32 Burst results for "Weiser"

Building the Product Knowledge Graph At Amazon With Luna Dong

The TWIML AI Podcast

04:11 min | 2 months ago

Building the Product Knowledge Graph At Amazon With Luna Dong

"Art. Everyone i'm here. With luna dong luna is a senior principal scientist with amazon working on product knowledge grass luna. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you nice to meet you. Sam is great to meet you. And i'm looking forward to our chat. Let's get started by having you introduce yourself to our audience. Sell us a little bit about your background and how you came to work in machine learning shire yeah so luna and i worked for amazon and the question regarding highlight came to machine learning. This is interesting question and that reminded me my. The weiser was a phd student at u. Dub i often hard him saying i'm wrong. The community and i came to database down the back door. And the now as you can imagine i got my phd from that database field and best viewed. Where i'm sort of active for a long time and now i'm coming to machine learning from the back door as well so my adviser and i we sort of make a circle so a little bit more about how i came to machine. Learning so my. Phd topic is about dating degration. Basically how we can seamlessly collect data from many many different data sources and integrating them together and then starting from twenty twelve. So that's the time. Google launched knowledge graph and starting from ben knowledge. Graph has been the very popular concept and big companies universities. They put a lot of efforts into it. And if you think about a knowledge graph you put all of the data from different sources and put it into this knowledge graph so saints that been working knowledge graph for the past about nine years for now. And why you'd be knowledge graph. You really need technology from all different fields. This includes natural language processing so you need to understand texts. this includes image processing. You also want to get knowledge found images this includes data mining. You want to mind the data from the text from the grass and also this includes database. You want to integrate the data. You want to clean up the data you want to have high quality data and in the sense to a great knowledge graph. You need all of the technologies. And that's how i came to machine learning field because machine learning is the core for all of these fields interesting interesting when you described the work. You're doing on european. Made me think of this challenge that we've been chasing after for the past ten twenty. Maybe even more years that i think of is like enterprise information immigration. We're going to create their some layer on top of all of the data to make it more easily accessible or some centralized thing that sits on top of all of the information within an organization. It's interesting to think of a knowledge graph as playing that role for many organizations. Tell us a little when you think of knowledge graphs and in particular product knowledge graphs. What are all of the things that go into. Making a robust knowledge graph. This is a great question. So knowledge graph is basic. Clay trying to mimic how human beings look at the real world before we are able to read and a write we already understand the real word and to the little kids. Those are mom. Daddy doggy my house my home. That's another house which is next to my house. And the before any of language thing. There are all of these entities and the relationships between the entities bass how human beings and the stand the real

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Colorado grand jury will investigate death of Elijah McClain

Broncos Country Tonight

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Colorado grand jury will investigate death of Elijah McClain

"To move forward in the transition. And Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser says he's decided to open a grand jury investigation into the death of 23 year old Elijah McLean. The move gives the attorney general the ability to compel testimony and require production of documents and other relevant information. The claim died from cardiac arrest. After being stopped by Aurora police in August 2019. He was on his way home from a convenience store. He was reportedly restrained with a choke hold and paramedics sedated him with a large dose

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Washington DC's National Opera Offers Pop-Up Opera Truck to Bring Live Operatic Performances to the Community

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Washington DC's National Opera Offers Pop-Up Opera Truck to Bring Live Operatic Performances to the Community

"Of the pandemic, the Washington national operators bringing sweet sounds, the audiences throughout the area with its pop up operas Washington National Opera Cape for its young artists are bringing their art to where people run their Saturday errands We sing without masks were far enough apart and we do not face each other. Everyone we're singing. Samuel Weiser is one of the live performers at the free concert stage from a repurposed truck called the Concert truck. It's designed and operated by Susan Wong and her partner, Nick Looby. We're just very happy to be continuing to give great music to people throughout D c. Maryland Virginia area, It's socially distanced pop up. Opera in Vienna, Virginia. Tick Uliano W. T Open. A lot of people seem to love HBO's for

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Indigenous men cycle through states to promote mental health

Native America Calling

03:46 min | 7 months ago

Indigenous men cycle through states to promote mental health

"This is national native news I mean Antonio Gonzalez. A group of indigenous men are cycling through Wyoming Colorado and New Mexico promoting mental wellness Wyoming public radio's jockey. Hey, black has more identifying as a black man and a member of the Haida nation. Damon Bell Halter has seen firsthand. How men of color often don't seek help for mental illness he says, one barrier is a lack of diversity among mental healthcare providers. Laboratories are working on my purse like my healing. Throughout and I was like getting that match up with my you know. White white people know, but another problem is a cycle of silence and stigma surrounding health. That's why Bell Holter is leading a group of men on this more than eight hundred miles cycling trip. They started on the wind river reservation in Wyoming and finished up in Albuquerque this week along the way they encouraged men of color to speak out about their mental health and seek the help they need. The group is also raising money for mental health initiatives in indigenous communities. For National Native News I'm Jockey Hey Black Nevada lawmakers expanded mail in voting due to cove nineteen, which includes protections for tribal communities of federal judge recently dismissed a lawsuit over the law many homes on reservations have nonstandard mail service and residents have to travel to a postal provider to get mail voting advocates. Say there are also other challenges native voters face Roz. Brown has more Jacqueline de Leon with a native American rights. Fund says, Indigenous People live much farther from polling locations the. Non Natives it much more difficult than the average American can conceive up to vote in Indian country native. American have a decrease in post office hours. They also have their ballots travel further. Dylan adds that fewer transportation options a lack of Internet access and other socio economic factors also play a role in whether indigenous people vote. She says it's not uncommon for native Americans to travel up to two hundred miles to register to vote or reach their polling place in August, Nevada lawmakers expanded mail. In voter laws to address challenges posed by the COVID. Nineteen pandemic. Assembly bill four allows non family members to safely return ballot for one another. In the upcoming election it also provides mechanisms for tribes to request early on reservation polling locations, Deli prior to Nevada's vote by mail primary in June more than ninety percent of the indigenous population voted in person I'm Russ Brown, the vice president of the Navajo Nation Myron liser has expressed his well wishes on social media for president trump and. The first lady after they tested positive for covid nineteen Weiser's outspoken trump supporter wiser took his own covid nineteen tests this week after traveling to Washington DC for a prayer event in a virtual town hall Thursday, Night Liser defended his travel saying he understands concerns the Navajo nation remains under emergency orders including fifty-seven our weekend lockdowns liser says it was a one time thing adding he would do it again to pray for the nation I did go in and get tested because of all the. I guess the. Concern that was out there. But the last week I am not Tuesday I did mention that Diet just returned from the DC area praying for our nation. What time it was to be given that opportunity in the heavy heavy responsibility of praying leuser was seen at the event not wearing a mask or social distancing critics have taken to social media to express their dismay with the Navajo. Nation. Vice? President. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

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7 Rules to Life-Long Happiness

The Daily Boost

04:40 min | 7 months ago

7 Rules to Life-Long Happiness

"Rules. To lifelong happiness. Really Scott just seven well, this probably some more. There's no doubt about that. Lifelong happiness. Really. Scott. Is such a thing as lifelong happiness well, sure there is. You've been happy most your life. Well, maybe you haven't I mean some people I'm sure haven't but for the most part, you pretty much have. And you will be Var- a couple of bad days in between here or there. So we want to focus on that making those days better but are there seven things you can do seven mindset shifts that you can do to make things a little bit better even during covid nineteen. Well. Yeah I'm a fan of STOIC philosophy has been for a long time. Sometimes you look at stoic philosophy and you go really. Those are the rules. Those are kind of hard. But yeah works a lot of it's still does it's Oh well over two thousand years old now but it's still very much fits in today's world and I think given some of the things that are going on in social media and some things that are happening in politics these days Rau- craziness if you will. Looking at something that's real practical has for two thousand years cannot be a bad thing. So there's some rules we live by for happier life. Let's go number one if you want to learn to succeed. And you want to be that way you gotta be humble. Is always somebody's smarter and more successful in Weiser around you. Always. Use a little more humble in this world. What do you think Number to. Find the right seen that WANNA. I saw that years and years ago so far is seen what is this a movie Kinda Sorta? Choose your friends and your situations very carefully. You gotta be careful now by the way social media I, know it's not real friends but boy, it is a scene isn't it? If you're not careful, you know they are looking for ways to draw your attention away from your life to there's got to be careful there. If you want to rise in life. You can't allow yourself to be held down by others STOIC philosophy. So choose your seen, choose your friends, choose your situations very carefully you will rise but pay attention to where you put yourself in who you surround yourself with. Respect your time Seneca said this. We're tight, fisted, property and money. Think too little wasting time the one thing about which we should all be. The toughest misers Leiper short I love the way. Stocks talked. Time is ticking fast quickly even in Cova Times. There's no doubt about it. It seems like it's dragging along. We'll this thing ever come to it in can I get out of my house I go do something please whereas normal. The Duck. Duck. Take your breath. How about the fourth rule for lifelong happiness if you can apply everything pretty much commonsense so far right and you probably doing a lot of this just reminding you that's all. Never do anything out of habit like Scott. You've said in the past have some good habits. Good habits that we should do that bud. They're not mindless habits. Not. You should choose those habits and by the way I think you should always be choosing better things and always question yourself. Get. In the habit of working out and eating right and all that stuff that good stuff right at the same time. You should be questioning whether it's still the right thing for you to be able to do. Should you head down that road sometimes doing that we've been doing for twenty years and at one time it was probably a good idea. And twenty years later maybe it's not. If you don't question it. You're never gonNA know. Number five, keep it simple. Do Your, job. Approach. Every task as if it were your last because. Could be. That simple fact isn't it? That's truth. A lot of people don't WanNa. Hear that don't totaled at that the dumpling negative I'm gonNA live forever. No you. It could be the last thing you you ever do get it. It's kind of hard to think that way really is. I don't want to run around every single day thinking. It's my last asshole don't. What I do the best can do my job the best I can every single day and get an extent tried again. Don't always get it right but I'll try again. Number six adapted learn from failure using your success to justify complacency. That's. Pretty Common. It's also easy which is why most people do it? You can do more you can be better. Adapt. It's okay to fail. It's okay for it to be difficult for a while to get easy eventually we stick to it. You get exactly what you one. I like this this is one that this. This is one of those going around more and more these days I think because life has gotten tougher. A lot of folks the economy is kind of what is it it's hard to say which ways ago it it's it's just a big mess. But we're still here.

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Probe into 'discarded' ballots becomes campaign outrage fuel

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Probe into 'discarded' ballots becomes campaign outrage fuel

"Some elections experts are raising concerns about president trump's predictions about voter fraud with mail in ballots and they're calling for detailed reports on each incident that arises a federal prosecutor in a Republican Pennsylvania county described nine military ballots in the trash and president trump seized on that to support his contention mail in voting expanded for virus safety will open the door to fraud military ballots that all were for trump everyone was to drop and there were no waste paper basket now we're learning it may have been a mistake by a newly hired workers and not all the ballots apparently work for trump Wendy Weiser but the Brennan center for justice accuses president trump of actively seeking to discredit the election the president rallying in Virginia Friday we don't want to be cheated Jackie Quinn Washington

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Probe into 'discarded' ballots becomes campaign outrage fuel

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Probe into 'discarded' ballots becomes campaign outrage fuel

"Some elections experts are raising concerns about president trump's predictions about voter fraud with mail in ballots and they're calling for detailed reports on each incident that arises a federal prosecutor in a Republican Pennsylvania county described nine military ballots in the trash and president trump seized on that to support his contention mail in voting expanded for virus safety will open the door to fraud military ballots that all were for trump everyone was to drop and there were no waste paper basket now we're learning it may have been a mistake by a newly hired workers and not all the ballots apparently work for trump Wendy Weiser but the Brennan center for justice accuses president trump of actively seeking to discredit the election the president rallying in Virginia Friday we don't want to be cheated Jackie Quinn Washington

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Protesters file lawsuit, alleging Seattle, state didn't act to protect them

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Protesters file lawsuit, alleging Seattle, state didn't act to protect them

"Has been filed by protestors against the Seattle Police Department, which claims police attacked them instead of protecting their right to protest. Those protesters claim they suffered injuries at the hands of officers while they say they were protesting peacefully, Protester Joey Weiser says this shouldn't eclipse the Black lives matter Movement. But the larger context here is that Mayor Durkin leaders within the Seattle Police Department Washington State patrol on the city of Seattle would all rather rain down chemical weapons and explosives on their own community members, their neighbors, their friends, rather than simply hold police officers accountable for killing black people.

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Cop on leave after allegedly walking bike over protester's head

News, Traffic and Weather

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Cop on leave after allegedly walking bike over protester's head

"Theater knee for Briana Taylor's family tweeted about this viral video. A Seattle police officer rolling the tyres of his bike over the helmeted head of a protester last night, Ben Crump writes more acts of excessive force in brutality from those who should be focused on protecting our citizens. They're advancing on the line here. Third person is on the ground. He just ran over his foot. That police officer is now on administrative leave on the subject of an Office of Police Accountability Investigation. The King County Sheriff's Office is also reviewing the case. For potential criminal investigation. The identity of that officer has not been released. The protester, however, well known a protest is the trumpet man. His real name is Camille Opus. Oddly, he was arrested for obstruction and failure to disperse Joey Weiser is who took the video of that incident was not an accident. You can see very intentionally that the officer deliberately take his bike and run over. 13 people were arrested. Several officers were hurt and those demonstrations, including one who was hit in the head, you can see here and this picture. This is a screen grab from the video by a violent riot or hit him in the head with a metal baseball bat. The strike so severe it cracked the police officers helmets. Curfew once

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Colorado attorney general announces broader probe of police

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Colorado attorney general announces broader probe of police

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Colorado Attorney General launches a civil rights investigation of a police department that's being sued there were two developments Tuesday related to the death last August of twenty three year old Elijah McLain after he was detained by police in Aurora Colorado the claims parents filed a federal civil rights lawsuit saying in part they want to send a message that racism and brutality have no place in American law enforcement separately Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser announced a civil rights investigation of the Aurora police department has been under way for several weeks that probe is separate from an investigation into the claims death that was ordered by Colorado governor Jared published last June hi my cross yep

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"weiser" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

Consumer Finance Monitor

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"weiser" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

"I wanted to talk now about the. Pandemic impact and. We've seen that you've released some statements encouraging. Financial institutions to act responsibly, and we also talked about that four and act compassionately and a statement urging statewide pause on addictions I'm curious what the response to that has been considering taking further actions beyond those statements so. Different points here and let me just hit these two themes which I've said before. Thrusting it through this pandemic, we're going to need both resilience finding ways to help founds back. And Grace Cutting people slack or hurting. Financial institutions are remarkably well situated to facilitate and support both goals. Resilience means how do we help? People get their lives together. one example is many of your company's people are not working remotely and adjusting to that and they knew normal. One question we ask is are we set up to have children learn remotely and a real concern of mine is. How do we make sure we have broadband available? So that the so called digital divide or Homework is sometimes called doesn't undermine performance among people who otherwise are already. Vulnerable. Poor people people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. Resilience is a real gold thing go, what are we doing to be resilient and then grace in fact I said before which is people who are already in a vulnerable delicate situation. If we clamp down on this time, we are set up to really have this cycle vicious cycle. Take hold, and so where we can say we're not going to go ahead and. Zik people from their homes or giving her a time. We're giving people a level of clarity and awareness that they don't have to worry about where they place to live. We're I think we're GONNA. Start getting to challenge. Situation is as we get through this. We need to figure out who is back at work, and who is not and how we craft different solutions for different people and that's going to require. Creativity. From, real awfulness, because if we have a massive clamping down, this is mentioned in the Great Depression I. It just cascades, and there's more and more damage that happens throughout the economy, more and more people who are hurting whereas if we can find ways to provide grace to those who are rable, not knocking them over the edge. We can actually better get through this difficult time, and so there's GonNa be different types of solutions I. do think this one where we ask an an solutions to provide the grace like I mentioned the student loan servicing companies. isn't going to be important I recognize again that a lot of companies. Want to take the position. We will work with our customers on a one on one basis to those companies I would just say we just gotTa. Be Aware of a lot of consumers are not sophisticated. They don't know what to ask for, and if you don't make a more transparent. Statement of how you can work with them..

"weiser" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

Consumer Finance Monitor

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"weiser" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

"I did mention this point about the voluntary agreement we got, and I do think it's worth underscoring. This is this is. Something that's again under emphasized government as a convenient. Government can often help solve problems bringing people together and saying and we come up with a joint commitment to how we address an issue. We were able to do that with student. Loan Services serves and student loans that were held by the private sector in pretty impactful away I give Martha ton of credit for her leadership, and we'll keep thinking about those sorts of solutions because it's not only. Can you pass legislation? Can You bring a case? It's also have we work together in this sort of collaborative way I mentioned. It from a from a practical standpoint. Is there anything to you attribute to getting the student loan servicers? To agree because they did make some pretty significant. About. ninety days forbearance waiver of late fees, and as it relates to to credit reporting, certainly be interested in. In. What you think was a deciding factor for for those private companies to enter this steel, which is very helpful for borrowers that have been harmed right now. Let me I underscore why this is so valuable and and then. see if I can speculate about. Honestly you have to ask them know. They were thinking that the reason so I was following, and this is something that a lot of companies. I believe, could. Benefit from learning. It's easy to say a will work with our customers. One wants to develop solutions, but with missing that mindset is a lot of customers. Don't know what to ask for. and. It was a great benefit that the care is access. This default will giving broad protections for everyone. And allowing a communicated norm, just what you said ninety days you're held harmless a grace. That was a powerful message to get out to people. We wanted that message to hold through for all lenders, and so we went to the others and said Hey, can you join this and to their credit? They said yes, because they recognize there was a fundamental fairness in providing that and my conjecture why they did it was. They got this point about on dementia. Fairness and we're in this together and that they would benefit by making sure. Their customers weren't put in the situation where it could be confused because they're not necessarily wrong. They had and or this one to do the right thing, so I'm really grateful that they rose to that commitment, and we're now in a situation. Give people grace that they so desperately need. In addition to the student loans, you also talked a lot about on the campaign, and have had a fair amount of press releases and talked about robocalls and and that being one of the top complaints that your office receives from consumers. Can you talk to me about as the the attorney general what you're trying to do? Stop, robocalls, but also. With robocall, there's always tension of a legitimate debt collectors right to collect money that's owed to him under contract versus illegitimate spam and things like that. It is in either case that our number one complaint is Robo calls and campaign as Attorney General. I knew this was a score. My background's Intel. Occasion so I had some ability to. Engage directly with the own Gatien's providers and part of the. Is. The illegitimate scam. Van, I. Calls are largely coming from abroad so what we needed and what we are the process of implementing under this recent law that was called the Trace Act. Is Technology that makes clear when a call coming from A. Dubious source. And that gives people and somebody might see it on their cell phones potential spam calls..

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"weiser" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

Consumer Finance Monitor

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"weiser" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

"Financial Services, litigators there and the current attorney general of Colorado Phil Wiser the Attorney General is going to discuss his consumer protection priorities and accomplishments during his time in office, and it's a fascinating discussion that I know you'll enjoy, so let's not waste any more time and get right to the interview. Well first of all, thank you very much for being here We originally talked about doing this last week, but you ended up being very busy on a phone call with the Supreme Court I. I know many people had an opportunity to listen to that and I just wanted to start by saying congratulations on an argument well done. I appreciate it. It was a new experience. The court had never done this by telephone before, nor had they allow people to listen in real time. I don't know that would have taken the bargain of giving up being there in person, but I will say that a lot of Austin benefits. The way turned out. Well. It was very interesting and fun to watch, and and you know. Some of the people on the bench very well is is not right. Yes, I had the pleasure a working for justice Ginsburg hardest boss, I'll ever have and being able to. Ever was a special treat I had the similar treat. Argue in front of Jazz David Bell here in Denver why clerked for so not? Everyone gets to argue. Before two different judges worked for I, had that experience and they both are role models and mentors. Neil. Gorsuch I also contemporaries. He quit for Justice Byron White's he just before I did and so I've known Neil. For Twenty five years now, just as Gorsuch, and then he joined me out in Colorado would. Be On. The tenth circuit also became a adjunct professor at the University of Colorado and they. Mall will story. He got appointed to the Supreme Court I picked up his antitrust class, thereby disappointing the members of that class went from having A. Supreme Court justice to be to a lock. Pick up the CLASS BUT! I did my best. Well, it was good of you to pick up the class We! We really honored to have you on here today and someone that's watched your campaign and watched you on your first year half an office. A major emphasis that you've made is protecting consumers so when you ran, you talked a lot about student. Loans mergers that reduced competition. Giving customers,.

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Supreme Court confronts 'faithless electors'

Mandy Connell

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court confronts 'faithless electors'

"The so called faithless electors case involving Colorado will be heard by the U. S. Supreme Court tomorrow in Colorado presidential electors in the electoral college are required to vote for the winner of the state election but in twenty twelve one elector wanted to cast a vote for Republican John case sick even though Hillary Clinton won the election that elect or was replaced by the secretary of state at issue is whether electors have a right to vote their choice or they can be bound by the state state Attorney General Phil Weiser will present arguments on behalf of Colorado jury bell Kaylee

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eCommerce Logistics in USA & China with Burak Yolga of Forceget

Amazing FBA

09:09 min | 1 year ago

eCommerce Logistics in USA & China with Burak Yolga of Forceget

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to amazing. Fda Post Today on with Barak Yoga of full gets freight-forwarding expertise seventy eight China in Shenzhen. He's established his own insult freight forwarding company from scratch which is not present in China. Usd by many of the country's sake breaks now living in Miami so getting quite an insect perspectives. Today and I thought he was important. Person to speak to one of the biggest challenges. Right now is supply. Sidon district Scifis set-aside really once oric on the show so Bartram welcome. Thank you so much. So how's life in Miami? We're just chatting about the fact that there's people carrying on like life is no more environments right now It's what is it today like end of March. Almost the you know things are in China going back to normal but now unfortunately they're more and more cases in the United States in it. Looks like you know. We have a pretty slow month in April and in May of businesses shut down right now. People are trying to stay in south currency and nothing official really As except near Simon the soft porn in Florida. A little bit luckier. Because we all look nicer wetter like a little warmer but Rest of the contracting is going to be a little bit more struggling with the winter cold weather so we'll see how it will go. Yes indeed. So let's talk about China for this episode. Then obviously he spent a lot of time in China Seven years in Shenzhen sounds like a novel or something East ICU WAYS. About how to do business in. China was potential for farmers and sellers while they super China particularly in the current situations. Let's get started with random questions I mean. First of all Is China reopening for business? Now when do you think that will be yes So eight hundred. Ninety percent of businesses are back to work but at the moment Most of the factories they don't have full capacity for production right now One of the reason is Roma chill suppliers are also having issues with sublime the enough raw material to the factories and another thing is the Roma tre prices like reading. Because they're really high right now for most of the product China and then one of the worst thing actually when this wire is China was doing. Tiny is some people now. China's largest Public Co. Lane China's most important almost eight hundred nine hundred million people traveling in mainland China. And maybe almost a hundred under fifty million people traveling at Bro. So that's where the wires hit so already. Most of the manufacturers were closed so that was what we were. What we were expecting is actually Those factories will come back to work End of January but things have changed like really badly China. They had to stay close until middle of March so during this time. Chinese factories are having serious issues with the cash flows. You know not receiving any orders. Because they're in the public lays but once they started coming back to work now the rest of the world They have the concern about their health. Most of the country's the government shutdown the countries like Italy France Germany all those countries. They're not doing a business right now. Which means China's factories don't get any orders from the rest of the world so so we're looking at the period of almost ninety days Not Having full capacity working so it's it's really massive cries for China's economy And you know this is going to have a big effect for the girls of the country for this year People back to work They everybody's wearing masks in China. My Office is back to work. We worked for bump for sometime in China. But now everybody's back to work It's difficult to find that domestic truck because prices really increased and another problem is You don't we don't have enough availability. Because most of the main ports in China like Seaports in a airport. Actually most of them they. They're closing in eighteen. Ninety nine percent of the Airplanes cancelled So it directly have the impact of freight as well because almost fifty percent of the air freight actually commercial wise were made by the passenger flights in the cargo. So now what we're looking at is the majority of Weiser cancelled so the airports are not working for the function. So everything is really connected. You know when we're talking about on the we talk about on the supply chain because it has also connection on the freight forwarding the custom the shipping times The pricing so everything is really connected to each other so Chinese doing better than a month ago Definitely about right now. They are having problems of receiving orders from overseas. So I think this is going to have a big impact in an economy and the most of the suppliers are going to have some serious problem with the cash flow. Okay so what is so to try and summarize there's a lot of stuff is sort of half working a rule. Materials prices are up and Sounds like a lot of air freight by being constrained as wet sea freight so What's the biggest constraint them would you say is it still labor or do they have most labor back in place now always rule materials or is it logistics or is it just a combination of all of them a combination of all of them right now for the majority of the people come back to work? accepted where on where the wires started who bay province which is one of the largest state in China so they they start actually Now removing the people from printing some people are going back to their daily life. The best stuff so there are almost to the Portland million. People were a crunchy in and been Wuhan. Them include a province which was like almost two months long so those people are also going back to work in the different cities. Like you know. They're going back to their Factories again in Shanghai and Ningbo in Gone Doll and chat always like big CD. So they're going back to our so right now. The the issue is not really a about people who go back to work. Most of the people are back to work. So they're factors are okay to produce. They have enough human source now. Old Employees back to management is back toward but the the issues right now is mostly with the roll roll mattress players. It used to be maybe some of our friends. Our customers are used to produce in twenty to twenty five days now the supply chain Timing increased almost out say like church the fifty percent so now some of the facts are they used to produce thirty days now. It's like almost four to five days and one of the issue made him also. The people wouldn't think of it as the product box. The cartoon mocks so there is a big shortage of the cartoon box in the market. Like you know the shipping supplies And user manuals would like pay per prices increase a lot in China so this is editor problem some of the factories and they finish production but they don't have enough packing material so everything comes together so it. It's a really complex station. Like everything comes together and right now as I get logistics. We are having our shipments shipping on time. We have good relationship with our Contractors we everything in advance but we're asking our customers to not let us their shipment time the same day. The ship is ready. We're asking people to give us some time like heads up like seven to ten days so that we know what discounting because if you let safe you send us the breaking the law stay. It's difficult to find track of the crisis increase because they know that you're Khanna desperate so I think the most important thing for Amazon sellers now to be following up the station. Very closely their freight forwarders. Their factories is very very important to be on top of everything. Every day. I mean China's people are okay with that right now because you know it's difficult time reading for Sellers Abbott also for two suppliers because they don't have enough orders. They don't have good cash flow right now at most importantly they don't know when things go back to normal so they're trying to keep everything but it's very very important for settlers to be on top of everything the production time the pricing at payment terms One of the most important thing is the logistics Right now when FBI? Amazon USA is not allowing people to create shipments. Except the you know. The the baby products are essentials. Like cleaning stuff so most of the people even if they have product ready China they cannot create labels ask the factory put the labels on the carpet so they cannot really do the ship

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David duChemin

Photography Radio

08:11 min | 1 year ago

David duChemin

"Low fellow photographers Thomas here. I hope you're having a wonderful light these days having fun with your photography and even more importantly producing some images you are proud and happy with today. I would like to share with you. My conversation with one of the photographers. I admire the most and have been following for years. Today's guest is David Duchemin and I am pretty sure you have heard about David before. He's a world and humanitarian assignment photographer. Best selling author of Photography Books Workshop Leader and also a digital publisher. She's the founder of craft envision probably the best digital photography bookstore out there Editor in Chief of Photograph Magazine and contributing columnist to photo life. Enjoy my conversation with David. Duchemin Hello David. I'm I'm thrilled and honored to have you here. I know very well that you're quite busy. Guy Photographer teacher workshop leader. So so just that you know I appreciate it a lot that he decided to take a bit of your valuable time to join me here on the show. Thanks to be your thank you David. Do you remember the the very last photograph you to that? You were very happy with I do actually. And it's it's very recent I've just got back from a sailing trip in northern Canada in an area that we call the great bear rainforest and I have been there before and to be honest. I've done a couple of trips recently and Had Bad luck with weather in bad luck with circumstance and I was just feeling like I needed. I needed a win. You know sometimes you just have to accept that no matter what you're GonNa do in light room or Photoshop. You just photographs aren't doing it. And so I I was on this trip and I was sitting on a rock in the middle of this river waiting for this bear. And we have this this species of bear in on the West Coast and in very particular part of the West Coast of Canada that we call the spirit bear. It's a black bear it's but it's completely white so it looks like a little bit like a little polar bear with very rare very beautiful and I was air in the great bear rainforest to photograph these bears and I had been there a couple years. Previously there was shot. I wanted where the bear was standing on a rock. And they're such beautiful bears and I wanted something. That was a little more interpretive. Not just a little shot of a bear on a rocket thousands of a second so I thought you know if I could slow down my shudder I could get you standing in a stream. So is basically in the middle of a waterfall against the water to do to sort of blur and And it'd be really Nice contrast between the bear and this river. The problem is this bear just kept moving. You know and and I was hoping I was hand holding The equivalent of six hundred millimeters at an eighth of a second and the challenge technology has has advanced so much. The challenge was not me holding my hand. Still I can hold this lens at an eighth of a second. Get a perfectly sharp photograph except the beer kept moving and I was trying and trying and trying and I finally got it. And that's a long way of telling you about these circumstances but the the photograph just it you know you look on the back of the monitoring you just have this feeling that I can't even describing the moment itself with with the bear was unbelievable but that I finally after a couple of years nailed this one photograph in and captured that feeling of being there. It was pretty intoxicating. You just mentioned that. It's kind of difficult to describe. What is what is just about the feeling into kind of intuitive almost like emotional kind of reaction right to your own image. Probably like how would you try to define? What makes a good photograph? What is a good photograph for you? Well for okay. So there's two questions there are what does make a good photograph. And what makes a good photograph for me? I think everyone will have their own answer. There are there are reasons that we all make our own photographs. Things that we want to accomplish but for me. What makes a good photograph is one that engages that connects with people? You know when they look at it. They're not thinking. Oh I wonder what lens he made this with. Or what camera. I wonder what his histogram looked like. Oh my gosh. It's such a sharp photograph. There's something more their their story. There's poetry there's Emotion and mood that kind of thing that human connection where photographs goes a little bit past? The brain connects on a deeper level Not Without the brain but just on that deeper level where you're thinking about it days later or it makes you think a different thing or feel something. I just wanted to connect and you know the kind of photograph. It is will determine how it connects. But it's that connection that is so important to me. I do think because each one of us is constructed a different way we have different emotional structures and different memory is different histories and so on and then we always believed that. I mean those of us who are deep into the photography in Ohio really enjoying living it on a daily basis. We believed at what we feel will connect or connects with us. We'll kind of translate into you. Know we will send this message. Further and hopefully other viewers also connect to the image to the same story. So where do you think? Is this common denominator. Is there something like this? Which is kind of like a common emotional message that we can into image. I would say I would say common but not universal I think that you identified it rightly that we all have different memories and well so for example. This photograph that I made a bear. Some people were will react. with confusion. If they don't know that a white blackberry exists. I think it's a polar bear in Weiser standing in the middle of you know a rain forest Some people maybe that have had experience with a bear that is a deeply negative And have fear about it will feel a different thing about the photograph and someone that has spent time there in that location with maybe even the same bears will have yet another emotional reaction to this so I do think that there can be commonality and then our work will find its own audience. Some just some people just won't resonate with your work at all. They won't understand it. They won't like that's fine but you can't resonate with absolutely everyone but it will find its own audience and for those people. Yes that's those people are the people who feel this common thing about that photograph but even then it's not it's not specifically common is. Just I think in generalities do think Adding description at least titles photographs Mexican cute. Do you add captions and titles to your own images when publishing them. I think context is everything Tomas I think sometimes context can be important for example if I want my work to be put forward or to have a conservation message. I may include that photograph with a story or with a short paragraph. That explains some of the detail or some of the urgency or the statistics that are behind for example. These spirit bears or you know endangered an endangered shark or something. If you're using the photograph in that context yes it would provide more information than the photograph Cam but if you were putting it on a wall or submitting it for consideration for a major awards competition Then the caption would would be less at necessary because the work is stands on its own as as what it is so I think context is everything. Sometimes it's really helpful and understanding and other times it's it's not necessary

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Iowa caucuses: Buttigieg and Sanders in airtight race for the lead

The Adam Carolla Show

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Iowa caucuses: Buttigieg and Sanders in airtight race for the lead

"So partial results as we as we record this from the Iowa Democratic Caucus just released Tuesday afternoon after Monday. Night's delay have Pete Buddha judge and Bernie Sanders in the lead former South Bend. Indiana mayor people to judge was in the lead with twenty seven seven percent of delegates and delegates. And say I accept that one lady that was not a fan when he was married to a man in third and fourth respectively are Elizabeth. Warren eighteen percent and Uncle Joe Man Sixteen sixteen percent for Joe Biden. The release of the partial count comes after heavy criticism of course of the vote counting process in the state that forced the Democrats to delay releasing using the results after the caucus. These results are based on sixty two percent of the votes from priests precincts in all the ninety nine states. It'll get easier Also I read that. There's lots of other states that are using this kind of technology like Nevada's next and three weeks like don't worry. We got under control because this APP was a disaster voting seems pretty rudimentary like it seems to this day and age. Figure this one out card in the slot My feeling with the more sort of I think in California you can vote like ten days or the election we also have stuff for like people go door to door and get your vote and bring it in for themselves and then. There's all the controversy about whether it's of oppression of colored people or whatever they're complaining about my feeling assists. Let's just go have a day. You fucking vote on that day or you. Don't vote on that day. It's it's on the calendar. It's almost coming. Do you think that should be a national holiday so awesome. It should be a national holiday or should be able to do a half day or there should be basically rule that says look. I've lived all over the place. I'm not particularly motivated. And there's always a place to vote. It's down at the church. It's down corner parts now that the school to whatever it's all kind of on the way and then people go. What about some of these people live in rural Mississippi and they only have a donkey? Okay the maybe they. They'll vote. We'll get by on it. And then and then they go well. Shouldn't they be allowed to vote. Well here's the thing when you live in the fucking sticks. You don't have access to a costco. A lot of schools. Don't have accents or live in the fucking sticks. That's your your thing. Now there's probably advantages that go along with that and you can kill all the Avon ladies you want to stash them under your port and nobody's wiser Weiser Avon ladies myself but if you're off the grid wouldn't cadillacs line to find more fascinating about this whole thing is just how how much how much weight people put on is there. A state that is less representative of what the Modern Democratic Party is Iowa the whole state of Iowa there are less people than in Los Angeles Orange County one. There's like one black guy in Iowa right isn't that how many who's there the representative of the of the cheap modern Hakka who cares. I don't I'm sorry I don't care what people in Iowa think about. Who should be the next president? Why don't we matter more in in California? We're we're like half the United States is here because we're a bunch of liberal Douche. Nobody cares about us. Well we have a black listeners. A female ALF. We need you to move one so that we can repopulate number one number two. So there's all the controversy make it make it a holiday or half day or whatever again if you if you live on a fan vote on the swamp. That's your fucking business. You may not get to vote on this debt because we're just having a day you show up or if it's important to you park available at that day in in Uber and to extend the and show an ID and if you don't have access on ide- let's work on that too because it's two two thousand twenty everyone needs an ID. You can't travel. You can't have a life. You can't book anything you can't. You can't really pay taxes. You're not on the grid if you don't have an ID you're you don't exist assist in this country in any meaningful way and you can't take and you can't give if you don't have an ID so let's get you an ID. Let's pick a day as making a holiday. Alday go and show your. Id cast vote and that'll be it. We'll be waiting for stuff to come in and all that and look if you happen to be in Hong Kong along and you move there for years ago for business maybe you don't vote for four years that's fine and that's a that's a choice. You made it. That's fine. I'm fine with it. It's a couple of people. Spread spread

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"weiser" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

Pro Business Channel

14:19 min | 1 year ago

"weiser" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

"Do you want to reintroduce Gye. Do I have to sum up the topic. Being prepared for having sustainability is a challenge for most companies and in our studios J. Weiser who enables organizations and their leaders to increase their odds of success and Jay is going to tell us about that. He is a strategic. Transformation inch formation specialists who has worked with the CEO and VP of Cox Automotive and has Several degrees and doing exactly what you do. From the Wharton School Colon Emory Gonzada business school right here in Atlanta so j I introduce yourself and just tell us a little back history. I always like to know we're people have come from shor short so I'm actually when people say a southerner I saying yes except that southern New England uh-huh from Rhode Island originally the state smallest state with the longest name. Is that true. I mean I've never Massachusetts doesn't I'll deliver or the full name is Rhode Island and Providence Plantation. Oh sure you got me on that one. Yeah that's a good trivia. Yeah so so. J T t tell us a little bit more how you got involved in what you were doing. Sure sure so. Solving business problems always been a passion helping people be more successful. Well has been a passion and started off my career in banking and everybody can put together these beautiful spreadsheets but what they can't do going back but Kelly satis tell a story. What's the story the strategy how the businesses going to run? What is trying to do? And if you don't have a story you probably not going to be making money so you know from that. I got into consulting where I can actually be doing that. fulltime and working with a variety organisms in a variety of industries All at the state level Friday of functions. And it's like how do you get those teams to work together. I need help them be more successful. Not just once. But how do you build their skills so they can keep on doing that on a going forward basis And I'm done Adam. Adam Banking I've done that in insurance Restaurants and healthcare pharmaceuticals across a variety of industries. And I've seen so many different issues that organizations face talk about some of those throughout all those business different business sectors. What are some common thread Ed? Problems or challenges those organizations have you know I think that probably the most common one of the most basic level. It's how their organizations work. Do they talk to each other. Do they collaborate whether it's a cross function whether it's up and down the organization that is probably the most common element communication everything. Okay okay so so now. You've got company. ABC XYZ and they're not communicating between the different departments geography wise or even internally. So J. comes in the Superhero. How do you fix that so I think I is really listening to the client? And it's I do a lot of interviewing so I'll talk to all these different executives and I'm synthesizing and integrating that information so that I can feed it back to them so they start to hear each other her sometimes. They're afraid to bring things up a meeting. They don't WanNa look silly they don't WanNa calm. They're afraid offend someone exactly so I'm bringing back act together and then I'm facilitating these discussions. So they can collaborate and work together so they're on the same page. They know where they're going. They know what they WANNA do because if they're not talking and working together it's just not gonNA happen well. Jay and I are very much in the same space I I am a corporate and business developer myself and I had a meeting with a three brothers Fifty five to sixty five and started that meeting with very much. What what you were doing doing and I started saying? Hey what's the end game. And the youngest fifty-five said well I can't wait to sell and you should have seen the other two brothers right then and there right now. Family businesses in particular are challenge. And I'm sure you've come across that as well yes no I've done One family business was fifth generation. And Wow that's unusual. Oh Wow being host. The initial founder had four sons. Each son was set up a business semi related and now they were trying to bring that together and that was a child. I thought it was the rothschilds. No no this is actually a company out of Chicago. They are in the textbook business. They run college bookstores. Ars And that's been interesting industry to because that's one that has changed and his who uses books everything's online that's not. I didn't even use textbooks when I was in college. Maybe that's part of it right up my table I mean That's interesting industry. Because has not just I mean. It's almost going by the wayside right so are they pivoting to digital platforms or exactly And you know with their business around around college bookstores so there's a lot of retail You know all the swag all the charts the jerseys hats but they're also having to adapt her on textbooks expense. Now it's not just textbooks you know whether it's a book online you can rent a book from Amazon. They've had to change their business model They also do a lot of work with King through twelve schools so those are still using textbooks but they're also on mentored by digital by digital art by digital assets but I'm sure they have the systems in place but you know the challenge going digital is now the inventory they're not having to They need to ensure their monetize that that's not getting dispersed whatever rate so they built in a platform to for security access and exactly and the thing is I used to have all these warehouses. Now you don't wear yes so that you need fewer of them. That's the flip side. That's the advantage to it right So what do you typically come into the mix when when a company At what point does it make sense to call today so I think there are a couple of things now. I kind of think things fall into four areas one one. The company's been disrupted performance and stagnant. They're realizing that what they've died and got them to where they are isn't going to get them to where they're going. So that's one true who are companies that might be performing okay but they know the world is changing and they're wondering how do I become more ready prepared an evil twin avenue. I've become more aware of what's going on in my business third. I've worked with companies who are leaders in their industry and they're like okay. We need to take our game. Mm to the next level. If we're GONNA stay had how do we do it. How do we avoid the pitfalls in probably the most interesting are high growth companies so companies that are led by their founders entrepreneurial? Now they WANNA double triple quadruple in size but they don't want to have all the baggage that a big company has they. I don't want to have the bureaucracy. They don't WanNa have too many policies and procedures but they know they need some structure. Yeah I can commend and help them do that and still maintain that Jilani still maintain the culture that is really driving the success of the organization. That's a tricky balance to pull that off. I could give you a fifth category and that's accompany that doesn't know it needs help. Well how are they going to not call jaded. Yeah now from from my world I own a manufacturing facility with one hundred employees. I use for for twenty years so I know that that private business sector and indeed family sector but not only from my company but from similar companies in Alice. OC deal with and that's that's a particular challenge because many individuals whether there'd be partnerships closely held companies. They're an engineer. They had a patent. The company grew from two to five and two fifty million and they're counting on organic growth and they're also don't realize that they meant their own Peter Principal that yeah. They used an outside accountant. They brought in an accountant but now they need. Maybe you're certified or maybe outside consulting so tell us about some stories that you've come across with that that you have to convince but make people realize their own Peter principle a short sometimes. It's really about building awareness. It comes down to asking the right questions and really a core question. As how confident are you given what you're doing today you're going to be successful in the future. Have you considered. Who Your competitor's might be I did work with a major supermarket chain in the southeast known for Customer Service and I had a conversation with them and said about five six years ago. What do you think about Amazon? And they won't. They sell books what to do with groceries. Now they're are competing with Amazon and Insta- card and you know all these different companies that are getting into online so it's helping them think about the future and building that awareness that helping them seeing things from different perspectives. They have that. Oh Hamam and they're like gene hadn't thought about that before. And from that we get into a discussion about okay so given where you are and where you WANNA go. What do you need to change? What do you need to be thinking about? It goes back to that communication and collaboration. Because it's not going to happen unless they're talking to each other working together and in alignment with each other. You know I'm glad you brought up that alignment factor because most companies are started by a very engaged founder. That has this vision and they still have that ability. Ready to envision things right but what happens is the organization feels like. Oh No. We're doing this and they don't support the New Vision right right. So how do you get the the core executive staff to get out of their own wheelhouse if you will and support that well and I think part of it is really answering the question question. Why you know what's driving the business You know sometimes. People are concerned with changes that worried about how it's going to affect them where where they're going to fit How's IT GONNA affect existing relationships with customers and it's again it's really having those conversations to talk through that because because you know it's Kinda you have to think about these things intentionally? You have to be mindful of what's going on at the end of the day. You want to have those debates and you want to have those discussions but then when the team comes to agreement everybody is going to be on board. And if you can't be on board you might have to make a decision whether or not that's right view. We got a couple of minutes left on the clock. Has I'm seeing here so I I've been making a bunch of notes here About this conversation and thinking about application for our business. I mean I'm not going to get an invoice for this. This is some great advice. If you're listening and again listening into the Georgia podcast here on the business channel networks from our Alfred Studio here today. already Reutemann as we call audio is in the captain's seat here chair today rich Castano alongside oxide with Kelly done is in our studio. We've been talking about their efforts in helping nonprofits and then Jay Wiser is here as well. So Jay the closest out a little bit about I actually wrote down a little bit the obvious but that why sometimes we get so much into systems and building we start with the vision like already was mentioning Right But then we get into the day to day operations all important stuff but how often do you need to remind yourself about the wise part one and then also what what. Some words of advice viceroy tips. You would leave a for our listeners. So I think it did me. A couple of things are the clients white comes first and the client needs to know what it is is. They're trying to do who they're trying to serve. Now when it comes to my Wi- my wires. I WANNA help businesses succeed. I want to help my clients become heroes and I want to help them able to sustain success. Now you asked about parting words of advice. I think the first thing is Louis on. You have to listen to your people because your front line pokes damn the best ideas they know what's happening with your customer but at least listen to second the second thing for executives is to be curious ask questions challenge assumptions. Look at things from your customers viewpoint. Point from a competitor viewpoint from suppliers viewpoint. Because that's when you start to see things and when you see differently you can think differently differently man. That's a man. This is some definitely of I like that idea of the executives to challenge assumption right. Because if you don't Is Reading something I forget who who mentioned the other day but it's that age old adage about if you're not if you're not moving forward if you're not innovating you're dying right And sometimes you just get in an uncomfortable zone right coasting And there's a time time and place for that right but one of I was GONNA say with asking questions challenging assumptions You might have an assumption going back to that supermarket a business then. It was all about people coming into the store that people wouldn't want groceries delivered. They want to talk to the butcher. They WanNa talk to the banker. They want to meet the people in the store but what they really want is food and there are different ways of delivering that there are people who like that relationship people younger folks who they're busy and they're like okay..

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Projected No. 1 pick in the 2020 NBA draft James Wiseman has been ruled ineligible, but court rules he can still play

ESPN Daily

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Projected No. 1 pick in the 2020 NBA draft James Wiseman has been ruled ineligible, but court rules he can still play

"Breaking news the NC Double A.'s. RULED MEMPHIS big man. James Wiseman possible number one overall pick in twenty twenty ineligible according to his lawyers players. That was Friday when University of Memphis Freshman James Wiseman the number one ranked recruit in the country was ruled ineligible by the NC Double A.. But just hours later Weiser was back in the starting lineup after challenging the governing body in court. It's a risky strategy for WISEMAN IN MEMPHIS because they're aggressive response sponsor. Become the new normal in college. Sports

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"weiser" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on WJR 760

"Right, right guy. Ron Weiser is just speaking right now at the podium were catching bits and pieces of what he said, but walking the podium right now is Bill Schutte and his wife, MRs Schutte Cynthia and their children here. The certainly shaping up to be a speech of concession. I hope you'll be able to join the if can able to get it. Mike. We can we can certainly hear the cheering. And when he starts speaking. We'll let you know Kenny we can hear okay anyway. Interesting conversation, the two ladies I spoke with both in the medical field. They went out heavy voting today. And they all got almost a costed by exit polars and Oliver patients told her they purposely fudged the exit poll colours came out. Oh, yes. I'm a democrat. Oh, yes. I'm a liberal. Oh, yes. I want prepaid healthcare. I want more goodies and everything and everyone, and there was like nine of them that went through this deal at the end. And she says do you and they were all rock rib conservatives this is all a farm country out in Williamson, and they just did not want to play into the game at all. So I found that surprisingly she wouldn't go. She wouldn't go on record. She wouldn't go on tape. She wouldn't give us her name. But she's says trust me this happened today. And we're just fed up with it ten it's not like that our listeners didn't know that. That was happening. It's one of the reasons why they felt that they couldn't trust polls because they know themselves that they have been fudging the results because they don't like intrusion. A and they don't trust pollsters. Be because they mung up the Trump election. Well, they were telling me some of the questions of the exit polars were asking them, what your religious affiliation. Are. You catholic? Are you Jewish Protestant area? Right. Nostril are you liberal or conservative how much money do you make how old are you? You what TV networks do you watch? And how long do you watch them? And she says, it was incredibly intrusive. So we purposely deliberately at told them what they wanted to hear. So. It's like everybody is watching out here and everybody is listening. Yeah. Has has Bill stepped to the podium? Yeah. He is there. He is with his family and MRs Schutte right now and the tone in the room by telling what's going on is become surprisingly, quiet. The certainly sounds like a speech at concession to this. All right. Can we listen in to build Schutte Nowy can't because we can't pick it up? Let's see what we can pick up KENNY'S, Mike. My two sisters, Sandra Gretchen are examples of Levin Durance and Lisa Gerstein occur as well. And. Neither Sandra Lisa could be here. But Gretchen the real Gretchen in my life, Gretchen shoot. He's here. Oh, goodness. I tell you Lisa Posthumus Lyons. I have to tell you, ladies and gentlemen, she something else..

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"weiser" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Various shenanigans if you want to look at it that way creating this rule so i i don't know if that's a factor in this year's budget but last year it was now and there was money spent on the wall last year not a whole lot of it but there was money spent that was not allocated for it and the guy writing for this us news is a member of something at taxpayers for common sense and they study this kind of stuff to find out how the american people are being screwing cheated misled what have you so it's something if something to think about it a lot of people i have found that i don't know what kind of credibility this has i really don't i'm still tracking it all down a lot of it can be refuted with simple notations of other things happening in the news but there's a body of thinking out there that trump is the one that's pulled a fast one here that trump has found a way to get what he wants in defiance of congress with the assistance of some members of conference on congress on the rules committee and one of the reasons that defense budget is so big is because a lot of it can be used for such things as the wall again it's it's nebulous if that's true i asked myself in weiser mnuchin on tv demanding line item veto the situation rush where if you veto it then what do you do.

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"weiser" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Wisdom steve weiser's sam aside dot com up to look into almost is up on the top of his time in his website there and you'll be able to see everything about steven was the scams and revamps and the trend these scams next prison he'll be speaking and he does by the way he does speak at prisons and and and i think he has learned much of his education curricula they pull them over in the side a as you know i i pulled off one back in that you know in the eighties i want to talk about the all the all criminals he may be correct there's no that's the east electricians walked in the door greg holgate mike a concealed asta wellness oslo's i wouldn't make that very clear because because you know i have a bs detector and i believe nothing russ believes everything and when i see something like this come across takes a lot for me to have the needle moved so to speak to use drafted on an actually fixture so exactly right so it i you know after all talk to a lot of investors have talked to a lot of people about gragham in a wrote this down yesterday when i was in a meeting with craig i learned this thing called pam rusty yano no pimps curriculum i'm leave paul electromagnetic fields pulse let me showing what this means can see this year i years of oscar pulse it looks like a mouse creates a pimp pulls electro magnetic field that is what this means for.

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"weiser" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Um anyway he released a newsletter to address the whole controversy uh it reads uh oh a wise weiser's pictures those law was gone out depature pat i make a bigger gosh aren't i get samantha give marine glasses all here oh i can make a big on the screen how well okay now it does have a weight afefire from the two uh made sexual misconduct planes right away um of called completed his review it's at allegations made against mario batalli abc is terminated is alicia we have a he will no longer appear on the two on his that wonder morning talk shows being an egg act outtacked atoll tissue soup they got all kinds of mon yeah autonomous do yesterday as i want tell me to movement thing he was like you know is this you know they move moving on these guys and does no investigations does i you clearly gone read any articles and don't care which is fine ranked most people downloading don't ivory we do read these articles on the show for living uh every last one of these gives an investigation litigate fire is within the commpany right um and they're lucky is not a criminal one yet none of these muffins went to jail yet by the way sensei hopefully some of them do but none of these maverick is again fire without any level the notice like somewhat every time she comes out there light we looked into it oh we is accompanied a lot i do now.

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"weiser" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Leap play at their maximum ability and are you seen that from towns or are we seeing towns being even though you look at towns is lying you're like oh man thirty two and fifteen was a good night but then weiser be yelling at him and why both the it's the defense right like that's word that's where you're like okay you we know you can score we know you can pass while we know you can be a an offense of a dynamic layer but can you defend and mike the problem is that this team needs him to defend it's not just like just for him to prove his worth it's just the team actually needs a sevenfooter like you know a guy to to be a rim protector and he's not being that yeah i was just i'm a little worried that there seems to be mounting evidence and like kind of odd noise that saying towns you need to your should together man not only from the media 'cause we just about everything from his own team jimmy butler is just riding his ass constantly right and he still hasn't put it into gear and be like oh by the way i'm a topfive town i should go knew what these guys do i think thais your point earlier which i kind of now agree with a meet as you don't have bowler in there there's there's like a different kind of chemistry i i i don't i i think you still make the gambling if you have the ability really availibility to get a superstar like that but in a way you right like there will be less pressure more time to you know will the young guys together and have them succeed especially in the west this year i feel like they would still make the playoffs with those two guys right they could let's run through a few more of these tape acts rapid fire haley i'm gonna go you for this next one did the suns wish they could take back taking josh jackson over de'aaron fox frankie smokes dennis smith junior or most importantly the rocket to the moon donovan mitchell d so do you really want me i talk about you this is the accent audio intel and we're all clearing out for you here okay so i want to tell you guys a beautiful story about a little girl.

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"weiser" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Save for or positive every i did in the you were saying earlier leggy it was the putting it out that was enough when i first heard the first track i think i fought like she just fearless so but you know what i mean winging with my eyes closed is i was like she doesn't care like she this is this is her i felt that competence knows know what i felt that release of like louis i'm just you know i'm not i'm not going to worry too much about this just do this thing it's an 11 god and your fears is now facing your fears and the whole term swinging with my eyes uh this is really all about moving forward and fighting through the fear of knowing of not knowing what's had not knowing what's next in weiser in and you can't we can't always seeing no what's next right well we we cannot move forward can't just stay frozen that's that's what's behind that song and you know in on white summary all love feel of the song love story of the song of you know he's getting your first kissed that that fear of of being afraid of of what's next if i take as kiss or if i you know dive into this it's uh it's the same for anything we fear in life you know what we just have to do it we're not going to never do it churbanov everyone feels that way like i think what i was listening to the record and now you've said this the record was done with the optimism of a survivor and i think for me if some goes to something like you've got through and i want to touch on some of these things and some of the things he survived through you can also come out on the other side being quite cynical you know what i mean.

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"weiser" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Is of a certain person so now the type buttoneddown dole boring ways i intelligent or super intelligent perception weiser's case with obama but there is a a club like dress code a club like approve motor behavior and of course trump doesn't fit it in dan this guy's point is that if trump can come in here and throw the establishment upside down uh throw it for loops totally discombobulated with with chaos being the result means they are failing to keep the lid on their club and i know i know what he means uh it's a very exclusive club there are behavior codes there are ways you can get excommunicating thrown out things you have to do to stay in the good graces and in the process they've kept everybody with in certain boundaries in terms of public speaking behavior uh appearance so when trump is just thrown at all all of window and people are liking it you know somebody there trump's really anomalous fate none of this buttoneddown phoning his a real guy she goes on to say here there are uncharted waters here for sure but they may not lead this such bad results after all the partisan political structure in place for so long has brought us numerous wars twenty trillion dollars in debt and a government that is grown well beyond the juice lewis exactly and i'm not going to go through it again but i would throw in the destruction of the whole idea of a college education is part of what this group is done they've made it so expensive that graduating with a degree is only the beginning of your problems dealing with the debt that you have because it cost so damn much to go uh you can't deny in a war folks the wave look at war uh in in many ways not all wait a look at war is it's up vang a business it is one hell of a business have you ever stop to ask yourself why are always saying that we wars going on any day of the year there's a war some were going on you ever wondered do you remember lifestyles of the rich and famous them let show with robin leach f for a two or three year stretching that show the va steve big celebrity.

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"weiser" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"I have on on the line with me brad weiser he is the lead hotel developer and a principle of host mark hospitality management uh he's at the perry hotel in key west florida and i want to thank you for making the time to be with us today bread oh thank you for pleasure to be with you in the united and congratulations on being with your career with great anniversary show thank you and now have made it's a it's a joy and i can't wait i mean this week is going to be intense because it's a it really is a big deal to go through years of archive programming and pull out you know the unique the special the unusual the funny the and the super informative some guests who were remarkable you know i wanna put in the show now that i'm thinking about that while i'm talking to you we did a wonderful interview with marvin hamlischhoward and i wanna put that in the show in when he was visiting the berkshire mountains of western massachusetts where we broadcast a n originally from one i'm travelling elsewhere are anchored by my barefoot beach kommer senior producer david is body and on air travel companion of end lady fiona money not money lady fianna could norfolk who is the lady of the house and highclere castle in england where they film downton abbey and i mean they're just some wonderful people that we have interviewed over the years that pop to my mind immediately but after we get this you know that this is for first ones then we drill down a little and there so many interesting and exciting people that you know are worth being included in an anniversary show especially 15 years entering her 16th now as the benchmarking of them but let's talk about you brad apparently you grew up in the hotel persists now i did i did i came from a family of from the hotel industry a company my father started many many years ago in in in miami after being a lawyer guarded at her company in the late dictator in miami and i started work in and out of 1 hour 12 or 13 years old when have done the beko i've done of hotels and restaurants while i am sure.

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"weiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The time of the shooting the trump administration issued another certification that iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal struck by president obama the law requires the administration to certify iran's compliance with the nuclear deal every ninety days some conservatives had been raining hard on the white house to say iran is in violation they point to inspectors findings that iran supply of heavy water which could be used to produce plutonium is just shy of the limits set in the deal insisting a longterm strategy for iran is still being worked out white house spokesman sean spicer says the president's view of the nuclear agreement hasn't changed i heath and very consistent with the fact that he thought it was a bad deal steven portnoy cbs news the white house earthy gallon council officially votes in dennis weiser is the city's acting mayor tonight weiser currently the council president he stepping in as interim mayor until they set up a special election weiser says he does not have plans to run in that race the council will approve a dates later this week former mayor john dickerson resigned to join a coalition working to protect the great lakes skywalker faces a new challenge in his bid for reelection might be qidra's foil paperwork to set up a run is a leader of a nonprofit group that encourages people to challenge the political establishment lucky businessman indie gronick announce he will run as a democrat state school superintendent tony ebner's also says he's considering of bid coming up sweetener not the only thing artificial above flavored water drinks in their health claims wtmj news time is 735 german lopez the in the past the music dancing fun for the whole family july 28th toilet i as an thirtieth warmer waters they thought featured a steals debra scores rich let's just top blubber jackie athletes that a country competed against thrilling shot against on have the petition us for nearly two coverage of visit jila i have travelled on from fish is tied to hit it also is joe and i lost the amazing mineshaft in hartford is hiring an executive chef.

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"weiser" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Why there are weiser rockets owner selling deny chris bomb that that's why would selfish cher nano a donald the dissing very strange and he knew i feel like if somebody else sales than they know some we don't like being bays apparently doing better than it's ever been ever and he's like i i'm good i may tired of all this melo doc i can't say i blame his i trade firmer don't i don't care anymore amata right i'm literally out of you one how much you once for i imagine it has something to do with a billion dollars oh goggles a two billion yet the franchise most recently valued at one point six five billion he purchased it for eighty five million it added that bad yeah out cell either advocate season tickets of yom fine with that but if it if worth one point six five after he casella for two yeah i mean he he had it for twenty four years so he saw two titles you bear vso like right when he got them he saw two titles he should've silva might they're getting it out and now he's just been sitting on uh the gold mine i don't know why anyone ever cells pro teams like it's all it just prints money boredom i guess is gonna be honor has got to be boredom what are you like what else you and i do though just like count money play out sounds fun on sampoerna should.

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"weiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"We touchy it tell us recovery times for something like this can vary there's an lawmaker was first elected to the us senate in 1980 thanks has had previous battles of cancer and his team today that he is resting at home and in good condition after his surgery perry ellis parks abc news capitol hats wtmj news time three thirty three three foxconn executives have said that they would like to decide before the end of july whether or not their factory with ten thousand jobs will come to a skansen will come somewhere else in america what exactly their game plan is racine county is most often mentioned right along on the 94 corridor where a foxconn facility would likely go the recede mayors the new guy he is dennis weiser just became the mayor after john dicker stepped aside and i had the chance to talk to mayor weiser earlier this afternoon mr mayer were all very excited about the possibility of foxconn coming to your neck of the woods have you been in meetings with foxconn leaders we have not had any meeting with anyone on pop icon at this point we hope to get them information somewhere down the road but so far the the county the really major by nobody has appeared information with are you surprised when you read almost daily in the newspaper another headline and people are talking about this a lot but they have not talk to you guys in racine yet i am a little surprised but um world big boy in and we will we'll we'll get over have you gotten any indicator that those meetings will be forthcoming no no idea the only five can i information i have the milwaukee journal sentinel ran a series of good article over the last month on a fire on ninety percent of it was generic information however and not specific to roofing iverson racine mayor dennis weiser is with us on wtmj so i know you've been involved in your political career in helping to develop business to land business that sort of thing what do you think it's going to take to land a company like foxconn the competition is going to be here so i believe i just saw the other day that the state of minnesota put together two hundred million dollar in santa package to get back to find a home in minnesota 'some the other state under consideration will will do more at.

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"weiser" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Continent to stand up to the challenges posed by islamist terrorism extremism and government bureaucracy i asked on north america editor john sopol the his assessment of mr trump's words i think this was the tech to ally america with the fight in the west against the rest as it were at his enemies were various a curious raging from north korea which is kind of an easy to explain what to russia's interference in ukraine but also say the values at the west were under threat from things like bureaucracy was that a failed big european union as some people think it might be now we any weiser's what is worldview is his world view is a very difficult thing to analyse because for anything the double trump says you can find normally something that he has said wish starkly contradicted on any number of different issues i think he is obsessed by the idea that america has been rich off in world trade and the rest of the world is laughing at america and his destiny is joe his the put on earth to reverse that but in terms of the alliance's that he makes he is a person who has done deals or his life he's done bilateral deals one two one with a builder who's going to build his hotel and he will be negotiating of what the price should be for building i tell he's now in a situation whether a ferry flexible alliances and i think the big learning curve for total trump is that he is not living in a world of bilateral relationships the world is very multilateral and into depended on i think that is.

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"weiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"weiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About that in weiser to this necessary in this country but it's not going to dissuade them from doing my job i'll try to protect my staff and certainly my family we need to breathe before it persist with giving strong and insist that people care about one another maker in different ways and be respectful you know i've heard the story to that only twelve thousand roughly twelve thousand people have served and certainly as an african american female when i look historically in this country it wasn't that long ago and i would not have been allowed to walk into the capital i am now a member of congress and helping to make decisions that will hopefully make this nation a better nation i come to work every day trying to make a difference how we started this day is a tragedy it does not deterred me it does not shake me it does not scare me adjust reminds me of how important this word is and i'm going to make the best of every minute that i'm here the congresswoman val demings democrat from florida congressman paul mitchell republican of michigan thank you both for returning to the program we appreciate it and here after that they turned back to their phones and the staffers who had been waiting patiently nearby they'll demings started to leave the before she did she turned back in give paul mitchell hug he returned had you're listening to wnyc.

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