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The Indy Mogul Podcast

01:01 min | Last week

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"That crazy, ridiculous building with all of these people in it, and you're sleeping on the couch because you just had a long night and That's it you see yourself sleeping on the couch and you walk over there and you tap the guy and you looking at yourself for many years ago, then you turn around, and you see the books from the place that you're sitting right now and the portal closing, so you only have a minute or two to say something to past Sam. And what do you say in this moment? have a moment. I think that I was lucky enough to get that. What would be that piece of advice from my dad? When I was in that place that helped guide me a WOK Because there was a point where I was really poor and really down, and it wasn't working, and I was as frustrated as potentially some listeners might be that need that moment of future future shock, advice and my dad said. and. It's

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

01:01 min | Last week

Tran tran script - burst 09

"That crazy, ridiculous building with all of these people in it, and you're sleeping on the couch because you just had a long night and That's it you see yourself sleeping on the couch and you walk over there and you tap the guy and you looking at yourself for many years ago, then you turn around, and you see the books from the place that you're sitting right now and the portal closing, so you only have a minute or two to say something to past Sam. And what do you say in this moment? have a moment. I think that I was lucky enough to get that. What would be that piece of advice from my dad? When I was in that place that helped guide me a WOK Because there was a point where I was really poor and really down, and it wasn't working, and I was as frustrated as potentially some listeners might be that need that moment of future future shock, advice and my dad said. and. It's

Lollapalooza promoter to pay Chicago Park District $750K for canceled festival

Roe Conn

00:28 sec | Last month

Lollapalooza promoter to pay Chicago Park District $750K for canceled festival

"There's a glimmer of good news for Chicago when it comes to Lollapalooza WGN steeper Tran has nothing compared to the economic impact the city would have retired the festival being held but festival promoters will pay the Chicago park district at least something for the canceled fast the contract requires promoters C. three to pay seven hundred fifty thousand dollars if the festival is canceled because of a force majeure and a pandemic is one of those Stieber trend WGN

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May the Fourth Be with You

Innovation Now

01:26 min | 2 months ago

May the Fourth Be with You

"Watching films aboard the International Space Station is one way for the crew to bond and decompress and guess which film just became an astronaut favorite innovation now occasionally NASA is share some of the latest film releases with astronauts on the International Space Station to enjoy at their leisure. Imagine watching your favorite science fiction movie while literally floating in microgravity recently astronauts on station had the opportunity to watch star wars the rise of skywalker while two of the actors from the film got to visit Mission Control at NASA Johnson Space Center Kelly Marie Tran and Naomi. Aki are used to inhabiting galaxies. Far Far Away at least on screen but they spent the day learning about NASA's plans for exploring places a little closer to home. The pair got a chance to train like real astronauts and posed for pictures with some of NASA's robotic explorers while learning about the optimist program whether your favorite is the rise of skywalker or return of the Jedi take a cue from the astronauts and watch a movie today and for all you star wars fans out there may the fourth be with you for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer. Pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace through with NASA.

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It's Not Zoom. It's You.

Asian, Not Asian

03:18 min | 2 months ago

It's Not Zoom. It's You.

"Yesterday April twenty fourth. We had our first digital Haxhi show and I guess a lot of you guys came out. Thank you so much for doing that. And we had like two hundred people in the Zoom. It was really amazing and just want to sit here and a little appreciate a for a second before we moved on you know and by appreciated it. I mean I want to reflect on how awesome we are so good. I mean it was. Oh it was good and it really is because of you guys. That people showed up. Because if you guys don't show up it's just mean Fumi and we do this all the time and as you know it's very sad most of the crying out but like here we are So it was no. It was great I was. I was a little nervous zone pretty. Somebody's GONNA ZOOM BOMB US. But nobody did. We kind of kept a lid on it and it was like a lot of people we got. Some money from people are Super Nice and then motor some some stuff. We're going to pay the the The comics that and I think that'll be cool and it was. You know we've been talking about. How IS ZOOM? Stand up kind of the same stand up. It felt pretty good. I felt we had on treat Tran. We had Julia ship that and we had almost and like all three of them had very different fields to their to their style. Stand up which is what you want. You want like a standup show like you know. You WanNa have crazy energy and sometimes you wanna have like thinking energy and like all these different things so I. I think it came across. What did you think? Yeah I I so. I was like a little reluctant. I think we were all reluctant initiating because we've just heard so much about zoom comedy shows. I've done a few. They're fine but like even at work. Were you know where I do? Comedy people are like Oh like even the stand up comedians. That are like Oh. You CAN'T DO Z. Bro It's it's terrible. I actually asked I actually asked. I'll tell you what I'll tell you about this later. I asked somebody famous to drop in a is used to and I was like. Hey you don't even have to do it. You can just talk to me if you want to. We could make a little mini podcasts. Kind of thing zoom shows but thanks for asking and it's like you know there was no hate there but not not not hate to me but there's a general like I'm just saying people behaving on zoom comedy shows. That's what I'm trying to say and because of that I was influenced by that I was like maybe this isn't a good idea but we did it. And you know what this again in the quarantine in the populace there are no rules. You make your own rules. Make your own so we did our own thing. We had some people turn their mics on so we could hear the laughter so it didn't feel we're talking to fucking nothing which is often what I do in my head but like yeah I mean it was a great energy I feel like we got laughs and like I think people had a really really fun time and that I was not expecting that at all. I feel that the reason why people people say oh well. Zoom comedy shows allowed the market. Good teepee fair. Most comedy shows are not good okay. The vast majority stand up shows are like weird. They start late. The hostess drunk. There's like two people in the audience. One of those the bartender you know most most most comedy shows are not good. You Know I. I mean the comics usually aren't good like I'm guilty of being shitty for a long time and y'all being shitty now and that's really what it is and I think it's not zoom. It's

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Why South Carolina Vote Could Be Make Or Break For Joe Biden

Mike Slater

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Why South Carolina Vote Could Be Make Or Break For Joe Biden

"Him it's considered a make or break contest for former vice president Joe Biden CBS news political contributor Linda Tran not only does he have to win he has to win big we're talking double digits here this is the narrative that his own campaign sad about how it sets them apart from the rest of the pack that he has this appeal with black voters in particular that is very different from the rest of the

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Algorithm Targets Marijuana Convictions Eligible To Be Cleared

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:56 min | 5 months ago

Algorithm Targets Marijuana Convictions Eligible To Be Cleared

"Thousands of people with marijuana related convictions in California are getting their records cleared and most of them don't even realize it a pilot program in five counties has just wrapped up that uses a computer algorithm to instantly target eligible records code for America is a nonprofit that is partnered with district attorney offices in California to develop the program and we're joined now from San Francisco by Leah Tran Burrell senior program manager for code for America welcome to the program Hey thanks for having me so you were able to do this project because of prop sixty four a two thousand sixteen law that legalized marijuana use for adults so how does this algorithm work so the algorithm works out by reading bulk criminal conviction history based on the district attorney's eligibility criteria and produces an output with eligibility determinations that a district attorney can then provide to the court for for updates so your algorithm in essence sort of gobbles up records that meet the eligibility standards and then what happens it produces an output similar to an excel spreadsheet with all eligibility determinations I'm already complete so the alternative would be that a district attorney would have to cull through hundreds of thousands of lines of conviction data to determine eligibility for each of the convictions and their county that might be eligible so this technology allows district attorneys to do this and incredibly streamlined way so that people can get record release sooner and so that the district attorneys and government resources are are safe for other important things and and these are for what simple possession low level dealing Yasser one prop sixty four was passed it identified four different types of marijuana convictions that somebody could get relief for her so things like possession things like use the problem though was that the vast majority of people who had those convictions weren't getting relief through the petition based process so the position based process meaning you have to go to court you have to and a lot of cases have a lawyer you have to take time off of work tend to have to pay money and so there were hundreds of thousands of people in California who are eligible for this condition relief we just weren't getting it and I think we're talking about two hundred twenty thousand convictions yes across California two hundred twenty thousand connections were eligible for relief and and so once this happens people may not even be aware that the records have been cleared why is that sure the law itself didn't specify a method to notify those people who received conviction relief code for America is currently exploring ways that are effective to notify people and each district attorney's office and county in California also embarking on ways to get the word out to people in their counties who might have eligible convictions what is it practically mean for someone to have their records expunged sure so one in three Americans have a criminal record that number is immense so that's between seventy million two hundred million people a lot of people it's a lot of people yeah and convictions present thousands of barriers for people moving on with their lives things like getting housing getting jobs getting education and so the ability to clear records is a way for people to get rid of these barriers that are potentially holding them back from being successful in their lives and their communities so the pilot phase is over what happens now while we were embarking on the pilot we realize that we can actually expand the technology to help serve every county district attorneys in California and so we developed an easy to use desktop application that any disorder trees office can I can download onto the computer so it's a way for every county in California to take advantage of the technology that we provided to those five pilot counties originally

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Police Warning Of String of Robberies Involving Dating Apps

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Police Warning Of String of Robberies Involving Dating Apps

"These are warning the public about a man who's in his twenties whom they've arrested and since released he's accused of setting up dates with older men at hotels downtown and of then robbing those man WGN Stieber Tran police say the men used the dating app to arrange the encounters they say they think he's responsible for at least four robberies in one after fifteen minutes the victim realized his wallet was missing when he confronted the younger man he was eventually shot twice in the arm with a stun gun police arrested the suspect outside the hotel but the sixty year old victim declined to press charges Stever trend WGN

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Harvard Professor Accused Of Hiding Ties To China To Be Released On $1M Bond

Jay Talking

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Harvard Professor Accused Of Hiding Ties To China To Be Released On $1M Bond

"A Harvard professor leaves federal court in Boston a judge giving him a week to come up with a million dollars cash bond Charles lever is accused of hiding his ties to China as we hear from WBZ TV is Tiffany Tran he was put on administrative leave after he was indicted for allegedly lying about his work with the Chinese government run program designed to steal US research the US attorney said Lieber was paid fifty thousand dollars a month many times in cash prosecutors stressed that China is the number one threat to research that issuing

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Mets agree to part ways with manager Beltran

Howard and Jeremy

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

Mets agree to part ways with manager Beltran

"Rangers other headlines Carlos Beltran out as Mets manager that's part of the fallout from the cheating scandal with the Houston Astros bell Tran according to the rob Manfred report was one of the integral players in that scandal so the Mets decided to part ways with him as their

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Mets part ways with manager amid cheating scandal

Tony and Dwight

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Mets part ways with manager amid cheating scandal

"It's the latest fallout from the Houston Astros sign stealing scandal that has rocked Major League Baseball and a V. Mets announced that they've agreed to mutually part ways with bell Tran the move came two days after Boston cut ties with Alex Cory was a bench coach in two thousand seventeen Belcher and played for the Astros a day before that AJ Hinch was fired as the manager and the general manager of the Jeff Lou now fired by the

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Derby season breaks fast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:32 min | 6 months ago

Derby season breaks fast

"Many of the horses that are Derby hopefuls are getting ready to embark upon that road to Churchill downs. Chance at doing. Just that later today in the Macho Macho showman for our good friend. That's trainer Saffy. Joseph Junior who is with me now here on the Horse Racing Radio Network Saffy. Good morning it might Good how about that call chance it big big win. Last time out he was that was the first time going to turns. And obviously the right way the way you want to do it and hopefully they can have a repeat performance about today. Yeah what makes him so impressive to you saffy. If he just carries himself watch him breezing work and he just he has a different going. I don't know that this guy just almost like he votes oats and doesn't seem very rarely. Do we begin to blow even worked some quick times and you never really young to blow. It is a good thing means that uh normally you. You've got a lot more stuff. What of the past couple of months been like for him? He hasn't been out since that win. On September twenty eighth. So what did they been like for him. Yeah initially ever had decided to skip the British back off them. Then we're we had thought about going to the Jockey Club and he got AH virus. I missed it a long time so it changed I mean we wrote it to the race. Remedying the springboard mile but they had to quarantine and we wrong to that race with two Corinthian run homerun allowed to go. 'cause we wouldn't be able to come go stream so then. The next plan was the Moocher match marriage right now. Eastern forty cents seems to be in good form orm looks well and obviously coming off layoffs. I'm facing there's some there's some quality and also that's never know how tight you have them. What we think we got him? Yeah every year when we start seeing the newly turn three year olds make their their first start of the new season we hear that the adage that you know those couple of months from say September October to January can be huge in terms of the physical and the mental all development for these young horses. So compare what you see from chance it today on January fourth compared to what you saw back at the end of September definitely much more relaxed and his works before he wanted to go go now we. We've been giving them targets and he'll he'll sit back and he'll wait for the Q.. And you'll go times go. That's an attribute that he needs to. You'll need to how as a racist got software needs to relaxing and listening to the right around the right asking for that Cinco. Fleeing the writer wants to go so I think that's the biggest developmentally show before early in his career. He playful you'll go on and on but he's all business on the Tran. I think he's mature and more money to lead the biggest aspect in that sense learning to do things the right way and he's always been impressive. He's always he has not laterally talent raw. Tyler there's a lot of calendar he's learned to control yen. He's always been forwardly. Placed in in all of his career starts yes. I don't think he's been worse than third. And that was in his debut when he was Kinda shuffled back a little bit that day He likes to be up close to the pace. Is that what you expect from them again. Today today yeah I think just you just have the naturally high cruising speed that he doesn't need to be on the leader but he just he just naturally five he puts himself a good spot on today. Hopefully gets whoever in their cleanly and liquor is going putting needs to be post time for the Macho Macho Jomon Gulfstream four thirty eastern. It will no doubt go a little bit later than that. Probably low closer to five o'clock by the time they run it but Yeah a big big moment moment for chance. It and we'll see if he can maybe put himself on that Derby trail. Do you look at him right now. Saffy as a horse that is that is a legit Derby Derby contender or do you still have things that that you need to see from him. y'All ability I think he's one of the Best Ryozo there but it's easier. US hasn't done and he's going to have to prove each so for me. I always wanted to prove it before you could speculate but definitely derby driven at the moment. He has a tolerant. We think I think that's essentially a seems like there's no Allenton so I definitely think we're definitely Dermot dreaming but one step at a time and today they will give us a good indication of Iraq.

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'Rise of Skywalker' screenwriter addresses lack of screen time for Kelly Marie Tran

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

'Rise of Skywalker' screenwriter addresses lack of screen time for Kelly Marie Tran

"Chris Terrio who co wrote Star Wars the rise of sky Walker along with director JJ Abrams is addressing the lack of screen time for one of the actors calli Marie trance both critics and fans of the movie a question why trans character Bros Chico spends much of her time back at the base Terrio tells awards daily the trend was meant to have more screen time but they face of post production difficulties in our scenes along with Carrie Fisher's character transform the last general I was celebrated as the first major role in the franchise for an Asian

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'Rise of Skywalker' screenwriter addresses lack of screen time for Kelly Marie Tran

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

'Rise of Skywalker' screenwriter addresses lack of screen time for Kelly Marie Tran

"Chris Terrio who co wrote Star Wars rise of sky Walker along with director JJ Abrams is addressing the lack of screen time for one of the actresses calli Marie trans both critics and fans of the movie a question why trans character rose Chico spends much of her time back at the base Terrio tells awards daily the trend was meant to have more screen time but they face post production difficulties in her scenes with Carrie Fisher's a character Transall in the last year I was celebrated as the first major role in the franchise for an Asian

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Bischoff attempts to revive the Monday Night Wars

The Jim Ross Report

02:33 min | 7 months ago

Bischoff attempts to revive the Monday Night Wars

"Where we're living out around quite a bit here but eventually it's an ask. The BISCHOFF IS GONNA make a bold move and he's GonNa put. WCW programming head to head on Monday night of against Monday night raw with Nitro when you first hear the news that hey we've got real competition and WCW on Monday night and they're going to be live every week whereas we're taping shows in advance at this point what's your what's your take on that. Do you think this is real competition or is wwe still perpetually going to be a little big brother other of of the WWF. I thought the WF headed a massive head. Start as they do right now. No company is going to threaten. WBZ market share anytime. Anytime soon. Luckily mine or your lifetime. Conrad quite frankly. But that's not a sad sad tale to tell because there's plenty of money out there revenues to to earn in the entertainment world that cutting a W for example can can enjoy enjoy and make significant profits over time. So I I just I think that On what we're talking about Tran thought this left I was thinking about something else is nitro. Oh Yeah Yeah my issue is this. I I questioned where they have the in-house personnel to pull it off in a big way and of course a lot of that stuff was You Know David Crockett part of getting a credit for some of the. Because he was one of the you know one of the producers there an onsite people but giving the staff have to gather to do the the you know to to the rigging the lighting everything I didn't know they were. They were ready to do that because everything had always been such a smaller scale Ale and then to be able to do it live every Monday. A major us a whole different world so I didn't know that that was going to be as successful as it was and it was a pleasant surprise actually because it made the business look better overall because they hate they had great production values in the show's look clean slick. You might not agree with creative. Hell that's normal. You can say that any heir any show with the the the show look good and I thought that was a step in the right direction for them. So so you could. You can tolerate a good-looking show. That might not be the greatest creative for a little longer now forever a little longer than he can. The other way around.

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"tran" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

09:39 min | 9 months ago

"tran" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"This ted talk features fashion designer Beckham McCarron Tran recorded live at Ted Salon Trail Blazers Twenty nineteen The happiness lab is a new show hosted by Yale psychologist Dr Lori Santos she takes the latest science and translates it into practice Michael Effective happiness strategies lorries class psychology and the good life is the most popular class ever offered at Yale now you can get the class to by listening to the podcast science tells us that there's no biological barrier to being happier we can all get their subscribed to the happiness lab or ever you get your podcasts they starting your business was no small feat imminent late nights early mornings and of course all nighters our friends at fresh folks can make it easier fresh books accounting software is designed for small business owners. It's easy to use and keeps you very organized with fresh books you can automate voicing accept online payments Organiz expenses and much more get sixty percents off a light plus or premium plan for six months when you buy today hurry. this limited time offer ends October twenty third good a fresh books dot com slash by now to get started as fashion designers are decisions have the power to change our culture we choose who's cast runway shows and campaigns ultimately who is celebrated and consider beautiful and who's not having this platform irresponsibility one that can be utilized to exclude people or to empower others growing up I was obsessed fashion. I poured all different types of fashion magazine and my local Barnes and noble to be fashionable was to be tall any with long shiny hair that's what I saw is the ideal and it was reinforced everywhere I looked to be honest still this I wanted to be like the models so I stopped eating it was a dark time in my life my eating disorder consume me all I could think about this counting every single calorie and waking up early before school every day so I could run a few miles it took me years to finally released the grip that the eating disorder had over life but when it did if read of so much brain space to think about what I was truly passionate about for so long fashion industry has worked hard to center The beauty that celebrates thin young white SIS gender able bodied models as the ideal is impossible not to be bombarded with images of models that have been photoshop to where there's not a single poor federal or stretch mark incite you don't need to look hard to find examples this Phoenician beauty is damaging dangerous and destructive and we need to exploded immediately the agree one of the worst things I've realized over the years is that my experience with disordered eating is not an anomaly early in fact it's par for the course I think there's a study that says ninety one percent of women and likely those of all gender identities are unhappy with the way they look unforgivable that we live in a society where it's normal or expected for teenagers to grow up hating themselves we've been fighting for fat acceptance and women's body autonomy since the sixties and there has been headway plus size models like Ashley Graham and musicians would be positive messages like Lizardo breaking into the mainstream thank God there's brands like area that have released campaigns without any sharp retouching but we're still inundated with unrealistic expectations I love this quote by Liz who said body positively only exist his body negatively is the norm so how do we change the stigma around looking different or not fitting into this narrow finishes beauty I believe it's by celebrating beauty and all different forms bold an unapologetically but many fashion designers continue to reinforce narrow definition of beauty from the way they're taught in school and into the real world they drape on mannequins that are only four or sketch on bodies that are super stretched out and not anatomically proportion different sized bodies aren't taking into account during the design process they're not thought of so who are these designers designing mm for but the conversation around exclusivity and fashion doesn't begin and end with size it's about seeing people of all different gender expression since different ability levels different ages different races and ethnicities celebrated for their own unique beauty my own work as a fashion designer I started a brand called matt and we're committed to empowering women fans and non binary chroma Babes of all shapes and sizes through perfectly fit garments for every body somewhere has become a huge focus for me because of the power that this single garment can have over the way people feel about themselves we wanted to take our focus on celebrating body types to a garment that's fraught with insecurity on our runways UC curves cellulite and scars worn proudly where runway show yes it's also a celebration I didn't start designing ten years ago with a mission to change the entire industry however inclusivity means nothing if it's only surface level behind the scenes from the photographer to the housing director to the interns who's making the decisions behind the scenes is just as important as imperative to include diverse decision occurs in the process and it's always better to collaborate with different communities rather than trying to speak for them and this is an important black makeup artists Hey Fatuma Thomas who intimately understands how important it is to be able to work with all skin tones it's essential to reading a holistic inclusive output as fashion designers that do a lot of swim we wanted to rewrite the rules around having a bikini body so he has team of Babe Guards to enforce guidelines around inclusion and acceptance at the pool instead of no diving and no running how about celebrate cellulite body policing prohibited and intolerance not tolerated and this was enforced by guards Mama Cox Denise bidault gene Rosero Erica heart an emmy all activists in their own right I've always felt it was important to show a range of different bodies in our runway shows and campaign means but it actually wasn't until recently that we were able to expand our size range in a major way we first launched our curve collection five years ago when we were so excited but when launched it fell flat nobody was interested none of our department store stocked above a size large and if they did it was somewhere else in the building entirely cricket they WANNA be sold a dream they want to see something that they aspire to be implying that are models weren't that but I've realized so much more important to open up this dream to more people I want the consumer to know that it's not your body that needs to change is the close needs to be more options at all sizes and then all retailers there's so finally in two thousand eighteen norstrom actually place to order up to three x and this was a huge game changer for us to have major retailer invest in adding these units so we could go to the factory and really go now we go up to four acts which is about size thirty thirty two having that investment helped us to change and realign our entire design process we now have different sized bodies to sketch and drape on the studio and if more fashion schools top the skills more designers would have the ability to design for all bodies so as fashion designers is our job to utilize our platform to explode this narrow restrictive definition of beauty Michael is that Sunday teenagers growing up don't feel the same pressure that I did conform and I hope that our work contributes to the fashion industry's opening up to celebrate many different identities thank you for more ted talks to Ted dot com uh.

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The Heart Triad Profile Types 2, 3 and 4

Podcast | Don Rheem

07:56 min | 10 months ago

The Heart Triad Profile Types 2, 3 and 4

"Chelsea in our first episode with you introduced our podcast broadcast listeners to the program you talked about its origin and explained its true purpose and Wyatt test like this serves as an important tool in workplace in the next episode episode forty three we really looked at the first set of profiles types eight nine and one which you call the Gut or anger triad bad and why understanding this first set of numbers personality types really matters in the workplace and for those listeners just tuning in I highly encourage urge you to go back and listen to these first two episodes to gain some framing and context around what we'll be talking about today. Let's go ahead and pick up right where we left left off with you and move onto the next set of profiles. This would be any grand profile types two three and four what are they and why are they grouped together and why why are they referred to as the heart triad yes so the heart. Tran- two three and four these personality types are known to be social or you're emotionally minded individuals and they all express this or manifest this in different ways as they relate to one another these numbers are known to show the most compassion and they're also known to show the most emotion again in different ways. These personality analogy type sees people are working from the heart but they're doing it in three distinct ways so let's break each one of them down. Can you talk about the twos as leaders and how understanding this profile type could be helpful to leaders in the workplace twos. Are I call the helpers bear barrier leaders that are empathetic. They are people oriented. They are sensitive to the needs of others and they have a lot of feelings to feel big and so we're talking about the heart triad or the feelings links triad to the people on the India Graham where feelings often times can run their decisions and run their actions so they need to be very aware of this. They are charming Bayer kind. They really want people to like them so if they they do not understand this about themselves or in the unhealthier levels of their number they can become people pleasers and they can actually let people people walk all over them so one of the things that I work with specifically for leaders with twos is understanding this about themselves and how they can be the l little bit more directives while also being kind and warm and compassionate because those are also things within their personality really good in the last episode you can you explain to us that there are healthy and unhealthy aspects of each personality type of recap or contrast. If you will healthy versus unhealthy for for two healthy twos are going to use their warmth and their empathy and their people skills to empower a team to be aware of the relationships with on a team these people are very relational and when they are in the healthier the're parts of their to their team is going to have a healthy relationship among themselves. When a two is not healthy they are going to be really concerned about being liked and they are going to do whatever they need to do to have the team like them instead of really coming from what the team needs and so it becomes them focused instead of team focused? If that makes sense yes it. It does Chelsea if a manager has a two on their team. What is the best way to support that team member. What is it that they need from. A leader appeared to be as successful as possible. Yeah good question twos are relational and so if you are more technical person or a more more logical person if you have to on your team it is good to get in touch with the relational sides of yourself and knowing that twos respond to warmth breath and they respond to relational interactions and so maybe like a good example would be if you have to on your team when you walk up to their desk instead of just the jumping into business and listing off everything you need from them or all the line items that you need them to perform to walk up and say hey. How was your weekend. Give them a couple of minutes to kind of express that ask them some questions. Maybe about their family or about what they do and then jump into business you kind of met the needs needs the relational part and the two is going to be more open to what you're needing from them. So I'm going to jump back to the previous episode. When we were talking about the bates nine ones and the ones being more structured and life is more black and white you might not WanNa start the conversation with a one that way? Would that be accurate. Yeah I think that would be a an accurate thing to say with ones because they are detail oriented a like getting down to business walking up to a wine and saying hey jumping right into work that is probably going to be warm for them and it's direct. They know where it's going. This is the part Arta the NFL Graham that I like so much. It just brings out the the rich tapestry if you will of how different people relate and are motivated and what resonates it's with them and this is also a part of what we refer to it. He three solutions is just the growing complexity for managers to be successful is to start to understand understand these different needs of individual employees and to be multi variant and the way that they interact with employees in a way that is gonNa feel more attuned to the needs of the individual actual team members so that was the twos take us into the threes. Yes the three. He's one of the ways that I always liked talking about threes specifically when talking to anyone in corporate is America is three that is a great way to start framing. How what three characteristics are they are. The performer former there the achiever kind of think about the American dream. They liked to create an image of his success. That's very important to them and and they do this through working hard and they aim at doing the best job possible they can do the three things that threes value you are efficiency effectiveness and quickness they move fast and they wanna get the job done as quickly and it's collective as they can so they can get onto the next task. I've heard maybe this would be an example of an unhealthy side of of a three that that threes also can put work ahead of family that is they. They really are focused on work and achievement. Is that accurate. Did I get that right. One hundred percent threes threes can really be known as workaholics and so one of the big things that I work with threes because they are so achievement in action oriented is is held to practice self care and how to have balance in their life because when threes are pumping out results and they're moving up on the corporate ladder or within their company or whatever they deem success as that is where they get a lot of their self esteem from and so in other areas of their life it may not come across says results oriented and so they can put way more energy into their work environment

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"tran" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Do we're talking about a horrible moms of smoke and then look who's on the line my man Tran what's going on with you tonight there and beautiful palmetto Florida just what is so funny fails on you too yeah funny stuff on you too are you on yeah we all my you to page a lot of great stuff there you have a you tube page well what is that you're a fan train of thought you loved me I do I thought it's where the yes and Instagram okay yeah those are words you're on Twitter trend yeah yeah yeah Facebook Snapchat Instagram yeah what's your Twitter handle what he David people going to stop him and be mean to him okay well then you should why don't you tweet S. right yeah tweet man yeah you might get top twenty okay you know we've been doing this for years Hey Trent you know we need we need a nice photograph of your beautiful mom it is home or do you have he tweeted picture of of your of your beautiful big fat mom so that we can you know have it our files I mean I I don't know if if my phone has enough memory to have her whole picture in one photo but I'll try absolutely beautiful photo I was being sarcastic there's a picture of her big **** honey boo boo tonight well as a first course he lives there it's not even open she just goes there needs when they're not open is she is she on a date see out smoking plug it up at the bar with the B. B. C.'s please have someone to go out I don't know she's like an animal is full of people so they could driver to Houston to see doctor now yeah now that's cool one of my mom news so I heard you call into your mom show last night I did yeah yeah a new house listening yeah but you know it's just south of how you feel that's what he says was mom bring six do Tom golden corral hi all right well don't pee pee the bed buddy in says send us a picture of your biggest mom all right our prices up in honor yeah please do she loves you all right no matter how much time you say you hate me and stuff I will always love you home one of my favorites on rose and you're set to mean lady now we just need Taylor coming to sing the song now Taylor signal we got a somehow take this darkness way from your heart then a light have you turn over a new leaf you don't have to be a wretched mean jerk off all the time I just don't want to be as mom Ellie he easy bothers me thank you actually adopted him on the show you down in the St you said it now sorry you're breaking his heart we put it back in this is a real **** sandwich train you don't everyone is my friend you know a good way to live your life but that that's not going to like you get over it please don't be so mean they are not are you still love them and now my friend that's not a great way to live your life that's not a good strategy you always have a smile on his face my own because whenever he sees your smiling face he has to.

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"tran" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on Bad Science

"Lab Dr Aaron Blaisdell. Thank you for having me on here again. Ethan feels like it's just been an hour ago since I was here. I've missed you. I'm so glad that you're back. I'm a little bit upset that you didn't automatically complement me forgetting your name right right. I know it's probably just expected that. I should get it right at this point but I thought I would get at least like a sunny so awesome you don't even the comment on them. You detract from their awesomeness. Yeah yeah exactly it's like the sun is so massive in powerful. We don't have to talk about it. All the time. The unnecessary and joining us is comedian and writer Robin Tran much shorter credit than the other guy. We can some lab you run if you know no no. I don't run anything okay or run or do anything so I'm a comedian writer which means I'm very lazy. Yeah we were talking about your potential laziness a little bit before the pod. You're not potential at all. It's Connecticut. It's like aggressively lazy like sitting up in Watching T._v.. Is Too much work for me that wow I was overwhelmed to go lie down yeah yeah so I got up to do this. I mean that's incredible feat. That sounds like I didn't dress up either identify as a woman but but she dressed up don't worry about the pronouns at all. I don't care at all okay great and you know what same you gave me. Whatever you want I mean honestly you can call me scum mega and that's also fine and potentially more accurate answer to hey you it? Is that what your students sometimes so desserts okay today like I said we're talking about Lion King. Obviously I grew up on this movie. I've seen it a million times but I want your guys as take on the film so why did you I see what what does it mean to you et Cetera I saw it when I was a kid. I didn't get it. I didn't really speak English so you know I was just like Oh. This is really pretty really pretty designs and it wasn't a translator. You saw it like yeah. I was confused because like a Simba turned old and I thought he I thought that is that his dad would happen to the kid dumb I was..

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Sriracha Syndicate Splits: Hot Sauce King Suing Supplier

Business Wars Daily

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Sriracha Syndicate Splits: Hot Sauce King Suing Supplier

"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this business wars daily happy Friday, everyone, we all know that one friend who can hardly eat anything without a dose of hot sauce on top. Heck, it might even be you. And if you're addicted to the spicy red stuff, the likelihood is it's Saracho from who he fogged foods, you know, the red bottle with a green cap that shows up on grocery shelves and diner tables everywhere. CEO David TRAN began making hot sauces in Vietnam in nineteen seventy five relatives delivered. The products to local buyers by bicycle for years later, TRAN fled Vietnam, Taiwanese freighter called who he found eventually making it to the US naming the company after the freighter TRAN began selling his sauce out of buckets to Los Angeles restaurants today, who he fogs Saracho has a rabid cult following. And it holds about ten percent of America's one point six. Six billion dollar hot sauce market. So says Anna Amir the hot sauce analyst for research company. Ibis squirrelled who knew you could grow up and become a hot sauce analyst. Well, you knew it was coming things are heating up in the hot sauce business. We fog and its longtime pepper supplier Underwood ranches have sued each other for millions Underwood which was we found so pepper supplier. For almost thirty years is said to be launching its own Saracho Saracho by the ways at type of sauce like the word catch. It's not a brand name who fond claims that Underwood's suddenly stopped supplying the peppers it relied on its lawsuit. Claims Underwood owes we fog more than a million dollars in overpayments, and that it is unlawfully keeping seven million dollars in Queant in a counter suit Underwood claims, we breach some contracts causing Underwood financial distress and been assessing delay off more than forty workers. The producer was left with acres of excess specially grown. Peppers couldn't sell elsewhere. What else to do but launched some competitive heat now who fog at least as flaming Underwood on Twitter. And in the press and customers are responding Saracho is so popular that fans are pledging loyalty on Twitter that might not come as a surprise for a brand that's inspired everything from cookbooks to Saracho flavored ice cream to Halloween costumes, but the brand has also drawn fire before in twenty thirteen the city of Irwindale, California where it's factory sits shut the company down temporarily. Some local residents had complained that fumes from grinding millions of pounds of ripe red jalapenos into a chili garlic paste recording respiratory problems. But that suit was dismissed how hot this case will get will become evident in court at the end of the month. In the meantime, aficionados just wanna make sure that their precious condiments supply won't be threatened. Hot sauce analysts consider Saracho, a discretionary. Product fans disagree. They seem to say just try to rinse it out of my hot little hands. From wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton brand Emma Cortlandt is our editor and producer our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez or wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see next me. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets wheat, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering you valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth. All you have to do to get it for free is to go to nets wheat dot com slash BW w daily again, get net weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily. Now. One more time net sweet dot com slash b w daily.

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Facing A Critical Shortage Of Drivers, The Trucking Industry Is Changing

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Facing A Critical Shortage Of Drivers, The Trucking Industry Is Changing

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Newman's Own foundation, working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman's Own food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place. More information is available at Newman's Own foundation dot org. Most of the stuff around us right now. I don't know the television screens microphones in this studio products in your house parts of every car. Parts of almost every building. We're once transported by truck. And the system that moves all that freight is fundamental problem. There are not enough drivers trucking companies say an acute shortages causing delays and driving up. Consumer prices. Frank Morris of our member station. K C you are as the first of two stories down. John. We just need you to back this up in a straight line and remember on a parking lot in Springfield, Missouri. Marked with orange traffic. Cones John bounce is changing career Linz learning to drive a semi truck. A mouse click at home in Georgia landed bounds behind the wheel of this big rig. I clicked on wheel TRAN and it wasn't a couple days later. They called me back got in touch with me. You know, made it really easy for me to choose this company, which is courted bands Forty-three-year-old meat cutter with zero trucking experience like a star athlete for job. This starts above forty thousand dollars a year because as fellow students like Jesse Deger twenty one year old from Philadelphia. No, this industry is desperate for drivers. I like this company a lot. So I'm not going to say, I'm not going to be here. But if I wanted to go somewhere else, there's a plethora of places I could go and get a job almost anywhere in the country. The trucking industry's been short of drivers for decades. But the problem keeps getting worse. It's a big run up in shipping. Demand. Baby, boomer retirements and a staggering turnover rate have left trucking companies unable to fill some sixty thousand jobs TJ O'Connor, president of wire sea freight says that's forcing them to turn down lucrative business lying as an industry, we need to be more creative and resourceful to attract and retain top notch. People. There were safety focus that have an interest and understand what they're getting into. Of course money is part of the solution. Some companies are offering signing bonuses referral bonuses longevity. Bonuses paid time off retirement plans and healthcare last year average, trigger income spike to around sixty thousand dollars has gone up tremendously. And in some cases, you know, you're talking ten eleven percent for nil is director of talent acquisition for one month. Huge trucking fleet they've got nine hundred openings are first your drivers with WalMart will average about eighty seven five this year, eighty seven thousand five hundred dollars with good benefits and like. Some other trucking firms. Walmart's also offering drivers nearly free online college tuition, but WalMart only hires experienced drivers with sterling safety records. Todd Spencer, president of the owner operator independent drivers association says average driver income slumped for decades before last year's boost the only real shortage is to pay shortage. So that's the shortage even the crappiest job will attract workers and keep them if they pay enough most long haul truckers don't get a salary or even in hourly wage, they get paid by the mile. It's been that way since the nineteen thirty's, partly as an incentive for drivers hauling unrefrigerated food to move it as fast as possible drivers liked. They made more that way. Now, the government enforces strict limits on the amount of time drivers can spend behind the wheel many. They long delays in traffic and holdups. Loading and unloading that can eat up much of their driving time all without pay. You put in a whole lot of average for the. You'll get the driver shortage in tight freight markets are making more expensive for shippers to waste drivers. Time companies are trying to structure rests to give drivers more predictable pay schedules, but all that isn't enough to fix the driver shortage and companies are working hard to broaden the appeal of trucking NPR news and Frank morts in Kansas City. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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"tran" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The crossroads of America. It's Tony cats today. I can't believe I have to go back to this. But since we shared the story yesterday, the national attention. This story has gotten out of Virginia. Hey, I don't want to make sure I wanna make sure nobody missed it. And be wait till you hear how some people are trying to defend this. We're the governor of Virginia. Ralph north. Is not making a case for the legalisation and the continued legalization of abortion. He's making the case for infanticide. He's making the case for murder. If you missed it. I'm telling you right now nothing about this is easy. I'm going to share it with you. Info, I'm going to share with you. How it started with a Virginia delegate democrat, Kathy? Tran how it continued with the governor? Virginia. And where he has gone to. What do you do with the society? That no isn't talking about whether or not abortion should be legal. But it's conflicting the idea between abortion and murder. Well, you might say abortion is murder. Let me let me try and say it better. They think you can kill a fetus in the womb. And according to governor north them you can kill the infant out of the womb. Even for Americans. Many who might be okay with the basic idea of pro choice. They have to ask themselves, whether they're okay with this. Let's break it down into pieces. Tony cats. Tony cats today. So good to be with you. Eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine that is the number. I start. With Kathy TRAN. Kathy tran. Is a delegate. In virginia. Right. That's how that's how they do it there. The Commonwealth Virginia. And she has got a Bill that would allow abortion. Up until birth. This is the same as what you've got New York which passed and is now law, and oh, they celebrated in New York. They turn the spire on the World Trade Center on the freedom tower. They turned it pink super excited Subaru excited about this women, women's health, and reproductive health, and whatever rights and whatever else, they call it. And she is being asked questions by the Republican chairman of this committee. And she is defending or spraining this Bill. This has been edited only for time. I've taken out like gaps between answers, not for content on a single word has changed. This is the Bill. This is the conversation about abortion. Listen, I it's very unfortunate that our physicians at a witnesses were not able to attend today to speak specific. And I'm talking about your Bill how late in third trimester could a physician perform an abortion, if he indicated it would impair the mental health of the of.

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"tran" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on KGO 810

"That I'll do that one more time. All those delegates in favor say, hi. All those delegates opposed say, no. In the opinion that chair two-thirds of voted in. The affirmative the motion is adopted platform has been amended is showing on the screen. They booed and they. Kathy tran. Defending third trimester abortions listen to this. So how late in the third trimester. Would you be able to do to do that? You know, it's very unfortunate that our physicians witnesses. We're not able to attend today to speak specific. I'm talking about your Bill how how late in the third trimester could a physician perform an abortion, if he indicated it would impair them until health of the of the woman. Physical. Okay. I'm talking about the mental health. So I mean through the third trimester third trimester goes all the way up to forty weeks. Okay. But to the end of the third trimester. I don't think we have a limit in the Bill so. Where it's obvious that a woman is about to give birth. She has physical signs of that. She's about to give birth would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion if she was so certified. This. She's dilating. Mr Chairman that would be a, you know, a decision that the doctor the physician and the woman understand that. I'm asking you. If you're Bill allows that my Bill would allow that. Yes..

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"tran" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on KTOK

"Kathy TRAN is one of many members of the Virginia house, a delegates the Virginia house at delegates. Oh my goodness. Where so much of our history was. So much of our history. And so much now of our decline. Kathy tran. Is a member of the house had delegates never heard of it before. At a hearing this week, she introduced her Bill her Bill provides for abortion during labor. During labor. During birth. Ask yourself. Well, how do you actually conduct that abortion? See we use this word abortion abort. Because it's so. It just doesn't get the character of what's taking place. Does it describe it properly? It's so dehumanizing. If somebody kills a pregnant dog, they don't talk about. Well, you know, the puppies would have been take talk about the puppies. Right. Saint people often who talk about puppies and kittens refused to call human babies babies when they're in the womb. Most states under the criminal coach. You kill a pregnant mother. That's two counts of murder. And yet they call it a choice. How did they get away with this moral incoherence? But you would think we could at least agree. That when the babies in the birth canal. When the baby is in the birth canal. That that baby is a human being. Now, most of us know that that they busy human being period. But you would think everybody would agree, right? That during labor that during the birth process. It's not a mother's choice. It's not a mother's choice in consultation with her doctor. It's God's choice a baby. That's a baby. What kind of animals have we become? How have we become? Where does this end? And here's the proposal. By a delegate to the Virginia house of delegates. Cafe TRAN being questioned by Republican delegate Todd Gilbert, cut thirteen go. I'm talking about your Bill how how late in the third trimester physician perform an abortion, if he indicated it would impair them until health of the of the woman or physical half. Okay. Okay. I'm talking about the mental health. So I mean through the third trimester third trimester goes all the way up to forty weeks. Okay. But to the end of the third trimester. I don't think we have a limited in the Bill. So. Where it's obvious that woman is about to give birth. She has physical signs of that. She's about to give birth would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion, if she was so certified, she's dilating, Mr Chairman that would be a, you know, a decision that the doctor the physician and the woman understand that. I'm asking you. If you're Bill allows that my Bill would allow that. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. The Bill Lau said, of course. And how dare you question her, Mr Chairman after all your mail? I'm sick of that too. We men love our children to we men would die for our children. We would kill for our children. We also provide for our children. There are also our flesh and blood. And I don't wanna hear ever again period that I'm a man, and I don't get the habit decision in this. I sure as hell do. And so do you. Murder is murder. This is a murder Bill. That's what it is call it. What it is. The abortion cut it out. And then we have the governor of Virginia. Supposed to be a moderate. Nobody knew who the hell. He was routh northen. He's a physician, you know. He's not only a physician, he's a pediatric physician. So he knows kids and he loves them. The former Lieutenant governor. He was being interviewed on a radio show today. Go ahead, Mr. producer. I I would say this is why decisions such as this should be made by providers physicians and the mothers and fathers that that are involved..

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"tran" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"By a delegate to the Virginia house of delegates Kathy TRAN being questioned by Republican delegate, Todd Gilbert, cut thirteen go. Now, I'm talking about your Bill how how late in the third trimester could a physician perform an abortion of he indicated it would impair the mental health of the of the woman physical. Okay. Okay. I'm talking about the mental health. So through the third trimester third. Trimester goes all the way up to forty weeks. Okay. But to the end of the third trimester. I don't think we have the limit in the Bill so. Where it's obvious that woman is about to give birth. She has physical signs of this. She's about to give birth would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion, if she was so certified she's dilating, Mr Chairman that would be a a decision that the doctor the physician and the woman understand that. I'm asking you. If you're Bill allows that my Bill would allow that. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. The Bill allows said of course. And how dare you question her, Mr Chairman after all your mail? I'm sick of that too. We men love our children to we men would die for our children. We would kill for our children. We also provide for our children. There are also our flesh and blood. And I don't wanna hear ever again, period. I'm a man, and I don't get the habit.

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"tran" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Kathy TRAN is one of many members of the Virginia Haussa delegates the Virginia house at delegates. Oh my goodness. Where so much of our history. It was. Some of our history. And so much now of our decline. Kathy tran. Is a member of the house had delegates never heard of it before. At a hearing this week, she introduced her Bill her Bill provides for abortion during labor. During labor. Birth. Ask yourself. Well, how do you actually conduct that abortion? See we use this word abortion aboard. Because it's so. Just doesn't get the character of what's taking place. Does that describe it properly? It's so dehumanizing. If somebody kills a pregnant dog, they don't talk about. Well, you know, the puppies would have been talk about the puppies, right? Same people often who talk about puppies and kittens refused to call human babies babies when they're in the womb. Most states under the criminal codes. You kill a pregnant mother. That's two counts of murder. And yet they call it a choice. How do they get away with this moral incoherence? But you would think we could at least agree. That when the babies in the birth canal. When the baby is in the birth canal. That that baby is a human being. Now, most of us know that that babe is a human being period. But you would think everybody would agree, right? That during labor that during the birth process. It's not a mother's choice. It's not a mother's choice in consultation with her doctor. It's God's choice baby. That's baby. What kind of animals have we become? How have we become? Where does this end? And here's the proposal. By a delegate to the Virginia house of delegates Kathy TRAN being questioned by Republican delegate, Todd Gilbert, cut thirteen go. I'm talking about your Bill how how late in the third trimester could a physician performing abortion of he indicated it would impair them until health of the of the woman physical. Okay. Okay. I'm talking about the mental health. So I mean through the third trimester the third trimester does all the way up to forty weeks. Okay. But to the end of the third trimester. I don't think we have a limit in the Bill. So. Where it's obvious that woman is about to give birth that she has physical signs of that she's about to give birth would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion, if she was so certified she's dilating at Mr Chairman that would be a, you know, a decision that the doctor the physician and the woman understand that. I'm asking you. If you're Bill allows that my Bill would allow that. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. The Bill allows said of course. And how dare you question her, Mr Chairman after all your mail? I'm sick of that too. We love our children to we men would die for our children. We would kill for our children. We also provide for our children. There. They're also our flesh and blood. And I don't wanna hear ever again period that I'm a man, and.

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"tran" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on WTVN

"Kathy TRAN is one of many members of the Virginia house, a delegates the Virginia house delegates. Oh my goodness. Where so much of our history was. So much of our history. And so much now of our decline. Kathy tran. Is a member of the house had delegates never heard her before. At a hearing this week, she introduced her Bill her Bill provides for abortion during labor. During labor. During birth. Ask yourself. Well, how do you actually conduct that abortion? See we use this word abortion aboard. Because it's so. It just doesn't get the character of what's taking place. Does that describe it properly? It's so dehumanizing. If somebody kills a pregnant dog, they don't talk about. Well, you know, the puppies would have been take talk about the puppies. Right. Same people often who talk about puppies and kittens refused. The call human babies babies when they're in the womb. Most states under the criminal codes. You kill a pregnant mother. That's two counts of murder. And yet they call it a choice. How do they get away with this moral incoherence? But you would think we could at least agree. That when the babies in the birth canal. When the baby is in the birth canal. That that baby is a human being. Now, most of us know that that babe is a human being period. But you would think everybody would agree, right? That during labor that during the birth process. It's not a mother's choice. It's not a mother's choice in consultation with her doctor. It's God's choice that's up baby. That's a baby. What kind of animals have we become? How have we.

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"tran" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Kathy TRAN is one of many members of the Virginia house, a delegates the Virginia house at delegates. Oh my goodness. Where so much of our history was. So much of our history. And so much now of our decline. Kathy tran. Is a member of the house had delegates never heard of it before. Had a hearing this week. She introduced her Bill her Bill provides for abortion during labor. Going labor. Going birth. Ask yourself. Well, how do you actually conduct that abortion? See we use this word abortion abort. Because it's so. Just doesn't get the character of what's taking place. Does that describe it properly? It's so dehumanizing. If somebody kills a pregnant dog, they don't talk about. Well, you know, the puppies would have been take talk about the puppies. Right. Saint people often who talk about puppies and kittens refused to call human babies babies when they're in the womb. Most states under the criminal codes. You kill a pregnant mother. That's two counts of murder. And yet they call it a choice. How do they get away with this moral incoherence? But you would think we could at least agree. That when the babies in the birth canal. When the baby is in the birth canal. That that baby is a human being. Now, most of us know that that is a human being period. But you would think everybody would agree, right? That during labor that during the birth process. It's not a mother's choice. It's not a mother's choice in consultation with her doctor. It's God's choice that's up baby. That's a baby. What kind of animals have we become? How have we become? Where does this end? And here's the proposal..

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"tran" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on WRVA

"Kathy TRAN is one of many members of the Virginia house, a delegates the Virginia house at delegates. Oh my goodness. Where so much of our history was. So much of our history. And so much now of our decline. Kathy tran. Is a member of the house of delegates never heard of her before. At a hearing this week, she introduced her Bill her Bill provides for abortion during labor. During labor. During birth. Ask yourself. Well, how do you actually conduct that abortion? See we use this word abortion aboard. Because it's so. It just doesn't get the character of what's taking place. Does that describe it properly? It's so dehumanizing. If somebody kills a pregnant dog, they don't talk about. Well, you know, the puppies would have been take talk about the puppies. Right. Saint people often who talk about puppies and kittens refused to call human babies babies when they're in the womb. Most states under the criminal codes. You kill a pregnant mother. That's two counts of murder. And yet they call it a choice. How do they get away with this moral incoherence? But you would think we could at least agree. That when the babies in the birth canal. When the baby is in the birth canal. That that baby is a human being. Now, most of us know that that babe is a human being period. But you would think everybody would agree, right? That during labor that during the birth process. It's not a mother's choice. It's not a mother's choice in consultation with her doctor. It's God's choice at a baby. That's baby. What kind of animals have we become? How have we become?.

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"tran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Kathy TRAN is one of many members of the Virginia house of delegates the Virginia house delegates. Oh my goodness. Where so much of our history was. So much of our history. And so much now of our decline. Kathy tran. Is a member of the house had delegates never heard of it before. At a hearing this week, she introduced her Bill her Bill provides for abortion during labor. During labor. Doing birth. Ask yourself. Well, how do you actually conduct that abortion? See we use this word abortion abort. Because it's so. Just doesn't get the character of what's taking place. Does that describe it properly? It's so dehumanizing. If somebody kills a pregnant dog, they don't talk about. Well, you know, the puppies would have been they talk about the puppies, right? Saint people often talk about puppies and kittens refuse to call human babies babies when they're in the womb. Most states under their criminal codes. You kill a pregnant mother. That's two counts of murder. And yet they call it a choice. How do they get away with this Marl incoherence? But you would think we could at least agree. That when the baby is in the birth canal. When the baby is in the birth canal. That that baby is a human being. Now, most of us know that that baby is a human being period. But you would think everybody would agree, right? That during labor that during the birth process. It's not a mother's choice. It's not a mother's choice in consultation with her doctor. It's God's choice. That's a baby. That's a baby. What kind of animals have we become? How have we become? Where does this end? And here's the.

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"tran" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on KNSS

"Kathy TRAN is one of many members of the Virginia house, a delegates the Virginia house at delegates. Oh my goodness. Where so much of our history was. So much of our history. And so much now of our decline. Kathy tran. Is a member of the house had delegates never heard of it before. At a hearing this week, she introduced her Bill her Bill provides for abortion during labor. During labor. During birth. Ask yourself. Well, how do you actually conduct that abortion? See we use this word abortion abort. Because it's so. It just doesn't get the character of what's taking place. Does that describe it properly? It's so dehumanizing. If somebody kills a pregnant dog, they don't talk about. Well, you know, the puppies would have been take talk about the puppies. Right. Saint people often who talk about puppies and kittens refused to call human babies babies when they're in the womb. Most states under the criminal codes. You kill a pregnant mother. That's two counts of murder. And yet they call it a choice. How do they get away with this Marl incoherence? But you would think we could at least agree. That when the babies in the birth canal. When the baby is in the birth canal. That that baby is a human being. Now, most of us know that that babe is a human being period. But you would think everybody would agree right that during labor that during the birth process. It's not a mother's choice. It's not a mother's choice in consultation with her doctor. It's God's choice at up baby. That's a baby. What kind of animals have we become?.

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"tran" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"tran" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"In the writing program at Washington University in sT Louis TRAN told us they were in a high school art history class when they first saw the painting. Judith slaying whole affair knees by the renaissance artist artemisia, gentle Eski, and I remember seeing the image. That used the renaissance style chairs the school of light and dark to render this brilliant woman. Dress in this gold sunlit dress running her knife through the neck of the man a Syrian, Jen. Who not only pillaged her town. But also wrecked unimaginable havoc the woman in that painting was Judith who has the Old Testament story goes proposition Hullah fairness after he destroyed her village with the help of her made they got him drunk, and then she beheaded many years later. Now, I didn't quite understand. Why it lingered with me, and perhaps seeing for example, this past fall when Dr Christine Bazeley Ford testify against Brad Kavanagh in the Senate. Did I realize it is both something about the painting, but the artist's own life that I was drawn to artemisia Genta Laskey rose to prominence as one of the greatest renaissance painters of her time. She was also a rape victim who testified against her rapist in court and. One. And so in this poem, which represents my own experience as a rape survivor. I wanted to place myself in both the feet of Judith and the feet of artemisia an imagine what it might be like for those of us lucky enough to achieve Justice against our buesser 's trend says the vividly remember the day, they began writing this poem. My mom had called me as she does every day at nine PM. And I told her that I was preparing to do a reading in Baltimore, and she who does not entirely except my gender or my sexuality reminded me that I should look presentable in front of the people. I was going to read for and I. Laughed because of course, you know, I had prepared and a -rageous outfit that she would entirely disapprove of. And just thought to myself mom, of course, I know better than to leave the house without getting dolled up, but I'm going to get dolled at in my own way, and somehow that thought intersected with this painting and in the back of my brain came this notion that. Well, certainly before Judith left her house to run her blade through this man's neck. She was going to look very good TRAN weaves, biblical characters into the poem as well as moments from everyday life, including dialogue from conversations with their mother for her that obsession with artifice with allusion comes from the fact that she is a refugee in a country that would otherwise redact her experience and one of the ways that she demands her civil rights her respect and dignity from people who often make fun of her for not speaking English well for being small and simply also for being a woman is to get dressed up put her makeup on do her hair. And I have never seen her leave the house, even if she's going to the post office. Has never saw her leave the house without getting ready. So I was delighted to fold that experience in to the poem. Here's Paul TRAN reading like Judith slaying. Hullah fairness, I know better than to leave the house without my good dress. My good knife like Excalibur between mass stone breast mother would have me whipped would have me kneeling on rice until ash real so loud. I rang the church bells. Didn't.

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"tran" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tran" Discussed on TechStuff

"Computer programmers work to build out more functionality into four tran including creating the ability to make true block if statements and direct access input output functions that result was four trans 77 which became the most widely used programming language in the world and they're still examples of code written in four tran 77 today forty years later four trend ninety was the next version of pure for tran it was created to again address some of the shortcomings of bore tran compared to other programming languages such as the ability to allocate memory dynamically and it was published as a standard by the international standards organization in 1991 and there was one more version in 1997 called for tran 95 iso at and forgery and also spawned a few other languages one notable family was the foul goal series of languages a l g o l like for tran algal founded its greatest applications and scientific calculations it's really where it was used for the most part uh it introduced a block structure in which coders could insert a block of statements for the scope of variables within the code and it also incorporated recur shen which is the ability of a procedure to call upon itself and never really reached commercial success but it had a profound impact on people developing their own programming languages so in other words it wasn't so compelling as to get universal adoption but it definitely inspired a lot of programmers to give it a whirl and two then incorporate some of those elements into their own programming languages later on.

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"tran" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"tran" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"What do you all this what does your name please if clean godless luigi ashikaga yourself so oncourt dabka footage of your ability and take responsibility for your own life when we face new challenges and you will have plenty of develop you never thought possible and leave your teammates through gary drought you discover that you can handle any a and you learn it by being a scout it's great how dare you push children's by with such things next you'll probably tell them to fight a career that they love so that it won't feel like they're actually walking you didn't do anything you can be thing you ought to be but in order to succeed you must find out what you love to do you have to five your passion know what no matter what they tell you in this scout out you pledge on your on your yes and you do your duty to god and to your country welcome to the hague dally show so that was president tran talking to the boy scouts obama didn't do that away obama never went to the boy scout jamboree he was taping the view you know that important stash he always bypassed anyway i he is just under fire for this speech and i you know when you listen to those comments did you find anything in there that was horrifying no in fact trump even said to the boy scouts they're going to find a way to spin this and you've got to be careful about fake news use right i have a lot to talk about today in fact thomas tax will be joining me from pera local radio today and we have a host of topics you want to fill you went on and also what what i found interesting about this speech the left went insane over your leftist progressives the ones without the brain's they went crazy over this speech basis weekly he said he'd like.

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"tran" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tran" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"While a lot of these financial systems were written i think and this time for this one for tran was babe cobalt started to come into effect that i could be lol yeah i could be wrong on the history of that but i know that there were a lot of security issues early on and a lot of banks seem do operas assumption that uh just because you put everything under computer somewhere didn't mean that someone wound so tryon rob your bank digitally people it was sort of a high trust mentality in the early days bank robberies in happen for a long time and uh y'all were driving here is just different ways of spinning at reinventing the wheel a at high speed the my question is let okay so people have made known certain sorts of the operations more efficient through the use of computers and networks but what does it matter well let's you blake sas it let's who exploited what was previously slack in the system for good or ill so you can do things like cash flow management um there was a lot more tricky back the day see you no longer need to house odd is much just like actual liquid cash of the oval on in order to do your day to day business because you know like orders are coming in electronic lien you see them immediately on the same thing with your revenues semi in every time a cash register rings up white you can be updating a database so you know you know exactly where you're going to be a by the end of the day um and so you know you can like not have those assets tied up providing liquidity on instinet others us as predicted that the market.

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