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Mobile voting units hit the streets of Metro Atlanta's Fulton County amid reports of voter suppression in Georgia

BBC Newshour

04:52 min | Last week

Mobile voting units hit the streets of Metro Atlanta's Fulton County amid reports of voter suppression in Georgia

"This week with reports already of long queues, particularly in Atlanta. Meanwhile, state and local rules that disproportionately restrict minorities and the poor from voting are being challenged in court. Critics say measures including cuts to early voting idee laws and purges of electoral rolls. Are affecting black people. The elderly students on the disabled the most of course, but not Larry model reports from Atlanta, where African Americans have historically been the worst affected by what's known as a voter suppression. You're going to be voting on this beautiful vehicle that we purchase. Their local officials in Fulton, Georgia's largest county, are trying to do better in this election. rolling out a mobile voting unit to increase options for voters who have been frustrated too many times. How are you? All right. Thank you. OK, rabbits is the chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. This is a first in the state of Georgia. Yes, sir. And we're very proud of it. Look, it's very sleep. Do you have the same experience here as if you were inside a polling precincts? Come on Pete Tree Street in downtown Atlanta, a small park over here where the people playing cards. Families with small small Children Children distant distant join join one one of of the the last last days days off. off. All All before before winter winter gets gets here. here. After volunteering as a poor worker for the last seven years. Gerry Harrison is still worried, but this election I think we may have votes, but a lot of us gonna be suppressed. Be stricken with every reason. That they can use to strike the ballot. They extract balik like felonies or Signatures that matching, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia, nearly 200,000 people were incorrectly removed from the states. Voter rolls in 2019. Officials wrongfully assumed that they had moved but had not in their address on their voter registration. Andrew Andrew Young, Young, executive executive director director of of SC SC Lee Lee of of Georgia Georgia stays, stays, many many of of the the voters voters may may not not know know they've they've been been parched parched until until it's it's time time to to vote vote again. again. A A lot of the rules that seem to be reasonable if you're a middle class person who works a white collar job and drives a car. End up being voter suppression from the point of view of a person who moves a lot. Who's low income working a minimum wage job has to punch a time clock. New Georgia project say's it identifies and exposes instances or intimidation of black voters. If CEO Seo fought to say's it is not always explicit. Oftentimes the tactics appear race neutral and gender neutral on their face. But if you peel back just a little bit of the layer, you can still see how black Americans next. Americans and women in friends are still disproportionately impacted by the laws at procedures and protocols. Sensitive to accusations of order suppression. Fulton County has added more workers and voting locations. Grated baron is a man running the operation. Well, I know that my staff and I If you were to go around and ask them if they would participate in any sort of voter suppression tactics, I think you would get a resounding No. Since 2013 when I arrived. The only thing that we've been focused on his enfranchising voters. Nicky Mo Williams, a Democratic state senator, who is running to replace the late John Lewis in Congress, sees a larger problem in how elections are run in the state. I am very well aware of the leadership that we still have in the state. The Legislature Legislature is is majority majority Republican Republican control control in in both both chambers chambers and and a a Republican Republican governor, governor, Republican Republican secretary secretary of of State State So So we we are are very very much much mindful mindful of of the the fact fact that that way way often times have to go to the courts to get relief for voters in the state. Fulton County, which includes most of Atlanta, hopes to have 80% of people vote early or by absentee ballot to reduce the strain on election day during the pandemic. But President Trump has repeatedly attacked a voting by mail claiming widespread fraud without evidence. They're going to be millions of missing valets who are tremendous numbers of missing ballots. Is going to be fraud. This's going to be the scam of all time. Brad Ruffins. Berger, who is in charge of the election as Georgia secretary of state has also warned against double voting. So we're expecting strong participation when voters but every voter, you get one vote. Not too The people of documenting and fighting what they consider voter suppression in Georgia, say some of the tactics are deliberate, while others I just due to incompetence, but they say they are signs of what they describe as a fragile democracy. I was Larry

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Trump, battling Covid-19, says he won't 'waste his time' taking part in virtual debate

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump, battling Covid-19, says he won't 'waste his time' taking part in virtual debate

"According to Dr Connolly. That means there would be no medical reason for the next presidential debate to not happen next Thursday night in person. This comes as the commission says that debate should be virtual, which President Trump says would be a waste of his time. CBS has been Tracy has a deeper look at how things have been in the White House since the president returned from the hospital. Those who are with him within 6 Ft of him. We're told that they are required to wear full pp either wearing gowns. They're wearing masks. They're wearing gloves. They're wearing goggles. Then there's also the people. You know those air, his those of the people that worked with him in the West Wing. But there's also the people that work in the residents. The butler's The Valet's the florist. They brought that down to a minimum. But those people who do have close contact with the president or the first lady, because keep in mind, she also has the Corona virus. They're supposed to be wearing that protective equipment as well. And back here in Massachusetts, paramedics with the mobile integrated health program are helping people right in their own homes. Including with covert testing. W

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White House senior adviser Stephen Miller tests positive for coronavirus

WSJ What's News

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

White House senior adviser Stephen Miller tests positive for coronavirus

"Another of president trump's top aides has positive for the corona virus senior adviser Stephen Miller says he self-isolating, but the full spread of the virus inside the White House isn't clear. Here's the journals Gordon Liu bold. He joins now several role more than a dozen or so top officials within the White House who have tested positive and our now quarantining I should say though that that does not include because the White House won't disclose information all the other White House staffer housekeepers, the valets and all the other people keep the building going on a daily basis and how many people those people have tested positive. In addition several members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff went into quarantine on Monday night after attending meetings at the Pentagon with a coastguard. Later tested positive

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"valet" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

04:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"valet" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Tonight let's return to the world of downstairs with the duties of the valet and Lady's maid. Let's begin. duties of the valet no, man is a hero to his valet saith the proverb and the corollary may run. No lady is a heroine to her made the same infirmities of humanity are perhaps too numerous and too equally distributed to stand the severe microscopic tests, which attend off on the person have opportunities of applying The valet and waiting.

"valet" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

04:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"valet" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"To 1861 first published bound Edition 1861. Tonight let's return to the world of downstairs with the duties of valet and Lady's maid. Let's begin. duties of the valet no, man is a hero to his valet saith the proverb and the corollary may run. No lady is a heroine to her made the same infirmities of humanity are perhaps too numerous and too equally distributed to stand the severe microscopic tests, which attend off on the person have opportunities of applying The valet and waiting made.

Interview with Misty Copeland

Skimm'd from The Couch

07:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Interview with Misty Copeland

"Hey everyone it's currently this show might sound a bit different today because the scam is still working from home for the time being due to cove nineteen. Today Misty Copeland joins me and skin from the couch she the most famous ballet dancer in the world she made history when she became the first black female principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre. She has also a bestselling author philanthropist and advocate her new children's book. Bun heads comes out this September mystique. Thank you so much for being here. I am so excited. To, be talking to you welcome to skin from the couch. Thank you so much. I'm really excited to. So I was kicked out of ballet at age four. So naturally made sense that I. Did this interview with you very excited for a cer- bond over all things ballet. So we're going to start how I like to start all interviews with just skim your resume. I started bollywood thirteen years old. It was not something that I had thought possible or knew anything about a my stumbled into it was discovered at my boys and Girls Club, the local community center across the street from public. School in San Pedro California, it was there that my valley teacher taught me my first class on a basketball court and she told me I was a prodigy after an hour of working with her she ended up inviting me to train with her in her studio on full scholarship and I ended up moving. In with her and her family to be able to train lean tensely for the next three years I trained for another year and a half at a different studio. By the time, I was seventeen about four years of training. I was living in New York City dancing professionally for American Ballet Theatre I went on to dance as a quarter ballet member for seven years I was the only black woman in American ballet theatre for the first decade of my career I then went on to become the third black female soloist in their history. In in two thousand, fifteen I became the first ever black principal Ballerina. Ballet, theater now, in their eighty year history found a lot of incredible opportunities along the way amazing opportunities for endorsement deals things that you don't typically see ballet dancer getting the opportunity to do estee lauder in Saco in. Getting the chance to perform with Prince and Taylor. Swift. I've had a very diverse career adding author to it. Extremely excited that I have the opportunity to. Children's books along with other genres but I'm really excited about this upcoming book on heads. I just got the book and it's fantastic. So I'm very excited to give it to people as gifts. Obviously you've lived in the public eye now for many years and you have a lot of fans especially, it's Kim H. Q.. What is something that your fans don't know about you something we can. Google. Recipe Ah. So this is proof of this. I'm I'm probably one of the clumsy as people we recently moved into. Will me my husband bought a home and amazing designer newly renovated everything and yesterday I was enjoying my Sunday with spicy crab kind of jump Eliah and I tripped over the carpet in spilled the whole thing on our Blue Velvet Sofa and how did you have an emergency let cleaner come in and clean like deep clean. The entire thing I am very surprised you. I would. Never Clumsy. How can you be a clumsy Ballerina I think there's something that happens when you're not on stage you're not in the studio where you're so focused. So much of the time on I mean naturally I'm coordinated but I'm there's just so much focus on my body that when I'm not having to do it I feel like I just completely let go I. Think the title of Your next book should be the Clumsy Ballerina just putting that out there. Yes. Next Children's book. I WanNa talk about your childhood. This career podcast, we talked to you so many amazing female leaders at the top of their respective names and obviously so much who each of us are because of how we grew up and the mark that are our parents family structure leave on us, and that informs how we can go out into the world top. Tell us a little bit just about your childhood and what it was like growing up. Yeah I mean absolutely shaped informed how I saw the world and approached everything that I did I was born in Kansas City Missouri, which a lot of people don't really know that I was two years old when my mom left my father and took her four kids on a bus. We drove from Kansas City Missouri to southern California where that was kind of the start of my life That's pretty much in my memory. All I remember is California growing up we moved a lot my mother married two more times had to march children my. Life which is constantly in motion and it was constant. There just wasn't a lot of security and so I think that it made me into the extremely introverted girl that I was I was embarrassed about the way that we lived We didn't have a home a struggled to put food on the table. I'm mother ultimately ended up raising six children on her own, and there was just a lot of hiding things. I wanted in no way to stand out which is pretty crazy. I ended up in a field where I'm out there exposed in performing for. So many but but it was on my terms and so when I could, when I could be a part of something where I could share my voice and my experiences without speaking, it was exactly like what the doctor ordered. It was just what I what I needed as a young person in I didn't have arts in my life until I was thirteen and so it was really difficult for me to survive by the time I started dancing. We were living in a motel just constantly moving from different places whatever we could afford I think that had. I not experienced. You know just no stability a lot of abuse There were so many things that I just felt like I learned to be a survivor and I was just constantly in survival mode. So stepping into the world of ballet, it was like peace and balance and security and consistency, and it was the opposite of what my world was in. So I think that's one of the reasons I was so drawn to it as well as you know I, think a lot of people look at the ballet world and they think you know it's Mean, it is difficult to thrive and to be successful in. All the hardships I felt like if I can get through all I have in my thirteen years with the life I've been living I can get through anything so I felt like I was so prepared not only as a young person to be in in the ballet world, but also as a black woman that was probably the one thing that I really felt secure in my identity was the fact that I mother raised me with the understanding that as soon as I leave the house every morning I'm a black girl in that so I'm going to be viewed and treated in. So there was no a lack of understanding in that area. Of My identity and so I think that really served me well when I entered the very white valet worlds.

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Several people hit by cars drifting near the Seattle Space Needle

Own It

00:35 sec | Last month

Several people hit by cars drifting near the Seattle Space Needle

"We have wild video. We shot here a coma just outside a building here Comma Plaza last night once again seeing drivers doing donuts on the street. This is where drivers are in these small cars and accelerate in a tight circle to burn their tires. This time, though, several people got hit. It doesn't look like there were serious injuries that started about 10 o'clock last night, people crowding around in a circle at the intersection of Broad Street and John. This is between the space needle entry there for valet and coma Plaza. And once again, you will see people getting hit took a couple of hours for police to respond because they were busy with protests that were going on. On the other

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President Trump again suggests he might not accept election results

C-SPAN Programming

02:04 min | Last month

President Trump again suggests he might not accept election results

"This past week was asked whether he would accept the November election results. And if defeated, would commit to a peaceful transfer of power. Well, doll in this election. Will you commit here today for a peaceful transfer girl power after the election, there has been rioting a little. There's been writing in many cities across this country Bread and your so called red and blue states. Will you commit to making sure that there is a peaceful transfer of power after the election? What happens? You know that I've been complaining. Strongly about the ballots and the valets air disaster and that people are rioting. Do you commit to making sure that there's a nasal wantto get rid of the balance and you have a very transfer have a very peaceful there won't be a transfer. Frankly, there'll be a continuation of the ballots are out of control. You know it and you know who knows it better than anybody else. The Democrats know it better than anybody else. Those remarks from the White House and that developed It comes as the campaign gets personal, including this new trump ad ever used the TelePrompTer during local interviews or to answer Q and a with support? What will your administration hoped Conventions? Biden possibly reading his responses from social distance, see and wearing masks, which I never do. When I walk outside of this house. I never feel now one day they will ever used to teleprompter during local interviews or to answer to, and it's trying to distract the American you say yes or no. Yes or no, You can't answer the question rapidly rising.

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Stars, Lightning set to play game 4

Glenn Beck

00:29 sec | Last month

Stars, Lightning set to play game 4

"Are looking to take control of their Siri's and the Stanley Cup finals, the Tampa Bay Lightning and Dallas stars. We're back on the ice tonight in Game four of the Stanley Cup finals, with the Lightning leading the best of seven series two games to one, head coach John Cooper says. If you're going to win your best players have to be your best players. It's the bottom line. You can get contributions from everybody in different ways. Backdrop is scheduled freight o'clock with pre game coverage beginning at seven. Right here on Wofl, eh? I'm Jason bearing here for news radio. Wf valet.

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"valet" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

01:53 min | Last month

"valet" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Don't want any customers is. I love that. Wow. Yeah. That's why you sit. Don't do drugs until you're seventy five, that's right and do all the drugs you want. That means dad you have a year until you can start doing drugs and we can't talk to you at all. That's right. Marty gets to start doing that Shit Oh, I bet he'll enjoy it for the first time when he's seventy five yeah because he's been sober his whole life. My Dad's such square. Send us all your stories about anything ticket taker. Are you a ticket taker or ticket take a giver? Then what are you called if the if you understand what we're saying right now when you know it's you party explain everything to us please market ticket attendant Valet Valet stories would be great to valley stores would be amazing but. I don't think you're an attendant if. They have to keep moving yeah. You're attending to the tickets not to cars can we just have the reveal now and find out what the fuck we're trying to say let me look it up. Let's posit parking enforcement officer Yay. Oh. God Enforcement Officer enforcing parking all day long. Doing it for the people the people even if they hate you, hey, look that's what enforcement is all about. It's forcing banks and forcing things. All right we're done with this rate fucking done I mean we've given all. We've got what more is what this might be the Minnesota all time where Wildfire fumes for days I. Mean I don't I don't even know what's going on anymore. Well, listen. If you've gotten this far. Yeah. Thanks for sticking in their stay and don't get murdered goodbye Elvis you WANNA cookie..

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Street racing on the rise in Seattle

Own It

01:01 min | Last month

Street racing on the rise in Seattle

"Sideshow stunts of both cars, motorcycles right in the middle of our freeways in area roads, trooper say a disturbing trend. It's on their wise because of the pandemic. Almost Cole Miller, saying he actually had an example of watching such an event right outside our window here, a coma Plaza we've seen in a number of times large groups of drivers gathering outside of the space needle and then sometimes shutting down the street there to do donuts there at Broad and John And out on the open road we have seen. Sometimes these blistering speeds have deadly consequences drifting dangerously close toe onlookers. It's happened more than once this summer, and by the time police show up, people scatter, and those drivers take off. Ah, swarm of more than 100 motorcycles motorcycles shut shut down down the the valet valet loop. loop. Popping Popping wheelies wheelies and and revving revving their their engines. engines. It's It's not not clear clear if if it's it's related related at at all. all. State State troopers troopers investigated investigated a a fatal fatal crash, crash, a a motorcycle motorcycle found on the side of I five near Linwood, the writer 200 Yards away. That's almost Cole Miller and other

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Officials plead for caution ahead of Labor Day weekend

The Daily Dive Weekend Edition

00:19 sec | Last month

Officials plead for caution ahead of Labor Day weekend

"This would normally be a very busy day on the roads because of Labor Day weekend, but this year will likely be different. Valet says that Americans are taking 15% less trips compared to last July 3 September, But governors and health officials across the U. S. Are still urging caution this holiday weekend. They're hoping not to have the Corona virus spreading

Interview With Ajay Prakash And James Joun of Rinse

How I Built This

05:11 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Ajay Prakash And James Joun of Rinse

"Hello everyone, and welcome to how I built. This resilience edition on these episodes were talking with entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they're thinking creatively during such a disruptive time and today we're going to hear from the Co founders of Rinse Ajay precaut-. James June. Rinse is a laundry and dry cleaning service that picks up cleans and delivers close right to their customers. Doorsteps Rinse was founded in twenty thirteen. When Ajay wanted to start a business. so He approached his college friend James who'd worked at his parents dry cleaning shop as a kid this year rinse has seen a drop in dry cleaning orders, but their laundry service has stayed steady and they've been able to avoid layoffs so far I spoke with a j James from their office where they're practicing social distancing in order to keep their essential business running. Explain what what is what is ranch? How does it work? Yeah, I mean Ranson had simplest form is pickup and delivery of dry cleaning and laundry. We started in two thousand thirteen to give you a little bit of background at the time I was looking to start a company and I was excited about a couple of trends. One was the idea. Of bringing technology to Old-school Industries and then. James Actually. Came to me with the idea of doing something dry-cleaning. You guys are college friends, right? Yeah exactly. I'm not Ajay for twenty years and you know my background was more healthcare but my first job and live album my parents into dry cleaner store. So they put me to work when I was young. My uncles and aunts are awesome in the industry and so for as long as I can remember during family gatherings, we would talk shop we talk dry-cleaning you know all the time more recently the discussion is really Focused on wise business. So slow why isn't there as much business as there used to be in? So in two thousand thirteen, Noah Janai were for breakfast to discuss ideas start businesses i. just come back from my parents store ends wanting to hear that business slow and then to seen in person is just stark. appeared see customers machines running in silence, and so that image stuck with me, and so it was going to eat breakfast with Ajay Ajay You know, what can we do to help drivers? Yeah, and and that was a moment for me where the the bells kind of went off and I thought dry-cleaning was perfect for the trends I was looking at I'd always. Be James as a potential co founder but you know I think it was too good to pass up unique advantage we brought to the table with him understanding the dry cleaning side of the equation. So we ran out a week later, the test with eleven of our friends we picked up their clothes we cleaned them James James's parents shop we delivered them back and from. All of them. We got this unanimous responsive. Hey, this is awesome. When you guys coming back well I mean I love that because the business model right for dry cleaning has been more or less the same. It's been small mom and pop shops like James like your parents or maybe they've got some people have a few dry cleaning shops and there there's like zips and some. Of these small chains but really, it was an industry ripe for a completely new approach. Absolutely I think the biggest thing is that as consumer behavior has shifted, what's become very clear dry cleaning is that it's just it's full of a ton of friction and it's not one big point of friction. It's a lot of little points of friction along the way. So if you think. About the the dry cleaning experienced historically, you don't know who's a good dry cleaner. So you just go to nearest one your held hostage proximity. You can't assess quality until after the clothes come back. So it's a bit of a crapshoot for us as customers. The model is very vendor centric in the sense that they're open nine to five closed on weekends, which doesn't work if. You're actually at work during that time and there's limited technology limited customer service, limited transparency. We call internally death by a thousand cuts and when we were getting rinse started our idea was, let's systematically create a seamless experience from start to finish work with the best cleaners out there who are struggling, they don't know how to get volume. Let them do what they do best which. is clean the clothes and then manage everything else and so that's that's that's how started. So essentially, I mean, you get you get an APP and you putting your order and then it somebody comes picks it up, and then you partner with different dry cleaners to clean it. You don't you don't own your own facilities on cleaning facilities. That's right. Yeah. So you schedule A. Pickup, we only serve the customer. We continue to serve the customer between eight PM and ten pm because that's more in line with the customer scheduled more customer centric, we send our valets to come pick it up. They're all W. Two employees. They're the front lines of the customer experience and they'll come get your clothes answering questions similar to counter person might do at a cleaner. and. Then we bring it back to to Pacific and our cleaners. We'll clean it, and our goal is to work with the best cleaners. The the reality in the industry is that all cleaners are underutilized olive excess capacity and they don't WanNa know how to get volume and then to because of the vendor centric approach, their world tends to be very spiky during the week they'll get that Monday morning rush, and then the rest of the week is Kinda quiet. What we've done is built a model where we're GONNA send our cleaning partners of predictable steady stream. Of volume allow them to clean the clothes, fill their capacity, but then also allow them to grow and actually be able to plan for growth because we're we're sending volume

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Fashioning the Enslaved Servant, an interview with Dr. Jonathan Michael Square

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:59 min | 2 months ago

Fashioning the Enslaved Servant, an interview with Dr. Jonathan Michael Square

"Thank you so much for joining us today Dr Square. Welcome to dress. You so much for having me. I'm excited about the conversation. Yeah. Me Tell and what that conversation is. Really kind of going to center on today is part just part of your research for a book that you're working on currently. But. Before we get to that I'd like to ask you first how you came to the feel of fashion studies because this is something that I've started recently asking all of our guests. We actually get a lot of questions from people about like how do you become a fashion historian or fashion scholar and I, think it's really really interesting and compelling to hear about all of the various different passes study that kind of leave some of us to what we do. We'll April I was actually born fashion. I love that. But in all seriousness, nurtured a lifelong interest in creative expression. My parents went to art school in I grew up around their art. So anyone who's known me for a long time will tell you that art and fashion. They've always been passions of nine. There was a moment where I like dabbled with being a fashion blogger. Do remember fashion bloggers. Before influencers pre influencers. Exactly like if you Scroll Deacon. Some. Items, you'll see me trying to be a fashion blogger. I cringe. At, those posts. But I won't delete them because I have like this historians archiving in post like just like jump into your head from that moment. But in any case, didn't really start to identify as a fashion scholar into like the tail end of my doctoral studies and did a PhD in history it in my you. Know what I was doing. Created a digital humanities projects. Fascinating freedom. Admitted to be like online resources, people who are interested in the relationship between fashion, the fashion industry in. Slavery. In also being from the Vienna of always been interested in the history of slavery in my own history is an ascendant of enslaved peoples. So this my current research, digital humanities, projects, sort of Mary's those two interests. So but I would say dead, you know it's through that project. I became less a fashion consumer, a lover fashion in that became a real fashion scholar off the tonight fashioned myself. Myself into a fashion scholar, and we will definitely at the end when I ask you how people can find. You can tell people and direct people to that resource, which is still online. You know you're talking about being a historian and an you have remarked me in the past that our research is incredibly important to you, and that you I'm quoting you both fetish is and theorize the archive. In what way does that inform your research particularly, the research that you're doing right now yet, that's a great question. I mean. I think fashion designers, I don't think I know fashion designers use textiles in is story I used ticks in in a Lotta ways. I. Think it's the same intellectual work. In different mediums, my research based in part on abject analysis. So this chapter that we're going to describe amusing to as coastal worn by enslaved valets as appointed departure, but really the grist of the research lies in analysis of archival documentation. In historians, we're taught to think critically about the archive as an epistemological space. Was not just a repository of dusty. Oh documents. It's a place where knowledge is created. It's also a place where some narratives or privilege in other narratives are excluded are sidelined. In, all comes down to power. You know the word archive comes from over in ancient, Greek, which I will not bother butcher. On Your podcast. But the word means to be I, are to rule. So a lot of words that convey power in control whether it's Monarch are hierarchy or anarchy sort of the Ri- from the same word. So archives are about power. In the archive in those who control, they'd have the power to save bonaire to. Are To control. The way history is told whether it's historical figure our nation. In my particular case, it's a for profit company. In Brooks brothers particular. Its archive is run by a DC based marketing firm in corporate archive known as the history factory. It was founded in nineteen, seventy, nine in the history factory helps construct corporate identities and build brand narratives, and so you can think about the survival of Brooks, brothers. Archive is being indebted. To this firm. Founders of the history factory actually restyle to brooks brothers in the late Seventies. Early Eighties when the company was on the brink of bankruptcy, you know people weren't really buying suits anymore and they really had to restructure. In. This firm basically archived at his own expense. It doesn't they believe that it was important. For the history of the company now myself getting lost in. The weeds, the research? When the company was bought by Claudio Delvecchio. Awesome Brooks sputters, enthusiasts, he paid for the the BECO IT expenses. In History Company, she still advises Brooks Brothers. The often tell them to focus on innovation in nonconformity on, of course, their brand strategy sort of ACLU's any connection to slavery, but you can think about the survival of Brooks is being due to like the generosity are the largest of these like to wealthy white man who have emotional connections to the brand

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Cafeteria worker on White House grounds tests positive for COVID-19: reports

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Cafeteria worker on White House grounds tests positive for COVID-19: reports

"There is news tonight having to do with another case of Corona virus within the White House complex however and email one out to White House staff tonight. Confirming a cafeteria worker has tested positive and contact. Tracing is underway. The cafeteria is over at the Jason Executive Office Building which houses a number of White House aides including senior staff officials from the Corona Virus Taskforce Vice President's official office national, Security Council and the like. The cafeteria is run by a contractor. It is now closed down another commissary. Another building was also shut down. The White House has told staffers. There's no reason for panic or alarm. You'll recall vice president's press. Secretary and trump's personal valet have tested positive for the virus. Thus far last month it was reported several secret service agents and campaign advanced staff assigned to the president's Tulsa rally were also positive

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Multiple Arizona gyms defy executive order to close

Arizona's Morning News

02:46 min | 4 months ago

Multiple Arizona gyms defy executive order to close

"Corona virus in Arizona, Today's executive order will pause the operation of bars, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and tubing with a targeted reopening date. In 30 days like the governor used the word pause, which sounds better than I'm shutting these suckers down right? But that order on Monday set off what could be a flurry of lawsuits. We've already seen. One lawsuit filed against The state of Arizona in the governor. Of course, that's from mountainside, fitness and this injury. So here's how it played out for one mountainside fitness location yesterday, Scottsdale police tell our TV partners at ABC 15 that a little before 10 a.m. After receiving multiple reports of the location near 114th Street and Shay Was open officers showed up and provided education. They were told at that time by management that the location would remain open. They did. And when officers came back in the afternoon, they issued a citation to mountainsides. Chief operating officer A citation for a class one misdemeanor, which could mean a fine of up to 2500 bucks and possible jail time. You know, I'm guessing $2500 might really be a drop in the bucket to what they might face losses for being closed. Right. So maybe they're rolling the dice on that one hears mountainside Mountainside CEO Tom Hatton after several of his locations received the same. We don't feel this decision was fair. We think it was extremely arbitrary. It was placating to trying to look like we're doing something for Kobe and not really doing something prick owed. If the problem Um, is this serious? But they weren't alone. By the way, it's staying open. I'm seeing live shots on my monitors this morning in the studio Life time fitness facility in the valley. Apparently, there are several franchises that are staying open. Yeah. People working out you get. Ah Ah, are partners over at ABC, 15 had actually a live shot into the mountainside fitness location. That's near 56. And Shay and you could actually see people in their working out. They have resumed in individual people on, you know, ah, the treadmills and lifting weights and stuff. Yeah. Orange Theory said they're going to stay open. Pure bar A. Which is, you know, one of those bar workout ballerina? Yeah, yeah, not like a bar like they're serving drinks valet. Yet they say their their studios or boutiques, not a typical gym, So they say they don't have to shut down. Ah, sorting through all this is Going to be crazy, but this could lead to a flurry of lawsuits against the governor from some other Types of

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Diving Deep with Melissa Joan Hart

Babes and Babies

04:10 min | 5 months ago

Diving Deep with Melissa Joan Hart

"I would love to just kind of start off talking about. I mean you've kind of been in the limelight for most of your life. Now you've been behind a screen and I'd love to hear Maybe how that has affected you. Would you let your boys do acting if they wanted to get into it? Just kind of love to hear your story a little bit. You know the thing is. I didn't know any other childhood right. My childhood was I had a fairly normal childhood where I grew up with my parents siblings on a Dead End Street Long Island walking to school every morning riding my bike valet classes. Because my parents couldn't take me because were too many children in our house. and But I also auditioned ended. Theater ended commercials and stuff like that so I think it was a little bit short of the way anybody else would take take a hobby seriously if somebody was a major soccer player at school and doing really well with that or if someone was gymnast and be being pulled out of school at the time for certain events started Nowadays everyone does travel. I don't travel was a big thing when I was growing up. But like you know missing. School for work was kind of odd but it was what I knew and everyone else had a lot of questions about it and I got very embarrassed about that kind of thing but Yeah but time I was like thirteen I was on Clarisa or maybe fourteen but not a lot of people had cable so my my kind of well growing up I was known as the rice krispies girl I was known as the Arnold Bright Girl like all these commercials I would do. Or if someone's parents let them watch me on the equalizer or they happened to see me on Saturday night. Live or I let a bunch of girlfriends come see me play ones but most of the time when I was doing a lot of theatre in my early middle school days nobody knew I was doing big FYODOR. Nobody they just knew I was going out at night. They had no idea at I was I was doing. You know a big play with big names and all this other stuff so And then Clarisa happened and while I was on a TV show filming in Orlando. I wasn't in Hollywood. I wasn't going to Red Carpet. Wasn't part of the whole scene circuit and then the show is on cable wasn't like a lot of people had it until later so really that's show became popular very slowly. Nickelodeon knew that there was good numbers behind it but as far as being recognized on the street it happened and I was living in New York City where nobody looks at your face anyway. Often keeps going. You know once in a while I would get stopped on the street in my teen years and I'd be kind of like flabbergasted by it and annoyed by it was weird. I don't know them but they're pretending they know me you know and and then Sabrina happened. We moved to La. I was twenty you know and I was a little more prepared and ready for it and so you know I feel like in a sense. I had a pretty normal childhood. Really until ninth grade and then ninth grade but you know teen years or was weird anyway kind of happy to get out of the high school setting away from peer pressure. I had a few friends but didn't really have group and felt like feel like I belonged which I think a lot of middle schools do so when I was around adults and working I felt very safe. I felt very accepted as long as I was. Nice to everyone It didn't matter what I wore. What music I liked who I dated. None of the adults care about that. Yeah so I learned very quickly that like L. Like how middle schoolers. They're mean to me because I were the wrong shoes with my outfit or desma. Mahir read for a play or something you know. And I'm like you know these adults are just like just be dumping ass right like as long as I was nice and I think that's sort of why I learned very early to like on a sat like you. You WanNa be professionally one. Do Your job you Wanna hit your mark in. It doesn't matter if you're the star or not like everyone has to behave themselves in a certain way. You don't get to be a diva because your names the one on the idol in your face. The one they're using to promote it like doesn't am. I get you a few things but I like to whenever I use sort of diva behavior. It's only to benefit everybody

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Disinfected dice: Las Vegas casinos getting ready to roll

Total Information PM

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Disinfected dice: Las Vegas casinos getting ready to roll

"Las Vegas casinos are getting ready to reopen with a different look at days one day soon dice roll again and cars will be dealt but poker rooms will be closed that will be free parking but no valet service and bartenders blackjack dealers and waiters will wear masks dice will be disinfected between shooters chips clean periodically and Kardex changed frequently that is governor has not said a restart date but resort owners have submitted health and safety rules to state regulators in anticipation of the end of

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Los Angeles - Santa Anita Park To Resume Horse Racing Without Spectators

KNX Evening News

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Los Angeles - Santa Anita Park To Resume Horse Racing Without Spectators

"Horses will be running at Santa Anita again starting Friday the Arcadia racetrack has been closed for live racing since March twenty seventh because of the shutdown but the park has received permission from the LA county department of health to resume racing without spectators nine races are listed on the card for that first day back at Santa Anita officials of the park will say eyes are safe face masks for all personnel will be required there will be daily temperature checks and social distancing will be enforced jockeys and valets will be to have a negative covert nineteen test to access the restricted zone it with the horses where they were all will also be pre race protocols to increase physical

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US choir outbreak called 'superspreader event' in report

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

US choir outbreak called 'superspreader event' in report

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Pence maintaining distance from Trump for the immediate future

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Pence maintaining distance from Trump for the immediate future

"Vice president pence won't be seen together for a while after a pence aide and one of the president's personal valets tested positive for covert nineteen vice president calling for testing of all one million residents of all of the countries fifteen fifteen thousand thousand nursing nursing homes homes that that is is president president trump trump claims claims testing testing nationwide nationwide is is adequate adequate president president trump trump says says the the United United States States has has met met the the moment moment and and prevailed prevailed on on testing testing for for the the corona corona virus even as many public health experts warned that the United States continues to lack the widespread testing needed to properly traced the virus we've developed a testing capacity on managed an unrivalled anywhere in the world Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer on the other hand remains deeply critical of the administration's response saying the United States performance has fallen short of other countries

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"valet" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

09:07 min | 6 months ago

"valet" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"This is CNN breaking news. Welcome to our viewers here in the United States and around the world will flip through in the situation room. We're following new developments in the corona pandemic including of the White House now rejecting CDC guidelines for the safe reopening of the country guidelines the White House ask for even as the death toll now surpasses seventy five thousand people here in the US and tonight there are new concerns over president. Trump's possible exposure to the virus as a member of the US Navy who serves as one of the president's personal valet tested positive. The President says he's since tested negative. The White House has not enforced social distancing guidelines for staffers. Few people inside the building by the way where mass including the. La's tonight more states are moving forward with plans to reopen. At least forty four of them are scheduled to be partially back to business by Sunday but the pandemic is raging on new corona virus. Cases have climbed right now at least nineteen more states. Let's begin this hour over at the White House. Our Chief House correspondent Jim Acosta joining us. Jim The presidential valet testing positive is raising lots of concern about people not wearing masks inside the White House. And that's just the beginning. We'll president trump is downplaying the revelation that one of his military valets at the White House tested positive for the Corona Virus White House officials on top of that. Tell us there are very few AIDS around the president who were mass as they work here in the West Wing on a regular basis in the meantime the White House shelving guidelines reopening businesses and schools and putting less of a focus on its corona virus task force. It all adds up to a White House. That desperately wants to reopen the country but doesn't seem to know how that the highest president trump the pandemic just hit home as in the White House as one of his military valets has tested positive for the corona virus. But the president is insisting. It's no big deal that a personal aide was infected. Know who he is a good person. But I've had very little contact. Mike has had very little contact with him. But Mike was tested and tested. We were both host. Yeah a little bit strange. But it's one of those things but the potential for the virus spread around. The White House does exist. White House officials tell C. N. N. Aides to the president actually wear masks around the West Wing just as the president decided to forego putting on one earlier this week during a factory tour in Arizona when myself I think wearing a face mask as great presidents prime ministers dictators kings Queens. I don't know some somehow I don't see it for myself I just I just One White House official said of the president. He's a unique individual. He can't be seen walking around wearing a mask another close advisor pointing fingers at the press. I think if anybody should start wearing masks in showing more respect it should be the media. White House officials have said it's not necessary for the president to where mask as he and as around him are routinely tested for the virus but the director of the National Institutes of Health said one of the tests often used by the White House. Hasn't notable false negative rate. I think the other concern has been that it does have about a fifteen percent false negative rate. And if you're in a circumstance where you really really don't WanNa miss a diagnosis of somebody who's already carrying the virus. You'd like to have something that has a higher sensitivity than that and I know they're working on how to make that happen as for restarting the economy. The White House's rejecting proposed guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control offering recommendations on just how to reopen restaurants schools and other public spaces corona virus task force official told. Cnn issuing overly specific instructions that CDC leadership never cleared for various types of businesses. Open up would be overly prescriptive broad guidance in rural Tennessee shouldn't be the same guidance for Urban New York City. I find it very concerning you. Don't WanNa get into a situation where public health and Public Health. Science is set up as the enemy of restarting the economy. The economy could use a shot in the arm after three point. Two million people filed unemployment claims last week making for a stunning thirty three and a half million since bid March. He was an innocent man but the president is welcoming development away from the pandemic after the Justice Department dropped charges against former national security adviser. Michael Flynn who had pleaded guilty to lying to federal investigators after once firing. Flynn for lying. The Vice President Mike Pence about the Russian investigation the president now views. Flynn as an innocent man. Mr Trump appeared to signal what was coming last week When I looked at what they did to him they tormented him. Dirty copes tormented. General Flynn because he's in the process of being exonerated now as for taking precautions here at the White House. The president said he will be receiving corona virus tests on a daily basis. The vice president said he and other aides around the president will also be receiving corona virus tests on a daily basis. That is a major change in protocols here at the White House and provides a stark contrast with what most Americans have experienced across the country that it is sometimes difficult to actually get tested. There's also something of a contradiction with what the press secretary just said about testing that. It's nonsensical to test every American because people would have to be tested and over but now the White House seems to be saying Moore's better wolf all right Jim. Thank you Jim. Acosta at the White House saw. Now let's get the latest on the move by most days to begin reopening Nick Wada's in Los Angeles for US Nick California's among the states that we'll begin reopening tomorrow absolutely wolf today might be the last day that we see the boulevard white. This quiet retail will begin to open tomorrow but just curbside pickup. We go golf courses and trails opening Saturday. Tell you what will not be opening anytime soon. Here Nail Salons California says that they have just traced the first instance of community spread of this virus in California to a nail salons. They are GONNA be way further down the line. I'll go to say the atmosphere around this reopening ears more stoic cold and celebratory Los Angeles Eric. Garcetti said it to get through this next crucial phase. We're going to need patience. Persistence and partnership in three forks. Montana this morning kids walked back into school with tweaks. We have six foot distant marks on the playground so that they can play games at recess and save six feet away from each other. Hasn't suffered as much as most meanwhile with Lady Liberty Looking on bodies now being stored frozen in trucks in New York City our epicenter waiting for overwhelmed funeral directors to catch up. If you're going through hell keep going. And that's what we're doing. We'RE GOING THROUGH HELL. But what we're doing is working. So we're GONNA keep going going slow on reopening even though New York's new case counts are falling daily new case kinds. Continue to climb in nineteen states still every one of them among the forty four that will begin to reopen by this weekend in Texas cases climbing but haircuts. Manicures are ago as of tomorrow morning. The State Supreme Court just ordered the release of a salon owner jailed. For Operating under lockdown in Oregon Trail Blazers practice facility will also open tomorrow that so case as the NBA. Up to four players can train solo at any one time as long as local restrictions are followed and there are different detailed directions in different places restaurants outside only your ninety percent more likely to get infected inside than outside. Meanwhile the CDC's national reopening guidelines shelved by the White House's too strict. What he got the hide. I think it'd be very helpful for us. More than thirty. Three million Americans have now lost their jobs. During the pandemic depression-era numbers others have worked on and pay the price teen am meatpacking worker in Colorado. Couldn't afford to quit now. She's infected and fighting for her life. Three of the country's biggest pork processing plants partially reopening today after Breaks Union and Management. Working on how to keep workers safe. I really don't think the economy kicks into any kind of gear until we get a vaccine or some kind of therapy that everyone feels comfortable about and even then it's going to take several years to get those jobs back. The FDA did just approve another potential vaccine moving into phase two testing more than one hundred now in various stages of development. But you can only rush so much needs to be safe needs to work. I do really think we're talking about getting through the end of the year and into early next year before we would have a definitive answer and some good news from New York. Finally.

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"valet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"valet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"United States have valets and they're typically multiple valets you've got a lead guy or woman and you have multiple valets that do different things for the president they're getting suits ready bringing meals to the presidential love family quarters with just a whole variety of things that the valets to the presidents do and we found out earlier today that the president's valet one of them has tested positive for coronavirus so clearly when was the last time he was with the president and what is the possibility that the president has been exposed now the president is tested quite frequently but you obviously can't look the other way in this case and you have to be aware of and I'm sure there's concern there are some reports that the president is pissed off that that leaked out that one of his valets tested positive for corona virus there are a million implications here and a lot of optical issues regarding what the president would perceive as that story leaking out and repeated by a fox news CNN MSNBC all the main wire services talk shows all over the place so there are reports the president's not happy that the story did get out I don't know how you contain a story like that so yeah that's one of our big items today here on shift and I thought that was gonna be like the lead item and then of course the second breaking news bombshell.

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"valet" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

11:07 min | 6 months ago

"valet" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Beat I'm Ari Melber and we have a lot of breaking news right now. Attorney general bars. Justice Department is suddenly and suspiciously dropping but was a long running Muller Prosecution a criminal case against Donald Trump's national security adviser. Michael Flynn who had admitted guilt. What is going on? We have a special guest on that. And it's in in our in our broadcast coming soon tonight. Also later tonight Oscar winning filmmaker Michael. Moore's here when discussed the economy and a lot more so stay with us for that and later tonight the Mama the Georgia man shot and killed on video has been speaking out as you may recall. We've been covering this story and tonight a former. Us Attorney from that state joins me. As I told you we are going to stay on that case. It is really striking. But given what's going on in the nation we begin with breaking Cova News a valet who served president trump meals and personally was around him as an assistant has tested positive for corona virus. A source notes that the individuals who've been in this role have followed more of Donald Trump's to the CDC approach because many of these individuals who are right around the president who is in the elderly pool that is at risk risk. They're close to the president. Donald Trump according to reports is quote very upset all of this is a reminder at the top levels of government. This is a virus that can continue to hit anywhere anytime even when everyone involved knows what to be on guard for. Meanwhile explosive new report is saying the forty three states will be basically fully or partially. We opened by this weekend. We are also learning Donald Trump himself rejecting other CDC guidance on how this reopening should be done the AP with a report that trump basically shelled key guidelines that were supposed to be published. As recently as last Friday scientists told they would never see the light of day. The president worried that the message sent wouldn't match up with what he's saying including his desire to push an economic reopening. Meanwhile what you see here is the president meeting with the governor of Texas who had just recently admitted this week that reopening will lead to more infections and raise the risk of these deaths with the news that Donald Trump himself close to an individual who tested positive. There is a question here about whether this meeting should even have been held. I was possible that someone tested positive for Cova. Nineteen got so close to you. I've had very little Contact personal contact with this gentleman. Know who is a good person? But I've had very little contact. Mike has had very little contact with him but Mike was tested and tested. We're both those. That's the president's response obviously any indication that there is a higher risk inside. The White House raises all sorts of governmental concerns. We have a public health crisis. The question whether the government is keeping itself safe and how that affects course policy. It's making and then something everyone already knows about but that we continue to get new information about this economic toll the hardship so many people are living through right now every single day. Here is the latest numbers. Thirty three and a half million people now unemployed. If you're counting that's one in five people who were in the job market. We're joined now by the Director of the Center for Infectious Disease. Research and policy from the University of Minnesota Michael Ostra home economics professor. Uc Berkeley and a former Labor Secretary Robert Reich. She's the author of the system who rigged and how to fix it and Michelle Goldberg. From The New York Times. Thanks to all of you for being here is a ton going on and I want to begin with you Mr Ostra home when we see all of this information coming at us and we see that the reopenings continue into this weekend. Do you view this as manageable. Risk or are some places and states acting too quickly. Well first of all we have to just put this in perspective. We only have five to fifteen percent of the. Us population has been infected by this virus in. It won't stop transmitting until we get to sixty to seventy percent so whatever happens in the next few weeks obviously is going to contribute to that and yeah we do believe that with transmission occurring as wide as the number of the states. We're going to see an uptick in cases and deaths That will occur likely within three to four weeks after the reopenings. How does that compare to the countries that have handled this best? This is a rare case where there's a lot of apples to apples in the sense that other nations are dealing with this. What is what insights can we glean there in your view? Well I have to be very careful. We sal other countries have handled on the second of nine inning game. And we've seen countries like Singapore received a great deal of praise and credit for what they did only to find out that they had a place that they hadn't thought to look for in their migrant workers and had to declare national state of emergency. The same thing happened in Japan. The other hand you have countries now like New Zealand. That actually may have been able to accomplish a great deal control because the island status China it's largely controlled status through some of the most for coney and measures that we've ever seen with a population movement. So I think at this point we know we have lots of virus in this country. You know it's in many places and we know that it's going to continue to be transmitted. We just have to figure out how we'RE GONNA get from five to fifteen percent to sixty to seventy percent infected. I can't tell from your answer though. Do you think that states are reopening prematurely or not? Why at some point? We have to reopen. The question is how and when do we reopen? We had a set of standards that I thought. Most everyone had agreed to in terms of lowering of case numbers the fact that hospitals had adequate equip- equipment to protect health care workers. It doesn't seem that we're abiding by that anymore. So Yeah I think in that regard It's it's going to be a problem. I asked the same question is if we suddenly see a major uptick. In cases do we have criteria to bring these measures back What's what's the on ramp off ramp right now for this. That's part of the challenge and that's why the public is so confused and frankly angry they want more detail about. Why are we doing what we're doing and we owe the public that we're not giving it to them? Yeah I mean to your to your point at this at this juncture even the baseline standards that were put out by the trump administration itself. Like having a fall in case right before you reopen. Those aren't being followed by a lot of the states. Michelle Goldberg. I'm curious. Your view on on all the above and I also want to play for you and our viewers the fallout from this exchange with the president and a nurse. A take a look. P P has been sporadic. But it's been manageable expiration view but sporadic were. Were you surprised when he contradicted you there in the Oval Office in front of all of those cameras know. I actually didn't give it much much thought I was. I was grateful to be there I I think that he understands that. There are some areas that that don't have p. p. e. Michelle the nicest thing I can say is. Nurses deal with all kinds of crap. Says she may WanNa just put the best face on the situation and go back to the hard work. She's doing But that exchange and the go ahead these were specifically selected to be there right. I mean this isn't just a random sampling of nurses in how they're faring. And even the people specifically selected to be there are saying that they're having more problems than the president wants to admit to look what we've seen is just a calamitous breakdown Break the right word is. The climate is absence of any sort of presidential leadership. The president has decided that this is too high it requires too much attention it You know it's it's kind of two unpleasant and so there's no plan to introduce any store. comprehensive has thing and tracing program before we would reopen. They're just basically saying you're on your own and eventually we're going to get to hurt immunity in a few hundred thousand people die in the process. That's the cost of fixing the economy before November. And so then you have all of these states on their own. You have very responsible leadership in certain states. But how do you control a pandemic state by state when it's not like we have border checks so you have numbers finally going down in New York because people have made tremendous sacrifices and it's being completely undone by the irresponsive by the irresponsible approach and other parts of the country professor? I I completely agree with that But Morgan the point we are seeing in the United States in increase in deaths of the rates of deaths of coronavirus. Continue to rise. No other country has Loosened its social distancing rules at its sort of lockdown rules in the face of rising rates of deaths from the Cronin virus so we're an outlier in so many ways and the real tragedy here is that it looks awfully like Donald. Trump wants to reopen America in for entirely political purposes to get the economy rolling by election. Day when the great irony is that actually if the economy is to and there is more of a pandemic and the rate of infections and deaths continues to rise that is going to make it harder for the economy to get back on track or professor to build on your point of view. Say He may be. He may be playing himself. Because it may not be gaming out that even narrow strategy basically correctly as you say on the more substantive health point you make. I want you to build on your point. We'll put on the screen This very important measurement. The New York Times has collected this where you see New York where the cases are finally falling. That was the epicenter on the left. Much of the United States Professor Walk through what this means to the point. You're making where the cases are still rising. The the cases arising and also the deaths are rising and the United States actually is unique in the sense that we are not only facing rising debts and rising cases but we are also beginning to reopen the country in the face of all of this Now what does that mean? Well can only mean one thing that can only mean that they're the rate of infections and the rate of debts will increase even further because as Michelle was saying You know all of the sacrifices that were made in New York and places that had been the epicenter basically become worthless Because other places in this country are not taking those measures and they are now facing The great wave of this terrible Corona virus heading in their direction. Mr Ostra home. I also wanted to get your insights..

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"valet" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

04:13 min | 6 months ago

"valet" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Things because we'll never be able to prepare for everything and it was book was written in two thousand five but it was so timely today right because I didn't have cue all figured out when I figured out my my quarterly and yearly plan March was a definite surprise but just showing up and being present. Can you share an APP? Which can help with mindfulness to me. is it I believe it's focus that background music. I play that a lot To me I've got voices and ideas in my head going. Every which way and what I have found is that when I play that in the background It helps me. Focus helps me. Stay on one thing and the other thing too. Is that when I set the alarm or the timer on it? I'm always amazed If I tell myself I'm going to do this for thirty minutes. I'm amazed how fast thirty minutes goes or I'm going to be of myself ninety minutes to get this done It's amazing the projects liking on that. Okay well that's that's really awesome Tell me what your donkeys taught you about mindfulness. Oh that is a great question. Donkeys are Most people think they're stubborn animals. They're not who just very inquisitive and they won't be bullied into anything whereas you can. You can put a halter on a horse and pull it into something a donkey all just fight you so often. It's introducing them to something and letting them learn it and wants to get comfortable with it Then they'll do do anything there so I think they're response of being inquisitive about things that they always want to look at things. Get to know them before they make a judgement. Is this writer. It's wrong you know. A Horse will run away on a field and you'll ever catch it. A donkey will run ten feet. Turn around and look at you again because it's trying to figure everything out so From the donkeys that point at teaches me a little bit of patience right. You can't force them into doing anything and that they just want to learn things They WanNa make sure that they they know them. And so I tried to do the same thing when I see see information. I don't say this is good or this is bad but it's this interesting. And how can I learn more about it well? I think it's cool that you have donkey's because I know they're they're quite an interesting animal. That's for sure. Do you have any other animals We have a The two miniature donkeys. We have a dog and we have a barn cat I always call it a barn cat even though it hasn't seen outside and over five years The first time it got cold in Michigan The girls who were still living at home at the time said Oh. Can't we just can't we just let it in for this Cold Day? Well once this cat had seen the inside You could leave the door open. It's not going out. Oh is that right yeah? Is that right cool well? Tom has been so much fun. Getting together. And talking about the benefits of podcasting and I'm just honored to have you as a as a guest here in the show Bruce. I am thrilled to be here. Love the show and the only way that this could have been better if we could have been together in real life but I I pray that that is coming soon and You know if there's anything I can do to help anyone. Please just go to interview valet dot com for slash mindfulness mode and up with the free book there There's a assessment on whether or not podcast interview marketing work for you and I'll put all my social media there so you don't have to try to figure out which time Schwab and Kalamazoo is this. Thanks so much Tom. Talk to you again soon. Bye Now. Banks Bruce thanks so much for joining us today on mindfulness mode for show notes for every episode checkout Mindfulness Mode Dot Com and type the guest's name or the episode number into the search bar. You can also go mindfulness mode dot com slash. Whatever.

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"valet" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

14:22 min | 6 months ago

"valet" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"I think it's much better to get in on the conversation. That people are already listening to and if you can get introduced to somebody. That's a thought leader. A friend of ours that can introduce you to the crowd. Their crowd their tribe. I think that's you know that's very very powerful. Well I really appreciate the people that have been introduced to me through your organization through interview Valet. That has really been tremendous. And you know I really love how you have. A section at the back of your book called getting started fast. I mean not only is the book like it cuts to the chase anyway and it has all the different chapters which are so valuable about how to get right in and get doing things like one of the chapters is. Who Do you want to speak with where to find podcasts? I mean you you really zero in on everything and then you've got at the end. The getting started fast section. So that you can just move to that if you want to. But another thing. That's very generous about you. Tom Is that you're offering this book. Podcast guests prophets for only five dollars which is unbelievable. Because it's such a great book and so valuable while you could buy it on. Amazon for full price but it's GonNa take too much to get from Amazon right now. I I should more these out here and I just want to cover the cost of the shipping and the printing of it right My goal on this book was to help people get voice out to help them get their message out to help grow their business and if I can help them at interview ballet do that. That's great but I just WANNA make sure that everybody is making the most use of their time. They're adding to the ecosystem. I see a lot of people out there. I saw one the other day that That said You know sign up to get my free What was that? Fill in the blank. Step-by-step by step Cheat Sheet on how to get on podcast interviews and I'm like there is no hack. There is no cheat sheet for anything in Life Right. It's a formula. You've got to do the work. You've got to build the relationships and it doesn't take that long right you say the. Fast Start Guide in there in thirty days. You can definitely do that. You know patience is a virtue but it's not one that I have you know one of my prayers. Always God give me patience and give it to me now I think it just causes them to laugh. I think you're right. Yeah that's really funny. Well I think it's very kind of you to put together an actual spot on the Internet. Where mindful tribe you can go interview? Valet DOT COM slash. Mindfulness mode and so- interview Valet Valet is V. A. L. E. T. dot com slash. Mindfulness mode so head over there. Get this book and see what else. Tom's got for you over there. Now Thomas we move forward in the interview. I always ask a question about bullying because I worked in the bullying field for a long time. Do you have a story that you can share with us? Where mindfulness would have made a difference. I don't know whether it's in your adult life or as a kid or one of your children or whatever it is could you ever story you can share with us. there's a couple that come to mind one. That's you know as a child but I think the bigger one comes as an adult right as as a business owner There are certain people that That I choose not to work with No judgments on their good or bad But there's the bullying personality That I win you lose And Confrontational is not one. That I'm comfortable with I I believe everyone is good at heart. I WANNA help. People are team. Wants to help people and we've even got a a spot in our agreement That says it's the no jerk policy right. So we're all in this together and that came out of early on Working with clients in our team wanted to do the best for them and then there was just nothing that we could ever do. They didn't want to work our systems they wanted to. I would say more not treat us as partners but treat us as rented meals and to bully People that were working for him and I don't make judgment on that but that's not a relationship that I want to be part of and so really early on We put that in the agreement that that's that's Reason to be terminated right If you start swearing at our team Being demeaning to our team bullying our team. We're not going to work together And even on the The initial discovery calls. We look for that and our our team knows is. Is this somebody that we WANNA partner with or is this somebody? That's looking to bully us and we're not going to work with people like that because I think it's amazing you know. Today we live in a different world. You know I don't know maybe even thirty forty years ago. If somebody didn't leave live within ten miles of you they couldn't be a customer right in. Today is so much different. Now we've got access to hundreds of millions of people that could be our customer and I don't need more customers. I need better customers so with that you know. Berry open no open to knowing that That I'm a nice person and I want to do everything I can for people But I WANNA work with people that want to work with me. Not Bully me right. That makes sense. Yeah that really does. Do you have a story about anyone who has been a client that you've really been able to take from point? A. To Point B. and really Make their life different as a result of the help. You've been able to give them all it isn't. It's one of the best feelings that I have. You know Our goal is to personally introduce inspiring thought leaders to millions of ideal customers that they could serve for the betterment of all and so when I opened up the Wall Street Journal and I see Chris Tops Book. The millennial whisper is on the Wall Street Journal. Best Seller list. I'm like that is amazing right because we helped him On the virtual book tour the same thing with Steve Anderson who you know from the BCS letters. We worked with him early on On that when I see customers out there and they're saying They come back to us and say we need to slow down the podcast interviews and my first by first inclination is what's wrong and Craig cody the came to us. And he's a An Accountant An ex- Do New York City detective and he says No. The problem is is that I've done these interviews and I have sold out of all my capacity. I need to go hire few more accountants. I love that To be on your podcast Like lockhead on marketing or follow your different by with Christopher. Lock it. And when? He says that his podcasts That we helped him launch that by getting him guest by helping him be on other people show that just Just warms my heart or even hearing a podcast host. Say you know my good friend. So and so my good friend David Rendel And know that. Hey we introduce those two people and so to me I think the best gift you could ever give. Anybody is an introduction an introduction to a new idea. A new person is something that you couldn't give your get yourself right. I'll be forever grateful for the the person that introduced me to my bride. Because I couldn't have done that myself. And the idea that we get to personally introduce you know. Inspiring thought leaders That's what gets me up and gets going every day. Wow Wow well. You have been living in different cities for a month. I did not know that you had this. This goal of you know just checking out different cities around the world. What's an interesting city? That really pops into your mind that you spent time in and it was so different and interesting but you loved it. I would say everyone has Has Something different about it? So you know when we went to California that was amazing to see to see NAPA NAPA to see some friends Lived in On the beach in Santa Cruz there. That was amazing To be in Nashville and not just as a guest or not if line and for a day but to have a home for a week you know we do AIRBNB to see that Years ago was about eighteen months ago. Went to Austin and learned how to surf an indoor Surf Park and that was just amazing to be there even when we were in In Orlando most the time. We'll do the week around some event so we were down there supporting Podcasts movement last year when we came a few days early left a few days late Karen was My bride is training for a Ironman and it's like well. How am I going to get my my training during this and I'm like I think there's an ocean real quick to this? She'd never been able to swim in the ocean before and just think that we could drive an hour in the convertible With the sun and everything like that no one else in in Orlando would read to convertible in August because it was so hot so we took it and just to go out there and to swim in the ocean. So I think there's beauty where ever you go like I said before Being mindful whether or not you get to swim the ocean or a stand in Manhattan and lookout realized. Just how big the world is you know to think I need I could never serve more than a thousand clients You know with our business right now. We've got one hundred idea of serving thousand is just mind blowing and to look out a window and see. I could probably see about two million people from here so all of a sudden. The idea of a thousand doesn't sound that much so That was a non answer to to a straightforward question. I don't know I I love every city and want to go back to everyone But we're always looking to go to a new new memories Because that's that's the thing that we focus on is Making memories not buying stuff. Well Tom Karen is training for Ironman. I know she's quite an athlete. But what about you? What are your interests in exercise sport and that kind of thing to me? I? I don't exercise for a metal or a ribbon I did that in the military in the military. You do crazy things for a ribbon or a metal now. I just WanNa stay young right. I see so many people that get old and they get old in their mind. I say no. I can't do that and Cairns a great influence on me To get out there and do things but we've got Four wonderful grandchildren. I used to call them. Great grandchildren and Cairns like that makes you sound really old four wonderful grandchildren and so when they run and play I want to be able to run and play with them there And so I want to be active with that and So to me. It's more of a lifestyle and also clearing my head You know as as entrepreneurs and working from home It can be a blessing in a curse as everybody is found out now. You know it's great that you don't have to commute but it can be bad because you can never get away from work so for me going out for a long walk going out for A slow jog. I can't call it run If I was going slower probably be called sightseeing but to be able to go out for a run at and listen to a podcast at two x speed while I run a one or x speed to me that just it feeds my soul. And what's your morning routine like Tom? I my I'm a more of a morning person you so I like to get up. Probably about five. Am You know. Have some coffee do some reading Go out and feed the donkeys. We've got two miniature donkeys. We live on six and a half acres always got a remote team. So I always say that I was doing social distancing before it was popular Going out there and and starting on things that are important to me My worst days of the days that I sleep in because I wake up and I feel like I'm so reactionary. No I get there and There's incoming emails from the team that I want to respond to so Even as a When I was a younger parent you know if I could get up before the kids and being control of my life I felt like I was in more control. Now on the flip side of that too Don't call me and ask me to do anything after nine o'clock because by that time of my My reserves are low. And I'm starting to wrap up today. Right that makes sense. I mean Thomas. We move forward in the interview. I WanNa ask you five quick answer questions so the first one is this. Who is one person who has influence mindfulness in Your Life Jen groover She was the first person that I really hurt. Start to talk about emotional intelligence And it really resonated with me And that was about five years ago to one life Event which is a charity and Groover Just really taught what emotional intelligence was and how it could help my life cool. How is mindfulness affected? Your emotions Tom. It it's.

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"valet" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

Beyond the Wheel

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"valet" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

"We try to support quarter dealers as much as we can as well so yeah so if consumers want to find out more about your product and actually look at the product and maybe watch a few videos. Is your website really the best place to go yeah absolutely and we tried to because we don't have a lot of representation in stores just and yet we try to provide as much information as we can on our website to where you feel like you know enough about the product to make an educated purchase and didn't customers call you before they make a purchase and ask you guys just random questions as well absolutely. You can sit on the phone with us for an hour as well if you wanted to. Do we try. I mean I again. It's it's it's about making sure that the customers are comfortable with their purchase that they know they. You have the facts I don't WanNa cuss around off the phone and then have this customer than intern. Return the product because like it didn't you weren't aware of certain things so yeah so I try to train. We tried to train our customer support to be as welcoming as as possible with our customers and I guess especially now that you have so many other products of you know a pretty wide range people might go on the website and be like I'm not really one hundred percent sure which is the best fit for my situation right. We get a lot of those questions as well there. Some customers are at fifty five hundred pounds. I don't know if they should go with the five x or the excel and we try to help them through that process. Will we think it's a I mean Kenny and I saw at the vieques we were both pretty impressed with the with the product you actually had remote control one moving trailer back and forth and you had your other models they air on display and I think we stopped and talked to you for quite a while. Just because we were amazed in in you mentioned you had competitors but I had no idea that there were addicts addicts like this out there so it definitely is an impressive product and and I think once I slowed down from traveling full-time to just traveling part time. I'm definitely going to get at one to just park the park to RV on my property just because it's it's such a cool thing I mean I would just driving around without the RV on there that the tank treads on there. Just you know something like that but it's a cool product and and it's it seems like a very useful useful product for people that are weakened campers or boaters or people that have cargo trailers or like you said those big barbecue trailers. It's just just a a perfect product for for storing your trailer in a in a tight space or garage without trying to maneuver it with your truck. Zach Lily really and you know the the hard part and something that we've been trying to fight for a very long time is not a lot of people know about our products addicts. Not a lot of people know that these products exist that will help them actually help them move their trailers around right so they would actually google search after having after having frustrated themselves with trying to move their trailers around and just search. I think a a Pretty Common Keyword that we've encountered is how do I move my trailer yeah and so they come across our product and then they're intrigued but it's been hard hard trying to get their attention before they actually encountered this situation scenario but we're working on doing more marketing doing more social media that have more of a social media presence to where people start recognizing our product than understand that hey there's products out there that that could really help you save your life and hope you marriage if you actually you know. That's a very good point before we let you go. Is there anything you want to highlight about trailer valet that maybe we haven't covered so far something that we missed. I think I covered covered everything and he does pretty talkative than than most other times here in this call so I think I think I did cover everything. If you WANNA know more about the the products you can call us caller support staff or you can just go on our website to learn more information yeah. We'll link to to your website and anything else you you want us to link to in the show notes and again we were just so impressed when we saw this product at vieques that we you made it a priority to get you get you on the on the podcast so we could let people know about it because it is definitely a handy thing when you're trying to move that trailer around tight spaces thank you and thank you for for having me on the show we WANNA thank Ted for coming on the show and sharing the beginnings of the company and where they are now if you would like more information about.

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"valet" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

Beyond the Wheel

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"valet" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

"That will assist you in moving a trailer up to twelve thousand pounds easily and safely now you will be able to park your trailer in a tight spot that you would never been able to access before when using a trucker Gra forklift so let's begin to chat with Ted Well Hi Ted. Thanks for joining us on the PODCAST. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and your involvement and trailer Valet. La as well as give us a little background on the company itself sure first of all. Thank you for having me on the show. I started the company in Twenty Twelve January on your two thousand twelve. I attended my first trade show. It was in. La The la boat show and really the customers taught me a lot about the product so I didn't come from rb background or boating background to be honest. I didn't know much about the products. It was actually given to me by family front. The first product the trailer Taylor Valley Five Bucks that unit Handles Five Thousand Pounds Scott Jack that is attached to the unit so you don't essentially need the the Jack that's on your trailer. You could just replace Your Jack Your current existing Jack with our products and you could stow it. Take it on the road with you so you kind of have dual functions of Jack and also a Dali for whenever you need it so that's the first product I started with I want to Oh show sold. I think ten units okay so there is a market for something like this and then I I found manufacturers. I went down the route of going overseas finding manufacturers and then seeing how I can get this product made and then attended more shows and I was kind of a one man show for about two years so I was answering phone calls talking to customers anyhow orders do as much as I can trying to stay afloat and continue to build a brand and it wasn't until I launched the xl which was when and things kind of took off a little bit more so with the five x files limits. It's one product with five thousand pounds as well but with excel I I grew the market you know double with having ten thousand pounds and customers appreciate it. I think they've been waiting for a product like this a a Dolly to be able to help them move their trailer around because not everyone has a forklift waiting at home sitting at home waiting for the to help them move their trailer back back into the garage or the side of the house so a product like this. which was you know pretty affordable really solved sell a lot of problems for for our consumers? You said you we're kind of a one man show for for a little while. Do you think being that one man show helped you improve the product because you're the only person getting all the feedback doing all the the talking. Do you think that really helped you improve. What what you already had tremendously. I heard the complaints coming from the customers and so I mean one of the things I do. I try to do now is with any new employees employees that come into the company I had them. I want to have them say in customer service for a while to really understand the product because you hear first-hand you hear from customers whether it's complaints or great reviews. It's encouraging to hear the great reviews but also you kind of feel ownership. When you hear the bad ones because then you have to try to figure out how how to resolve in how to fix the situation so yes absolutely I think customer service has always been and will continue to be one of one of our most important roles goals is because we have to listen to customers. I'm glad that you mentioned a forklift. Would you say that these products replace a forklift. As far. I'm Su- moving gene the product the the travel trailers around not now as far as stockings things like that but just when it comes to move in them around not completely while I think we're still very far are from replacing the forklift though we are trying to move towards that direction but the forklift is you know I think the speed veto the forklifts and how quickly yet how quickly you can move trailer around with a forklift is just. It's something that's hard hard for us to replace but for end consumers who you know have a small space. They're not going a mile down the road or anything going a few feet. It's perfect for them to be able to stow that trailer away. Tuck it next to the garage or in the garage. I think one of the coolest thing about things about our product. What is that it empowers people to actually go out more right. You don't have to invite your friends over to help you move the boat out or move the boat in we actually have a few and we're hoping that this continues to grow but are female audience being able to actually go out and not have to rely on their partners there's or again friends to help them move either the bow or their RV out so I think the the market has really grown. You know you can really do a lot of these things yourself now without having to rely on others it's funny you mentioned that because when we first started are being weak would keep our RV in a storage lot. The parking places were incredibly tight so my wife would panic every time we had the back that RV up into that spots. She was afraid to hit somebody with your product. That was the first thing I noticed when we saw at RV was that it really makes moving that few feet into that spot it really makes it much more manageable to do that with with that instead of having to go up to the offense than have them get a forklift and pay them to put it away for you yeah. Ed exactly we've also had customers who also decided that they don't need a storage facility more because the storage facility was because of the lack of space or or it was just not knowing how to organize your trailer in your space in your land right and so we've had customers move their trailers back to their house and be able to position it exactly where they need it so that it doesn't get in the way. I'm glad that we got you on here and talking because when we saw you up the RV show in my mind when you were showing us the product I was really thinking was more of a commercial product at at wasn't so much for a residential setting for people that are just moving their boats around for Rutta. Resigning votes are much this is this is really cool to hear that somebody at home. ooh is able to take this product now and move heavy third. They're heavy boat or travel trailer and just move it around their own own property and I would imagine that it not not only makes it easier but just a safer way to they're not breaking their backs or not inviting friends over to possibly get them injured as well yeah. This is really great so I mean I we have a lot of people who come to our shows and the more of these like RV or industry shows that we attend people think dat. Our product is for businesses. We want to move towards that direction but our current products are definitely consumer based. They're all consumers love it. You know we started off marketing and selling to consumers. Still Ninety. Percent of our customers are consumers. They're the ones that need help. They're the ones that don't have the forklift. Don't have the manpower to be able to help them move. Don't have the wide open land space to be able to help them move having our products. We've sorry I'm going to bring something else up our customers one of the most common problems that they see that we see and that they experience is their raw. Aaj is however may feet wide and and their trailer is two inches less than the the with the garage and so being able to fit their trailer into the garage or into who a canopy is nearly impossible with their truck and so having one of our products helps them be able to slowly and accurately move their trailer inside this canopy our garage and I would imagine you would have you mentioned you know trying to pack the truck I would imagine that with with your which which which one would it be called the one that you stand behind and you're looking directly at the travel trailer or trailer. You have a much better view. Would that be the so we have three products like that. We have the five x we have the Excell excell pro the VR is the only one that's remote control that you can walk around around your capper and your site to be able to see exactly where you're going so you're not bump into anything the xl pro the five accent excel that's positioned towards towards the coupler and you have to hold it hold onto the product as you're moving and as you're backing up it still gives you a great view of other than getting your truck trying to look through your window window and the steering wheel being reversed and and all that actually could see a five x just being able to kind of steer it right where you want it to go. I would think so. Maybe we needed. Describe what these products Kinda look like so you're what would be what would be a good description since this is all audio and that person can actually see what this looks like they've or on on direct to your website so that he can see pictures of it. But how would you describe. It's described visually so are five X. In Our xl are are are compact the models so these units they are chain driven. It's a chain and sprocket driven products with the brake handle on top so I think it's going to be hard for me to exactly describe it to where you can visualize it but basically you crank the handle it moves the chains pains gets all the way down to the tires and the tires is what moves and propels your whole trailer. We actually added a new feature three years ago which you can take off the handle and put a drill to it so once you put a drill to it than it becomes motorized yeah that's nice in eighteen volt cordless drill or something like adding okay exactly so that making it motorized now. How is it goes faster but it's a lot cheaper as well for consumers so our competition. They have a motorized motorized. It's like a lawnmower that you Kinda us to move your trailer route right for us. It's a lot more compact because the motor is is external. Everyone has a drill. Everyone has or a lot of people have a drill. If not you can buy one for one hundred hundred dollars. Hook it up and make this whole unit make our unit motorized. Yeah I would say that you got that. You're the ones that we saw anyway were much smaller lawnmower or maybe a little larger than wheat wacker but smaller down lawnmowers of people assize size reference and I would think most the people that have toys like boats. RV's instead of certainly everybody. I know that has toys like that or even like four wheelers that they have on big trailers ars or side by sides. They all have a drill so yes you know it's not it's not something most people would have to go out and buy to make this motorized right right our customers range from just RV RV owners to build owners to cargo trailers to just any trailer out there that you you see on the market so we have this guy who he does. He enters into like barbecue. Cop titians going to these competitions. There's I don't know twenty thirty forty different trailers out there and they're all side by side back to back bumper to bumper being but maneuver your trailer into that that space that you're competing in having our product wouldn't have been possible if it weren't you know yeah if it weren't for products being able to move into that space. Will we have customers from all over all different industries of buying our products. That's incredible and you mentioned competition I never seen anything thinks like this before the RV when I saw it. I was like this is completely unique out of this guy. come up with this idea genius but I'm always amazed by what the people will come up with and maybe you mentioned in your introduction. But what gave you the scientific. How did you know that there was a need for this. I would love to take the credit credit for coming out with this product but I can't the prototype of it was given to me by family friend and so it was the five x but just hearing the feedback.

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"valet" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"valet" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I it was the driveway the way to give the give that little corner where no one else goes the driveway and if he could park a few cars at least down for the jacket valet white house valet frankie five boroughs were but sean was very very nice and fred from michael's a brooklyn also john brown nick is the minority leader now in the assembly in the state of new jersey they album say there's gonna be shut down i'll get into it in a second but it's interesting that the legislature and the governor are at odds here going to the news and there's me i just have a fascination with all the national news but locally and we have so many great folks listening in the great state of new jersey june thirtieth deadline approaches and phil murphy the governor of jersey and the states legislator a leader have yet to agree on a budget this from nj dot com they said the meeting between both parties yesterday did not result in anything with the state assembly and state senate did vote on their version anyway and it was passed by both that's huge that you'd in any political arena that's certainly if you're from jersey the assembly in the senate agreed that means mr brown nick mr sweeney mr coughlan they all agree goes to the governor's desk any he's thinking he's going to veto it why because the millionaire's tax wasn't included and you gotta give certainly you gotta give a leader brown nick credit for leading the way against the millionaires tax he can't we can't drive anymore people at here and and and state senator present president steve sweeney steve won't we just wanted to go down either so mr brown nick will join us we reached out to be fair to senate president sweeney several see what's going on that's huge that huge so we'll keep keep an eye on that you know charles krauthammer died you saw that and he wrote that letter that very very moving press release about him he we didn't know where he was was on the wasn't on the air you didn't know you know he'd been paralyzed all those years from swimming accident.

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"valet" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"valet" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

"A s hall i was in a ten year that senator twoyear plan but no work now we're not a real big college family they want me to go to college i said you know this is a great athlete should do this um my dad even to this day when i when i went to leave the mortgage company that i and a working for his a marketing director at i some goethe's interview valet thing is what i'm doing he and he kinda goes way way ola should you go back to school instead and i said well dead i could but honestly between getting of this this new title and and writing my book in the in building my brand i could invest in my and myself and up making you know twenty grand a year a air twenty grand uh speech sunday rather than trying to pay twenty grand a year four or a semester whatever it is for university out even though the crosses anymore but you know i said i can write my own future rather than try to wait to school and he still doesn't really believe it or not you're saying i i was i was just curious because you're in life we're we're we are a product of the of the environment we were raised and and neither my parents finish college either so is going to erase so gives you move on from from doing the the news being a producer and you go into a mortgage company you would which would director in for the sake of time uh how long do you do that i was there six years i started the market department has just me uh reading blogs doing social media and creating my own videos from from from recipe to finish product it was all me at the time and i built up a team of nine of us i think it was a big red before i left so what a great lori berenson so what will they wore that mejia learnings you took away from basically being a oneman shopped i think that i think for me if i ever expanded had a team of podcast people i would be so happy from the state like like just just sorry side note new podcast i listen to who clearly have no one who understand sound whatsoever good.

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"valet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"valet" Discussed on KOMO

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"valet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"valet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Old and the younger voters are not going to vote for him we've seen a clear age wind in this thing the old conservatives voted you and more and the younger voters even the ones that are republicans did not vote for him what why did did was more able to beat the strange we strange as a a believe a former attorney general in alabama and yet and and was obviously holding the seat for while for room for jeff sessions when sessions became attorney general us attorney general what was it that that allowed more to beat strange winter strange had two major problems going into this election number one he was appointed by former governor robert bentley robert valet was removed or some some bad things he did some odd misconduct he had within office the uh the state about him removed him from office and after that happened people believed that it was kind of a work together processed foods luke stranger strange robert bentley for him to get that appointments of people didn't like that he was in washington dc the other factor was mitch mcconnell the establishment republicans in this race really rear their ugly head they put a lot of money behind lose their strange and asked we've seen steve bannon down here campaigning threw away more for the last three months seabed and really stepped out there and said hey do you want mitch mcconnell controlling your state election and there's a lot of people the base for roy more stuffed up and said no we do not like the establishment we are donald trump supporters we want to drain the swamp and therefore they wanted any candidate but luther strange at that point and ruined more benefited from that especially with his stand up against samesex marriage and a stand up for the amendments that got him removed from office both times but people love him down here there are a lot of people that have stood up for him and they're gonna continue to stand up until this one is call the final race and at eighty six percent of will say doug jones has taken the lead by seven thousand votes uh not sure how much that's going to hold but i expect that lead to grow as we uh though you see.

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"valet" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"valet" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Stephanie valet apologized for all the confusion this morning the quebec justice minister was at a press conference in quebec city where she released the rules governing hernu feasc covering law bill sixty two has been called a burqa ban because it prohibits people from covering their faces when they're either giving receiving a public service minister valley however insisted once again this morning that the law is not meant to target the small number of muslim women who believed their religion requires them to wear the veil we reached justice minister stephanie valley in quebec city mr they how many women where the faceveil in quebec we don't have precise number it's it's around a hundred but bill and 62 is definitely not about those 100person well what's the bill above well the bill is first of all enact that uh is implying d adherence to states religious neutrality it also provides the framework for request for accommodation on religious ground and get back and it provides that uncovered face is air requirement for personal members of a public body fat work in a function and also a personal request to service from a member of the body also have to have their faith uncover wild the service is being provided super who besides women who have their these one hundred women we've heard ismalic twelve who is it that you are aiming this bill at besides the women who covered their faces for religious reasons in fact the bill is called religious new t dudes neutrality law so it is aimed at people who covered their faces for religious reasons is it not.

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"valet" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"valet" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Are your members it so distinct brings like thanksgiving break christmas break easter break every break that i had i went and did auditions and yeah made it in the end to this was your sophomore year at harvard and you were taking these these dance experiences at harvard was this is is there a dance major at harvard or was this all extracurricular each was all extracurricular why was it wasn't sure sting because we do here in a guest just one or two episodes ago talking about the dance extracurricular program at mit and you had virtually the same thing that there's like these really well developed really sophisticated dance programs at these you know top colleges that you would never have thought of yeah and at harvard just made dance part of a department it's theatre dance and uh film this last year but when i was there it was extracurricular all of it and a lot of it was actually student run wajdi a a lot of reproductions were student run and it just meant that we were that much more enthusiastic about it that much more appreciative of it that much more invested in it i mean those experiences were life changing an incredible and i i would actually never experienced anything like that before you know after that yeah i have to say i did a lot of student theater in college where we were producing at her and there was nothing like it it also just that feeling of like getting your hands dirty in it having night howard could you what you wanted to do i recommend it to anybody who's interested in that just the agency it gives you i think also him down and i would argue that i learned my best entrepreneurship skills from producing student theater oh yeah yeah yeah so and you get a lot of appreciation for directors later on in life so true so when did you dance with it so you said on your brakes merit you were you know additioning for different companies and at some point in your harvard career didn't deserve rick valet come into your life.

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"valet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"valet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Arrested two men with a stash of xanax ice says nearly five hundred people wanted for these men had about four thousand pills the street value for the 4000 say next pills as about ten thousand dollars they were then booked for possession of a controlled substance for sale costa mesa police spokeswoman roxie viag's says the man also had about five hundred bucks in cash she says police found the stash of prescription drugs after someone called it about a suspicious car andrew mullin back kfi news a freeway connector east of la axes now shut down for the rest of the year the transition from the northbound 405 to the east 105 is closed for a four point three milliondollar makeover mark bischoff with count trans tells ktla crews will be making major improvements to the freeway they're going to remove the concrete they're going to remove the foundation underneath the current'dream install new dreams and rebuild the brandi him so the roadway will actually be gone emily's mom of real estate do love dravid passed by the suggested detour is the exit at imperial highway the connector between the north 405 and west 105 which goes to alley acts will be closed overnight tonight and tomorrow as part of the jacked president trump has waived shipping law known as the jones acts of foreign ships can take disaster relief to puerto rico it's the same move trump made after the hurricanes in texas and florida some democrats in congress spoke out this morning against what they say is too slow a response from the white house puerto rico i'm rose see stores are american citizens the effort in every conflict they have at what they have valet for our freedoms new york democratic congresswoman at nydia velazquez who was born in puerto rico called white house response inexcusably slow the white house denies that a new poll from abc news and the washington post says.

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