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"brent schneider" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

10:12 min | 11 months ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"Have figured out how to master that balance of meeting leisure demand just enough where fulfills the demand without saturating? The market and doesn't really doesn't leave a under fulfilled where people are like. This is not convenient at all. I guess the last part is what I don't quite understand. His the leisure travelers sang not convenient enough. Or is it something else? Because if you look at the markets that Darren seemed to be more stable than frontiers maybe not perfectly so but more right. I think they've done a better job of bouncing but like as an example Wilmington Florida. Right if you fly once a week. That's fine for someone going for a week long trip but if someone wants to go for a long weekend it doesn't work feeling. Frontier usually does twice a week. And we just using that as an example twice a week right if you do like Sunday and Tuesday. That's not gonNA be practical for a long weekend now. It's not and the front. The allegiant model is planes. Don't fly on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. I'm quite got aggressive to that point yet. But you know the new breeze schedule. They put in their perspectives to dot. I don't think they had any Wednesday flights that nothing on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only showed up six to nine months down the line so I would imagine that the new whatever the Texas extra is gonNA end up being. We'll do something similar. Can we go back to that? Set you mentioned Allegiant doesn't Fly Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Can you can you expand on it? What's the reasoning? Is that just the model? They adhere to or what do they do with the plane's park them while so I mean it's it's not one hundred percent right. It's that nothing in. Life is but generally speaking allegiance operations on Tuesdays and Wednesdays are near nil and it goes back to a thousand saying is that's not one. Leisure travelers are vacationing. Or if you're going on vacation even if you do a long weekend you know in allegiant become a Monday. You could go out Thursday Friday or Saturday which come home Sunday or Monday. And or you take the Monday outbound in the Thursday or Friday. Return to the other half of those tickets. Yeah version so it's you know it's you know even with the legacy carriers to a lesser extent. If you don't look at Schedules Saturdays Tuesdays and Wednesdays have daily flights right maiming. Any it's your united and you have five day to you know on route acts but Tuesdays and Wednesdays. It's only three on. The airlines are getting much more strategic about limited schedule trimming rather than we fly this route. We fly every day and we fly ten times a day. It's the same way that the legacy carriers like Trim Asia capacity in January right because turns out. No one's going. Yeah I just. I thought I find it interesting. Because it's you know there's always been this adage of a planes don't fly. They're not making money and it sounds. That's not true anymore really well. It is with the caveat that it depends on how much the plane costs and where the money's being generated and this is actually sort of something we feel like we maybe talk a little bit about with brees last week and if not I wrote about it meant to talk about it and that is you know they breeze kicking up these one hundred five's from Zule to start operation to. They're planning on running two to three hour trips. Because that's where the sweet spot is on fuel costs for the one hundred five but they also plan on not using them to super high utilization because their cost to acquire the planes of Jerry. Low allegiance had a similar setup with its old. Md eighties right. The allegiant business model a decade ago was by cheap ass planes. I am until they break than leave them wherever they are in by a new one to pick the passengers up earned exaggerating a little bit but they literally flying until they broke in. They were buying him so cheap that it didn't make sense to repair them. They would salvage parts off but basically they'd scrapped the planes as they broke and we'll say it almost sounds like a New York cab. I would say oh. Dc CAP more than a New York house so it makes sense in a way but if you have a two twenties that are brand new. Those are expensive. Those are way more expensive than a least one hundred five hundred Neil man has negotiated a sweetheart deal with himself to lease out if right Still understand how that sort of thing can be handled ethically legally but legally but had side how much to charge your cell phone. You're giving something away you know and you can look at industry comps in whatever but still you know you cut yourself a deal and help yourself out. But the h twenty like he's gotTa Pay Airbus Retail Price. Not List Price. But you gotta pay the going rate for eight to twenty costs for the new one in Texas. He's got to buy or lease seven thirty sevens. He's using prior generation. Seven thirty seven inches. I think I have one four hundred still on their existing certificate because that's how they kept their license active but I think they were talking about getting a bigger and G. League where they're going to get those. I have no idea since the all the NGOs that could be leased are basically fact failing for Max's around the world or not all but alive. You know then you've got Who else is doing this sort of thing? I don't WanNa talk about Avatar it. Sem forty-sevens. But they wanted us you. Seven forty sevens to start their fleet in the scam that they're running because they are cheaper to acquire allegiant business model changed a little bit when they switched to the a three twenty family. But only a tiny bit. They bought most of their planes used. So there were still cheap. And it's just the end of the early generation of Eight one thousand nine hundred twenty s the same ones that United's now buying used and the handful of new from the factory planes allegiant bought were basically end of the production line. A three nineteen CEOS. They were the last ones that Airbus was producing. And do they gotTA deal probably right? Yeah so they. They kept the bride the bridge for the production line and Airbus kind of ideal on that so if the planes are cheap enough you can park them for some days and not worry about things. If the players aren't that cheap that business model falls apart and so I don't I mean obviously if this extra is by. Isn't buying new planes 'cause he's talking about seven thirty seven inches and they don't make those anymore. But there's who knows what the planes are going to be there in terms of specifics. What are the costs going to be? And I. I don't know I'm I'm Scott. I'm a little skeptical deaf while there's also the whole thing of you know well. Parking plane costs you some money. It's GonNa cost you more money. If it's not does have enough passenger section break-even yeah two points Set You you talked a little bit about Seattle Banglore and we didn't talk and We didn't actually talk last week because it happened the day after we record the show. Because that's how news typically breaks so the story here is really a wonderful Alaska. I I guess Alaska intends to join one world and as part of that kind of announcement at the same time. American announce that they're GONNA start a Seattle Bangalore on Satell- Heathrow in rekindle the relationship with the LASCO. Yes so it's kind of kissing makeup. Yes what are we even start with this really kissing makeup or we both don't like Delta. Let's team up. That's true that could be more. That American is weak on the West Coast and Alaska very strong on the west coast but has no internet no brought international presence so they clearly could benefit from each other. I'm curious how various. Us regulatory agencies are GONNA view. This one I imagine if they can get it approved in the next couple of months. It'll be fine But right like during the Alaska version merger they had to divest certain code shares in suspension. Things If I remember correctly to get that approved so which I think is actually hurt Alaska. A little bit because their relationship with American was so Torn apart I will say that fine American makes no sense in. Alaska doesn't sell all the tickets on American stock or on American metal. So if you WANNA fly something via Chicago They may not. They may not actually sell it to you. Have to buy through Americanhumane underneath points on Alaska. So I mean this is good. If you want our miles if it goes through I don't understand Seattle London because va flies at twice a day. doesn't virgins dealt also have yet to do. I think if I two yeah so I just don't a lot of lift London Well the eight. One of the beer fights might true true. That's part of that Javy but at the end of the day I think what it is. It's probably driving. Just try to seal business travelers away from delta. Yeah yeah they do. They do have the market there as we as they continue to grow on Seattle and the airport expands to kind of cater to them. A little bit So yeah I mean it's interesting. I I think the one world news from me personally his great. I love it It I hope it actually goes through I'm interested to see what happens with the other partnerships. Actually working on a post about you know would some of the partnerships go away. I don't I don't know that a lot of them would maybe Aer lingus because I- ag and everything but I it hasn't Aer lingus is CEO kind of up front. Said they don't want to join one world and they won't be joining one world that's the current version of the story but again not again but also one world is pretty generous in its rules about letting other relationships exist like Emirates and Qantas rate. And so I think I think Alaska could keep a lot of partnerships Like I I the Singapore when makes a lot of sense now that Singapore flies to Seattle Those those partnerships makes sense to me on American service from Seattle to Singapore. If they do I would be. I imagine they would even try that. They've made a pretty big stink about not being in the ultra-long-haul gave this Bangalore. Fight is an exception. I think in the Bagel or flight. You think Microsoft eating. Its cargo. Do you both like what's driving is it's kind of a random route. Yes and no. I think it's a little bit Microsoft. Someone had some data from Brent Schneider crankier had some data on daily pitas passengers daily each way between the US and Bangor and it was somewhere around a thousand Which is a pretty big number..

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"brent schneider" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Parcast Presents

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"brent schneider" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on KCRW

"And there were also basically right caps are going to go into effect so there's a possibility if your people will be affected as well some good news possibly Erica Smith of the Los Angeles Times thanks thank you Alaska is warming twice as fast as the global average this year is expected to be the warmest on record in anchorage as not hers of Alaska's energy desk reports this is changing residents winter way of life that encourages Kincaid park high school teams have driven hours to compete at an annual cross country skier it's a near wilderness setting packed with news and traversed by thirty miles of ski trails but on this state most of the snow has melted hundreds of racers take turns skiing around a mile long loop of man made snow that surrounded by treacherous sheets of ice Max barbarous line is a senior who placed fourth and he wasn't thrilled about racing on what he called a durable loop it's not the best like going to bed at night thinking like there's not gonna be like snow tomorrow barbarous line in the other racers warmed up not by skiing but by jogging around a field next to the race course this kind of a scene has become increasingly common over the past few years here but by rigorous line says that more people signed up for his high school ski team this winter than he's ever seen when it was first having bad snow years a lot of people would like quit because there will be running a lot now people are just like it's kind of all they know welcome to the new reality for Alaska's largest city which is in the midst of redefining its relationship with the winter across town in the back of a shop called skinny raven sports John Clark is drilling a set of hard and screws into the souls of a pair of sneakers it's a cheap way to get better traction on the icy streets and trails so we get a by the box load thousands of them out on the sales floor for people willing to spend more the store has a dozen models of shoes with built in studs Clark says the store once sold a few hundred pairs a year but icy winters have helped drive up demand will probably sell well over a thousand units of study choose a year so it's an important part of our business the changes have brought other adjustments to daily life in anchorage one elementary school principal has suggested that students wear helmets at recess to keep them safe on an icy playground anchorages street maintenance department recently started using salt along with sand to help clear certain roads and the city council just voted to shorten the season in which encourage drivers are allowed to use studded tires Alaska scientists are now researching how much of a change there's been in what are known as rain on snow events which create ice and then will use that data to predict what may happen in the future but they already know that it's staying warmer later in the fall in taking longer for snow to build up especially in the past five years Brent Brent Schneider is a local climatologist with the international arctic research center I mean my kids are now twelve and fourteen and they talk about what used to be like rich Nader is an avid winter hiker and he says that he and other anchorage residents relish their snowy winters it's kind of a badge of honor that we experienced this we get through we indoor at but we also embraces if the warmer I see your trend continues press Schneider.

"brent schneider" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on KCRW

"Anchorage one elementary school principal has suggested that students wear helmets at recess to keep them safe on and I see playground anchorages street maintenance department recently started using salt along with Sam to help clear certain roads and the city council just voted to shorten the season in which encourage drivers are allowed to use studded tires Alaska scientists are now researching how much of a change there's been in what are known as rain on snow events which create ice and then will use that data to predict what may happen in the future but they already know that it's staying warmer later in the fall in taking longer for snow to build up especially in the past five years Brent Brent Schneider is a local climatologist with the international arctic research center I mean my kids are now twelve and fourteen and they talk about what used to be like rich later is an avid winter hiker and he says that he and other anchorage residents relish their snowy winters it's kind of a badge of honor that we experienced this we get through we indoor at but we also embraces if the warmer I see your trend continues press Schneider says the city risks losing a core piece of its identity for NPR news I'm not hers in anchorage we appreciate you listening this morning on your public radio station you can find all of us who oppose this program on Twitter I'm at NPR green no well is at no well king Rachel Martin is that Rachel NPR Steve Inskeep is at NPR in ski but we are just the host there's an entire team of colleagues who do the real work here getting this show on the air you can find all of them if you go to NPR dot org go over to the morning edition page click on staff and meet all of our colleagues you can follow.

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"brent schneider" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In anchorage one elementary school principal has suggested that students wear helmets at recess to keep them safe on and I see playground anchorages street maintenance department recently started using salt along with sand to help clear certain roads and the city council just voted to shorten the season in which encourage drivers are allowed to use studded tires Alaska scientists are now researching how much of a change there's been in what are known as rain on snow events which create ice and then will use that data to predict what may happen in the future but they already know that it's staying warmer later in the fall in taking longer for snow to build up especially in the past five years Brent Brent Schneider is a local climatologist with the international arctic research center I mean my kids are are now twelve and fourteen and they talk about what used to be like rich writer is an avid winter hiker and he says that he and other anchorage residents relish their snowy winters it's kind of a badge of honor that we experienced this we get through we indoor at but we also embraces if the warmer I see your trend continues press Schneider says the city risks losing a core piece of its identity for NPR news I'm not hers in anchorage we appreciate you listening this morning on your public radio station you can find all of us who oppose this program on Twitter I'm at NPR green no well is at no well King Richard Martin is that Rachel NPR Steve Inskeep is at NPR in ski but we are just the host there's an entire team of colleagues who do the real work here getting this show on the air and you can find all of them if you go to NPR dot org go over to the morning edition page click on staff and meet all of our colleagues you can follow a lot of them on Twitter at their tweeting things that a lot more fun interesting and I am this is NPR news.

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"brent schneider" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Thanks again for tuning into unsolved murders. We'll be back next Tuesday with part. Two of the Saint Valentine's Day Day massacre you can find all episodes of unsolved murders and all other park cast originals for free on spotify spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like unsolved murders for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream unsolved murders on spotify. Just open the APP tap. Browse and type unsolved murders in the search bar bar several of you have asked how to help us if you enjoy the show. The best way to help is to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook good instagram at park cast and twitter at par. CAST network will all be back next week to finish up this investigation. Thanks for listening thing. We'll see you next time yeah. If we lived till makes time unsolved murders true crime stories was created by Max Cutler undeveloped by Ron Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network it is produced by Maxon Ron Cutler with sound design by Michael Michael Lansner production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Paul Moller additional production assistance by Maggie admire and Freddie Beckley. This episode of unsolved unsolved murders was written by Giles Hav Seth and stars how hard it Kate Leonard Wendy Mackenzie Encarta Roy the amazing cast voice actors actors includes Mike Kaposi Sky King Steve Pinto and Brent Schneider.

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"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

"Thanks again for tuning into mythology. We'll be back Tuesday with a new episode for more information nation on a Nancy amongst the many sources we used we found the Akon trickster cycle myth or folk tale by Quessy Janka extremely helpful fool to our research. You can find more episodes of mythology and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite the music but now spotify making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like mythology for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker two stream mythology on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type mythology in the search bar. If you enjoy mythology you'll love my other podcast tales tales presents fairy tales the way they were originally told orally and unadulterated traditional fairy tales are right exactly suitable for children and every other Saturday we dive into another and dark classic tale several of you have asked how to help mythology. If you enjoy the show the best way to help us to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast our cast network. We'll be back next week with another epic tale. A mythology was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network it is produced by Max and Ron Cutler sound designed by Michael Lang's ner with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Paul Muller Maggie Maggie Admire and Freddie Beckley. This episode of mythology was written by Greg Castro. The amazing cast voice actors includes Mike Kaposi Sky a King Samantha more Steve Pinto and Brent Schneider. I'm Vanessa Richardson as promised. Here's Today's episode of Scorpio Today. If you like what you hear find Scorpio today along with the rest of the astrological signs for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts simply go to the search bar and type in the name of your sign and the word today for example aries today Gemini today or Capricorn Today Good Morning Scorpio today's Tuesday September tenth two thousand nineteen. The Sun is at seventeen degrees virgo opposing neptune at seventeen degrees. He's Pisces everything will be pulling itself out of balance today and you might feel equally rocky remember. That bump in the road does not mean a catastrophe ahead. The bad comes with a good better. Times are just around the corner. This is Scorpio today a podcast original. Let's begin your day. Neptune is at the farthest reaches of our solar system and today Neptune up tune in the sun or pulling the other planets apart emotions will run high and others may try to make your day more complicated than it needs to be. Try to stay focused and take none of the negativity personally now take a moment to reflect on your relationships chips this friction between the sun in Neptune could cause friction in your relationships. Too plans might get cancelled last minute in it so be prepared for a letdown again. Try not to take it personally. Everyone is in their own heads today and will need your understanding. Perhaps today is a good day to avoid Pisces whose emotional heart will be extra sensitive. If something arises between the two of you understand. You've likely done nothing wrong but let them know you're willing to chat and work through it. Consider the work you you do and your career. The letdowns may keep on coming group projects breakdown today. It might not be a productive work day so keep your head down and try to lay low others can get frustrated. You can get ahead. I'll be back tomorrow with the days horoscope until then cherish your intensity your passion and your ideals feels as they guide your wild heart to learn more about your horoscope visit California psychics and connect today Scorpio. Today is a podcast original..

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"brent schneider" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. We welcome you back yeah. We are live in nashville on a friday afternoon and it has been an exciting day so far but it's we're about to turn the heat up even though we don't don't really need to. It's warm enough here on campus. Our next guest is brent schneider. He was the <hes> o-7 rookie of the year. It just seems like yesterday nine career wins including remember last ashir wyndham <hes> he shot that incredible. It was the opening round the second round we talk to you. It's been a member of the ryder cup coming just ending a really nice year. We're on tour and brand all the compliments. I do remember being with you here. Two years ago. I was standing up on top of the building making a prediction. You're down on the set. You pick alabama to go down. I picked alabama to win. I think obama won by you are fans. I'm a homer expect me to be a fan. I grew up going game when i was six years old. Being alumni excited about having you guys here feels like a bigger bigger venue when when you got show up so we're ready to shout great opening game. It's gonna be tough. Fans excited about it. I was just asking 'cause every every piece of equipment. I have here from an ipad. The iphone has a has already melted down to the. I can't keep up with anything and i was asking him and you know. I've seen golfers on tour. Keep phones in your bag and i asked you. I'm gonna ask you for the audience during around do you. I'm sure you're not checking social media but what do you what do you check on your phone. You know if i'm playing bad on on saturday sunday always pull out and check out the football scores kind of an inside joke onto or most guys you'll see for playing early on saturday and sunday football's going on. We're looking at where schools are doing ruin especially all gaza s._e._c. You're always looking. There's a bunch of georgia guys onto or so. We're always actually a bunch of guys coming in town this weekend for the game so football is kind of a kindred spirit right here in the south and we love it. It's like it's the most important thing in our world. It is the most i i wondered about that 'cause certainly every school. Ah justin thomas went d- alabama duffner auburn but but all of a sudden it just seems like one georgia golfer after another what's going on there i mean. I wish i could say it's fun. Having that many georgia they're insanely doctrines about georgia bill but actually a great guys. It's fun to see all these different guys coming out onto or these guys you mentioned justin thomas huge alabama fan so it's it's been nice especially the baseball when a national championship this year vanderbilt so i'm able what kind of give those guys some hard times full lean here over the last fifteen or twenty years i was <hes> we were here a couple of months ago willie geist and we went to new york to go to finishes. It's a it's a little docu not documentary. He's still air right after our show and i mean i've always thought you're borderline obnoxious but willie geist it flat out over the top he is i mean i got to meet in this year. We went to the last year with the.

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"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

"Tuning into mythology. We'll be back tuesday with the final episode of the story of odysseus. If you enjoy mythology you'll love my other podcast tales tails presents fairy tales the way they were originally told orally and unadulterated traditional fairytales aren't exactly suitable for children and and every other saturday we dive into another dark classic tale you can find more episodes of mythology and all other podcast originals for free riyan spotify not only spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you. Enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals regionals like mythology for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream mythology on spotify. Just open the app tap browse and type mythology in the search bar and over get to follow us on facebook and instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. We'll be back next week with another epic tale. Mythology was created by max cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network. It is produced adduced by max and ron cutler sound design by michael langner with production assistance by ron shapiro and paul moller additional production assistance by maggie admire fire freddie beckley. This episode of mythology was written by colin mcglaughlin. The amazing cast of voice actors includes rebecca errands diamond jerry courtney austin heston mosier money bremen brent schneider and jacksonville rough. I'm vanessa richardson the as promised here's today's episode of the podcast original today in true crime to hear all new episodes every day. Hey follow today and true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts..

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"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

"Tuning into mythology. We'll be back tuesday with the final episode of the story of odysseus. If you enjoy mythology you'll love my other podcast tales tails presents fairy tales the way they were originally told orally and unadulterated traditional fairytales aren't exactly suitable for children and and every other saturday we dive into another dark classic tale you can find more episodes of mythology and all other podcast originals for free riyan spotify not only spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you. Enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals regionals like mythology for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream mythology on spotify. Just open the app tap browse and type mythology in the search bar and over get to follow us on facebook and instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. We'll be back next week with another epic tale. Mythology was created by max cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network. It is produced adduced by max and ron cutler sound design by michael langner with production assistance by ron shapiro and paul moller additional production assistance by maggie admire fire freddie beckley. This episode of mythology was written by colin mcglaughlin. The amazing cast of voice actors includes rebecca errands diamond jerry courtney austin heston mosier money bremen brent schneider and jacksonville rough. I'm vanessa richardson the as promised here's today's episode of the podcast original today in true crime to hear all new episodes every day. Hey follow today and true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts..

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"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

"For tuning into mythology. We'll be back Tuesday with part two of the AMAZONS. If you enjoy mythology you'll love my other podcast tales tales presents fairytales the way they were originally told orally and unadulterated traditional fairytales aren't exactly suitable for Children Brin and every other Saturday we dive into another dark classic tale you can find tales more episodes of mythology and all of our casts other shows on spotify and wherever else you listen to podcasts several all of you have asked how to help mythology if you enjoy the show the best way to help is to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. We'll be back next week with another epic tale. Mythology was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network it is produced by Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Michael Lang's Ner with Production Assistance Veyron Shapiro and Paul molitor additional production assistance by Maggie admire and Freddie Beckley. This episode of mythology was written by Alex Garland the amazing cast of voice actors includes Susanna Corinthian Jerry Courtney the Austin Harris Markson Samantha More Brent Schneider and Dan Velazquez. I'm Vanessa Richardson. Don't forget to check out the podcast original all survival and their coverage on Hurricane Camille the second most powerful storm to ever hit the United States at that time plus. You can check out other episodes of podcasts summer of sixty nine event. Extraterrestrial recounts the Apollo..

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"brent schneider" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Q to the zoo, sixteen minutes. Two minute delay there, southbound forty three Brown deer road to the Marquette. That's still looking pretty good at ten and the northbound bypass back to a five minute ride with traffic and weather together on the tens, I'm Debbie Lazaga. WTMJ Palo W. I dot com timesaver traffic. Quality, the partly cloudy, today's I fifty five partly cloudy tonight, a low of forty two it's forty three degrees in Milwaukee seven o'clock at WTMJ from the WTMJ breaking news center mourners prepared who line the streets this afternoon in Appleton WTMJ's, Mike Spaulding is live in the breaking news center with more edgy Melby honoring the life and career of Appleton firefighter Mitchell on guard he was shot. And killed in the line of duty last Wednesday. The Appleton fire department asking for the public support during two funeral processions today. The first will have one guards body transported from Brent Schneider, funeral chapel to Appleton alliance church that'll happen around one o'clock with three until six public visitation will be held before a private funeral service on guards body, then be transported back to the funeral home around seven thirty tonight, the fire department and police department asking for the public's support during both those processions a root for today's processions can be found now at WTMJ dot com. An alarming number of overdoses recorded in the city of Kenosha between April twentieth and may ninth the city says it recorded Twenty-three overdoses one of them resulting in death Canosa county, medical examiner, Patrice hall crediting their officers use of Narcan person overdosing, our second counts to pick them help to get dark hand the number of deaths year to year as a result of overdose has gone down in Kenosha county was fifty seven. And twenty seventeen just forty six in twenty eighteen next door massive drug bust in Caledonia, the suspect arrested with eight pounds of marijuana and five hundred VIP cartridges in its home, according to seeing county sheriff's deputies who put the estimated street value of what they took it. Nearly forty five thousand dollars. Sloppy game in Toronto plays plays into the home team's favor as the bucks Paul one eighteen one twelve in game three of the Eastern Conference finals, a dismal shooting night for bucks starters combined to go nineteen and sixty nine from this field throw in twenty turnovers at eleven miss free throws, and it's a wonder my Buddha nosers team was even able to force one overtime. Much less to we were scrapping from behind the whole game. And we didn't just make enough plays when we needed to Janas posted just twelve points and eight turnovers and fouled out early in the second OT when somebody is committed to get the ball out of his hands. We feel great about the shooting around him and the players around him, and hopefully we can make teams pay and we were right on the cusp but winning a game. When we didn't play that. Well, George hill led the bus with twenty four off the bench. Malcolm, brought at a twenty with the bucks in Toronto. Greg Mazzi WTMJ sports for the two one series lead game forts. Well played tomorrow night in Toronto game five in Milwaukee on Thursday. A tough loss for the bucks last night. Still stings for some fence. His John McCain reports from Toronto for one young bucks. Baecker it was a medical.

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"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Mythology

"Thanks again for tuning into mythology. We'll be back Tuesday with a new episode if you enjoy mythology you'll love my other podcast tales tales presents fairy tales the way they were originally told orally and unadulterated traditional fairy tales aren't exactly suitable for children and every other Saturday, we dive into another dark classic tale. You can find tales more episodes of mythology and all of park casts. Other podcasts on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher, Google play or your favorite podcast directory. Several of you who've asked how to help mythology if you enjoy the show the best way to help is to leave a five star review. And don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network. We'll be back next week with another epic tale. Mythology was created. By max Cutler is a production of Cutler media and is part of the park cast network. It is produced by max and Ron Cutler sound design by Michael Lang's ner with production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Paul Moller additional production assistance by Maggie admire Carly Madden. And Freddie, Beckley mythology is written by Michael c Rogers. The amazing cast of voice actors includes by medical order, Rebecca, errands diamond, Jerry, Courtney Austin, Heston, mosier semi ni- Meni, Raymond and Brent Schneider. I'm Vanessa Richardson. Don't forget to listen to espionage. You'll experience the danger of a historic spy mission and the unexpected challenges of maintaining a covert and completely illegal lifestyle. Be sure to search for unsubscribe to espionage wherever you listen to podcasts, and please don't forget to rate and review.

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"brent schneider" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I would assume that you would say like this didn't work. Yeah. Well, the whole Senate thing, right? I might rethink any electoral college, for instance. Right. But I also think that there are huge chunks that are saving us right now. So, you know, I do think that the first amendment guarantee of free speech internally I think he's hearing this from his own people from his office of legal counsel. But I do believe that even this supreme court is bad as it is. I if he were to try to carry out, you know, his change to the liable laws his desire to I guess prosecute Saturday Night Live for its liable of this his greatness that, you know, those basic protections of of freedom and liberty. I think you know, certainly are there in the document, and I think would operate in the way that they're supposed to and I think that's true. Despite what happened the travel ban case of religious freedom and equal protection to and more than that to the structure, you know, as much as I think that there is a problem with with the electoral college. The the the idea that there are Coequal branches. I think is also a thing that when you have a demagogue like this who succeeded in being elected starts to kick in. So, you know, thankfully, we now have at least one half that the house of representatives has gone into the hands of much more same people, and they'll have investigatory power. They'll have you know, the ability to look into many of the questions that we're talking about in the way that that no one has before I don't know that they'll succeed in removing the president, you know, through the impeachment process, but it is a check and all those things are by design. They're all I think about the possibility that you know, they wanted to get away certainly from the weakness of the articles of confederation. But the framing document was also about the worry that we would have demagogue comes to power, and that the thing is designed to protect liberty and to protect the rule of law from such a person, and you know, I'm glad about because we we really are in a situation where where we need it right now. Now, Corey Brent Schneider. The book is the oath and the office guide to the constitution for future presidents. Thanks so much for your time today. I really appreciate it. Thanks Sam really happy to do your show. Goes. Get sue Wong. I'm good kid. Got. That always. Option. Will you too? Breaks. Switcher? Takes.

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"brent schneider" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Org. Joining us now is Corey Brent Schneider who is a professor of political science at Brown University where he teaches constitutional law and politics as well as a visiting professor Lord Fordham law school, he's the author of the new book just out the oath and the officer guide to the constitution for future presents. Welcome to background briefing. Corey Brett Schneider. Thank you for having me. And you'll book in many ways is really about. How presidents should know and understand the constitution. What's your sense of whether the current occupant of the office knows and understands the constitution. Not surprisingly the book was motivated in large part by some of the outrageous proposals that Donald Trump had made during the campaign, for instance, the threat made good to try to shut down the Muslim immigration the threat to torture. The families of suspected terrorists not that's not just the suspected terrorists themselves the threat to change the liable laws, although sort of amounted to me, they're not just individual proposals to violate the constitution. But a sense that this president partly didn't know anything about the document, and the basic rights that it guarantees, but also had a disposition really to see the constitution is or the rule of law more generally as as like real estate law something to get around that lawyers could take care of and not a big deal. And so they outrage about that. Let me originally I wanted to I did write an article called Trump versus the constitution. But I wanted to write a book that was more timeless, and that focused on the, of course, the violations that are going on. But the bigger picture of how we we keep this from happening in the future. And how we could also stop a president who disregards. The book really does delve into the constitution itself, and the intentions of those that wrote it, and of course, last week, we saw the cavenaugh hearings, and he's considered an originalist, and that seems to be a kind of guiding light originalism for the federalist society judges of one so I guess in terms of originalism, I don't imagine that the founding fathers in setting up the separation of powers with the judiciary the legislative branch and the executive branch. Did they foresee a situation where we would have a very reckless and perhaps even dangerous executive totally supine and enabling a legislative branch. Yes, I think they did. I mean, they called such a person to demagogue, and there are frequent references to that idea that a president might come who. Doesn't know anything about the rule of law. Doesn't care anything about it. And might just cater to the whims. And prejudices really the most Basic Instinct of of the electorate and the way that they dealt with. It was partly in article two in the requirement and the first seconds of office that a president taken off and what the oath is preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States to subsume oneself. In other words, underneath the constitution. And to understand. I mean, the point of making the president say that is to get the president from the second. They are in office to recognize that they can't do anything. They want that. There are limited in all sorts of ways by the regional constitution. And now, I think we rightly say by the Bill of rights as well. So you know, view the so called originalist view. I should say that that is a description of it. But certainly having on his beliefs when it comes to his extreme, or as I've called them in politico, radical views of executive power are. Really at odds with certainly what the framers thought they were doing with the document itself. And then I say to I'm critical of a kind of account of originalism that disregards the broad values of the constitution. So I think all the dimensions that matter. And then I would add another thing, of course, which is the case law that's developed over time to elaborate these protections, including USB Nixon. So so Kavanagh's skepticism of USB Nixon or certainly his limiting of that case that it would never apply again to me is is directly at odds with what the framers were all about what the constitution guarantees. Well, but it's one thing to take another thing. Another thing to follow another thin, right? Kevin is case it's pretty clear at least to me that the president chose him simply because he wanted to expand residential POWs. Yes. And didn't feel that the president could be subpoenaed. And which is something that's. Happen with the Muller inquiry. So at a time when we have a president who is somewhat recklessly and dangerously exercising executive authority, the idea that the swing vote the next swing out on the court would give this man more power to many, including myself is a frightening prospect. Yeah, I mean, one of the, you know, the book begins with this highest of the of the duty of a president to preserve, protect and defend the constitution. Not just not violated. But go beyond that. But the last third of the book is what do you do with the president who disregard the oath? How do you stop one and one of the most important places, I think is the courts and you see this with the special prosecutor in the Muller investigation. And you know, we have to be clearer what our resources are and one is this terrific case USB, Nixon exactly as you said about the entitlement of a special prosecutor the same system that we have now to subpoena president and to require information. Criminal trial Cavanaugh in his disregard of that case and his dismissal of it and his really oscillation of us. I mean at one point he's for very limited presidential power when he's prosecuting president with Ken Starr, and then he's working for Republican president and wants the grand is presidential power. You know, really is disregarding to me one of the fundamental checks that ensure that the president is is not above the law and really showing a lack to of the kind of judicial independence that we need from the judiciary. I mean that that case that I keep coming back to was eight zero eight justices unanimously said we're not gonna let Nixon basically get away with us. So part of the book is not just about subpoena power. But I go beyond that, many people many scholars say that the president can't be indicted well in office, and it's true that Alexander Hamilton probably have that view. We thought impeachment should come first. But I say the idea that the president is not above the law. Opposite of what Nixon said when he said when the president does it it's. Not illegal that demands that we that a special prosecutor not only be able to subpoena. But also indict a president who was committed crimes and cavenaugh seems to have been picked exactly as you say to undermine that possibility. And again, I'm speaking with Corey Brad Schneider, who's a professor political science at Brown University way teaches constitutional law and politics as well as visiting professor of law at Fordham law school. He's the author of the new book just out the oath and the office a guide to the constitution for future presidents and in your chapter on article two and the limited presidency you begin with right from Harry Truman when you get to be president. There are all those things the honors the twenty one gun salutes. You have to remember it isn't for you. It's for the presidency, and we know that the current president as a outside Daego and just last week at the UN he showed it to the world. Where he basically praised himself of being the greatest president accomplishing more until years than any prior president. And of course, that was greeted with derisive laughter from the world body. But what was so extraordinary about Harry Truman, and I and I wonder whether necessarily nothing he could blame specific on Trump. But the idea that Harry Truman when he's term was over packed up the family car at the White House and him, and he's wife and his daughter drive all the way back in the family car from sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue to Independence, Missouri. What world we have in terms of the accretion of kind of royalty? When it comes to our president's. Yes. I mean, I think that that symbol is so important and really goes back to the original idea of the limited presidency and the respect for the office that the president is supposed to have. And of course, for the boss of the president the American people and the respect for the rule of law. And I to me you get it in that moment that you so nicely described. You also get it in Washington's in the second inaugural address his second inaugural. And of course, the second ever where he says, look, I just took the oath of office. It's a hundred and thirty five worth the shortest ever given. I just took the oath of office requires me to preserve, protect and defend the constitution. But if I fail to do it sort of acknowledging with humility that the person is not the office if I failed. Do it. A brave me criticize me and subject me. Constitutional punishment. And I think what he's doing. There is he's speaking to the small crowd assembled there mostly members of congress. But he's also speaking to the American people as a whole talking to us now about art duty to know, the constitution understand its limits in the book is really written, of course, or read your presidents, but more specifically for all of us to understand. What those limits are and demand of an arrogant king like president, or at least who has the ambition to see himself as Royal this isn't the idea and what he's doing is in direct violation of of the oath itself and not just that the entire structure of the constitution, which is a rejection of royalty. So the former founding father who has now has a Broadway show named after him. It's my understanding that he was the one of the founding father to with most concerned about the kind of passions of the mob and the idea that we could have a populist as we do now with. President trump. So where are you taking about how McCain? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. You have it right? I think that he certainly had an idea of someone that's on presidential power. And as I said stress the importance of impeachment in the book, I'm more of a Madison person, they cooperated, and they wrote the federalist papers together, and they certainly agreed about the need for a constitution. But they disagreed for instance, about some important things, and it's Madison that tended to stress the more limited presidency. So in the War Powers, for instance. I think Hamilton might have been not as aggressive as current presence, but more aggressive than than Madison. And I guess there was just a kind of deeper skepticism of the power of the president now in in practice. I think too it was Hamilton that stress. I don't know if it was more dismissive, I think maybe then Madison of limits on presidential power. But compared to where we are. Now, they were both your so I wouldn't wanna be dismissive of him. But I think if. Was a hero of the bucket. It's probably not Hamilton. It's more Madison. Well, I what I was going to get at though, this may be wrong with my American history. But my understanding is that a part of the idea of having the electoral college was a check on the passions of the mob. And yes, yes, that's right. So that's what I'm getting at..

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"brent schneider" Discussed on Blamestorming

Blamestorming

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on Blamestorming

"Welcome to blame storm in the blames to win in a post true fold. This plenty of blame to go around. Plenty of blame to go around. We're going to your plane to join Dave Cyrus a Smith as they blamed still blame store as they've blamed storm about today's hot topics. Hey, guys. I'm Dave Cyrus with me as always is Marissa Smith, hey guys, our guest today are David Feldman, Hello? And Tom Goss low how we doing everybody. Now, Tom, Tom here, Tom is in town for the the old skank fest. Yeah, in excited to do some. You can do stand up at the skunk fast. You're gonna roast battle. You got a whole thing lined up, right? Doing a live podcast. And yeah. Now, David Feldman is also a an accomplished roast battler. Yeah, he's, he's Owen too. But he lost his laws as our two to Pat Dixon and Kurt Metzger. Oh, and I got robbed. Yeah, and I had to write basically all his jokes. You're right, the day of because he didn't write any. So I feel like those aren't as bed losses as we should. We should think of them releases. I'm going to frame them. Gang fest. It's yeah, it's the the, the leisured est gangs guys. They run a festival and they asked us to do a podcast. They're very popular podcast, legitimate gangs. And yeah, they do this yearly festival where they do roast battles. There's naked roasting going on James Ponta Ila who's been on this show is going to be naked. Roasting Keith, Kerry was my co host and my roommate, yes. On the mean boys podcast, that's of course Tom's very much more popular than us podcast. The mean boys. Well, we just we just speak more truth to power on my show. The Dame like mean poor now, and David also has the David Feldman show, which is a very long running. Very popular podcast. How many, how many long running you're talking about each episode? Yes, it's a four hour fucking show. It goes on forever. All this. Isn't that exhausting to to do? No, no. I'm a very sick man. He does it twice a week. Wow. It's it gets to be four. Well, he gets like one hour interviews per person. Then he gets any. I mean, you've had you've had some big people on it. Dave Cyrus? Yes, you have appetite. Oh yeah, you have Howie Klein. We talked about Corey, Brent Schneider? Yeah. The big stars like that. I sometimes have really big names. Are you? Do you get like chip Howie, Mandel recently? No. But does that had like art and short and Roberts smile, Robin Williams, Bob sagging. Nathan lane, Andrea Martin? Yeah, that's how I've had some big big now. I I know. know people you have a very high profile shot. Do you? Do you have off the top your at how many reviews you have on? I tunes because it's probably a lot. I think I've looked. It's definitely several hundred and Tom show actually was able to get a lot of items reviews because they do they, they we, we offered a hurt ourselves if you leave enough, that's most really. It's really worked. It's really helped them. I mean, really? Yeah, Dave. What are you gonna do to yourself. I mean, no dudes at Tom. I feel like doing this show is the sacrifice alone. But yeah, Tom. Now you guys have you, you haven't been hurt for reviews yet. Right. It was mostly no. The not for reviews. No. I mean what I say her for reviews, one of my co host Connor MC spat and had never had soup before, and he threw a giant one of his ex's trying to make make soup. And it turned a huge fight and we made fun of him in basically he agreed only hit four hundred reviews. He'd eat soup and a live show. We were at like a hundred and immediately everyone left review to see him eat cream of broccoli, soup in Chicago, EMMY hated it. They hated it through a huge fit about it. It is, you know? So that's, you know, learning soup phobic. He he eats applesauce peanut butter sandwiches pizza end of list. Yeah, much it. You'll throw on a gram. Cracker was feeling naughty..

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"brent schneider" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"brent schneider" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hear a preview of the arguments and what's at stake plus political risk analyst in bremmer talks about the rise of anti democratic populist around the world that's all coming up on the brian lehrer show about starts ten this morning right here on wnyc do expect rain today we could see thunderstorm as well with near steady temperatures around fifty six degrees fifty six degrees right now in new york this is paul henley with newshour from the bbc world service the us travel ban on citizens of seven countries there was a key part of president trump's election campaign finally undergoes a crucial test today in america supreme court the latest version of the controversial ban excludes about one hundred and fifty million people from iran syria yemen libya somalia and north korea as well as officials from venezuela and the case is being called an historic test of presidential power orel arguments happening today with the judgment expected by the end of june the future of the band depends on how the court answers to questions whether it exceeds the president's authority over immigration matters and whether it violates the constitution by favoring one religion over another by targeting muslim majority nations on the campaign trail then candidate trump was clear about his desire to implement a ban donald j trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until countries representatives can figure out what the hell is going on and in june twenty seventeen as president he tweeted that's right we need a travel ban for certain dangerous countries not some politically correct term that won't help us protect our people close quotes corey brent schneider is a professor of political science at brown university and a visiting professor lord fordham both universities in the us he helped write one of the many socalled amicus brief submitted to the court in support of the challenge to the ban we caught up with him in dc before he set off for the hearing now.

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