35 Burst results for "Twenty-Eight-Year"
AP News Radio
Oklahoma's Inhofe confirms he is resigning US Senate seat
"After twenty eight years in the U. S. Senate GM in Hough has announced he's stepping down in hall says he's absolutely at peace with his decision to resign before his six year term is up he tells the Oklahoman newspaper he plans to spend more time with his wife in office held the seat since nineteen ninety four and was elected to a fifth seventh term in twenty twenty he plans to continue serving until the next Congress begins in January in office the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee his departure will trigger a special election later this year for his replacement I'm I. Kampen
AP News Radio
Brian Williams to leave NBC News after 28 years
"The national news anchor is well pulling up anchor only at the end of a chapter in the beginning of another Brian Williams says he is leaving NBC after twenty eight years Williams says in a note to his colleagues that he'll be leaving the network when his contract ends in December he didn't specify why other than to say that his leave taking comes following much reflection Williams remade his career on MSNBC after losing his job as anchor of NBC nightly news for making false claims about a wartime story he promises in his note that he will pop up again somewhere I'm
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Sabina nasa twenty-eight-year-old primary schoolteacher. Who was murdered walking through a park near her home on friday evening in south london is being remembered by her family who say they are devastated and she's being remembered as a beautiful so the met police believe the attack happened in case of park kid. Brook around eight thirty in the evening at a time when the park was likely being used by many people. There words subpoenas body was found the next morning. Here's her cousin. Zubair alarm at was still in circus. There's been a few days but still no son kenya and we'll truly devastates up. Parents are absolutely absolutely shocked. Inconsolable still and understand.
The Michael Berry Show
"twenty eight year" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Big bopper of course died in a plane crash with buddy holly the day. The music dad honored with a historical marker in his hometown badminton of beaumont texas. When next you are in beaumont orange. Ooh stop in at tijuana's owner ricky martinez his friend of mine. It is a combination of mexican cajun mexican. Cajun what am i. Mix love seafood. Yeah it is fantastic. The hot new restaurant and orange by the way people will ask me. They're on their way to new orleans where they got a break journey in orange and i always tell him to pull off as the old sunset country club. That's that's that's the hot new restaurant that's where my parents go. He gave my parents is button. That is about this big. let's see. how big would that be remote. How how would you describe that as us too big to be a donut. That's a about the size of Cantaloupe cantaloupe you like melons stuff in the mellon family. What's your favorite thing in the mellon family mango. Really i would not have guess your mom mungo. My wife loves mango. Mangoes are big in india. Big in india. Mango is really what you like. Or that's what you thought you. I like cantaloupe and honeydew melon honeydew melons good anyway so ricky martinez gave my parents. This big gauche audacious hokey ridiculously large button. That says vip. Now when you get that you don't walk in wearing that. Even though it has the needle on the back right you say well that was nice of you to send and you go in and they all know who they are now and you just go in and you know. We're loretta normally each food at. No they got that button on for the whole world to see is like the little kid at the birthday party. They got the crown and my birthday. July let's take count off to go swimming now. My birthday macro burger king burger king was smart that little crowning they did brilliant. You know the mcdonalds mcdonalds got fired. Had at burger king. Pull that off. It costs a penny a person to do that. What in a world where you thinking anyway. That's the big bopper. That's not what i was gonna tell you. Something about the big bopper or jp richardson her. Beaumont i can't remember i just if you're driving through stop at tijuana nita's fox twenty six randi wallace breaking bonds. Say this is the best thing local. Tv right now. Randi wallace is doing the best thing. With all due. Respect to jeremy hausky ted oberg and all the very talented guys out there What's his name is a bomb. Joel is him. Bomb randy wallace at fox. Twenty six in his breaking bond segment is he. Because here's the problem reporters every day. Show up and you're out of the house fire over here and then you're at a building collapse over here and then you're at a company's laying off over here and then you're at so you don't develop a you don't develop a binder of expertise where you can stay on something really add value to the story. You're just hey go get some b. Roll the shooting. Hopefully there's some blood or the crash. Or whatever. But and i i gotta give d'artagnan credit putting scout assuming he's one that did this because he's smart putting this guy on this beat and having him stay on this beat like a dog on a bone he gets really at this and this is the story. This is the story. There are murders happening every day in this town. That didn't have to happen because the murderer has already murdered before. And they keep letting amount anyway. here is. Randi wallace at fox twenty-six who should win every word for this. This is historic. oh you got to. It's the one that's three fifteen. If a decision you made may have cost another person their life. Would you at least feel like you know some sort of an explanation if your answer is yes. You're obviously not a harris county criminal district court judge. They apparently feel like they owe none of us an explanation. The one hundred and thirty eight harris county residents who died due to the courthouse revolving door include eighty-three year-old other three police officers and three unborn children. Sadly the majority of one hundred thirty eight victims of felony bond reform would be classified as people of color and minorities. Even though there's no court order mandating it newly-elected criminal disaccord judges took it upon themselves to grant bond almost all defendants appearing before them no matter how lengthy their criminal history we seen defendants on five seven eight. Ten twelve fourteen bucks that you never saw ever the one hundred thirty eight victims of felony bond reform are just the ones we are aware of. Keep in mind. You've got hundreds harder that haven't been solved so we know this is kind of a low ball number. Here's the criteria for our research. The defendant turned alleged killer had to be free on multiple felony bonds or felony personal recognizance. Bond that district court judge with the most defin- freed on bond who later picked up a murder. Charge is run under than eighty second charge. Dani lacayo with ten. They include forty-one-year-old. Johnny zamorano hits home sit unbearable six-month-old joulwan will never know thirty year old mother deletion liam blades. Her mother alicia peres blames amino and judge lacayo. She'd be here taking care of her children by got one cartoon praise her own children second places tie two hundred and sixty seconds lori chambers clay and two thirty judge chris morton both with nine defendants. They repeatedly freed on bond who are not surged with murder touch louis samba square repeatedly free twenty-eight-year-old dairy and caraway now accused of killing forty six year old. Patrick achim his sister. Teresa sec blames judge grade and because of her decision. My brother had to pay with his life and assess the family. We have to deal with the aftermath of that and that pain to thirtieth judge chris borton gave thirty year old. Hey zeus guy egos five bonds just a one year period now guy. Eggos is accused of murdering forty three year. Old girlfriend rita acosta culet beautiful from your home coming in third one. Eighty judge to sean jones. He repeatedly freed eight defendants now accused of murder jones. Gave theresa balboa a pr. Get out of jail free card. She's now accused of killing six year. Old samuel olson. I have contacted all of these judges more times than i can count. If any of you.
Rob Has a Podcast
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Type night overcoming there. yeah all right nicole. I really like eric. I'm worried about him as being a military man and you stew. Sort of like Calling the shots and having things be a certain way. And i'm not sure that he is necessarily going to go with the flow. Yeah like a. It's other people have different ideas that he doesn't agree with. I'm not sure how that goes. Ruby is going to be passed. If he's not these fifty he's set in his ways to a degree So like if he's with a group of people that are going to follow his lead. I think that could be a great fit. But if he's with other people that are sort of going to really want to see things Not as eric sees them. I think that could be a challenge. Yeah yeah in great shape Ready to go. You get along with the neurosurgeon. Not sure i feel like that. In david's respect the field i think that he's sort of like the general in the operating room. Here is eric who's probably used to also like calling the shots. David doesn't like to be told what to do. Doesn't to be told what to do. So we'll see. Yeah i don't. I don't think it's going to be a likely match any other notes on eric. Mckee says that. let's see. He's proud of his daughter. He's gonna be a mix of richard hatch. Wendell and boston rob like a naked charismatic. Bossie pants Yeah okay those are the three winners right the call. Let's talk about another player here tonight. Let's talk about abby. Okay evie they are a twenty eight year old. Phd student from arlington mass. Okay Let me bring in evy. Here is.
Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I mean. I think that's the biggest strategy that he talked about is knowing when not to do something. I think that that is something that is definitely worth highlighting. Because unfortunately what we see. So many times in survivor is people not reading the room and they have a knee jerk reaction to something and that knee jerk reaction starts a ripple effect that then changes the whole dynamic of the game and sometimes people. I just use a lot of like those cliche terms. I'm gonna say he jumped the shark like do a lot of those. But but that's what happens. Is that all the sudden people are like. Oh now we need to switch things up and do this and it leaves people kind of walking around going. Wait what that's not the plan. That wasn't the plan what is happening. And so i think that that's great that he is thinking in that manner already and he wants to not be doing that. So those are my you mentoring him or eric. You mentioned him about wanting to keep the tribes strong and everything i worry. He may be to challenge focused. First thing he wants to do is figure out what each person on his tribe could do in a challenge. You wants to make sure to keep the tribe strong and so on. He said all these different things he plans. Push for tribe. Strengthen the pre. Here's the thing. He's also the oldest person on the tribe right. Oh yeah and he could be judged for that. I mean he looks like he's got some strength to him So maybe it won't be a problem. But sometimes as you and i have discussed it's the perception that matters shah and he could be judged for being and we've seen people like that before going. We must be tribe strengthen everybody else's going. Yeah you're the weakest guy dude. Yeah so i worry about that. What i do know is will one. He has a ton of energy. Yes okay so that's good. He plans to play like a combination of richard hatch and wendell holland with a touch. Boston rob. I don't know how those work together. I want to see it. I know that's a great combo right. Yeah so those are the things the only things i would add to what you said. I'm hoping that we see a lot of him. But i'm also concerned for the same reasons that we talked about. We'll see gary interesting show. We can move on to every jagoda twenty-eight-year-old phd student from arlington massachusetts She's described as being well studied in both the evolutions of humans and survivor strategy which are also interested in buying and two things i've written about. You probably all had an inkling about that second one but may not have known them on the first one one thing. That will be interesting here. Is i mentioned how david voce needs to make sure he doesn't come off as a stereotypical arrogant surgeon. Because if he does evie is going to be the main one to react because she cannot stand machiko and man's planners yes exactly he comes off that way we could be in for quite the battle and you know frankly from what i've been hearing. I.
AP News Radio
Capitol Rioter From Idaho Pleads Guilty to Assaulting Police
"An Idaho man captured on videotape has pleaded guilty to assaulting police in the January sixth insurrection at the U. S. capitol sixty seven year old Duke Edward Wilson entered a guilty plea to one count of assaulting officers and one count of obstruction admitting to striking at least one capital police officer with his fist and striking at least one with a pole charging documents include videos that show Wilson grabbing a PVC pipe and jabbing at officers he's also accused of helping to push to officers to the ground and take a shield away from one as he and other Donald Trump supporters worked to breach the U. S. capitol January sixth Wilson could face up to twenty eight years in prison and five hundred dollars in fines he remains free pending sentencing Jackie Quinn Washington
First Class Fatherhood
College Football Commentator Kirk Herbstreit Discusses His Scary Introduction to Fatherhood
"About how old were you then. Save me back to the beginning here. About how old were you when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. Well i dated a girl through high school and college. Same girl for eight years and then she went off to chicago to start her career she had done for years. I- red-shirted and so. I had a fifth year my senior year and during my senior year i met my future wife alison That year and then we got married. When i was i was about twenty eight years old Roughly and my first kids were born in two thousand. So i was twenty nine thirty years old. Roughly right around there when they were when they were born. Incidentally they were born I talked about this in the book but but my wife was twenty weeks pregnant than we would end for our normal routine. We knew we were expecting twins and we were going in for our normal scan and when we went in they said oh my gosh you know you're funneling we've got a problem you've got we got mitch you to the hospital. So she went straight up from that. Visit straight up the hospital to up up to the twelfth floor. And she stayed there On bedrest and held on for like to see if she could she could make it Did not get out of that bed for. She held on for eight weeks. And so the Twins were born at twenty eight weeks. There are two pounds each when they were born and then they were in the nick. You for about another eight weeks until they're able to come home. And so that was my introduction to to fatherhood and You know now. They're twenty one and and doing well. But tell you when you're a first time dad and that's your introduction That was that was scary. You know they're in the nick you and you know i didn't realize that your brain when it's develops tells your heart to beat and so their brains weren't developed enough so they're the ekg wiring all on couple times with flat. Line on your thinking. They've died and you freak out until nerves to come over they'd come over and just kind of shake their leg and then the next thing they'd start breathing again but it was a traumatic experience to go
A Working Prototype of Apple's AirPower Is out in the Wild
"Here's a closer look. At apple's cancelled airpower. Wireless charger a working. Airpower prototype has emerged. Ooh what a slick little find. Obviously apple probably does not want this thing on ebay wherever the heck it happened to be posted they like to keep that stuff close even those prototypes every so often. You'll see like an iphone prototype papa from a previous generation which was some sort of a developer version or model with early software on it. Ucs stuff happened will. yeah now. This product was cool about is never materialized into a final form. It was one of the rare rumored apple products that Got cancelled right What i mean right. Now as far as wireless chargers go. Just just just a refresh my memory here. You have the mag safe little puck and you have that folding floppy thing as well but you never got a real airpower yet. no where. It's like a charging matt for all three. But you've course nice. You have some third party stuff which aims to do something similar but either way now you have a relic now. You have a a little museum item over here and it also has gotten torn down by giulio some petty a twenty eight year old from italy. He says he's been able to purchase a prototype. Air power unit from chinese e-waste sources. The unit lacks all of its exterior housing and shows this beautiful in heavy. Stainless steel chassis says some petty. It does look very apple ish and it goes to show that they came close to it. I mean this is obviously not the final design. But it's it's figured out. Yeah so since that. it's a physical
Sword and Scale
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"And she had been shot in the head. When help finally arrived kayla was rushed to the hospital. But sadly kayla's mom was given the heart breaking news that evening. They said they weren't nobrega activity and they were gonna re tester in twelve to twenty four hours to see if there's any changes at the next day they said there's no changes and they declared a great dead. In addition to being extremely brutal the murder of kayla crocker was also especially disturbing because when kayla was shot in the head. Her two year old son was in the room. She was an front and the baby. We don't know if the baby was awake or sleeping That's something we'll never know. We do know that they took her into the nursery and chowder and the nursery with the death of kayla. Crocker billy boy. It was now wanted for her murder. And the murders of three other women are santa. Rosa county victims were discovered on january. The thirty first and the emerald sands and milton florida. The two deceased were identified as thirty year old alicia angrier thirty nine year old jacqueline ginette more baldwin. County victim shot in her driveway on february. The third fifty two year old pros and unfortunately today in the game may county. We have our first spectrum year twenty-eight-year-old kayla crocker. It is difficult. Speak about this lazy joan. Because these are the cases that we launch for some fear. Will we have what is apparently with the last two victims anyway. A random selection having no previous connection to peggy bros. kayla crocker billy boy. It was now choosing his victims at random. This was not only horrifying because it meant that anyone could be next but it also meant that billy's next move was impossible to predict however police did eventually learn what billy had been up to and it wasn't good in fact. It was downright terrified. Did you advertise an s. k. s. assault rifle in the shock. Yes did you get a phone call about it. Yes it was one of those phone calls from a female okay and did you end up selling this. Sks rifle yes. Where did you sell it physically in my front yard. And can you describe the person you sold it to woman. Thirtyish five six five thousand. More around the time of billy boy it's murder spree. An alabama man had placed an advertisement and his local newspaper. He was selling his ks semi rifle. A weapon that is capable of firing forty five rounds per minute several people call and expressed an interest in buying the rifle but it's owner ultimately settled on selling the weapon to a woman that claimed to be buying it as a birthday gift her husband. That woman was billy boy. It's assumed complice. Mary rice billy had murdered four women. Two of which didn't even know him. They were completely random victims. And now billy had a semi automatic rifle and what he intended to do with. It.
AP News Radio
Conan O'Brien Ends TBS Late-Night Show With Snark, Gratitude
"After eleven years Conan o'brien wrapped up his TV talk show between NBC and TBS Conan o'brien has been a host for twenty eight years really it's getting creepy there were plenty of clips of all shows in a farewell from will Ferrell is there for you your final late night show and your last tonight show the episode and and now this one yeah that's true it's kind of become a tradition I'll tell you what it is it's exhausting as the final TBA show was wrapping up I have devoted all of my adult life all of it to pursuing this strange phantom intersection between smart and stupid o'brien got serious try and do what you love with people you love and if you can manage that it's the definition of heaven on earth this is not the end of Conant tonight thank you governor Bryant next venture is a weekly variety series for HBO Max set to premiere next year I bet Donahue
The Social-Engineer Podcast
Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway
"We are here with the most patient guests on the planet earth because we had some technical difficulties morning. Rockie brockway is currently the practice lead for the office of the cfo. Wow that sounds like really formal. And i'm gonna say trusted sec. Which just makes me think of dave and formal in dave. Don't go together but this learn more about that. Twenty eight years of experience and information security business risk rocky you specialize in business risk analysis in the inherent relationships between data assets adversaries and the organization's brand value you provide strategic and tactical advisory services for trusted set clients assisting them in maturing their organization security programs so first of all thank you so much for being here and being patient thank you. It's a pleasure to be on podcast. I'm excited actually to learn a little more about first of all this title even means the practice lead for the office of the cfo for trusted sec. Because that's not something i've heard before. So what is what. Does that even mean church. So so at trust the sec. My role and my team You know really is working close with organizations in kind of that virtual chief information security officer just from an activity perspective Helping organizations further mature their security programs really taking a look at how organizations can better align the the protection of important stuff Really with the business right. So there's so much that from a from an organic security program growth perspective that doesn't know inherently are naturally aligned with you know what the business is actually trying to accomplish. Security tends to be kind of a bubble over here for many organizations and so we we try to break down those barriers help. Organizations help really help organizations at our align all those activities around protecting the important things with the with business need in an requirements.
Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security
A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats
"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the
Boston Public Radio Podcast
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"You know the more these stories come out. The more the losses come out the more we have the fodder for finding alternatives and passing laws in the legislature getting financing the court so that we can use the law to create a more just system And frankly in doing so. It's not just it's actually make us more safe thank you. Carol rose choices. Every month she's executive director of the aclu of massachusetts coming up new leadership for the warnock trod. That conversation is next on eighty nine seven. Gbh boston public radio talk about the boston public radio. I'm jim brady. She's madria the mashpee. Watanabe have been in a fight for their land for over four hundred years. Twenty eight year. Old brian moskva weeden has been charged with protecting it for future generations. Last month won a four person race to become the new chair of the mashpee woman on tribal council the former chairman. Cedric cromwell was removed from his post after he was indicted for his literal bribery scheme involving the tribes plans to build a casino in taunton. Brian weeden is the youngest person to hold the position of tribal council. Cherry round on the message of healing and uniting tribe. He joins us to talk about how he plans to do that. Chen weeden pleasure to have you here. Thanks so much done. Thank you when niki suck good day until you you too. But i'm just curious before we start. We know a lot of twenty eight year olds and they're not not nearly as engaged in in civic endeavors. And in helping out the people as you are. Why did you want this you having a wild time now. Why do you want this odd. I wanted this job. Because i seen the need for leadership while we've had too many politicians and so on and so forth in our community in I seen the need for leadership for change. I've always been about the youth and protecting it. Just like dr did amon generations before us. And that's what i'm here to do on my also have a child on the way slats even pushing the. Get things right around here. Congratulations speaking of getting things right around here. This sort of hearkens back margin. I've talked about this forever. There were three felonious speakers of the massachusetts house in a row. And then bob deleo came and luckily we broke the string to predecessors ago before you pled guilty convicted felon.
Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"A don't want my life than look like this. What do i need to do us a win. To the bookstore picked out through books was secrets of the millionaire. Mind that otherwise to next ruled by grand cardinal from the i if you look open. That book I phrase in one of those that don't remember because they both kind of the same thing at the beginning it was like i'm a twenty eight year old man. Living in a pairs baseman addicted to pills done holy cut like he like it. Hooked me right into the book and both them kind of started that way. And i'm like wow that that opened my mind to a whole nother ballgame because i used to think i hate. It wasn't the best student in the literature they were given us a school. Like i could pretty much care less about now. I'm like a book nerd in for it but that was The new reality Showing up day in day out is one goal in mind. That's it go back to. Who was what. I was doing your something you said earlier. That really stood out to me was talking about. You just wanted to fit in. And i know for me. This was so true also and i have heard you know in years of doing this work now and working with thousands of people. It is something you hear pretty regularly like i always had a sense of being kind of the black sheep of the family like i never fit right. I never fit in. I didn't fit anywhere. I didn't fit in a specific friend group at school. You know. I didn't quite fit in my family like i just never fit and that was something that i internalize as i was less than you know because when you're especially young when your different it feels wrong or bad to be different different. Feels like a bad thing..
Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"A good idea. I've been trying to write this week. I love every part of the writing process except doing. That's the only part. I don't like so haven't got much done but i've got i've got some stuff to. I'm with not much about this week. But i i was. I took my Daughter my daughter to the supermarket this week and we've got to the trolley and she's quite a big six year old and she said she wanted to sit in the little seat in the trolleys had to lift her up and i got her in there but it was quite odd. And there's a point where you're just too big to go in the seat in the supermarket. Trolley am i. Remember that myself and i told her i remember the when i sat was when my mom said i couldn't go in the supermarket. Trotted anymore is in western superman and said the the just too big now and i remember being broken and my daughter said. How old were you when that happened. I said i was twenty eight years old. And because he's never too young to hear first twenty eight year old joke she said no. You weren't eight which is still quite close to to happen. But there's something quite poignant about that about those moments in childhood where you realize you have to leave something behind him. My doors getting close to that age re supermarket trolleys at least made me sad anyway. The livestream helicopters are not exactly coming to and the regular ones. Are we still do some of them. But this is the almost the last official one. We're going to be doing before. Heading over to the clapham grand to start doing live shows. We are doing one more. That will be out next week. But we're recording on the second of june. Which is the day this will go out with nigel. Planer from the young ones and nicholas craig and lots and lots of other stuff. I'm very excited about that. Huge fan of his. So you will be at watch that one on twitch when it comes out at eight pm on the second of june. I forgot that. I was going to be in my parents week. Half term so i over recording my end from cheddar. So there's every in somerset so there's every chance you won't get to see but i'm not sure what the internet like in china they do think is the magic of the whole. Which so you never. But you can't come to see those. Gigs at the clapham. Grand the still some to come go chain dot com slash gigs tastic guests on the way. Let's crack on my guest. This week is probably best known for being the chief officer of the cheshire association of local councils. That's why we're all here. Haven't had many council people on the show by just go. it's time to. i'm not gonna have any rubbish. That got to be at least chief officer. Is jackie weaver. Laser german here. She is hello jacki. Weaver richard to see you. We have just been talking for an hour on your podcasts..
Solid Joys Daily Devotional
Authentic vs. Phony Faith
"Christ having been offered wants to bear the sins of many will appear a second time not to deal with sin but to save those who are eagerly waiting for him hebrews nine twenty eight. The question before us all is are we included in the many who sins christ bore and will we be saved at the second coming the answer of hebrews nine twenty eight years yes if we are eagerly waiting for him we can know that our sins are taken away and that we will be safe in the judgment if we trust christ in such a way that it makes us eager for his coming. There is a phony faith that claims to believe in christ. But he's only a fire insurance policy. Phony faith believes only to escape hail it has no real desire for christ in fact it would prefer if he did not come so that we can have as much of this world's pleasures as possible. This shows that a heart is not with christ but with the world so the issue for us is do we eagerly long for the coming of christ or do we want him to stay away wild. Our love affair with the world runs. Its course that is the question that tests the authenticity of faith. Let us be like the corinthians as we wait for the revealing of our lord. Jesus christ for strengthens one. Seven and like the philippians whose citizenship is in heaven and from it. We await a savior the lord. Jesus christ philippians three twenty.
Mental Health Comedy
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"And that's an act. You're acting it so act that the other way you can turn your you know. The jennifer always says that comedians have ferrari brain vast brain. That's associated hard to control. And it's it's hard to control but you can change the direction of the brain. He could can be fast in the other direction. Which is what you know. What's the best thought. What's the highest quality. Thought what can we do with this and it can work in either direction but the first thing is what's going on with me right now. That's a good question to ask. What am i feeling edgy. Mention using your. I think you said creativity and whatnot and there was a comic years ago. Michael boats johnson remember him. I didn't And he talked about how if you have some stress before. Show imagine that you've just jumped into a lake. And there's moss on you and then wipe your arms from your shoulders to your risk down and imagine that you're wiping away but it's stress. It's all this want. An and then the trip was and jennifer was talking about this. I think earlier. Take a breath and exhale as you wipe this stuff off. And of course at the time he told me. I'm like a twenty eight year old guys windsurfing. Doing flips under the golden gate bridge and a storm going. You need this crap man and here. I am thirty years later going. Okay jacob ripped wipe the moss off myself and you know talk about the the anxiety and that you have to sort of embrace it to some degree. But not let overpower i visualized that. It's an opponent whether it's on a football field or wherever it might and it just sort of. Take the palms of my hands and chuck it away. Just physically pop. You know as football coach to say this will tell you how old i am right at. He'd say give it to them in the brisket son right under the shoulder pads in the brisket deliver tatum take away their leverage. In the brisket pop. But if i am visualize these little things like visualize you know when. I had a lot of bad stuff. Another friend said come up with some visualization to knock that stuff out of your vision. I am and came idea that i used to snowboard quite a bit and said you know about a snowplow going down the road and all this crap is in the road. It's not snow it's crap and it's this you're the last of your dog. It's your tearing your arm. Whatever it is. Turn your arm up on stage and have this plow. Go down the road and blowing all this stuff off. And you're following it twenty feet behind jogging driving your bike or your car or whatever and the road is now clear visualize and.
AP News Radio
Some key details go unseen in police video of fatal shooting
"I'm Julie Walker some key details go on scene after police in Rochester New York released officers body cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday one officer yells before shooting and then at least nine shots all right now okay the video appears to show officers remove a gun from the backseat of the car where they were questioning a passenger but it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired he's identified as twenty eight year old mark Gaskill police say he's white and Hispanic they also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off two officers are on administrative leave the state Attorney General is investigating which is standard now I'm Julie Walker
NPR's Business Story of the Day
New York Stock Exchange Reopens as Covid Restrictions Ease
"When a company's stock starts trading on the new york stock exchange there's a tradition executives crowd onto a small balcony. And there it. Is they ring. The opening bell that has played out differently during this pandemic year when the new york city lockdown started the exchange operated without its trading floor for the first time in its two hundred and twenty eight year history two months later but with limited capacity. Today that changes. Here's npr's david gura. When the opening bell rang on. Friday the trading floor was still pretty empty and quiet. A far cry from how boisterous it used to be and there was only one person standing on that balcony. You'll see a bigger crowd on the podiums going forward. Stacey cunningham runs the new york stock exchange now that the vaccine rollout has been progressing. Were not as concerned about having both masks social distancing as double protection as of today more traders will be allowed back in the building if one hundred percent of affirms traders are fully vaccinated. More of them can be on site another big thing tv. Networks will broadcast live from the trading floor again. They haven't done that since march of twenty twenty so we were making a decision about the health and safety of the people on the trading floor as well as the livelihoods of the people on the trading floor.
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Cardionerds
"We can safely at our patients even through big procedures. Like catheter. ablation. I have some follow up about the patient. We were talking about earlier. She received dentist seen to be converted to sinus rhythm she was started motto parallel for suppression of her arrhythmia. The team understood the same thing you did about. Choosing the appropriate beta blocker and avoiding ten law due to the adverse effects on the fetus over consulted again what she's ready for discharge from the obstetrics unit. She is hoping to breastfeed and the team is asking what anti arrhythmic medications are considered safe for use in breastfeeding as so often. Considering some of the same medications so beta blockers we do think of entry uterine growth retardation. But now she's already and fetal brain cardio potentially And when using material on propranolol during pregnancy and avoiding ten law. So it's important to allow women to breastfeed and although these medications can certainly pass through breast milk we can still consider using jock center or the beta blockers that we talked about mutoko lol or propranolol so it using with caution in following but it's not contra indicated again we would avoid if their other arrhythmias we would definitely not want to have the mother on amiodarone because there is a high rate of excretion in the breast milk. I'm so glad that our patient and her baby doing well now. Let's go back to a clinic. Our next patient is a twenty eight year old woman with familial long cute syndrome type two in be touched on this a little bit earlier. She's now twenty four weeks pregnant with her first baby. What is the risk of malignant arrhythmias in the perry pardon period in patients. Who have these genetic syndromes. Well patients with congenital. Long queue syndrome in general are at risk of ventricular arrhythmias and some of that risk is improved with treating the beta blockers. So your during pregnancy. It's probably surprisingly less of an issue. But there's clearly an increased risk in the postpartum period. And we're thinking well. They got their pregnancy. We're all done but really we don't completely know why that is but there's certainly a decrease in heart rate and cardiac can promote long queue. T related arrhythmias. You know there's more stress. Mothers probably not sleeping much and doing a lot for the baby so that may be some of the reason but i think the really important thing to remember is that we have to continue beta blockers. Routh is that is clearly associated and this is one of the things we clearly have. Some data on with a reduction in the risk of these cardiac events post-partum so continue betablockers throughout the period of time during pregnancy and postpartum. Don't stop them. Postpartum and people may think of that. Welcome new breastfeeding be on a drug but really key to continue these drugs. Postpartum you can use propranolol or topalov. That's so interesting. We've been hearing throughout the series that a lot of complications or high risk of occurrence in the early postpartum period. Including a top a-this perry pardon cardiomyopathy hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. Instead with a really important point to keep in mind just because the patients delivered doesn't mean she's in the clear. So dr rousseau i worry about patients with a r b c or cpv classically triggered by sympathetic. Drive are these patients at increased..
Run The Jewelz Show
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Run The Jewelz Show
"Their financial landscape and you know that can be difficult to stand up and say. Oh i had this problem. It's everybody it's the people you see every day so that's really difficult. But i i mean like your other speaker said i mean if somebody comes up specifically on their own afterwards. That's also pretty good feeling because it shows that you know they wanna learn something else or maybe apply applied to something that they're dealing with on that personal side so that's kind of a step process. I use you know. I have a set time of how the presentation how long presentation to be than i've got some. Qna built in. Because especially in the service that i deal with. Its there's always some questions you're always in s s key even when you spoke to staff and even a no in general oaks always ask questions about their finances and all all of us don't know about financial wellness or financial education. So like that never nigerian theorem. That was taught. You know that seriously. Seriously man in that even lisa like the the next point which is even something that i know i need to. I need to get better at from a business perspective. Like how do you approach the. Follow up bro. When people are saying like they want to contact you or they wanna be a part of the georgia zone family In may of course what what to have a follow up like how do you go about who you follow up on how how much time you let linger after they see you face to face with the presentation like what's your process of the follower. Yeah so i tried to you know. I my schedule's pretty busy. I try to as long as there's somebody that's in need especially i'm already there. I try to end as much as i can. And just in general if someone does reach out later on. I have the flexibility to be able to have a word funds. I can respond to emails and people that might reach out just in general but even if it's something that we can help them with everybody's important in my eyes and that's kind of that service aspect of a nonprofit. Which is the credit union is. We try to differentiate ourselves a little bit by doing whatever we can on that service side so somebody could reach out and it could be something negative i mean and i wanted the feedback as well. So i'm going to respond to everybody but i mean especially if it's a question on a product. I'm reaching out as soon as i can Anybody's a need kind of thing. That's i try to satisfy that right. That's a huge or that a lot of speakers even myself included in a no you. Could you attest to this. They may. she's me. they may miss the importance of the follow up. 'cause the stage and the platform of speaking and presenting to real people in but really if they don't make a decision after they hear you speak like the The whole whole point of doing that is a loss because you were just eking even if they even if they were interested they were looking at you clapping. Like whole goal of course is to allow them to a what to participate in your services. George speaker selling their product so when it comes to come to that like like how do you deal not necessarily with the loss or the failure of not having people on that want to participate. But how do you like psych yourself to let to yourself get. The people are hearing great information. They hearing great services but they end up not basically signing or or it's not all smiles and rainbows and that sort of stuff. I mean you. I can't tell you there's been many times where it didn't go. Well i mean in that landscape. You don't know who you're dealing with. It could be a group really quiet people and they just you know not and thank you for doing it and walk out the like that sort of thing you all the time and you can look at kind of do a little analysis. What did you do. Did you see some different on presentation. Maybe you know with that type of people depending on their job or anything. Maybe you can change the presentation up a little bit. I mean you've got to be kind of flexible on that and understand that especially in my situation that it's a it's a good product and it's a nonprofit that i'm i'm talking about so there's kind of a kind of a foundation that i get to work on where even if it doesn't go as well as i wanted it to go. There's there's always still step forward that you can take when it comes to. How will i do this differently. I mean if i come back to this company. And how can i you know. Maybe you got a little bit more engagement or maybe need to talk about something different when it comes to their needs. So it's all learning. I mean even all of them aren't positive. Like i said so. It's taking those negative ones in china. Learn something from it and see how you can do better the next time massively huge s a huge own enough speaking As you already know indefinitely. I know bro is our how are people that are speaking evaluating whether their presentation or their delivery was on or was successful because even a lot of people they may sign up. Let's say they may sign up with you but then later on down the line they're like nah. I'm good offense. Like i need to keep keeping movement and go to a big bank or something like that when it when it comes to the reviewing. That's a huge of peace. that allowed speakers presenters. Don't do and so with you especially urine a critical position because you get to stand in front of like multiple multiple crowds that are different age groups and things of that nature. Do you have people that are like our age young professionals. Do they look at you any different than some of the older people that may be like fifty or forty five and up or how how do they. How do they approach. She wouldn't hear us speaking in public. Yeah so especially in. My position has got to be very flexible. I mean if. I'm talking to a bunch of twenty year olds. I'm gonna do the presentation a little bit different. I'm talking to a whole different age group. I mean it's going to change across the board. So i mean when it comes to the younger people i think it's. There's a little bit more foundation to trust there because i'm closer to their agent talking about finances and that's not something again we're taught if someone comes in. That's you know a little bit older than me or something like that. There could be that parent aspect to it but it's not as relatable but then vice versa. I mean we did mention that. Sometimes people find articles of trust a young person when it comes in this industry. So i'm talking to a group that you might be closer to retirement and here comes this twenty eight year old candidates come about talking about what they should do for their retirement. Or whatever i've got to do the presentation a little bit differently on that one after. Try to work hard a little bit work harder for that just a little bit more like i said. That flexibility is is needed in the preparation again. I mean if. I know. I'm going to be talking to a bunch of twenty year olds now. My fears like that on something. That's a little bit more relatable so it you've got to have some things built-in you can take a left instead of a ride in this at this product this service or something like that it really just again kind of build sound preparations. Your speakers miss the mark. Not knowing your audience wrote. That's essence huge proponent. That were even going to be talking tomorrow..
AP News Radio
Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal Shootings of 8 From Ohio Family
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Ohio man pleads guilty in the killings of eight people a twenty eight year old Ohio man has pleaded guilty in the murders of eight people including his child's mother and seven members of her family Edward Jake Wagner is plea to twenty three counts came on the fifth anniversary of when the shootings were discovered in southern Ohio he also agreed to cooperate in the cases against his parents and brother the rodent family slayings in April twenty sixteen shocked Pike County authorities say a custody dispute led to the slayings Wagner wasn't immediately sentenced but his lawyers acknowledged in court the plea means he will die in prison hi Mike Crossey up
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You guys brought in this bit from chaos dot com which is Abc channel five in minneapolis says man arrested and charged following shooting. that injured two national guard members in minneapolis. I didn't bring up. This was my at least to me. It was breaking news. I didn't get a chance to look at the news all day. I covered this issue on my show. You know my show monday Where Maxine waters congresswoman from california. She you know who who notably people might recognize your voice from a soundbite where she's telling like a crowd of protesters to Get up in people's faces and you know crowded at restaurants also said that anyone who entered the capital on december sixth. Vs january six riot was a terrorist. So she was in she. She was in minne- minneapolis. We didn't a bunch of politicians enter the capital. No i'm talking about that. Was afterwards those criminals and so so she's saying that all these people who just you know went into our domestic terrorists so she went to she went to She went to minnesota and she was giving an interview. Saying of protesters need to be more confrontational. Stop being hypocrites. And let's get to the bottom of this. People still have the right to protect themselves after serving their time but joe the law is not for them. It's for us. I think the solution where we could you know agree with. Blm is at cop should be like cops in in united kingdom uk. Knock any guns. Were they yell. Halt or l. Halt once again orbit were arrest people for having spoons and cutlery they do and so and and then people would say oh well what i like shooting or something. Then you know they keep the special you know. They have like a special firearms unit for mass shooting. Or something and i think you'd be able to cut down on a majority of these deaths. If you just disarmed a police right. We don't need gun control. We need police control. Yes law enforcement to fbi navy's agents. I would argue. We need abolishment of the organization of police as it is currently non. Well like what i was saying earlier is that they have written so many laws that were all criminals now. I'm sure there's a book out that it's like you. You at least three felonies. A day today and i haven't read it myself but i did have you know and and it's true like we're subjugated to all these different laws. And then they expect us to be good citizens. A twenty eight year old man has been arrested and charged following an incident over the weekend during which national guard members were shot at in minneapolis. A criminal complaint says four twenty. Am on sunday. Oh wow tell you all this. This terrible news is kill my buzz. It is a criminal complaint says about four twenty a m sunday at team of national guard soldiers and a minneapolis. Police officer had multiple shots fired at them. Near penn avenue. North and west broadway avenue. The two soldiers suffered minor injuries from the incident later sunday evening. Police in the area of six street south and cedar avenue south located an suv that matched the description to the suspect. Vehicle in the shooting after conducting a traffic stop. Thomas and a juvenile passenger were placed in separate police cars after receiving a warrant officers later executed a search of the vehicle and found two firearms ammunition and two cartridge casings. According to the complaint. Thomas is unable to have a firearm due to a prior felony. According to the us attorney's office is expected to make his first court appearance on tuesday. So that is Andrew thomas the man has been arrested in somebody else..
Drunk Unks Podcast
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
"Is not my show great bottom line is you know why they don't know why you know are in it. I mean a lot of do well. We know what the church is onto an initial for me to really have known or meet a eighty. This was really on on like i said online to today no matter what the situation is bus. That burke at your brother's insist is that a talk or you know what. I'm seeing us for the church or us wants. Is somebody else's grocery store because there's not an issue we gotta look at reality. Shake off those illusions lucia. So what you really think is hitting for said that they were still like are women yet we into the mid game and most of them still stand on a quarter with their kids. It's time for us it again. I am not professional. have paperwork. None of that added smearing nine ramsey on the quarter. We've thought you know. I'm talking from truth and this is my truth. You know what i'm saying like we it's time for us to step up in ocoee cuomo and y'all and y'all snack on me. I'm telling you women when i come marching through. Don't wanna look into your history like on your shit and taking it for granted. Their comfortable look how many women and lahser nobody black black woman wars. That's another promise. Easy way out our our are are we keep. We say african americans but we're not round people. We have the lowest birth rate right now every other nationality. Why does your birth control now worse. So it's august no learning. I'm learning again. I'm i'm not one essay f men twenty-eight-year-old at twenty six year. Old one is soft and one treatment. Like i didn't feel bad for. We need each other. You have to find the right person. Excuse me and obviously. I find that person real talk. Isn't it silently. You take time for yourself. You see something else in yourself and other people that you never saw five people. They will john relationships. You know what i mean by that. Is you know he was his monday. Broke up with him on friday with somebody else so saturday. There's no time for reflection you can't you have time for you for you to understand what you do versus what they did wrong and then reevaluate. What maybe i was being asked about this. And i didn't have to be and things like this. Were you know what. I'll lenient. And i should have been more right so i think so as you see her saying that. Your mind being by yourself because in this in this timeframe you are creating and developing the best version of yourself. Ever having a date but you also now as you're on his path right get immediately identify. Who's who's beneficial to pray. Who's not your child. We're letting our light now trying to say is not is not even like immediately you see that you feel that energy and again. It's not about bill families having kisses about the he's like you're supposed to be more and we're still be for that sexual energy that sexual you one connect that weight right okay. It you sleep villa. Somebody wouldn't you say well you know my daughter's this every day i trying to spend not this but i'm gonna keep telling them. Society is jimmy law definition of mayonnaise. The signing dennis is really not what may have you. because you'll go which thing everybody else likes they. You'll never be happy. You are always you're technically checks. All your job jobe with them and you'll be unhappy. He will realize rate from. You know we don't we something to build a bomb. You build a friendship. The little bitty arguments will have her phone but this is sex sex sex any might not. We might not have a conversation about that other person in your household. Little move to you know what winning making good over resume. She says you do your one day. She woke up one day as you turn around. Is there who do sending years and i said i woke up realized that i don't know nothing. Our guy is so. She says he was sold off by his sex day. The we was not to check inside so many years you grill. You realize how. Tom can't get back. Get out out but the media. These girls building necessite ati where it gives. Our girls are teaching our young girls watching it. It it really. Is it the music or is it. Other people allowing of at one point used it. You'd wanna but now they're on that they know was our Gravitate in our people not even realizing you gravitate to because deep down inside we're used it on rhythms. Were houston south. Does you know not not for sexual day. Not for in ourselves. Okay you will walk out of here in in this state more. Money than past four females a bunch before four females.
One Woman Dead, 5 Injured in Shooting Outside Ohio Strip Mall
"In ohio. A drive by shooting at a memorial vigil for an earlier homicide victim killed a passing motorist and wounded five people in the crowd including a twelve year old child. According to columbus detectives group had gathered at around seven pm last saturday in a ping plaza. Parking lot south east of the city to mark one year since their home aside victim was killed at the same location. In april of twenty twenty twenty eight-year-old jaren hickman was killed thereafter. A drug deal involving marijuana went back at about seven thirty pm. Police said dark colored sports utility vehicle drove past the vigil and someone opened fire injuring five people and killing one thirty nine year old latoya carpenter who was driving past. The location was fatally struck in the head by gunfire and crashed into a parked car in an apartment building. Parking lot next door carpenter was pronounced dead at the scene. All five of the victims at the vigil who were shot were taken to hospitals and were in stable condition. Mayor andrew ginther posted a message on twitter. Saying quote enough. Put down the guns. We must come together to end the violence that is tearing community apart. Share what you know with police to get dangerous criminals off the street. Police said to me in custody and asked anyone with information to contact the franklin county. Sheriff's office
The Healing Place Podcast
"twenty eight year" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
"Because looking for example on seeing other people's stories. I think you said is that to not feel that twenty eight year difference in between felt there such a cow. I mean can do it for myself and child. Loss was such an elephant in the room. And now i have now coupled with child howson suicide which is also another big elephant right those the resource because there's so much shame and guilt associated with it to those who survived a had ten seed to take on ownership that they could have prevented it guilty for not seen signs and that they are responsible for by way which is not true superpowers than i revoke is it. We don't have that they don't have those powers. Yeah for sure. I had gone to one and first off. I want to thank you for sharing your story and young entrusting all of us with it and I'm my heart. Hugs yours Just for for that pain in the grief that you've experienced. I had gone to a suicide vigil. I worked in a mental health agency. When i lived in cincinnati and was invited to go to a suicide vigil for the county that this we served and It was just. It was inspirational heartbreaking in so many levels but but so inspirational to hear so many of the parents stand up in one of the parents that spoken. It's always stuck with me. Was a gentleman whose son had committed suicide in college and he talked about the grief journey and he in the way he explained it was grief as a spiral staircase and While we keep moving up away from the incident itself away from you know that pain we still keep circling around. We might come back to the anger. We might come back to the disbelief. We might come back to the sadness in but you know we continue to move upwards away but it was just it was so powerful for me because it made me really realize the impact of it.
AP News Radio
Parents call for charges in drug death of Bobby Brown Jr
"The coroner's report on the death of Bobbi brown sun may lead to the filing of criminal charges prosecutors in Los Angeles and are providing details on the suspect all the circumstances but they say police have presented prosecutors with a case related to the death of Bobbi brown junior and that file is under review for possible criminal charges the coroner's office said Monday that twenty eight year old Bobby brown junior died November eighteenth from the combined effects of cocaine alcohol and the opioid fentanyl in a statement to the Associated Press brown junior's parents singer Bobby brown and his long time girlfriend Kim ward said the fatal dose of fentanyl is concerning to them it often shows up in counterfeit versions of the powerful opioid oxy code own I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Historically Thinking
"Of their advice of their evaluation of what you have done. I must tell you that. When i this it was absolutely effortless. I was nearly this sinaga. For was taking dictation from these guys and they invested explanations that i had not thought of it sounds a little freaky alibis a little freaky but i was so full of them by that time and So full of explanations of this painting that i wanted to hear from them and particularly the painter klein surprise me greatly by his insights into the of this painting. And i suspect that's because he painted it paid it so i learned something about and i will go further and say that. It is not a bad technique. Even if you don't use it explicitly reviews some of your historical constructions. How would the protagonist view what you have said about him or her. Yeah i have to say that Is i. I say that i'm a. I'm kind of stunned and shocked to see it being done. And it's like if it was being done by twenty eight year old in their first book we would like not not not no but you like john home runs doing it now. I'm still like a candlelight and envious. That was the feeling as as as i as i read it. It's an and this is you kept from being a novelist. Well because you try to stick to some rules of evidence but on the other hand you did very quickly yeah part. How long did it take the right Oh well the first time didn't take it didn't take any time at all. But then i had to go over. Not no grit so i always say that. The spontaneous spontaneous part was quite quick. Probably wrote in the week or something. Yeah but it's no longer was able able to get rid of some stuff. Had to go through it..
AP News Radio
LSU upsets No. 8 Arkansas 78-71 to reach SEC tourney final
"LSU is reach the conference title game for the first time in twenty eight years by upsetting eighth ranked Arkansas seventy eight seventy one Cameron Thomas dropped in twenty one points in the Tigers one on the twelve run after the Razorbacks tied the game at fifty two in the opener herb Jones delivered twenty eight points and six ranked Alabama stormed back from a fifteen point deficit to beat Tennessee seventy three sixty eight giovane Quinerly added nineteen points including two free throws with fifteen point five seconds left keeping the Crimson Tide in line for their first SEC title since nineteen ninety one I'm Dave Ferrie
The Thriving Dentist Show
"twenty eight year" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show
"Right. Twenty eight year. yes the newest. What and they jokingly referred to her as the new team member now she'd been there twenty eight years. I think it gave me a false. Maybe expectation of real will are all offices like this not so much not so much. I had a question for you when somebody's envy just reading a stat that seventy percent of employees in the us and not engaged and so when the when he said people go you know. Grass is greener on the other side. The something deeper going on right. It's not just a money issue. It's not just you know. hey you know. Something's better issues. Dan happy right. Am i correct near coaching work. They there could be any number of reasons but they truly feel like they'd be better off somewhere else and it's not always money and benefits in fact Studies will show that money and benefits is part of the equation but it's usually not their reason for either satisfaction or dissatisfaction. Now remember we're breaking this topic into two. It's about attracting and keeping the best possible team jazz. You know we bumped into some situations where i'm aware of some situations. Where offices are having a hard time attracting quality teams were. We're gonna talk more about that because that's Part of of the puzzle. But i i do wanna share a positive story that happened recently. This happened in our client base But it was a situation where one of the high jenness husband had an opportunity to relocate out of state so he was looking for another job and he was a provided a job offer out of state and they actually considered moving however they chose not to because in their family discussions. The hijab said i have my dream. Job this is my dream job here. And that family discussion allowed the husband to say you know what i can find. A job here locally. You may not be able to find your dream job and and frankly i'm rolling the dice this offer i have. I'm not convinced it's my dream job Why don't we stay here..
The Business of Content
Kevin Jones shares how he expanded his sports podcasts network
"Hey kevin thanks for joining us. Simon man pleasure to be here appreciate you having me so before we talk about your podcast at work. Let's talk about what you were doing. Prior to your podcast network you like you got your start in radio right. What didn't you like about that medium. Yeah i kind of had a long winding journey before and got to blue wire tv in washington. Dc at wsh nine Where i actually like a digital blogger. It was bryce harper's rookie year. Rt threes rookie ear there space on the website to create content kind of l. Put my way into media at a tv station. That i turned that opportunity into the cleveland. Crowds dot com. They were growing their media operation. They had Space on espn eight fifty. They had their own radio show in studio in the building. The i broke into radio there. I was on the team side for the browns. You kind of don't have your own voice in. They were losing quite a bit of game so eventually took an opportunity. Came biard in san francisco. The main am station. It was a wonderful experience for the most part. I saw kaepernick kneeling i the warriors when titles. I got to go on the radio every day. I created digital content. But i didn't see a path forward for someone like myself who was twenty seventeen. I was twenty eight years old. I wasn't going to become a radio host. I wasn't gonna be on tv. And i didn't see enough opportunities and saw a lot of really good free agents on twitter and that's kind of how i stumbled upon blue ir but Yeah my background is really creating content for older digital media platforms. And were you like talking head on the radio. Where you're like a court correspondent like bose kind of your role way more correspondent. I came here in san francisco. Be at the warriors games calling in kevin. Jones live from game six of the western conference vitals. Kevin give us the mood. It would be five ten minute had sometimes team not just the update guy so i got to show up my personality. I wrote digital content. I was tweeting all the time And just treating you making better content. For came we are the most of the radio host For my age group which was articles about the warriors tweets about the forty niners. I was giving kmby. Are that brand name digitally. I wasn't getting rewarded for it and that really pushed me to found blue wire. 'cause i thought i was actually giving more wrong to the radio station online and wasn't getting paid properly short. Did you feel like you had a brand like where people obviously wouldn't recognize you on the street Because they only heard your voice today. Would you be like a bar like. Oh i totally know who you are times. Nothing crazy but you know. That's really what they found. Blue stems from dairy. Is that person in san francisco. He had a warriors podcast. I would getting drinks with him. If people were literally coming up to him and dabbling in sam. I love light years. Love what you do on twitter. It was up one of my a ha moments before i came into company. Is that twitter. Influencers in sports are so undervalued beat reporters for newspaper are kind of going out of style. In my opinion it's a it's a necessary way to get facts and information but Radio hosts are being replaced. In my opinion my twitter influencers youtube post snapchat users who have built communities of people. Yeah i think it's fair to say i have by own brandon. We have one hundred podcasters. I know we're going to get to blue i They have their own brands. And i think that's what makes us different. What's the world's going that way man. It's niche you can be this fantasy football funny guy you can be nerdy a little on the browns. Anyone can pick their lane right now. And then from the radio you went to go work at facebook on like content strategy. What kind of content where you strategizing on. Yeah it was on. The business helped team work out of building. Sixty one in menlo park so anytime. There was a new product launch across functional team facebook. There's a product manager. There's a marketing manager. There's someone who also writes help contact when a user gets the pay what is and that was kind of my role. It was definitely a lower tier. Get your foot in the door at facebook. But i learned a lot about scaling and how the task and project management and just it was a even though. They're not in the news in a good way. The culture they're working there was pretty good. People respectful a challenge each other in a polite way. I was coming from media where people throwing dictionaries at each other in the room. People were getting fired left and right backstabbing each other. Facebook actually gave me a little bit of hope as weird as it is saying this big evil giant stealing all the ad revenue move fast and break things but working inside. That building collaborated with people. Who admired and it kind of gave me the wings that eight. I can take some elements of facebook. Mix it into a sports media company
Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
Interview With Megan Kang
"I guess today is making king and she is a doctoral student at princeton in sociology. And she first came to my attention because as i was scrolling through my morning news feed this headline jumped up at me about how this person had embittered themselves among stop the steel trump supporters and wanted to really understand. Just not only what they thought. Because i think a lot of us know what they think. But it's more like what's behind that. Why do they keep thinking what they think. So i immediately reached out to megan. And i said man i would love to have this conversation. I think. Our country after the inauguration of president biden and vice president harris and we're right in the midst of this impeachment trial as recording this. We're still hugely terribly divided as a country. And i just wanna thank you for your willingness. Come on talk about this. We don't expect you to have any more definitive answers than anybody else out there. But i think your experience of spending a month of weekends at an intersection in florida is priceless. And so welcome to the podcast. Thanks so much for having me can so you kind of come from this approach from what i could glean from your article that you're not just looking at data you want to imbed yourself because you said either walking in the shoes or at least near the shoes of the people that you're studying is very different than just looking at raw data is that is that accurate. Yeah that is accurate. So i guess one thing. I should point out about the word in bed. I that that was a huffpost like editorial decision more nefarious than what. I think i was doing. You know like a click bait thing. Sounds very intriguing but really got me. Click we get the impression that you went deep undercover. You know it it was. I think i would say more naive in that. You know i. I saw this group of people that had been standing on a corner where i had been doing grocery shopping over winter break. I happen to be in florida staying in my partners family's house kind of on accident actually. I need to go home to southern california. Where i know you're from kobe. Rates had gotten so bad. And so i decided to just stay put in florida where things a little bit better. So we saw them there for a few weekends. I learned from the the grocer that this group had actually been out there for the past six months and it had transformed from from pro trump rallies to part election to stop the steel rallies. Right after who does the same group of people consistently there. Every saturday morning. I think like many americans like you said had been had been having a hard time grasping this divide that we've been seeing our country and feeling like i was missing perspective. And so like you say. I think the the method that i i am drawn to is just going up and talking to people and asking them and that's something that i'm i'm getting trained to do as a sociology. Phd student and particularly a method called goofy and we prioritize personal experience and getting close to the issues and trying to understand people who are living those issues experience making sense of them. I'm just trying to imagine that as you almost use the word infiltrate as you associated as you kind of dropped in on these weekends at this intersection. I'm imagining that. There weren't a lot of people that looked like you already. They're like the regulars weren't anywhere close to people of color sets to say that's right. yes. I'm a twenty eight year old korean-american woman who was raised in california and has lived in berkeley oakland chicago detroit and princeton. So that just gives you a glimpse of my political. Leanings have influenced my thinking. This is in south florida. Florida's a quintessential purple state. it voted marginally for trump. in the past two elections. I was in one of the blue counties but only marginally blue and so very different political environment than the ones that i've used to and the group of people that were there. I had seen them before. They were primarily middle aged white and hispanic floridians decked out fully and trump gear. And we're definitely looked very different and clearly have different perspectives than anyone. That i'm around
THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
President Biden appeals for unity to take on crises
"Biden takes. The helm appeals for unity to take on crises. Kamala harris becomes the first woman to be vice president and biden targets trump policies on climate virus and immigration. It's thursday january twenty one. I'm anthony davis. Joe biden was sworn in as the forty sixth president of the united states on wednesday. Declaring democracy has prevailed and summoning american resilience and unity to confront the deeply divided nations historic confluence of crises denouncing. A national uncivil. War biden took the oath at the us. Capitol that had been battered by an insurrectionist siege. Just two weeks earlier. Then taking his place at the white house oval office he plunged into a stack of executive actions that began to undo the haunt of his polarizing predescessors agenda on matters from the deadly pandemic to climate change at the capitol with the american tradition of peaceful transfer of power never appearing more fragile. The quadrennial ceremony unfolded within a circle of security forces evocative of a war zone and devoid of crowds. Because of the coronavirus pandemic instead biden gazed out on a cold washington morning dotted with snow flurries to see over two hundred thousand american flags planted on the national mall to symbolize those who could not attend in person. The will of the people has been heard and the will of the people has been heated. We've learned again. Democracy is precious and democracy is fragile at this hour. my friends. Democracy has prevailed biden declared in his speech. This is america's day. This is democracies day a day in history and hope of renewal and resolve. History was made at his side as kamala harris became the first woman to be vice. President the former. Us senator from california is also the first black person and the first person of south asian descent elected to the vice presidency and the highest ranking woman ever to serve in the us government rare inaugural address president joe biden issued a strong repudiation of white supremacy and domestic terrorism on the rise on the donald trump in his speech biden denounced racism negativism fear demonization. That propels the assault on capitol hill by an overwhelming white mob of trump's supporters who carried symbols of hate including the confederate battle flag biden never mentioned his predecessor who defied tradition and left town ahead of the ceremony but his speech was an implicit rebuke of donald trump. The new president denounced lies told for power and for profit and was blunt about the challenges ahead central among them the surging virus that has claimed more than four hundred thousand lives in the united states as well as economic strains and a national reckoning over race. We have much to do in this winter of peril significant possibilities few people in our nation's history of been more challenged or found a time more challenging or difficult than the time we're in now biden said the absence of biden's predescessor from the inaugural ceremony undescored. The national rift to be healed but a bipartisan trio. Former presidents bill. Clinton george w bush and barack obama with there to witness the transfer of power biden in his third run for the presidency staked his candidacy less on any distinctive political ideology then on galvanizing a broad coalition of voters around the notion that trump posed an existential threat to american democracy for years after trump's american carnage speech painted a dark portrait of national decay biden warned that the fabric of the nation's democracy was tearing but could be repaired swearing the oath with his hand on a five inch thick bible. That has been in his family for one. Hundred and twenty eight years biden came to office with a well of empathy and resolve born by personal tragedy as well as a depth of experience forged for more than four decades in washington
"twenty eight year" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"Eight and telegraph and work on. I ninety four. Let's just get started in his final hours in office president. Donald trump commuted the sentence of former detroit. Mayor kwame kilpatrick bring him after serving about seven years in prison on a twenty eight year sentence for corruption. It's important to note that a commutation is not a pardon. Commutation reduces the sentence but does not wipe away the conviction in this case on twenty four charges of racketeering and bribery. Back two thousand thirteen. The relief had been pushed by a number of local allies. Include representatives karen. What's it and sherry gay. Did not go as well as business. Magnate peter karmanos founder of compuware kilpatrick walks free with a number of debts. He owes connected to suits and judgments totaling around eleven million dollars. Still do including eight hundred and fifty two thousand dollars to the city of detroit connected to the infamous text. Message scandal under a state law passed a decade ago. Since this is a commutation he will not be eligible to run for elected office until two thirty three. He's fifty years old right now. Reaction to the news has been mixed with some thinking. Kilpatrick should have served the entire twenty eight year sentence others believing the sentence didn't fit the crime and a number of die-hards maintaining he did nothing out of the ordinary for politicians. And so we should not have been charged of note current detroit mayor. Mike duggan supported the decision. And i quote from twitter. Kwami kilpatrick a person of great talent. Who still has much to contribute. I know how close he is to his three sons. And i could not be happier for them being together again. This is a decision president trump. got right unquote. Well here's a little history for you. On how doug and knows kilpatrick rather well duggan was a former deputy wayne county executive and wayne county prosecutor. He often dealt with former county executive ed mcnamara a longtime powerbroker in our region. But now that i think about it dealt with probably isn't the best phrase after a loss. Duggan began lobbying the at the time. Lavonia mayor ed mcnamara to run again for county executive back in nineteen eighty six and he was his campaign manager mcnamara one and doug was then appointed to that deputy executive post eventually mcnamara's chief-of-staff of staff was bernard kilpatrick kwami kilpatrick father and mcnamara had a lot to do with kilpatrick first successful election. Run in two thousand. Six detroit is after all the biggest small town hewlett. Join me on. The line is diane cross. She does communications with 'em dot the michigan department of transportation tense focus on the metro.