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All Female Flight Crew In Afghanistan Makes History
"And all female flight crew just made history in a country where women's rights are hard fought for a crew of six flew a Boeing 737 from the capital city of Kabul to Herat. On Wednesday, two pilots and four cabin crew members operated the flight for Kam Air, a privately owned commercial airline. And while the 90 minute flight was short, it represents how far Afghan women have come in the past decade, with female pilots making gradual strides in aviation. Here's 22 year old captain Mo Hadi's mercy in a video posted on Facebook shortly after graduating from Air Works Aviation Academy, explaining how her mother Encouraged her to dream big, like I cannot sit behind the desk and I cannot break the same thing every day. So I need something amazing. I need something different every day. I need something challenging. She was like, how about becoming a planet? Like Is it even possible in Afghanistan? And she told me there is nothing impossible. Everything is possible by Hi, ladies.
Delta passenger hit flight attendant after mask dispute, faces $27,500 fine, FAA says
"A confrontation over mask wearing could cost an airline passenger big bucks. Federal officials are seeking a nearly $28,000 civil penalty against a woman who allegedly hit a flight attendant after being asked to leave a plane. The argument is said to have started when the woman's companion refused to wear a mask, secure his tray table or fasten his seat belt. According to the FAA. That's when the woman started yelling at the Delta flight attendant before hitting her under the eye. The passenger has 30 days to respond
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says struck flight attendant
"A hefty fine for a passenger who allegedly assaulted a flight attendant. Over a mask. A $27,500 fine is being proposed by the Federal Aviation Administration for passenger it says, yelled Curse words and struck a flight attendant under the eye. That person was traveling with a man who refused to wear his mask or seatbelt or secure his tray table on the Delta Airlines flight from Miami to Atlanta On October 19th. The crew returned the flight to the gate and the FAA says when the flight attendants asked you two to get off the flight, that's when one became combative. The FAA did not identify the passenger. Your little
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says struck flight attendant
"Fine for a passenger who allegedly assaulted a flight attendant over a mask. A $27,500 fine is being proposed by the Federal Aviation Administration for passenger it says, yelled Curse words and struck a flight attendant under the eye. That person was traveling with a man who refused to wear his mask or seatbelt or secure his tray table on the Delta Airlines flight from Miami to Atlanta on October night. Teen, The crew returned the flight to the gate and the FAA says when the flight attendants asked the two to get off the flight. That's when one became combative. The FAA did not identify the passenger liner.
U.S. to implement Ebola monitoring program at airports
"For enhanced airport screenings for Ebola's Okay. Yes, Hear me. For a moment. The bite administration is moving forward right now, with plans to screen airline passengers from two African countries. Okay, arriving in the United States for Ebola. Okay, They're doing this now. The Department of Homeland Security is saying under the plan passengers were going to come in from, you know, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Guinea and and and literally They're going to be screaming because what's happened is they have and this was on February 17. The WHO, where we're now part of again. Reported a cluster of Ebola's cases. Okay, breaking out out of the seven reported cases, Five people died and two are in isolation right now in health care facilities. Okay. Follow me for a moment. The on
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says struck flight attendant
"Flight attendant after an argument over wearing a face mask could soon be $27,500 poorer. The FAA is proposing the penalty against a woman who became combative after she and a male companion were asked to leave a Delta Airlines flight from Miami to Atlanta and October news and
United Airlines to Pay $49 Million to Resolve Mail-Related Charges
"United Airlines will pay more than $49 million to settle charges that it defrauded the Postal Service and the delivery of international mail. Prosecutors say United collected millions in payments it should not have received. After former employees falsified delivery
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says hit air attendant
"To find an airline passenger more than $27,000 for a confrontation that started over not wearing a mask. The passenger accused of hitting a flight attendant who called out the passengers companion for refusing to wear a mask and ultimately asked both of them to leave a Delta flight in October. Proposed fun announced today is a civil penalty. The passenger has 30 days to respond.
"american airlines" Discussed on All Things - Unexplained
"The recording. Had you want to hear it. Yes so this february twenty first. So we're talking to ago one. Nineteen central standard time in american airlines flight. And here is the pilot. I'm pretty sure up here. We just had that go right over the top of the day this look like a long electrical object that almost like a cruise missile type of thing moving really fast now. Let's hear that one more time. I think i had a little bit come. Considering he thinks missile just flew over the top of pretty calmly abadi targets up here. We just had something. Go right over the top of that. I hate to say this. Look like a long cylindrical. Object it almost looked like a cruise missile type of thing moving really fast right over the top. He was pretty calm given the situation green canoe. Can you imagine flying passenger airplane in suddenly something that looks like a missile flies over the top of your plane near miss. I would be like Explain what is happening right exactly now. This pigment curiousity. The flight was at approximately thirty seven thousand feet. Which i feel like is pretty high up there and out of curiosity i just wondered a little bit more about cruise missiles and cruise missiles actually their whole thing. Is they fly at low altitude to evade radar. And i don't really think that thirty seven thousand feet is where they generally liked to go. As a matter of fact i believe cruise missiles tend to cruise. What i saw was around hundred and ten maters which is three hundred sixty feet so that puts it in perspective. The flight was thirty. Seven thousand foot occurs missile might be cruising along at three hundred and sixty feet. You know to stay under the radar now. I will say that the show are all unexplained military consultant did remind me that in iran one of the times recently were we were bombing iran we had missiles essentially circling in the air until their time to go down hit a target and we but again he also said but they still want to need to be low enough to evade radar and evade anti aircraft anti missile type of technology on the ground that could be launching it them. He also said now again the pilot just spec you just saying it looks like a cruise missile were assuming kylie knows what a cruise missile looks like. I i don't know the christmas. It looks like i mean. Obviously i don't know much about all of these things that he could have just off the cuff. That's what he chose to stay right. And i think the pilot would see and such a thing go to a cruise missile. Which a lot of us have seen on television. And and so i tried but as our military consultant reminded me. You know this in new iphone lower is also a stereotypical shape of a ufo. The classic cigar-shape and certainly right cigar cylindrical. We're talking about the same shape here for quite a long time here now with you if over reports cigar-shaped. Ufo's have really been a thing. It also makes me go back to our first episode of this show now minister billion. That's right not just foo fighters but even the ufo that all these enforcement officer so he described. He didn't exactly use the word cylinder. But but certainly cylinder is what it was. It wasn't perfectly circular. But more like i think he described his two sitting on top of each other to dish pan. Something like that. So this is a classic shape also dish pan saucer flags saucer right saucer shape so i think we'll well. I think that if you see a saucer shaped moving at incredibly high speed it would probably to our eyeballs takes on a cylindrical appearance right. Would you agree with that. Yeah possibility yes out that possibility. One complicating factor to this story by the way nail. Anybody that i let me say this. Let me backtrack deep black horizon on their blog. At first they had to say this is not verified to be the airline. Okay i got district warning. This is something. I cannot confirm it was the actual flight. Next update confirmed it is the actual flight. Airline cannot deny next update. Any further inquiries can go to the fbi. The airlines done with it. And i think it's so i in hell if we didn't have this guy on the ground you know tracking these sorts of communications. I don't think we would have ever known about this right. But that's the airline going. Listen this has nothing to do with us. We have no idea. We can't answer your questions. Anyways go to the fbi Questions to the fbi except it was their flight rights but they but they couldn't explain what it was no but do you think they ever would have told the public about this incident. Oh definitely not no and so this actually seems like a nato and a haystack situation to me. This one flight just happened to be in range of a guy who has an incredible setup to record flight transmissions call snow for him to capture the recording for him to notice the the panic or the urgency or the heightened sense of excitement. The guy's voice and get it recorded and get it out there for the public to know but can you imagine how many situations we never find out about right. I can't imagine. I can't even begin to imagine how many situations we don't find out about in. There's a lot of people out there that do know things that can't share them me. I know i can't even begin to imagine Want you.
Boeing Moved to Fix 777 Engine Covers Before Failures
"To federal aviation administration's grounded dozens of boeing seven seven seven passenger jets after an engine failure united airlines flight. Saturday nearly lead to disaster. The national transportation safety board says a preliminary investigation found the engine manufactured by pratt and whitney showed signs of metal fatigue. This follows two. Fatal crashes of boeing seven thirty-seven. Max jets ethiopian nisha. That killed all three hundred. Forty six people on for
FAA Orders Inspections of Boeing 777 Jets
"Days after a jet engine exploded over Denver, raining down debris on yards and streets, the FAA orders the immediate inspection of all jets with the same engine. The agency says planes with certain Pratt and Whitney engines must be inspected. Before they're allowed to fly again. Ah United Airlines Boeing Triple seven had a catastrophic engine failure that resulted in an engine fire that showered aircraft parts on residential neighborhoods. The plane managed to land safely and nobody was
FAA grounds certain planes after engine failure over Denver
"The federal aviation administration's ordered the grounding of all Boeing jets that have the type of engine that blew apart after take off from Denver this past weekend the FAA is requiring that jets equipped with a certain model of the Pratt and Whitney PW four thousand engine not fly until they can be inspected for stress cracks the directive comes after the national transportation safety board said a fractured fan blade found in the engine of the seven seventy seven that had to make an emergency landing had visible signs of damage consistent with metal fatigue the grounding primarily affects United Airlines which says it already voluntarily remove twenty four of its jets from service it was United flight from Denver to Honolulu Saturday that had to make an emergency landing soon after takeoff because pieces of an engine's casing rain down on neighborhoods below Jackie Quinn Washington
FAA orders inspections of some Boeing 777 engines after United failure
"Aviation Administration has ordered emergency inspections of Boeing triple seven aircraft with engines like the one that exploded on a United jet last weekend. NPR's Russell Lewis reports. The FDA is order only applies to Boeing. Triple Seven jets powered by Pratt and Whitney PW. 4000 engines A fan blade failed Saturday on a United Airlines jet as it departed Denver. Debris flew out of the engine, causing an explosion and fire and a large gash near the right wing. The plane made an emergency landing and there were no injuries. The FAA wants airlines to conduct an immediate thermal acoustic image of the hollow titanium fan blades to search for internal cracks. Federal investigators say the fan blade that broke on Saturday showed signs of metal fatigue. Russell Lewis, NPR News
Plane Debris Falls From Sky & Onto Broomfield Neighborhoods
"Looking out the window of a plane and seeing the engine on fire is most people's idea of a nightmare this past weekend. That was Travis Lukes reality, a United Airlines flight leading leaving Denver and heading to Hawaii experienced engine failure, causing parts to fall off the plane. The plane was actually quite calm. I don't know if I would stay calm, but it was just dead quiet, he tells the Gators and Chad show the plane was able to land safely. No injuries were
Boeing recommends grounding some 777 planes after catastrophic engine failure
"NTSB has made its initial finding about the United Airlines flight in which the engine broke into pieces and caught fire over Denver last Saturday. Terrified passengers caught it on video. The plane. Thank God landed safely. Correspondent Alex Stone with more lab owned by engine maker Pratt and Whitney. Today, part of the Boeing Triple Sevens engine fan blade that ripped off will be inspected. NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt says they can already see what likely happened a preliminary on scene. AM indicates damage consistent with metal fatigue after similar incidents in recent years, another older Boeing triple Sevens or concerns that metal fatigue in the engine fan blades might be an issue of concern. The FAA says it had ramped up inspections of the Pratt and Whitney engines last December after a Japan Airlines Boeing Triple seven experienced similar Engine failure.
Denver plane engine fire consistent with metal fatigue in fan blade
"Its final made its initial findings that is about the United Airlines flight in which the engine broke into pieces and caught fire over Denver last Saturday. Terrified passengers caught it on video. The plane, however, landed safely. Here's correspondent Alex Stone had a lab owned by engine maker Pratt and Whitney. Today, part of the Boeing Triple Sevens engine fan blade that ripped off will be inspected. NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt says they can already see what likely happened. A preliminary on scene exam indicates damage Consistent with metal fatigue after similar incidents in recent years, another older Boeing triple Sevens or concerns that metal fatigue in the engine fan blades might be an issue of concern. The FAA says it had ramped up inspections of the Pratt and Whitney engines last December after Japan Airlines Boeing Triple Seven experienced similar engine failure in Texas.
Damage to United Boeing 777 engine consistent with metal fatigue
"Fatigue might have caused an engine on a United Airlines jetliner to explode over the weekend. Agencies first look at the Boeing Triple Seven engine found damage to a family the bite of blood to the failure. The United Flights engine broke apart shortly after takeoff from Denver, but the plane was able to land safely and no one was injured last month's deadly attack on the U. S.
Boeing recommends grounding some 777 planes after catastrophic engine failure
"More than one hundred twenty boeing triple. Seven are grounded all with the same type of engine that exploded on that united flight outside of denver on saturday. Tom castillo now with the concerns and the investigation. It was just after one pm saturday when the nine one one calls began flooding in our my god we got debris everywhere on my head overhead. Thirteen thousand feet aircraft. Thank you need attorney immediately on a united triple. Seven headed for. Honolulu was on fire and coming apart with huge pieces falling across the denver suburb of broomfield smashing through a roof crushing a truck and raining down onto a soccer field. All of a sudden. I heard a big boom and how shook i see right away. Is the front end of an airplane engine. Amazingly no one was hit. Dimitriou smith was one of two hundred forty one people on board the plane. He began texting friends. I wanted to let them know that i love. This will probably be the last time that they heard from a prepared to tell them goodbye. Thankfully flight three twenty eight landed safely. Ntsb investigator say they found two broken engine families leading to a rare but potentially catastrophic engine failure an uncontained engine failures in the families literally rip apart in flight and tear through the engine casing cowling but this has happened twice before and twenty eighteen. A crash blade on another united triple seven caused the engine to come apart last december. It happened on a japan airlines tripple seven three years ago. A passenger on a southwest. Seven thirty seven was killed when fan blades on a different engine came apart shattering a window and pulling the passenger from her seat. Investigators determined routine inspections have missed previous cracking now. The faa is ordering similar inspections for the triple seven could be a systemic problem with the fan blades. On this engine. We've had our three events now in the. Us only united as effective with twenty four planes. Now grounded in jamaica. Pratt and whitney says it's cooperating.
How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped
"From the past fortnight and fiscally wrecks and virgin. Australia have become embroiled in a bitter price. War ahead of wrecks launching. Boeing seven. Three seven flights between mellon. See in just over a week from monday. The first of march rex will fly five times a day between siemian. Melvin using least ex. Virgin australia boeing seven. Three seven eight. Hundred's rex had started selling economy seats for seventy nine dollars. One way and business class from two hundred ninety nine dollars but last week. Rick steves candidates prices even further to forty nine dollars in economy or one hundred ninety nine dollars for business costs which is kind of unheard of that price includes checked baggage for all passengers and a snack and drink onboard including for economy. Close now that sale ends on the twenty eighth of february and covers travel dates throughout much virgin australia quickly matched with forty nine dollar economy costs and one hundred ninety nine dollar business clawsf as as well traveled during much. Jetstar is now selling nobody flights from thirty nine dollars one way which is even cheaper. Although that price does not include checked baggage qantas meanwhile has reduced. Its economy class ticket. Prices on that rejoicing. Much to one hundred and ten dollars although business class fares during much still quite high at nine hundred twenty three dollars said clearly not matching on price at the moment and pats qantas feels like it doesn't have to match on price because it recently introduced hot meals during Meal times on many domestic routes in economy class and it will bring them back on old remaining routes from next month in addition alcoholic beverages. Complimentary on all qantas flights previously. They were free on. Some routes like sydney to perth or any route of camera. But on other routes like the fullness city fly routes in brisbane to melvin for example that will only free off to four pm on weekdays. The change means that you no longer need to grab six dollars from your wallet. If you'd like a glass of wine or a beer on conan's flight even if you're flying in economy quantities also bring out a limited edition. Centennary henry beer which is brewed by james squire qantas. This week announced three domestic routes which will begin operating on the first of april. The regional subsidiary qantas link will operate the new direct flights between melbourne and coughs. Haba brisbane in coffs harbour and camera to balance byron bay vision. Australia also announced two new routes this week which will be operated over the easter school holidays and maybe extended as long as state borders remain. Open his demand. Those flights will be from melvin to ballerina and from adelaide to the sunshine. Coast qantas invasion astray. We have also both extended the flexibility available on new domestic flight. Bookings with both airlines bookings made any time. Until at least the thirtieth of april can be changed and unlimited number of times without paying any feats until the end of january next year. He can say cheese to cancel for credit voucher without paying any extra fees. Similar flexibility also applies to reward bookings made using frequent flyer points except the e channel say cancelled as for a full refund of the points and taxes without paying any fees overseas now in the national carrier of namibia and was placed into liquidation. Last week all flights were cancelled and bookings were taken down on the namibian government decided that the airlines mounting debt had become unsustainable although covid nineteen has worsened enemy is financial problems. It was already in financial trouble for quite a fees before now there were media reports that any maybe a could immediately declares insolvency back in september of two thousand and nineteen although those were denied by the airline at the time and it continued to operate until now despite fifteen of the airlines. Nineteen routes being estimated to be loss-making enemy. Be a
"american airlines" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"United and American Airlines Workers will be out of a job today. The previous relief package did not allow airlines toa layoff workers, but that expired September 30th the airline, saying the furloughs are a result of Congress and the Trump administration's failure to reach a deal on a pandemic relief package that includes federal aid for airlines. Merican says up to 19,000 employees will be furloughed in the carriers also cutting 15 roots and leaving 10 airports without service. American Airlines flight attended Alley malice. I don't know how to feel right now, do I feel Sad. I feel scared. I feel angry and frustrated. Talks are expected to resume on a new bipartisan relief bill, with the price tag expected to be well over a trillion dollars Todd and ABC News. Meanwhile, the government will keep running at least into the holiday season. President Trump last night signing a temporary spending bill. To allow the federal government to pay its bills through December. The 11th nowthe latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center. You see, health would like to remind you of the importance of angle flu shots. Have you received yours? Working together? We build a healthier community eastbound 74 slow go approaching the state line. That's thanks to construction, then slow again between North Bend in Montana that's due to an accident and then blocks the right lane. North bound 75 runs have been heavy pants. Buttermilk opens up Once you get pants Dixie into downtown, chucking rum news radio 700 wlw, now the latest forecast from a train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. It's clear to start with temperatures in the mid forties will warm toe only 60 for today. But between noon and eight we will see more clouds and then isolated rain chance tonight. Down to 41 clearing out and yes, colder Tomorrow The high only comes in. It's 60 with a mostly sunny sky from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning. Meteorologist Jennifer Catch more news Radio 700 wlw 49 degrees. Right now, the sales tax in Hamilton County, increasing a bit today. The 0.8% sales tax increase for Cincinnati Metro that voters approved earlier this spring is taking effect. But another taxes going.
"american airlines" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Everybody listen. Let's go back to our cooler here. Who was the core? Is he still on? The with regards to American Airlines. I guess. All right. Be that as it may. Anti American Airlines. Good. Greg in La Habra, California just sold his shares all the shares in American Airlines and discussed They've got to get the message. You've got a fight folks fighting for the country. Unfortunately, there are so many weak, cowardly forces like big business. Another allies. They haven't been our allies and from in my memory. The left has a stranglehold on corporations because they don't want to be ostracized by The New York Times. That's what they fear. So that the tension on planes is going to be American Airlines planes between the among the crew's going to be palpable. She worked. What pin do you wear? It's just astonishing. Yeah. Yes, indeed does so don't fly. Fred and Inglewood, California. Hello. Hey, Janice, how you doing? I love this show may good. I am average haven't left using black people to put ST bigotry. And and and all of these things be players in affair players, American Airlines, and all of them, So they have to do is just reach the black lives matter. Manager doesn't take that It doesn't take anything to be educated. And I am outraged. I am outrage. You know from my American Airlines. What if your spouse is a police officer, then what you do. Yes, my friend. I just have a question. Does your family support your views? Yes. Cool. You made my day, my friend. That is that is good to hear. When you see what Candace Owens is doing with flex it with Larry Elder is doing with With Uncle Tom. The movie. I mean, the thie extraordinary black voices. From Seoul. I mean, there are so many who were unknown to the people who read The New York Times. What percentage of New York Times readers do you think has heard of canvas owns? Or Larry Elder or Tom Soul. I would say it's close to zero. That's the only way you could stay on the left. If you is, if you hermetically seal yourself. We are familiar with them. But they are not familiar with us. Why they don't they won't debate Or if they're on the rare occasions they do they lose. You know all their arguments. They know a lot of hours. Imagine Al Sharpton debating Larry Elder or Candace Owens. Can you imagine that? It's Pete. It would be an exercise in In shopping. Freud, if your joy at seeing the bad, miserable Would overtake you. It would be. It would be like I've never had drugs, but it would be like I suspected drug. Hi. Except that there would be no Aftershock. No, come down. I mean, think about it. Why don't any of these people debate canvas or Larry? Because they don't stand a chance their intellectual lightweight I could just scream racism, racism. Charles and blow against Larry Elder. Or Candace owns. I hereby offer $10,000 which means nothing to Charles Blow I suspect Well paid. New York Times columnist Nevertheless that insignificant money he's not getting lectures the hell $10,000 to Charles Blow to debate campus Owens or Larry Elder. You know exactly. I don't think a lot of people know what that sound is anymore. Cash register has gone the way of the cassette tape. It's interesting. Robin Chicago. Hello. Hi, Dennis. I have a question for you. I get is a retired Chicago policemen. Can I wear my blue lights matter Pin? On an American Airlines flight. Oh, I suspect wait. No, no, no, no, no, you you the passenger right could wear anything. Question is kind of flight attendant to the issue. Remember, American Airlines is not saying passengers could wear a Beale and pin. I have no issue with that you want to wear a BLM pin is a passenger. I'm talking about the attendants and the crew. So do I have to suffer the stairs, though of the attendants from crew while I were might mock ahead? Yeah, you would have to. Yes, yes, you would write, so that's not an issue. What passengers do is their business. I would not have raised this issue with the issue concerned only passengers. I want my crew to be politically neutral. I don't care if in their heart they loathe me for being white. But if you wear a BLM pen, you loathe me for being white. Then you are announcing it. And it's not an enjoyable flight. When you Have such hate. On your lapel. BLM is hate on the lapel. Okay? Is that clear? Every white is a racist. I am not a racist. You're lying about me. Period. You're in a hole for lying about me. And your fellow flight attendants. Some of them have not have not been seduced. By this hate What That's what we want on our airplane, right? Competing lapel pins. Dennis Prager show live from the relief actor, Pain Free studio. Where are we.
"american airlines" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"This is nick. This is Jack and this is snacks daily. It is Friday June thin. What's going on with all the IPO's this week's knackers? More IPO is. We're going to have to borrow a vowel. So many letters were working through appeal yesterday. Who IPO's Today on Saturday IPO. What's going on our buddy? Timmy's like putting together a syndicate over the weekend. Now. The teaboy ticker symbol better still be. Has To be available smackers. We gotTA keep available in the meantime. Jack I whipped up our best snacks daily effort I. Story of today's Teaboy is zoom. Info. Did you say Zoom Jack Yes? But no I said Zoom Info, so not zoom. We're talking zoom. Info sounds like a suffix, not zoom zoom is a client of zoom in foul and Zoom Info helps you get intelligence on a company before you make a sales. Sales Pitch Stack were looking at the biggest tech IPO, twenty twenty just happened second-story Nikola. It's the first name of Mr Nikola. Tesla Godfather. Electricity has inspired to eccentric entrepreneurs. Nice legacies, knackers. You heard it from US Nikola is the latest cult stock after going public yesterday. The CEO LOVES COMPARING HIMSELF TO TESLA AND AMAZON. You might as well throw Jesus in there to you. Why Not GonNa Stop? You third and final story? Story Jack American Airlines can't make it plain. Depart on time, but it can apparently move the stock market. We noticed the information that American Airlines shared on the travel. Industry has shown the power forward looking data I, I said one hundred times butts in seats are investors treats butts in seats, investors truths knackers before we jump into all that wonderful staff. We gotTA talk about another big number here five hundred as in the. The fortune five hundred five hundred companies in the fortune, five hundred fortune five hundred is the five hundred companies with the most revenue annually Walmart is number one in has been for many years. That's a big number, but there is a smaller number and that number is four four is the number of companies in the fortune five hundred that have a black CEO four out of five hundred, not a fraction. That sounds good. Snack facts and in from Quinn in lovely Batesville Arkansas, thank you for sharing. quit the only four fortune five hundred companies with BLASIO's. Our lows Merck TA and tapestry, and since there's only four, we figured we'd do a quick biography of those four CEOS who are incredibly outperforming people shocking I jumped in snack style went through wikipedia aggressive here. Jaide Xilin is the CEO of tapestry that company had Kate Spade John was born to a single mother in Nigeria before being adopted at the age of five by an American family got ended up with a bunch of degrees from amherst all the way up to. And is now running all the pocket books over a Kate Spade. All right number two is Ken Frazier. The head guy at Merck grew up in Philadelphia big question, Gino's or PAT's. He can answer that later and Ken. Bust Ninety minutes a day as a kid to get to school where he was one of just nine black children in in the school. Oh, by the way while they're ended up graduating high school at Fifteen, I was graduating guitar hero when I was fifteen jack I was like putting a Mentos and Coca Cola's before Lacrosse. Lacrosse practice that some adversity third on our list is Roger. Ferguson, the CEO at Ti, he went to Harvard, but wasn't just studying at Harvard. No, he cleaned bathrooms to pay for tuition and end up getting an economics degree, and then you got Marvin Ellison over at Lowe's homegoods grew up in a poor family with six siblings in segregated Tennessee knackers. Cheers to all four of these legendary role models who are making up that four out of five hundred fraction. They're trailblazers. They defied incredible odds and they are leaders. What's hit our three noise? Daily. Way. Snack. Foods Candy. They don't reflect the views. Her family is stolen formation just so. Recommending any security snow, it's not a research report or investment advice, Natta, offer or sale of security by. Just business news video. Financial LLC member finres. IPC. For our first story Nikola, just kind IPO and this company has all the ingredients for a cult stock. Little flower little used little water. It's all you need is a beautiful but little unbridled enthusiasm. Exactly the key secret ingredient now snappers Tesla. Code in two thousand ten people thought the idea was kind of crazy Nikola IPO yesterday. We think the idea is kinda crazy, and that's because the CEO. Talking about Tesla, he pulls a mind. Trick here because Nikola. Tesla is the Serbian American inventor of like electricity. So you got the CEO of Nikola obsessed with talking about Tesla. It's like Whoa Nick is burberry fifty bucks nuts, actually a slurry a slur when you're walking around, so it's probably slur. Nikola just snuck its way onto public stock markets by merging with a shell company pull the old Switcheroo, basically those an existing publicly traded company, and then they be back their way into it through a merger lake, sneaking into a club like through the door because your buddy works at the bar and you let the little thing held the door. Door Open. No alarm sounded. We're done talking about that weird merger. Thing is going to talk about the company Nicholas. KNACKERS Nikola was a startup founded in two thousand fifteen in lovely Phoenix Arizona I'm telling you there is more innovation happening in Phoenix Arizona than like anywhere else in the country Jack. Preach, golf, you got dry heat and he got autonomous vehicle laboratories, and you got Scott from God style guy now. Eventually this company plans to make its electric and hydrogen powered tractor trailer trucks. Actually thing right now. They just have prototypes, and we have to admit they look awesome. Honestly, it's like they gave the team over at hot, wheels. Cars a lot of red bull, and said go crazy. Eventually these things are going to be hall and red bull across the country with tractor trailers, and if you check out their website, they're also planning to develop Jetskis, Dune buggies and up trucks I one of those tech companies that feels subtly influenced by Winnebago for some reason, it makes no sense, yeah, now besides the design, they're going to differentiate themselves with their electric engines, and eventually they're hydrogen fuel cell, hydrogen fuel cells, being the kind of engine that is greenhouse gas emissions just. No fossil fuels allowed at Nikola. Funny thing about Nikola Jack, and I noticed Nikola doesn't build trucks until the customers have already signed up for the trucks. You show me the money. I'll show you the Pradesh. Rigamonti. Has Bush for example. They make a lot of budweiser. They've signed up for eight hundred Nicholas. Ton of Bud light they figure they might as well sign a deal to get like the first fleet of Nikolas eventual, but here's the thing about that. Nikola Client Budweiser has ordered forty Tesla Semis the competitor Nikola that's right I always forget. The Tesla's got tractor trailer coming that they announced like two years ago, but hasn't seen the road, and that means that Budweiser is one day going to be eventually say they've got US fleet of Nikola. Nikola Tesla's. That's true now before we get too excited about Budweiser's Nikola Tesla's. Let's remember. Neither Nicholas nor Tesla have put one of these tractor trailer trucks on the road yet. We're going to highlight that as a red flag, no product yet so Jack. What's the takeaway for our buddies? Over at Nikola Nikola is latest cult stocks knackers. Let's go through the checklist. Charismatic Leader Check Revolutionary Product Shack, how about the tons of attention on Reddish? SNACKER NIKOLA IS PRE Revenue Aka no revenue yet and they've got no trucks on the road. They haven't made a buck, but don't worry. They plan to have their first electric powered semi on the market by twenty, twenty, one likely before Tesla semi, and then their first hydrogen powered semi-truck two years later by twenty twenty, three Oh by the way another kind of thing, we should flag care. Hydrogen trucks require hydrogen fueling stations that don't exist yet, you. You can't pull over at one of those travelcenters at Exit Sixteen and fill up your hydrogen engine, and he had Jack and I've noticed that Nicholas. Stock has tripled in the last two months in anticipation of that whole reverse merger thing that just went down yesterday called stocks lots of hype, but not necessarily something that Nikola Tesla whatever by four our second story yesterday we told you about the biggest of the Year Warner. Music Aka the Bruno Mars. Were telling you about the biggest tech IPO of the year, Zoom Info, which just Jim Seventy percent on its.
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"Course of some American Airlines employees at DFW airport are putting their free time to good use K. R. alis Kurt Lewis has the story everybody knows there's a shortage of masks so American Airlines workers are making as many as they can by hand partly to boost their own morale because it's easy to feel a little down right now wishing that that we're in right now so because they have an opportunity to to help employees and a busy they're really enjoying it NBC five reports the aim is to make as many masks as possible to protect both employees and travelers the workers are making the masks with something like an assembly line some cut the fabric other solo some iron them they work in shifts of about twenty people at a time keeping their proper social distancing her Lewis news radio ten eighty KRLD six forty three where did the coronavirus originate while not everyone agrees there's a lot of misinformation about covert nineteen and a new pew research center survey found nearly three in ten Americans believe the virus was manufactured in a lab scientists have concluded that it came about naturally and forty three percent of Americans agree younger adults are more likely than older people to believe it was developed in a lab either accidentally or deliberately the survey found Republicans were more likely than Democrats to say the corona virus came from a lap Pam Coulter CBS news is portion of the news for blue nail roofing it's time now for our app of the day here's David Rankin are at today's called June this is a brand new app from the mines in Facebook it is specifically geared towards couples it's supposed to be a private place where two people can share their private moments with no prying eyes it's something that you're probably doing already with your significant other but this keeps it in one place the ABS says it's perfect for exchanging music and pictures and scrapbooks and messages and it.
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"Breath a cough and a temperature of ninety nine point six or higher can be tested this is Randall Peyton the site commander both drive thru locations the verification process will be handled through identification where site personnel will verify the participant meets the criteria drive through testing open from eight o'clock in the morning until eight o'clock at night seven days a week outside the American Airlines center and at the Ellis Davis fieldhouse Texas lieutenant governor Dan Patrick says the U. S. should get back to work in the face of the global pandemic Patrick who turns seventy next week make comments to fox news's Tucker Carlson tonight southwest and American Airlines give the green light to allow flight attendants to wear face use me from having a little bit of a a sound problem here's the Dan Patrick so I'm automatically in the high risk pool as lieutenant governor I work twelve or fifteen hours a day mostly from home now but I travel when I need to I'm living smart listening to the president the CDC guidelines like all people should but I'm not living in fear of covert nineteen when I'm living in fear of is what's happening to this country Patrick says as a grandparent he's willing to sacrifice his health to get the economy going but attendance with two North Texas airlines are cleared to protect themselves from corona virus southwest and American Airlines gave the green light to allow flight attendants to wear face masks to protect against covert nineteen fort worth based American Airlines made their policy change on Sunday to allow its workers to wear masks and gloves when working with passengers sixteen thousand flight attendants with Dallas based southwest got the word Monday that protective face masks were approved according to The Dallas Morning News delta and United Airlines already allow flight attendants to wear face masks my trainer KLIF news Texas Baptist men disaster relief ministry based in Dallas donating some ten thousand masks and two thousand bio hazard suits to hospitals and first responders John Hall with the group says these items are in short supply and it will get worse as the number of covert nineteen cases continues to grow transponders in local hospitals the folks working there on the front lines of the corona virus pandemic neither our heroes I mean they're charging forward and we want to support them in any way we can he says eventually they'll be providing meals like they do during natural disasters you can make a donation at K. L. I. F. dot com killing of news time eight ten you know you worked in Los Angeles do you remember of a talk radio talk.
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"Blade is fighting United Airlines for access to the full suite of code so he could build them for his speech recognition system for customers to check the status of flights and they're very reluctant to expose them for various reasons. I'm sure yeah. But they've made clear that they do not talk about the mayday codes the codes that report back when something with the flight has gone wrong unfortunately in their business though things do go wrong. Flights Ju- crash and Blade was pushing for them to do the right thing. In these situations. There are three major codes. I said what access to that. I want to be able to do the right thing. Which is to transfer to the special groups that anything between good him right with people need so his vision for this. Is that when there's a mayday code? They treated in the same way. They do a major snowstorm. Pull up all their top support agents into one of these dedicated support rooms at their headquarters and route callers directly to them when calling about an effective flight right so this goes well beyond the design of this phone system. Bleed is proposing fundamental process changes. In how they handle emergencies internally so we can't give it to you why not? We've got a three tiered architecture. The database speaks of the middleware layer. It stripped out all that stuff and sends it out to the agent screens screens in the airport of the phone system the website at Cetera. But here's what we can do in this situation. We do the right thing. We'd opportunity to do the right thing. Because that was the center line of the experience. And this had looked GONNA take us weeks to do a special connector for you and you take you weeks to do since that we're GONNA lose money in the process and thankfully my company that I worked for and united did it and we took the head to do the right thing great leadership who understood the value of adhering to the centerline. Even though I didn't have those words back so they actually got bill lades vision of an automated system that creates the proper experience most good situations and bad situations and that brings us to September eleventh. Two Thousand One and the failure on American Airlines part to properly address such devastating situation. We'll get there right after a quick word from our sponsors so this episode of rocket ship is brought to you. By the Product Institute. Product ensued is one hundred percent online course for new or tenured product managers and product. 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That's right so if you go to product institute DOT COM and enter the code rocket at Checkout. You'll receive over two hundred dollar savings on your subscription so it brings us to September eleventh two thousand one juice. Cnn breaking new this just annual looking at obviously a very disturbing live shot there that is the World Trade Center and we have unconfirmed reports this morning that a plane has crashed into one of the towers of the World Trade Center. There is a major incident in Lower Manhattan. That we just got a report in that. There's been some sort of explosion at the World Trade Center in New York City. Apparently a plane has just crashed into the World Trade Center. We understand that a plane has crashed into the World Trade Center. We have serious news of a major possible aircrash in the United States and incredible plane crash into the World Trade Center. That happened within the last few moments of you moments ago. Something believed to be a crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center. We have no idea what it was. It was a tremendous boom so on the morning of nine eleven there was panic and confusion especially for those that had loved ones that were either flying or working inside the World Trade Centers. Hundreds even thousands of families who had loved one's flying that morning were left clear answers for hours as these tragic events unfolded. And here's where we see. The diverging results of these two companies decisions one company United Airlines spent the extra time and effort to put a process in place. For extreme circumstances like this unfortunately on September eleventh that worked and people called up asked about five ninety three and it said I think calling about five ninety three. Is that correct? Yes hold on. Let me get you someone who can help it. Transform into the to the right call center not only my system for united was lauded in the New York Times. It said this. This reporter said by the time you've finished using the system by the time you fish using the system you'll want to take the voice to dinner right. It was wonderful to treat people humanely in quick but American Airlines had passed on using blades team to develop their phone system they instead decided to cut corners and hire a less experienced firm to try to replicate what blades team had done for. United American Airlines We tried to talk to and they didn't want to buy from us and what they did was they had a company reverse engineer my system. Reverse engineer word for word for word everything not doing. The basic established experience online for them. When people call the American on that day. It said that flight is in the air and someone thought someone was safe. Who wasn't so while they were able to practically duplicate the system that bladed built. They never built in the mayday codes and because of that families on nine eleven were told that their loved ones were safe when in fact their planes had already crashed. This is what happens when you're a designer. You have the opportunity. Create moments had a really wonderful even if they only occur merely or maybe never because that central on that drove those moments drive everything else as well and that's the power of of great design and great experience and when you create the right vision for everyone to understand the value of that it connects engineering marketing sales project management manufacturing everybody. 'cause they're all driven to support that effort and you take that time to do that. That work at the beginning of this very little output. You don't see much happening that first-phase enough. I can't show you the thinking I did. I can make things up because I I learned eventually to make things up until the truth. You lie how far we live with the project junior designer. Oh we've done these four things go but we've got a list of twenty five things. We're never going to get done seniors. I know how to lie well. We investigated the personas. We've we've we don't. We're not gonNA do a metaphor. We'll take an hour talking about two points of ten. You'll think. Wow if they spent that much time on this to the other eight gotta be great and as a result That's how you get your time to do your deep thinking. He's what's he done that. The second half is so fast you get right into the second. Half is super fast. At that point you are all aligned. The communication's faster. You know what you want to do. You know why it's important and everyone works together to create that incredible thing and they feel better about what they've created. They feel more proud when they see people using it. It is a material difference and it is the material reflection of all that work you did at the beginning to define the centerline that experience. What an incredible lesson I. It's tragic but it is a reminder for all of us to push that extra mile to build experiences that treat each other humanely even in the worst unexpected circumstances. Yeah so next week. We'll be back with the story about audible. Who's mistake wasn't as dire as American Airlines here? But it may have caused some marital riffs and disgruntled the trucking community all at once. Yeah so we'll be back right here next. Thursday for another episode of rocket ship with product failures audible. Thank you so much for listening to rocketship. Not It's your support. The keeps the show going rocketship dot. Fm is now part of the pot lamad network if you WANNA learn more about the other shows on the hotline network who do the hottest Lamad Dot Com rocketship dot? 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That's right so if you go to product institute DOT COM and enter the code rocket at Checkout. You'll receive over two hundred dollar savings on your subscription so mike. Do you remember where you were on September eleventh? Two thousand one. Yeah I definitely remember. I was in college. I went to Bowling Green State University and I remember coming back. from actually A gym class that I had and act at the REC center. I looked up and all the you know were on the Twin Towers. And no no matter. What television will matter what channel and I had just lived in Staten Island New York that previous summer. I mean I just got back from two weeks pretty much before September eleventh and still had a lot of friends out there and so I remember exactly where it was. Yeah so I was in college. I was at my apartment in Oneonta New York and I shared it with a bunch of students who live. Didn't they grew up in New York City? So I remember sitting in our living room just before nine. Am and American Airlines flight. Eleven had just crashed into the north tower. This Justin you're looking at obviously a very disturbing live shot there. That is the World Trade Center and we have unconfirmed reports this morning. That a plane has crashed into one of the towers of the World Trade Center. Cnn Center right now is just beginning to work on this story. Obviously calling our sources and trying to figure out exactly what happened but clearly. Something relatively devastating happening this morning. There the south end of the island of Manhattan and at this point people were mostly confused. Some people had started to call home to make sure that their families were safe. But then we're going to take a look at videotape just moments ago of the second plane hitting the World Trade Center that is spectacular pictures. I don't know if you could see the plane to was a passenger plane. If perhaps some type of navigating system or some type of electronics would put two planes into the World Trade Center within it looks like about eighteen minutes of each other and this was United Airlines flight. One seventy five another passenger plane that crashed into the South Tower. And at this point there was still a ton of confusion as to what actually happened but slowly. The news started to report that these flights had been hijacked so one more time. Let's go through the sequence of events at about eight forty five eastern time. A plane crashed into The four most of those towers at are the world the World Trade Center That's Air Force. One you see in Florida. The president on board Obviously extraordinary security around the plane before the president got odd and the president is heading back to Washington a short time ago. The president made a statement. He said terrorism against our nation will not stand the government will hunt down those responsible. Mr Bush said today we've had a national tragedy. Two planes have crashed into the World Trade Center and apparent terrorist attack on the country and we also have a report now that it was a plane that crashed into the Pentagon and we have a large fire at the Pentagon. The Pentagon is being evacuated as we speak now. Then there was American Airlines Flight. Seventy seven which had crashed into the Pentagon and United Airlines flight. Ninety three which was targeted at the White House but ended up crashing in a field because the passengers revolted so at this point. People really started to panic. I remember on campus the phone lines. That were backed up. Students were calling home but they couldn't get through. They couldn't reach people. There was a real feeling of helplessness. Today we bring you the story of the unforeseen consequences of decisions made by American Airlines leading up into nine eleven. Today we're talking with Blade Catala. Who helped build the automated phone systems for Various Airlines and American Airlines? They decided to omit a crucial group of alerts. The mayday coats that and more on today's episode of rocket ship we dive into the product failure of American Airlines. Welcome to rocketship. Fm RACKET CHIP FM is produced in partnership with product collective. We are your hosts Michael Sokha and unlike delcidio so in the late nineties early two thousands bleed Cataldi was working for a speech. Recognition Company who is helping build automated phone systems and one of their big customers was actually United Airlines yet and it was going to be the largest scale deployment of speech recognition technology in the world. Here's blade we're making this flight information system so no longer press buttons for the fight number. You can just say Boston Cleveland tomorrow afternoon. And we're gonNA this so good. It's going to speak to you in this beautiful way. And so when I was developing this I thought I was concepts called called experienced center lining. It's it's been a long time front figuring about the central end of that experience and so in that I spent time thinking what should Salik how should feel every system has a female voice mail voice like pilot United Airlines you kind of think about of a male figure the time to great male voice say welcome to United Airlines and make you feel like you've landed in the right place work really hard to craft every single word and speak to you at speed the treat you like? You're an idiot like all these touch on systems talk so slowly and they say ridiculous things like our options may have changed but they may not change. I want to hear about that. It's the worst. So let's they're smart. That's the difference so we did so. Generally this system would be used to check flight. Departure time status is right basic stuff for blade. He wanted to take all instances into consideration. Yeah that's right. There's always the happy path but what happens when something goes wrong. House the system going to handle it and the systems reporting was based on these internal flights status codes as I'm going by the design process. How we're GONNA handle the tough things like if a plane goes down. Said we don't talk about this. What do you mean look at United? We don't talk about plans going down. Doctors don't talk about death on the operating table. I said I understand that. But but you kind of gun talk about so I guess understandably United was hesitant to build this into an automated system but it was the right thing to do blatant do it right. So he kept pushing. I said of course I do. Your insurance rates are set a number of acceptable deaths per year. They didn't even know that people are talking to. I kept working to advocate. Saying we do the right thing. Because at the experience of a center of my experience in my mind we handled every single person. The exact way we can so keep advocating over the course of many weeks. We finally get the United Airlines headquarters and I learned that there are special big rooms that are empty call center rooms that are empty. They put their best agents on when there's any problem shut down a bunch of airports because of snow their pets agents room and they have them because I can see everybody in and they can. He'll always problems. We do a great job of it so blaze relentless here he knows that the airlines have more information about these flights that he needs to bill out the best automation system that he can. They don't really want to give them up. They're happy with the status quo honestly but blade so he pushes on what's access in case something goes wrong to database code. You must have entailed looking even now. I said I'm not get the data base people in here okay fine. They got the man lunchtime. How many colds you have about one hundred and fifty or some number like that really. But I don't know too many young like eight or ten in the Mike Depart. Arrive canceled delayed. But they're a bunch they know like if the plane is at the gate the has not extended they know everything but it's really wonderful over one hundred fifty codes but they're only exposing eight of them the automated system. So we're going to get to the mayday codes right. After a quick word from our sponsors the perfect hire can have an impact on your business for years to come so we need to find that person to help grow your business. Lincoln jobs will match the right talent with your open role fast. I actually love the Lincoln Jobs Platform. It actually brings candidates to you so you post your job. But then linked in helps to alert candidates who would fit your job description and encourages them to apply and with over six hundred and seventy five million members worldwide Lincoln Jobs. David go and screen candidates with hard and soft skills. 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"White House reporter for the Washington Post and thanks so much for joining us. It's my pleasure. Have President Trump's budget out. This week isn't going anywhere right now. Given the Democratic Control of the House of Representatives but it does give you a sense of his priorities especially if he wins a second. Turn and those priorities do not it. Favorite Greener Forms of transportation like public transit and trains for more. Let's bring in. Seth Kaplan here now transportation analyst. Seth Jeremy Okay. Let's start with the the most famous train line in the country. I would say that is Amtrak. The Nation's rail service which reported a record number of passengers last year more than thirty two million we spoke with with the CEO on this show and he projected positive earnings for Amtrak this year for the first time ever so why are cuts being proposed. Or what kind of cuts are being proposed. The big ones derby a billion dollars skewed more toward the long haul routes as you and I have discussed before the show are the ones that really lose a lot of money. The cuts also in the northeast corridor. The routes between New York and Boston New York and Washington and so forth which are more viable worth noting by the way Jeremy Those long haul routes which the administration noted are the ones that are less viable. Those are the ones that run through rural America. What you might call Red State America of course supports a kind of like? There's surprises some surprises with the budget. Over all right the the administration willing to tolerate headlines about cuts to entitlements like Medicare and social security that are popular among senior. Your voters This too willing to take that chance with with some of their core supporters. And when you look at the other cuts the administration's proposing for transportation spending what stands out cutting money also for across the board all kinds of things including airport improvements for example being slashed by four one hundred million dollars. I if if they were to get what they wanted and and public transit as well absolutely. That's on the chopping block to pretty much everything everything With the exception of of roads and bridges overall now now they're even there a lot of their sort of robbing Peter to pay. Paul well There there are cuts to some of those kinds of things but on a net basis. No question what what you said before. Greener forms of transportation are the ones that no matter how you you measure it or are taking the biggest hit so in terms of what the administration does want to spend money on transportation. What's in there yes? So it's talking about a trillion dollars over ten years for yeah mostly roads and bridges things that that tend to benefit automobiles now. Not all of that would would be new spending. I mean the government would spend a certain amount of money on all that anyway but that would be a big increase that it would also extend the time. Normally this would be. Oh five years. At a time they'd be committing to ten years of big spending and that would even despite what would have been spent anyway be in fact a big increase in for a longer period of time. Ah Seth when you look at this budget proposal from the trump administration and then combine it with some of the other places where Democrats are in charge. California's Democratic governor just pause to the high-speed train being built from southern California to the bay area over cost concerns are advocates of trains in public transit. Losing the fight in the big picture. It's kind of hard to paint with a very broad brush. I mean in California what happened. Is that the public was was all for the idea of a high-speed train but it just ended up costing so much more than anybody had imagine there are localities like Nashville of voted against an expansion transit despite some progressive instincts but others like Phoenix next. That voted in favor of expanding their public transit system. So so a mixed record for sure that is here now. Transportation analysts. Seth Kaplan said. Thank you gary..
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"From NPR and WBZ. I'm Jeremy Hobson. I'm Robin Young. It's here and now. Let's Thi this up Bernie Sanders when the New Hampshire primary last night and let me say a night that this victory here is the beginning of the end for Donald Trump but p Buddha judge it's lead in the delegate count and last night took aim at Sanders Progressive Agenda including Medicare for all Americans want the freedom to make choices for themselves on healthcare. You're or on any other issue not to have Washington decide for them and a politics of my way or the highway is a road to reelecting donald trump third the bronze but a big victory went to Amy Klobuchar. Hello America I'm Amy Klobuchar and I will beat Donald Trump. Well the previous top candidates Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden came in a dismal fourth and fifth but vowed to press on. Let's bring in our political strategist bill. Press Democrat Hi Bill. Hello Rob Jeremy. Alice and Alice Stewart is one. Let's talk to me about their Republican. I Alice Hi Jeremy I Robin Hi Bill. Okay so Bill let me start with you. What do the top three Democrats At least in New Hampshire Sanders Buddha judge and Klobuchar need to do you now to show that they can win in places like Nevada and South Carolina which have much more diverse electorates. Are they going to get to work. And they got around a lot more votes they have to raise a lot more money and they have to appeal to a broader audience for for sure to state the obvious. It was a really good night for Bernie Santos for people to judge for Amy Klobuchar. But I think before anybody pops a champagne or or jumps off a cliff. I think as to stand back and realize is that Yes Bernie one in New Hampshire But people to judge and Amy Klobuchar Together got a lot more votes than he did So so you can say. The end of the moderates showed their strength as well as Progressive Bernie and the other thing is as Elizabeth. Warren pointed out last night were two states down to red states to mostly white states to states. That Democrats are not necessarily going to win their fifty five states and territories to go a lot more diverse A lot more challenging. And then there's Michael Bloomberg hanging out there so right just starting to get wild and anybody who tells you. They know who the Democratic Arctic nominee is. Today is lying but do you think I know we're only two states town. But do you think that Joe Biden for example can go through the next two two weeks until South Carolina. I mean assuming that he doesn't win in Nevada maybe he will end really get through that with all the attention incheon that it's going to be paid to the other candidates and people starting to think well they might be the president. Is he going to be able to go through all the way for a couple of weeks without a win put us. I would not count him out out in this year. I would not count him out. I think he has a lot of strength. A lot of people that love him because of his his his record his experience and the fact that they see him as a more stable maybe challenger to Donald Trump but It depends a lot on his donor base. He needs the gas to be able to run through Nevada and South South Carolina. Okay we'll bill. First of all Democrats in New Hampshire would say we're a purple state. I'm Alice just to you. Because both closure and bandages are saying they day can draw support from Republican independence now. We met a lot of Republicans in New Hampshire looking for a candidate that was not donald trump again new hamper new New Hampshire little purple. These might be old school. Republicans not at all the trump base. But do you think that's going to be a factor. The fact that they can offer people outside the Democratic Party. They're saying they can a candidate. It certainly is an argument. They can make they are more moderate They certainly have shown they have the ability to connect connect with voters and our contrast from what we're seeing with regard to the direction of the Democratic Party. There's no denying that Sanders performance in New Hampshire has painted a picture that his progressive policies or part of the Democratic Party's mainstream ideology at least for now. I do expect that to change. Because a lot of what we're hearing in the polls are indicating. Is that Democratic Party while they have a large voice on the progressive subside. They also have a strong voice on the moderate side hence they strong performance of Buddha judge and Klobuchar yesterday was a big victory for Sanders and and for Buddha judge and Kluber Char. It was a huge wakeup call for Joe Biden. He needs to really scramble and get his act together in South Carolina and I view it as a circling the Drain Rain Moment for Elizabeth Warren G. Really she really has run out of steam but the important thing to keep in mind. These first four early states between Iowa New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina that only makes up four percent of the total delegates needed. So we're still we're looking at it from this aspect but we're still at the very beginning stages of a very long process circling the drain. Let's listen to a little of Elizabeth Warren from last night Senator Sanders and mayor. Buddha judge had strong nights and I also also want to congratulate my friend and colleague Amy Klobuchar for showing. Just how wrong the pundits can be when they count a woman out until This is being very very dignified. ungracious there but as you both have been saying Klobuchar. Buddha Judge Biden. Supporters are more than the Warren and sanders combine. It seems that within the Ward Sanders Camp Democrats are choosing sanders. Where do you? What do you see Liz with Warren? GOING WHOA I. I do think that the challenge in the inside the Democratic Party is the same as it was when this whole process began. which is if you will the more progressive versus the the moderate progressive because Buddha judge in club which are hardly Biden are hardly conservative right and but in that th Elizabeth Warren's first I then challenge was in the more Progressive Lane to beat Bernie Sanders says only room for one person in lane? It looked like she had done it at one point fine but she has not now and I don't think she can recover. I think she is a very graceful speech. Last night She's a good candidate but I don't think she's GonNa make. Let's talk about the candidate who was not competing in either of the state's Michael Bloomberg who's been spending a ton of money on ads especially in those Super Tuesday states it's that'll happen at the beginning of March and I think it's something like forty percent of the delegates are going to be given out on that day but Bloomberg was in the headlines Yesterday because because of some audio that surfaced of him defending the controversial stop and Frisk Policy Police tactics that he expanded in New York City. Here's some of that. Sound the arrest in marijuana on. That's true why is already If you can't hear that he's saying Why do we put all the cops the minority neighborhoods? Because that's where all the crime is. alice us. President Trump tweeted this out. He called Bloomberg Racist. We should point out that. Of course president trump has been accused of being a racist and also support stop and Frisk policing but what did you think of this and do you think this is GonNa hurt Bloomberg. This is what you call an October surprise in February and this was a effective way to put with him on his heels when he has the wind at his back right now look his position. I didn't support. I think it was a act inaccurate thing to say he has come out he's Owned up to it. He's apologized and he's asking people to move on what we're seeing the last few days. He has really made a strong effort to reach out to the African the American community he is receiving endorsements. I'm seeing you you go online and social media you're seeing a lot of black leaders organizations Getting behind him. He's is making a conscious effort. I expect this to be a one or two day story and and move on with regard to the audio tape but he is gaining strength in these super Tuesday states dates where he's put a lot of effort and in Arkansas. Even my former state. He's doing well. His problem is not going to be as much with the African Americans. He has a problem. I'm connecting with rural voters. That's what I'm hearing across these these states where there's a large electric a rural voters. He needs to fine tune his message on what he can do for those voters. We just have a couple of minutes. I WanNa make sure that we get your story but what own make sure we get to something that some would say is a February surprise. There are calls now to investigate the sentencing of Roger Stone. This is the friend of president trump. Who was convicted As a result of the Russia investigation of Wind Congress obstruction Yesterday trump tweeted that the seven to nine year prison term. That was recommended by the federal prosecutors was unjust shortly after Attorney General Bar of did another filing intervened overrode that recommendation. They're asking for a lesser sentence and for prosecutors resigned. Of course the Justice Department saying that had nothing to do with a tweet but Lsu tweeted out speaking of tweets that the DOJ needs to lock up Roger Stone and throw away the key full stop. Was it appropriate. Then for president trump to seemingly asked his attorney general and then tweeting again today congratulating him for intervening in this. It's really important. The Justice Department do their job and anyone who tries to intervene in the process. Success I think is making a mistake. Look Roger Stone was found guilty By all accounts by the jury and it's important to let the justice system uh-huh play out I cannot think of anyone more deserving of seeing justice served than Roger Stone so I would like to see everyone sit back and let this judge make the important important willing look he could receive up to twenty years based on the judicial guidelines. So I think it's the judge's decision to make and no one else's bill it just jumped out to see. I think this is so outrageous on the part of Bill Bill Bar. He has destroyed not just here but even previously this just adds to destroy the integrity the and the independence of the Justice Department I think is worst attorney general since John Mitchell and he sees himself as just a toady of Donald Trump donald trump tweets and bill bar jumps yes in and tries to reverse the the work of career prosecutors in the Justice Department. I think anybody who reveres reveres. The rule of law ought to be very concerned about what Bill Maher Donald Trump together are up to Democrat Bill Press and Republican Alice Stewart. You're thanks so much to.
"american airlines" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Meantime American Airlines says its going to resume flights from DFW to Hong Kong on February twenty first fifteen days from now they cancel those flights because of a lack of demand because of coronavirus American said it also cancel flight from LA to Hong Kong and those won't restart until March twenty seventh it's four thirty five at KRLD and it is almost time for football again in Arlington the XFL's Dallas renegades open play on Sunday hosting the Saint Louis battle hawks at globe life park it we're joined by renegades president Grady Raskin Jon appreciate yeah you have me on I'll tell you there's been a lot going on seems like things are coming at us from from every direction but we got a great staff that's that's up to the challenge biggest things were just making sure the field and the reconfiguration of of what what mark is complete we don't have a lot to do with it but we're certainly sitting there watching it having conversation so walking the transformation of of that beautiful stadium has has just been a great a great time for us all it really does look like a football field and and we can't wait for fans to see what it looks like and and enjoy some football there what are you most looking forward to sharing with the fans the XFL's for the love of football this league was created for the fan and it was done so through a lot of research and development over eighteen months asking and asking the official asking the players asking the coaches like if we were going to create another professional football league what would they like to see as almost excited to take that feedback and show the fan that we are creating a authentic game of football it's just another chance and and another opportunity to watch football which is the number one forty nine states and and certainly here in North Texas what a wonderful story line to have Bob stoops back on the sideline what do you think that does this guy this legendary coach has body and and he is leading your team well I think the word I use its credibility Bob stoops is such an amazing addition for us just because he came out of retirement to to jump on the chance and lord knows where he could have gone if you wanted to go to any college or any NFL teams of the past three years since he's been retired and he chose us so I think that's where you really brings it to the table but I'm telling you none of these guys would be here if this wasn't about authentic true football and they want to win and and their people are gonna leave all their blood sweat and tears out there on that field that we're creating in the other ones that are playing around the league he's really into it he's not just a figurehead he is he's down and dirty it's great that he's Grady Raskin the president of the XFL's Dallas renegades they're opening up their inaugural season Sunday at globe life park in Arlington and you can hear more with Raskin on our website K. realty dot com at the end of games in the NFL lot of players extremes again jerseys with our opponents on the field basically out of mutual respect it happened at the end of the Super Bowl when the chiefs running back Damien Williams traded jerseys with the Niners running back Ronnie Moster their friends they played together with the dolphins couple seasons back this week most certainly sided to return Williams game Jersey to him and told him this is the Jersey war to win the Superbowl I thought about putting it up on eBay but this belongs to you and yours hand this down for generations huge fan ever he muster right now absolutely one and no doubt about that yeah edge after re thinking it that was the right thing to do well coming up we got an update regarding the suspicious package in downtown Dallas in a moment first year traffic.
"american airlines" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We have our friends at American Airlines I guess a Boeing due to the grounding of their seven thirty seven Max's Americans as paying them thirty million dollars an American has plans as to what to do with the money ever going to share some of that with their employees might get the damages that were encouraged by American Airlines in two thousand and nineteen from the grounding of the Boeing Max aircraft and of course and that is continuing Burger King is that there's going to be yet another settlement and once we determine exactly how long it's going to you know going to twenty twenty with this but I denounces that thirty million dollar distribution is basically going to get be divided among the hundred and seven thousand employees amounts going to very depending on the position and experiences can average around three to four hundred dollars a pop and that's a good move that they're sharing that with their employees remember the flight attendants had looked at suing as did the pilots Boeing for some of their lost wages some of those wages working a thousand to two thousand dollars a month because of reduced flying because the grounding that Max aircraft sure all right then yeah you a video of this too on the blog it's pass user grew impatient the flight was delayed and they actually decided that the storming the cockpit would somehow get something accomplished sure let's do that it was near India flight they were New Delhi headed for a move by and basically they had a technical problem and apparently it went a little longer than they like so there was a mini riot that broke out passengers rushed to the part of the airplane they try to open up the emergency exits flight attendants were battling them trying to keep them from doing so to pulling the slide because that would further delay the flight because those things it takes about ninety minutes to replace them and after that they decided to storm the cockpit started pounding on the cockpit door telling actually taunting the pilots trying to get him to come out one of the passengers on the video he said he would break the cockpit door open if the pilot did not come out and the other video you can check out of my aviation blog it's worth a look and the blog sponsors always by the greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky International Airport now the lowest fares in the region such as Las Vegas round trip and nonstop for just seventy six dollars and you find more great deals CVG airport dot com good deal it's all right far as delays we have Michael gross it land in Seattle could be delays minimal thirty minutes or so I think this is gonna be the best travel day of the week so if you pick the date of flight it's gonna be good on all right we win thank you Sir seven twenty six that time all right what we have is buddy Holley let's go buddy the Buddy Holly story is coming to the Playhouse in the park it's kicks off on the eighteenth of January goes for most of the month till February sixteenth you have a twenty Buddy Holly songs the middle this covering the meteoric rise though short lived rise of the Buddy Holly and the crickets so it's covered there's a heck of a show and you can go if you answer this Buddy Holly trivia question buddy Holly is the seem to have discovered what a megastar discovered was there for his first recording session play guitar on two of his first songs who was that individual discovered way back when but buddy Holley both from Lubbock Texas if that helps five one three seven four nine thirty seven hundred you give me that answer well actually you give grant that answer and the ticket to the Playhouse will come your way again it's a buddy the Buddy Holly story from the eighteenth of January to the sixteenth of fab at Playhouse in the park to buy tickets it's since the plate.
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"Host. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well, as Alex trebek's travelers on American Airlines flight to Hawaii from Phoenix, we're being asked to urinate in plastic bags and bottles. One woman took a video of a flight attendant asking her to go on a plastic bags. He said, what do you mean? I have to Pena bag. The flight attendant told that the toilets were overflowing and the woman had to the women had to pee in bags and the men had to go in bottles announcement during the flight telling passengers there was a problem with the bathrooms. American Airlines is confirmed their issues on the flight over the airlines at the plane took off with working bathrooms that later discovered. A diaper had been flushed down the toilets causing the problems. Normally the plane with landed nearby airport to fix the maintenance issue, but giving it the flight was over the ocean. The plane had to continue American Airlines offered passengers two hundred and forty dollars vouchers seventeen thousand five hundred miles. I wouldn't have to be on the plane until you told me I could. Yes, sir. I bet it's broken. You can't. I would have to compete in the worst way possible because you'd be thinking about it. It'd be like psychosomatic or whatever like you make it happen. You talked about this in the entertainment report. But last month, the academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences rolled out their plan for an outstanding achievement in popular film category for the Oscars in two nineteen didn't go over. Well, so they're taking it back. The academy is postponing the addition of the new category for a later date. The biggest issue people had with the award was the announcement came with no stipulations about how exactly the winner of a popular category would be defined the academy claims that implementing a new award several months into the year creates challenges for films. That have already been released. That was supposed to be a blockbuster category. The crappy movie that made a ton of money category. Superhero movie. Exactly exactly the non in theaters this weekend. Peppermint, God bless the broken road. Ozier weekend movie options here,.
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"But the the woman literally goes to me, she goes, she goes, look, I was my job for this like she was like, you know, don't ever talk about this on a podcast, but she's like, if you go to the store, this is outside of the gate like they might have crazy who knows. I ran over there and just at one thing fucking crazy on the wall and glued the passport, I came back and she literally just play dumb and lettuce, fuck and go through and say, look, no. I found the one TSA employees that empathy still people. It was in American Airlines employees. Okay. With Cynthia Torres, fish. Fish committed a federal crime. She's in Gitmo right now. She should not be allowed to be in charge of the skies. Here's what if the picture page comes out, technically you take that picture page and put it in of another picture page in the passport whose just some fucking Al Qaeda members plan. The go picture Pige came out of the past. Come to Lewis's. Come to lose his house, a fake ID's, Krazy glue a picture of you. I'll make you whoever you want. Yeah, it was so close on Jamaica. I can't explain to you how like you land then then after all that that's when I met the TSA employee that was like, hold on now, don't don't rush me keep fucking bitch. I'm gonna kill. You. Every day you're trying to be cool that whole time and you were tested every step of the way it was brutal. It was a fucking nightmare. It's fucking awful. You wanna. We do some plugs. Yeah, let's wrap this. There's been a phone Landau very happy. Thank you. What do.
"american airlines" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"On the other hand, we have a lot of corporations who do a lot of deactivating or we have had a lot of corporations to a lot of deactivating. A lot of like we won't show ATV on American Airlines flights are Costco or whatever all martyr. Now that's grandstanding. We all figured out that the. Corporations don't care, but they do like the news, hey, we have buckling the public sentiment or whatever. Right? Which wouldn't happen on a personal level. But those gotta be a certain percentage of people that went on tired of. I'm going to send my own my my membership and whatever. All right. Well, we'll figure it out. So what are Suming that there's more and are a members than there were? Let's say, when Trump started just for shits and giggles by I'll bet it only goes up, but it's being how, like you said, how fast it goes up with certain ideologies or president, or whatever administration versus stagnant growth. Very slow thinking. Yeah. Well, also stuff, you know, boy scouts gone down. You know, that's like just Qassam was around doesn't mean it's always going to trick. My boy scouts probably gone down over the die or whatever. Yeah. Now also they become less popular or the people don't like some of the newer policies of the boy scouts or whatever it is. So we'll be curious. And also I guess you gotta figure you get a certain amount of traffic from having a show on Delta Airlines on one of their channels. And if that's been pulled, that's more people that could possibly sign up. All right. We'll get. The bottom all this mex- Bada. You may have to check some numbers because colon is on TV and so and so forth. But I don't know if he has all these numbers at the tip of his tongue. Seeing, I'm saying. Okay. Gotcha. I'll tell you.
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"With american airlines your flight may be cancelled american is admitting they told to many of their pilots they could take time off over christmas that leaves him with too few pilots to work the flights that have already been booked american is now offering time and a half to a to agree to cut short their vacations but if not enough of them take the deal flights we'll be cancelled in woodbridge man is likely to be alive this morning after being pulled from a trench that had collapsed around him the man was working a construction site when the earth started coming in around him police say he is going to be okay we were telling a yesterday about how there is no regular retesting for drivers in new jersey but there is a way that many are not aware of to get some dangerous drivers off the road if you're worried about the driving ability of our friend relative or neighbor who has dementia sleep apnea or any other serious problem you can report thumb marron balakov the jersey nbc says after the medical review unit investigates they can order the driver in question to go to their doctor for us screening and if the tests show the person has a serious condition the unit will make a ruling it could drive encroaches result driving privileges or a combination of the valve she asked the units decision can be appealed david matthau new jersey one a one point five news we know now what that loud banging was you'd sayerville this week residents were startled awake monday morning by the noisy was coming from loudspeakers being used by a company to scare off canada geese loud noise is often used to control the eu's population and get them to move elsewhere don't be alarmed of you see fighter jets in north jersey around lunchtime today the navy jets will be flying low roma hudson.