13 Burst results for "laura joyce"

"laura joyce" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

05:38 min | 2 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

"Actually think the hyper targeting part of programmatic is what makes them special. you know. there's there's three different ways. We think about programmatic location demographics. There's behaved got location by itself is like blew my mind. I was completely blown away way. You could use location. You're listening to digital conversations with billy. Bateman the demand gen leader source for the latest revenue. Strategies presented by chapels. Today i am joined by the great josh doing josh really good as labor straight the Beyond yeah yeah. We're excited to have you. Sa- josh is the founder and cmo of above the full digital. And we're talk a little bit about programmatic today in breakdown what it is But before we get into that like you've got a really interesting background and loved for everyone to hear a little bit about your background and how you came to start above the vote. Oh yeah love to. I like when i love my story to share it So i got my start at a company called one eight hundred contacts which i know you had laura joyce on a couple couple episodes ago and So it's fun to be able to relive hundred context memories that she shared of what they're up to it when contacts but. Yeah i got my start there. I started the call center. And i love that part of my background because i was i was on the front lines right like i was phone. Calls talk to customers was awesome to be able to like start. I guess in my career there and quickly moved up the marketing team. It's kind of a cool story. I met my life one eight hundred contacts and we were on it similar team. We're getting a little bit of pressure that we may be needed to change teams or something just because this one makes kept it appropriate. Because i started were married and got married anyway so the job opened up a marketing kind of getting burned out of the cells team side of it. I realized i love experienced. But i wasn't for me long term. And so i went to the market. I really wanna a job. What can i do to get this job. And they said go home. Lord everything you can't about excel and good luck everywhere. So called the excel. Bible the driest biggest book. You could find ready like literally went through the night and landed the job so That was my first career. I went from being a corner. Agent actually being over digital marketing for one eight hundred contacts in the matter about half which was really cool then moved over ted to another company for about fifteen years The company's called progression and the cool thing there is. You know what i started. There was under a million dollars in revenue. There wasn't any formal. Marketing is really the first marketing higher that they had and when i left fifteen years later it was valued over a billion dollars. So you can imagine cokesbury got work with amazing people for the last couple of years there. My budget was about fifty million dollars a year just for just for digital marketing. Which was really cool. Yes i think those are the two things are really founded. Who i am and he's probably into you know what i'm doing now which is above all so right before i left a progression and company trying to figure out what i wanted to do the next kind of with my career in my life and i had.

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"laura joyce" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

Over the Shoulder

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

"We hope to see you soon pasia. He's but he's tom say. I'm getting ready the destination and i'm almost there. You see somebody on a story. We just like a desert in the backyard. That's all we need lacking that were to do nothing to do it. Like if i'm gonna come up with a african saying. I'm i'm sure it wouldn't be but don't come up with one roof as we put yours. Come with africa's samuel fans african. Let's revisit this at the end of the show. I i'm gonna come up one but we'll get some leeway give that might need a new station at it is a show we did add all some are could could give you the one that i said that nearly caused a woman to five million college. Okay okay laura joyce get set up all right so lewis yours so These girls were beef with me and my friends. I don't even remember. Why right. And i said all bark and no bite makes for a small chihuahua and made them even more mesh smack. Shit out he didn't she. I never got smacked by touch me as they say in my community hit dogs.

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"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"Speak to andy norman the author of mental immunity infectious ideas mind parasites and the search for a better way to think he offers tools to inoculate our minds against the worst forms of ideological contagion. The famed socratic method. Where you test ideas with questions and see how they fare and let go of them. If they don't withstand scrutiny that method is actually one of the beautiful and powerful mind inoculant. We can enhance it and turn it into something that goes even further in the direction of inoculating minds against the worst forms of cognitive contagion. It will be a thought-provoking season of visionary and practical ideas to reimagine our future until next time stay engaged. I'm milad moss. Thank you continuing to listen to future. Hindsight our executive producer is meal atmos the audio producers peter feedback and our associate producers are medium zoo and brookside. Be sure to listen to us on apple. Podcasts future hindsight dot com or wherever you enjoy podcasts. Every week This podcast is part of the democracy group..

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"Scenes in ways that we don't fully see and the other thing that makes me hopeful is that we have a vaccine and that the rollout has been so tremendous and finally but makes me hopeful is that it's spring that sounds almost trite. But it feels like we're so close now we just have to get to the other side and then when it comes to racism the silver lining of the shooting. Is that actually. Were talking about it in a different way. Meaning that we're talking about it at all as a possible hate crime whereas i think before it would just be like eight. People were shot in atlanta thoughts and prayers. It's different enough but it is different. I love the way that our podcast they feel sort of like. I don't know friends or something sisters sisters. Thank you so much for this conversation. I really enjoyed. It was really a pleasure it was it was wonderful. Thank you so much. I really appreciate the work. You're doing. I hope you enjoyed this conversation. And got a glimpse into what makes us tick. My biggest takeaway is that we can all agree being a good neighbor is a worthy and attainable goal. And that we can all be invested in achieving it. I also believe that the level of american civic engagement has increased in the last four years which is born out in the simplest terms by record voting turnout in the twenty eighteen midterms all the special election since twenty seventeen and the twenty twenty general election. I'm confident that making an even bigger commitment to our shared civic life will render the best version the full potential of our society next week we launch an all new authors season focusing on books that get into the weeds of america's most vexing problems. We'll be talking about everything from criminal justice and philosophy to economics labor and poverty. Our first guest is the legendary kurt andersen on his latest book. Evil geniuses the unmaking of america a recent history. He looks under the hood of the movements. That powered are continued shift to the right starting with a strong earnings for an astrologer and then nine hundred seventy s instead of saying we we want to get rid of social security and get rid of the new deal and get rid of medicare and make your life harder. They sold it as part of this return to america the way it was when we were living in a nice small towns and we were cowboys on the heels of that episode. We take a deep dive into how the former president was decades in the making with an interview of sarah. Kane's your author of hiding in plain sight. The invention of donald trump and the erosion of america. Chump is not a political neophyte. And anyway he was mentored by ray cohn who has both a gop operative and the lawyer for the five crime families of new york city and before that of course he was Joe mccarthy's lawyer. He helped create mccarthyism and he was one of nixon's advisors and one of reagans advisors and after that. We.

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"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"We can be that society where we are mutually aiding each other where none of us are too to poor. None of us are so crazy rich. That people have what. I would call a middle class lifestyle more or less. Have a decent vacation. Have a job..

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"This reminds me of this. One episode behalf with david fleischer. He is with the lgbtq community in los angeles and they did this thing called deep canvassing prop eight was just defeated and california and they wanted to understand what people's thoughts were and so they had. These open ended conversations about the people that they love. They discovered that. If you talk to people about these personal experiences love for your parents love for your brothers and sisters or your spouse and they let's say are disabled and you need to have the kind of president who is going to support legislation that is going to make life better than please come out and vote and i thought that was so brilliant and it really made me think of sharing a common goal. I love that. And i think it also gets at something else We talk a lot about which is that storytelling. Those personal stories are so important in how we reached that common goal. Because like you said they're not seeing an issue anymore. They're seeing a person i think. Stories are the way that we make sense of life as human beings and when we tell our story it gives us a way to get to that common goal and to hopefully see it through somebody else's perspective. I think in sharing her stories and ensuring even the hard parts that become something where we can be talking about something really divisive. I mean you mentioned the g. q. Plus community and we just recently didn't episode on that as well. It was an interview with a pastor and musician and author whose church had fallen apart over this issue. And when i did that episode i was really terrified of. Just how do i talk about this because somebody is going to be upset. No matter what i say and ultimately the way into that was my own story about an experience that i had with a dear friend of mine from the as ubt hugh plus community who..

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"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

05:06 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"Change the system but systems. Change is hard. This is like an overnight thing and we need to for example change laws. we need to change hiring practices. We need to change so many things when we come back. We discussed what it's like to speak to an audience that spans the whole spectrum of political ideas for too long history lessons have glossed over the truly essential contributions women have made to history. That's where encyclopaedia will manica comes in this podcast from wonder media network aims to change the narrative by introducing the pioneers scientists artists and more from antiquity today who shaped our society every weekday host jenny kaplan dives into the trials tragedies and tribes of this diverse group of groundbreaking women and the best part is each episode is only five minutes long the bite sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content and to fun entertaining and addictive daily adventures. You may or may not already know these women but either way you definitely should subscribe to encyclopedia. We'll manica wherever you get your podcast. It's been an interesting thing was shelter in place realizing as we've gotten to know our listeners that we have a pretty wide range of politics among our listeners. And it's been a really interesting thing to try to talk about these things when the starting place is often so different and our understanding of a given issue is often at odds even before we start talking it feels like we're at some sort of tipping point especially around racism but i think run other systemic issues as well and the pandemic has felt often like the wounds were always there and our society. But it's pulled off the band aid and now we've all been kind of confronted with them in one way or another so. I do have hope that we can change. But it's going to take people of all walks of life deciding that this is important enough that they may even be willing to forgo comfort or security to make some of these changes happen since you speak to people on both sides of the aisle. What is the thread that is common about their humanity in their commitment to making their communities. Better you know. I think it's relationships the week before the elections i had an interview with Former navy seal. Who is training people for active shooter. Situations he's a guy in the denver area very much pro guns and to be fair. Whatever you think about guns. He's doing something that is trying to protect communities and then the very next episode after that..

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"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"Started this podcast after the election of donald trump and i had this premise at the time that the cure for our society. We'll be if we all are civically. Engaged that we all give something of ourselves really be true. Stakeholders in making our lives more functional. I like many people was under the impression that the only next stop after voting was to run for office and then i thought well that can be. That's silly so. I started interviewing these people and i discovered there are so many things could be doing. You just have to be a good neighbor gear tagline for your show a podcast about coming together in a world that pulls us apart so apt. We really need to be committed to come together. And you showcase in your podcast. The ways that people are doing that. And i hope to do the same in my podcast. I think you absolutely do. And i really resonate with what you said about. Finding hope in these conversations with other people were very cheap physically isolated and yet. I think i felt more connected in the past year because of these conversations that i'm having it's exactly what you're saying it's people who have been doing really incredible work most of the time long before the pandemic and who have a vision for what our world could be not as a kind of fairy taylor utopia but really understanding that. It's never going to be perfect but we can do something about it. It's not hopeless and we're not alone in this even when it feels really dark and it can and it has. We have a lot of different kinds of people on the show but ultimately every single one of them is exploring this idea in some way of. How can i make my community more connected. I think that's an area where our shows are very similar. Even though we're talking about very different things often. I did want to ask you about your current season. I know you're looking at systemic racism. Which is something. That's come up a lot in our episodes as well. I would love to hear more about how that came about and why you decided to have that. Be the emphasis on this season. There are so many reasons but one of them of course. Was this huge outcry from the public last summer. Following the murder of george floyd and aubrey and brianna taylor and i really felt like i needed to unpack it in a different way for my own self..

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"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"You're already doing this work. And how did that shift you in this time. I think because we have been already doing it. We were almost on autopilot. But in the meantime i thought to myself well now that i've been doing this show on civic engagement. I really want to know if this is the kind of crisis that can really change the way that be behave as a society. I'm really interested in our social contract and for sure as you said. Our social contract is broken. Only some benefit and others really. Don't yesterday i had an interview with someone about the minimum wage and how it being stagnant for ten years really means it is the equivalent of a thirty percent pay cut and we don't talk about it in this way. I just think if not now. Then when. And so. I felt almost like. There's more of an urgency to do this work because now finally we okay. Everybody now is broke and everybody now needs help and everybody can not pay rent. I don't know if it's really making a difference though the crisis. Not the podcast. Because when we see. What's happening in congress. Sometimes i think oh and still. They voted against it. Yeah you know we've had some pretty disheartening. Things happen and our world. I think it's really easy to wonder. Do people care enough about this. To do. The hard work of transformation what i began to realize that has really been crystallized for the podcast. Now is the transformer communities begins by looking at ourselves and saying what part do i play in this am. I actually contributing to the problem. Maybe am i honest enough with myself. That i can admit that and if so what can i do right now to change that and sometimes i think that's really practical. It's getting on the phone and calling your congress people but other times. I think it's a little more subtle of may be trying to shift your own perspective and how you've viewed the world or this options you've made about people and one of the things i've loved listening to your episodes is i think without exception. Everybody that you have on. The show is doing that work. They're doing that hard. Work of transforming their communities. I thank shelter in place and future hindsight. Really complimentary podcasts. I think shelter in place definitely focuses more on the transforming ourselves. And i feel like future. Hindsight is very much looking at that community. Transformation piece both of those pieces are so so important as we try to grabble with the world that can feel really hard to live in sometimes and to try to not lose. Hope in the midst of that i would love to hear from you. Have you been able to sustain hope or has it been really discouraging at times while it's a little bit of both but i will say because the people that we interview they're just these dedicated citizens of the world who really are committed to making our society a better place that i think i have become more hopeful than i would have been otherwise when i started the podcast. I discovered that there all these people who've been doing the work sometimes for decades and are so committed and don't lose sight of the prize and the prize being to make incremental change. Everybody understands that. This is the everyday work that's required to have justice and to have fairness and equity for everybody because if we don't have it for everybody then all of us are losing and to me interviewing these people has been so incredibly hopeful. I say to people if they are feeling depressed. Go listened to my podcast because you'll be so hopeful that they're these amazing people out there and that's one of the..

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"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"Joyce davis the host of shelter in place we discuss how podcasting and the pandemic has changed each of us. And what we've discovered about humanity in the process. We start with the origin story of laura. Podcast why did you decide to start shelter in place. So i started shelter in place really as a creative lifeline for myself. I've been a fiction writer for more than twenty years and they really thought you know here. I'm going to have my kids hung with me. Twenty four seven. And i was a little worried about just how i would survive that well and i thought you know what if i can document what's happening here for myself. That'll kind of gives me something to stay. Tethered in this time. That feels very strange. And then it'll also be this nice little historical artifact that someday my kids can look back and say. Oh that's what we went through back in twenty twenty whenver few weeks. The world shutdown. Well of course. I had no idea what i was getting into. I was doing daily episodes six days a week very quickly. It became my fulltime job and four months later concluded season one with one hundred episodes and so shelter in place started as this creative endeavor. This kind of time capsule and very very quickly. It became the way that my family. And i were rewriting life and figuring out what we were going to do with this new reality. Where just about everything. We suddenly very very uncertain. You know. I thought there was so much honesty and humanity and your daily chronicles and it was this riveting window into your life and how you guys coped day today. I mean you talk a lot about the sense of uncertainty and to listen to those early days now a year hence. It's so surprising how much we've had adopted. Because our level of uncertainty has not decreased right. The pandemic is still with us. And we're now used to this idea that well we're going to make these plants but they might not happen and we're going to be okay with that. Oh absolutely no. It's such a good point. We talk about living in the moment but it's never felt quite both so helpful and necessary to embrace the president. I think we are in this moment. Where it's just not possible to plan ahead the way that we may be used to and you know maybe we were just fooling ourselves into thinking that we could actually control things but i think the pandemic has really done that for many of us and just making us realize we have to let go of some of that control and try to just accept. The uncertainty is part of life. And i think that's been a lot of our journey. Yeah so much right. My kids on monday. I got an email saying. Oh there've been too many cases for shining school right now. Classes are cancelled as afternoon. And then we're going to remote only and it's like anything where i thought. Oh you could've told us this yesterday. Like on sunday on monday and it changes your whole life overnight. Just that right right..

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"laura joyce" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

05:36 min | 4 months ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

"Of the actual podcast. This is a good question really struggled with that. And i don't really know how to make better. We always ask you both to reach out to us or follow us on social media on. We get bear little interaction lately. I've been thinking maybe clubhouse could be interesting to say. Hey we're having an open clubhouse conversation. But i saw you had that conversation on twitter and i thought that was way better than clubhouse so i don't know how to do that of course but you can teach me speech. Yeah exactly tuna spaces that allie informative. I really enjoyed it so for listeners. Who are unfamiliar with what we're talking about. Twitter spaces has emerged as a kind of competitor to clubhouse. And i was recently in a chat led by jonathan bailey. Strong and a bunch of other podcasts people about all things communication related and community related And kind of the difference between clubhouse and twitter spaces and where the future of all this is going and it was a great conversation. And i also felt like sometimes the conversations on clubhouse are a little bit marketing heavy whereas this conversation that i had on twitter spaces was actually content and value focused totally agree also. I like that. You don't have to be a member great houses a little bit like well if you're not a member than it's complicated. Yeah there's a lot going on in in the clubhouse world in social audio world. And i'm excited to see where that goes. But that might be an interesting way for you to engage with your with your listeners. Outside of the podcast in synchronous way right. Yeah so. I hope we'll find something that makes sense and you know gets engaged and gets us excited to what excites you about the future of future. Hindsight i think Now that we are in our fourth year. That sounds totally crazy. Yeah i feel like that. Our audience has matured with us. Meaning that you know. We have grown so much in the last four years and i think we have people who are real fans who tell their friends about the show. I think that's really exciting. And i also think that. Because i've learned so much in the last three plus years. I am a better interviewer. I think i get more out of an interview which i can share with the audience in a way that i couldn't have in the first year really big really important. Something i'm learning along the way as well. What podcasts are you listening to now lately. What's in your. What's on your podcast app. I listened to a lot of the big shows like. I really love hidden brain. In fact membrane was one of the inspiration from me as well. And i usually on npr. Because what i loved about him. Brain is that it uncovered something that we didn't even know what's happening with our brains and our behaviors. And i feel like this is the same for as a society. There are a lot of things that we do. we don't know why we do them And maybe we can examine them. We can behave in a different way. And so i listened to hidden brain still. I love stay tuned. pre berrara think. That's really good for new york new very southern district of new york view. Yes exactly. I still love pod. Save america and i listened to shelter in place. I just started it places the cost. That's an indie podcast. By laura joyce davis and she started podcasting last year at the beginning of the pandemic and drop short episodes every day. Into listen to that now. It's kind of fascinating remembering what we were thinking. At the time and how uncertain everything fell. And how actually today. Even though our uncertainty level actually is not really less but we feel more comfortable with that uncertainty. we're creatures of habit and now the habit is being uncertain. And that's good with us. Yes exactly are we going to see each other next week. Maybe maybe knows exactly. Well i think that's a great place for us to leave it. Where can people find. You find you at your hindsight and get in touch if they want you so you can listen to future hindsight on any podcast up that you'd like to listen to feature hindsight or any podcast. I should say and you can also find us on future. Hindsight dot com and follow us on twitter at future hindsight which is spelled without an e. Or follow me milad. Must all one word awesome meal. Thank you so much for taking the time to be on the show today. I really appreciate it. And i look forward to continuing to listen to Thank you another huge. Thank you to meal at most for joining me. In the virtual earbuds studio powered by squad cast for this interview. I hope you enjoyed our chat. We'll be back next week with another interview with a passionate podcast related person. We have earbuds swag now. Our shop is at t public and the way it works is that we upload the logos and you decide what piece of clothing you wanna have that logo on. We'll have a link to the shop in our show notes. And if you wanna support earbuds podcast collective and be cozy. This is a really great way to do that. And while you're on the internet buying yourself a nice cozy sweatshirt make sure you're following us. On all the socials were at earbuds podcast. Collective on most platforms feedback with earbuds is written. By maya ruben. Edney latte it's hosted by me. It's mixed and put together by daniel whose work you can find at robots slapped dot com and our newsletter is edited by the amazing abbey clancy until next week. Stay safe and happy listening..

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"laura joyce" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Hello. Hello and if it isn't my most favorite is to be speaking into that's right Yoris eye-opener all well. I'm much better. Yes Sir yes. My corneille ulcer has healed which is bloody brilliant because it means that I now have twenty a fourteen fourteen visger because I still need glasses But yet completely healed but what a minty experienced that was yes and you know after last week saying about the doomsday clock. That was what it was like closer to midnight tomorrow. We're going to die soon. According to leading scientists they didn't even take into account corona virus. Yes the Latin American beer virus sounds are blow. Doesn't it seems to be spreading like the plague or virus. I hope that you're all brilliant though. And this finds you well. I need to start the show this week. Show with with an apology. Yes I do a heartfelt apology. I know it's really hard for me to try and sound odd heart. Felt but I'll try basically last week you know. We had some amazing amazing stories from Laurie. Who wrote in about like the demon in chains at the bottom of the stairs and all that carry on it was really fun Yang well mis attributed it to the Laurie who had came over from America and I interviewed in the pope? Yes you see. One was called Laura. Joyce a moment's Thomas Coach Laurie Wilson. For what I don't because in England you don't get that many lorries I'll be honest L. O. R.. I you just. Don't get that many people with the name so in my inbox. When I see Laurie pop up? What I've done is being are better protected and issue M- that was the same person so yeah so The Laura I interviewed and the Pope is not the same Laurie as Laurie. Wilson who delivered those amazing stories last week. No she isn't so I need to apologize to both of the lorries. So Laurie Wilson and law rejoice. I sincerely apologize to both of you. On behalf of I- Rebecca. She hasn't done anything wrong. And the whole of we need to talk about ghosts. I sincerely apologize anyway. Moving on swiftly from that embarrassing mistake to this week's show. We have another plethora many plethora on this show as we all know off spooky terrifying tales before we get to them. We do need to say thank you to all of our patients Peyton whom we love all individually and collectively yes. It's a big big love but we need to say a special. Thank you to our new patrons and we have one new patron this week by the Nemeth with Jonathan d felon or Johnny Def- along as I like to call them which is quite blues. So therefore you get a blues song which you're GonNa make up right now. Who Johnny Defoe? Dan over debate trump. He signed up and gets initial between Johnny. Win Over Dude because mother ran Now technically lovers when are really ended on seventh though. Sorry Johnny for implying that well of course but you are liver of the show Which is evident by your donation to patron? So if you want to be like Johnny fell along go up to Patriot dot com forward slash. We need to talk about ghosts. Sign up there and you. We'll get an extra new show each week just for Patriots Standard. It's Muin Becker discussing some spooky stuff. Some other random stuff basically arguing arguing the task and were due to record this episode tomato and released tomorrow from a cafe again because we like having a cafe a cafe a coffee. She drinks the tea she had a bloody. We'd like a mint. She ordered a mint. And honey T- an expected it to be agile spread to entity back you know but no no it was just lots of mint leaves in a large glass and they poured boiling water over it. And give it to little jars of honey and not to be outdone. She braved through it and was like it's actually quite nice. It was like no. It's not you basically just drinking sewer water that run through Nettles e I'm having an Americano Yum Mir I tended to rub it in their face not literally because she got bands. Anyway enough awful. Let's get onto some spooky stories but before let's see what we'd stops happened this.

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"laura joyce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"laura joyce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon. Our top story a shocker from the White House. The New York Times runs an anonymous opinion piece penned by a senior Trump administration official about an intentional effort to thwart the president details from CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy. The anonymous senior official whose identity is known to the New York Times speaks in his piece of a quiet resistance within the administration. We fully recognize what is happening the author writes, and we're trying to do what's right? Even when Donald Trump won't the piece suggests there were early discussions whispers is how the official puts it about invoking the twenty fifth amendment to remove the powers of the presidency from Mr. Trump. But the author says no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis. And we are getting reaction from the president and his spokesperson, President Trump responding moments ago, calling this piece in the times really a disgrace, Sarah Sanders, White House press secretary says the author of this resistance op Ed is a coward and should do the right thing and resign the brick cavern on confirmation hearings to the supreme court go on on Capitol Hill, California, Democrat, Dianne Feinstein press Cavanaugh about whether Roe versus Wade is settled law the nominee refused to speak in hypothetical suppress since it's been reaffirmed many times over forty five years, including in Planned Parenthood versus Casey where they specifically considered whether to overrule, and reaffirmed and applied all the star, decisive factors that importantly, became precedent on precedent. President Trump gave Kavanagh a big thumbs up during a photo op earlier with the emir of Kuwait in the. Oval office. I'm honored that I gave him the chance. I've watched his his remarks. I've watched his performance have watched his statements. And honestly, they've been totally brilliant exhaustion and dehydration force Ianna Presley to cancel the rest of her schedule today after she takes part in a democratic unity breakfast yesterday. Presley pulled off an historic upset of ten term congressman Mike copy wanna results show. There was stronger than expected turnout in some parts of the seventh district WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe talk with voters in Dorchester where Presley calls home, I a Presley's candidacy drew a wide range of Dorchester residents out to the polls people who don't always vote in primary elections. This woman was inspired to cast her ballot for Presley because she says it's time for Massachusetts to have its first black woman in congress. I'm happy because now that we have somebody of color in the house of congress. She will represent the poorer class. Community we need somebody like that to voice all of our opinions, Laura Joyce believes democratic voters are ready for younger. More diverse candidates who support progressive policies think people are a little bit sick of the status quo, and they want to try something new and see if that works better. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty in the third. Congressional district. Two candidates are separated by a razor thin margin. At this hour in the race to replace retiring congresswoman, Nikki Songas Sheri, small with the latest on a race appears headed now for a recap speaking today, Laurie Trahan says with one hundred percent of the precincts reporting. She is confident that she is the democratic candidate for the state's third congressional district. In yesterday's important. Primary race proves what we knew all along that every vote truly call. I know it's been a long twenty four hours. And I appreciate the many calls. Many congratulating me this morning with just fifty two votes separating her from opponent Dan co of Andover. It's expected co will petition for a district wide recount the secretary of state's office ordering all of the votes in the race be sealed and held in little Sheri, small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Tom versus time. The new installment next. Speaking of time are they going to be laid. And what roads are the busiest right now, traffic.

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