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"allen group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"allen group" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"With people. It's a it's a. It's a direct customer service job certainly for cabin crew. And but you know even for pilots you. You're you're mixing with with hundreds of people in a week and they just taking the decision that that this is something that they want to do. Both the safety of their of their employees but also as a confidence boosting measure four for passengers of course qantas in a terrible way at the moment because australia's been effectively. The borders being affectively shot since march march of last year and even internal flights with the with the various lockdowns in sydney and beyond even internal at travel in australia's been affected so qantas in really bad shape financially. But looking to the future look into recovery and this is one of the things that they believe will will will help them get there and just a quick look at asian allies because malaysia allen group. Say that ninety. Five percent of their employees have already been vaccinated. Yes interesting actually. It's quite a few of the asian airlines kathy pacific. Singapore airlines are going down the road of not so much compelling their employees to be vaccinated but encouraging them and then making a big thing about the fact that a big of pr a exercise. I do the fact that so many of their their employees are vaccinated. So we've seen a nice minutes from the likes of kathy. In singapore that they've flown all vaccinated flights in all the crew vaccinated. And they're they're very much sort of seeing this as a way of passenger confidence thing. You know you're you're very safe getting on a on an aircraft because all the crew. At least i've been i've been vaccinated madonna. Thank you very much. indeed that was morrison. And here's what else keeping an eye on today. Us president joe biden says us forces will remain in afghanistan until the evacuation of americans finished even if that means staying past the august the thirty first deadline for complete withdrawal. It's been reported armed members of the taliban kept people desperate to flee afghanistan from reaching kabul's airport in hong kong pro-democracy activist who's been detained in mainland china after trying to flee. The city by boat has been found guilty of conspiracy to commit collusion with a foreign country and delete was among a group of twelve people intercepted by mainland authorities. Last year on a boat believed to be on route to taiwan in a case which drew international attention and concern over their treatment in china and new zealand's covert nineteen outbreak has jumped to twenty one cases. Authorities say the virus may not have been in the community for long as it's been linked to a recent returnee from sydney new zealand has been virus free and living without curbs until prime minister just into auden ordered a three day..
"allen group" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Journalists this morning allan hahn monica mcnutt mike tannenbaum as well by t back in with us. In and mike. Let's let's put on the oven mitts and go hot. Take something you kinda tease little bit earlier and when you said it absolutely loved it because it's it's always fun to go back and look at drafts and say how how they look now. I always i want to give it like a couple of years and see what it looks like. You're giving this one just one year. And that's the joe. Borough justin herbert comparison where well berlin number one to his hometown. Cincinnati bengals you. Feel like wasn't the right pick and i was actually saying this before the draft. I had scouted justin herber in person for two years. He was the biggest the fastest the strongest. the most competitive which i will go into detail. Second of all those quarterbacks in the first round jordan love to attack the loa joe borough and if he had played at lsu where job are had incredible production his russia would have been good probably even better but when we measure competitive in the nfl. Sort that pre-draft cycle. He went down to mobile. He was the best player. Who's the mvp of the senior bowl. He went to the combine. He was the only one of the premier quarterbacks to work out there and then he had another workout where he also was exceptional. So he checked every box. So to me. When you look at it objectively or subjectively justin. Herbert was the best player. I think sometimes we have a little bit of an east coast bias. Meaning that a lot of the evaluations are when you watch college football. That's where the media story gets involved and when you are a great player in the west coast you. Just don't get the coverage that other players get when you're the sec. Or the big ten and he to me is going to be the next grade superstar in the nfl. I think he's a tick below. Patrick mahomes but beyond that i think just lara's superstar written all over him told you is we had to the of emits. Hold on a second. Now he's a tick behind. Patrick mahomes like mike. We're saying that already after just a couple of years jay a second if you think about what j. Well if you think about what happened. Last year tyrod taylor. Has that really weird incident where he gets hurt by his own team. Doctor and just in herbert's just start out there and goes on to have a really good rookie year. Imagine the charges of denigrate job. Three new offense aligned. They're going to be much better on offense. And i think he has again all the objective physical characteristics and all these incredible intangibles. He checks every box. I think he's a young ben. Rothlisberger great athlete. Great arm and i don't know why he won't be great. What is his limiting factor. I don't think he hasn't okay. My we got. Let's go back to two thousand eighteen. Then let's power rank the quarterbacks. So you want to go back to the baker mayfield josh allen group. Yup 'cause you're saying. I say i'm sorry. Just just to set it up because like you mentioned the quarterback that went number one wasn't necessarily the best quarterback that can happen a lot but it's that regret the idea that cincinnati might look back years so now and think we we didn't the guy. We should have gotten baker mayfield. Wasn't the wrong pick for cleveland. But he wasn't the best pick and so when we look at these quarterback traps you can go back to two thousand eighteen and still play this. Yeah and i like baker mayfield. I had a private workout with him at oklahoma. He has really good intangibles. He's a good leader. But he's a great quarterback. He is short and he is slow. I think he's going to have a good. Nfl career but he's at best in my opinion the six best quarterback in the afc. It's going to be hard for. Cleveland won a championship with baker. Mayfield in my opinion. Lamar jackson already wanted to mvp. Lamar jackson has great character. Great work ethic. I think his accuracy down the field will continue to get better. I would put baker behind him. And obviously josh allen who. If josh allen can stay healthy. I think again is one of these bigger more physical quarterbacks so at best i see baker the third best quarterback from eighteen. And then obviously after that. You josh rosen. Hasn't worked out so but in terms of the top three. I would put josh l. And lamar jackson and then baker and what about if you just group them. All from two thousand eighteen forward. If you were going to say. I would take the as far as who's going to have the best careers. And i'm including this year's draft as well with the quarterbacks taken in this draft wh- like when you're thinking about potential how are you. How are you slotting these quarterbacks over the last what is it now three drafts. Yeah i mean. I would take lawrence but i would put herber very very close to larence by the way. What's interesting is just herbert's twenty pounds heavier than trevor lawrence. And over seventeen game season that matters like that matters. Like i think ours is going to be really good. Don't get me wrong. But if there's vulnerability his game he just had shoulder surgery on his left shoulder and can he would stand the rigors of a seventeen game season behind a very average offense line in jacksonville so to me. it's larence then it's herber draw a line and then it's probably josh allen maybe borough draw a line and then maybe zach after that we go. I'm sorry i was gonna say if you say all these things about trevor lawrence. Why do you still have him slightly above her just because he he he throws the ball j. well to be like vinny testaverde. He's a classic over the top six six. Hopefully his frame will sort of build out over time and and get stronger. he's also a probably a better athlete than people realize. It's close for me. I mean i really like arms. But boy i think herbert's he's going to be a lot better than people realize. I think he has a chance to be the next superstar in the nfl and if he had a more of an outgoing personality we would already know more about him but he's more of an introvert by nature. He's quiet but he is highly competitive and he's immensely talented. I mike we we gotta talk this to right now. 'cause now starting to get compute. I gotta be honest so this is what i love about. Five seconds j. All honestly i know. I'm sorry i don't let me finish. All i'm saying is in one breath you said just in herber is a tick below patrick mahomes and now you're telling me that you would take lawrence over. Just confused by them. I really get confused. I would i would. Yeah i think. I'm slotting larence between mahomes and herbert. So this is a really high bar. It's a fair point jay. Well obviously mahomes is the best. I think lars has a chance to be that good. But i'm telling you herbert is far from that conversation. I would draw a line. I would put borough and the rest of that group behind him. Josh allen is probably in that top five as well but yeah i. that's where the line would be today..
"allen group" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"Maybe i don't know chase claypool. And if any of the lamar jackson cuyler murray josh allen group is there it's time to pounce those guys will make a difference these other guys. You're just hoping you don't have to start. Connor average thirteen point nine points per game in twenty nineteen eleven point. Seven p p r. points per game in twenty twenty on offense like arizona's. I have a hard time believing. He's going to be able to average better than either of those two years unless he's scoring a crazy amount of touchdowns and i guess your argument for is we'll look at what kenyan drake just did. Connor can fill that role. Theoretically it makes sense. Can you stay healthy enough to do. That was a really good at it. Short yardage touchdowns. I think a couple of years ago. He was very good now. I'm not so sure that he will be now. That's is. I think you couldn't ask for a better setup if you want short yardage touchdowns because kyle. Mary is such a threat. That if he just hands the ball to james conner and you know fakes if keeping it. That's a really tough decision for the for the defense okay. Kenyan drake scored ten touchdowns last year. I think james conner can basically i don't think they're going to expand chase edmonds in the run game that much. That's basically what it comes down to. So i think conor We'll have a similar role to drake's. I feel like a wide range of belief about what kenyan drake current and past talent level is gone. Most of their careers. We thought james conner was better running back kenyan drake right. Yes no not me used the same numbers i thought they were in. Yeah i in similar other thing. I was gonna say was we and i agree. James conner is one of seems to be one of the biggest injury risks running back but his lowest touch total over the past. Three years is one hundred and fifty touches chase. Edmonds said a career high with hundred and fifty touches last year right. We don't know if chase edmonds could handle fifteen touches a game and in never really been asked to. I think that's also part of the difference between pr. Non pr here and that edmonds edmonds appealed to me is way more so npr. Because i think he's going to be in line to catch those flare routes and screens and stuff like that from cuyler whereas connor probably won't be on the field and obvious passing situations and i spoke out of turn. I gotta give connor credit last year. Five of six converting goal line touchdowns touchdowns. I should say inside the three yard line. He was three or four on goal line jobs and he was two and four the year before so. I think that's what you're hoping for is that. If you draft connor he stays healthy. He has a chance to get eight plus touchdowns. Hopefully you started on the right weeks when he gets those touchdowns. I don't know how much more you can count on from him for now. Yeah yeah right..
"allen group" Discussed on All Things Techie
"Thing so you know people have crestfallen fusible. Inflation is great. But now i think i think one thing our industry is missing is the is the is it is a proper education move into is like a an apprenticeship. We would take a lot of that electrical francis in an we you've been given lecture prances portray him in auditions tech. The technology side of things. Obviously get them through their. Ct asks their horses. The manufacturing factors courses but we have toy of am working with and A an ensues technology to develop an entry in into the insert because there is a like we've pipeline of stuff coming up and you know there's a limit nearly no human industry as you know all your you know. Move their baseball. It's a very small community. It's only gonna get technical university. The likes of out the smart buildings etc. And it's getting more taken intact so you know. Our goto now is more kind of software engineering courses to recruit from. And it'd be nice. To have it'd be nice to have a dedicated smart fielding horse or audiovisual car. A yada as people come so yeah might might be come and talk to the opportunities. I'm goes so yeah. I i think a big taboo type of question is the it. Or as well. I mean. Is amy converged. Networks so yes. They have to have hassle people having their heads. It's desktop computers. Whatever and boom housi- converged in our and security is paramount. And so yes. It's a converged holiday to you. And and how the it. I take if hit the nail on the head of the converged there. We're going. I keep on going back that even from the old days when i worked with pete you know. I don't understand one hundred percent networking. The networking team doesn't understand. One hundred percents the signed and vigils all baby. And twisting knobs just like. I won't understand all the packets going to slowly a pejorative with different exam. And whatever i do you know it's not the separation we converse. We talk to each other. I guess with here works very closely. You talk to each other on food to your career that you've you know you've you've overlapped. Both ends of the scale wits regards to our strength early on. I think everyone has taught at this stage to be honest. And what i mean the very different disciplines in there for sure. I mean you mentioned you mentioned salmon. I mean santa engineering is still all the way from you know crash on programmer. And you know somebody program. Dsp as of different from a you know. Someone needs minutes which so the difference does different disciplines within us on the days when it wants. Pigs av and the houston bureau you know. It guys dictating large organizations hayes. The guys come on network you know. Ask them it's gonna pull dollars inches. Whatever so there's always been telling you headlines that's probably particularly on exposure programs tighter and tighter and tighter on and av by its nature is the last man standing. The aba cleans lives atoms. Generally our friends at that of that you know as a networking switches are just as are at the end as well as we can. Configure eisenfeld the network is live. So am i think that's probably the common occurrence post ad again. We've never missed the deadline. So it must be great to have ninety percent of the team involved between here works on the mccomb group where you're not relying on people isolate of your company per se. Not as much where you can do i to project. Plan ago royce okay. How's how's the building. How's the won't be built. Yes take has a house. The cable around. I as as i mean generally were not generally here. We're doing work from the allen group for further construction work where we went you no longer being contracting views qualls restrictions on or not whoever they are direct so we we generally working with with its hard piracy. Anyway i suppose you. Invest housing argue nate. A we owners times the pressures we understand the we talk the same language as the main contractor as election. Attractive gyasi where nazi interesting rarely working with with the mccown side of things. And so what. I think defense really is that we have the expertise akron doing all up a second of all speak the same. You speak the same language and you know we understand. Didn't projects are an evolving thing. You may hit a problem on floor seven which means down to five. You make the most of your time there. So that's that's really much like you you know especially when it comes to. Ab repairs only type of installation us. What you think. It's going to be an easy thirty minutes job. It always ends up to be the day long job. Yeah if people want to get in contact with the people onto networks with you where where can they find you. Yeah he's yours dolly or lyndon and on You'll find that you. Can you make my bags mighty mouse problem and just go to the people on this their self and easy enough to find this. Well i have to say. Probably the first guys who couldn't take a moment where shit at the magic know her islam somewhere of that. Thanks for joining us on episode forty four. The things techy podcasts. Always being just endorsement. Thank you so much for listening in. You can subscribe to our podcast. You find us on. All the podcast stores will also on youtube please. Hit subscribe there To won't miss podcast. You can also comment come all taints tech dot e you can't.
"allen group" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"And it becomes very clear to Alan immediately that this woman is in the kind of labor that he can't hate. She needs surgery and he can't perform it. Where they are, and he says to this American Indian movement, man, your wife is going to die. The baby's going to die. You have to take some out. You have to negotiate with the FBI and get her out of here. And the woman says I don't want to leave. I want this baby born in freedom. And finally, Alan convinces them tow. Get this woman out in the baby gets born safely. The woman is saved. But Allen never forgot this woman who at that point was willing to die. For freedom and that experience at wounded knee, I think really shaped his understanding of what people were willing to do it. If he was going to be really serious about his politics, that he had to be a serious is they had been You know That's interesting because I know a number of people here in Madison who went to standing rock and which became a transformative moment for them as well. Numbers of young people that I've talked younger, younger activists that I've talked to who clearly it was something for them. You're listening to Susan Forever. Be historian. We're talking today about the life and times off Alan Bergman, Co conspirator for Justice. I'll be opening up the phone lines. If you want to join us with a comment question observation about six minutes from now, half past the hour if you want to give us a call at six, await to 56 2000 and one extension. Excuse me, Extension nine. You're more than welcome. Already by the mid late seventies. He's he's also assisting people in formations that are already underground. At that time doing clandestine work he becomes the phrase in the book is the go to Doctor. For people that have been injured needed whatever that. Couldn't you just show up at an emergency room were so talk about that a little bit. Well, I mean, if you think about it if you're in the underground, and if the FBI is seriously looking for you, you just want to be careful about how much interaction you have with the health care system or anywhere that where you might be. Fingerprinted for any reason or recognized at. Also, lots of people just had to call on other people. And sometimes it was completely not not anything serious. So Barbara Zeller, his wife, who also did this told me this hilarious Story about he got. She got this call and she had to go upstate that one of the women in the underground really needed her. And she drives upstate to this clandestine place and women just needed her diaphragm refitted. This is a form of birth control. For those of you who are much younger that needed to be fitted properly. From time to time and driver just left. I mean about how it was considered serious, but it was serious if the woman obviously didn't want to get pregnant, But so sometimes it was completely unromantic. You know, basic healthcare kinds of Stuff, and sometimes it wass people who had really been harmed, and Alan Came to the notice, for example of the FBI in particular when a man named William Morales, who had been a bomber for group called the FAA Land, which was a Puerto Rican independence group, and Morales had actually I was making a bomb. He blew up his hands and part of his face and he was being kept in the prison ward in Bellevue, and he was treated really badly by the police before he could go into surgery. So Alan became the Goto doctor to visit him and just make sure he wasn't being essentially tortured before anything happened. And then while he was in the prison Morale is somebody snuck in wire cutters to Morales. Those two stories up about 30 feet up in the hospital, and he cuts the wire wires on the on the window and he sneaks any ties bedsheets together and he sneaks down outside the building, and he drops about gets down about 15 feet. Then he drops the other. 15 feet on DH. He escapes and he still actually lives in Cuba. So the feds weren't really sure that Alan had helped either tell him more about what was what the layout was or had provided extra ace bandages. So, in fact, in writing the book, This is actually one of my hilarious story. My husband and I bought some ace bandages and we stood out in the yard and stretched to see how far it would stretch. I did not try to hang out from my second story window, however. You know, to figure out whether I would it could hold me or not, but I did try to figure this out. So anyway, That's the kind of things he was doing. So let's return. You mentioned her in your summary the May 19th Communist organization that Alan Kellenberger moved toward Talk about that is it's some fascinating stuff. Eight. I knew back when I knew distantly some about the organization. Maybe mentioned some of the names and then talk about their politics. Okay, so he became increasingly part of so as some of you may know there was a split. Out the students for a Democratic society and one of the groups that split out of it was called first, It was called weathermen. Then it was called weather and they were bit and then it was the weather underground. They went underground. And then there was a huge fight is often happens on the left, and it was another split and What happens is the groups in New York on the East Coast in particular a little bit on the West Coast become an organization called Prairie Fire on DH there very concerned with anti imperialist actions and with the history of racism and trying to think through. Which is why the book is called co conspirator for justice. What it means not only to be a white ally of the struggles of people of color, but also a real coconspirator that is to really take actions. And then there's some more splits, and the group in New York becomes something called the May 19th Communist organization. It is named after the birthday of both. Ah hokey men and Malcolm X. And they are doing a lot of anti imperialist work. That's what's interesting about the organization. It's mostly run by women, mostly lesbians. At the time. They did a lot of graphic art work. They did. They had a library. They showed movies they tried to educate people about both imperialism and anti racism. Work. They were involved in a major demonstration against one of the segregated, uh, soccer teams that came from Ah, uh from South Africa. During the apartheid period. They raised money for the revolutionary groups in southern Africa and and what became Zimbabwe so that kind of very serious Work in which number of the people in the group had met with people in places like Lebanon or in Cuba. And essentially, we're told to go home and basically build the revolution in the United States, and that's what they Thought they were doing on some level. Talk about. You know the You mentioned, of course, that the M 19th organization was largely led by women white women talk about if you would Some of the radical gender politics of the period because on Bergman is is a privileged white male in that moment. I did a lot of reflection in, you know, some of us couldn't recall the the term criticism self criticism in doing away with your well lifestyle in so there was a lot of pressure on people to self examine essentially both what they said and how much they use their own privilege. So the Allens group called the term rectification. On dit really meant you had to come into a meeting and listen to people criticize you for like in his case..
"allen group" Discussed on WGN Radio
"September the masters which was originally scheduled for this week and will now be held in mid November the golf course is immaculate I played there quite a bit in the fall with some some member friends of mine that invite me to come down to play and it's no different I do think though that because it's in the fall it might be a little firmer the grass may be a little thinner well those greens can be ridiculously quick so can you imagine being the guy that actually wins the masters this year you'll be the only player in history to win the masters in the fall it's pretty cool recent reports reveal the current then that nuggets general manager Arturas card and so this is now the favorite to land the top job in Chicago Bulls are on the hunt for a new president basketball operations have already interviewed candidates jazz executive Justin Zammit has already been interviewed well a bitter with video interview with carcinomas was scheduled for this week wells are looking to turn the page in the front office is the team has been without a playoff series win since twenty fifteen still reeling from the disappointment of a cancelled March madness Illini basketball takes another hit after already losing Allen group into the transfer portal big man Kofi Cockburn is declaring for the NBA draft govern joins all big ten guard I do too soon as potentially leaving the program cover has yet to hire an agent and is gauging interest from teams of for the time being there's a plug for R. G. N. sports NFL draft special that will air Monday night twenty seven PM the half hour show breaking down barriers there's traffic needs heading into the twenty twenty season if it weren't for the pandemic it would be masters we can Tiger Woods be wearing his green jacket at the champions dinner but instead of being in Augusta which is celebrating at home he tweeted a picture showing him where his green jacket while his kids girlfriend two dogs also in the picture there it seems masters.
"allen group" Discussed on KCRW
"An aging the anxiety surrounding this pandemic and we'll speak with one eighty nine year old survivor of the virus in Seattle also with so many events being cancelled will hear the music of some fans that won't get to play at south by southwest that's Saturday on weekend edition from NPR news that's weekend edition Saturday and Sunday mornings at six on K. C. R. W. how I went to the country just the other day C. mobile phones all the time I asked the right band since last advanced as we and he wrote these chan here's what well I've been sick the young ones too and I'm darn near down the cows going dry and then hands name lady but we're still living so everything's okay the hawks took the call rain they've all done that the bees got mad and they left the hive the weevils got the corn in the rain right Hey we're still living so everything's okay the porch wrote it down much more expansive and earned all new fans the mortgages do you and Akane payments were still live in the same the cow broke in the field and eat up the beans that are in rabbits they got the turnip greens and a mall in law just moved in the state but we're still living my lan so poor so hard Yeller get set on the side of fertilizer to raise a number it rains out here nearly every day but we're still living so everything's okay the wells going dry and I have to tell the water from the spring about a mile and a quarter my helper he quit for the lack of payment we're still eleven so everything's okay the house it leaks it needs a new topic when it rains it website was saying the chairman fell down just yesterday but we're still eleven eleven signs overcame the corn meals gong in the meet's run out got nothing to kill but in this small town the preachers coming Sunday the span of days but we're still eleven so everything's okay the canned stuff all else the car's got bro and all we got left is one of the legal we don't have a new baby about the first of many but we're still living so everything what profit Roddy in the ground I asked for another loan with a banker turned it down but we're still eleven and we're praying for better days so after all everything check remember again yes I didn't bring the board growing the case here to be on a Friday night welcome to the show my name is Travis Holcombe coming to you live indirect in Santa Monica California music from the J. vis additional incarnation of the JB's led by the Collins brothers what a mess on my thing this is recently issued for the first time by the folks over at now again records but before this year from David Bowie fascination from young Americans album so that's a new league re issued gospel funk he from the rants Allen group up above my head the folks over at craft records are going to be releasing one record from the gospel truth label which is a subsidiary of Stax records every week the next twenty five weeks looking for that job bill Maas in the celestials with everything's gonna be alright and another track of reassurance at the top of the show tonight Hank Williams even if you're not a farmer I think you can relate to it everything's okay was made about one and just on a serious note I know the news is been terrifying and believed for the past week but the earth is still spinning on its axis you're here I'm here and we've got a ton of great music to get to the nights I hope you stay here as a newly released work from roshi Murphy automatic reworked by peaking lights ducks us new four tet who dropped an album today the last we'll hear the latest from flume of drum and bass track featuring totaling one.
"allen group" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Game is a shop walking with a box you get three in here are not kidding Chris the interior presence of brook Lopez is ridiculously intimidating right now Irving back in the game two to three elected shortly bad about even change over the box law with middle to late so the regions are working the pain here with the right here click no good rebounded by Tory parades Matthews Lopez out there is rolled out the potential students it away from prince front quarter left for Matthew steps led to three it short no good rebounded by Jared Allen for the dance Irving it's the in woody Allen's groups out there for Brooklyn the white bed Stuy uniforms going right to left did we really high screen between the circles down years right the ball back to the left down the left side of the page decide by brook Lopez now brings about the wing did what he still to dribble that drives up through two defenders go to the rim knock to the ground a phallus call but we didn't we the line is it will shake it up walking holding is here there it is this site is head on the ground they're giving out well actually a look that he got hit in the face on the drive by Matthew to commit a foul they're giving out bobble heads tonight with Spencer Dinwiddie is iron may now it is kind of a marble theme tonight Iron Man theme is the free throws good for Spencer Dinwiddie and in that time he needed the Iron Man yeah the main she'll she'll there it we had a monorail it the shields own free throw is good for dinner yeah they put on us when we're doing our little inside look the there's a picture of that on Instagram BK nets radio while it's four on Twitter as well as speak cater trigger you detect that kind of stuff here's what still working right Lopez rolled a remark by Alan who's will pick up like roots on the mood of the frontcourt roadie back it out anyway it would be just now getting back into the play he was on the ground get to between the circles that better look around even kids denying Irving the ball they give up to Alice then we go to get it back back to Alec the old book takes it right down the lane in a right hook over Lopez no good but now a brook Lopez that'll be his first good aggressive move that time by juror down as he he's a quick powered your book crab.
"allen group" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast
"Would you recommend for entrepreneurs that has helped you or increase your productivity. So I'm sorry my my answer to this might be a little bit boring but the two things for me that are really necessary is a notebook so I can write things down and my Google calendar I it can be any calendar but for me just with so much stuff constantly going on and you know as an entrepreneur. There's a million things you have to keep track of. I would not remember any of my meetings of didn't have Google calendar. As soon as I had something that I have to do. It's gotTa go right in there or I'll forget it and then the second the thing As I mentioned my notebook Being able to write things down whether it's people you're meeting whether it's reminders to do something on a different day not only does it give give you a place to read something if you forget what what it was you were supposed to do but it also helps trigger your memory and when you're trying to do a million things any help you can get as good indeed. What resources and communities do you recommend here in Toronto and why so I is any kind of community not like Toronto starts so this was a as I mentioned. I've met or as Craig mentioned. We met at one of the Toronto Star Events and now I'm here speaking on his podcast so stuff like that is a great way to get out and actually meet people in the community and then get introduced to people who they know and in a similar tool will this is actually a a great method to meet more individuals and that would be linked in. Maybe your school has an alumni network. Maybe your high school or university. He has something similar and if they do. I really recommend you kind of look through it. See if there's any entrepreneurs try reaching out through linked in scheduled JUSTA stood ten fifteen minute call have a child with them. Tell them what you're working on and there's a good chance that they will actually be able to introduce you to someone that helps maybe tell you about a cool event. That's is going on that Could be of interest you. I actually did this with I. Think one hundred people through My University network pretty recently and and through that process. I actually found some really interesting. Some really great people to talk with there are some people who got on the phone with and they're like wait. Why do you want to call them? Like you know just for some feedback and they're like no but with that said. There were some amazing people that I chatted with through that method. And it's something that I recommend every entrepreneur never does and you'd be surprised what fellow alumni will do to help you. Oh Yeah Yeah. Now when they hear you went to their school or wherever they tend to be really willing to actually work with you and sometimes you'll run into a potential clients which is helpful Yovany Book Recommendations Nations for our audience. Yes so when I hear of a book recommendations. There's kind of I like to conceptualize like business books as there's kind of two types there's generalists books that Really provide good general business knowledge and their specialist books which maybe won't be as evergreen but will provide. Did you very specific knowledge on something need to work on. So I'd recommend for any entrepreneur to great generalist books to start off with The first is thanking grow rich by Napoleon Hill so this this book actually came out in the thirties so it's a little dated but it's still crazy. Just how many people attribute their success excess to just doing what was in this book and then the Second Book I would recommend actually mentioned earlier and that's the lean startup. Eric Eric. Rice Rees I three. It's race okay So I think reading both these books will give you a really great foundation to learn how to start off a business. Yes and then from there if you are applying lean startup method properly. You'll start figuring out that there's some stuff you're missing as a founder that you need to work on. And that's why I recommend you start getting into the specialist books so I'm actually. I'm currently reading getting things done by David. Allen Group has yes. It's looking really solid so far. I've just recently started it but the reason I selected that book is because I've read some stuff a marketing on sales and I've kind of realized. Okay I know what I need to do. Now it's just getting all of it like the mountains of work done and it's always. There's always stuff to do as an entrepreneur. So what are the next step for javelin we're In an interesting season right now where we're really starting to get a lot of players on our product we've managed to. I think start to find a pretty good market fit however with the summer coming done. It's for those of you. This is being recorded November fifteenth. Here and here in Toronto Canada yes yes so at the summer being done And there's snow and ice on the ground. Oh yeah it's really a winter's coming early this season so it's getting harder for us to make free pickup games So a big part of what. I'm doing right now is actually I'm reaching out to a lot of different sport leagues and facilities to see if or even offices to to see if anyone would be interested didn't sponsoring some of our games so what that will look like as they'll get us a facility space that we can then host a free pick-up gin and enlist them as a sponsor so this is just a new way. Hey that we're trying to not only help people play but also grow different communities a fantastic and if people wanna find out more about you and Javelin sports and get a hold of you you're interested in sponsoring wherever they find out more yet for sure So you can check out our website. That's www dot javelin sports inc dot com. John is spelled spelled J. A. V. E. L. I. N. You can also grab a contact email from their encourage anyone to shoot me an email if you have any questions or comments and we also post regular updates is on twitter instagram and that's at APP Javelin. AP Javelin so. Thank you very much for being on started Justin. Thanks so much Craig..
"allen group" Discussed on Security Now
"The nineteen pro TV go that IT pro dot TV slash security. Now. Steve. XM. E X. I n not on it. So according to a recent survey of all male servers visible on the internet fifty seven percent that is five hundred and seven thousand three hundred eighty nine. Are running XM? And after seeing what Qualis found. I'm very glad. I don't run XM. You know, I'm windows based rather than Unix or Lennox based, and XM is running on the most popular OS for the internet, which, of course, is Unix or Lennox. And if everyone listens, no further if you have in any way, are, you are in any way connected to one of those more than half a million Email servers present on the public internet? You really should update to the latest release of XM immediately divulge her ability as I mentioned that at the beginning of the show was accidentally, but for two at asleep patched with the release of XM version four point nine two back in February. I was four months ago not for weeks ago. So back in on February tenth, so almost exactly four months ago. It was accidental because the XM team had no idea that they were fixing a major security hole. Qualify was just doing a review of the code and enduring the code review. They found a big problem now. Okay, the, the news hit last Wednesday. That is qualified went public with this. They sent a note to the, the Debbie Allen group because Debbie ins Email server is by default XM. So the news of this breach, and this was a full disclosure. So all the bad guys know exactly how to pull this off. And I'll that's what I'm going to explain here in a minute. But, but what's interesting is the do the weird nature of this, in its default, configuration. It takes seven seven days to, to cause a Avul mobile, remote, E mail server to execute commands under the control of the attacker. So if upon the, the release of this news, last Wednesday, someone began to attack your Email server immediately. They're still waiting until tomorrow to be. Able to execute the commands that, that they've set up weird, that's kind of I- unprecedent. I don't is it. I know it is. It really is. It's because of a of an ex of a expiration in an uncensored -able piece of Email, it defaults to, to, to a week okay too. And so it keeps for seven days. Yes. So what happens is you. You actually you keep the connection up and you send it a bite every four minutes because there's a, there's a different expiration after five minutes funny 'em by sending it a bite every four minutes, you keep waiting, and you do that for seven days, and then a different expiration kicks in which to this weird code path that they found a causes the, the, the you, basically, you put the command you want to have it run as the Email address it before the at sign on. On the domain, and the what happens is the way this thing trips over its own feet..
"allen group" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"Yeah. Yeah. Lisa, you've lived a really damn good life. Yeah. Yeah. This is the worst part of your life. Because that tells me either number one, you've never had a family member pass away. Or number two, your priorities are royally screwed. If this was the worst week of your life. Yeah. I mean, there's something to be said, if you're gonna put yourself out there and you're gonna prop yourself up in into us a status that yet, you're going someone's going to say something mean. Yes, who happens. You're who cares? Yeah. Who cares? Yeah. Yeah. There's always going to be a hater you're, you're, you know, I'm sure she thinks I'm a hater because I like to make jokes about things. And sometimes I make jokes about. Yeah. Her her tribe. So to speak in some of the folks, that are in that tribe, and the passionate which her try follows her. Those are all things they've joked about in the past, I don't respect her. What I don't respect is this immediate plea for whoa. Is me deserve your sympathy. I was bullied. And so what should have been a one day thing. Hey, we changed this, it's fixed because of this sort of victim playing that's happening on all of these groups now by her, and her trimbe. This is now we're going on week two of this, right? Like we've been through one this, this happened over a week ago. Was it in there still stuff going on today about about how there's this fake Facebook page, about dental hub three sixty and then that's that that's cyber bullying and cyberbullying caused people to commit suicide? And so we can't. We can't stand for this anymore and it's like you know. Yeah. Yeah. That. Escalated pretty silly silly response. I. I don't know. Thank God, I, I spent a, a little while about six months ago or so. Quitting all these dental groups. So i'm. I'm in some but, but not nearly what I had been. Magin. I got to tell you, it's a glorious moment when you really don't have that much dental going through your newsfeed kill for that. Like. Yup. Homo or something, you just can't cook with groups proud of his land says that we used his these contents. That's true and my role in this show. I'm not the best editor I will edit probably what would you say fifteen percent of the shows that we do out of the seventy something shows we do? I think I've edited maybe ten less than that six eight somewhere in there, so editing, not my forte. Sound engineer is not my forte. I find the questions. So I gotta have questions some of these groups. If it wasn't for that, I would go Adly leave them all. I do there's, there's two names that I want to put out there real quick. And this is just sort of standing up for my boys. Okay. I feel like. Jason Lipscomb, who's who Chris off our called Jason lips. Come. You laugh. The hardest last week. I love you Jason. But she didn't. That was funny anyway. And Alan Meade are getting really like torn asunder and being called all sorts of crazy aims being bullied, by the people who are accusing them of bullying them, 'cause weird sort of, of self defense mechanism that doesn't count because they feel like they were already believed. I don't get it. But Jason and Alan are getting dragged through the mud because they quote unquote just let this happen. Well. Dental hacks nation, which is where a lot of this transpired is Jason Allen's group and they are very open about their libertarians. Yeah. They just like they just let stuff like they don't even look at the post before they get approved they'd just approve everything. Yeah. And they let the market. Decide out, they don't curate what happens in their group. Yeah. Adam Smith and economics. It's their group. They could with it, it, how are they are they supposed to certify the dumpster fire without letting it become without it becoming? All right. So if you want to curate, if you have a group, and you want to curate it, cool. It's your group, give it right to do that. Which you don't have the right to do is to come in and put Jason Allen on blast for running their group the way they want to run it..
"allen group" Discussed on KTOK
"Tom gresham. It's Gun Talk. Eight six talk gun or Tom talk gun Ritchie in here, basically pretty much anything. That's on your mind. We're talking a lot about carry guns and home defense guns told earlier that a big about making another change change carry guns all the time. That's the nature of the beast of working with a lot of different gun companies in new stuff. How are you going to know something works if you don't actually shoot it? And try it in the case of carry gun where it and see how it works for you. And also try different holsters, which means I freely admit, it's not ideal. The smart person is the one who takes one gun really learned how to use it on the other hand, I get exposed to a lot of interesting different. So I'm looking at that. We actually I was mentioning I p through sixty five have no trouble, grabbing it and get a full purchase grip on it. Frank from San Antonio called and said, hey, put that twelve round magazine there, that'd probably take care of it. What did you? That'd be not him. What an idiot. I'll try the EPA carry the twelve Brown is my backup. But why not put it the pistol, Debbie? I'll try that works for. But I also, okay, I'll admit at three -ality is a kind wanna try a lightweight commander nine hundred eleven nine millimeter. I about that. Just a minute. But first, let me talk with Mark. He's called on one. He's out of. Well, Texas, we're not gonna narrow down much their Mark. How are you, sir? All right, Tom. Hey, tom. I wanted to give you a range report. I'm kind of a new newbie to the whole gun thing. I shot kind of a little bit my whole life of boy scouts and so forth. But really ramped it up in the last three to four years, I'm on a steep curve. So one thing I've noticed talking to some of these other folks in in the community is how few there under their memberships are they have they have. No, memberships are very little memberships in any organizations. Their state organizations are not members of national organizations are not members of so I started doing a little research. And so to make a long story short. I'm I'm a life member. Now of the NRA the second amendment foundation, the Texas State Rifle Association and the Louisiana shooting association. And I wanted to I basically put out the challenge to some of my friends who have been shooting for years, and they've they've taken me up on it. So now, I've got several of them who joined the and become life members. So I think. You know, we just need to keep putting that challenge out to everybody. Let me let me ask you a question here. I'm curious when you talk to your friends, these are people who have guns guns been shooting other lives a lot of them. And you ask them about it. What do they tell you? As the reason why they don't belong to these essential gun rights groups. I think it's ignorance on their part. I think they don't have a full understanding of the situation, we're in they don't notice some of these groups exist. I mean, Allen's group the second amendment foundation. I mean, there's not a lot of advertising born around there. So some of these guys, you know, they're they know about the university, and they may may or may not have a membership. Maybe they let it lapse, you know, that type of thing, but they don't state organization. None of I mean these com. These are guys who have hunted and as much as you. I mean, these these guys are are there. They never heard of this Texas State Rifle Association. Never heard of Louisiana shooting association. L SA L dot org in case you're wondering and you're right. They don't know. And there's no budget because he's a little state organizations area central and they do incredibly good work at the state capital or they beat back the forces of gun bans all the time. Let me ask you this. I'm just I'm kind of trying to brainstorm here with you. Yeah. We can all talk it up. Put of course. It said oh deal in order to talk it up. You got to know about it. And so the people who don't know about again, talk it up. So here we are what if I'm trying to find another way to get the word out in pay advertising is darned expensive, I get that. But what if we made an effort to get every gun stored put up? I don't know countertop display thing something to do something every gun store to try to encourage people to get involved. I mean Lord knows it's from a long term investment, it makes sense for a gun store. And also pretty like who cares about gun rights. You have any ideas. Yeah. Tom. I think the you know any way we can get the word out. I guess the gun stores, but I'm gonna be honest with you, Tom, and I I'm gonna tell you it's gonna it's a one on one thing. If I if I go I'm talking to three or four of my friends now who who really aren't there? They don't have memberships in anything or very little, and they're they've been shooting a lot longer than I am. And and basically, I it's a one on one thing it's getting them to join getting them to go out to their friends to their coworkers and so forth to join. And that's how you spread the word. It's I mean, it's very effective. When I sit look somebody in the eye and tell him, hey, are you a member? Are you a life member of that organization? But what do you mean? Yes, we need you. We not not they we need you. I I'm now a member of a life member of Allen's group, and I tell we need you we need your membership. We need the numbers. Numbers. You heard me talk about. I mean, if you're not a member. And if you're not an active member, you're sitting in the wagon, and we're having to pull you around because you're getting the benefit of what we do. But we need to help out here pulling the son of a gun because it's getting heavy, and frankly, we have so many forces against us that we didn't have even three years ago big money. I mean, we're talking tens, and tens of millions of dollars being spent against us to take away our guns take away a gun rights. These red flag laws are being popped up in every single state. Every single state legislature has red flag laws confiscation laws being introduced it. And trust me. I don't care if it's Texas Louisiana Alabama. And you think oh, yeah. That wouldn't happen here. It's happening in your state right now, there's a legislator ready to introduce this gun confiscation Bill in your state because the Bloomberg folks have stuck it into somebody's hands. And they had conned them into doing it. Get worked up. But that's just what it is. Mark. Tom. I get worked up to. I mean, I I mean, I can't believe it's ignorance, they don't understand. They don't follow. They think all live in Texas or I live in Vienna. So I'm okay. See, we're okay, Tom. We don't have to worry. Yeah. We don't have to worry. I just went up. Hey, I just went out and got me a new a new. A new fifteen wherever I didn't have any trouble. So everything everything I spent five hundred dollars on a new gun or fifteen hundred dollars hundred a gun. Why should I worry? Why would I have to spend money on this thing? I want to use that on guns, except that it's not just a case of they want to end your ability to buy guns. They want to injure ability to own guns, which they confiscating which is a tournament in which people say, well, I just wouldn't do it. Yeah. I'm not sure you've thought this through all the way to where we're this this road ends up. We stop it by supporting segment foundation, and NRA and state group state group state group state groups have man that's where the accent is right now. Congratulations. Mark a big old Gun Talk Atta boy, I really appreciate what you're doing. And you're right. It's one on one and anybody who's not a member. Shame on.
"allen group" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Now, NewsRadio WFL a news service of the Allen group retirement wealth advisers, President Trump says the deal could be brewing in congress about keeping the government open. They're working on something. And both sides are moving along. We'll see what happens talking with reporters at the White House yesterday. Trump argued that border security is essential one quarter of the federal government runs out of money again on February. Fifteenth Trump is still demanding several billion dollars to help build a massive border wall. But Democrats are not budging in their opposition Trump's demand for border wall. Money prompted the thirty five day partial government shutdown. That ended recently Mark Mayfield. NBC News Radio students at the Florida state fair in Tampa today, insecurity is the name of the game. Michael golf ski of the Florida state. Fair says today is another special day at the fair Hillsborough county student day on where we have provided a tickets to all the Hillsborough county school district students to be able to attend the fair, and there are some rules kids and parents have to follow elementary school. Students must be with an adult middle and high school students need to bring their student ID with them and anyone under the age of eighteen you attend the fair tonight after six PM must be accompanied by an adult. The sheriff's office will be out in full force along with its community action team those volunteers will walk through the fairgrounds to ensure that kids are safe and behaving. Sharon parker. Newsradio WFL and Largo to women's bodies have been found in a mobile home after a fire in the Avalon mobile home park on US nineteen the police department or. Calling me death suspicious adjacent car involved in a cigarette theft and manatee county into the crash in Apollo beach and at least four arrest. Their heels road avenue say they believe and other robbery of cigarettes from me Largo convenience stores related Lamad are looking for a white Toyota Camry in connection with the thefts and the lightning had the day off to think about their one nothing overtime loss to the blues last night the Pittsburgh Penguins. Visit the bolts and Emily arena. Tomorrow night is radio WFL A. We'll have it for you live four. Now, the Bloomberg market minute being brought to you by the Holland group. Retirement wealth, advisers, lots are extending yesterday's losses. The Dow Jones industrials are down two hundred sixty three points. The NASDAQ is down forty nine the S and P five hundred is down twenty negotiations over a border security deal are expected to continue over the weekend in Washington. Lawmakers hope to come up with legislation to avert another government shutdown Cody share..
"allen group" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Sunshine today, we're at seventy five now, NewsRadio WFL a news service of the Allen group, which Abbott wealth advisors. President Trump says the deal could be brewing in congress about keeping the government open. They're working on something. And both sides are moving along. We'll see what happens talking with reporters at the White House yesterday. Trump argued that border security is essential one quarter of the federal government runs out of money again on February. Fifteenth Trump is stolen Manding several billion dollars to help build a massive border wall. But Democrats are not budging in their opposition Trump's demand for border wall. Money prompted the thirty five day partial government shutdown that ended recently Mark Mayfield. NBC News Radio students at the Florida state fair in Tampa today and security is the name of the game Michael golf ski of the Florida state. Fair says today is another special day at the fair county student day. On where we have provided a tickets to all the Hillsborough county school district students to be able to attend the fair. There are some rules kids and parents have to follow elementary school. Students must be with an adult middle and high school students need to bring their student ID with them and anyone under the age of eighteen you attend the fair tonight after six PM must be accompanied by an adult. The sheriff's office will be out in full force along with its community action team those volunteers will walk through the fairgrounds to ensure that kids are safe and behaving. Sharon parker. Newsradio WFL and Largo to women's bodies have been found in a mobile home after a fire in the Avalon mobile home park on US nineteen the police department or calling the death suspicious. Jason car involved in a cigarette theft in manatee county into the crash in Apollo beach at least four arrest. Their heels road avenue say they believe in other robbery it is wanting of cigarettes from me Largo. Convenience stores related. Lamad are looking for a white Toyota Camry in connection with the thefts and the lightning had the day off to think about their one nothing overtime loss to the blues last night the Pittsburgh Penguins. Visit the bolts at Amway arena. Tomorrow night is radio WFL. A we'll have it for you live four. Now, the Bloomberg market minute being brought to you by the Holland group. Retirement wealth advisers are extending yesterday's mosses. The Dow Jones industrials are down two hundred sixty three points. The NASDAQ is down forty nine the S and P five hundred is down twenty negotiations over a border security deal are expected to continue over the weekend in Washington, lawmakers hope to come up with legislation to avert another government shutdown. Cody shares.
"allen group" Discussed on KGO 810
"Now. Did you hear what happened when the Clemson Tigers? They won the national football championship college football. And. President Trump's served them fast food, President Trump did y'all at the White House because what happens is the national champions are invited to the White House. How they get like some kind of a whatever and he lined up a bunch of. I don't know if it was big Macs or what? But that's what he fed them. And a lot of people are upset by that. Like, what kind of what and President Trump says because the government shutdown, and so I ordered out for fast food McDonalds. Not that there's anything wrong with McDonald's. I heard that he said burgers. Yeah. Hamburgers hamburgers. I ordered them hamburgers. So the co owner of a three-star Michelin restaurant invited to Clemson university Tigers to dinner to celebrate their national football championship. Here's a quote from Nick cocoon us. I could care less about college football. But I'm personally inviting the Clemson Tigers team and coaches to Chicago to experience when an actual celebration dinner should be. I'm not joking. Someone let them know with the Allen group does it'll be worth it. There you go. Good for him. Did he actually get them? Burgers. Yes. Okay. Literally, serve them a pile of McDonald's hamburgers. And French fries. Why can't we why not? Now, why not? Whatever happened at guys because he was on the east coast Jack in the box. Jeez. Okay. It's a fair argument the in and out come. All right. So next headline not the Iranian while. They don't have any doubt in Washington. DC sad. Isn't that sad? I feel so bad for.