35 Burst results for "Welsh"

Election 2022: Few voting issues seen as key races unfold

AP News Radio

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Election 2022: Few voting issues seen as key races unfold

"AP balance of power I'm Sagar Meghani in Washington the first polls are closed the first races are called and there are no surprises so far Democrats are going to keep the Vermont Senate seat now held by the retiring Patrick Leahy with Peter Welch moving from the house to replace him Republicans Rand Paul and Tim Scott will keep their seats in Kentucky and South Carolina The focus is still on a handful of tight races that will decide the Senate majority like Pennsylvania and Arizona The AP's fiduciary reports the AP vote cast survey of voters nationwide shows some discontent Most voters say they are defeated about the direction of the country is going in with concerns about high gas prices and the potential threat to democracy being among the top factors The president's pushed hard to brand maga Republicans as that threat to democracy the GOP meantime says the blame for economic troubles is squarely on him It's looking to seize control of at least one chamber of Congress which would upend the president's plans the next two years Sagar Meghani Washington

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What Is the Left Doing to Former Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

What Is the Left Doing to Former Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh?

"Involved in election integrity issues. What is the left trying to do to you now, Carolyn? Well, I've been attacked over the last few years on a county level that on a state level and recently the FBI knocking at my door. But I think that was because I was an elector in the Electoral College. But I think what their purpose Sebastian is is to silence you. It doesn't matter how they do it. It doesn't matter if they do it on a local level, trying to attack you and of course the press works with them to try to smear you. It doesn't matter if they try to go after your good name and your integrity or agency. It's to silence you. And to make you stop speaking out. And the way they did that to me over the last few years on every level was to attack, to even charge, I ended up with two misdemeanors believe it or not. And to begin to make you fearful of speaking.

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Former Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh on Her Support for Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | Last month

Former Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh on Her Support for Trump

"We do not apologize for our love of law enforcement. The boys and the gals in blue, one of whom came up to me during our battleground talkers tour. We thank everybody who secured our facilities, kept the crazies at bay. She is the former sheriff of Chester County, Caroline bunny, Welsh. Welcome to America first. Well, thank you so much, Sebastian, and let me tell you that event the other night with you and Chris de Gaulle and Mike Gallagher and Dennis prager, you talk about a manhood hour that was it. That was the testosterone levels were pretty high. I hope they weren't overwhelming. You came up to me. We got a few selfies. We chatted with the offices of warminster who were looking after us. But then you said that you have been going through some interesting times in part thanks to your support of my former boss president Trump, so schaff Welsh walk us through the last few years for you what you did for president Trump and what the left is trying to do to you. Well, I was involved with president Trump and supported him from the moment he came down the escalator. I thought he was amazing and was sure he was the right answer and God's answer to our country. I got very involved. I was then involved with the national sheriff's association. I became the vice chair of America's sheriff for Trump. I was also appointed by the president to the advisory board national advisory board for women for Trump. And I was very prominent. I was a delegate in the convention at 2016. I was an elector in the Electoral College in 2016. I was also a delegate and an elector in 2020. So that put me very prominently and many visits to The White House. Why did you and your fellow leos your fellow law enforcement officers have such a good relationship with my old boss? I will tell you why. He was after he was inaugurated in January. One of the first meetings he had was with law enforcement. I was one of the ten sheriffs, all of the other agencies, chiefs of police, FOP. He invited us for a private meeting in the Roosevelt room. There were about 30 of us. And he sat Sebastian and really listened to what we wanted to say.

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"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Norms Saturday Night Live buddies, Adam Sandler and David Spade and Molly Shannon are there. So are Dave Chappelle and David Letterman. And Conan O'Brien, who appreciates not only what Norm Macdonald says, but how he says it. He had to, I think, best work choice of maybe any community I've ever seen. He intentionally mispronounces words. When he knows, he knows how to say TV. He says it's the TV. He came on our show. I think it was his first appearance and he was talking about a doberman and he said it's a doberman. And he knows. But he's constantly screwing with you on every level. Right. But his word choice is he was like Mark Twain. He was, he had this folksy completely out of time and I don't know if he was born 300 years too late or 300 years too early, but he's talking in a way no one speaks like that. And you really appreciate the way he says things. There's a great example of that in one bit where norm, instead of offering any wisdom, wonders why we've come to expect it from him or any comedians in the first place. He mentions one comic in particular, and as Conan notes, mispronounces his name on purpose. But he's got an even funnier idea, a more philosophical one just around the corner. It's been your comedian they expect you to know things nowadays. You know what I mean? Didn't used to be like that. During the Vietnam War, they wouldn't go, wonder what red skeleton thinks on this. But nowadays, like I've heard, they go, the comedian is the modern day philosopher, you know? But first of all, it always makes me feel sad for the actual modern day philosophers. Who exist, you know? After norm set, both Dave Chappelle and David Letterman tried to define what makes norm McDonald's nothing special. So special. It was very in theory. It was amazing. The form is different. It's not strictly speaking, stand up. It's something else. Yes, it is. So is the extended conversation afterward. Part wake, part party, and like Norm Macdonald's portion, unusually intimate. Even with longtime.

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"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Or am I wrong about that? During his time at GE, many GE workers benefited. Those men and women at the company who were invested in GE stock, they got to see their fortunes rise along with Welch's and the companies. But again, it depends on the time horizon we're looking at. If we're looking at just the years he was running the company. And just what he did and who benefit at that point, you can make a case that sure. He was good for at least the GE workers who didn't get fired under rank and yank or under his downsizing or offshore or outsourcing. But fast forward and look at what happens to GE's pinchers. Look what happens to the men and women holding GE stock. As it plummets in the years following his departure because when he leaves all of these flaws are fundamentally exposed and Wall Street starts seeing through the charade, so his reputation among workers was a complex one. I think for some GE workers, they enjoyed the benefits. But even in the 90s, when Jack was riding high, it was becoming commonly understood among organized labor among union leaders that Jack had led a charge in the early 80s that was resonating with them still. And has ultimately helped erode union membership in this country to record low levels today. Let me reintroduce you again. We're going to take a break here. We're speaking with David gellis. He's a correspondent for The New York Times. His new book about the late Jack Welch is called the man who broke capitalism. We'll continue our conversation.

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"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Ultimately, his successor continues this process, and it leads GE to get into things like sub prime mortgages. Short term lending. And all of these businesses become dangerously exposed when the financial crisis finally hits. In addition, Jack used financialization to use GE capital to essentially smooth out the company's earnings. So every 90 days when the company reported its financial results to Wall Street, in the weeks before it had to report, it was able to massage its earnings and do a few transactions here a few transactions there. A few assets buy a few assets if it needed to make a few write offs to come in and hit its earnings targets just about where it had promised Wall Street it would be. And that led to this unprecedented run of almost 80 quarters in a row when GE was able to hit its numbers. Something no other company has ever come close to. What's interesting about this is that the focus on quarterly earnings reports was kind of a feature of corporate leadership in these days that you had to convince Wall Street that you were doing well. That was the benchmark once every three months. And if you did that well, your stock price rose, and Jack Welch did that really successfully. It struck me that if they were able to hit their targets, year after year after year after year, and you're talking about tens or hundreds of millions of dollars in quarterly earnings, it must have looked a little suspicious. I mean, could anything be that, I don't know, could anyone be that successful? I mean, it seems like it must have been fudged just on its face. We have to remember that before 2001 2002, it was a very different era on Wall Street. This was before the sarbanes oxley act implemented a great deal of more stringent financial disclosures on public companies. This was before some of the major corporate scandals like enron and tyco and WorldCom. And it was frankly an era where men like Jack Welch could get away with simply not sharing as much as we might expect big companies to reveal about their quarterly results today. And that's just what he did. It was largely a quote unquote black box. No one really knew exactly all the transactions that were happening inside GE capital. And that was the intent. Now, some people definitely were suspicious. And indeed, not long after well retired. Bill gross, one of the most influential investors, the cofounder of pimco, big Bond manager. He writes this scathing, rebuke of GE, where he says the company's honesty remains in doubt. And goes on to say, GE has been shrouded in mystery for a number of years..

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"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:58 min | 6 months ago

"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

"About the cultures of work. The 9 to 5. It's a myth and rest around the world. I came into this totally prepared to defend my American productivity. At work, the new season of the NPR podcast rough translation. We're speaking with New York Times correspondent David gallas. He's written a new book about the career and legacy of the late Jack Welch. The widely celebrated CEO of General Electric for the last two decades of the 20th century. Gellers argues that Welch's doctrine of ruthless cost cutting and single minded focus on corporate earnings harmed workers ruined GE and warped much of the American economy. Geller's book is the man who broke capitalism. So when Jack Walsh took over the GE corporation in 1981 and ran it for 20 years, you say he forced a lot of downsizing a lot of layoffs. A lot of outsourcing. And he went on an acquisition spree buying other companies which changed the nature of General Electric and gave it control of a lot of companies that it may not have known quite what it was doing with. The third thing you talk about is something called fine financialization. Explain what you mean by this. Jack understood that in the early 1980s, the business world was changing. And indeed, Wall Street and the finance industry was poised to grow in truly exponential ways. And that was the result of changes in technology that were enabling different kinds of market making. And it was also the result of a great deal of financial innovation at banks and leveraged buyout firms, et cetera. And so even before he took over, he had identified what was known as GE capital, this financial center inside the company, as an area that he believed could be really the future of the company. And over the course of his 20 years in charge, he did just that. Many of his acquisitions well beyond kidder Peabody served to enlarge GE capital. But in the process, they took GE into all manner of ultimately somewhat risky financial products. GE all of a sudden was transaction in large corporate real estate deals. They were managing white label credit cards for other companies. They became the owners of enormous fleets of least vehicles and airplanes. They had satellites that they released. And so all of a sudden, again, they realized Jack realizes that finance this large umbrella term for a whole bucket of businesses that are quite far from the factory floor. Hold potentially the keys to making GE as he desires the most valuable company on earth..

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"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And Welch realized he sort of had bought himself a mess. But at the end of the day it didn't really matter, because what Welch was focused on was using deal making to make GE. Not only bigger, but as he said, number one or number two in every industry. You know, you write that when he bought NBC, it made him a media mogul. And gave him a certain level of visibility and access to celebrities. I mean, what was distinctive about his approach to owning a broadcast network? I mean, did he meddle with content? He reveled in the limelight. There's no doubt about that. Under his watch NBC acquired the rights to the Olympics. And the story goes that he was not entirely persuaded of the business merits of the acquisition, but he understood that it would be a good opportunity to whine and dine other executives and celebrities at the Olympics. And so he went ahead with it. Beyond that though, Welch understood the power of owning media properties long before I think many other media moguls truly did. Now, whether he meddled with coverage in an ongoing basis, I don't know that we can make that claim. But there are instances when indeed some very senior media executives who are working for him at the time have shared anecdotes about him actually doing just that. There were reports that on election night in 2000, Welch is in the decision room at NBC and pressures the team to call the election for George W. Bush. Now, I think they resisted that temptation, there are disputes about whether or not that happened. But the implication was clear, Welch understood the power of the media and at least at times tried to use his influence to shape events to his liking. The remarkable quote here, I mean, I don't know, how reliable this is, is him saying in the newsroom on the election night of that razor thin Bush versus gore race. How much do I have to pay you a holes to call this thing for Bush? Pretty stunning. Indeed. We're going to take another break here. Let me reintroduce you. We're speaking with David Geller's. He is a correspondent for The New York Times. His new book about the late Jack Welch, who was CEO of General Electric for 20.

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"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

"When, as a young associate, his first year at the company, he decides to quit because he learns that his colleagues got the same raise that he did. And he thought he was doing better. So he said he would quit the company. And it was only after his superior, promised to give him an even bigger raise that he agreed to stay. Was not a rich kid growing up, right? He was not. His family was relatively poor, his father was a conductor, a unionized conductor on a local commuter railroad in the Boston area. And he grew up with what he said, quote, his nose pressed up against the glass. He seemed to feel slighted from an early age. And that clearly drove his behavior to the extreme in the years that followed. So he joins General Electric, we should note that he got a degree from UMass and then got a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Illinois at champagne. He gets a job at GE, he moves up in the plastics division, starts moving up the management ladder, what was his record there? What was his style? He was pushing his subordinates hard from the very get go. Early in his career, he was overseeing the development of a new type of plastic in a Massachusetts plant. And he forced his team to go ever faster, ever harder, encouraged them to experiment with a highly volatile process that hadn't been fully tested. And there was an explosion. A large part of this factory blows up. Miraculously no one is hurt. No one is injured. And the next day he is called down to headquarters in Fairfield, Connecticut. And rather than being reprimanded, however, the superiors at the time sort of let him get away with it. And he took that as evidence that he could continue to, I think, push the envelope, push the limits, and get by with a sense of impunity in a way. Ultimately, though, he had real success. He helped oversee the development and introduction of new plastics that became very profitable. He kept moving up the ladder inside GE and was ultimately identified as a potential successor to the CEO at the time, Reggie Jones, and asked to move to Connecticut and join essentially the Succession race to replace reg, which of course he ultimately won. It's one thing to have policies that squeeze your employees and make them work harder, try to make them get more productivity..

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"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:37 min | 6 months ago

"welsh" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. I'm Dave Davies in for Terry gross. If you're concerned about the growing disparities of wealth and income in the United States, as well as the decline in unionization and the fact that our economy seems dominated by corporations committed to downsizing outsourcing offshoring and financial manipulation, our guest, New York Times correspondent David gellis says that to a remarkable degree, these trends can be traced to the career of one man. Jack Welch was the chief executive of the General Electric corporation for the last two decades of the 20th century. In a new book, Gillis says Welch's ruthless cost cutting and single minded focus on quarterly earnings transformed GE and made him a celebrity CEO, a darling of Wall Street whose methods were widely praised and copied by other corporate managers. But gelles argues that the spread of Welch's management principles was bad for workers, bad for the economy, and ultimately bad for GE and the companies that followed his lead. David gelles is a correspondent on the climate desk at The New York Times, covering the intersection of public policy in the private sector. Before that, he was a reporter and columnist for the business section for 8 years before joining the times in 2013, he was a reporter for the Financial Times. His new book is the man who broke capitalism, how Jack Welch gutted the heartland and crushed the soul of corporate America and how to undo his legacy. Well, David gelles welcome to fresh air. You know, Jack Welch took over General Electric in 1981 and I remember it as a company that sold toasters and appliances and dishwashers and refrigerators. This was a company founded by Thomas Edison, almost a hundred years before, give us a sense of GE's role in the American economy and the American life back then. As I dug into the history of GE, I found it hard to overstate. Not only the impact that GE still had in 1981 when Jack took over, but really its role in the history of American industry for the better part of this century before that. This was the company that brought us a vector lightbulbs, power plants, x-ray machines. This was the company that introduced everyday products, like the toaster oven. They were behind the mass marketing of radio sets and televisions, dishwashers. The list just went on and on. And that was just on the consumer side. When you looked at their influence on industry and government beyond what we might find in our kitchens, they were no less influential there as well. It was GE that helped put men on the moon on the Apollo missions. You go back and look at those pictures and there are lines and lines of GE engineers working side by side with NASA engineers. And right up to the present day, the size of that company became at one point, I think representing something close to 1% of the American GDP. And there was a phrase. As GE goes, so goes the American economy. Right. It had a very strong record of research and development and innovation. How did it treat its employees? Like many companies in the post war era, GE was a relatively benevolent employer. Many people call it the golden age of capitalism..

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Pastor Shawn Bolz and Eric Discuss Liberty and Revival

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 9 months ago

Pastor Shawn Bolz and Eric Discuss Liberty and Revival

"Hey folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Sean boltz. The book is encounter. Sean, we're talking about a lot of stuff. And one of the things one of the themes here is that I think sometimes people think in religious ways that they keep in a little religious box. And they forget that God wants to use our faith to touch everything. And even when you're talking about the simple issue of liberty, right now with the truckers in Canada, there is revival happening in those places that people are realizing we're in a war. People are trying to take away our liberty and who are often the loudest voices is Christians who say yes, God wants us to be free. God wants us to understand how we're supposed to function and we're not supposed to function the way marxists do the way socialists do. We're supposed to be free. And so you're getting stories of at some of these truckers rallies in places like Canada, people get the microphone. I love it. And they're sharing the gospel of Jesus. Absolutely. This is something that God is doing. It's amazing. Well, and I think of every great move I've got to revive that actually hit a nation, like Argentina revival, Welsh revival, the UK revival of the 14 1500s. It start with a little minority of Christians who weren't allowed, and were possibly even passive, and then all of a sudden something woke them up to say this isn't right. We need to stand against injustice. We need to stand for the kingdom. And it's happening again today. It's happening in America. It's happening in Canada. And we're going to hear more and more that you're one of the conversation leaders is driving a narrative of what God is doing and what Christians are doing, what people are seeing and impacting their faith. I think when you read a book, like encounter, it helps set up at the foundation and your heart to say, wait, God is with us in a really unique way right now. And I need to believe and see that. And I've got incredible feedback from the book, more so than any of our other books recently. It's just so crazy to see people who read this and feel like I have a vision now. It's activated things that God's putting me from a long time ago and I'm ready. It's a now time. And I think that we need these kinds of resources right

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Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 9 months ago

Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

"Welcome back folks. I'm talking to James O'Keefe founder of project veritas, author of the new book American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. So James, I was just referring to this film mister Jones, which talks about Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist who sees in Soviet Russia in the Soviet Union in the early 30s. What Stalin is doing, which is evil with a capital E but the other journalists, most notably Walter duranty of The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize that's never been rescinded for effectively giving cover to Stalin's genocidal murderous regime. But I thought it's so incredible because what the story of the film shows is how one of these reporters, one of these journalists, Vanessa Kirby's character, initially she's basically said, I believe in this communist utopia. And I'm willing to look the other way for the greater good. She eventually changes. But it struck me that that's where Mary very many American journalists are today. They hate Trump so much or they hate something so much that they're willing to overlook the facts, the story. I mean, the most dramatic example for me was the Hunter Biden laptop. When that story got buried by everybody I thought I just feel like my country is dead. You don't have a country if you don't tell those stories. Well, that's true. And in this book, I write about this idea of in journalism. There's always been a tension between access and autonomy. So what I drew from the movie about Jones movie was a study of the potemkin village, so the guy had access to the Soviet Union, and he was being told these things. And these days, journalists, if not narrative Eric, they tend to relay what they're told by the powerful. They just relay it to you. Okay, here's what The Pentagon says. Here's what Putin is saying. Here's what this guy is saying. Well, that's not really journalism. That's more like public relations. So of course, I can't go to these fraudsters. Hi, I'm James O'Keefe. Tell me all the fraud you're committing. They'll never tell me the truth. So investigative journalism is what you really want. You want, okay, you're told X okay, I'm going to go try to disprove X by finding out why. That's not happening anymore. And the reason is not just politics and narrative, yes, that's some of it. It's also economics. It's expensive and it's difficult to challenge the company line or to challenge the government line. And you burn your access to the government. Right. The Biden administration will punish these

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"welsh" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"welsh" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"Anything to you. You are listening to The Oprah Winfrey Show. The podcast. For four decades, she has reigned as one of America's most famous sex symbols that killer body and Maine of auburn hair made her a worldwide sensation, but despite being a household name, Raquel Welch has rarely spoken about her life offscreen. Now, at 69, Raquel is opening up in a deeply personal memoir. But before we get started, let's take a little peek back at this one of a kind career. The year was 1966 when a 26 year old Raquel Welch appeared in a dough skin bikini for the movie 1 million BC. Almost instantly, the mother of two became one of the world's sexiest women and began a remarkable 40 year career. She has starred in more than 30 movies and dozens of television shows. Along the way, Raquel Welch landed on the cover of time and acted with some of Hollywood's most legendary leading men, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin Elvis. She starred on Broadway and even won a Golden Globe for her role in the film the three musketeers. Offscreen with more than half a $1 billion in sales, Raquel's signature wig line has proven she has got ahead for business too. Recently, she made the list of GQ magazine's 25 sexiest women in film of all time. They said, back when women had bodies, Welch was the body. Oh my God. Well, this is what 69 looks like. Bring it on. Welcome rock L Welch..

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Jackson completes Clippers' rally past 76ers for 102-101 win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Jackson completes Clippers' rally past 76ers for 102-101 win

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British queen appears to show irritation at climate inaction

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

British queen appears to show irritation at climate inaction

"Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second has been cool to microphone criticizing the global lack of action on climate change the ninety five year old Monica's films on someone's phone once a thing Welsh parliaments in Cardiff the queen commented to her doctrinal Camilla Duchess of Cornwall but she still didn't know who was coming to cop twenty six which she will be hosting England's guide several heads of state to governments including China's xi Jim paying have not said whether they will it's hands on the recording parts of which China will double the queen also appears to say it's irritating when they talk but they don't do her comments come around the same time her grandson prince William and his concern for the planet's walls criticizing the new trend for space tourism we needs some of the world's greatest brains and minds fixed on her iPad this planet's not trying to find the next place to go live contrast and then

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"welsh" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"welsh" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to daily sales tips. Podcast and i'm your host scott ingram. Today's tip comes from ashley. Welsh actually is the co founder of somersault innovation and the co author of naked sales. How design thinking reveals customer motives and drives revenue. She's endlessly curious understand the why behind people and their ideas and has spent most of her twenty plus year career in sales working with global companies to inspire collaboration and innovation and is always thinking of new ways to solve a problem or create something captivating. Here she is be the customer of your customer so that you can have an experience of being their customer and then share that with them you learn all sorts of good information and your customer is going to be curious what you learn so couple of examples. Were working with a client right now. They do something called in response tests. That's essentially being customer. Their customer they'll go online to their prospect or customer. They will write in a query. Let's see and see how fast it takes them to respond. They collect that data they can compare it to their competitors for example in then they can serve the back to their customer and say. Hey i had this experience. China's out in this is what i learned. It's a great way to get information. And it's a great way to connect with your customer prospect. Another example i love is we were working with an executive at a salesforce and he was selling his house and so he was actually a real customer of a real estate agency who was also his prospect so he had his experience of selling his house with this realtor a real estate company and hit all sorts of things to share so when he got in the room with executive at this real estate company. He said actually. I don't really want to tell you about salesforce right now. I wanna tell you about my experience. Customer any said it completely changed the game in terms of the conversation and he ended up getting the deal but it started from this conversation that was very authentic about his relationship to the brand versus what he was sowing. So check it out buying be creative. Find different ways.

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Biden Visits All Three Attack Sites on 20th Anniversary of 9/11

NPR News Now

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Biden Visits All Three Attack Sites on 20th Anniversary of 9/11

"Been a day of remembrance as the nation and the world mark the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks in their wake nearly three thousand dead on that day many more related illnesses and deaths in the months and years that followed at adjust ended twenty year war with all its associated national divisions and challenges. Npr's amy held reports for the twentieth year families remembered loved ones lost alongside countless moments in your city. My brother tj hargrave who. We continue to miss an love every day. The world is the lesser place without him in shanksville pennsylvania. My cousin debbie jacobs welsh and at the pentagon defense secretary lloyd austin guardians of our ideals as well as our security because we cannot have one without the other president biden visiting all three sites of the attacks. That's burke. The warriors recently seem to an end in afghanistan where the taliban who gave shelter to the terrorists rule. Again amy held. Npr news president biden and president harris concluded their day with a wreath links ceremony at the pentagon where one hundred eighty four people were killed. Many more injured twenty years ago. The president also visited new york city and shanksville today to honor the nine eleven victims. He told reporters at the memorial for victims of flight. Ninety three moreover ruin. they're also incredibly difficult. People were affected is a breeze back. You got the phone. Call the president plans to spend the rest of the weekend in wilmington

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America Marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

NPR News Now

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

America Marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

"Us is marking the twentieth anniversary of the september eleven terror attacks that left nearly three thousand people dead sparked a just ended twenty year war and change the nation npr's. Amy held reports for the twentieth year. Families remembered loved ones lost alongside moments in your city. My brother tj hargrave who. We continue to miss an love every day. The world is the lesser place without him in shanksville pennsylvania. My cousin debbie jacobs welsh and at the pentagon defense secretary lloyd austin guardians of our ideals as well as our security because we cannot have one without the other president biden visiting all three sites of the attacks. That's burke. The warriors recently seen to an end in afghanistan where the taliban who gave shelter to the terrorists rule. Again

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"welsh" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"welsh" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Would be foolish to save a massive campaign. Such like the largest. Let's campaigns suffrage didn't have a huge impact on that will say that the you mentioned the tabloids i think is really interesting that The tabloids particular incredibly virulent about lesbianism and things like that particularly particularly by on not but it goes up to that point. That wasn't even a public discussion around the fact that there were lesbians even now. That's the genie can back in the bottle. One of the ripple effects of greenham is that you know we all much more open about the fact that women have same sex relationships as well. You might not the time but civilly was something that one of the women sets me. I saw lesbian on the tally on tent. And i saw it in the papers. I thought oh my god. I'm not the only one that that's my people that brought together for lofty wise to open bet. That primary relationship didn't have to come from that which is an tonight's toco i. I was reading so just a final thought from you. If i can't always reading from one of the women who who green say there's a debate about how effective it was in terms of its initial mission around nuclear and people do debate that that's a whole other discussion pops or a different time. But it's exactly what. Rebecca was just starting to say that there were bigger things to come from it around what women perhaps learned and some of the discussions around feminism. Do you think that's what if you know nothing about it. Do you think coming new to it. That's what you could take from it to are. You would have to be because you look at the whole science. The wet the role that women had back then. My mom's vowed to to obey my father. That was the way it walls that and then suddenly you've got us looking at prison the way that the prison service work because we as green women were were committing crimes and being convicted we coming into prison and we were saying the way that women were mistreated imprison and the the fact that women were imprisoned for minus sacks of small amounts of money is was not in incarcerating dangerous people away from society. Which is something. I believed it all so i think we have to look at the role that women played in society as a whole a lots of people are getting in touch with what it did for them as well in those different feelings that elicited some of them very positive some of them not so. But that is exactly what you remember. I'm sure as you will be marching and walking. Good luck forgetting there on friday. Thank you for taking time out of that. Walk rebecca morton and sioux. Say now just to tell you about something that i mentioned right at the beginning of the program because we always want to market when there's a first for women female football referees still arrest site even rarer sites when it comes to officiating the men's game early this year. Rebecca welsh became the first female referee to be added to the english. Football league's national group list for men's football and became the first woman to officiate an efl matinee poem when she took charge of higher gets to league to defeat to port vale. But apparently rebecca. This was never your grand plan. First of all congratulations and good morning. This wasn't the plan which people are shocked to hear about both..

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"welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"I have super exciting interview. I am so pumped her this on. I'm sitting down with mary. Welsh fox stay sick and we are talking all about her new show on. Hgtv breaking bland and diving into the winding journey of how she got there. We dive into specific design strategies. We talked about the creative process. We talk about her show and she also shares her story. And i think it's amazing because it's a really good example of how your story can truly defined your style your creativity and the life experiences that you have is something that you can draw on when you're creating your spaces and trying to find what you're style is in create a space that speaks to you. So i'm so excited. I think by the end. You're going to be so pumped up to go. Check out her new show. So let's dive into this amazing conversation. No cavern welcome back to make space. Today i have a really really special guest. I'm beyond excited to sit down with her. So i have mary welsh fox stay sick. Don't put your her name and you're gonna talk. All things design things her new show so welcome thinking highly. Thanks for having me on i got. You didn't butcher my practice so to start by just diving into your story. Like what did your journey into design even look like Interesting ride to save at least but you know it's funny. I've had to reflect on this ally in. They noticed. now. I do tell my story. Every time i remember more. You know what i mean. Eli Turning forty this year so there's a lot of it that it's a long time x w interior design in school so it's been a long time since then and there's a lot of paths that you just forget about and yet you forget about pieces. Were like integral parts. That really made you who you are but like ten to acting go to the glossy shiny things about the hardships. You know right so if you want me to start from school i guess. Let's start there. Cool i i went to colorado state university and was went. Their agricultural school in i A huge snow skier be sending biology. So that was like my plan. But i always wanted to be an artist and really wanted to study art but at the time. That wasn't a new there. Were art majors. And i knew that that was a possibility but i at that time. Not like only like a businesswoman or a scientist or a doctor. He had not the only thing that i could do to really make a living Didn't understand understand that guy. Just starving artist so i never was working with my hobby. you you know when you're artist you just can't let go. That is like it burns inside of you. And i'm one of those people if i don't love what i'm doing then like i don't wanna do you know what i mean like..

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Carlos Welch: Homeless Poker Player Wins WSOP Bracelet

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Carlos Welch: Homeless Poker Player Wins WSOP Bracelet

"Their fifth. And second isn't so much for your business. The business side of it like the coaching but the difference. Second i is a pretty damn big deal. So yeah you're very incentivized to get i because of all the downstream money that you can make you know just now your w. bracelet all right so like that matters way more than lateran from fourth to third or third second true truth users reminded me of the last thing. I'll say on this topic One of my other goals coming into this was even if i don't make a final table even if i don't cash maybe i can get in some updates and so if they like see my name a bunch of wip updates and re tweet bows by maybe that also you know somebody will see that a. Hey this guy has been battling with the grandlieu. Maybe he is a good coach. You are like a. You're a co host on the thinking poker podcast. You'd been around like people know who know you've right. Like i feel like this is i mean i mean. Is this really both the needle. I know i know more is better but like i see carlos on thinking broker like i'm gonna take He's that's a high level dude. Like i see carlos unlike a update on poker news and like he's playing tournament true there. There's a certain ibew poker player. Who doesn't li listen if they can poker but i say a certain type of as as a small number of people. There are some people. Don't listen with bigger portland. Who knows him. This as if that's not like ninety five percent of players. So as like i think for some of those guys me being able to win a hand against filming bay overshadow the ten episodes. I've done i'm thinking fokker. Yeah songs going after that market. You're you're probably thinking about it. More rashly than me. Like i it from the purest perspective of like you know you're you probably got looking at it the right way though. Yeah you're thinking about it from people who are you thinking about it from a perspective. People who all my level who probably wouldn't hire me for coaching anyway after about the mediocre poker players. Like you know old carlos. Well i mean you know. I've got a course called fish in a barrel right so like i use the f. word fairly prominently and the reality is like everybody starts out as a fish. Right like when you're unstudied when you don't know much about boker we all nobody like just comes out of their mother's womb as a poker savant we all start at the same point and so like you know there's lower level poker players who are fish who are beginners that find out about you through you know an outlet like poker news and then investigate like that to me makes a lot of sense and that's those are the type of people that you know. I think that you're gonna do an amazing job As a teacher breaking things down simply for those lower entry level

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Malaysian Prime Minister Resigns Amid Anger Over Virus

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Malaysian Prime Minister Resigns Amid Anger Over Virus

"We turn to malaysia or the prime minister mcginn. Yes and and his cabinet have resigned. The opposition leaders were calling for the prime minister's to step down. After he delayed the opening of parliament for over two months. Legally we have the right to be brent. From entering ballymun miss yes in submitted his resignation to the king earlier today and the palace said in a statement that he will stay on in a caretaker role until a replacement is found but now that the country's leader has stepped down. This appears to have thrown the country into a fresh political crisis as malaysia deals with its worst cova. Nineteen outbreak and a decimated economy. Well for more. I'm joined on the line from kuala lumpur by political analyst. Bridget welsh bridge. Just give us a sense of the timing for this and why the prime minister is saying he's stepping down now well. The prime minister has You know acknowledged. He doesn't have a majority of the parliament support. His speech on his resignation to the public doesn't fully sort of a Address some of the reasons why I think the public pressure has been on him to resign. Which as you pointed out are in the economy in the in the record number of cases The initially slow vaccination rate which says since picked up where over a third of the population is now fully vaccinated but the fact is is that i think that there is a covert has had a very big impact and of course this is created a context for elites to be able to pull their support from him and i think that me and yes instill sort of suggested in his speech that that he was still had lots of support which i think is probably not the case from the perspective of what how he perceives it in the case of the parliament He clearly doesn't have the numbers. The question now is who will have the numbers to form of government

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Olympics: The Salt Lake City Buyout

Conspiracy Theories

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Olympics: The Salt Lake City Buyout

"In february two thousand and two athletes from seventy seven countries gathered in salt lake city. Utah for the nineteen. Th winter olympics during the opening ceremonies ice skaters carried flags honoring the previous eighteen host cities. The crowd applauded for locations. Like lake placid bjork seat. Maria switzerland oslo norway more but when the salt lake city flag entered the stadium. Spectators erupted into earthshaking cheers for many salt lake. City residents hosting the olympics was a lifelong dream. Thirty years in the making after decades of unsuccessful. Bids they'd finally earned the chance to host the winter games. City officials hoped this would catapult their city to global stardom turning it into a booming tourist destination as their flag triumphantly paraded through the crowd. It was not hard to be filled with a sense of hometown. Pride however. Tom welsh the man responsible for bringing the winter. Games to salt. Lake city was conspicuously absent. Instead of celebrating he was facing fifteen counts of fraud conspiracy and racketeering. The us government claimed welsh ranna sophisticated campaign of corruption spanning the globe. He'd spent hundreds of thousands of dollars bribing dozens of olympic officials just to bring the games to utah. It appeared that salt lake city didn't earn the olympics at all. They bought them.

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Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case

Murder In Alliance

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case

"That we've heard firsthand from an expert about the type of person she believes could have killed yvonne lane someone angry. Who knew von personally and had a reason to attack her with a vengeance and we've heard how botched the crime scene was how the scene didn't match what joe said. I think it's important to take a close look at who exactly detectives were on the case and turn the tables instead of putting the victims under the microscope. I wanna put the cops under it and look at their records and try to figure out why this case was such a mess. I've already talked about a couple of alliance. Police officers like quinton artists. A patrolman who you on allegedly said had started harassing her after a traffic stop. Artists is now a registered sex offender. Then they're officer rick. Who's last name. I'm keeping private for now. Who detectives told the psychic was rumored to be dating. You're on and possibly the father of her youngest child. But now i wanna focus on the four detectives assigned to the case as you may know already. If you've been digging through case files on patriotic. They were detectives. Lloyd bud samson william muko mark walsh and john leech and i want to start with john leech on april first nineteen ninety nine detective. Leach was not on duty yet. He was called in to help. Here's detective samson in his two thousand eight deposition. you've heard clips from before to assist us. Exactly his day off when he got called in. That was true that he was called off vacation to help us this case. And we've called in whether or not was vacation a lot. I don't recall that but yeah he was called in. Did you make the decision. That would be an order now. I do not but somebody did. And so each mccall on the day off part time off and helped samson says. There was no quote lead detective on the case. But according to samson he and bill mucciolo did most of the investigative work leach was mostly on the case to assist like mark welsh. In fact. i won't go into mark welsh much because he wasn't a big part of the case at all.

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"welsh" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"welsh" Discussed on The Chip Race

"It was real vibrant source of sort of strategy. And everything else and david was you so it was very good lot attack issues today. Daria probably midway through your answer. I was on my answering is for what's next for mason. I'm sure he'll he's gonna stacked if he's a very he's still a very sharp guy. We got him on the show before very much on point we. We're going to get him on the show Talk about his latest book as well. He's also been a friend of the podcast sierras to set up a threat. They're on his Onto prestige which was very helpful. So yeah i mean it's always sad to see somebody bowing out. But i do think he's retired at very well mason's a very smart guy. He's made the right moves at all the right times and i think this this is just the latest case. Obvious timing being very good. Yeah huge contributor to poker over a long long period of time and You know we obviously wish him well whenever plans to do next if that sort of semi retirement or full retirement good luck to him. He deserves carlos on that note. It has been absolutely lovely to have you on particularly at such a special time. You are on our list of people to have on this very show but it became very much prescient that we should have you on this very week. Rather than maybe it's time or whenever it would have been Any final thoughts as you enter into what is going to be another few weeks of recipe. Online you don't forget to plug all all the supreme plug carlos yes so plugs I will say thinking poker..

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"welsh" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"welsh" Discussed on The Chip Race

"And somewhere along the line along the way i found poker and i found poker because like i said grown up poor i was always looking for ways out of poverty and i used to mess around with these get rich quick schemes that you see the late night. Infomercials lost a lot of money. Going on certain days when i was probably seventeen eighteen years old and then one night i was watching and they said this guy named moneymaker won a bunch of money. And i'm thinking like who writes this shit like this is like. Obviously this one's a scam. I'm not falling for that. But i gave it. You know. I did a little research and i was like wait. This is real and sounds okay. This is going to be my quote unquote get risky scheme. That Starting me down that rabbit hole and so started playing a line around two thousand four and then singles primarily up until black friday Obviously that was like a disaster for a lot of us in the us. So i i was out for like a year and then these rogue. Us site started the pup. You can play on as so. I kinda got back in and at that time the sitting does are kinda dead so that started me on the tournaments and So this is around two thousand twelve and in two thousand thirteen I was a member of tournament. Poker edge and andrew brokers is one of the pros on that site. And so that's how i met andrew and Met him for the first time in person in vegas in twenty thirteen to get on the pie. And i think you pretty much. The rest is history from beth. Wonderful story With i suppose you can say it's a happy ending but unique and of say happy endings. You choose to decide wending stop your life goes on. Maybe it'd be a second bracelet in a few weeks time. I wouldn't be surprised. And i could talk about this. Know you could do. But we have to move on to some far lesser stories. Frankly london teas quit his game against bill burr. Because i was going to go it actually happened just after we dropped the last episode but it still falls within the floor nice of stuff. We cover here landon through in the tail in his head after only forty nine hundred hands out of the twenty thousand hands playing hundred four hundred twice as team decided. I guess that he couldn't overcome the nine big blind handicapped given to perkins but what was kind of unusual eight or nine hundred hundred previously. He wasn't far off. Pace swings are pretty common. There's going to be variance in that format. Of course we saw lots of it in the granny poke match several months ago so it was strange for it to kind of have the plug pulled so quickly but obviously his backers and he was substantially backed decided. It just wasn't a profitable venture anymore on you know fan. Some ghetto close. I guess our. I suppose they always have the option to stop. Many in the community. Were very critical of london. I guess they should be critical of london on his team. Took the broom too. But i think and and i know was very downcast and posted that video to twitter that i'm sure a lot of people saw was very hard enough to feed a lot of sympathy for him. He was obviously finding it quite tough. Darrow you saw that video. What did you make of. yeah. I think he did. He did. He did. Take a quick guy on to be honest..

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"welsh" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"welsh" Discussed on The Chip Race

"I grew up like i said in the atlanta georgia area Grew up pretty. Poor am was a pretty good student in school. So i kinda like work my way up in Started you know. Having some moderate financial success for myself Eventually graduated college became a math teacher. And somewhere along the line along the way i found poker and i found poker because like i said grown up poor i was always looking for ways out of poverty and i used to mess around with these get rich quick schemes that you see the late night. Infomercials lost a lot of money. Going on certain days when i was probably seventeen eighteen years old and then one night i was watching and they said this guy named moneymaker won a bunch of money. And i'm thinking like who writes this shit like this is like. Obviously this one's a scam. I'm not falling for that. But i gave it. You know. I did a little research and i was like wait. This is real and sounds okay. This is going to be my quote unquote get risky scheme. That Starting me down that rabbit hole and so started playing a line around two thousand four and then singles primarily up until black friday Obviously that was like a disaster for a lot of us in the us. So i i was out for like a year and then these rogue. Us site started the pup. You can play on as so. I kinda got back in and at that time the sitting does are kinda dead so that started me on the tournaments and So this is around two thousand twelve and in two thousand thirteen I was a member of tournament. Poker edge and andrew brokers is one of the pros on that site. And so that's how i met andrew and Met him for the first time in person in vegas in twenty thirteen to get on the pie. And i think you pretty much. The rest is history from

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How Carlos Welch First Got in the Game

The Chip Race

02:11 min | 1 year ago

How Carlos Welch First Got in the Game

"I grew up like i said in the atlanta georgia area Grew up pretty. Poor am was a pretty good student in school. So i kinda like work my way up in Started you know. Having some moderate financial success for myself Eventually graduated college became a math teacher. And somewhere along the line along the way i found poker and i found poker because like i said grown up poor i was always looking for ways out of poverty and i used to mess around with these get rich quick schemes that you see the late night. Infomercials lost a lot of money. Going on certain days when i was probably seventeen eighteen years old and then one night i was watching and they said this guy named moneymaker won a bunch of money. And i'm thinking like who writes this shit like this is like. Obviously this one's a scam. I'm not falling for that. But i gave it. You know. I did a little research and i was like wait. This is real and sounds okay. This is going to be my quote unquote get risky scheme. That Starting me down that rabbit hole and so started playing a line around two thousand four and then singles primarily up until black friday Obviously that was like a disaster for a lot of us in the us. So i i was out for like a year and then these rogue. Us site started the pup. You can play on as so. I kinda got back in and at that time the sitting does are kinda dead so that started me on the tournaments and So this is around two thousand twelve and in two thousand thirteen I was a member of tournament. Poker edge and andrew brokers is one of the pros on that site. And so that's how i met andrew and Met him for the first time in person in vegas in twenty thirteen to get on the pie. And i think you pretty much. The rest is history from

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"welsh" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"welsh" Discussed on The Chip Race

"Welcome welcome guys. We are back for another episode of the lucking. I joined his usual by a freshly sheared. It looks like darrow. Carney darah i feel like haircuts or lack thereof. Get more comments in our youtube comments than anything else on the show these days. Yeah i mean once. My hair gets Pretty much all our youtube comments are the state of attorneys hair dot past long time ago. I think the audience just kind of gave up. But i was. We were around my son's place last week with a visiting american kevin o'donnell shadowed kevin and my wife took some photographs and i was shocked. I mean my my hair standing off mad professor lake. So i thought okay well. Maybe it's time to get a haircut. Well i do the same this week tara. I think it's probably been a couple of months for me as well. So we're looking. Well groomed today without further ado. Let's bring in our very special guests this week. It's to be said he's a poker player. He's a coach a writer. I'm delighted to say he is also a wsb bracelet winner. Welcome to the show carlos welsh. Thank you guys. Thanks for having me look. It's great to have you on. Let's get right to it. You are the big story of the week. The only story. We really care about to be honest. Who's gonna be lot filler. After this a few days ago you took down the eight hundred as crazy through online event. Outlasting seven hundred eighty one other players to win yourself hundred twenty five grand on gold bracelets carlos you came into the final table relatively short stack you in a very big flip. I know quite early on with tens against as queen. Can you give us a quick summary of how things went from there That's actually a good question because my first thought was no 'cause every day has been a fall a brain fog since then. I do know that at some point. I wanna big hand calling Fifteen blind jammed from the small blind. And i'm the big blonde with a seven and i sucked out against as ten. So that gave me They kind of build my stake back up. I couldn't tell you of that was before the final table or not and then there was another wide open. Ace is under the gun and somewhat jab. Twenty twenty-five bigs only weighs king once again stated tournament. the money. I know it was pretty late but i don't know at what point of the final table that i built my stack backup from that. That small stack you saw. Are you still in the looking hotel room. I am in the same building different room but same building for sure figure room. I hope a room now. Actually smaller is actually smaller. Which which is owned brand for me. Yeah i mean. I listened to carlisle on the taking poker podcast on my on today and it was just afraid when the braces and he was still moving out of the rio for the weekend because You know the race up the weekend. So yeah yeah though. Want to give the money back. Well gaza alluded to there. I think even sleeping you hop straight onto a call with your good friend. Andrew broke us could friend of the shows as well to record impromptu. I'm guessing episode of thinking poker..

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U.K., Australia Seal Trade Deal

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

U.K., Australia Seal Trade Deal

"Case. Prime minister boris johnson has agreed trade deal with his australian counterpart scott morrison. The new pact means dog british products such as scotch. Whisky and welsh lamb would be cheaper to sell to australia. But farmers are concerned about the

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Here’s What’s Happening With COVID in Wales

The Red Box Politics Podcast

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Here’s What’s Happening With COVID in Wales

"Us about the situation in wales because we keep being told around the uk the the answer to managing covert in the future is really good contact. Tracing and testing and the welsh have announced. That test tries tax that that's going to be extended quite long. While i'm going to say i mean wales spending an incredibly well in terms of this crisis. I mean we've got about one point one million people who've been vaccinated in wales. It means that there's three to five point five percent who are fully vaccinated and it seemed that things are going great. And now we've we've gotten unfortunate situation in conroy way. They've got cases of the engine. Very intimate safety for cases doesn't seem a lot and they concentrated on sunday. No did new junction and penrhyn bay. But the reality is that this. Cluster is heading towards community transmission. And that's what was he cools. Major concern with. Lena morgan dwells health minister as you know really people need to go out and get tested even if they have symptoms because clearly i mean that is going to cause major problems for the rest wales if that's not popley contained

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Viking-Age Treasure: New Insights Into Life 1000 Years Ago

The Art Newspaper Weekly

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Viking-Age Treasure: New Insights Into Life 1000 Years Ago

"Martin tell me something about the culture of the area where they scored was found in medieval scotland. So galloway is a region of southwest scotland. That has a long coast that connects it to the irish. Saying but in the ninth century a it would be part of the anglo saxon kingdom of northumbria and so it was referred to in contemporary irish. Sauces added the saxon coast. It has linguistic background. That is very complicated. Because the result of returning ca is because modern welsh linguistic background than you've got an sort of anglo-saxon political control and at the period that the holidays buried you're just beginning to get another linguistic lab as people who are of scandinavian origin. But have been living in this irish. He region for at least a century beginning to settle an occupying particular areas within galloway. and so it's. It's quite a complicated part of the country. And the whole it seems to be buried precisely this time of linguistic and social change and that is a very interesting background and it's also reflected within the material but in old

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Olympians: Pat McCormick

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Olympians: Pat McCormick

"Today's olympian is known as one of the most determined divers in history. The first diver to win four gold medals. She now dedicates her life to inspiring young people. Everywhere let's talk about pat mccormick. Pat was born on may twelfth nineteen thirty and seal beach california. She was one of three siblings and spent much of her childhood performing bold. Stunts like cannonball often nearby bridge pat honed her swimming and diving skills at the local. Ywca to afford bus fare to and from the pool had performed odd jobs around town like mowing lawns cleaning houses and iron includes in nineteen forty seven a coach from the los angeles athletic club named eileen allen spotted pat and invited her to train professionally pad accepted the offer and so began her lifelong dedication to diving. Pat's childhood daredevil. Streak showed in her professional diving. After acclimating to the ten meter diving platform she soon started practicing advanced dives. That only men were doing at the time she became the first diver to perform a double somersault with the double twist. Pats dedication pushed the athletes around her to train harder to in nineteen forty. Eight hat missed qualifying for the olympic team by a tenth of a point though she felt crushed by the failure. She was motivated to try even harder to realize her dream. Pat practiced eighty to one hundred dives. A day six days a week until the next olympics rolled around today high divers practice and harnesses the protect them from harsh impact with the water in the event of a mistake but pat had to practice with no aids. She wore t-shirts over her swimsuit to reduce the number of welsh. She got from hitting the

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"welsh" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

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"welsh" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Hey that's great i'll try. I'll find a way. I can pick your brain about designing for the superhero world. Which you did obviously for batman is it. Do you kinda have to walk a fine line in the sense of not making things too drastic so that it takes you away from reality a little bit even you kind of have to suspend it a little bit when you watch those fast. You've asked an interesting question. And it is always a balance of you. Know reality and fantasy and paul My ideas to just whatever you do it that it's grounded in reality that it's that it has weight depth texture and gravitas. Whatever it is you damn and and it's always taken seriously as if this really is happening. Yeah exactly yeah exactly but then again you. Sometimes you're restricted but with series of unfortunate events and men in black films. There's room to play a little bit you don't it doesn't have to be as strict. Which is that's the fun part of your job problem Yeah i would say so. I'm not. I'm not making documentaries. I'm not making documentaries. And i like things to have a theatrical flair. We are actually. You know theater. And i'm in my i'm in the business of i'm in the entertainment business so i have to entertain myself and hopefully the audience goes along with it. Yeah if you don't have the design then that's that's half the battle right there. Frankly you love it love to love it. yeah i do. I really wanna thank you for taking the time It's been an absolute pleasure. As i said i'm a huge fan of your work and i mean that man was in great hands. Batman was in great hands. And i've enjoyed all the. I beat films and what you've done and i didn't do this. Ratio yes yes. I knew that i knew that. Yeah but you know they. They looked like they kinda borrowed some on and and Yeah and i look forward to seeing myself because you know. I'm so close to the material. I'll be curious curious the Absolutely i just kinda thought three. That was a great way to kind of put it to bed. But you know i agree. He found a new wrinkle up with a new wrinkle. That's what hollywood does all the time. But hollywood i can't go there. I know you can imagine. Take care you too now. Seen one apple take two..

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"welsh" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"welsh" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Have a room full of reference books that haven't been touched in eons and then there's something to be said for that because you know there there are there is there is book reference. That hasn't found its way into the internet. But there's just so much stuff out there That that part of it is good. If you dig deep and um draw. I collect reference And then i work with concept artists who take that input in generate. You know gorgeous digital paintings that that you can barely tell the difference between the yellow station and the still photograph january generated on there very often. There you can't tell And and weird. And when i started there was always a certain amount of surprise. You design it. You do drawing and maybe you know models and then you you put it together and you build it and there was always like wow. This is cool. There is a surprise element. It's not a surprising. Now because we have such great you know set illustrations and digital models and but there's still that that's thing of going down to the stage in the process of building and creating sets where you walk in the stage and go home. I god i love. And i'm surprised by this and i'm not surprised by that. And that's the real of conceiving and seeing come to life which is why you do it or why i do it. I you know. I have to compliment you on one of my favorite set. Your design is the penguin's lair in batman returns. I mean dow is just totally talking about capturing the character of the penguin that that's exactly where he would live and that was amazing. The think for batman returns as we had anton. I designed the first film and he passed away of course and you had to come in and the second film but i like that you added. It looks like you added your own touches to to like the oversized statues for example. Which is part of batman lauren. The comics was that something be discussed with you or something. Oh you did okay cool i. I don't remember you so long. But i do remember. You know there's the first movie so how how. how can i You know it's like improv. The the basic rule is yes. And so i embraced. Would he did. But then i tried to. You know jack it up in places and the suit my own curiosity about what would really what would serve this story. The best and you know the story of max schreck corporate greed and and kind of fascism all Cps its way into the design of that movie. Yeah i mean you had to design that whole town square and then like the alley where batman has some fights in the beginning and the shrek department store itself. I mean with that grinning cat. That was like ooh that's creepy. But that was the totally wake you a lot of fun and we we had. We started designing that before. We even had a script. Because that in one of those instances where you they say here's We're doing batman returns. We have a release date. We have a star director the but we don't quite have the script yet but you gotta go now because we have a release date and we kinda backed into started building with with basically an outline or a a few key sentences from writer or so. That was pretty. I was pretty hairy especially penguins. Layer was with a huge and miserable. Salam i because we had we air conditioned all of the sets the try to generate brass. But really i think it was. Tim's idea just to keep studio executives set by making it damp cold and miserable and We didn't have. We didn't have a lot of visitor And it was also for the penguins. The live penguins That were in that sense. Penguins prefer cold. Who knew and your work with barry. i mean what you did on men in black three to designed the past and then to take to nasa and i mean that was absolutely amazing how you capture data. I've actually that the gantry way for the astronauts. They actually walked on his at nasa in florida. So and you captured that perfectly. It was really amazing. How you blend the past. What's it like to kind of design the past a little bit. And i guess that's where research comes into your reference research and endlessly staring at it and in people who can and and then You know replicating. That was a really complicated movie to do. Whenever there's time travel involved i i. It's such a puzzle for your brain. It's just staggering. So that was tough. A hard one. I mean you literally have to watch it because if for example something is out of place that looks to today. People are going to say. Wait a minute. And i know. I i remember those days. Well i grew up in the sixties. So it's kind of like. I don't remember that but But then mib gets a little bit of a pass because they obviously had weapons that were kind of based on alien technology to so you kinda give them a little bit but oh yeah yeah that was a that was a tough one definitely but it certainly looked depart on that Like with barry The source material in the first script described the men in black headquarters. There's a series of brown stones in like greenwich village with typewriters next paper and i talked him. It no no. It should be a terminal unbeknownst to anyone. Because it's the whole concept is who knew and therefore to subterranean terminal for the for the coming and going of aliens seemed like the right way to anchor the show and to base the men in black and he of course loved the idea and the rest is history. Yeah that's one of my favorite designs to the age q. Is so cool. It's really amazing. How everything just fits the world so well and know if you would have done in the comics. I don't think that would have worked as well. Not for a movie anyway. So for unfortunate events any news as it. Is it going to come back for another season or maybe you started working out again. We know We you know there were thirteen bucks and we shot off thirteen books twenty five episodes and that's it we did it all so we're done and you can talk about. You're working on now. I can't talk about it. But i probably in. After the summer. I had such a great experience on a series of unfortunate events. I'm scared to go back to work..

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