35 Burst results for "Vicki"
America Deserved to See the Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Televised
"Of course we got the Ghislaine Maxwell's situation, and this is perhaps the most bullshit ever. This could be the trial of the century second only to O. J. Simpson. Naturally, the Jeffrey Epstein trial would have been all that and a bag of nuts, but we didn't get that because, well, either he was killed or he killed himself, but he's gone. So then you get his second in command, his gal Friday, his right hand man, Ghislaine Maxwell, I mean, I make jokes about this, but these are two people who are involved in sex trafficking, pedophilia. You know, we can't, we can't act like, oh, well, they just like to get laid and this is an awful thing these two are involved in. I can't believe we, as Americans, are not able to see this trial. I can't believe there's nobody streaming this trial. Hulu? Amazon, Netflix? Nope, Disney+, perhaps? After all, it is about kids. Can anybody? I know they can't. I'm just saying, I know the judge says, no, we're not getting any no cameras in the courtroom. So all you're going to get are people who come out of the court at night and talk to quote unquote journalists who are folks standing in the street with a microphone or an iPhone and go live. You've got to search these people out. The one correspondent, the one journalist you need to hear from regularly throughout this trial would be Vicki ward. She's somebody that has written extensively about Ghislaine Maxwell. She knows everything about her. I don't know if she's in the courtroom, I would assume she is, but we're not gonna get to see anything. And it's a shame, I think yesterday are two days ago, the first day of the trial, some people spilled out of the courtroom and talked freedom fires is that there's an Instagram page, freedom, fires, they've got this woman on the street, really interesting black woman named Joe. She's good, she likes to get information out about what she's hearing. I don't think she'll be back in there after she kind of spilled her guts as to what this looks like. So they're probably gonna deny her access, which is really a shame. We were supposed to know about this. This can't be held in a dark room with no light is shined upon it. It ain't right, man.
Danielle's Advice for Would-Be College Students and Their Parents
"Hi, this is Vicky. Being that you are young, conservative and the university graduate. What advice do you have for young person of similar beliefs faced with the liberal progressive agenda that is found on our college and university campuses. How do you think parents can prepare their children for this experience? Thank you for calling in, Vicki. Wow, what a conundrum of our time. Vicky is asking what you should do if you are a student looking to go to college or even a parent, how do you decide where your child should go to college, considering the current state of political indoctrination and higher education? Well, I'm going to be very honest Vicki, if we were living in another time, I might have said, sure. Send your child to the best school they get into or a school that suits their major or what they want to do and so on. But in today's environment, I think a lot of parents who did that are having buyers remorse. Because so many parents have one child who goes to awoke school and graduates just fine, as strong as ever, but then they have another child who graduates from a woke school, a completely different person. Completely indoctrinated. And so they have regrets and wish they had never sent the second child there. And I will say that indoctrination happens because one, these schools are becoming worthless cesspools of leftism and Marxism and are imposing one party views on the students and two some young people just aren't strong enough to take it. For some, it changes you. For me, it made me so much more aware of how evil the left is and it had the opposite effect on me and radicalized me to be even more political and conservative.
"vicki" Discussed on Code Story
"The product and for your team? You know, it's a stage we've just started to pick up to take off with our corporate sales and the good thing about it that we've started to get incoming requests from really big brands like Galileo Lafayette Disney dance to and since we still don't have a marketing strategy or like marketing team, it's purely organic at this point, but the good thing that it became kind of word of mouthing and maybe in a way like probably like grows. So we are currently shifting to aggressive aggressive sales into big brands. And in terms of numbers, I would say that for the next 12 months, our goal is to hit 5 million dollars in annual recurring revenue. Well, let's switch to you, Vicki, who influences the way that you work. Name someone or multiple people or something, you look up to and why. There are so many people earlier on, I think parents and like my tennis coach and my teachers and you know every actually you know I can say like every day I meet you, people who inspire me a lot. It might be, I don't know, scientists or entrepreneurs or actually however. So it's difficult to name just specific people or characters, I don't know, and probably books as well. So I'm just open minded. I keep looking around. And this is a reason why I fell in love in building company because, you know, being a founder, you are able to meet a lot of people like potential counterparts or mentors or investors and you keep learning a lot like every day from all of these people. So we talked about a mistake earlier, but a little bit different spin. If you could go back to the beginning, what would you do different or where would you consider taking a different approach? You know, I wouldn't have changed anything at all. I think that maybe it's a faith. So maybe it's a destiny, I don't know. But it was my path to learn things to get experience and to get to the point where I am now. And to build a company like used with all its achievements at this stage. So, you know, it's very difficult. So you should you should probably learn from your mistakes and keep an ELISA analyzing it and not to repeat them in again and again and again. But I don't think that we should change anything. Well, last question, Vicky. So you're getting on a plane and you're sitting next to a young entrepreneur who's built the next big thing. They're jazzed about it. They can't wait to show it off to the world and can't wait to show it off to you right there on the plane. What advice do you give that person, having gone down this road a bit? Don't be afraid to fail. It's a very important part of your adventure and on the way to your success. So just be passionate, do whatever you really love. And enjoy it. And don't be afraid. Don't be afraid, yeah. I think that's fantastic advice. Will Vicki thank you for being on the show today, and thank you for telling the creation story of you. And this concludes another chapter of coat story.
"vicki" Discussed on Code Story
"Commodity. Find out more by visiting nearby dot com slash code story. You know, it's a really interesting segue into my next question. You know, talking about feedback from customers. I'm curious how you progress the product from there and matured it, and to kind of wrap that in a box when I'm looking for is how you build your road map. And how you went about deciding, okay, this is the next most important thing to build. You keep changing your road meth a lot. I mean, not in terms of features, like usually you have a fundamental vision. You know where you want to get and you know what are the major pain points you are trying to solve, right? So you have kind of understanding of the general architecture of your solution and the major features you want to deliver. But then there are a lot of small steps in between. And that's why it's very important you know to deliver your solution to your potential customers as soon as possible and architecture honestly like I remember the first day, let's say yeah, they will be or even months, you know, we delivered our solution to the public, product hunt, and then better list, I guess, and you know, I was so scared because it looked ugly and they were like, you know, a couple of features that's it. But immediately we started to get a lot of feedback. What we need to deliver. What are the major issues of what are the bugs, water, the biggest challenges of our potential audience, and then you start to understand, okay, who is actually your ideal customer profile? And again, when you try to find this ideal client, you keep iterating a lot because initially, we were thinking, we are building a better factory for small guys like for small businesses for, I
"vicki" Discussed on Code Story
"I remember the first day, let's say, yeah, they will be or even months, you know, we delivered our solution to the public, product fund, and then better list, I guess, and you know, I was so scared because it looked ugly and they were like, you know, a couple of features that's it. But immediately we started to get a lot of feedback. What we need to deliver. What are the major issues of what are the bugs, water, the biggest challenges of all potential audience, and then you start to understand, okay, who is actually your ideal customer profile? And Victoria, I'm the founder and CEO of. This is code story. The podcast bringing you interviews with tech visionaries. Who share in the critical minds of what it takes to change an industry and build and lead a team that has your back. I'm your host, Noah lab part. And today, how big you do it? Created the platform for you to go live faster. Streamline your approvals and automate ad versioning. All this and more. On code story. Vicky dubin's background is actually in physics and applied mathematics. Prior to graduation, she was a professional tennis player, having played since she was four years old. She loves science and thought it was going to be her future. The post graduation she joined a hedge fund while waiting to start on her PhD. She found great joy at the trading desk of the hedge fund, which is how she quit science, and eventually went to venture and entrepreneurship. Outside of tech, she still plays tennis and likes to ski. Prior to her current venture, Vicki and her team had built a tool around creating rich media ads. During the peak seasons for advertisements, she noticed her team having to reject request due to the fact that they couldn't digest the project with their limited capacity. And there was no tool out there to support digital display ads. This is the creation story of views. Used is a B2B sales tool.
Biden's DOJ Is Knowingly Disrupting Mike Lindell's Five Businesses
"They did. They asked him about election integrity. They asked him about, I guess, a case in Denver, they asked him about people, he's Friends with. And it turns out Denver FBI spokeswoman Vicki ma Goya issued a statement saying in part without commenting on this specific matter, I can confirm that the FBI was at that location executing a search warrant authorized by a federal judge. Lindell went on to explain that after they asked him questions, the FBI agents confiscated his cell phone. There's cut three, guys. He goes, we're taking your cell phone. We have a warrant for your cell phone. I go, no, I said my whole company, I run 5 companies off that. I don't have a computer. My hearing aids run off this. Everything runs off my phone. I said, and then I said, if I don't give it to you, will you arrest me then? And I'm just, you know, I'm going, are you kidding me? You're not getting my phone. Well, they got his phone. And they're scrambling at my pillow because Mike's a little bit old school. He doesn't have a bunch of computers. He does run the company using his cell phone. He runs 5 companies using the cell phone. A cell phone that now the FBI and the Justice Department, Biden's Justice Department is disseminating
Carol Burnett and Stephanie Discuss Female Comedy Legends
"It's so interesting that it generations that, you know, Lucy was your idol and then you of course became because I mean, yeah, if you had a woman in comedy, it was Lucy. It was Carol. Yeah. You know, and then like Vicki Lawrence felt that way about you and could barely speak when she met you. And then lily Tom would, of course, is my other hero. There are the one name comedy legends, right? Yeah. I'll never forget, oh, that was the other time that was the first time I was supposed to meet your mom member? Yes, it was. She and lily were supposed to host an event at the game lesbian center. And sister's husband passed away. I know, I know. So I had to go be with her. But I just want you to know, thank you for I lost 20 pounds in a day because I was sweating all day long because I was sitting lily and Jane's table and I was going to meet you for the first time in my life. And then right before they were like, oh, Carol had to cancel. And then lily went on. No, that was hilarious. So lily played your part and her part. Oh, that's funny. And it was hilarious. And she was kept going. And this is where Carol was supposed to say. And then she would shake her fist at you like you were backstage. And then she'd do a line and she'd be like, well, that'd be a lot funnier of Carol had said it.
Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt
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Sheriff: Ex-jail official, inmate she helped escape caught
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Alabama prison official missing after escorting inmate
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"vicki" Discussed on Community News
"He was like a weird diary of scoundrel. And then we just decided to just be good yets and open them up and read them. Love it. Share it with people. I mean, why not? So all different people who lived at the trailer park different ages, different that's going to be so cool. I can't wait to hear these secrets. Yeah, yeah, it's pretty fun. You know, it's very cool to just kind of secretly, I don't know, it's like very kind of like a voyeur or something like just watching somebody through their window. Vicki's a Scorpio. She loves all that shit. And so far from your readings, is there a lot of affairs? What is most of the writing about, which is the next one we're going to read, we've just kind of looked at a little bit of it just so we don't want to get ahead of it, but it's very nasty. But the one we found first one was a young teenage girl and it's like young love and it's like almost like there's like mystery adventures involved and it was really amazing. It was kind of like a lifetime movie. That's awesome. But without Judith light. It's so good. I can't wait till the show tonight now. Paul and I are going to be in the front row. We've got VIP tickets at the community center because we're town port famous. Right. What do you guys think in terms of like, you know, we're kind of both of us in a little bit, well, we're not really, we kind of risque. You know what I'm saying? I mean, I wasn't America's Got Talent, but that's not the show I usually do for adults. 20 years plus each. We were like, we're a little comedy warrior women. Right. And so do you think, do you think we should tone it down? Do you think we should tone it down or what? No. A 100%, no. Offend as many people as you can. That is the goal. Of our podcast. Our podcast too, yeah, because we're always trying to get everybody to loosen up the corn holes in town. We're trying to get everything to loosen it up. But your AGT sets were great. You're America's Got Talent, but you're saying you had to clean it up for Simon and PG TV and all that. But here, I will tell you something very funny is that. Luckily this is the community center event. So you're going to have a cross section. So I think it's going to be okay. The judgment in clown's port, huh? Well, court, I love it. Now tonight, when you're performing here, are you going to say it's great to be here in clowns port? Are you going to try and commit town port to memory? What else did you call it? No, she won't come close to you. I'd like to observe what what's going on in the town, which is a big nothing, but I'd like to observe where they put us and I'll talk about that. I mean, we're definitely talking about the high Ho. I mean, Mickey loves it. She thinks it's like a 5 star. But I know better. It's not a dog. It's shit. You know what else you should do while you're up there, Sean. I'm not even kidding. Since you're newly divorced, you should ask for how many divorced hedge fund guys are in the audience. I'm on it. I like to go into the audience and talk to the people. So I'll find myself my, I'll find a second husband. What if you do? I will leave and you're going to live here and not with me. I am not moving. And I have not..
"vicki" Discussed on Community News
"We're not eating ever. We're not eating tonight. We did like a kickball change pivot turn, cartoon. We had no as soon as we saw there like, well, we can't help we can't see you right now. We're looking for this gentleman's teeth. And we were like, oh my God, it's so great. You can't even write that. I never heard of pea soup Anderson to be honest, but I'm going to tell you a little secret that you might well, Sean, probably shares it with me, but Vicki, you might be like, oh my goodness, another Sean. I've never eaten at an Applebee's. Oh, lucky you, well. I unfortunately ate at one once. Okay. What happens? Well, I mean, I got indigestion and then, you know, the rest is history. That was it. And then I was dead. Yeah. Do you know what I mean? I will say that's one thing that keeps town port upscale. We don't have an Applebee's. We don't have a TGI Fridays or a ruby Tuesdays or we don't have a lot of creation either. We have McDonald's. We have one McDonald's and when I was growing up, there was a Burger King that at some point became a dairy Queen, and I don't know what it is. No, it became an Indian restaurant, don't you remember the drive-through Indian restaurant? Dairy queens do. That was the other Burger King, but I don't know. To us in town walk and he and I went there. It's a Burger King. They turned it into an Indian restaurant, and I want to tell you the funniest part about it was that you didn't change any of the furniture. So it was like leather of a Burger King and everything was just like a Burger King other than that then there was this huge Indian buffet. And the food was actually really good. But I could never get over the fact that I was sitting in Burger King that still looked like Burger King. And then sadly. It went out of business. You know, you live in a big city girls..
"vicki" Discussed on Community News
"It would have ruined the night if I dropped one, but that makes sense. But I see what you mean. You don't need four new place settings at home. What are you going to do with that? So you didn't want to be stuck with it. And if you put it on Facebook marketplace, forget it. Everybody just writes, is this still available? Is this still available? Is this still available? And no one ever comes to see it. And then somebody offers you like three cents. So yeah. From my experience in trying to resell anything. That's why I just give it all away. Is this still available? No, I'm just kidding. Automatic, is this still available? Right. Funny, back to the cornhole. I just want to say, I'm impressed that Vicki's like a professional almost. Semi professional cornhole. Paul is now a new sort of convert to cornhole. Me and Shawn seem like almost cornhole in virgins. I haven't done much cornhole. Oh, I doubt you're a cornhole virgin. I kind of doubt that. Paul, I'm some kind of whole virgin. And if I'm any whole virgin, it's gonna be important over. Let's just say that right now. I think we'd agree to that. It might be the only opportunity to carry through the next 5. Honestly, surprised, but we don't even go there. I just want to say going back to that. I have questions for Vicki about cornhole. Because when I have seen Cornwall sets, some of them are like Mickey Mouse and they're like cartoon characters that you're trying to put it in their mouth. I've seen other ones where it's like tomato apple. Is there a hierarchy in the cornhole sets of what these because it seems like it could be anything on the wood. They put anything. And then the great thing about cornhole. I actually have a light upset that we play with at night. So the things are all LED lights. So that's kind of darkness. Throw into the dark. You know what? Just gets better and better. You're playing it. It's been great. But that's the modern LED is like the thing. That must be like a very aesthetically cool looking cornhole set..
"vicki" Discussed on Community News
"And also RV parks and campgrounds across America, you will never come to a campground pull up a trailer and not find yourself in a cornhole game if you want to be in one. Then you meet the other campers. Social? Now that's, of course, wine from a box, I would assume, right? Nice box wine. You can bring it out the cornhole. I don't know. This all sounds treacherous to me. I can think of so many ways to spend my time. I can't. Not cornhole. I can't think of a better way to spend an afternoon. I just have a question about the trailer park. In the hierarchy, which is higher, the queen or the manager. That's what I want to know because you've been referred to as both. So are you the queen, the manager, one and the same? And trophy wife. Trophy wife. You forgot that. You know, yeah. You know, it's just the idea. There is a hierarchy in a trailer park. It's like any high school, any trailer park you go to, it's just like high school, where your trailer is located in the park, says something about who you are, your status, and that's the fact of life, you know? It's just a fact of life. I mean, it really, you got to see the landscape outside everybody's trailer park. And that's that's how you can tell who is the hierarchy of every trailer party. They're aluminum, you know, kind of shape it's in all the rocks. That would kind of car you're driving. It's what kind of trailer you're living in. Yeah. Considered a bigger deal than sort of a simple studio. Single wides are just, they're just, I don't know how you say it. They're just pretty much all the parks are trying to get rid of them. I certainly love a good single vibe with a pop out in the deck. I'm not against it. I love a nice adorable single wide. You can do a lot with them. What I really hate is Triple H because they're so ostentatious. All right. I think they should be banned. I don't think I've ever heard of a triple one. Like vapes. It's literally triple scripture. I never heard of that. So that's sort of the deluxe in any trailer park. There's nothing wrong with the deluxe size. Is there? You would like it. One of your giant condoms. Listen, I just moved. I just moved into the trailer park. And really not by choice because just because I'm going through an ugly divorce right now in court. And so it's been a big kind of life-changing time for me, but I'm just trying to do the best I can. Vicki's been great. I'm just still trying to get used to the trailer life, but you know I'm really like sprucing up my trailer. I've got like just getting my Versace fountain. Did you see that? Did you see the workers bring in the Versace fountain? It's a volcano. It's not a volcano. It's a volcano. You're not worried about having that outside. Won't somebody want to steal it and just sell it? No. No. No. And they're looking for Prius catalytic converters. They're not looking for cooking for my Versace fountain. But I mean, I've got like, I mean, I have this chandelier from France coming..
Nets win in Irving's return...Mavs whip Warriors
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm sure sure the the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets were were doing doing just just fine fine without without chi chi recurring recurring but but there's there's no no doubt doubt that that Irving Irving completes completes the the nets nets as as a a legitimate legitimate contender contender for for an an NBA NBA title title Irving Irving stepped stepped back back onto onto an an NBA NBA court court playing playing for for first first time time this this season season help help rally rally the the nets nets from from a a nineteen nineteen point point deficit deficit in in a a one one twenty twenty nine nine one one twenty twenty one one women women at at Indiana Indiana Tom Tom McCabe McCabe reports reports erring erring whose whose vaccination vaccination status status keeps keeps him him from from playing playing in in New New York York City City scored scored twenty twenty two two points points as as Brooklyn Brooklyn snapped snapped a a three three game game losing losing streak streak at at this this stage stage you you know know taking taking off off a a months months or or or or being being out out again again for for eight eight months months and and coming coming back back in in it it was was so so much much uncertainty uncertainty ages ages how how many many minutes minutes you you know know was was the the Florida Florida game game going going to to be be like like you you know know how how my my team team is is gonna gonna feel feel that that was was the the game game flow flow down down B. B. Kevin Kevin Durant Durant led led the the nets nets with with thirty thirty nine nine points points Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis booklet booklet out out twenty twenty four four and and twelve twelve sitting sitting in in the the second second seed seed in in the the Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Dallas Dallas retired retired the the jerseys jerseys of of great great director director Vicki Vicki cut cut golden golden state's state's Steph Steph curry curry on on a a cold cold shooting shooting night night and and beat beat the the warriors warriors ninety ninety nine nine eighty eighty two two mavs mavs coach coach Jason Jason Kidd Kidd said said they they played played a a perfect perfect game game against against curry curry and and the the warriors warriors play play heart heart and and going going to to school school or or what what was was going going to to score score the the staff staff is is not not make make threes threes we we just just try try to to make make it it as as tough tough as as possible possible injury injury just just five five of of twenty twenty four four from from the the field field and and forty forty points points NFL NFL news news the the top top seed seed in in the the AFC AFC the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans have have cleared cleared workhorse workhorse running running back back Derrick Derrick Henry Henry returned returned to to the the practice practice field field Henry Henry last last year's year's AP AP NFL NFL offense offense a a player player of of the the year year has has been been out out since since late late October October with with a a broken broken foot foot the the hottest hottest team team in in the the NHL NHL continues continues to to pile pile up up wins wins Pittsburgh Pittsburgh overcame overcame a a slow slow start start got got two two goals goals from from Bryan Bryan rust rust in in a a five five three three win win over over St St Louis Louis our our ability ability to to win win different different ways ways I I think think is is that that this this has has been been coming coming out out lately lately I I think think I I think think that's that's a a that's that's a a sign sign of of good good things things and and hopefully hopefully we we can can keep keep building building on on that that one one college college basketball basketball game game involving involving two two top top twenty twenty five five teams teams eleventh eleventh ranked ranked Iowa Iowa state state beat beat number number twenty twenty five five Texas Texas tech tech fifty fifty one one forty forty seven seven Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports
Standup Comedy Barry Neal Interview Headliner & Booking Agent Show #88 - burst 01
"I was not dating anybody in college about relationships. And i'm not gonna talk about politics. That wasn't in politics. So it's just what did i know. I knew sports nine new tv. Stoa figure start there. Will you know that's good advice for anybody listening. That wants to be a comic. You gotta talk about what you know and then have it something that everybody in the audience can relate to so talking about television. Really in sports are a good place to start so you started off in chicago. How did you end up over in europe. i played hockey On a traveling team in oh cool and then. My coach was originally played on the swedish olympic team. Way back when and We were pretty good traveling team and he thought we should take a group of all stars and represent laker the team. Usa and I was selected to be the gold one of the goalies on the team. And so i have my little team. Usa jersey and I got to play with a vicki. No hockey It was a thrill. Because i always played against him in chicago but now he was my was tony granato. Who's an all who is an all-star for the los angeles kings wow kings. Yeah no everyone in hockey knows that name. And that's amazing. Congratulations how cool and and again. I have known you a long time and had no idea. You had a hockey background. And how proud you must have been to represent america overseas if you know what it was kind of cool because it was a time where you read or at olympic the miracle on ice and toast to be over there and has the european crouching. Usa was just it was it was cool. It was something one of the highlights of my life along with having kids and being married but definitely gone over then representing the country was pretty cool. Okay
"vicki" Discussed on The Current
"Well it's not often that a writer bursts onto the publishing scene in wins acclaim as an exciting new voice when she is in her seventies. But that is exactly what happened to the canadian-born author vicki leveaux harvey after her memoir the erratics one australia's prestigious stella prize in two thousand nineteen now. That book has since been published in north america. And it's been winning. Praise from readers and critics alike ever since her memoir is the story of a daughter caring for an ailing father in the shadow of a narcissistic mother. And it's all set against the beautiful backdrop of alberta's rocky mountain foothills of vicky leveaux harvey spoke with matt galloway last year. Here's their conversation. How does it feel to be famous writer in your seventies. Well i think famous pretty word. This has been quite an unexpected development for somebody in years past retirement and On top of that. I'm a bit of hermit so this is not the kind of thing that is usually at all on my radar. What does the experience been like. I've spoken with a number of writers and they always say you write the book for yourself in some ways and you have no idea how it's going to be received when it goes out into the universe and this goes out into the universe and people love it. What does that mean like well. It's been an absolutely mind boggling and wonderful. It's been a wonderful experience. But i didn't write to book thinking that it would go out into the universe because i've always written but i'm not very good at Sending things out into the universe. I love the process of writing. It's migrate passion. And i just want to get it right on the page at night. Have a lot of trouble seeing beyond that and i very very seldom send anything out into the universe. This was a bit of a quirk of fate. And look what happened. What happened indeed. The title of the book is fascinating. And you talk about it right at the very beginning. What does the erratics mean. I mean it can be taken a couple of different ways. I suppose yes. That's what i love about it..
"vicki" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Me would be preparation learning and honesty so all the work on my whole career even without even knowing it until actually i wrote the book and being delivered about it was that learning is really important to me. I am a lifelong learner but it really started in that moment in first grade. Wow i love. I love how you take that pivotal moment and and really look at the application of today and how that really impacted your life. You know when we talk about memories overall when someone remembers something. There's a there's a difference between remember it as a fleeting moment or remembering in a visceral way. So kind of what you're saying visceral memory is going to be you. Use all your internal five senses and to remember it so what was what did it look like in the classroom. Never was clapping. What did what did you hear. What did you see what you feel. You feel the papers. What did you you know. Whatever the object tasting hanging. Unless you're buying something everybody better smell. You know whatever it was and so when the more of your five senses you use in your mind when you recall calling memory the more that memory becomes a permeates in your mind it becomes more real as opposed to a fleeting thought is usually when we have a memory like a funny memory or something. We remember the feeling but we don't remember the experience and so when you remember the only feeling it it's hard to recall leader and so when we processed quote negative emotions negative situations we. That's what we do. Is we use oliver five senses. And that's why that becomes more of a powerful memory negative memory. Because that's what we're doing exactly what i'm saying you using all your internal five senses to recall what happened with that person said this or did you see the way that they stood so when you talk about like that if your friends you're creating that remembrance so to do what you're doing is to create a visceral memory by using all of your five senses in that memory and the more you recall the greater more powerful than memory will be yes beautifully fed and i'm doing a workshop tomorrow and i'm going to use some of that in any one thing i would add. Is it really is important to write it down at least for the worst in the book because and you you know these experiences again this is why use the word we awake. And because you know five years from now you may be adding to your repertoire of experiences and you know and so it's then you say oh my gosh i visting encountered another one. I'm going to add it to my list. And what did i learn about what how our my values changed as a result of that experience etc when so when you write it down as well currently read it down. You're also then using now your external senses so you're remembering your the memory five senses and then now as you're writing something down your sense of touch is you're using your penner. You're typing it yours. Yours sense of hearing as you hear some scribble on the paper. You see it. So it's the same concept so the more of your five senses us and you remember something it really solidifies that as well. It's so funny that you bring this up. It's i hadn't done this in year. So i used to teach how you do a timeline for your life and we would do that quite a bit. We do that in my graduate work and then for patients it was. I did it for a really long time. But i haven't actually done that myself in years. But exactly what you're saying going through the pivotal moments of of what you remember. And so i love this because i actually had to go back and do this especially when it when i purchase your book and kind of go through this myself because what artless pivotal moment. So i love from psychology to the timelines but you are also doing this and the pivotal moments to really understand who you are and who you are not and how that really shaped you are today. So brilliantly done i mean. That's why he's not much. Oh my god you talk about curiosity how that plays into success. I wanna hear more about that. What does that mean for you. Yeah you know. I love the words. I wonder and when you're at work if you can allow yourself you know a lot of times. We're sort of in a hamster wheel where just going going going going going. And it's we don't stop to wonder where really continuing this sort of the next has done in tech apartments of inks to do but if we can find some space in our lives whether it's personally or professionally both hopefully both where we ask ourselves you know. I wonder what it would be like if we did this process a little differently or i wonder what it would look like if i could have a meaningful conversation with james instead of always bickering with them You know it's it's some of those things you know being curious when you're curious and you don't go into the situation thinking that you already know everything or you don't know everything and he'd say you know what i'm going to be open to learning something from this experience and i'm going to be brave enough actually share what i learned with someone else who can possibly take action on what i've experienced think that Yeah i think that as a manager over my career when someone would come in and say. I wonder if this process could be fixed. So that we'd skip outstep seventy nine in pen and and then you know good leaders will say hey. Can you tell me more about that. I'd really love to see your idea. And then when that then you when you bring that to life at is just i still get goosebumps when that happens and i think to be to have all members. Beware of this obviously in life. We're looking around more self actualized individuals people who know just show up like you said offense authentically really showing the authenticity part of himself. Authentic themselves me to hopefully. That's the goal for everyone and so to be able to be vulnerable to be vulnerable and telling someone this is probably a very difficult thing for some people. That's my sumptious which is a fear man so when you have this fear but knowing that you can trust the people with whom we're speaking because they are they've given you permission to be authentic and they want you to be yourself. I would assume that that would be kind of a a parallel process. So here i am. You come to me with a idea and you are telling me this and then to me to be authentic in my response is not going to be that of now. I can't believe this is ridiculous so to have two people both grow at the same time from the maybe hierarchy level the boss versus employees or just to humans talking. I think that's such a beautiful parallel process that we're everyone's learning together so even though i'm learning something from maybe a subordinate but i'm also learning how to be more authentic in my responses authentic in. Yeah i don't know everything. So i would love to learn more or teach me out so i think it's it goes hand in hand lately. Are we both learned together. But we're both showing up more authentically in that respect that we can really get to the root of what's happening as opposed to all the fluff. That many times happens incorporations. Yeah and you know james. I think there's one more book in me. At least and i wrote this sort of not necessarily for leaders but for people who are trying to be themselves you know on a daily basis at work But you know if this pandemic we've all been through has taught us anything. It's that the people that you're working with and and surrounded by your neighbors et cetera or all human beings we have you know an zoom and work meetings that we've had now you've had an opportunity to sort of get a sneak peek into their lives a little some of that. And you know if we can't take the guard down brennan brown of course has done some wonderful work on vulnerability in my book. I talk about a bunch of different fears that The readers may have and how to address them. Because i think fear is so important and sometimes we just have to acknowledge that a lot of leaders who really aren't very skilled and really also aren't very confident in their leadership. And i've had a couple of those in my career in. It's a real bummer. When it happens so sometimes you have to be the bigger person in the better leader even though you may not have that particular position in the organization yet no that's billion. I wish we could talk more times already. Have by this point. Units is literally like by so and others are gonna find out more about you and purchase your book. Authenticity reawakened the path to owning your life story and fulfilling your purpose where they find all this information online though you can find me at vicki's neighbor dot com that's b. i c. k. is e. n. a. v. o. r. dot com and. I owed something every single day on all the socials. But if you go to vicki's neighbor dot com you'll see my weekly blog and more and then my book is available on amazon wonderful. My listeners know that if they can't find this information any other place simply go to the show notes. James miller life algae dot com. And i will link with vicki's neighbor vicky. Thank you so it's a.
"vicki" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Of brands that you may even with like coach for example alley at the the the it basically there will a series of. Ipo's in the early two thousand and so that the brand exists but nothing company per se but as it's wonderful when you work for some or for an organization or for leader it actually seize your enthusiasm and says you know what. I'm not an care so much about whether you have certain degree. But if you if you're willing to learn and dig in and i'm gonna give you every opportunity possible It's fun i- hoefler. Many more or physicians sit ios managers like that per share. One thing that. I really appreciate about you as you when you're at work or just kind of looking around at your co workers and even yourself you really recognized how when people show up authentically that they do their best work. Can you walk me through that. What does not your authentic. Does that mean yeah. So great question james so the first thing i would say i want to give a working definition of for authenticity because when i started to write the book I did the research and read hundreds and hundreds of academic journals and books and things like that but there is no one solid definition of authenticity. But my working definition is the following to know who you are to know what matters most to you and the show up in the world in a way that reflects that to the extent that you wish to do so and the reason i say to the extent that you wish to do so is that it's important that you know who you are and you know what matters but you don't have to go to work or or an event or life experiences and tell everybody everything sure that you don't want to so it that's what i believe is so important and so as a ultimately made my way to the c. suite. I wanted to be the kind of leader at would look at the person sitting across the table from me and say listen. Please don't edit yourself. I want you to tell me exactly what you're thinking in the way that you would say it. Don't try to mimic somebody else. I want you to show up as who you are. And what i noticed when people Had that freedom and safety per se is that they were so much more enthusiastic about their work and a an i as as bear majer manager leader. I got so much more from them as well. You know you if the unedited trucial you will at work on so. This is the thing i mean. We learned to hide really early in our lives. And that's okay. There's a there's a time and a place for that but as we. This is why i put reawakened in the title as we grow and learn and gain confidence from our experiences and it's incumbent upon us to cake more of ourselves to stand up for the things that really matter to us and you know in the last year. We've had a lot of talk about diversity inclusion it organizations can't truly be include inclusive if you know most of the people are hiding who they truly are at work though. That's the thing. And i thank you so much. I love that definition. I think it's so important because it's true. You know when. I was when i used to be in psychotherapy. I would too slow kids if you're talking about boundaries and so i would take little hula hoops like a little group class with them. Take a little hoops. we all who hula-hoop out say this is everything is happens. Hula-hoop is me. I hair color my my silly jokes you know everything is me and so then they were talking about what's in theirs and that we will go up but we kind of bump each other with a hula hoops as okay. My hulu busy going to you doesn't you don't come inside mine and don't come side yours and so nuts however boundaries. As far as what does that look like inside of my hula-hoop is me my little world. My little force field. And so i would talk about that with them. And that's essentially when a very basic level. What you're saying is well as knowing out the things you love about yourself things. You don't like about yourself things you're working on your morals year your ethics all of that and that's encompassed in your skin and so as you go to locations for some it may be relevant to talk about one topic are not talking about some and just depends on quote reading the room if you will as well as also being true to yourself when it comes to your boundaries and what you will out your life and what you won't allow your life as beautifully said and i love the hula-hoop idea is absolutely wonderful. Loved it so much. As i was like okay. That's one so that was always my favorite ralph because we get to learn so much about them everything that they love the things that they do and it was his neat because it was no-one judge them because they were in their hula hoops. It was expenses. Everybody respected that. Saint space savage really really cute to see little kids. Enjoy that as well. Yeah and adults can learn from that too we. We still have a hard time setting boundaries for ourselves. Oh my gosh. Exactly and your book. once again. Authenticity reawakened the path to owning your life story and fulfilling your purpose you talk about five pivotal moments that each. That's important each person's life. Can you tell me more about that. As well share so at any point in our life we can look at as far as we possibly can remember and think about. I don't i don't want the listeners to get too hung up on the number you know. I think five to seven would be right. Those life experiences that we can really walk readers through this. We can say a ha they had experienced changed me in a dramatic way. They can dig but experience or can get bad experience but a quick story so for example when i was in first grade one of my pivotal moments. When i was in first grade we had homework and my family situation was chaotic and unpredictable and inconsistent. So homework wasn't really all that important. But i remember doing my quote homework for first grade. And when i came to class and i was participating which was unusual for me though the entire class klatt a ruined. Yes because again. This was so so unusual. So in my book i say okay identified the experience and that's what i just described but then how did you feel about that experience that you can still feel that moment today so to this day i can feel how proud i was at day and i can see that little girl that was mean and the power of that moment and how it changed my life the next step in this process that i walked the reader through his i of the gifts that i took away from that and gift can also be an area of discomfort and you're the psychologist and not me but a gift can be positive or areas of discomfort in that case. I am now known for doing my homework so i show up prepared love and i get. I get visibly irritated when other people james. I know. you're the same way. I can tell this already. Get the irritated and other people are not prepared. Armored either fake her way through something so you can even hear it a little bit in my voice. Intonation is facing a little bit yes so so this so this would be how these experiences play out if you really do the homework in the book. So you you you identify five seven of those. And then what i do is so that's department gave the definition about knowing who you are eat. Pivotal moments help. You know who you are and then another exercise in the book is taking. You know those gifts that when. I talked about Doing my homework and being prepared and then translating those into values so that would be feeling to you so the values that would come from that one story alone for.
"vicki" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"My guess is vicki's neighbor who learned to be self sufficient early in life and for decades of hard work. She found a path to be an authentic at work and is passionate about helping others do the same. She learned from our own experiences. That people only do the best purpose driven work when they bring their authentic selves to work in a way that feels right to them and today's episode. She talks about her book. Authenticity reawakened the past to owning your life story and fulfilling your purpose. This book guides readers and how to define their life story to discover the pivotal moments values and purposes which together create the foundation for ultimate success and rewarding work life. Welcome to my show vicki. Thanks so much james. I'm so excited to be here. I'm not only excited to be here. But i'm a huge fan as well so i love your show and i love the work. You're putting out into the world. I appreciate that so much thank you. That's really kind. I really do appreciate that. And that's why. I love my work because amazing people like you. When i was reading your backstory you. I love the tenacity of your life. I mean there's so many things that are great about you but you didn't stop and chill and you're still not stopping until you were able to accomplish your goals and went from working hard and with wonderful high school. Put college on hold for bit. And you work through it. Then you continue to grow develops. I can't wait to hear that part of your story all of it really because like i said there's so much tenacity there so i would love to hear when you graduated high school. What happened for you that there was a struggle for whatever reason to start university share. Well my parents. I'm the youngest of twelve kids. And yes and simply didn't have the means. And i really almost supporting myself entirely since i was sixteen and so i looked at gosh. You know i can take out loans and things like that. This was in the late seventies or i can just go to work and save some money and get some experience and then it back at it what i realized pretty much debt you know. Eighteen years of age was at my path wasn't going to be a a speedy one and i grew to be okay with that so many times in our lives. I think early on even we need. We can see trends in our lives and mine was always such that i would get to the goal but i wasn't always the fastest person to getting at the goal But you know i. i am tenacious. As you mentioned in the in the intro so you know. I just thought it's okay. And and i would say that if i have one bit of advice for listener today it would be you know. It doesn't matter how long it takes you to achieve your goals. It just matters that you knew so. Keep going exactly. One of my favorite quotes is less person in race. Beats the person on the couch and that's so important because it doesn't matter where you are in the race of life or say just means you just do something you do something different. Do something different and you start you find that your life looks different so like you said you. You accomplish goals no matter how long it took you but conversely goals and gus like you said a wonderful takeaway for all of my listeners is to be aware of that when you compare yourself to other people. Unfortunately that's all we're doing is comparing and we're always gonna find someone who's better at something. I mean it doesn't matter how good you are going to be someone who's quote better. I've learned that. I'm like okay. I am but it is true so good for you for really teaching us. That is reminding sometimes about thanks when you started work and then you were able to go back in at university. You excelled significantly tell me more about that. Yeah so it's very interesting. I mean one thing is my husband. And i have been married almost thirty eight years and we met in a very. I asked that. I took over time. Yes i love that yeah. I loved that as well and today. I'm actually on the board of directors of that same university which is a wonderful thing to a tino. I decided that You know i was going to go to school. And i just started taking one or two classes because i was working fulltime and i was in my you know. Eighteen years old I was twenty one by the time. I started college and so i just knew okay. I'm going to take a few classes each semester. And then you have you know i was. I got married and i was having children. I ended up having reach children's. So i go to school a semester. Take one or two classes. Maybe i would have to take a break along the way and it ultimately took fifteen years to get through college but After college and i know a lot of wonderful things game of that. And i was lucky at the time to work for an employer who said you know as long as you are going to university We're gonna continue giving you more responsibility. And i was enthusiastic so i kept asking for more things to do. They had plenty of work so they said okay. Where'd you try doing this. Why don't you try doing that. And before you know it. Without a degree i was doing dab of someone you know who would have a degree anyway so i was gaining really important work experience life experience and then you know supplement and things now with education Which was actually really great. And you know ultimately went on to get an mba and having at work experience and moving up through the ranks in an organization was really something that i believe phony helped me appreciate at the mba. As well. and i could come to class. Even though i was old as most of the professors that i could come to class and really contribute in and learn and that was great fun you know i just university myself years ago and also at university of the student but i was. I remember when i was young in school. And see all the the quote older students and they're always like in the front row and they were so dedicated motivated clearly. I was not as young. But i would be like while they know everything or they actually read the fuck it. I was like what. But then when i was a professor and i would see those same quote older students and they were the best because for one they understand the importance of money of was actually paying for their wanted to learn and it was more of a. They're excited to match their life experiences with their schooling and so the is enjoyed obviously working with individuals like that because they were so dedicated drew on my knowledge to really too so that they can learn. But i do remember the difference because you know the younger ones like most people who are disclosure younger. Probably didn't really care the way they're buoyed when they're older and they had to pay for it out of their own pocket as opposed to the parents or financial aid right absolutely different. Exactly what the shadow to whatever the place was that you worked because they sound like you're so kind to you and really understood your value and what your potential was and then give you the additional responsibility sound so glad you were able to work from. Look mike that thank you. Yeah i worked for. Sara lee corporation and corporation no longer exists but it was a wonderful organization and it will be one hundred forty six thousand employees in. Oh my gosh trees. Yes so i really really. Oh yes yes so so. The brand is still exist actually was a conglomerate so there are a lot.
"vicki" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Welcome to life. Algae i am james miller your house and a licensed.
Astronomers Discover White Dwarf So Massive It Might Collapse
"Have discovered the most massive white dwarf ever seen the smoldering cinder which form into smaller wide to merge together is now packing a mass greater than that of our sun squeezed into an object no larger than the moon what dwarves are the collapsed cores of sunlight stars stars shine by fusing hydrogen into helium in they. 'cause when they run out of core hydrogen they can contract eventually increasing core temperature and pressure to the point where they begin fusing core helium intikhab and oxygen at the same time a shell of hydrogen begins burning outside the core and this causes the stars out of gaseous envelope to expand. And as it's now further away from the contracted core this atta envelope. Also down tending the star into a red giant. Now eventually the style will run out of co helium diffuse and as it's not massive enough diffuse carbon and oxygen heavier elements the star dies. It's blurted out. an envelope. floats away as a spectacular cloud of gas indust. What a planetary nebula while it's white-hot still a corliss exposed as a white dwarf a super dense object usually about the size of the earth which will slowly cool over the aons astronomers think about ninety seven percent of all stars in the universe will eventually end their lives as why towards this unusual new discovery can log z t.f. J nineteen o one plus four hundred fifty eight was made by the vicki transient facility. Caltex palomar observatory. So how did this. What gets a massive well. Unlike our sun most is existing marvel star systems and this new discovery provides an example of what could happen in a multiple star system after the formation of a white dwarf. A pair what tools were in a binary system spiraling around each other and eventually lose the energy in the form of gravitation waves which ultimately led to them getting closer and closer together until they eventually merged
"vicki" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"If we're showing up as somebody else. Yeah we are taught that as children our parents frequently give us indicators of what we should do with our lives and then we've got teachers impairs telling us what we should do with our lives and we started listening to them and we get on and and it's like I used to say that is like Climbing the ladder of success reaching the top and finding your ladder was leaning against the wrong building. Absolutely so as we wrap up producer. Paul is very fond of reminding us of tombstones or earns always points out that really have three elements of a tombstone. You have a birthdate. a death date. An between is a dash is a short nine. The dates themselves of birth and death are interesting but what really counts. Your whole life is in that dash. That is what's that's what's important. You know did you. You know i wish we could have meaningful dashes and on meaningful dashes. But you know if you can make that dash meaningful by doing the things that you're suggesting in reawakening your authenticity. I'm going to highly encourage our readers to pick up the book. It will be on the show notes with an amazon link as well. Your your excellent really really. Well done website you designers are but they're but they're very good. Thank you so much. I'll definitely Share that with deanna. Who does all my work. She's tastic just curious. Is this a wordpress or is this different. It's wordpress you know what a what a powerful instrument so. Yeah i would really encourage people to get more involved with your work vicky I think. I think you can if people can follow some of your guidelines. It will make a major impact on their life. I really wanna thank you for that. Thank you so much charlie. I really appreciate it. Vicki's neighbor it's it's just been such a pleasure having you on the show today. And i also want to think all our listeners for tuning into the next chapter charlie and please be sure to check us out at our website. The next chapter dot life until next. This is charlie hedges signing off by for now..
"vicki" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"You're you're onto something there just Now no i wanted to ask a question that i think we've probably answer did but let's just i think repeating will not hurt for my audience That i wanted wanted you to walk me through this vicki. I have two questions one. How can i have We my often limits. Go ahead and give your answer. The answer is ponder. And that's think about my activities right down my pivotal moments and ponder those with your three questions. That i'm sorry. I can't remember what were the three questions here. what was what was the experience. How did i feel with the experience. And what was the takeaway. Those are great. Those are great questions really. I'm not. I'm not just saying that i'm i'm not easy on these kinds of things usually. Yeah yeah yeah. But they're they're very simple. And there. And i think they can make a big difference. Goes a great and so then. My second question was okay. I have identified some areas that are not consistent with the true inner core. Me or the authentic me. How do i go about making improvements to more closely align with my truest inner herself share so i just want to add one additional point on the knowing who you are all that we just described. That's absolutely true. My book does help you. Identify your personal values. Because i think that that's really gets the heart of west. Yes so there is an exercise that goes through values. And it's it is something that you're going to need the the book and or the table and if you go to my site in a couple of weeks it should be there. And then lastly i i would say that you know this whole concept again of as you said reflecting upon what's important and then if you say okay. These are the areas that i know are so important to me and i'm not showing up this way then. You really have to think about what. I always like the question. What will make it better so ask yourself that. What will make it better. I'm not living up to my values today. The well will make it better and think about you know just a few steps. What are some things that i can do right away to start turning this around so it might be. You know when i'm with my my loved one. I'm gonna put my phone away. And i'm going to listen actively. Listen to what they're saying. Or i'm going to take my kids to the park or i'm going to win. The next time says something that's Racist or discriminatory at work. I'm actually going to say. Please don't speak that way in my presence you can practice what it is that you're going to say in those in those situations where you really feel strongly about something and write them down and then hold yourself accountable to actually taking those steps that you said you know because you know when you said. Hold yourself accountable. That is really critical as it's something We talk a lot about and that's about discipline becomes a discipline and that you you have a discipline you know i have a. I have All the listeners. And i have a morning discipline and mourning morning disciplined would take care of all of this but every morning every morning. I'm retired so i don't have to be at a job at seven or eight o'clock but i'm still up at six thirty in doing my practice. That is requires discipline now. My time in africa for three weeks i lost track of that discipline and because of the time zone change. I've just in the last couple of days reformed regarding reintroduce myself to my disciplines. And vicky i gotta tell you it just makes all the difference in the world just one or two more days just reminds me i slip right back into the nice part rather than the rather than the confusing part absolutely and you know it can be overwhelming when you think about change of any kind. But this is why. It's so important to break it down into smaller manageable steps and then if you slip up and sometimes we we do Just as you said how back on As soon as you realize you sort of strayed away from what you intended to do and And just keep going. And i would encourage readers after they do your seven pivotal moments and and and your book that it doesn't hurt to just take once a month and take five minutes and review those. Just look at them again just to remind yourself of them. I journal daily in their search journal. Entries that i go back and i read because they were so fulfilling that It really makes a difference. Yeah yeah and you know you ultimately what you're working toward for all of us and it doesn't matter if you're twenty five or eighty five. It doesn't matter how old you are. We're still living. And i think if you just remind yourself why it's important to you and just keep that in mind it will give you the additional push that you need to sort of stay on track and stay focused. Yes as we're wrapping up one thing. I'm noticing you know in your subtitle you talk about fulfilling your purpose is just so obvious that if you are your truest inner self your your authentic self. Then you can't help but fulfill your purpose you you'd have to almost try not to because you're acting according to your purpose. According to the way you are designed according to the way you designed to work and to achieve and and there's a strong relationship between authenticity and purpose absolutely and i help the reader with that too by just sort of focusing on understanding what it is that you want in this life but do you really want. We're great at talking about what we don't want or what we don't like but what do you want and then you know when you're at your best. What does that look like. And then what do you believe. So there's a whole exercise around that. But ultimately charlie it gets to exactly what you just said that we really can't live up to our god given purpose.
"vicki" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Said i just needed to do something else. But that was precisely what you're saying. It's that taking that overview that that feeling that is sometimes it is just the feeling. Isn't it yeah not quantifiable at paying attention to. That's what the message is. Definitely come to us. Yes yes they really do So but you never know because you since thank you re correct for correcting me. But you didn't get to my question. Is what reawakened your authenticity. Well i've had many re awakenings in my career and You know in my life for sure. So you know when i was A go back to you. Know when i was a kid in high school. For example i came from a chaotic family and i was very good at Hiding my situation so even friends today. You know some forty plus years later are surprised that my home life was so chaotic Because i covered it so well so you know. When i got into my i would say thirties. I started to find a voice to be able to talk about some of the experiences. I had as a kid so i would say that. That was certainly a we a reawakening the voice. Where did this is what gave you. The voice was just a maturing and affiliates. You had to. You had to articulate this. Yes that i did feel that in a way without having the tools that i offer the readers in my book that i i started to reflect upon my own life story that i had been through a lot and that you know i had once i was in the workplace especially in my thirties i started to have a you know a pretty good career and i was rising in the organization ultimately ending up in the c. suite but i i would say that i felt like you know if somebody called me because i am a nice person but sometimes someone would say. Oh she's just.
Google Faces British Supreme Court Over Claims It Illegally Harvested User Data
"Publicly. Meanwhile, Google is up before Britain's Supreme Court today in a case that could cost it billions. Google is fighting claims that it illegally harvested personal data from British iPhone users in 2011 and 2012. It allegedly managed to sidestep a block and Apple safari to gather data on users race, mental health, political leanings and sexuality. Among other things, the consumer advocates bringing the case want Google to compensate four million iPhone users of $1000 each for the use of their data. Vicki Barker.
Google Faces British Supreme Court Over Claims It Illegally Harvested User Data
"Meanwhile, Meanwhile, Google Google is up is before up before Britain's Britain's Supreme Supreme Court today Court today in a case in a case that could that cost could cost it billions. it billions. Google Google is fighting is fighting claims claims that it that illegally it illegally harvested harvested personal personal data from data British from British iPhone iPhone users users in 2011 in 2011 and 2012. and 2012. It allegedly It allegedly managed managed to sidestep to sidestep a block a block and Apple and Apple safari safari to gather to gather data data on users on users race, race, mental mental health, health, political political leanings leanings and sexuality. and sexuality. Among Among other things, other things, the consumer the consumer advocates advocates bringing bringing the case the want case Google want to Google compensate to compensate four four million million iPhone iPhone users users of $1000 of $1000 each each for the use for the use of their of data. their data. Vicki Barker. Vicki Barker.
"vicki" Discussed on WTOP
"A CBS is Vicki Barker from London, The British researchers found Even a single injection of either the Fizer or AstraZeneca vaccine reduced household transmission of covert 19 by up to 50%, suggesting that the vaccines are even more effective. It's slowing the spread of the Corona virus than previously thought. In North Carolina, Elizabeth City police arrested several protesters. Concur view ahead of a court hearing today to consider the release of full body cam video of Andrew Brown's death. CBS is Manuel Bohorquez. This was a newly implemented curfew, the city manager explained to us was necessary because outside groups have started to come in and they felt tensions were growing. An independent autopsy found. Police fired five shots at Brown one in the back of his head. As he drove away when they tried to serve drug warrants in the spotlight in the Supreme Court today, a cheerleader who blasted her high school with foul language on Snapchat after she was cut from the team. Loyola laws. Lauri Levinson. The broader principle at stake here is how much First Amendment protection where they'll be four students in an era where everything can be readily access to cell phones and social media. Republicans in Arizona approves sweeping anti abortion legislation KPHO TV is Briana Whitney SP 14 57 will now make it a class six felony for doctors to perform an abortion solely due to a genetic abnormality, including Down syndrome. That means doctors could go to prison for up to two years in New York posters. Porter has resigned after penning an article claiming undocumented Children were being given. Kamila Harris book superheroes are everywhere is welcome presence. It wasn't true S and P futures down one. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O p AP three On.
English Soccer Will Boycott Social Media to Protest Online Abuse
"Players are kicking back against online abuse is professional and semi professional soccer teams have announced a four day boycott of all social media platforms beginning Friday. It's an attempt to get Facebook and Twitter, among others, to doom or to stop the Racists. Existent. Other abuse routinely aimed at players. The men's and women's teams are telling the cos It's time to step up and finally take decisive action to kick the trolls off the Internet. Vicki Barker,
Queen Elizabeth Expresses Thanks for 'Support and Kindness'
"Vicki Barker. Reports from London celebrations have been called off. Following the death of the Queen's husband. The Queen is spending her 95th birthday quietly in Windsor Castle. She remained in deep mourning for her husband, Prince Philip. And in her first personal message since his death was announced. She thanks people for all the support and kindness they showed her then. And now in France, Harry, by the way, has flown home to California, missing the queen's
Lack of Paid Sick Time Could Be a Barrier to Vaccination
"Of today everyone sixteen and older is now eligible to receive a covid vaccine in every single state more than two hundred million shots have already been given in the us so far about half of all adults have received at least one dose. The vaccine is free whether you have health insurance or not but even minus the massive logistics of distributing the vaccine there are logistics involved in getting it and some workers are having trouble getting paid time off to get their shots or to deal with side effects from the workplace culture desk. Marketplace's megan mccarthy carino has the story when washington dc software engineer lori. Barth got the vaccine last month Kind of kicked her but headache chills. brain fog. I don't think i could have read taxed on screen comfortably. Loan sit up in a chair. Barth didn't have to worry about working through the pain because she got her vaccine on a weekend and she has plenty of paid sick time. She could've used but not all workers do says vicki shavuot a senior fellow with new america. And you could very easily see how it would be financially impossible and potentially job risking for a worker to be able to get a vaccine. There is no national requirement that employers offer any sick leave much less a couple of days to get vaccinated and low wage. Essential workers are among the least likely to have paid time off says elite schools with the economic policy institute. They may not have a lot of power negotiate for when the best time is to have the vaccines that they make sure. They don't have to work the next day. In case there's side effects said that impact them thirteen states and several dozen cities do mandate some form of paid sick leave and many employers like mcdonald's starbucks and wal mart have offered paid time off for employees to get vaccinated doric rice a law professor at uc hastings. Says it's important. That workers have vaccine time off on top of their usual sick leave.
Prince Philip Laid to Rest
"Husband of 73 years was laid to rest in the royal tomb she will share with him someday. After the socially distance service, William and Harry walked out together, shared grief just may help heal a royal rift. Vicki Barker
Daniel Martin Talks Tatcha and the Royal Wedding
"So daniel. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am very. I've been wanting to have you on forever I just started this. in september. and one of my best friends is troy and nathaniel. And they they were like yeah. When are you having daniel on and so much better you in the city. Yes oh my god we yeah. I live on the upper west side. Oh okay we're we're getting together. I'm half vaccinated. So he to me totally okay. So we're we're definitely getting together. I can't lay god. I can't believe we're talking about like that now like it's happening we're actually able to plan like summer and spring get togethers. It's very a turning that cova corner. So my god thank god covid for you has been kind of interesting because you were blessed with this position at tasha. Yes hiding out did that. How did that come to fruition. Had been in the works before. Call it oak. Yeah yeah totally so I saw vicki of gosh. I wanna say it was the summer before the new year and She was like look this and it was during the time of the acquisition with her with now unilever. Okay and It just came out of the blue. And i was like well. I'm on contract with dior and on his beauty and you would have to. You know for me to accept this. You have to get me. You know basically me out of my contract and then see yeah. She came back in there like we can. And at this point. I was six years in with your three years. In honest i have such an incredible relationships with brands but i was always able to play with with tasha because they knew my history with vicky. They knew that in both were exclusive. They were non-exclusive able to have my hands with other brands. That were non compete okay so very fortunate to have that opportunity but at that point i was like i kinda. You know it'd be. I would love to get in full time so to speak to really get into product development education. And just kinda slow my roll down.
As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17
"Britain. Officials at Buckingham Palace say the funeral for Prince Philip will be held one week from today. Vicki Barker reports from London 41 Gun Death salute sounded out across the UK and at sea honoring the queen's husband of 73 years, hundreds of Mourners have continued to ignore please from the family to stay away, leaving flowers outside royal resin. Senses, including Windsor Castle, where Prince Phillip died. The palace has confirmed the funeral will take place at ST George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle. Next Saturday. It will be televised, but Covad restrictions mean there will be no public procession and attendance will be limited to 30, mostly close family grandson, Prince Harry among them
"vicki" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"In 2019. There was one coyote attack on a human in California in 2020. There were at least eight. All right, we talked. I mean, really shocked. If it is, it is kind of scary. Contra Costa County residents on edge after a coyote walked right up to a man and bit him in the leg. Wildlife officials say the Coyotes, maybe getting less fearful of humans because they're seeing fewer of us during the pandemic. Whatever the reason, Captain Patrick Boy of the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife says, comes too close. You kick it, you throw rocks. You do whatever you have to do. And in the Phoenix suburb of Cave Creek, a problem with aggressive have Alina's They look like wild boars way up to £55, and they've got really long teeth. One man said he saw a pack of 20 of them. So dog walkers air getting creative. We have the foghorn with us. And if we see a have a leader, the fog artworks is they don't like the noise. Take up. Pause till NATO Fox news. Broadcasting live from Planet Madison, where everything is beyond parody. This he's the Vicki McKenna show to be a part of the program in Madison called 321. 13. 10 Statewide call Toll Free at 877235 13 10 Now here's Vicki McKenna. Good afternoon. And welcome to the program is the Vicki McKenna show Niamh Vicki McKenna still ahead on the program. We're gonna be checking in with some some. I don't know, I guess musings about what to do to improve the.