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What the pandemic has revealed about the real value of college
"We've got a moment. We're in crisis. Can we do better. Ron lieber is asking that very question in his new book. The price you pay for college is the author of the new york times personal finance column your money ron for years and years and years. We weren't thinking about the price of college the value of college. Is it worth it. Well i think you have to start by asking yourself what college is right. what is college for. I wasn't sure what the answer to. That question was so i asked you know scores of families and i heard the same things over and over again colleges for getting an education for having your mind grown in your mind blown. It is for kinship. It is for finding the people who will carry you through life. It is for getting a credential whether it's the gold plated one that will open doors or just the degree that will allow you to grasp hold of the middle class and hopefully stay there and so in order to answer. The question of whether college is worth it. You need to find it for your individual family that we as a nation can dictate for any given individual but then how did we get to this place right. My dad worked in the summer and put himself through school and had a tiny bit of debt. After how did college get this expensive. There are so many more things pulling on our household incomes than there used to be. We are entirely responsible in most instances for our own retirement. We're paying more and more out of our own pockets for healthcare. Many people are paying off their own student. Loan debt well into their forties or fifties right so people don't have the same kind of disposable income as they might have earlier states have reduced their subsidies towards higher education which means the price of the state schools has gone up and the private institutions. They've gotten more and more expensive so the middle class. There is being squeezed. This whole idea of i want to go to a liberal arts college and better myself and in the world is will be. My voice. teacher is kind of an antiquated thought. Sure i'd like to enrich myself but not if it's going to put me in hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of debt. I remember when i was a senior in college. I went to lehigh and lee. Could absolutely help you on the career services front. If you wanted to go work in an accounting firm or be an engineer i wanted to work in investment banking so i drove to new york city with my mother and i stuck into the career services office at columbia university and i borrowed these giant binders. That had every piece of information that you needed for every bank every financial institution so you could apply for the summer internships. Now i went to the photocopy machine to start and you needed to have a school. I d to use the photocopier. I got caught. And i got kicked out the reason i bring this up. We send these kids to college but the best jobs are directly linked to only a few schools. So do we need to start looking at. Here's a college. What is the job. My child is going to get on the other side because otherwise they will be sitting here in hundreds of thousands of dollars with a debt. Yes to all of that first of all. That is the most bad ass career services story that i have ever heard your description of this as quote unquote best jobs right. I mean it is true that the best jobs in investment banking very narrow feel from certain institutions. Right unless you beat down the door but are those. The best jobs in america are the best jobs for anyone. Goldman sachs's is hiring. All these people in salt lake city now do not come from columbia and harvard and stanford mit. So then we have to ask ourselves well. These are iconic jobs in in certain social classes but are they really the best jobs out there for any given twenty two year old. I don't think so. Before the pandemic we knew there was a skills gap in the united states. We were at full employment yet. We had millions of americans who are not making enough money to support themselves. We had people who had jobs but good enough jobs. But you hear people making that argument saying you cannot afford to support yourself and your family working in a fast food restaurant but that job was never intended for someone who has a family to support. Is there an opportunity to actually create a real jobs program. A skills retraining program so it's not just about raising minimum wage. It's about retraining. People to qualify themselves for better higher paying jobs yes and that infrastructure already exists we can use the community college infrastructure to provide that skills training but we also have a shortage of qualified instructors to teach some of these skills. Why because the skills are so in demand that the people who would be doing the instructing are making five times as much money being actual practitioners. If you're a master plumber. You're not going to spend twenty hours a week teaching at a community college even though it would be a service to the community if you are a welder with twenty five years of experience right same thing is true. So how are we going to create the budget that allows for more people to be pushed through rigorous training programs. And so we need to do more I think from a state perspective and from a federal perspective not just provides the money but also to ensure equity and access to these programs
Grow Your Business With These Part Time Hires
"I hire an executive assistant. A virtual assistant somebody that can do your ten dollar tasks. What are ten dollar task swell. These are these little nitty-gritty tests that you are doing right now. That are wasting your time. That are not really worth much. They'll actually bring in money into the company. You should be focusing on ten thousand dollar tasks as the founder as the person that's behind the product. You're the expert. You need to use your genius to bring in the big bucks. You shouldn't be using your time doing admin work we're talking email scheduling taking notes updating blog posts. All you'll finicky things that anybody could be trained to do. If you don't have an executive assistant already you could definitely get one and you could start time twenty hours a week for this job position. I recommended shakeout all my jobs up. H this is a job. Board based out of the philippines can get some really good talent for part time higher for this position. Three hundred dollars a month is the ranger looking at peanuts. Compared to the amount of time you're going to save they're going to save you twenty hours a week. Imagine what you can do with twenty hours extra week to bring in more clients more customers build better products. Do more live webinars make more sales. This is what you should be focusing on. Not adleman work. Okay so i hire executive assistant. This is going to relieve you of all the little nitty gritty stuff and focus on the stuff that really brings in the money. Higher number. Two a part-time content writer are fulltime content writer. Connor on our team was part time in the beginning and he was able to fill in some gaps and the reason why i recommend a content writers. Because they're able to write you. Blog posts are able to write you a scripts for your video. They're able to create your social media. Snippets what all these things have in common. They're all marketing activities that are going to bringing customers. That are make you money. And all they focus on is writing great copy to sell your products or services. You get the focus on creating a better product in great copy. Great writing like a blog post. That's evergreen is going to bring you traffic. Seo is an investment right. It's something that you're gonna reap the benefits for years to come okay. Their work will equal dollars. Okay now content writer is a little bit expensive because they are a high skilled job but you can get some really good writers and some of them were via a word count or per blockposts or per hour. You're looking around Fifteen all the way to thirty forty dollars an hour to just get started and you can start with ten hours a week and move up fifteen twenty as you see fit a gray site to Find somebody who works remotely to help you With this position is we work remotely dot com is a good job site for this type of work is usually a tech site or tech jobs but they also have content jobs. Upwork is also a good place to look for somebody in this area next a customer service agent now. Any customer service asian. You know you may not have that many customers with that. Many customer service requests a great customer service. It goes a long way. It helps you. Keep your customers and get return customers. But i also want you to find if you're gonna make one higher that's part time find somebody who is really going to focus on dealing with delinquent turn delinquent payments a lot entrepreneurs leave a lot of money on the table where they will follow up with customers. That have failed credit card. The don't renew their credit card information. They forgot to update their Their credit card information in their account. When it's time for renewal for baby their membership or their annual access to your community just simply they just need a personal touch to get them to update their information many. We'll just ignore this. And they're leaving thousands. Maybe even hundreds of thousands of dollars on the table off delinquent turn and if you have somebody dedicated that just goes to your stripe account or goes to your back in and says okay here. All the filth payments these are all the customers that are attached to an email each one and reach out to them as an update their credit card information so they can continue to get all the benefits of your products and services an individual email from an unreal. Person makes a whole lot of difference and this is low hanging fruit. Easy part time higher Again all my jobs up h is a good place to find that person. There's also a service. That can do this but i know they have minimums in terms of how many customers or how many failed payments but check them out. There called greedy at greedy solutions dot l.
How To Steal Back Your Identity
"The greatest betrayal of abbey. Ellen's life began with a newspaper assignment. I was reading a story about detox diets. And i need to quote an expert and someone suggested this guy. Abby is a journalist and the author of duped a book about this fateful interview and the bizarre life altering aftermath and so i quoted him Actually it was in the new york times called a fact check. I said are you still in florida and he said no. I'm in the navy now i rejoined. I'm opening up a hospital for kids with cancer in iraq and afghanistan. And i said that's awesome. I want to write about that. Keep me posted and so he sort of did so. We'd never met in person until all why a later that when he finally was coming to new york city where i was living because he had to give a big talk at the un clearly and so he came to do is talk of the un and we went to dinner six months later abbey and this man who she calls the commander were engaged. They moved in together in dc. Well he worked at the pentagon. Abby went to grad school for international relations. But the more time she spent with the commander the more abby sense to something just wasn't quite right. What i made you suspicious. Me told me he had met his first. The first ex wife who's really his second ex wife but his first when he rescued her when she was held hostage in iran. And i said the age didn't add up. I said when we in iran he said oh it was a secret mission. You wouldn't have heard about it really well. And then i thought okay the someone has to do these jobs like better better. Decoy this nerdy asthmatic. Doctor you know like like why not and then. He told me that he worked at guantanamo as the medical director which he did that was part of the problem is that he kind of mixed fiction and fact together and one of his patients was a very wanted terrorist named osama bin laden. And i said that is impossible. And he said the president doesn't know and then i got like all you know. Carrie mathison a homeland. Like god. who's the jihadist. And who's not and who knows what it was. I was gasoline making myself crazy. Suddenly abby found herself using her reporting skills to investigate her own fiance she talked to professors about whether the commanders impressive stories could even be possible. Never like yeah. That's the possible. The final straw was when we went out to dinner with my parents. And we had brussel sprouts and he raved about the brussels sprouts and when we got out he said that meal was awful and i said why did you lie. And he said. I wanted to make them feel better. And that's when. I said you know what i'm out. There's no need to lie about something like okay. So so he was treating been logging and the president to know about it but it was. The brussels sprouts praised that gave him away in the end. I knew they weren't good but more than that. He admitted that he had lied. He said i wanted to make them feel good. And i thought you lie so beautifully which has flowed out of him. If you could lie about that you could lie about anything when you finally did confront him. How did he react to that. Well i left him. I said i'm out. So i never talk to him again. And i didn't find out until a year and a half later that he in fact had been stealing identities and when he was a drug addict. And i got a call from ncis and they said you know there's a doctor who's been writing prescriptions for vicodin and he's been using a bunch of people's names and identities and you're one of the people. Do you know this guy. Do you ever prescription. And i said well. No 'cause i prefer valium and so of course but anyway so he went to jail to make a statement against him. I just started researching all this stuff about this guy. Heaven the guy you're about to marry steal your identity is obviously different than casey's going through but it actually has a lot more in common with her situation than you might think abbas wrestled with the kind of psychological trauma that really defines any breach of trust. And she understands the obsession. That's now leading. Casey to work twenty hour weekends on her case. So you're in this kind of like luminol space of you may be probably sort of know them. But you don't know and you're not sure if you're ever gonna find out right. Can you kind of describe where you are with all this well. I kind of actually have this idea that i might want to sort of help other victims by maybe writing a book about the experience. I guess what i'm trying to do. Is you know sort of gather information about how other people handled it and how they move forward with their lives. But i don't necessarily want focus too much on our case. Because i feel like it's not mentally healthy evian. You've seen more people get duped and cope with getting duped than the next by by a long shot. So i'm curious to hear sort of your take on. What's the most interesting thing to me is. When i was reading the book was a how many people i spoke to. Who had been duped and most people didn't wanna talk about it or use their real name because everybody felt completely humiliated. So when you talk about writing a book to help people and what i tried to do anyway is at least make people feel less stupid. And if you're gonna feel stupid that's okay because everybody's stupid then
The Psychology of Gaming with Jane McGonigal
"And super better and what is it about video. Alex people have an aversion to video games. But there's so many useful tools and insights and lessons that we can draw from them. People who don't play games have two games that you'd out. I mean there are two point three billion people on the planet now who regularly play video games like one in three people have actively chosen to make games a part of our lives which is really exciting moments now. You don't even know. I i would. I bet she might be. I mean she might be doing something on her phone like a little cat collecting game or something. I talked to so many people who swear they'd never played a video game and they are on level twelve hundred of candy crush saga all the time. So what is it about games. Look i mean my god. We could have like a twelve hour. Podcast series at least on this but The the most important thing is this. This is my life researching. The potential benefits of games played by the right person at the right time for the right reason and the number one thing we know any game that you love i don't care if it's the legends. It's fortnight is candy crush whatever. Whatever you feel drawn to We know that there is a transferrable benefit. Which is you get better at learning new things at dealing with systems that are frustrating and having to adapt. you know. you're learning new rules. You're winning new interfaces. It's designed to frustrate you and you have to adapt and get better and build confidence in your ability to get better and every game does this. And it's it's something that we shouldn't trivialize. We shouldn't pretend that that games are just escapist or just a pastime that they actually build you know this kind of growth mindset. They build this resilient way of dealing with challenges and they especially for young people for kids who grow up learning game after game five year old twin daughters who just got their first tablet this year and they've already taught themselves to play over a hundred different games on this tablet and every day they come show me like mom. Look at this game. I learned. Watch me play this game and just the confidence that you can build in. I can learn anything. I can teach myself. I can get better. I can develop new skills. Even if i'm terrible at this the first time i tried it That's something your whole life until you're like a hundred years old desperately trying to keep that neural plasticity going. How do i keep my. You know. Brain healthy and active. Where's the gray matter gonna grow. You can grow it by learning something new. That's hard for you so from five years old to one hundred years old any game that's designed to be challenging is going to give you that benefit. So how should parents think about that with kids. Because there's a lot of questions around screen time. And whether i should let my kids play certain games or not. How do you think about that okay. So the number one thing is you have to be in conversation with your kids around what they're playing and they're three really powerful questions that i ask my kids and anybody. I'm trying to get to know better. Understand the relationship to games and understand their personal strike so you ask them about whatever. The favorite game is right now. What does it take to be good at this game. What skills does it require. What kind of personality or temperament require you ask them. What have you gotten better at since you started playing this game and you ask. What's the hardest thing you've accomplished in this game and asked them to tell you about how they did it you know. What did you have to do in order to meet that challenge because it turns out that people who can talk about what they've gotten better at. What real skills. Whether it's you know being able to manage my breathing under pressure my heart rate under pressure there competitive e sports player or if it's creativity. Maybe i don't give up when things are hard. It's communication stressful situations of my teammates. It's i can get. I know where to look. Whenever i i don't know what to do. I really good information. Finder whatever it is people who can talk about that. They tend to bring those skills to their work to their learning to their relationships to their hobbies And all you have to do to get somebody to transfer the benefits of games to real life is just have that conversation and you can do it with yourself to like just have a little game journal every time you play new game. You're like what am i getting. Better epic playing this game. It's the hardest thing that i have achieved by one. Been playing this game. And what did it take to do it And so if you're having this conversation with your kids. I don't care what they're playing. I don't care if you're playing fortnight twenty hours a week in that stresses you out on by the way twenty hours a week is like the tipping point where we do start to see. It can get in the way of physical health your mental health. So you know
Best Productivity and Technology Stories 2020
"I'm recieving smith immigrants and we're your hosts for anything but idle this is episode thirty five And we are going to be covering productivity and technology news in review twenty twenty hour recording on december twenty first twenty twenty and each week we cover the productivity news headlines of the week and to do that we usually bring on some panelists and today we have one panelist to help us talk about all things in the personal productivity in technology space So today we're bringing j miller onto the show. Jay is a developer advocate at elastic in san diego. California a multi potential potential light. I'm hoping i'm getting that right. Jay enjoys finding unique ways to merge his fascination with productivity automation and development to creek tools and content to serve the tech community. Welcome to anything but idle j. Glad to be here. Glad to have you got to have you wonderful and so with that. This week's theme. What i thought we would do stone. I thought we would do is to walk us. Through the the stories of the year as many can kind of figure out twenty twenty was a little bit unusual. It was a it was a challenging year for a lot of us and it was unusual in many regards but we've had a lot of productivity and technology news. That's happened a lot of things of have occurred this year and so augusta you wanna kick us off with. What you believe is kind of the biggest story this year. The virtual shows you know as as a person who is star his life doing sales deny remember the big shows and and i remember the apple event and events in big deals when the beginning of twenty twentieth star. And we got covid on all this. What is going to happen with this shows and we saw apple with google sampson with microsoft going into this virtual events from good to better because really there was just there was but but we're going to remember only the good ones that got better There were some that. Were not that way what happened but but even we were able to experience. How apple did the first one you know. Then it gets better and better event to wonder because and google did there and samson need an incredible job was there events too so that was something that i don't think any of us will have considered before twenty twenty that it was going to be an option to watch this event. Live this way everybody live instead of having some people who is going to be there and we were really jealous about it. I mean as a someone who like my job as a developer advocate. Is that go to shows like this. Go to conferences. Go to all the types of meet ups and things like that. I think we look at the larger shows for inspiration on how we can do things and this was like the hardest one because at the end of the day like no one's got the production budget of apple google and samsung so for us. It's like okay. How can we take these massive productions that they're doing in downscale them for the local know. Meet up or you know the online conference that you know for a lot of these companies a lot of these foundations and organizations. They rely on these events to stay afloat until the next year. And so it's like super important but yet we're all like rolling with the punches and doing some crazy stuff and honestly that's kind of been like the coolest thing for me to notice. Is that presentations change. I saw developer conferences where people were doing like scripted. Talks in law muslim Full featured production sets. And they look like you know everyone's favourite high school musical play but like at the same time it was it was causing us to think differently and to do things completely unheard of in terms presenting Whether you were presenting you know for your favorite programming language your favourite productivity tool a meet up or whether you're introducing a brand new chip architecture as in the case of apple
E-Ternal: New Technology and the Quest to 'Live' Forever
"While medical equipment is scattered around the house and a nurses always present lucienne cates. Home is far from depressing their close mother daughter team they tease each other and joke and mali's always providing comfort. She tends to sit on lucy's lap or bed begging for pets or scratches people baio digital legacy moment bloke. Who's going after. Kate isn't as tech savvy as her daughter and while she has an iphone and watches net flicks. She worries about managing the tech. Lucy plans to leave behind. We sat in the kitchen together sipping tea and eating doughnuts while she showed me all the photos of lucy and the rest of the family. That's cave five now teeth. Yes she was so well she still photos are what most people think about the memories that they're going to have who passes what about all of this digital like see stuff for you you're going to have this whole other body of things that lucy's written online and videos maybe it will make it easy might be one released now. Maybe in tom a will be able to look back and think. Oh no she did do a thing. It went replace kate. Skepticism made me realize that considering what those who survive us want is court all this. I also had hunch that there were some tech options out there. That might work better for her than she might think. I'd like to now. Go talk to a couple of other companies and see what they're making and see if you would be on board with either trying them or seeing if they'd work for you must be great even if i don't use those platforms but won't give me ideas and thoughts of ways can make an impact and how legacy and why the not considered thank you guys so much. It was so great to meet you. Thank you for everything we say. And i thank you so few weeks later i went where i typically go to find new tack the san francisco bay area and true silicon valley tradition. Where did i find innovator. Really thinking about this problem in his garage. Hello are you there dad. In two thousand and sixteen james host recorded twenty hours of interviews with his father who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. James eventually transcribed the interviews so that they would be searchable and then he used that transcript to create a chat bot that responds to messages with text audio and photos. Think of it. Like a customer service by james types inquiries on his computer and bought replies with passages from those interviews sometimes. They're accompanied by an audio clip or a photo he lovingly called it. Dad bought Did you meet mom. Mom was reversal after the rehearsal morning. So why did you ultimately decide to make that by. I wanted to make the dad. But because i wanted to have a way to get at my dad's story and has got better at the programming part of it. I started to think more and more about capturing some of his personality and his way of being in the world watch from the sky the look i love that song. I liked that one myself. Do you interact with your dad via the pretty often. It's like oh this have him sing one of his songs or tell one of his jokes and per them all before but there's something in hearing his voice. That's that's comforting was. James has experienced making dad bought. That made him wanna give everyone a similar opportunity in the fall of twenty nineteen. He started a company called hereafter. Ai
Here's a first look at Apple's $549 AirPods Max headphones
"So one of the other things on on the airpods mex so talking about its battery life. Apples claiming twenty hour battery life with these headphones. You can charge it with a five watt iphone brick. It will run for ninety minutes after just five minutes of charging and you can get the full battery life in about two hours on a five watt. But you can get a little bit faster with larger power bricks fast charging because it's not usb c the unity jozy the uscca to lightning cable the big brick. You don't get fast charging again. I kind of wish they did use c. As the connection on these devices and i also i don't know i almost wish there was an on off button because here's what you have to do. So these airpods. Max come with a case but quote unquote in the biggest air quotes possible case because basically comes they little sleeve that you slide the airpods max into and their little sleeve has a flap that closes in when they're in that case it tells the airpods max to enter the low power mode and that's how it will stay on standby for a long time if you don't put it. In that case. mk hd was saying. It takes up to two hours for them to go to sleep on their own. Not being used so you really kind of have to put it back in that little sleeve to make sure that they. The battery holds its charge. You know if you're going to throw it in a bag or whatever. So i find that strange and i also find that case. It's not a case like it's not really protective about anything there's openings everywhere they want you to carry it by the handle of like the head strap of the headphones like that is the handle. When they're in this little sleeve. And i mean let's be honest. It looks a little bit like an undergarment. I won't go into too many details about that but it just feels a little strange. I'm concerned about the price k. If it's worth the to it's worth a to if it isn't it isn't it isn't to me. It seems like you might be here. That's great buzz. While i hope they have bigger batteries in other airpods. Stir presumably there's still commit degrade as well so come a point when you're five hundred and fifty dollar had funds need tap. Their batteries replaced right. How long will that be. How degrade when we stop being twenty hours and i did see. I think the battery replacement will cost like seventy nine dollars so better than a new pair for sure. Shut
The Anti-Black-Friday Gift Guide for Photographers
"Over the next several days. You're going to hear the bef term many many times even after the actual day has passed. The truth of the matter is that you'll be able to get decent deals on just about anything you set your sights on. So let's focus on quality gear with lots of appeal. I hope you enjoy these gift ideas. So i've been working on this list for a while and this is stuff that i just lifted from catalog pages or other articles or things like this. I have worked with this gear with the exception of just one item. And i want to get that one item but everything else has been thoroughly tested in highly recommended and this is fun stuff. I have things that start at ten dollars here and go all the way up to three hundred and fifty dollars. I'm going to start out with the think. Tank photo lens case duel and both the fifteen and the thirty green yes. The green models are the ones that are on sale. You can get the fifteen for nineteen dollars a dollar savings and the thirty for twenty hours. That's also an eight dollar savings. I like the thirty because it holds some of my olympics lenses such as seventeen millimeter f one two and those quite. But i love these guys i really do. And it's funny. When i was looking at the ratings on them i think they were around three point. Five out of five something like that and i thought wow. That's kinda low for these things. So i i'm not sure what other people like or don't like about them. Here's what i like about these first of all. They're not oversize like some of the lens cases that i have there too big. They add to much dimension to my camera bag or backpack wherever they have the end. These don't do that. They protect the lenses but there are a nice size and they work really well. Now the idea is that you can open these things from the top and they open up like a know like a can or you can have the zipper down the side and open them up. That way i tend to work with them from the top. Only you know they're. They're really nice like that. They're made out of water resistant. Nylon so they keep moisture away they have these little stretchy front pockets. That are really cute and they can hold lens caps or memory cards. They work i. I have four of them and i wish i had more. This is the best price that i've seen on them. Now they have green and black. The black ones you have to pay full price for i like the greens. Because they're easy to find in my camera bag or my backpack. So that's the think tank photo lens dul either the fifteen or the thirty now as you may imagine. I have the links to all of these things. I'm gonna talk about here in the show notes so just come to the show. Stop shopping for all these goodies. You don't have to search for them. Find the deal all that kind of stuff at the digital story dot com okay. Let's go to the second one now. I reviewed this recently. So you may be familiar with it. The kingston data traveler dual for nine ninety. Nine nine dollars in ninety nine cents. I have it right here. In fact i use this thing all the time. I love it. It's a sixty four gigabytes. it's fast. It's a nice fast flash drive. It's very compact in the thing about it. As it has usb c on one end and usb a on the other end so no matter which device you happen to be using you just plug it in and it works and so you this carry one flash drive around you. Don't have to worry about adapters. Have to worry about docks. You don't have to worry about any of that stuff. It's ten dollars. Sixty four gigs of fast memory in just works great and even has these little sliding these little sliding covers so you can only expose the usb and or only expose the usb a and so up. Here where i record I have usb a. And then i take the podcast. And i put it on my macbook pro mine newer laptop. And that's what i use at home to edit it in. That has usb c does put that show right here put it in my pocket taken home. One flash drive for all my ten bucks. This is a great stocking. Stuffer for photographers. And really anyone else. Who does computing. Type things that kingston data traveler dual sixty four gigabyte. The link is in the show notes or this next item number. Three is the one item. I have not tested but i want right. The forty nine dollars item and it is the p. l. one ninety are photography. Led light can
Ashley Graham, supermodel, entrepreneur and host of Pretty Big Deal
"We are very, very excited about today because we have a special guest joining US Ashley. Graham is here she is the ultimate multi hyphen it. She's as supermodel entrepreneur designer author advocate and she's a new mom. She's known as a trailblazer in the fashion industry and has emerged as voice for inclusivity and empowerment. Ashley I'm excited to have you with us. You are always on that still fun and interesting to talk to welcome to skin from the couch fake you. Daniel, it's always good to see you. I wish that I could see in person so it could like rub some like baby Juju over your belly league. First of all, how's the baby? How is how is life in Nebraska? MOM's basement. We have been here since like March thirteenth like the it was like right when it started and we were hearing rumors of the New York, city, shutting down and my mom who is who helps me out with? Isaac. Lives in New York with us. So she said, let's just drive back to New York City and I was like, but that's like a really long drive. She's I can do it's twenty hours. We'll just do it nonstop and sure enough she drove. Seventeen of the twenty my husband took last few hours because he just needed to and we made it and we've been traveling and we've been very cautious about where we were traveling loads of road trips because we have that travel bug still and I think it's been so nice to be able to see the country from a new perspective. That's pretty cool. So how has it been doing road trips with how does is now? So Isaac is seven and a half months and we. Seriously Daniel? One of the one of the best things to go through go through pregnant the go through the Labor and everything. But then when they're like four or five months, maybe five months I don't know how old lake the lake good time to do it but sleep training because yeah. Then all of a sudden you're like, wait a second I I, slept through the night and the baby's okay and he's he's still likes me. So, let's start off with basic question although for you this is. Not a basic question Skim your resume for us. Oh. Wow. The resume first of all I, read the skim this morning I was I just I love waking up to the scammy Chris Bring me so much joy and you'll see here I tell you this every time we just making me feel smarter. So just think all thank you. Okay. Highlights move to New York at seventeen had to figure out the modeling industry. Then was a TV commercial for Lane Bryant that was banned my name was on the map then a few years later I started a lingerie line with a Canadian company that catapulted into a few one major cover because I was not a at a total girl I'm not giving you highlights. Sorry. Then that catapulted into sports illustrated cover, which set me into than starting my own swimsuit line, which then turned snowballing into. So many amazing things like a book a Barbie that was made in my likeness I, didn't know you had Barbie. That is so cool. She's been mic she. It's like it's amazing how she really looks like me too. It's bizarre. I was just on the cover of vogue and January pregnant those my second American vote cover. Oh. My God I don't even know I I did a Ted Talk I've got a podcast I've got I've got some shows we're going to get into it. You've done a lot. What is something that people can't Google about you? who what my farts smell like when you're pregnant. This is why I love anytime we're together I have to tell you. So for those of you listening Ashley was our moderator for the first night of our bookstore tour and curly like just fucking terrified and Ashley. We got to hang out with in the green room before when I was pregnant when you're pregnant and you are just so chill and relaxed and it was like the Basque Calming Energy and fun and we so. Appreciate that this is the best part being with you. So I feel like that's something that people can't Google. I. Mean. It's hard because I am such an open book but now being a mom like I have realized that there are some things that I just WanNa keep Permian Justin and you'll feel that to like there's there's intimacy that doesn't need to be shared with the world and you know you can talk about it but We decided to not for right now, share is a photo on social media and it's been something that that we've kind of gone back and forth with but I'm really glad because he's ours maybe one day the world will really get to know him.
GOP pushes Barrett toward court as Democrats decry sham.
"Republicans powered Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett close to confirmation yesterday pushing past Democrat objections and other properties during the covid nineteen crisis in the drive to seat President Donald Trump's pick before the November third election. The Senate Judiciary Committee said October Twenty second for its vote to recommend Barrett's nomination to the full Senate the final confirmation vote expected by month's end. You don't convene a Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the middle of a pandemic when the Senate's on recess when voting has already started in the presidential election in a majority of states declared Senator Chris coons. Republicans eager to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader. GINSBURG counted that trump is well within the bounds to fill the vacancy and they have the votes to do it. Barrett's information would bring the most pronounced ideological change on the court in thirty years poised to launch a new era of court rulings on abortion voting rights and other matters that are now open to new uncertainty. The forty eight year old Barrett was careful during two days of public testimony, not to tip her views on many issues or take on the president who nominated her facing almost twenty hours of questions from senators. She declined to offer specifics beyond the vowed to keep open mind and take the cases as they come. Barrett refused to say whether she accepts the science of Climate Change under questioning from Kamala Harris saying she lacked the expertise to know for sure and calling it a topic to controversial to get into. Barrett framed acknowledgement of a man made climate crisis as a matter of policy not science when she was pressed by the Democratic senator from California the Federal Appeals Court judge responded that she did think Corona virus was infectious and smoking caused cancer but rebuffed Harris on the climate change question for seeking to solicit an opinion on a matter of public policy. Especially, one that is politically controversial effectively ignoring science in the face of the ever-present. Climate. Crisis.
How to get a Helicopter License
"Let's talk about what it takes to get a helicopter certificate because I'm sure that's probably the first thing in people's minds. What are the FAA requirements for getting a helicopter private? Well. You're GONNA, find the requirements under part sixty, one, one, zero nine, which is where you're gonNA find the airplane requirements as well, and essentially it's a very closely mirrored to what the airplane requirements are you going to a total of forty hours under a part sixty one school Twenty hours of that is required to be dual ten hours of it is required to be a solo on your own, and then the other ten hours are generally made up of preparatory work or some of the students weaknesses in what they need to prep for the the ride and I, think everybody knows that forty hours is the minimum. Certainly airplanes people end up with more than that. What's kind of? The typical range of ours that people end up when they get their private in what drives, that WH- take some people longer than others. So all the requirements for helicopters were really based off of the airplane requirements. If you look anywhere in the far aim, you're gonNA see a lot of mention about the airplanes and it's not until you get down to the bottom of the regulations where it says except for helicopters. Helicopters can do this or this doesn't apply to helicopters special be far for an example, doesn't apply to helicopters as far as not being able to get it at any time you can request it at any time but yes, a typically people get their license about fifty hours seems to be difficult I. Don't I'm hearing more and more than in the airplane world fixed-wing world that taken people closer to the fifty hour mark in I. Don't know what that what that's caused by. Like you said and like the regulation say the forty hours is really minimum. I have had one of my students get. It is little as four three hours. But for the most part, the average is around fifty hours or so in helicopters I can say they're quite a bit different than airplanes. There's a lot more moving parts in just getting the actual hand. Eye Coordination Down to fly the helicopter is probably typically what takes a little bit more time. Now on top of that, you know it has to do with people schedule. Everybody's busy whether you have a job or a family or your own school or whatever. It might be. You know the more consistent you are in your training, the bathroom it's GonNa go typically. Nowadays, it other than when you and I flew. It's pretty nice because we have the Internet and we have. Why a few programs on that, you can take ground school online whether it be three o'clock in the afternoon or three o'clock in the morning whatever works for you, and then you and I. Can. Sit Down with our students and do information clarification making sure that people understand what they're learning. What about folks like me? Who have a airplane certificate and actually have one helicopter lesson on my belt Bell let's forget about that. What are the our the requirements different for someone who's already a pilot? Yeah. So right there the requirements are thirty hours flight time twenty hours of dual and ten hours of Solo. For the most part. All My ad on students are still taking somewhere in the forty hour range to fifty hour range, just depending on their schedule but the the minimum requirements drop by ten hours. Now, if you go to a part one, forty, one school that typical forty hours initially drops down to thirty five hours. That being said it still minimum the way I run my flight school as far as the education the syllabus recording I run at very much like a part one, forty, one school. So from a learning skill standpoint airplane pilots at any kind of a disadvantage because we need to unlearn things that we thought we knew. Well. I can tell you go on the opposite way for sure since I did that getting my helicopter first and then my but yeah. So there are two things that really pop out my head. One of the things is you know airspeed is our lifeline in an airplane in a helicopter that's not the case rotor RPM. Line the one of the. GonNa Notice with new pilots or on pilots. I should say when they're coming in for approach, they don't like getting slow whereas one. You know what you do when you coming on approach whether we're practicing shallower, not steep approaches whatever they may be we end in a hover. And airplane pilots don't like when you touch the ground. You're still going down the runway though is just getting them to understand that it's okay to lose airspeed because it's rotor RPM that we're concerned with the other thing is in a stall or an engine failure. One of the first things they tell you to push forward to regain airspeed don't do that in a helicopter, particularly a two bladed rotor system helicopter because that'll put you into A. Low gravity situation, and if you're in a low gravity alone g situation, you can actually aerodynamically take take the fuselage of the aircraft and the rotor system that is no longer supporting the fuselage and you can actually snap that off similarly to over controlling an airplane in saying Arab addict situation or windy situation breaking the wings off other want things that you need a particularly watch. The other thing is we don't lead with the rudders interns. We don't have rudders we have pedals, but they're anti Torque pedals in that strictly to keep the ball centered if you will or to keep the nose pointed into the wind, the more power you pull. The more anti left pedal that you need an opposite that of meeting right pedal when you're taking off in an airplane.
How B-787 Captain Shreenand Sadhale got his start in aviation
"So tells you got your start in aviation. Well I grew up in India. And you know in India as you. Envision isn't as accessible as it is Let's say in the US. So there's no there was actually no generally vision avenue I grew up in the eighties. But we used to live. Right on the final four and the one four. And this is the time when jets. Loud. and. Quite a spectacle come into. And even though they were not too many a couple of jets. Rushed to the window to see them. It was always an exciting part of. Growing up. Watching these airplanes I had no family who was involved in aviation, but my dad used to travel a lot. And going. To the airport to receive and. That was quite. It was quite excited and. Attracted me to, but I guess it was. was. Okay. So how old were you when you took your first flying lesson that? Point. Twenty twenty-six, what happened was I always wanted to be a pilot. I. My vision was in twenty grigny anymore. So the was out of the picture. and. The fact that I couldn't fly fighters anymore meant my interest sort of windows into. Automobiles and motorcycles. Which is why I ended up being automobile engineer. But I was interested in working at a desk so I started writing or magazines. And I started off, my first job was actually. As a motoring journalist. And I was having a great time driving getting invited on test drive and bribing all sorts of. was sort of. started to come back a little bit and I guess I was looking up. As to how I could still become a pilot. that point in time Singapore Airlines as luck would have it. This compute bureau luck as Singapore Airlines came up with an ad in the newspaper for their credit. And the deal was that debate for your flying. The Youtube underplay. And you had to work with them for seven years. And when I read it I, it felt like the sort of thing that only happens to somebody else. I don't. So so they are going to pay they're going to pick up the TAB and there's only a seven year commitment. That's a good deal. It has been I mean have done it for. So I. But I didn't really expect that I would get through. So i. sent him application then as like whatever they would call. I give the interviews. And the other funny story about the interview. You had to down what Ellen you wanted to go to India group. So there was a choice between Singapore Airlines passenger line. Silkair, which is the regional airline. And as I got. And I wrote a Kabul has my first choice. And they were quite stunned because in the first interview, they asked me. You show you I go because you have to make off. Because I I will because I make great coffee. and. I really do want to fly the seven four seven. And in the second interview again. Asked me. Don't. I said. I know people were was in buffalo so I have absolutely no. No. No did you say the way to ministry? Did you say this because you thought it would be an easier way to get hired or do you really want to fly boxes instead of people? I just wanted to fly the seven I. I didn't really okay what? What it was filled with. A really really wanted to fly December seven and you add it was being phased out by the time. I would have gone online right? So the only way to get the flight would be to cite S I will. Okay. So they hired you right. Did I mean as? I say it's one of the best mistakes made released. Get in as through the cracks and Between was done in two parts. You had to do the ground school I in single. and. After that, you did the initial part of the ocean licensed in. Australia. Oh. Okay. Now all the the ground school and everything I. Assume there were people from all different countries was all the training conducted in English. Yes. It was and there was a little bit of lying on one fifty two in Singapore. Essentially just to see if you could. You know you had the hand eye coordination and that sort of thing. Aviv. Singapore study was essentially just to clear your eighty peel. So that's how they did was they made sure you could read the Terry. And once you got your DP, which was the frozen beal. Scientists, which was in Australia. Okay and how many hours did you get in Australia? So we the one seven do and the barren, and that was about fifty dollars. But here's the interesting part the for the guy who went on the white bodies. They made them fly. Lear jet for twenty hours. In the Brisbane and a this used to happen when I was in the program opted after that. That is one program that I could really signed up. And more years of my life. To plan because. It. It is quite a yeah and quite fantastic experiences when to fly away forty five meaning.
The Shade Room: Pros & Cons
"In a world filled with Daesh ously bountiful boss of headlines and videos that screen world saw the shave room has taken instagram by storm in two thousand fourteen Joachim. Wanda start at the shade room after realizing she can use her love for celebrity gossip to practice her writing. But after hating ten thousand followers you want to realize she was on something. Today, the Shade Room has over twenty million followers on instagram and features regular commentary from celebrities like the descent Nicki. menaj and Ti that last part is what makes the Shade Room truly unique outside of twitter it's pretty rare for celebrities and everyday people to have so many interactions with those blurred lines are also what makes the Shade Room? So controversial whether it's making Ziya, Wade owner of harmful comments or the legal back and forth with Cardi B. When it comes to boundaries, things can get ugly. So today we brought on journalist and author George. M Johnson to help us figure out if the Shane Room is good or bad for the culture. Thank you me. I'm excited. You know the showroom has built an empire. Moving celebrity gossip here's what's your take on the importance of celebrity gossip. Gossip. It kind of is what keeps your career going on social media wise. As media has shifted from red carpets to kind of step of house, you can kind of create your own `Paparazzi. Kylie Jenner. Day. The. Whole Light Brown skinned girl only. Even though it was big, it kept her name out there viability for twenty hours on. Sale somewhere absolutely down, I think that celebrity gossip in general is fun I. Think it just gives me something to think about. Everyday life especially, these days I'm like recently has gotten dark I will say. The thing that? Has To be say. For the most part, it can be fun. I think that there is a difference between having good fun and that exposing like the more vulnerable aspects of somebody's life four laps, all that being said, what's actually start our. Conversation today with the pros. So you our guest you welcome to start off with the pros at Oh i. Froze are that the platform very very large and When they are used for good, can generate a lot of money especially to light nonprofit organizations are community based organizations and especially small businesses. I think a lot times sites will amplify. Small black businesses or business owners were creating things and it literally opens you up to people to support your products i. think in ways when you utilize your platform to uplift. And encourage and support resources in things that are out there for black folks I think that's something that more of. These types of sites can start to do. Now that's the point I do wonder what percentage like if you actually did, what percentage of share on posts are act I kind of lean towards the lifted Maybe one out of every fifteen. Twenty. That's something I. Think if I'm considering what my pro is I think the showroom actually does what I consider a pretty exceptional jobs documenting how black people use the Internet, black folks have. In DEX on social media, you know we are on twitter. So much is referred to as black twitter. This thing that all kind of white corporate executives are trying to figure out and the share room kind of will break down those pieces before black people like I think about the the not obeying video that came out recently. Day aware she. Fucking Bang. Not A. wakeup talking about not obeying and I'm like what is going on and I knew that I can go to the shave room and it will break down who made it why popular all the means they had developed all around it and I think that actually can be a big service like I don't know of too many other places that are talking about. The way. Black people use the Internet and social media like the share room us. Come along with a whole lot of other stuff. Absolute. Auto. I think that this shade room is a reliable platform for black celebrity. A celebrity period is is celebrity gossip every single celebrity whether they want to admit it or not they benefit from the celebrity height machine and that gossip like gossip mechanism the shade room does is provide back black celebrities who are frequently shut out of your us. Weekly's people magazine's it's a place. Where you know a black celebrity knows that somebody is GonNa care who they are what they're doing whether they are selling Tommy T or in the case of the simone dry like usually I like to keep some of the scams but I can be some old was I can go on the find out but also Michelle Obama gives a speech at the Democratic National Convention. Even if I missed it. Yeah NPR. Have NBC. SHAVER. Remarks on that to the thirty years from now we look back. The Oscars, the grammys, the emmys, the institutions that don't frequently reward black talent. We might look back did not see an accurate reflection of what was happening in the culture, our culture at the time American culture at the time. But this Shade Room Shave is GonNa Habit accurate count black people the culture and shaver actually documents a wide variety of black people and I think that's a good thing. Archive of like everything going on black. That's a good point. It's an interesting slice.
One Priceless Lesson We Often Forget About Love and Life
"One priceless lesson we often forget about love and life by Mark Chernoff mark and Angel Dot Com. Everything, we need. Jose's wife Maria was born in a one bedroom stand alone home on the outskirts of Playa del Carmen Mexico. was a fine little home, but her father Oscar wanted a real house. So he worked two jobs a sixty hour week factory job, and then another twenty hours or so a week as carpenter. Oscar say fifty percent of his income for over a decade to build his family of four bedroom house like the ones in the better parts of town he put half his family savings and a low community bank and he talked the other half away in a safe he kept hidden on their property. On the morning Oscar plan to break ground on his family's new house, the local community bank shuttered stores just hours after law enforcement declared the bank was running an illegal and uninsured Ponzi scheme ninety percent of the deposits Oscar made were lost. Then the very next day. The little home was robbed at gun point in exchange for his family's safety Oscar for the rest of the money he had hidden in safe. In the short window of thirty six hours, the family lost a vast majority of their savings from years of hard work the night for the first time as Mother Olga watched Oscar cry. She approached Oscar with their infant daughter cradled and rocking in her arms and said, it's just money minister just a house. We've so much more than that. We have a truly loving home. Oscar looked at Olga, dried his eyes and nodded his head in agreement. He spent the rest of the night with his baby daughter holding her tight to his chest reminding himself that he might not be able to give his family, the house he dreamed of, but he can continue to give them a truly loving home. And for the nine years that followed Maria grew up in that small loving one bedroom home. After the first year, a sister Andrea joined her after the third year brother Roberto showing to the memories share of that time are truly heartwarming for example, everyday. Of Maria Early Grade School years she remembers her father coming home from work just before dinner giving her and her siblings, individual hugs and kisses, and then asking them to questions. More you loved. Do you have love in your heart? All three shoulder would nod their head smiling then he'd gather them all up in a big group. Hug and call out Metoo we are blessed. We have everything we need. With that house. Even. Though Oscar sincerely believed what he said to his children. He was still pursuing his dream of building a larger and more comfortable house for his family and nine years after losing all of their savings Oscar. Once again, saved enough money to begin building that new house twenty feet behind their little one bedroom home he started with framing out the foundation of the kitchen them Ria's mother had always quietly dreamed of. One Cement Block at a time paycheck by paycheck. Slowly, but steadily built a house he'd come. So close to building nearly a decade beforehand I a kitchen, a large family room and two bathrooms than a master bedroom bedrooms for each of the children and a nice covered front patio. In two thousand, two, win Jose Maria and start falling in love with her Oscar was still building that house. Soon. Thereafter, he put the last few finishing touches on it. The, entire family celebrated for weeks on end and Nowadays Oscar Olga still celebrate holidays and special occasions at the House with all three of their children and their children's families several times a year. But, the stories prizes lesson has nothing to do with that house. Just, a bonus the first day Jose met Marie his family. He noticed how sincerely loving and happy the whole family was. He praised Oscar for the beautiful family. He had asked him what the secret was. Oscar. Spent hours sharing interesting heartfelt stories about why his family was the luckiest one in the world. Never, shared all the details about how their house was built. In fact, after years of knowing Maria and her family traveling with them and even living with them for a short time, no one ever thought to tell Jose about how their family's house came to be. They ask questions about the construction few occasions and he received replies about the construction it until after Jose Maria got married and close on their own first house in Miami. Florida that Oscar took Jose for a long walk. He s does a about the details and Jose excitedly shared information about their new neighborhood in the House Oscar listened intently smiled and then finally he shared the story you've just heard. My daughter does not need a house Oscar concluded she needs a truly loving home and when you fill that home with children, your children will need exactly the same. If you that no matter how big or small your actual houses, your children will WanNa come home to you. The rest is just bonus. I know all of this because Jose ms one of my best friends and just this morning over coffee. He asked me where I was going to write about today. When I told him I hadn't yet decided. He smirked said Mama story for you, and then he proceeded to tell me the story I just told you.
No Going Back to Normal with Guillermo del Toro, Zack Arnold and Laine Trzinski"
"Welcome to our podcast. It's where we asked some of the entertainment industry's brightest minds how Hollywood might reinvent itself as it comes out of the pandemic coming up filmmaker Guillermo del Toro. But first, we ask our guests in every episode, what they would do to fix Hollywood and we've talked with actors, directors, executives, and writers. But, what about the people on the frontlines the below the line workers as they're called in the business, they do vital work behind the scenes and they have a lot to say about what needs to change Hollywood is going to thrive after the pandemic members of the gig economy people that are creative professional's in. Hollywood, we're essentially chewed up and we are spit out. We are treated like we are widgets we are commodities that can be replaced. That's Zach Arnold he's a film and TV editor. He's worked on shows like empire burn notice and glee he got a lot of attention for a blog post he wrote about what could happen when production resumes the title Dear, Hollywood? We don't WANNA go back. To normal normal wasn't working. It had come from me having hundreds of conversations with people that all said the same thing because of the pandemic I had this immense amount of self awareness of how much I hated my life before all this started. Now that I'm not driving I realized how much I hated my commute now that I'm not working eighteen hours, I realized how much time I lost with my children and I received hundreds upon hundreds of responses I'm still getting them, and I still can't sift through all of them. Arnold's blog is called optimize yourself and gives advice about work life balance, which is really important in an industry that is notorious for grueling hours with no guarantee of steady employment. Arnold shares a story that he heard from film editor Walter Merch, he worked on the Godfather and apocalypse. Now, it was a famous story back in the mid to late seventies about a film that was vastly over budget and had very tight deadlines and everybody was just getting pushed to the limit with twenty hour days and they went to one of the heads of post production at Universal Studios and said, we have to do something about these demands. Everybody is dropping like flies and the response was get more flies. Nothing has changed in the last forty years. It's all about everybody having to create a miracle such that today's Miracle Dust becomes tomorrow's expectation and whatever it takes however many people it takes to figure this out they throw people at the problem and as soon as somebody can't deliver anymore they find somebody else that will and I think this is a systemic issue that needs to change, and if ever there was a time to figure it out I think it's right now the most immediate problem with that get more flies solution is that if someone on test positive for coronavirus, it isn't simply a matter of replacing that person one infected crew member could shut down an entire production. And the safety protocols that you need to prevent that that requires time and attention and money. So what we can't do a separate, the conversation of safety from the conversation of ours because the two are inextricably linked. If you're going to have a safer set, you need to have people that are healthy that have strong immune systems that are not sleep deprived. That are working regular hours. I don't know why it has gotten to a point where. We do work such long hours when honestly to have any sort of life, we shouldn't Laney trubisky is one of the many industry gig workers who read Zak's blog post she's a hairstylist and she's been in the business since nineteen ninety-three. But back in March when the pandemic hit her work stopped Gosh, it's just been ups and downs my feelings change every single day I'm not sure if I even willing to remain in the film business. Because the film business, we had before very stressful and was very hard on a lot of families and people and things have to change their for sure the hours for her makeup teams some of the longest onset they have to be there before the actors arrive and can't leave until the actors are done. Laney says the norm are fourteen or sixteen hour days, and she has worked for twenty four hour days in her career, but she's hopeful. Things will get better. There's so much time entailed in getting our disinfecting right before we even get to work and get to working on the actors that the film business is going to have to slow down I. Don't think it has a choice anymore, and I, think it will be beneficial for all of us. Laney's work requires her to be on set but people like Editors Zach? Arnold. Well, they can do a lot of their work from home. As long as their bosses sign off, just had the conversation this week with an assistant editor who was told that in order for them to be able to keep their job, they have to work in the office and they have to go into a screening room with ten or fifteen directors and producer. They can take notes because that's just the way that it is in its quote unquote impossible to. Work from home we've now learned that's not the case and people are just making these excuses number one because they don't want to put in the effort or number two because they don't Wanna spend the money but guess what disruption is uncomfortable, it is painful but this is the point where we're going to have to fix these issues because you can't just say to somebody sorry informed the standards or we're. Going to hire somebody else while it might have been possible in the past for the people doing the hiring to point to a pile of resumes and say, if you don't do this job, someone else will arnold says that's changing. Now there's nobody on that stack because nobody's willing to go in under these circumstances and that is why I think Cova such an inflection point for post for Hollywood generals that. Before whenever we've thought about what are the consequences? Well, it's going to be really long days and I'm going to be really sleep deprived and something might happen. But what are the chances now we're literally talking about losing our lives if we do this wrong and I think that is the big change that we're seeing just emotionally the groundswell is people saying your entertainment is not worth me giving my life.
How to Build a Client Attraction System That Works in 4 Hours Per Week
"Hey everybody welcome. My name is Yasmin Forage, and I'm the creator of tiny time big reports where I help small business owners run a profitable business in twenty hours a week or less and today I'm going to be teaching you how to build a client attractions that. Works in just four hours a week. So let's get down to business. Now, first of all I want to debunk the myth that you have to work long and hard to be successful in business. This is not a philosophy I buy into and I'll tell you why when I started my business, my eldest was only sixteen months old I just been made redundant from culprit role. I used to be vice-president of leadership development for multinational and after a twelve year culprit Korea. I suddenly was faced with the decision. I was GonNa do and we live in rural Ireland. So the chance of getting a similar kind of job was pretty much nil. So I decided to start my own business like I said, my fifteen month old sixteen month old he was running around like a headless chicken all the time. and. So I started the business. A couple of years tat my daughter was born and it got to the point where I was getting really stressed because all I kept saying to myself was I don't have the time I don't have the time I don't have the time. It was this negative affirmation and it was really stressing me out and I remember hearing a mental years ago saying that if you ask Pol- quality questions, you get pulled quality answers why decided to ask myself a better quality question? And I decided to ask myself this question. How can I make this work? How can I have a profitable twenty hour week business and that is what really led to the creation of tiny time big results I. now have three children, three, six and nine, and I worked about three to four hours a day in my business and what I discovered over the last few years of being on this journey, and of course, I. Continue to be on this journey is that when you focus on the work that really matters that moves the needle in your business. Then time or tiny time is not a challenge it's an opportunity. It's an opportunity for you to create a business that fits in with the life that you want where you do get to spend more time with your family. Your loved ones you may want to go travelling you want to do more gardening whatever it is that you WANNA do. But when you have a business that works and you're attracting clients and cash consistently now you feel that you have more head space more bandwidth to be able to do all the other things and that's really what I. WanNa teach you today is if you can build a client traction system that works in just four hours a week then what could that do for you and your life? So. Let's get started. There are four elements that I would encourage you to focus on in your business to in in order for you to get the most out of your twenty hours a week. Now, maybe you don't work twenty hours maybe it's less maybe it's more, but we'll just use the twenty hour week. Ask The goalpost. Okay. So if you think about these four elements, what you think about your, business? Festival de have a magnetic marketing message a message that just POPs your dream client. The one that really attracts them in and the repels everybody else your magnetic marketing message is about what you do and who you do it for when when you get people leaning in and saying Oh that sounds amazing I wanna know more than you know you've hit the nail on the head and it is a powerful thing to have, and that is where I would always start when it comes to business. Do you have that message that attracts your people, your dream clients then you'll be starting in the supermarket checkout. You could be at a networking meeting or a conference not everybody you speak to is going to be your dream client but I bet they know someone who'd be a great fit for you. So that's the first thing secondly. Do you have leverage in your business in the way that you make money. Do You have a leveraged irresistible offer? When you have tiny time, you cannot trade time for money because you have a ceiling on how much time you can actually south. So it's important that you trade value. So Your irresistible offer must be leveraged offer something that allows you to create really really great results for your client allows you to get well paid and it's not exchanging your time. This is powerful. Thirdly, how do you attract people and we'll be going into this in more depth shortly? So, this is how you attract your clients into your world and get them to see what it is that you can help them with fourthly your conversion process. How do you turn those prospects into paying clients and it's important that you have a proven unpredictable method for doing that most businesses would need some form of a sales conversation and it's important that you really dial that in so that you are converting more prospects. So that the four elements, your message, your offer, your attraction strategy, and then your conversion process.
Taylor Swift Decoded
"Taylor swift strikes again, dropping another love song about her British Super Hop boyfriend at least that's what her fans think. The bonus track on her new album is called the lakes and brace yourselves you guys she's referencing England's largest natural lake. Doors windermere pigs like perfect as to why I'm said. But NOT WITH THEM All right typical Taylor fashion hidden messages. Are we sick of them? DO WE CARE? How do we feel about it? I'm personally sick of them. I'm not a Taylor. Feel like her fans. Love it. So I feel like she knows her audience or fans like putting doing the blues clues thing and take you know twenty hours to put together a visual puzzle to get one that doesn't mean anything that anybody really cares about loves to play KOI LOVES TO DO. Yes. Hunting with. Casey's I. Don't know if she's playing coy to play Koi I. think that's called Art I. Think you know you create metaphors analogies US break you use allegory because who wants to hear like fifteen socks without a guy named Joe you Kinda just Nikki and I personally have listened to folklore. So many times at spotify sending me messages being like, did you just go through a break up what's going on? I? Lang. Reality. I like. I, like folk music. Favorite Song, what's your favorite song mirror balls pretty good and again, if you break it down, you don't need to figure out who it's about. It's just a good song about a pretty great message about you know relationships how you kind of reflect the other person and you need to be introspective anyway I feel like I'm just giving Nina Ammo to attack me right now. So I'm talking about Taylor Swift now. Under let's. I do think Taylor is very talented than I have to say I really do allowed I do love her other music this album I haven't really gotten into, but I think that's just the puking I'm not against it. I'm not saying I'm not saying that Taylor swift isn't good because I do think that she is very talented I just think it's funny that because it's in black and white all of a sudden now hunter is the Taylor swift this historian because he thinks. He's clings artists. Like okay y'all. Some sort of bias against me right now, and that's fine I. got it. Okay. I. taught music I like folk music, and that's where it comes in okay I enjoy folk music a love myself some Neil Young I love myself. So we've got the
A broken system, a broken city: Beirut
"In Beirut yesterday countless people began the painful work of fixing homes devastated by a massive explosion on Tuesday. One woman who'd mlk posted a video of her mother-in-law playing the piano as others swept up broken glass. The music is bittersweet, the city is reeling. The moment of the blast no one was quite sure what had happened there was a deep bass sound for seven or eight seconds there was a rumbling. and. We thought it was a localized explosion, maybe a gas main that had blown up across the street or a car bomb in the neighborhood. Greg Carlstrom is our Middle East correspondent. I A cafe. everyone, of course, left the cafe and started making their way home and it was only on the way back down towards the three Indian towards the ports that I started to realize the scale of the damage. There was, of course, broken glass everywhere carpeting, all of the streets all at the sidewalks pass through an intersection where there were several women sitting in the median holding cloth scraps of fabric bleeding from the head they'd obviously been hit by glass. And every building that you pass by not only the windows blown out but the aluminum window frames blown off. So. You realize that this was not a localized incident, but rather something that had affected the entire city center. The blast was felt as far away as Cyprus it registered as an earthquake in Jordan. It had come from the port of Beirut or something had set off an explosion of staggering size sending up a white mushroom cloud then a vast bloom of orange smoke. Yesterday the government placed a number of court officials under house arrest and again investigation. Declared a two weeks state of emergency. Residents are still coming to grips with the shock of the blast. Felt like it went inside us like a best our soul the way. I saw something bright and I lost my hearing for few seconds. An explosion just went out. The human toll of the explosion has been catastrophic the death toll officially more than one hundred so far, and that number continues to grow as rescue workers find victims who were buried in the rubble more than five thousand people injured by the blast and many of them had to go into a hospital system that was already stretched thin. We've had a spike in corona virus cases in Lebanon over the past few weeks, some hospitals themselves were damaged by the explosion hospital Saint George Hospital across the street from where I live. was so badly damaged that it had to halt operations and when I went by the hospital, you saw patients some of them still wearing their hospital gowns with intravenous lines in their arms bloodied from flying debris and shrapnel for nurses were killed. Fifteen patients on respirators died when the machines failed the other immediate impact is according to officials in Lebanon about three hundred thousand people were left homeless by the explosion. About five percent of the population of the entire country and what do we know so far about what caused the explosion? It seems to be the result of unbelievable negligence even on the scale of the perennially negligent Lebanese government back in two thousand thirteen customs officials in Lebanon confiscated the cargo of a Russian ownership that was traveling to Mozambique. The cargo was two, thousand, seven, hundred, fifty tons of ammonium nitrate, which is highly explosive chemical that is used mostly to make either fertilizers or explosives from mining and quarrying and other industrial uses. So this material was confiscated, it was put in a warehouse at the port and for six or seven years it just south there there was some talk of maybe exporting the stuff for giving it to the army to use but this required approval from the Lebanese judiciary that approval never came you've had officials at the ports and with insecurity agencies who warned this was tantamount to keeping a giant bomb on the doorstep of the country's capital. Those warnings went unheeded and of course, tragically on Tuesday it all exploded but I mean what kind of government would ignore warnings about tons and tons and tons of explosive material just sitting in a city centre the Lebanese government would it's almost par for the course for Lebanon's political class. This is the government that for more than a decade could not agree on a budget. This is the government that for almost thirty years allowed the same central banker to run the Central Bank Lubin, and to run effectively state-sanctioned Ponzi scheme to defend the currency peg it's a country that created a political and economic model that was totally unsustainable. Invested hardly at all in basic services even in good times, Lebanon can't provide twenty four hour electricity routinely struggles to pick up the trash piles up in the streets. It is a perennially negligent government and this is of course, a catastrophic example of that but it's of a piece with the behavior of this government over the past thirty years. So this is a population economy that was suffering quite a bit even before the blast it was the country has been slipping into a profound economic crisis since October the the currency. Lebanese. Pound which for decades has been pegged to the dollar. Began to break away from that since October? It's lost about eighty percent of its value on the black market which has contributed to runaway inflation in a country that imports almost everything from food and fuel to consumer goods. So, inflation running around eighty percent right now and for food around two hundred percent prices have become astronomical this summer we've had fuel shortages that have caused blackouts in Beirut normally three hours a day stretch as long as twenty hours a day this summer and the backup generators that people rely on to provide electricity when the state cannot those are either burning out from overuse or running out of fuel just one crisis after another point. which has led to widespread poverty in the country the the official figures the government thinks around half the country is now below the poverty line that could rise as high as seventy five percent. By the end of the year, there's been a spike in petty crime driven simply desperation. There was one man who was caught on TV robbing a pharmacy for diapers another man who robbed someone at knifepoint on the streets and a once busy part of town, and then came back to apologize for doing it and said, he he needed the money to his family. So it sounds a a years long problem has gotten really quite a lot worse very recently mean why hasn't the government been able to sort of keep things from getting so much worse? The current government was installed in January meant to be a technocratic government that would tackle this economic crisis and negotiate a rescue agreement with the IMF but. Six or seven months later it's made almost no progress. The negotiations with the IMF have really stalled at this point they've had about twenty rounds of talks. But is not even really negotiating with the IMF yet it's still negotiating with itself. You have the cabinet on one side. And the parliament on the other backed up by the banking sector. which are having this very arcane dispute about the scale of the losses in Lebanon's financial sector about how bankrupt the country is effectively. And so you have this surreal situation where instead of Lebanon negotiating with the IMF Lebanon is negotiating with Lebanon. The Fund has told Lebanon that talks are not going to advance unless there's an agreement on the size of the losses or if the cabinet pushes through a few meaningful reform of capital controls, law changes to the electricity sector things like that. Neither of these things have happened and there are increasing calls for the government to step down. Do you think that's the way forward I? Mean, what do you think should be done here to to bring Lebanon back to? A functional state though the problem is if this government steps down what replaces this government and a lot of the pressure on the government right now is is coming from the traditional powerbrokers in Lebanon the sectarian X. warlords who have divvied up power in this country for decades since the end of the civil war in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, this power sharing agreement they have it was designed to keep the peace and prevent a return to conflict after the war. But it's been captured by the. Hands up power based on sect, which runs a massive patronage network The World Bank estimates that it costs the country about nine percent of its GDP each year but if it were to step down without broader changes to the country's political system in this power, sharing system would simply be replaced by the same cast of characters who have ruined the country over the past thirty years. But that power sharing system was was there to to keep the peace to prevent a return to civil war, and that was the argument for years for decades when people in Lebanon would complain about the corruption and. The negligence and the inefficiency of their government, the response would be well at least this is better than a return to the bad old days even before what happened on. Tuesday even before the explosion though that argument was beginning to lose its weights with a lot of people here you have a younger generation of Lebanese who don't have the same memory of course of the civil war that their parents or their grandparents had, and so as the country slipped further and further into crisis over the past year, people have been more willing to to break away from this system than they were before. And I think the argument that well, there could be violence if the power-sharing system was stripped away after what happened on Tuesday after half of Beirut was destroyed by the incompetence of this government I think that argument is not going to carry with a lot of people.
"twenty hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Be at the park for twenty hours every day affected immediately low nicotine smoke could soon be coming to the market Tom Busby a bluebird houses and focus report alcohol free beer decaf coffee sugar free soda and soon low nicotine cigarettes that's what a small biotech firm from upstate New York is hoping to start selling twenty second century group John Pritchard says through the bio engineering of tobacco plants nicotine is made up much much lower levels in the recent therefore ninety five percent less than would be typical into back and makes its way into the Leafs now it's up to the FDA which is expected to decide in the next few months if these low nicotine smoke can hit store shelves and with thirty four million smokers in the U. S. Pritchard says the target audience is growing for adult smokers with an interest in reducing their exposure to nicotine I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business for news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. the San Antonio Spurs has the magic tomorrow night at the AT&T center the voice of the spurs bill Schoening has details in today's spurs insider brought to you by Kickapoo lucky eagle casino second year guard Lonnie Walker the fourth is still figuring things out according to head coach Gregg Popovich the walkers getting valuable experience as he is now part of the spurs rotation he got a start Wednesday night in a loss to the Dallas Mavericks scoring twelve points shooting five of nine from the floor including two three pointers he also blocked a career high three shots the twenty one year old Walker says he's trying to play off his teammates and pick his spots of the season opening Walker in.
"twenty hours" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"For one hundred and twenty hours all military operations under operation spring will be pause the YPG is an acronym for Syrian Kurdish militias attacked by Turkey president trump credited his threat of sanctions that led to today's announcement we have a five day cease fire during that five days the Kurds and other people that could be taking great care of they're going to be moving around moving out of a safe zone which is something that Turkey is always wanted under the deal Turkey is under no obligation to withdraw its troops Wednesday's time seven fifty the president's acting chief of staff defended Mr trump's dealings with Ukraine today but impeachment investigators say he dug a bigger hole acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney says president trump wanted Ukraine to look into whether the Democratic National Committee servers were in Ukraine during the race that's why we held up the money asked if that was a quid pro quo we do that all the time with foreign policy veiny told White House reporters there's nothing wrong with that Democrats like house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff see it as a guilty plea things have just gone from very very bad to much much worse separately the president's hand picked envoy to the European Union distance himself today telling lawmakers he disagreed with the president ordering him and all others to work with personal lawyer Rudy guiliani on Ukraine soccer mad Connie Washington which this time seven fifty one from the ram truck traffic.
"twenty hours" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Twenty hours just amazing and now CNN is coming out and saying nobody in his video was actually a journalist Hey CNN you don't have any journalists sorry Hey John and craft in welcome to KDKA when you don't talk to a good job during the slump so far might for ginger ale I was going to jail to Rudy region over I'm so my brothers on your work and they're all going to jail Mr go turn from in peace with the trees and even though it Michael Flynn was indicted on you all even though do I know what Michael Flynn was indicted on the report you know this could turn a treason right away from peace with the trees and the president but you know that what we do for the president so what what what's the punishment for treason what Michael well heeled is with what what's the punishment what is treason we are really sorry we don't because our country is so what's the punishment for that well should be as far as what happened I'm against the death penalty so so you could put it over with so usually you know just think what the report you just think the president and should be thrown in jail what we could do is all about your hundred dollars really do you know your Porsche Hey John in craft and can I go can I give you a bit of advice yeah when you call and you lie about what you want to talk about you don't get to call back don't talk during the fall we only got I love you John good luck my brother good luck with that so anyway so we have CNN now saying nobody in this expose of this guy behind the scenes at CNN walking around getting audio of Jeff Zucker the president of C. and and basically saying look I know we have a lot of people here at CNN who are friends with a Lindsey Graham knock it off we're not friends with them anymore it's all about impeachment ladies and gentlemen it's a shame this is where we are and now have you seen this have you heard of judicial watch these are all these insular area groups like project veritas they have to operate in the shadows who are actually doing work that's realistic that's verifiable do you know what it is to come on the radio with any kind of information that's not false because you didn't get it from the media you can't get news anymore from the media ladies and gentlemen it's so biased so this judicial watch now believes the state department the state department under president Obama spied on conservative journalists and trump allies in fact they filed a freedom of information act request with the state department last week believing the prominent conservative journalists public figures and those with ties to president Donald Trump we're being monitored by the state department in Ukraine and this is under the direction of ousted U. S. ambassador Marie Yuvan of edge does that name makes sense marina von of H. who was let go months ago why well she was an Obama appointee she was a trump hater and she bashed him in Ukraine and he fired are do you know when trump cabinet people people are in his arm pull employ are fired or move online or whatever and I have all of the media coverages this is the most ridiculous government ever nobody will work with this man he's awful the reality is this president can trusted no one no one who do you trust judicial watch is obtained information indicating your von of H. may have violated laws and government regulations by ordering subordinates to target certain U. S. persons using state department resources why is nobody talking about that where is that nothing to see here don't look over here if it's present at he's corrupt he's bad so in advance of tonight's fourth debate it's in Ohio CNN is hosting it can't wait let's dig into a little bit more about what we know about Joe Biden so is he the front runner now I think Elizabeth Warren is taken out spot now right the socialist has now taken out spot so we know the whistle blower had ties to Joe Biden this whistleblower who fears for their life for their safety and so therefore will be cloaked in anonymity at first they wanted to just do written answers to questions that's not really how it works so this was a blower had ties to Joe Biden likely even accompanied the vice president on one of his eight trips during a second term to Ukraine and works directly under James clapper who was Obama's director of national intelligence nothing to see here this all these dots connecting these lines going to each other Donald Trump is on presidential higher what else do we now we know that Biden threatens the New York times after a blistering op ed calling it fake news this is why in telling The New York Times what you're reporting is fake news and demanding that news outlets stop having Rudy guiliani the on their shows if you are not guilty of anything you don't care who talks because you're clean it doesn't matter you say look into my records check out my phone calls in fact here's a transcript look at it when you're guilty you start demanding you start pointing away from you you start accusing other people of malfeasance all I know is that we're making no progress with anything right now in this country we have a president despite its many flaws is good for his word he's trying to fulfill the promises he made the American people in two thousand and fifteen when he was running closing the borders yes he said Mexico is going to pay for the wall Mexico is in paying for it but they're doing a hell of a lot to stop the flow of migrants in from the south those numbers are drastically down bringing back manufacturing we have historically low unemployment rates across the board for every group of people Hispanic Asian black male female the median average median household income is the highest it's been in my lifetime and tax cuts actually work because they spur the economy its basic economics but tonight we're gonna hear about trillion trillion trillion dollar plans to spend your money I don't know about you but I work hard for the money I make I don't need a big government to tell me where it should go for big inflated programs that never seem to work what about you eight six six three nine one ten twenty join the conversation.
"twenty hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Lock us in by the way if you want to listen to any of our prior programming certainly for the last a couple of years at least this any program you're interested me go to a night side on demand scroll through you can read this in a podcast form which causes sixty minutes of each of the show produced out about forty forty one minutes now on the twenty third of the week is the twenty the other week five nights a week four hours a night twenty hours last are the week here on nights side we generally talk about a topic which we will talk about later of of some generic general interest and think about it what grind your gears will get to that but first need to shock is going to a touch upon a few of the stories that we just didn't get around to this week because frankly we don't have enough time with their noting that are not enough hours in the day I've heard that before yes indeed have you ever have you ever been to Scotland I have never been to Scotland but I had I want strengths Scott she didn't particularly like it okay well that's the same thing isn't it in a study shortbread the. the loch ness monster. I've always wanted to go to I'll be honest with the I've always wanted a lock mass I think it's a hoot and I like going to haunted houses not like going to look for things like big fight and I wouldn't mind going to area fifty one for remote sometime just throw that out there other people thinking about yeah I would we could do in the area fifty one remote we can do a Roswell remote I would be I would be down with that too but Linda Ronstadt's hometown is she Roswell brought Linda Ronstadt was born in Roswell around the time of the rise for her concert when she was great but it is always great anyway it turns out that scientists have been taking DNA from loch ness in Scotland and they say the loch ness monster might just be a giant eagle wait a second wait a second how had they I how would they take in DNA from something we've only seen pictures of what. they took her from the waters they had they were taking DNA samples from the waters of loch ness and they say that there are no there's no large animal DNA in there like a dinosaur something like that like a prehistoric Crowder nothing like that is in the is another one so we drown well I'm sure that there there are dinosaurs it's wham that are with their water based on. black they say there is an abnormal amount of yield DNA in loch ness so now they're saying they think that the loch ness monster might be a really really big people living E. L. but is there only one well I'm sure they breed and by periodically but nobody knows a you see a giant thing in the water you don't think there's a bunch of you think there's just one so people keep saying applying it you know that's that's interesting what else you know so in Australia there is a bit of a neighborhood kerfuffle going on there is a vegan. who lives next door to some people who like this still I do to these people who like to barbecue and she's been a real pain in the you know what because every time she small somebody's barbecue she's been **** and she's been filing complaints and she sued her next door neighbors to stop them from barbecuing because she's offended by the smell of barbecuing meat through the control freak so yes yes so so what's happened is that I see meat eaters from around the county have banded together to attend a mass community barbecue outside of our house so I they've just decided that did she and to be honest with you and I and I have vegan moments I made my husband a vegan for summer and is as cholesterol went down twenty points in his blood pressure was it's very healthy to do I don't think you should for somebody I think it's you know a couple nights a week we do it he's very happy but she's a bully but you're not forcing you neighbors just rally she exactly she's a bully she is she doesn't like the sound of kids playing basketball in neighborhood and she's really ticked about the smell of barley sick she supposed to barbecue in basketball how on American I'm telling you well you know our Australian as the case may be it is very obviously on American issues in Australia it's it's true enough so anyway I'm with them I would be in the front row right with that with a hot dog or the smelly strips I could find if that were me Michigan is taking a stand that's America that is America good that is Michigan is becoming the first state to ban flavored E. cigarettes no more sweetie fruity flavors in Michigan they believe that the vaping products are specifically dot designed to help children and there've been a lot of serious long illnesses going on talk about tonight the lead some couple the newscast tonight we I think we talked about that earlier and maybe we have to get to that next week you suggested that but I wanted to go political tonight that's fine get a job that you judicial. yeah to distill the good when and by the way if I can make my vote it's not for judge Joseph just put that out there I'm with you and I I am clearly with judge charge said on the on on that comparison yeah the but Michigan's become the first state to ban I think Massachusetts need to take a look at that there was a student out two weeks ago who they had to put into a coma her lungs were so broken down from from vaping for showing of the network gassed an eighteen year old kid yeah what one kid said his lungs felt like he's a seventy year old yeah it's just and everybody thought it was a good way to get off the cigarettes but the problem is people who never smoked or using it and it is it is not without hazards as everybody initially thought in Utah there are two conservative groups were very upset at a school board meeting about a new law that lets teachers answer what they call quote spontaneous questions about sex from students so if your child ask your teacher what is oral sex or something explicit like that oral sex is talking about sex exactly right yeah okay to go back there right okay the teacher on the check is allowed to answer it add that the parents are set to like send the kids home we want to educate our children about this this is not your job to have a teacher you know give a spontaneous response to if if and I'm not saying this is true it out there is a better file teachers out there they're gonna like that I would think they would like it a lot yeah actually okay to be honest with you one more one more one more that's a that's a tough because there are some really you got to go well I'll give you two good ones go go for you to best one no I was going to go for this on this okay. no a Rourke I don't know if anybody heard of the democratic you make everybody knows better right he's is he is family a dirt too because I thought it was you know a good luck charm he is running for democratic nominee for president he's the guy who Ross Roberto Francisco yeah to all right yeah exactly he's not Spanish by the way for people who think he is he's the guy who was bested by Ted Cruz when he tried to take Ted Cruz's Texas Senate seat close race though. he he says he's been falling and the numbers so I guess he's decided that the best way to get attention is to swear. so after the last mass shooting he basically you know gave it gave a sound bite to a crowded room of people I'm purport is that this was you know bleep in the aft forward you know crazy I think a lot of attention for so he's decided that it was spontaneous yes spontaneous with what he says no it was gone this is what I was about it's absolutely spontaneous because lo and behold there was a back room full of T. shirts Dan that had you know what exactly what he sad including the swear on it and that had to have taken them all I look at least five or ten minutes to make all those hundreds of old lucky coincidence it was his depression T. is fundraising off of the mass shooting now with us tee shirts on I've seen I've seen some low stuff and I don't think there's another candidate up there who thinks that this was a really tastefully good idea making money off of them well absolutely and being opportunistic off of mass shootings that's pretty low yeah the only thing this lower is is standing in the polls. nicely done thank you thank you and nicely done was a quick kiss we get back we're going to talk about what grind your gears I have a new growing your gears most of you know the things the grime my gears maybe last year drew to tell us what grinds his gears he's he's never done a grind your gears and we'll see would you would grind your gears recently and would love to hear from you can open up the phone line six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine two thirty this is the opportunity to tell the world what grind you gears get it off your chest coming back at night side. side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirties. when you're building a new home don't get stuck.
"twenty hours" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Would love that thanks Jeff twenty hours later yes so this was in Clifton okay and Jagger walks in after he did the show met life so this is maybe fifteen minutes without traffic to get to this the start of it you know make like me was hungry right and maybe had thought backstage at someone anyway so what does the tech talk diner and he gets a Taylor ham egg and cheese with disco fries a sloppy Joe to go all right yum yeah and nobody recognized him nobody really does have to place a strong probably right when you're at a diner it yet I pass a certain time you're trying to if you're hungry for a reason right we'll put it that way anyway the owner said the Jagger eight at the tick tock early Thursday morning before the concert and left his tabbing cash on the table Kerry's nobody tipped it was probably pretty general they would say yeah if you didn't write it was probably good yeah I'm sure was very good right I'm sorry Mr my wish were here when he was here anyway during his onstage shout out because he talked about it door during during his concert the rocker rekindle an old debate over the name of his Taylor ham egg and cheese sandwich it's a Taylor ham as a cold in north Jersey or pork roll if you're from South Jersey in Philadelphia because they're idiots down there sorry I know some of you were listening I don't like the eagles not only people from South Jersey generally I wish the just divide the state already in called something else all right very angry and I feed him she yeah so one person said it's definitely a teller hand all right whatever Mick Jagger says it is that's what it is another person joked all right so no one in north Jersey according to CBS to could find anyone who would call the pork roll on social media there was at least one me making fun of Jagger calling a Taylor ham one man wrote if it if you call the Taylor hamster pork roll he may be a man of wealth but he's clearly not a man of taste out unbelievable persons hungry to its Taylor ham I mean that I can't believe this is even a debate trivial like food see I live in New Jersey and and I can I can answer you mean I'll get beat up why what's your P. O. there is a strict line see if it's the same debate is like is there a central Jersey all right there is it I agree with you but I will say there's just north and there's just south all right yeah now did that exact same line is Taylor ham and pork roll now you get to stupid people from the south like the one is standing next to me was shopping at Amazon thing my face saying the Taylor ham is the brand and not you know what it's called like Kleenex or to our sound guy he's a Philly guy for gadis shopping at Amazon thing from this as Taylor ham pork roll because Taylor hammy saying is the brand and that's his thought process with the brand is is like do you copy something or do Xerox it right when you have a so did you say all have a soda or you have a customer have a coke right the brand becomes the name right past me a Kleenex indeed yeah I get to see the stones this weekend they didn't know it was this weekend was it was it was split last there that's why we did yeah those would been there that's right nobody recognized and that's my favorite thing that he was in the diner no one you don't recognize Mick Jagger in the middle of New Jersey as if he's as if he so regular looking he probably doesn't I do in a throne a cap to the where low you put on some shades no no C. R. yeah but do you think maybe no one knows who I am anyway what's that you think is really wearing a sparkly purple jacket at the tick tock diner and even if he was at that time in the morning you fit right in yeah Jagger phase is not a very big guy I'm sure you just want to know and say now let's make Jack it's true yeah again if I cannot access the accent there it walking to add a lot of like let me have a table yeah like whispered it was probably very very you know fell about words for her he's we more than god he's eaten diner that's awesome yeah I think I mean at that time and I would also getting brushing a gal talks great it is right to talk about you want to go there right now I am believe me all right what's a commercial I can yes they can just send it here that listens to was give us a call and noble put the order in I will pizza again all right we'll dance some other since Friday thing I can't have it on Monday so it it's a feel and it means you really crave on certain nights this saying it yeah so my Mondays burger day for you no it's supposed to check in day but I packed the chicken that was made you know hold gel long time ago this is how we got here Cooper anyway let's just to leave you with this we tackle Tuesday tomorrow talk to Tuesday two pilots arrested for drinking before flight this one was going from Glasgow Scotland to Newark New Jersey course they had their flight abruptly cancelled center because the pilots for both drunk what officials say the pair were arrested before their schedule to fly the US both men report he failed a breathalyzer this is a thing right it's kind of a problem when some piles all I'm sure many are very responsible but the whole drinking pilot things with them together now all right over guy and that's an international flight that's a long flight up so you know you drank you're all happy and everything and suddenly kind of crash right yep means we can't have that the company said they have a strict zero tolerance policy for alcohol that's I have to tell us that really don't allow your pilots to drink you're kidding got it handed to them anyway we come back there Dr mark Siegel fox news medical correspondent what are we talking to him about twenty one talk about the mental health issues that put could be involved with mass shooters absolutely expert on these things stick around this next.
"twenty hours" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Features twenty hours of programming when you select CBS news instead of five at the bay area's news station KCBS sunny and hot again today and heat advisory in effect for the East Bay valleys and hills we'll have a full forecast for you just ahead good morning I'm can foster here's what's happening in the bay area and around the state to the bay area men are in custody in Rome accused of the brutal murder of a beloved Italian police officer KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports of both our graduates of Tamil pious high school in mill valley he says relatives and friends of the pair are in shock the Chilean authorities say eighteen year old Gabriel to tell fourth and nineteen year old Finnigan Lee elder were in Rome on vacation when a drug deal went bad the two made off with the drug dealers backpack to Italian military police officers in plain clothes were sent to investigate when they confronted the suspects Italian investigators say fourth step thirty five year old Mario Sir cielo Riga eight times Regan died a short while later he had just returned to work after his honeymoon Finnigan elder is from San Francisco Gabriel horses from mill valley P. I. X. five she knew his family well known fan since she was born and I'm in shock he's the nicest guy one of the nicest neighbors meanwhile in mill valley one of fourth former classmates a temple pious high school says he had a bad reputation I've kind of always known that is a bit of a bad guy in Rome the murder has been the number one story on television people have been leaving bouquets of flowers at the murder site in another development the Associated Press is reporting that police officials admit that horse was illegally blind folded before his interrogation this after a photo was circulated that showed the suspect with a scarf tied around his head in mill valley Jeffrey Schaub KCBS the NRA is pushing back against California's law to require background searches in order to buy ammunition KCBS is Jim Taylor talks to both sides of the issue California voted to pass this line twenty sixteen it went into effect just this month if you want to buy a bullet you got to submit to a background check area pediatrician gun control activist doctor Michelle Sandburg the majority of not just people in California but people around the country I believe that we should have universal background checks even a high percentage of gun owners and even an RA number support background checks so I don't think the honorary leadership is even reflecting the views of its own members and the views of responsible gun owners around the country on the other side of the issue San Francisco's Peter Buxton a member of the national rifle association almost all my life as a as a long time member of the NRA what what do you think about the law that's in effect now in California requiring background checks for buying ammunition what are your tickets are useless all of the part of the politicians they're trying to look good those little blue we're doing something worthwhile that's not going to resolve and and the a saving of lives California rifle and pistol association asking a federal judge to stop the voter approved checks Jim Taylor KCBS CBS.
"twenty hours" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Twenty hours a twenty five Bucks an hour all told up to twenty thousand dollars you can get back while I great yeah good luck with that the amount of paperwork you would have to file to prove that your data was misuse and specifically miss used to do to the Equifax breach as opposed to somebody else's breach you've got to have a paper trail you got a show when he lost funds weren't reimbursed by a bank or credit card company you got to be able to show the time you spent bottom line is I think a lot of Americans aren't going to bother attempting to collect any reimbursement and many of those who do are gonna get allows a hundred twenty five Bucks meanwhile on a little bit of a happier note I'm not sure if it's happy or not but there's a big conversation we've had on the radio show here in the past month or so about E. S. G. this is an investment conversation when I ask a simple question do you believe in investing in a manner consistent with your values I think most folks would agree with that I mean there are a lot of folks who say I don't want to invest in tobacco stocks war in alcohol stocks I don't want to invest in companies that manufacture nuclear power plants I don't invest in gun manufacturers I don't want to invest in casinos that kind of thing right now but that's okay it's understandable we might feel that way but you need to recognize that when you attempt to implement an investment strategy consistent where your beliefs you'll discover it's far more difficult to do than you thought you are likely to be disappointed in the outcome in fact Mr Pierce takes it a step further she is one of the five commissioners on the SEC and she spoke at the American enterprise institute this past week and she said the corporations are being unfairly maligned by proponents of ESG that's the movement behind this socially responsible investing ESG refers to environmental social and governance policies she said that her speech quote we see labeling based on incomplete information public shaming and shaming wrapped in moral rhetoric preached with cold hearted self righteous oblivion to the consequences we pan scarlet letters on allegedly offending corporations without bothering much about facts and circumstances and seemingly without caring about the unwarranted harm afterall naming and shaming corporate villains is fun trendy and profitable that's Hester Pierce SEC commissioner noting that when you attempt to make an investment decision based on non investment criteria you're more likely going to hurt yourself what it's popular and easy to do one illustration is at Harvard Harvard has a thirty nine billion dollar endowment the largest of all colleges Harvard still invests in companies that produce fossil fuels you know they invest in Exxon Mobil and NBPA N. and other oil companies but recently three hundred faculty members signed a petition calling on Harvard's endowment fund to divest its investment in those oil company students held a rally alumni have written to Harvard's president urging the university to divest well are we sure that divesting is going to improve the returns of Harvard's endowment is a going to lower the risks of Harvard's endowment is it going to call this Exxon Mobil to change its corporate policies or its behavior Mr Pierce the SEC suggests probably not and here's the worst part here's the worst part let's say that your running a mutual fund company and you are struggling with poor returns and you're not attracting enough money from investors for your fund to operate profitably what do you do about that if your fund manager well you know a lot of them are doing they are re branding themselves as ESG funds they are announcing that they are now suddenly investing with us socially conscious approach last year the number of mutual funds that place themselves in the ESG category glue fifty percent there's no nearly four hundred of them in the country and yet a lot of these funds haven't changed a thing about the stocks they invest in according to a recent study that just came out some fund managers simply changed the wording in their prospectus they didn't do anything about the funds themselves last year for example sixty two mutual funds added ESG criteria to their prospectus but of the sixty two only eleven of them actually change the investments that they hold Goldman Sachs international equity fund got a new name the Goldman Sachs international equity E. S. G. fund the Putnam multi cap growth fund is now the Putnam sustainable leaders fund and the Putnam multi cap value fund is now the Putnam sustainable future fund they're not the only phone companies to have done this Aberdeen JP Morgan Morgan Stanley they've all added ESG to the prospectuses of many of their phones without actually changing anything that the funds are actually investing in in other words they're betting that investors will judge the books by their covers so if in fact you truly want to invest in a manner consistent with your views on E. S. G. environment social and governance you need to do some research beyond just the name of the fund gives itself and the language that's embedded in the prospectus look at the portfolio holdings and see if in fact they've changed over the past year to see if in fact the holdings in the fund are truly consistent with how you believe and I suspect you're going to discover that it just is a sham and our job here is to protect you from nonsense like that that's what we do with our investment research and let us apply our efforts to you we do this for thousands of folks all across the country and we're happy to do it for you as well call us here at home and financial engines a triple late to plan wreck.
"twenty hours" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Work for twenty hours a week, and volunteer for the other twenty hours a week until they find employment. So you're the working with our employment manager to look for work. But then in order to restore that sense of community and giving and giving backed up out there you have to give her twenty hours a week though. The various volunteer your time. You have to volunteer. Your time. Still got that warning on volunteers. We do we do we call in this business. He's by teasing. There's a warning about. What is he talking about warning? But your website, I h c Dallas dot ORG. There's actually some pictures on there. If you go to the programs talks about their home transitional housing program. There's some pictures here of these are nice. These are not what I think. Some folks would think of when they think of transitional housing, like low income housing and things like that where there's going to be cracks in the walls and bugs, everywhere and stuff. And these are nice apartments looking at it on a printer that was in black and white still really nice. I've seen it on the website. And these are nice apartment, and these are provided at no cost. That's right. That's right. And if our families graduated from the program that many of them are able to take the furniture weapons. Are you kidding me? Yeah. So they don't have to incur that cost and they can really Mckee that saving safety net for emergencies. So it's it's it's a labor of love interface is a faith based organization that we take Manley's of no faith. You just going to say that was my next kind of segue into this is it is inter faith housing coalition. So there's gonna be some folks out there. They're like, no, you know, I've got my own religion or my own or no religion. That doesn't matter that doesn't matter. It's. Our labor of love. It's our ability to act out our faith. And so one of the reasons why the apartments are so nice because our mission it'd be the hands of Christ helping families transition from self-sufficiency to new hope that's our mission to provide something that says your valuable your love. And we we work really hard to do that with a great team volunteers who worked diligently to prepare the apartments for each family. We have people who donate the furnish up all of the Furniture's donate it, but the items are donated, so it's a wonderful labor of love that they gives a family as an immediate feeling of being here for values a golf tournament going down October eighth. Right. We decided it's. Columbus day. Right. So there's no if well, I'm sure there's some people are gonna work on Columbus Day eyebrow. It's a Bank holiday. So you know, some of y'all don't have to work. She's been quiet over here. Look soccer. This is pretty much your area kind of talk about the golf tournament where it's going to be hit annual golf tournament is going to be active over eight twenty twelve at the Royal oaks country club is a Monday. But like Honda said it is Columbus Day. So we hope everybody comes out it's from nine to three the purpose of the golf tournament is to get local businesses and corporations out fundraise for our graduate empowerment program that can really spoke about earlier in which the graduate empower program provides mentoring for our graduates for up to a year. So that we can make sure that they maintain stuff sufficiency and all the little hiccups that come along in life. They still have that support system of interfaith up to a year. So all the funds raised from this golf tournament will go to that program, which launches August. I.
"twenty hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"To this stuff. Fifteen twenty hours a week. This is what you like you like to listen to these hopefully both sides and determine what's right and wrong. I've had situations where I've come out at the beginning. And my initial impression was one way. And when you really look at the details, you're like, wait a minute. Now. This is the other way it happens a lot. Now, it's our jobs. So you know, we have to do it. Most people will actually have real work to do things that actually help the country in like move our economy forward and things like that important things where we get to sit here and blab all day. So we have that luxury of being able to sit here and look at all the stuff all day long and try to figure out the nuance there. Most people don't talk radio listeners are an exception. I think generally speaking because they're willing to spend. I mean, if you're listening to this show, maybe a couple of the other big national shows urine for full-time job listening to talk radio. I mean, we're doing fifteen Russia's doing fifteen headed he's doing fifteen you're at forty five hours. Right. Like, you've spent a good chunk of your week listening to people talk about these issues and break them down and give you different perspectives on and hopefully and at the end of the day, you're going to be a lot more informed than the average person. Who's just not he's not going to follow these things that closely, and you see how this would react if you're if you're flipping through the headlines, you don't look at it. Pictures. You don't watch the video you see transgender person harassed at game. Stop you eight-game stop. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Up. Did nothing wrong there at least as far as the information. We have at this point doesn't seem to have done. Anything wrong was completely the rational actor in that in that situation the game, stop employees. No question. Tripoli seventy seven BBC gates stupor Glenn on the Glenn Beck..
"twenty hours" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Mentors. Are allowed to clock twenty hours a week? If we need more hours, I hire more mentors. You can't be wealthy and successful and working all those hours. They don't go together. It would be disingenuous. If my mentors work more than twenty hour. It would mean to you that there is no such thing as they retired in a rich. It would be a job. It's not a job to mission to mission to help people to give back and yet you have to make sure that people don't get too involved in the mission. Forget the Domitian is just part of a life part of major plan part of the whole picture, and you have to play it that way. And so I learned the most important thing in the world that was how to keep stab. I've had people that work for me for twenty years. I have many people work from ten or fifteen years. And it's because you don't turn people out. This was a massive epiphany came to me during this period of my life. And so there was. I decided I had to go find my own business, and that I was going to treat the business and the people much differently. I remember when we hit our quote in sales. They would change our quota and make it harder. Or do we cut our territory now or they'd give the good territory to a week salesman? So he could hit his quota and put us in territory. So that we could bring it up. I'm gonna go build a business.
"twenty hours" Discussed on TechStuff
"Apollo weight would take a crew further than any human has gone before. The mission would include a trip around the back side of the moon and back that involved a maneuver called the trans lunar injection in which the spacecraft would move out of earth, orbit and travel into an orbit around the moon before going for a trans earth injection and essentially reversing this process. It's actually more complicated than versing the process, but coming back to earth astronauts, Frank, Borman, James level junior and William enders were selected as the crew of the Apollo eight. The trip to the moon required to mid course corrections the first at nearly eleven hours into the mission and the second at sixty one hours eight minutes in the mission. So more than two days, almost three days into the mission, the Apollo eight spacecraft spent twenty hours in lunar orbit. And that went around the moon ten times before using the spacecraft's propulsion systems for a trans earth injection and a return trip to earth. Whenever the spacecraft passed on the far side of the moon, radio communication would end because the moon's big at blocked all the radio signals. So we would lose communication with the astronauts whenever they went around the far side of the moon by the way, I know all of you know this, but I feel like I should remind folks that the far side of the moon is what we call the face of the moon that is away from the earth. The moon is tidally locked with the earth. So the same side of the moon always faces us. We never see the other side from earth. There is not, however, a dark side of the moon, or rather there's not a permanent dark side of the moon. There is a side of the moon that's dark, but it's not the same side all the time, all sides of the moon receive light at one time or another. But there is. Is a permanent far side of the moon. Sometimes it's dark sometimes lit up, but it always faces away from us. The astronauts aboard, the Apollo eight worthy. I to see that side of the moon firsthand. It's packed with craters from various impacts that it blocked from colliding with the earth potentially, which is kinda cool, but otherwise, it's, you know, it's the moon. I'm sure it's really cool to see up close. I'll I'll I'll never get chance to see it like that. But you know, it's the moon. The launch vehicle took off on December twenty first nineteen sixty eight and the command module splashed down on December twenty. Seventh nineteen sixty eight. So they spent Christmas up in space. There was no lunar module attached on Apollo eight. It was just the command and service modules that went up. Apollo nine would include a lunar module, but it did not touch down on the moon. Instead, the purpose of this mission was to test the rendezvous and docking procedures between the command service module and the lunar module. These would all be necessary maneuvers during a mission to the moon itself. The mission included a simulation of a lunar module rescue mission in the event of a lunar module, losing its ability to maneuver in space. So the command service module would have to do all the work in order to orient itself properly and dock with a loon. Inner module. This was just in case there might be an incident where a lunar module is able to ascend from the moon, but then loses its ability to maneuver..
"twenty hours" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Snore the quiet on sleep earphones they actually launched on indie gogo they raised a million bucks and then the second generation is forty percent smaller they went back and they raised five hundred seventy thousand dollars so the two one hundred sixty two the new one sixty headphones are sitting ear buds it has active noise cancellation it has a microphone that samples and sound speaker to create a phase shifted sound that will cancel out the original sow they have twenty hours a battery life they say they're going to be available tober twenty eighteen but i know what you're thinking snoring is one thing but if i just do something about his body odor then we'd really have a home run thank you and finally speaking of the male and female race for just a moment consider all of these virtual digital systems that we have their siri there's alexa there's cortana there's google assistant what are they they're all female silly while the researchers have chimed in this past week and they said that both men and women prefer the sound of female voices they say that there are warmer there are more relatable they make people receptive to voice activated technology but then people started asking why is it that were so okay bossing around a female voice and not a male voice well apple kind of bucked the trend was syria by offering male voices in some dialects i actually have syria my phone as a british man and then there's male and female options for all three english dialects.
"twenty hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And i go back run to the bank right now i get i get this guy i didn't get twenty hours away and this where does she call comes out to me today he will command or state trump i don't know what what he was i what's he doing he says and he throws me literally down on the ground and says you stole someone's i said whoa hey on their team rick rick i'll tell you what get a lawyer six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine hundred nine ten thirty we're not gonna let a case what happened i don't think rick that the registry police office i think there were registered their registry inspectors i believe who give let driving road tests but i believe that the registry police along with the mdc police were taken in by the state police many years ago let's focus back where we are curtain hanson kurt how are you tonight welcome next on nightside hey dan how are you good i hope your story is a little more focused than rick's a little bit more focused but it might be a hair off topic but it is easy path to say if i may go ahead okay so i got you know have you seen the nine eleven memorial plates that we have in massachusetts the ones at the us flag i'm aware of them yeah yeah so ever since i've gotten that i have not been billed by easy paths and it's been about a year and i've contacted them every single month since february two thousand you get an easy pass on your windshield inside your windshield and as your.
"twenty hours" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"So true there's a forty seven year old woman who was travelling across china on a train a couple of weeks back she was lying down on her side looking at her phone and she didn't move from that position for twenty hours lying on her side yeah staring at her phone for twenty hours boy that's good battery life well i'm sure she was plugged in i don't they have an outlet on right so when she got off the train in guangzhou shoe china she fainted on the platform rushed to the hospital where surgeon said she had to life threatening blood clots on her brain from having laid in that position oh boy the whole time they think that her posture was held for too long compressed the blood vessels on the right side of her neck oh created those blood clots that is horrible they were able to remove the clots from the woman and she's recovering when reporters went to interviewer in her hospital room she was in bed doing what laying on her side looking at her phone staring at her phone oy i mean it must be something interesting on their twenty hours later i can't believe like our armed didn't fall asleep i mean so he didn't have to p for twenty hours i mean i don't know how people have the i can't sit for that no i'll probably go pee in the movie even if i don't have to p o just because you can't be sitting there tonight is up push out a drop or two and i would want to miss a second of it i always i always p before i go into the movie theater and i don't bring a drink in with me that's the trick especially a long movie like that.
"twenty hours" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Twenty hours of a of a questions in testimony and so on and so forth and he answered of according to the sources uh all the questions that were asked by the miller special counsel team and nothing off limits according to sources there uh way different from what he did before they appearance before the house intelligence committee where he kept invoking privilege when he was asked questions by lawmakers and declined to answer questions about his time during the transition and the administration and sources are saying that they're likely meet again and they may find him in contempt of congress for all of that and apparently out of the twenty questions uh that he agreed to answer uh the answers were all know he go entity it just day would they were yes no questions in may answered uboldo bannon served as trump's chief strategist as you well know interviewed by special counsel robert mueller over multiple days this week some twenty hours of conversations i believe investigating possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia as well as other issues that have arisen out of the probe and he left his job as the senior white house adviser in august and went back to breitbart and then he left breitbart shortly after that a fourweek stalemate bannon uh returned to capitol hill yesterday to resume his interview with the house intelligence committee which was halted when he earlier refused to answer key questions in the russian probe and he hung around there yesterday for about four hours ansa little more than two dozen questions that the white house did to go she aided with the ah houses lead counsel the committee issued a subpoena in their initial january 16th interview when abandoned would not answer or address issues that arose during his time during the on the trump transition team in the white house and he ah and after he left his is position there uh the subpoena deadline was postponed three times as the house lawyers negotiated with the with the white house over what bannon would be willing to discuss without the white house invoking executive privilege to bar the testimony came up with like twenty questions and i think he answered him aldo so anyway steve bannon was busy and the mueller investigations been busy and the thirteen charges against the.
"twenty hours" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Could have gone to a restaurant in singapore that event jewelry in order the squad wrong no twenty hours in each direction doesn't work yeah gregory in july time we're going to be for new year's eve we're going be out we're going to get a french house as well but at this friend's house w's go to they serve lend tolls and then they ask you eat them it's pure luck yeah they seats lock yeah i had to work in the south where frogmen should eats them of the games axworth rolling in our from the south we blackeyed peas as for lethem on new year's day of ham hawks ana dose were i think that it's so interesting and superstitions of like good luck on new year's eve being only to it i might try beans pork in beads it to find a bean any use train we're going to be ringing in the new year to be determined still don't know yet one we'll take a woman i will be worth it but he declined a really romantic destination going to be with her yes i think are jealous of are and how it's great every year i think about that kiss at midnight and for some reason i know it's it's silly would doesn't take nother kiss and if you don't get it what's the difference but i just i think about that gives at midnight that i don't know why something happened to me as a child maybe father upto callahan or something i don't know so wait lately you when are you going are you get stressed out about kissing admitted his good make sure i have a kid i gotta have lips on my lips at midnight three people i cast my two boys at all as lawyers i'm going to try to kiss rago ruin in.
"twenty hours" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"But let him go yeah let them keep it going way we will return i will let him but how much gouge aj mccarron was going from the bengals to the browns for a second and third round pick here by 24 hours more than jimmy garoppolo twenty hours head that's part of i has and i'm like how much give free cousin the browns k a does i again and everyone thought the deal was done the browns were celebrating the band goals obviously happy with what they had done and they faxed in their paper worked illegal offices and the brands did not know deal you'd like to think that it was someone in the browns reputed to be smart front office had said there's no way of sending this fact facts but no someone just screwed up late is after the deadline passed they appealed to the league nogaideli hold on hold on at forgive me for my ignorance on this aj mccarron is now still a bang goals still of bangui yep yep never went through so what you guys are saying to me is the browns were so incompetent that the only thing achieved by this transaction was to reveal that incompetence to all of us not just merely by trading more for aj mccarron then jimmy garoppolo but also by black young getting and bleeping the paperwork atl that we know that they don't know what they're doing and that they don't even end up getting him and then get made fun of for it they don't get anything other than made fun of correct they thought that the bangles dyke just one team at the facts in the paperwork grabs him to we just dissolve the browns means should i'm sorry mike i know that you're squad come coa said we just get rid of them all together laws that gives mike is actually excited he's out he didn't like the deals terrible trade i wanted to blow it here's the problem what if it was a deal that you actually light and they blew it because they didn't know the rules about faxing in the paperwork to the illegals in awful looked even further trade that i didn't want this is really embarrassing demo what's more incompetent.