. He wants to go to Denver. I don't know why. And then San Francisco. I can't understand wanting to play for Palestinian, but they got Jimmy Garoppolo. For while there was talk of Washington, But Washington has solved this problem, at least with free agents. So This to me is not good for watching and it's not good for the Texans.
Bumble Goes Public & Bans Body-Shamers
"Past year between the presidential election social unrest caused by racism and discrimination. A lot of companies have had the chance to come forward and make their missions and values known. But there's one company that's been forthright about their stand on social issues from the beginning and it may surprise you but that's the dating app. Bumble unlike other dating apps bumble allows only female identifying users and heterosexual matches to make the first move or send the first message as it were the app which launched in two thousand fourteen seeks to empower women. Looking for love and make up of the company itself is full of women in power its founders female and seventy percent of its board members are women that's basically unheard of in the corporate world. Bumble hasn't been shy about taking a stand before in two thousand eighteen in the wake of the deadly school shooting in parkland florida the band users from sharing images of guns or other weapons at the time. Ceo and founder. Whitney wolf told time magazine quote we will always put our values above our bottom line unquote well. The company recently had a chance to once again. Put that promise into practice. In late january bumble told it's now forty two million monthly users that it was explicitly banning any form of body shaming on the app in a statement they defined body shaming as quote forcing. Your opinion of a good body onto others unquote. They said they would prohibit users from sending messages critiquing. Someone's body or sharing that a certain body type was unacceptable or undesirable in their user bios and they explicitly said language that could be deemed fat. Phobic ablest racist colorist. Homophobic transphobic had no place in their app and algorithm will flag such language bumble will give rule breakers a warning and repeat incidents can cause a user to be banned from the app entirely anyone who feels like they're the victim body shaming meanwhile. Ken report a user through the app. The move came just a few weeks before bumble went public which made ceo and founder heard the youngest female founder to take a us company public and the youngest self made female billionaire bumble sold fifty million shares in its initial offering reports. Cnbc heard is no stranger to dating apps she cofounded competitor tender and twenty twelve. She left tender two years later and soon after filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the company the parties eventually reached a settlement tender has community guidelines that discourage users from harassing and mistreating other users and relies on its estimated fifty million users to report violations of these rules last year the company began using a new machine learning to the help flag offensive messages according to wired but it's diverged from bumble and other ways following fumbles move to ban images of guns attender spokesperson told mashal that quote. We're not banning guns. We don't have a blanket ban of guns unquote tenders owned by match group which also owns dating apps hinge match and okay Prior to going public bumble said it acknowledges its competition but that online dating is not a quote winner takes all market reported. Cnbc that's because the company said most people have an average of two different dating apps on their phones and with this move bumble is hoping that if you were tired of body shaming and other offensive comments that can play the online dating world. You'll make one of those apps bumbled
Take the Plunge With Suleika Jaouad
"Our guest today is to lak- jawad welcomed feber. Thirty five salako here. We are so excited to have you Slake is the author of the instant. Best selling memoir between two kingdoms. She wrote the emmy award winning new york times column life interrupted and her work has appeared in the new york times magazine. The atlantic vogue and npr among others a highly sought after speaker. Her main stage tedtalk was one of the ten most popular twenty nineteen and has nearly four million views. She's also the creator of the isolation journals community creativity project founded during the covid nineteen pandemic to help others convert isolation into artistic solitude over one hundred thousand people from around the world have joined and her book Yes overbook just came out on february ninth. It's wonderful congratulations. Thank you spend so exciting and so overwhelming in a little. I'm so that are for the course. Hannah's book that came out during the pandemic which is just a whole other layer of stuff and it's a memoir which is a whole other layer of stuff layers so many layers to peel back. Well before we really get into it. We we love to ask our guests at the beginning of an interview to share a self care practice that they have in their lives. It can be quite literally anything And so we would love to hear if there's one that's resonating with you right now. I just did it actually before talking chiku and it's A new self care kind of ritual that came about during pandemic and involves thirty five minute screening meditation and then cold water punching other currently although assuming holes nearby frozen could coach our which is why my restricting Yeah l. okay. So i'm so excited. This is what you started with. Because i've been following your cold plunges on your instagram and we already have a question in the document about them so we can just get kate. Kate is very cold. Plunge curious we've had a lot of listeners who have really into us about how Either cold showering cult bathing has helped with insomnia nervous system trauma experiencing things. So can we start from the beginning. Like how did you come into this. What has it done for you in your life. And how do you maintain the practice especially like now that it is twenty two not even twenty degrees. I'm sure it's colder than that where you are very good question that i ask myself. Every time i find myself submerging. My body freezing so I live not far from the great elizabeth gilbert and the first time we had a friend date. We went for a walk. And we pass mccall. She proceeded to rip off her clothes. Jump in the water. So naturally i did the same and it felt so good Especially in this time where you been spending a lot of time out my computer on-scene who calls And it has its way immediately. Resetting are nervous. i'm And so we decided that we're gonna do it every day and because the kind of get more of a ritual and because the best can't stand being cold water for longer be added into screaming meditation and became really interested and but pops and the science behind breathing. So at is what we've done every day until recently just got too damn cold So now i take a cold shower and of jumping in the freezing water. But i think you know. Part of it was My lining to get into meditation on someone who always struggled meditation. I'm incapable of sitting in a chair with my eyes closed for like five minutes and something about the breathing fouts Not just Actions that kind of focusing on the states. You're you're meditating. you're also. Jimmy's pretty strenuous breathing. Exercises and the other piece of it might fat. In this time. Pandemic Really became kind of creative approach to gathering
Country star T.J. Osborne publicly comes out as gay: 'It was so lonely' being closeted
"The brothers Osborne has come out of the closet. TJ Osborn opened up about it in an interview with Time magazine. This was released yesterday. So if you're a fan of the brothers, Osborne TJ 36 has known that he's been gay since he was young. But he didn't tell his brother John, Till he was in his mid twenties. His close friends and family have known for years. This was part of his message to fans. Very proud of put this out there. I want to let you all know that I've gotten to know me over the years that the person you know is May and now you just know more about me and I I just wanted to thank everyone for support, and I love you all right, And naturally, he has his brother's full support. John, his brother said. If I'd have all my money and success, he raced for my brother to feel truly fulfilled the life. I wouldn't think about it for a second, not a second. And train songs was all over Twitter
James Comey and Truth in Government
"Joe klein joins us now to talk about a new book. From james comey. It's called saving justice truth. Transparency and trust. Joe thanks for being here screwed to be with you. All right joe. You don't need any introduction but for those who are not familiar with. Joey is a former writer for the new yorker former columnist for time magazine author of many many books including perhaps most famously when that did not appear with his byline primary colors And a follow up novel running meat and this week he reviews for us at james. Comey's second book so the obvious question. I have to ask i is. How does this book differ from his previous book. Well it doesn't differ very much at all actually except for one thing. He rehearses all of the confrontations he had with donald trump in both books but in the second book he places that in the context of the need for truth and transparency in government. Which i think is a valuable thing. The book is the repetition of the first book but it's not an insignificant repetition because of the the context that he now placed it so the first book higher loyalty was kind of hybrid memoir both from his earlier days as a prosecutor in the department of justice and then for his brief period at the doj under trump but it was also kind of manifesto about justice. It feels like on the surface this new book saving justice is kind of exactly the same thing. Well yeah it is. It is the same thing and it's obviously something that cody feels very strongly about. But i think you know the important thing here is his view of justice and his view of the fbi remember he was the fbi director. Whom trump fired because he allowed the russian investigation continue which resulted after he was fired in the hiring. A bob muller as special investigator but komi has a very distinctive view of justice. And i and its ecclesiastical he sees the members of the justice department all the way down to assisted. Da's out in the country as being part of a sacred priesthood sworn to absolute honesty to complete probity to conducting the business in entirely facts based and nonpartisan manner and you can see how that might conflict with donald trump right. Does he talk about what's happened at the department of justice since his departure. He doesn't talk about that all that much except to say that it has been corrupted by trump trump spent the last four years trying to make it into a partisan weapon to go after his enemies in. Kobe is appalled by that. One of the things that you do in your review is draw the distinctions between trump's view of justice and company's point of view. Is that something that komi himself dozen. The boker was that you. He doesn't to a certain extent. But i teased it out a little bit from me. The most important thing that is kind of gone overlooked about trump if anything can be said to have been overlooked is his view of the world which came out in the second debate with joe biden where he said only low. Iq refugees showed up for their refugee hearings in other words. The smart ones absconded. Only stupid people abide by the laws. Smart people get around it. Only stupid people pay off their creditors. Smart people stiffen and that is donald trump's operating philosophy and unfortunately it seems to be the operating philosophy a lot of his followers and that stands in direct contravention of commes operating philosophy. Which is you gotta tell the truth. I don't think you could find two more temperamentally opposite. People trump and komi. But what's interesting at least in the little bit of this book that i read it seems is a slight shift in tone from the last book i mean in part it seems like he's he is trying to draw contrast he opens up the book with donald trump sort of leaning back in his chair and telling him that putin showed off to him apparently about russia having the best prostitutes in the world. And he's telling that james comey. Yeah that would not go over very well. Comas is a religious catholic and And as i said he's religious about the notion of justice and truth. I mean he tells a story about his early days as a us district attorney where he was working a drug case and he had a government informant named vinny and it turned out that they put vinnie in the witness protection program and vinnie took the opportunity to get married. The problem is that he was also married in his former life which meant he was now a bigamist which is a crime and komi says that it was his absolute responsibility. Even though the bigamy had nothing to do with the drug case in question to tell the other side the defendant's lawyers that vinnie was a bigamist. And that shows you the degree to which komi will go in the defense of the truth almost to the point of myopia. I
N.J. principal Joe Clark who inspired film 'Lean on Me' dies at 82
"Greenfield, New Jersey morning belongs of Joe Clark, the principal who made the cover of Time magazine and was the subject of the 1989 film Lean on me. He passed away at the age of 82 on Tuesday after a long battle with an illness. Clark is known, of course for turning around Patterson's East Side High School when he served his principal definitely squashing his reputation for both crime and drugs. You retired to Gainesville, Florida and was at home with family at the time of his
Interview With Leonard Matlovich
"I'm eric. Marcus and this is making a history in september. Nineteen seventy five. A stunning issue of time magazine. Hit the newsstands. On the cover. Was the photo of a young man wearing his air force uniform. His name tag said lich and the huge headline read. I am a homosexual. I had just started my senior year at hillcrest. High school in queens new york. By then i knew i was gay too but i would have died before admitting to anyone and i sure wouldn't have announced it on a cover of a magazine with millions of readers. I'd like to think. I admired leonard math for his. But it's more likely than i thought he was crazy. I never got to interview leonard. He died by the time. I started work on the original making a history book but studs did. And i'm glad we get to share. Leonard's voice thanks to our work with this radio archive one of the things i love about our history is. How many threads come together at different times. One of those threads was the tireless work of gay rights activists and firebrand. Frank cami frank is featured in his own making gay history episode but his name comes up and plenty of other episodes two and he played a pivotal role in leonard story. Frank had been looking for a test. Court case to challenge the military's ban against gay servicemembers in nineteen seventy five. Leonard stepped up to the plate. The thirty one year old air force tech sergeant declared his homosexuality to his commanding officer and when he was discharged he sued for reinstatement. It was the first case of its kind. And leonard instantly became the public face of a bitter fight for equal treatment of lgbtq servicemembers that continues to this day. Leonard was a picture perfect spokesman. He had an exemplary record was a decorated vietnam vet and taught classes designed to ease racial tensions in the armed forces. He was a patriot a conservative and a believer. He grew up catholic and later became an elder in the mormon church. But before. Leonard became champion for equality he. I had to overcome his homophobia and racism as you'll hear in his conversation with studs terkel which was first broadcast on november fourteenth nineteen seventy five. Just a heads up. Some listeners may find what leonard says about his past racist beliefs to be shocking cases. Obviously to be a member of the one. Of course. we're breaking through something involving what is more macho than the military army in this case the air force and this is of course this. You're right in the heart of heart of machismo. Are you not to say the least. And they want to keep that image. And i think it's a crazy mixed up world. We live in when we're rewarded for killing hating and punished for loving macho image. It's a wrong image. It tends to make people want to kill into murder. So we gotta go back to the beginnings without madam who are you. Where'd you come from. Well i usually tell people that My father spent thirty two years in the air force. So i tell people that i was born in georgia. Raising alaska joined the air force in england. I'm a resident florida virginia. Visiting chicago today. When i say that everything that i am and everything i hope to be out of the united states air force i was born here. Air force base and graduated from air force high school and most of my higher education has been through the air force so it's been military and even the ability to do what i'm doing today to fight the regulations that are considered unconstitutional. I have to that the air force to they gave me the courage because they kept telling me over and over again. And i kept telling the classes i taught and human relations and race relations that anything less than equality injustice is not tolerated in this country. You were of a different political entirely confederate flag. I idolize for many years. it was a symbol of on. I don't have words for a symbol similar to the past and the way things were they should still be necessary. Slavery but the white of the right of white oppression dedicated for barry goldwater door to door handing out literature for him. I oppose a sixty four civil rights act with fervor just went and of course no questions about vietnam war oh absolutely i spent three tours over there just like my country or fight the war for my country for equality. It's strange vietnam. The fight for a yellow man's equality. I hated blacks in this country.
"Work in vanity fair the new york times magazine and sports illustrated. Let's give them a call. Let's do it. Hello hi. this is cheryl strayed. Thank you so much for agreeing to talk to us. I have my co host. Steve almond here. I am a big fan of your writing. Thank you thank you so we're talking about spending addictions today and we'd love if you could share with us and our listeners. Your story let's go back to the beginning. How how did this begin for you. I think it began Ten years ago. I think it was frankly. Precipitated by My wife lisa job overseas new york university and abu dhabi. And that's kinda hard to make a weekend trip and i was. I was on my own. And i was an empty nester. My last son had just got off to college. And when i was on my own i sort of just started shop i think it was related to repression. In my case. I think it was related to trying to figure out my sexual identity clothing for me is very Linked to sex and so it's one box two boxes. Three boxes four boxes. I mean no one except the ups guy probably felt it was insane. And you know. I got a sexual rush. Every time i opened the box and you know in some cases When even aware it out and it just would not stop and it got worse worse and frankly i wrote a book was a memoir by one of my sons and it didn't do well and that is when i hit the wall and i just felt the press. I thought i don't really give a crap about anything than you know ultimately went into rehab. Did it take you some time to come to the conclusion that it wasn't addiction. People diminish this experience. I think we say oh. You're you're a shopaholic and it's not really an addiction. I'm curious what your experience with that was well. I hate the term shopaholic. Because i think it. Minimizes what this is. I mean this is an addiction when you're spending six hundred thousand dollars on leather three years. That's an addiction. That's insane when you have over. One hundred pairs of leather pants and over one. Hundred pairs hundred fifty pairs of leather jackets in two hundred pairs of leather gloves. And obviously i'm a leather fetishists. That's an addiction and you know it's like any addiction it can destroy can certainly destroy financially but it can store relationships it harm my relationship To to my wife. So i really hate this idea that you know. It's like that movie shopaholic in it's kind of cute and it's ridiculous and i know because of rehab and and fifteen years of therapy but can you point to the moment where you realized you needed to address it. Get into rehab. Whatever it was. What was the the low point. I think it happened in two thousand fourteen because there are a lot of things going on within me. Begin to abuse myself physically. I mean you know. I would burn myself. I would cut myself I would you know play with frankly. With with weather is fixation hoods by myself and then i knew this was getting dangerous. 'cause you know you can kill yourself and that combination of factor said you. I'm really going down a rabbit hole. And i need more than just once a week therapy. I really need something. Very very Intensive edits help. But it doesn't cure everything and you know the the urge in the addiction still doing well. So what did you. You went into inpatient rehab. Is that correct. Yes and what did what did you learn there. I mean how did you learn how to at least control this. Even though you say it's still with you. Well i mean you know. It's it's like anything in rehab for me. I can speak for others. You know you're trying to get to the root cause and you know it's painful to realize i mean for me. I think this shopping outgrowth of tremendous sexual repression Fear of coming to grips with with who i am and i still don't know who i am sexually which i think is fine. I don't think we have to put labels but my wife had been waived in fear and shame as a child was terrified of my mother i could see her as a dominatrix. I never felt comfortable with myself physically. I never felt comfortable with the way. I looked
Fauci says Biden should get COVID-19 vaccine ASAP
"The covert nineteen vaccine continues being given to medical workers nationwide Dr Anthony Fauci says president elect by then they had a vice president elect Heris should get it to felt she tells ABC's Good Morning America they should be vaccinated as soon as possible for security reasons he won him fully protected by then took note what I will do a public out he says president trump probably still has several months of antibody protection after getting the virus but he should also receive the vaccine to B. W. shore spokeswoman Kaylee McEntee says that'll happen when the president's doctors advise it stressing frontline workers and nursing home residents come first at the same time magazine he says some top administration officials will get the vaccine they will be taking a publicly to instill confidence the Pentagon's acting chief got the shot yesterday Sager made Donnie Washington
U.S. Authorizes the First Vaccine to Fight Pandemic
"A milestone Last night, The Food and Drug Administration authorized visors Corona virus vaccine. For emergency use. We're joined now by Dr David Ho, the eminent neurologist from Columbia University Medical Center. Dr Ho Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you, Scott. Good to be with you authorized for use, but it's going to be a gradual process, won't it? Indeed, I think everyone knows that, Uh, the FDA will has authorized this and we'll allow it to go into high risk Individuals first. Uh, residents of long term healthcare facilities as well as frontline health care workers and that alone will, uh, take up. About 20 million doses immediately. Doctor. I note that on the FDA review FDA REVIEW panel There were four people involved in that process who didn't go along with the vote for authorization and one abstention. Do you have any idea? Why are any concerns that this vaccine has not been adequately tested before it starts going into people? No, I think the data are strong. Thebes. Protective Efficacy is very, very high, much higher than what we had expected. In terms of side effects. There are some but not major. Some headaches and fatigue. Of course, some pain at the injection site. Um, The objections, I think are largely, uh, center on the labeling of the use in, uh, adolescents between the ages of 16 to 18 other than that, I don't think there were any major objections. Is this is going to change life in America over the next few weeks or not so fast. Uh, not so fast. I think it's it's a momentous day. It's the beginning. The deployment of this vaccine will take some time. Uh, it will go to Groups that I mentioned earlier. But for the general public, I think it's going to be well into next year before you know, given individual his vaccinated. And I think much of the rollout will have to take place. Probably the second half of 2021. It concerns about long term side effects. I guess we will learn that as we go along. Yeah. Only time would tell in terms of long term side effects because the studies have been performed only the second half of this year, so we have limited data. And in terms of large data said. We only have that for approximately three months, so that's all we could say about duration for side effects on Uh, continue toe toe. Watch this and see how put how durable this protection is and doctor who, Of course, you are one of the world's most famous age researchers. I believe you were Time magazine's person of the year. Number of years ago for your work on that front. In the 45 seconds we have left. What What should we learn from this episode in the world going forward about the future of epidemic diseases? Well, this is, you know, the worst pandemic over the past 100 years and and obviously, uh, The situation now is worse than ever. However, I think this this marks a turning point, as you had mentioned on. Do you know the speed with which this vaccine Another vaccine is being developed eyes really remarkable and is teaching us to imagine the previously unimaginable And so we we can respond very quickly. Very well as example, if I hear Dr David Ho, Thank you so much for being with us, sir. My pleasure.
‘TIME’ Person Of The Year 2020: Joe Biden & Kamala Harris Named Most Influential Of The Year
"Time magazine has named. Its twenty twenty person of the year and tapped bruce springsteen to make that springsteen author your say bruce springsteen springsteen now for nearly one hundred years time has named the person of the year in twenty twenty time person of the year is president elect joe biden and vice president-elect kamala harris all right how come back i thought you were positive for a dramatic effect. Dr fauci for sure yeah. I really thought that this guy was frontline. Healthcare workers along with dr fauci. Also on that list president trump and then the movement for racial justice bt s is the twenty twenty entertainer of the year and then la lakers star. Lebron james athlete. It's kind of weird because you think the person year is going to get it for something they didn't accomplish like dr fauci helping to fight the pandemic for the last year whereas i mean obviously the president-elect won the election but he hasn't gotten into the job to do a maybe next year you know like maybe he should win a next year after he. Every sunday one their presidency
Biden and Harris jointly named Time magazine's person of the year
"Met Time magazine's person of the year has been revealed. Bruce Springsteen did the honors on Twitter for nearly 100 years time. His name The person of the Year and 2020 time Person of the Year is President elect Joe Biden and vice president elect Kamila Harris. This is the first time a president elect and vice president elect have appeared together on a person of the year cover every elected president. Since FDR has gotten this title during their term. Three other finalists were president Trump Frontline Health. Care workers in Dr Anthony Fauci and the Movement for Racial Justice. Fauci was named times 2020 guardian of the year.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris named Time's Person of the Year
"Harris or sharing the honor of Time magazine's person of the year. The editor in chief said Biden and Harris were chosen for showing that the forces of empathy are greater than the furies of division. President Trump was also a finalist for the annual honor. Recognizing the most influential person. The number of
"time magazine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Well, Anthony found she is standing there. And his face and he's you know, it's about waste. That's right, right? Yeah. And if you look at the picture that all you see you don't see the letter M. But you just see two little horns on top of Anthony found cheesehead from the tips of the M interesting. And it literally looks like a man with horns on his head like a devil. I only saw a little postage stamp size, but I have to go Look at that. No, I'm going to send it And I'm gonna post it on advice line radio on Facebook because You guys all have to see this. I don't think it's a coincidence. They will show themselves they will send. What would you call this? Not a sign if you know what I'm saying, But there's You know, visually visualizations, I guess is the right thing. And it's right on the cover of Time magazine. I just sent it to you Tell me if you notice it, Phil. I sent it to you, too, But it's scary looking Who at time magazine allowed this to go out this way. And I'll guarantee they may have laughed and said Look at that. He's got little horns on his head, but they are putting subliminal messaging out there. I'm going to put this on our Facebook interest. Isn't that weird? His hair is gray and normally listen to this. Normally, the word time is black. But it's interesting that it's on a white background. Like a not a head shot, but a waste. Upshot of of Anthony Fauci, and the word time is almost colored. It's like a a light. Grey, like the color of Anthony found his hair so that the two little horns that are sticking up are the same color is his hair. It's Scary that time magazine would have done this. Are they subliminally saying he's the devil? He's the one that has brought this upon America. And are they kind of saying that, or is it a sign to the the others that are out there saying he's our man? He's the one. He's. He's been waffling back and forth. You don't need to wear a mask over. You should wear a mask. The mask doesn't do any good. You should wear a mask. Oh, yes, I said, you should wear a mask. Now, by the way, a friend of mine just texted me. That's a fake cover of Time magazine. But if it is that's hilarious, but I don't know. Listen, I don't know. I guess we'll wait and see when the time magazine comes out, Either that or they caught it. They re called it, But that's pretty funny stuff right there. That could be a fake cover. All right man. Monday Monday Monday so much news to cover so little time. The show. It really needs to be six hours long. I think we should just I think, Howard, I think six hours will take over. 24 7.
"time magazine" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Time magazine just released a powerful cover for its new issue Titus Ghaffar. Ghaffar who is the artist depicts a black mother cradling the outline of her child to show a mother's loss. This cover also alludes to how George Floyd called out to his deceased mother, as he was dying on the border of the cover are the names of thirty five black men and women whose deaths have been linked to either police, brutality or racism. I mean the photos beautiful, and it's really poignant at it says that you need to say it's just so many women that that woman is representing have had to go through losing their child and the only silver lining I found after reading about this was just that George Voids. Mother Luckily had passed before her son. Did you know so? At least she didn't have to go through losing her child like so many women before her. Yeah, but it's. It's still upsetting because he has no family and children who? Still have to to go three bear the brunt of missing him and you know it's. It's I think that they're a lot of people are triggered right now. I had ice spoke with a friend earlier today who had watched the memorial of George Floyd and was completely triggered by a family member that they had lost to police, brutality, and so I think right now. Everybody is feeling the loss of obviously no. No one can ever feel what it's like to lose their own child, unless they been apparent, who has lost a child something like this, but I do feel like that losses really triggering to a lot of people. It's affecting you if you've never had a loss, but having won and having some something like this can really bring out a lot of emotion. People are are really going through right now. This is. Absolutely necessary unfortunately, but it's it's rough very. As many reflect over what's going on right now? Terry crews has come forward issued a new apology to Gabrielle Union for not initially supporting her when she was like Oh from America's got talent, he tweeted. He searched his heart on how to do better adding I. WanNa make further amends with black women. In particular, Gabrielle Union for not recognizing the privilege I have especially in the workplace and January, Gabrielle claimed offensive events were taking place onset glass month. NBC announced that an External Investigation found there was no wrongdoing. America's got talent. We should note is part of the NBC Universal Family which includes e. what do you think about this apology? I mean perhaps the time to reflect and realize that he could have done more, and he wanted to make amends for that and I don't think there's anything wrong with that <hes>. And maybe he just feels like he didn't handle things correctly at first, and he should have been more supportive of Gabrielle because I mean look I'm for the belief that people don't just make things up for no reason. and. She clearly has been very vocal about her experience and felt like she had to endure a lot of events. If things and I'm sure if I was here I would have wanted his support originally, so I I think it's good that he's coming out now and saying something. I have two points to make first about Terry. Let's see that action because I feel like he had some really offensive tweets. That saying. He didn't need to answer to anybody, but his wife that he he made some really strong statements on Social Media About Gabrielle. And that were really hard to swallow especially after the fact that she had stood by him after he had come out during the me, too movement said that he had had some issues with sexual assault, and she stood by him so to have him completely turn around, and not be supportive of her and be very dismissive of her. And how she felt that she was treated is definitely difficult for me to process. And you know this kind of like apology now makes you wonder what it's really rooted <hes>. So you know I feel like people need to see action I. Think People are really tired of hearing words <hes>. My second point is is that I think these. Claims? Gabriel Union made go around incentive on the conversation that are being talked about right now where we are having two different thoughts and points of view, because people have not understood with these microaggressions have done to black people, not only in society, but also in the workplace so something that people may not have necessarily deemed as tone. Death are now getting something of getting a spotlight. Spotlight shine and saying hey, this is what this is being perceived as and I think that's important so I think you know her conversations. It's important to look at what she was saying. Because I think that some people may not have understood what these things will actually meaning, and now may be able to have a little bit more cognizance of how important it is to look at. At when somebody saying that they feel that they're being mistreated,
"time magazine" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Do meet them on quote time magazine joined into wine quote health experts are telling health people not to wear facemask for qualifiers so why are so many doing it what do you think time magazine you morons article suggested believing in mask is some kind of superstition like not walking under ladders or being afraid of black cats yeah it's insulting it's ridiculous they tell you mass don't work unless you work in a hospital how does that work does mask effectiveness change based on what job you do the only useful if you're already sick what kind of virus can spread from a symptomatic carriers that doesn't make any sense whatsoever oh wait you're just too dumb to wear the mask okay is it really hard to put on of course masterwork everyone knows that dozens of research papers have proved it in South Korea Japan Hong Kong rest of Asia recorded buyer should be kept under control mash for key so look we understand there's a shortage of masks we understand only certain people should get them because it's a triage moment we get it but stop lying to us because it makes a cynical it divides the country tell the truth we can handle it I can agree with that more you know I'm not the Attorney General saying Hey people stop buying masks they don't do any good well now I don't believe anything you're ever going to say to me and I am not kidding why would I listening thing you've got to say yeah there's a Cambridge study that showed that even wrapping a scarf or bandanna around your face would stop half of the point zero two micron the thing that the coronavirus size do not at this and and we also know that the number of the the microbes to get into you is incredibly important how severe your infection is so something is simple and dumb as a bandanna can stop half of it N. ninety five masks worn properly are incredibly effective that was a terrible calculation binder properly they're pretty effective it was a terrible calculation for our government to not say make a mask where some sort of mask everybody in the country we run flatness Kerr fast and say listen our doctors and nurses are heroes they're fighting to save our lives they will die if they don't get the masks you don't need one yet unless you're around sick people or you are sick donate don't hoard them make it a moral imperative but the calculation was made we're gonna be dishonest to get more compliance center still saying it today we said we had we saw earlier today the affable wearing a mask could actually make it worse now if you if you wore a mask and went into a room full of people coughing the corona virus and then you went out of the room and blow your nose with the outside of the mask yes maybe that would be worse than wearing the mask but the idea that wearing the mask improperly what if it stopped ten percent of the corona virus that that could be worse than not wearing that's just it's idiotic and I hate anytime the paternal government in any at any level says something like we don't want you to get a false sense of whole perimeter security or whatever and that's not your job to decide Hey my level of hope should be that's really disappointing I just hope we the people and we the people's government learn something from this I mean I hope somebody's keeping track of the screw up soap there's an annual review or something like that well I I wish I had the truth because I'm not but we have some masks we have them from when the wild fires happened not a lot of them but I got a few but I would've been more in one in the crowded grocery store I was told by my government that they don't do any good so I was more I made the mistake of listening to them I won't do that again won't make that mistake again right now that's that's bad that was gamble they took suppose historians are will will judge them for it we need a nine eleven commission act the Kennedy commission there will be an it'll be partisan and slow and expensive and the conclusions will most likely be buried people figure out how to make a lot of money off of this right now we're gonna make it mandatory that each hospital have five million mascot after replacing every six months because they expire yeah for instance in yeah well the manufacturers will get that in the line make some contributions congresspeople but the worst form of government except for all the others I guess I am so cynical Chinese back to someone that's in the wet market is exciting news kids bats tonight I like to get a dead bat floating in a Big Five gallon bucket a grey water sloshing around in there a little bit get some shoes on there don't overcook that thing I like a nice and rare well thanks China thanks for that yet commie scum eight are you.
"time magazine" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Time magazine names little sixteen year old has there person of the year I frankly think it's pathetic I think it's quite indicative that the left and the Democrats on this issue of climate change of bombed out and everything they've tried that and I have to tug at people's heartstrings my naming a kidney sixteen year old try old as the person of the year and obviously propagandized and the indoctrinated child let's face it folks the average sixteen year old just hasn't lived long enough to know enough about anything to be considered the pinnacle of expertise around the world rush what Russia is not about the pinnacle of expertise is about somebody shakes the world a more there's only one person of the year Donald Trump hi how you can say you know that the media has covered nothing but Donald Trump the media has done nothing but try to destroy Donald Trump Donald Trump survived everything they've thrown at him Donald Trump has created record economic circumstances there's only one person of the year but eight no way it's going to be top sixteen year old brother Thunberg some trump tweets actually trump was reacting to a congratulatory tweet from the actress Roma Downey now I don't have the actual Roma Downey tweet here I got I I don't quit I don't click on Twitter links are just I'm telling I have such a rising resentment for this for this outfit and what's happening to the whole concept of news and information because of Twitter I just don't click on and I know all I know I'm an out liar but I'm not going to change if you ever see me start tweeting folks it's time to call a man in a little white coach that drive a little yellow bus Hey just ain't not I mean some into Twitter has become the enemy of not just laziness mark reliance on the absolute opposite of expertise Twitter has is a bunch a hearsay and uninformed opinion that now has taken the place of informed public opinion that's how the media uses it I'm reading some some sports story on Antonio brown the other day and the story contains as evidence for one side of the story what some anonymous person on Twitter thanks be no different than picking a name out of the phone book can call number what do you think about one twenty and writing the response of the once a justified source no I can turn it around as it did in fact Antonio brown is the object lesson may be the very first athlete who has destroyed his career on Twitter because it's exactly how he did it he destroyed his career on Twitter at any rate you know sometimes I just can't avoid injecting my personal reactions of Roma Downey tweets I didn't click on the link to the tweet because I did want to see everything involved with it so I don't know what she said but trump publishes his tweets without you having to click on the Twitter like so here's here's trumps reaction the Roman downeast tweet congratulating Greta phone Berg for being time's person of the year red deer killers Greta must work on her anger management problem then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend chill granite chill Hey he's treating her as it ever really saying how mean how me and then she had some snarky response to and people tell me how mean this trunk this truck because the bully wait a minute she's just been named the person of the year in a political magazine I'm sorry she's not a sixteen year old kid she's a political leader annoyed by the media and so trump is treating her as an adult exactly like the entire media establishment democratic abolish treating her she's such an adult she is the world's foremost authority on climate change now all over the world Greta fun Berg is treated as if she is a wise educated accomplished world leader she's not treated by leftist as a child she is treated as a peer she is said to be above all of us when she time magazine's person of the year that makes her infallible so trunks is ridiculous this kid named person of the year this is crazy and he's making note of the fact that she's running around at sixteen angry all the time you know she got stranded in the US after came over the United Nations meeting she found some cloud to bring her over here on a sailboat took some months cross the land of Goshen a sailboat so that your trip will be carbon neutral doctrinal Hey I had a problem all how does she get back home they have forgotten and then how did that sailboat get back have the pilot of the sale that get a civil get back home so she had to get on some other boat this why he way and then she went to South Africa what all over the world to get back to Sweden without making a carbon footprint but the point is trump is ignited every time she speaks she's mad as hell angry and he thinks Hey you're sixteen take some time go to a movie chill out quickly Ron in Elizabethtown Pennsylvania high Russia I'm thinking they're gonna Arlen specter out there somewhere on the Democrat side whether the house or the Senate on these guys are really easy jobs rather to coaching and I'm thinking Nancy Pelosi might be afraid of that happening are that's my personal opinion you you can tell me what you think well I think something like that is more a tantalizing hope I I don't know of a prom and Arlen specter was a prominent Republican in the Senate who bailed and then they're dead I I don't I don't I don't I don't know that there's a single prominent Democrat anywhere who is going to switch parties to undermine this impeachment effort or this over all efforts to get trump thrown out of office I think the Democrats they like their knee caps and they like their long was functioning and their eyes and they want to be able to spend their money so.
"time magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To about the third burger and her selection is first of the year of time magazine it sends out a message I believe that specially her message where we attack older people because of course they're responsible for the troubles of the world especially comes to climate change but we're living in an era where older people are becoming irrelevant in the old axiom of respect for the elders is no longer a pluggable the young and the woke and this is why Greta gets the position she gets because there's an agenda and it's not a climate agenda now I mean look everybody can say something about climate change has nothing to do with climate change even though her messages that you know has to do it it has to do with the fact that there are certain people in the political realm said see there is one group it's being out numbered or less number and so the young and the woke want to vote and that's the best the point right yeah we we have a sixteen year old saying all the omnipotence and brilliance of a child should be carried over into the sixteen and seventeen year olds and they should be given the right to vote about twenty countries have granted eighteen actually yeah sixteen and seventeen year olds twenty countries have granted sixteen and seven year olds the right to vote a handful of American cities have done the same and that's for local elections they can do this because states generally regulate their own voting laws as do cities that are governed by their own charters the sixth amendment of the constitution states that eighteen is the minimum age at which voting rights could be protected but it doesn't prohibit cities and states for making it even lower in twenty thirteen to come apart Maryland became the first U. S. city to lower the voting age for local elections to sixteen and early data point suggests that the experiment has been very successful in all of your local election would normally yield a low voter turnout seventy percent of the city's voting eligible were sixteen and seventeen year olds that are casting about sixteen seventy year olds were casting their ballots that and now that might sound load you but it was double the eight point five percent turnout of those eighteen and up so the voting age of course the the younger voters will get out and vote the voting age in Oregon where I live is sixteen years old they're just made six years old by our wonderful governor Kate brown so that's so that's also I think the reason why she got pursue the is because there's a there's a big push for younger people to vote now and and so you have a six year old making decisions you know our order being example and of course they say well yeah I'd if she can do that why can't we vote I seen signs to I'm young only on a more massive scale what format what's more.
"time magazine" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"The scientists settled. That's the new secular replacement for thus saith. The Lord and students across America are buying it for the Colson Center. I'm John Stonestreet this. His breakpoint on Friday tens of thousands of students around the world staged a walkout leaving their classes to demand action on climate change inch well. Some students walked out many school districts including across the state of New York. Just gave all the students today off to join the protests and it's still unclear how many students students actually did join the protests and how many just enjoyed an extra day off. What is clear is that there's no further room for anyone who questions that the planet is indeed warming that warming is human caused and that it is catastrophic. Oh and that we have run out of time to do something about it. Not only was that the loud and in clear message from Friday student protesters it was also the loud and clear message from last week's issue of Time magazine titled twenty-fifty. How Earth survive live the issues written from the perspective thirty years in the future and it describes how we managed to avoid complete annihilation from climate change it is an issue four of breathless melodramatic dogmatism not least of which this paragraph from times editor in chief and CEO Edward Thousand Doll- in the the opening editorial quote notably what you will not find in this issue are climate change sceptics court to our mission is bringing together diverse perspectives experts can and should debate the best route to mitigating the effects of climate change but there is no serious doubt that those effects are real. We're witnessing them right in front of us. The science on global warming is settled he writes. There isn't another side. There isn't another moment will one of the people that time doesn't want us to hear from his Judith Curry who prior to her retirement was the chair of the School of Earth and atmospheric sciences at Georgia Tech Curry. Doesn't I think that the science is settled in her words. If all other things remain equal it is clear that adding more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere will warm the planet however however the real difficulty is that nothing remains equal in other words. We simply don't know enough about how as she puts it. The Sun volcanic eruptions and the interactions between the atmosphere and ocean impact the climate to claim that the science is settled about human caused climate change how how much of the measured warming and recent tropical storm activity is the result of these factors which are beyond human control. How much is increased? Co Two the result of human activity seventy. We are simply not sure now. There's typically nothing wrong with admitting uncertainty however when it comes to this issue by claiming the science settled and treating anyone who disagrees deniers in heretics uncertainty is no longer allowed for many people a certain kind of environmentalists vire minimalist catastrophic has become a religion and arresting climate change has become a crusade. The first casualty of the crusade is the honest pursuit of the truth breath. David Wallace wells book the uninhabitable Earth Life after warming is treated by many in the media and universities as scripture complete with prophetic prophetic warnings about the end of the world yet as my Colson Center colleague Warren Cole Smith Points out there are scientists who strongly disagree with Wallace Wells for example Michael Man the creator of the hockey stick graph and he isn't alone another climate researcher called Wallace Wells predictions quote sloppy and hyperbolic Alec. Now of course I'm not saying here that Christian shouldn't care for the environment or that. We shouldn't take a threat of climate change seriously. What I am saying is that there's no way to know what challenges we face much less how we can confront those challenges if we take the sort of sciences settled approach that time. Time magazine has if you'd like to understand this issue come to breakpoint dot Org and Click on this commentary. I'll link you to a series of five articles written by Warren Goldsmith and and the series Warren asks the tough questions about the history of the Earth's climate doomsday scenarios why the climate is changing and what we can do about got it again come to breakpoint dot org and Click on this commentary to learn more about these issues surrounding climate change even if Time magazine refuses just to for breakpoint. I'm John Stonestreet.
"time magazine" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Time magazine raves rocket man is magnificent. Maybe I should be more. He would never ordinary in astonishing chievements, unlike anything ever seen. It's much rocket. Friday or on the move is feeling Francis. And you're on the move. Band. Good. They were. Gee. Got it. Game show twenty five times in a row who's done this and on what show it's next on the move..
"time magazine" Discussed on World News Analysis
"I said why I could earn more in had life there. I said then what about your dream? Okay. Doesn't roundabout way she came back. So sometimes it's the demand how you were needed by the society that she learned accounting wanted to change her life and getting away from nursing people. But then she decided to go back. So that's living proof. She's a living proof that notion fun. She's happy now working as a nose again. Well, these study shows that the there has been mounting evidence. That wants personality can be chain. Changed throughout one's life. So why is worse? I is that of saying early career choices can influence personality for the young people. Do you think that they should actually consider the personality as very important factor when choosing job online don't think the job? Okay. These people. I think is the employing company who are considering, you know, hiring good personality people. How do you define good personality? Easy going, you know, team spirit and high. High level of recognition on the sending things quickly smart. You know, practical problem solving all these capabilities are considered an and Mary happy, you know, self-motivation, you know, all these things considered as good personality. Havi do agree. What we say? You can't take make a silk purse out of a sows ear out of you know, pig's ear so good analogy today. So sometimes I mean, if people if people are shy shy shy you can't change that maybe you can shape edges a little bit. So there's nothing wrong with being shy. There's different kinds of people. But you know, looking at what's more ideal. What helps people get ahead? Yes. It's helpful. If you have good interactive social skills. Yes. It's helpful. If you're pleasant. Yes. It's helpful. If you know a little bit about what's going. In on in the world is helpful. If you pitch in and have a team spirit. So I think there is one preferred route but to make everybody travel the same highway is wrong. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely I agree. But by the way, I have to tell havi that interactive social skills can be attained can be trained, but they need to be desired. Yes. Yes. Hope the young people can have some of the tips from our guests. It doesn't necessarily mean if you have good personality or not what matters is whether you'll love the job or not. And that's it for this weekend edition of today. A quick wrap of today's topic's time magazine has chosen journalists as person of the year as a ranks best places to work in the US in twenty nineteen and the California considered charging residents attacks for sending text messages and study shows early career choices influence personality remind our listeners to hear this. Again, or to catch on previous votes. You can download our podcast by searching for world. News analysis, you download the app, easy, FM or China. Plus in the app store today in a studio, we have Harvey's Odin sinner, fellow of center for China and globalization in our come into Malinche. Thank you all for coming. Thank you. Thanks with news analysis today keeps you informed and inspired wheel. Thank you so much for joining us.
"time magazine" Discussed on World News Analysis
"He made a car that's both stylish and practical, and now is a company that does rockets going into space, and we'll take people into space, and he has a company called the boring company. Not boring, but it's boring holes through the ground to develop a system of moving people at very high speeds. So I think although I heard he's kinda difficult guy. He's really creative. And unlike most people because we all have great ideas, he did him. But what an politicians, you know, those who are making a difference. I'm just now, I was, you know, Trump's picture just image came to my mind. Yeah. Yeah. But if I mention China's president. Doing things I remembered then shopping twice, you know, a late Chinese leader twice appeared on time magazine because of the opening up and the reform, and he the resumption of gal definitely brought me or made me what I am today speaking together with havi otherwise, I would be maybe toiling in the countryside receive reeducated by the farmers, you know, working in a factory. So I'm thinking, you know, what China China definitely we are not locked with the US ride in kind of old kind of whatever. So otherwise people that who's doing things that to make things normal back to, you know, no malady again, if it's pilot the politician of the year if there's a category. So he is initiating doing lot of things like the one belt one road influencing a lot of countries a lot of people and no question. He's in the ball. The park. But I think there's other Chinese to who are in the ballpark. Once I went to a conference, and I heard this guy speak scientists what did that scientists? Do. He found a way to dramatically increase the yield of rice. And this means Laurien, right? Yeah. More people just the paying more people can eat less people can die. This is a person who made a difference. He's a better choice is person of the year would be someone who made a difference in a world. And just now we have talked about a Rhonda person of the year for twenty eighteen and Nellis come to the second topic, which we entered into twenty nineteen. A recent survey by glass door has come up with a list of ten best places in the US to work in twenty nineteen management consulting from paying.
"time magazine" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Everything meeting friends and making a point moment, and then sending pictures GPS locations to people. So that they can find me everything. So I think this one this one thing is my choice of of the thing of the year. I have a thing about things I think the person of the year ship person, and they they have chosen computers when years okay and the same as you talked about we chat saw. Is the person who started we right? But I give this. The person. Yeah. I want to say that I want to say that there needs to be more than one list. So I had this idea that the back cover they should have the monster of the year. There are people who made a difference in. What is your standards of choosing the person of the year somebody who made a difference big difference and positive not necessarily positive unless they have if they have monster of the year, then then richer. It would be I would be positive, but I have other things to other categories like invention of the year. So I think there's a whole list of things. So I think time needs to do a brand extension of person of the year. They're they're thinking twenty two twentieth. Century twenty first century, we need to talk to time magazine. Right. We do. Let's call them up. Actually, my choice would be Shoghi because he basically he did his job. He did it very well. And he got butchered by Mr. bone saw for it. I think which is reprehensible, and so I think that for many reasons he's the person who exemplifies promoting truth under great pressure. And in this case at the cost of well, there's a saying online many argue that he is more like a victim rather than a influential person. So how do you assess that I still think he made a made a difference by being? Being a victim before there's so many people in the world that it's really difficult to make a choice of one person. So I think that he's an appropriate choice. But I do think that time would do well and would profit by having several lists several categories because there's so many people now making a difference. What if somebody invents a great new dish? You know, some great food. They should be the chef or the restaurant of the year. Why not feeding machine we don't need to walk. And then they, you know, he just get fed that eating is fun. Okay. Said you have do you have a list of the person of the year choices or you simply have one we chat, and then the a VR people in the future, very new future. IV a know these robots in the we are stepping into. To a very different area, and who will have a whether it's going to be a scary wodel in a future, or it's there are people welcoming it. It's under the issue. But these people I making our lives, totally different. These are the people that I actually wanted to call the world's attention to. I do have a somebody actually and he could have been last year or the Europe before this year. But go ahead deserves it. He Lon musk. Okay. Because he's crazy. But crazy like a FOX he wanted to do electric cars, and he did the tesla and he..
"time magazine" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Malinche welcome. Thank you. Now, let's I I'll goodbye so time magazine has chosen person of the year. No time magazine has chosen the guardians. A group of journalists who have been targeted for their work as person of the year, the grouping glues Khashoggi who was killed in October and other cover features two Reuters journalists who were arrested one year ago Imia mar US President Donald Trump was the runner up for this year's person of the year, title and special counsel rubber moola ranked number three. Okay. So first of all, do you agree with times choices, should they be titled the person of the year in twenty eighteen and white? Well between China and India there's three billion people and then in the rest of the world there's four billion people about so that makes seven billion. It must be an impossible job to choose one person. Or in this case several people or a category of people. But I believe that these people these journalists both get an alive both imprisoned and free good choices among other choices. And so I have no problem with it. It's a thankless job. I think stuff that's the word. And journalists have such an important function. All the functions say in China and my country are somewhat different. But doesn't matter. Journalists are important and the people who were chosen brought out the news at great cost to themselves. Whether it was imprisonment or death by dismemberment by being butchered by Mr. blown saw or whatever. And so I have a great feeling for these people. And I think it's a they're excellent choices. Just thank Covey on behalf of all the journalists in it will you in the in in this field, right? Yes. Journalists on some hero. Sometimes. And like you say sent thankless is the word, but the only regretful this is that these chosen ones either died all arrested in tropical. But what about you know, millions of steel working and not causing Cho's catching the attention of the world. So they were honored after you know, such things happened. So that's the only regret and some unusual for a group of journalists to receive such an honour. So I'm happy actually. But I think that their place holders for the other hundreds of thousands of journalists in the world who are more unsung than they are. They may be safe, but they do very difficult jobs and trying to fair recognized either the ferret out the truth, sometimes they speak truth to power. Sometimes they perform great functions for people in we might not even know their name. I mean is people who read a lot of newspapers or read information online? I think we look for people's names to see well who wrote this. But most people they just want the data. That's all that's it. So there there really are unsung. Now, there could have been many other good choices. But I think that there is always a dilemma about who to choose and many still working on this threats kinds of threats and pressure especially threatened by big institutions, including the government pressure. All these not only the government by company by terrorists by special interest by people with an ax to grind, some of the people who are are under threat are from people who are just playing crazy and. So when you're out there in the public, whether you have a face out there on TV or on the internet or on the radio where it's more anonymous, you're still kind of a public figure. So like, he say Japan that it's the nail that sticks out that gets hammered down. Gets tax right. The magazine is solve it. 'cause that the war on truth. And they're also the guardians of truth. Besides that if you can decide if you have the opportunity who would be your choice of the person of the year twenty eight I would choose you. Choose hobby but nice lettering, which other you know, when you when you throw this question that me I was like what about Trump because time maxing has used to choose the most influential worse. Make the better bet. Make the word better or worse. Adolf Hitler ones of heared on their list. So if somebody who's making some many splashes on. To this world. Right. So Trump is still there, you know, with his reckless remarks and doing things a lot of things..
"time magazine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Number seventeen yesterday on cnn that's pretty amazing stuff i talked about the time magazine cover which is a slanderous smear of president trump time magazine president trump shown from the back in our rendering on the cover of time magazine stanton looking in a mirror now and the rendering where you're looking at his back he's in a brooks brothers suit and in the mirror he's dressed as king henry the eighth with a golden crown encrusted with precious jewels with the dalmatian for around his shoulders white with black dots and of course the cape and snow is sort of like the cowardly lion and the wizard of oz and he sees himself as a king you'd see because he's imperial now he's not the ones zapping american muslims overseas about due processor betraying our allies are going around congress saying i've got a pen and a phone and i don't need branches of government now that was barack obama but but for president trump of course he's the imperial presidency because i'm not really sure why but they don't need to explain themselves there the media after all so yesterday on cnn alison cammarata and dana bash we're discussing the time magazine cover knowing of course that time magazine time warner the parent company of cnn and of time magazine they have the same bosses so it's not as though they're they're free to be critical of time magazine and their absurdist art work on the cover of time magazine cammarata and dana bash time magazine is preaching to the choir not a single person and president trump's base has read time magazine for a long time if you know who does time donald trump he likes to real and not real covers all of that his golf club that was not going to get up with the golf club that's what we call journalism in america today first of all none of president trump's base reads time magazine that's you know because they don't read that you know they have no teeth and they live in the mountains of west virginia and they're not smart like allison cammarata and dana bash they didn't go to the right schools they're not in the media they don't have tv shows trump's supporters don't read they don't read time magazine.
"time magazine" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Is here do you have time magazine did you how did it make you feel to see you on the cover of time magazine oh man look at that so that's crazy this crazy every time i look at it put it now twenty eight team mercedes am g e sixty three s sedan unrivalled luxury meets unbridled power test drive one today for sadi's am g driving performance duran and the morning show so it's bad enough when i see a bag of tate's bake shop cookies got open them and eat them i don't care who thinks they own them they belong to a but they now have these tiny tate's yeah in the single serve packages either the signature chocolate chip or the oatmeal raisin it says on their single serving size one bag how many do we today scary how many do do we we cloudy takes his tiny anyway tonight's bake shop signature thin crispy buttery chocolate chip cookies made me so happy in even though we have access to create them for free here at the station i still buy them because i just wanted to support my kathleen tate's bake shop all sorts of different recipes now gluten free to gluten filled it doesn't matter give the gift of cookies whoever i take these two always smile huge thank you thank you elvis give the gift of cookies makes it when feel good visit tate's bake shop dot com if you enter the promo code elvis you get twenty percent off your next order that's tate's bake shop dot com promo code elvis twenty percent off.
"time magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Me and put me on the cover of entertainment weekly in time magazine i had everyone turn on me i had friends tweeting against me i had anderson cooper who i loved who i thought was best friends i look on twitter and he's calling me disgusting you know and that hurt so i thought okay i got to try to spin this or i'm gonna lose my mind and one of the reasons i feel so strongly about doing this tour is i want everyone to know that i'm not broken at all i mean i had a couple of bad days i had really bad press conference that was that was a hot mess that was kind of wild i remember watching that it's been brutal.
"time magazine" Discussed on KKAT
"Save healthy we can all ideas which is a belonging why doesn't lawyer while love the part which is belong in why big time magazine time magazine p larry king and enlarging see imus in the mode which is an along and why carbon said time out of them right yahya to lega shades are yet jesus by not three relics so desperately clinging to relevancy donald trump manek right there the answer is a time magazine does not belong because unlike the other two fossils time magazine doesn't spend half the night wondering whether helis wife is if it rains are free it's a long day jesus not funny our guys to serbs governor levels boards carl's earth although served broad now medlen the ha in gig man non dan an reagan's day sean li youwei and in the ludi lin kaby lake as wage see land and old gambling la la land you and me woo.
"time magazine" Discussed on KTRH
"Now he put them had put them around the classroom uh anyway of course you hide be hoverers are just absolutely ridiculous and everyone seeing them and agreeing with them and and it's very tough to be conservative now in the cooked at half it's been away for a long long time what what was this class this is actually english class is as english time magazine covers all over the place yeah and and often we'd have to read liberal articles and react to them and of course you don't wanna you don't wanna disagree with the liberal authors cause them to keep your might might grade you poorly so so there's very little opportunity for you to actually show your opinion let me ask you this did did this teacher teach everything but english was her course was her class mostly every day a current events class promoting her political point of view it was quite often that yes uh what at one point we actually he gave around a little paper that that was to dine uh stand up for for lgbtq community and we had it we didn't happy but it was a choice that we could sign and put on our locker for this clashed with extremely serenely political so you're let my got a point here if if you have an english teacher what what us sensibly was this was his english composition was this english literature was this learning to read and write english what what kind of english class was the supposed to be derek front be reading and interpreting literature kwy okay and there was some of that but mostly you've got this woman's of.
"time magazine" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"For the time magazine and i have been on their cover fourteen or fifteen times i think we all her i think we have the alltime record in history of time magazine while trump was on the cover cover eleven times and nick sinn appeared fifty five times that's almost the same number it's it's very when you compare it to the billions of dollars the donald trump doesn't make right so folks were are going to bore you and go to every every single live but this is a fine compilation a by the new york times has some details in their his exact quotes and so the next time someone tells you and there there are other conservative trump supporters out there let's say all he doesn't lie or that everybody lies no he does line he does it more than most and i think it'd be wise for everybody to remember that i agree with the concept that perhaps the president is somehow trying to shade reality i mean would do you believe everything that you say because your your your someone's listening will that the the the telecom mincing lie one is to believe it yourself that weights lot easier for you to convince everybody going forward if you say it with conviction it must be true yes the thing is the the when you do that at you know off the top of your head or just as you know the thing that you do it becomes habit and then you do it out of instinct and out of a job just you just do that rather than you know i'm trying to think of things also he's put himself in a position now where he's either a liar or an idiot one of the two either he is completely and totally misinformed ignorant or incompetent or incompetent and that's a terrible place to be in a get another some mm conservatives out there and you must be just spinning around go on please donald stop the door and fighting talk is is that if you have strong and a decent conservative values if you believe in the conservative ideas of politics your arguments being completely muddled and not even heard because the front runner of your part of your party is lying all the time sued by proxy the rest of your stuff everything you say is tainted.