17 Burst results for "Brett Smith"

"brett smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 4 months ago

"brett smith" Discussed on WTOP

"A breaking point at a school board meeting in the Virginia community where a teacher was shot by her first grade student. The three hour meeting last night was dedicated solely to public comment, Newport News teachers and parents say students who assaulted classmates and staff were routinely allowed to stay in class with few consequences. They say the shooting of 25 year old teacher Abby's Werner by 6 year old child inside richneck elementary could have been prevented. We as parents and teachers are only asking for our elected officials to clean up their own backyard. Yet this is a national problem, and as it has grown, there has been no growth within our own system. Board members, you have lost your way, and you have lost our confidence. That's parent Colleen wrote speaking at the meeting. As Werner was seriously hurt in the shooting and his progressing in her recovery. If you drive near any school in Arlington, you may soon have to slow down to 20 miles an hour. This Saturday, the county board will consider a rule to put in slow zones around every school. There are currently zones around 13 of Arlington county schools, Arlington appears to have ended the past year with fewer severe injury crashes than the year before, but unfortunately the same number of fatalities each of those years for people dying in 2020 and 2021. A huge donation from the founder of FedEx is expected to change the lives of thousands of military kids. It'll cover the cost of a post high school education from college to technical school. Brett Smith is also a marine vet donated $65 million to the Marine Corps scholarship foundation. Junior to provide need based conflict with the children marines for a long time to come. Retired colonel Harold van opdorp of the foundation says the donation will also create the brown hudner navy scholarship foundation. Doctor brown is the first African naval aviator. He is paired with Tom Houghton, and they become a pair of the most celebrating wingman in the service of naval aviation. That mayor bay scholarship will go to children of sailors who are interested in stem fields, applications for marine scholarships are open now and close on March 1st. Luke Luger WTO. As egg prices skyrocket across the country one service is allowing people to rent chickens. That way you can produce your own eggs at home. The service is called rent the chicken and it's exactly what it sounds like. Americans can purchase a

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"brett smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:35 min | 6 months ago

"brett smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Offer to make Call of Duty available to some of its rivals as part of a $69 billion Activision deal. President Brett Smith also told us that he still expects the deal to go through next year. At the end of the day, these are decisions are made under laws. Not just under people. And the laws, whether you're talking about the United States or the United Kingdom of the European Union are very clear. It's all about whether an acquisition will promote competition. And in our view, we're competing with Sony, Microsoft Xbox, if you put it head to head with Sony PlayStation, they have 70%. We have 30%. We're the small entrant. They have 286 exclusive titles. We have 59. We need some more first party games in order to be a healthier and stronger competitor. And we need to do it. Of course, in a way that doesn't impede competition along the way. All of these concerns have basically focused on one title, a great title, a game Call of Duty, but we've said, we're prepared to commit contractually, we're prepared to commit under a consent decree or an undertaking, that that will be available for Sony on comparable terms to Xbox for the next decade. So I look at this and say, this will be good for competition and we have a solution to the one problem that seems to bother people the most. And my only real complaint or concern, if you will, about where we are in Washington, D.C., is that we had the Federal Trade Commission vote to block this without giving us even a single meeting at which to sit down with the FTC staff and talk about the consent decree proposal and solution we had put on the table. I don't think that is appropriate. I don't think that's right. I don't think we should have governments rejecting potential solutions without at least first having a real conversation about them. That's not a recipe that will advance competition. So what happens next then? Well, we have a process in Washington, D.C., and it's called lawyers get to go argue before a judge. Under the law, an administrative law judge, and this still goes forward in other countries. It has a long ways to go. We'll see, look, nobody ever has a crystal ball in which you can predict the future with a 100% certainty, but when I look at what this acquisition will bring, I think it will bring good things to the marketplace. It will definitely be good in our view for people who develop games, consumers who play games, that's, after all, the real focus of what competition law is all about. Anticipating the deal to go through in 2023 or what we have a period of time we originally said when we announced this in January of this year 2022 that we were looking at it in 2023 and that's still the way we look at it. It's the Microsoft president Brett Smith speaking to Bloomberg early, what I will say is Call of Duty is so fiercely competitive and every time I've tried it, I've been chased out of some of the game rooms. Let's switch to the Middle East markets now for a moment and get to our equities reporter. Probably doesn't play Call of Duty for a thank you for stopping by for the second hour. I want to turn to Saudi stocks, which has been front and center of a lot of our discussions this week. You've been taking a look under the index. What have you seen in terms of trends? Well, over the past couple of days, there have just been widespread gains use of some of the smaller stocks gaining as much as 10% banks gaining as much as 7% and you really look at what's happening with the index. It's been an oversold levels for quite a while. And that's not just unusual for Saudi Arabia, but the retail traders particularly, they really analyze the technical parts of the market very thoroughly and that's what we kind of saw just some dip buying in Saudi Arabia. We were just discussing valuations with Hassan and they're cheaper than they have been over the past decade. They're at the lowest since March 2020 and when the pandemic had started. And there was all of this uncertainty. So perhaps there was just a little bit of dip buying there. We'll see if that's enough to lift it to that from its slump this year, the worst years since 2015. And then a potential deal involving the publicly listed is really firm Phoenix group and some other party from the UAE, correct? Yes, absolutely. There's a theme of funds led by 80 Q, looking to buy an $855 million steak. This is one of the biggest deals that we've seen at least that was publicly disclosed since the UE and Israel normalized relations to years ago. Phoenix is a financial services company and the stock actually fell after this news, but perhaps just because the terms of the deal wasn't publicly disclosed. And it's actually not yet completed. So 30% stakes are not the whole company and we'll see whether this means that more you E funds will be dipping their toes into the Israeli market. We're tipping our tools closer to the final as well in Qatar. It hasn't helped Qatari stocks. That's for sure. No, it has not youssef. Well, if we're just looking at the performance, the ever since the World Cup started, Qatari stocks erased gains, they are actually deep in a bear market at the moment. Well, that's not to say that the World Cup has necessarily caused that, but the lead up to the World Cup was so anticipated that there could be just some profit taking on one front, but on the other front, there's just so much uncertainty with gas demand at the moment, especially with China being the key question as well as everything happening with Russia and its supplies. So that's caused a little bit of an overhang for Qatari stocks, and we'll see whether that clears up. There are a lot of market participants that are bullish on the index on the long term, so perhaps this is just a near term div. But great to see you. Thank you for that. That's a thought about all the way there. I want to turn back to something we mentioned in the last hour and that was an earthquake in Taiwan. 5.7 on the Richter scale. Now we understand that there has yet to be any report of casualties or damage. And the market has taken this so far and bear in mind that the Taiwan stock market is currently closed, but this is where we closed at to surround the flat line and also no significant movement of note on the currency side either. Much more ahead. This is Bloomberg

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"brett smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"brett smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm going to be out on the road a lot making the case around the country with my colleagues who have for reelection and others making the case of what we did do and what we want to do What we need to do the president does that visiting Pittsburgh Pennsylvania the state has open races for governor and the U.S. Senate which means this visit bears directly on Biden's presidency The Senate race is one of many that will decide if Biden's party controls the Senate after 2022 The governors raised determines who was in charge of that state during the presidential voting of 2024 NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith will be traveling with the president today hey there Tam Good morning What's the president's plan Well he is following in a long line of presidents who facing some difficulty with Congress head out into the country And he of course like so many presidents gets a lot of energy from just talking to regular people outside of the beltway So he's going to talk about this incredibly fast economic growth new numbers came out yesterday about 2021 And the bipartisan infrastructure law that Congress passed And he's going to talk about things he's doing to revitalize American manufacturing and deal with the supply chain challenges that are feeding inflation and of course those rising prices or something that voters say they care about a lot And it's something that Republicans plan to campaign on in November I spoke with former Republican Senate leadership staffer Brian Walsh about this I think he was correct in recognizing he does need to get out of Washington more at the same time He's politically held hostage to a number of things both domestically and internationally right now that he can only have so much impact on right now Domestically not being able to pass the voting rights legislation or his social safety net built back better legislation And internationally Ukraine And if something goes wrong over there that could completely overtake At this point we're in a midterm election year and President Biden is out there trying to define the choice for voters at least that's what he's beginning to try to do People always notice this sort of thing Some prominent Pennsylvania Democrats who conceivably might have shown up with the president will not be doing that it seems Yeah The Associated Press reported that two top Pennsylvania Democrats had scheduling conflicts which probably wouldn't get much notice at all except that earlier this month President Biden was in Georgia and gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams also had a scheduling conflict It's an optics thing and let's just say optics may only matter to people who provide political commentary and not actually voters especially 9 months before an election Which is the fact we are months away At the same time the president has a big choice to make now a Supreme Court Justice to replace Stephen breyer Indeed and this is good for him in that it is a big change of topic from some of the other challenges he's been having that have disappointed the democratic base This is the kind of thing that can make the base very happy People he needs to turn out in November And this is an opportunity for him to follow through on a campaign pledge and he said yesterday he fully plans to do that to nominate a black woman to the nation's highest court which would be a first Karen Finney is a democratic strategist It's just exciting that the history making opportunity at the same time from a political context It is an opportunity for the president to keep another promise to the American people Biden said yesterday he would name his pick by the end of February and then Senate Democrats plan to move fast Impaired White House correspondent Tamara Keith safe travels to Pittsburgh It's a lovely city Thank you The activation of 5G wireless service over the last week did not result in the widespread flight disruptions that many airlines had feared but it did hurt some regional ones They had to cancel many fights at smaller airports at a time when they're already struggling with severe staffing shortages Here's NPR's David chapper When you're flying at a regional airline you might not even know it You likely book the flight on a carrier like American Delta or united the pilots and flight attendants are dressed in those airlines uniforms and a small planes are called United express or American Eagle But they're actually 17 separate airlines including sky west horizon endeavor and republic among others regional airline association CEO fame malarkey black says they fly as partners to the big carriers They're too large to serve smaller airports that have fewer passengers traveling each day each way So they partner with regional airlines and regional specialized and operating smaller regional aircraft That's the right size to reach those customers that are traveling from smaller and often rural towns Archie black says though they're not as well known regional airlines fly 43% of the nation's departures reaching 94% of the country In fact regionals fly the only commercial air service to two thirds of U.S. airports But they were largely left out of a deal with the FAA and Verizon and AT&T over how to minimize possible 5G interference with some airplane avionics We do have a feeling in a sense that when this deal was cut it was cut in consultation with the bigger users of the system And for that reason it didn't meet our needs So while the FAA now says 90% of commercial aircraft are not susceptible to 5G interference most of the airplanes not yet clear to land at some airports and bad weather are regional jets like the Embraer E one 75 the only commercial jet to fly into and out of pain field north of Seattle It's always sunny in Seattle That's Brett Smith CEO of the company that runs paying field and he's obviously joking No unfortunately this time he rains a lot And we've had our fair share of rain over the past few months Smith says while in the past frequent rain and dense fog might delay some flights and cancel a few it's.

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"brett smith" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"brett smith" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Free trial at constant contact dot com. The activation of 5G wireless service over the last week did not result in the widespread flight disruptions that many airlines had feared, but it did hurt some regional ones. They had to cancel many fights at smaller airports at a time when they're already struggling with severe staffing shortages. Here's NPR's David chapper. When you're flying on a regional airline, you might not even know it. You likely booked the flight on a carrier like American, delta, or united, the pilots and flight attendants are dressed in those airlines uniforms and a small planes are called United express or American Eagle. But they're actually 17 separate airlines, including sky west, horizon endeavor and republic, among others, regional airline association CEO fame malarkey black says they fly as partners to the big carriers. They're too large to serve smaller airports that have fewer passengers traveling each day each way. So they partner with regional airlines and regional specialized and operating smaller, regional aircraft. That's the right size to reach those customers that are traveling from smaller and often rural towns. Archie black says though they're not as well known regional airlines fly 43% of the nation's departures reaching 94% of the country. In fact, regionals fly the only commercial air service to two thirds of U.S. airports. But they were largely left out of a deal with the FAA and Verizon and AT&T over how to minimize possible 5G interference with some airplane avionics. We do have a feeling in a sense that when this deal was cut, it was cut in consultation with the bigger users of the system. And for that reason, it didn't meet our needs. So while the FAA now says 90% of commercial aircraft are not susceptible to 5G interference, most of the airplanes not yet clear to land at some airports and bad weather are regional jets, like the Embraer E one 75. The only commercial jet to fly into and out of pain field north of Seattle. It's always sunny in Seattle. That's Brett Smith, CEO of the company that runs paying field and he's obviously joking. No, unfortunately, this time we hear it rains a lot. And we've had our fair share of rain over the past few months. Smith says, while in the past, frequent rain and dense fog might delay some flights and cancel a few, it's never caused every single flight of his airport to be canceled until this week. All 24 scheduled commercial flights on both Monday and Tuesday were scrapped because the FAA won't allow E one 75s to land there in low visibility. This massively frustrating. This should not have happened. All of the flights canceled at paying field are operated by horizon air, which is owned by and flies exclusively for Alaska airlines. Horizon CEO Joe Sprague says if the FAA doesn't approve regional jets like the one his airline flies soon, even more smaller airports, airlines and travelers will be affected. The activation of 5G towers near airports that took place last week was just the initial wave that AT&T and Verizon are planning. And there are multiple subsequent waves of activations with each one likely to include smaller and smaller communities. The problems with 5G come as regional airlines are losing pilots and other critical staff to the bigger airlines. The regional airline association's fame malarkey black says that's leading major airlines to cut some regional service. When we're dealing with a scarcity and workforce, that is forcing a capacity, retraction. And history tells us that any time the major airlines are forced to retract capacity that the smallest communities get hit first and worse than we're seeing that now with the pilot shortage. The pandemic already forced four regional airlines to go out of business to avoid further disruptions, the regional carriers are asking the FAA and the telecom companies to find a way to keep regional jets flying into small airports. David schaper NPR news. We all have moments where our limits are tested. What I want to talk about is how we define those limits. And what it means to exceed them. I'm Jay Williams. Check out my show the limits where I talk to people who have overcome theirs and achieve the great things in business sports and culture. Listen to their limits from NPR..

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"brett smith" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"brett smith" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Are all slated to release electric vehicle models in the next year or two. Yeah i think that's really. Exciting of buzz has been created lately electric trucks and so if there was an option where attracted make sense. That wasn't gonna cost arbiter leg to sell up. That's that's that would actually get the in a truck were traditionally. I never would have considered it. As countries crackdown on emissions. In order to combat climate change car companies are betting on the future. Being electric investors are also jumping on board wall street and silicon valley dumped twenty eight billion dollars in electric vehicle companies last year. Bogdon eh paranoid directs. The automotive research center at the university of michigan. He says pressure from the biden administration will accelerate the move away from traditional internal combustion engines. The will unlock the innovation strengths. That out of the united states Which is a very strong advantage but to keep up with president biden's goals the car industry will have to revolutionize manufacturing and selling in just eight years but then also challenges challenges in terms of the supply chain challenges in terms of technologies to be developed and challenges in terms of the market acceptance. The biggest challenge involves. What makes these cars go today. Most vs use lithium ion batteries. I'm bank vishwanathan professor of mechanical engineering at carnegie mellon university So i've been working on your mind batteries for a little over a decade now. I says car companies will have to choose between battery trade-offs so for example if the battery has a long range. It's recharge time. We'll probably be long but if a battery charges quickly that means it won't be able to go as far. One of the main. Distinguishing factors for electric cars is going to be the battery which will determine the sticker price along. It'll go and also how safe it'll be under operation and then car companies will have to decide what metals and minerals go into their batteries. Brett smith is with the center. For automotive research. He says companies will need lithium nickel cobalt and copper. But right now there is a very very limited supply of those key materials in the us. China on the other hand has some of the largest lithium reserves in the world and that is a supply chain problem. That's trade problems. That is a lot of different words as we move into this. Then there's the question of safety lithium. Ion batteries have the potential to explode or catch fire. Carnegie mellon van. This one says in their rush to push out electric vehicle models car companies will have to be really careful not to cut safety corners. But i think one of the challenges faced for many of the carmakers that don't have years of fleet data to learn from and so what they have to do is rely on sort of accelerated testing. So where you stress. The battery under sort of extreme conditions and hope that that sort of mimics how they will age real world operation more slowly so we're trying to mimicking a six month as what will happen in eight years. Besides engineering and battery questions consumers also have to think about infrastructure concerns. The demand charging all of these vehicles will put more strain on. Electrical grits says katie tub. She's an energy scholar at the heritage foundation that needs to be planned prepared for amongst electricity generators and public utility commissions tub. Also points out that there will still be environmental tradeoffs to using more electricity. There's a lot of states that rely on natural gas and cool and nuclear for their electricity. That needs to be a consideration for you that you have to consider not just that you're driving electric vehicle but what is behind the plug disposing of car batteries. When the time comes also has downsides for the environment so in the case of batteries Recycling is very energy intensive yields a lot of byproducts some of which are highly flammable and is not necessarily economic tub says when it comes to energy vehicles perfect solutions just don't exist there will always be trade-offs and she says american consumers should get to decide which trade-offs they're comfortable with not the government through regulations tyler weiman says after two years of owning tesla. He's concluded the trade offs might mean switching vehicles. The biggest drawback is its range. He can only drive around two hundred fifty miles before his car needs a charge and that isn't always practical as much as i love the car. I definitely don't regret buying it. I definitely have recently thought about selling in trying different options do the fact of just like long distance writing and stuff like that. And so i'd say pros and cons reporting for world. I'm sarah weinsberg.

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"brett smith" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"brett smith" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"The issues are one of the topics. Really come to the fore once again as a result of this pandemic has been the absolute central role of technology in all of our lives that digital digitalization. If you will of our everyday lives if you think about working from home schooling from home. It's just kind of really accelerated the embrace of digital technology the upsides as well as the downsides and it seemed like a great time checking in with our guest next guest brett smith president of microsoft and just today out with the i guess the paperback version of his new york times bestselling book entitled tools and weapons of the promise and peril of the digital age brad. Thanks so much for joining us here. It's really topical here. Is i think a lot of people are kind of rethinking. The role of technology in their lives. What is your takeaway over. The last eighteen months of how maybe people use interacting and think about technology. Well things have changed so quickly. It's why my co author. Caroline brown and. I added three new chapters to the back edition of the book. One of them to address the question. You just ask. How have we seen the pandemic impact. The use of technology and which of these changes are likely to really stick with us. And last and we're cl- certainly seeing you technology being put to use in a variety of new ways it's creating more flexibility for us The ability to see a doctor through telehealth service. The ability of a sick child perhaps to be able to stay connected to a classroom with with distance learning the ability of so many of us to work and more flexible ways including on the road or from home But we've also seen other challenges in part we're seeing new cybersecurity attacks because this technology is so ubiquitous And in other ways we're just seeing the digital divide almost exacerbated it's as if people who lack broadband access or living in the nineteen ninety s while the rest of us are living in the twenty twenties and that is a divide that is going to exacerbate every other divide in society. If we don't move faster to address it you know over and over executives we speak to say are really worried about the skills that this workforce has and whether it's ready for an environment where technology rains you have been working through microsoft and lincoln to rescale an upscale people companies like j. p. Morgan have been working with cities to get more people into this. Do you have a prescription. Is there any cure you can see. Two people entering this workforce with skills that they need while. I do think there's a prescription. And i think it's gonna take a society wide commitment to really put that prescription day into action. We and it's why we devote a lot of attention to this in our book both as a specific topic around the tech talent gap for all of us but also in specific areas like cybersecurity skills. Where seeing clear shortages say of cybersecurity professionals digital skills. More broadly What is going to take. I think is for all of us to lean in Those of us in the tech sector for a company like microsoft and linked in service that we operate there's a tremendous opportunity. We're pursuing increasingly with nonprofits and others to use online learning to help fill the gap..

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"brett smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"brett smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jared. Thank you so much. We appreciate that, Well, one of the issues are one of the topics that has really come to the fore once again, as a result of this pandemic has been the absolute central role of technology in all of our lives. Digital digitalization if you will of our everyday lives, if you think about working from home schooling from home, it's just kind of really accelerated the embrace of digital technology, the upsides as well as the downsides, and it seemed like a great time. Check in with our next guest. Next gas. Brett Smith. He's a president of Microsoft. And just today at what the I guess, the paperback version of his New York Times bestselling book entitled Tools and Weapons, the Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age. Brad. Thanks so much for joining us here. It's really topical. Here is, I think, you know a lot of people are kind of rethinking the role of technology in their lives. What is kind of your takeaway? Over the last 18 months of how maybe people use interact and think about technology. Well, things have changed so quickly. It's why my co author Caroline Brown, and I added three new chapters to the paperback edition of the book, One of them to address the question. You just asked. How have we seen the pandemic impact the use of technology and which of these changes are likely to really stick with us and last, and you know, we're certainly seeing technology being put to use in a variety of new ways. It's creating more flexibility for us. And the ability to see a doctor through a telehealth serviced the ability of a sick child, perhaps to be able to stay connected to a classroom with distance learning the ability of so many of us you know, to work in more flexible ways, including on the road or from home. But we've also seen other challenges. In part, we're seeing new cybersecurity attacks because this Technology is so ubiquitous, Um, and in other ways, we're just seeing the digital divide almost exacerbated. It's as if people who lack broadband access or living in the 19 nineties while the rest of us are living in the 20 twenties and That is a divide that is going to exacerbate every other divide in society. If we don't move faster to address it, you know, over and over executives we speak to say they're really worried about the skills that this workforce has and whether it's ready for An environment where technology rains. You have been working through Microsoft and LinkedIn to re scale and upscale people. Companies like JP Morgan have been working with cities to get more people into this workforce. Do you have a prescription? Is there any cure? You can see two people entering this workforce with skills that they need. Well, I do think there's a prescription, and I think it's going to take a societally wide commitment to really put that prescription day into action and we and it's why we devote a lot of attention to this and our book, both as a specific topic around the tech talent gap for all of us, but also in specific areas like cybersecurity skills. We're seeing clear shortages say of cybersecurity professionals in digital skills. More broadly, what is going to take I think is for all of us to lean in. And those of us in the tech sector for a company like Microsoft and the link the in service that we operate. There's a tremendous opportunity we're pursuing increasingly with nonprofits and others to use online learning to help fill the gap, but that's not going to be sufficient by itself. I think employers need to reinvest increase our spending in the Skilling of the people who work for us. I think we have a huge opportunity as a country. To do more with community colleges, and that's one thing. The White House is now focused on the Congress and the infrastructure bill is addressing. Um this is a moment where we can just create so many opportunities for more people, not by asking them to get a no new four year college degree, but take a course or two at a community college or just spends more time as part of their work to add to their skill set. So you know, Brad Cyber Security is obviously it's a big issue, and I think when Microsoft itself was the subject of a hack in December 2020 the solar winds attack That really got people's attention. If God is the smart folks and Microsoft are susceptible here, how about the rest of us here? Tell us what actually happened. And you know what was the response from Microsoft? Well, it's the first chapter now the paperback edition of the book, and we tell the Inside story of really the cyber sleuthing that it took not just at Microsoft, but some of the other really sophisticated cyber security firms like Fireeye to put the pieces together. We now know that this was an attack launched by the Russian Foreign Intelligence Agency. It targeted major parts of the United States government, many tech companies, it targeted foreign companies and government and it was executed with great persistence, sophistication and scale. It was based on a disruption of the software supply chain planting malware go into a legitimate companies, solar winds and its product. And you know what we then talk about are the lessons that we all need to take away from this. It starts with recognizing the sophistication and magnitude of the problem. It then leads to solutions. Some of these are, I think, really on our shoulders for a company like Microsoft, and we're increasing our investment and we are in will do more to address this. But we all need to work together. You know, there was a meeting at the White House two weeks ago. It brought together not just tech companies, but critical infrastructure companies and insurance companies in colleges and universities. We're going to need to pursue more information sharing. Companies like ours are going to need to report more to the government. And the government, as it has started is now you know, sharing more information across the government as a whole, so we don't end up with pieces of information trapped in these different information silos. But what worries you most in the coming months We've seen major hacks since solar winds We hear of major things that could happen that can disrupt the entire economy. What are you concerned about in the coming months? Well, I think the biggest thing we should worry about is that will look at this crisis and do too little to address it. People talk about you know, Will we face some day? A digital Pearl Harbor or digital 9 11? We haven't you know, in our ability to avoid that kind of day. But only if we heed these lessons and all work together. And you know, this is not just for big tech companies or people in government. It means for every business Deploying the in many cases, cybersecurity protections they've already bought but haven't yet installed or used. It means for consumers that we turn on two factor authentication and like, so we all have a role we need to play. Brad. Thank you so much for joining us really appreciate getting your thoughts and comments here. Press Brad Smith, president of Microsoft on his.

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"brett smith" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"brett smith" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Robert E. Lee statue? Nothing, but it's got to come down. Yeah, I believe they got one in Virginia coming down sometime this week. Okay, so I've been hearing some stories. That's all you know. We've been screaming heritage, not hate for a long time shocked there's one left and now it's happening at the Magic Kingdom, too. The Magic kingdom. Yeah. Disney. Oh, all right. Yeah. What do you think? I mean, I thought maybe you had a little name for your, you know. No, no, no. No. Where you'd like to go. No, no, no. The magic kingdom be magical is removing Braille rabbit from, uh, from a figure the statue of Braille Rabbit is coming down from Splash Mountain. And And do we know what Bear Rabbit did to call such concern? Yes, Braille Rabbit is a character in song of the South. And Here's why This is so confusing. Song of the South was removed from the Disney Library in the United States along time ago. Zippity Doo di one yesterday. Okay, like in the seventies, they got rid of song of the South a long time ago. But then I think it was in the eighties or the nineties that they built Splash Mountain and Braille Rabbit is there now I've always wondered about that. Why is it that they If that wasn't okay before they even built the ride. Why'd they build the ride? Good question. Well, because the ride didn't really focus on like the old black man. That's in the I guess there's a there's an old black man in the movie. Have you ever watched have seen it? I've not ever seen it. I'm aware of it. I've never actually watched it. As my generation. This was always too hot for TV. I guess. Apparently, though Song of the South is real popular in Japan. They love it over there because they don't get that it's you know. Like offensive in America, to some people or something like that could care less. So now this statue of Braille Rabbit is going to come down and you know they have statues all over Disney, Mickey Mouse Dumbo Pinocchio, that kind of thing, But Bray Rabbit no longer will be featured among them or Yeah. What's up with that? I'm so sad to them. It's like Confederate War statue that really it really took steam out of me this morning. I got to tell you, man, I wasn't expecting to hear this kind of sad news. First thing out Rest in peace Prayer Rabbit. Earlier, you talked about the Biden bodies? I don't know if y'all mentioned that or not, but that's what they call on them now. The people down in Texas along the border. This one dude is a rancher named Brett Smith and living Kidney Texas. Not not named After this kidney. They spell it, K i n n e. Yeah, I spelled a little different. Yeah, And he says so far the illegal uh, immigrants they would call them. Which have overwhelmed the southern border and come across his land probably done $60,000 worth of damage along the way, And in addition, the bodies are starting to pile up. That's the way he reported, bodies are piling up. As these illegal immigrants. A lot of them die while trying to get wherever it is. They thought they wanted to go. They started calling them Biden bodies because it's that man's policy that is making this happen. And one man could stop it and that one man I ain't doing it. I could see calling him Biden binding bodies are piling up. He also thought it was a little puzzling, he said. You know Senator Cruz and Congressman Roy. They come down here and visited with us and talk to us and looked at the area. But we can't seem to get no Democrats. You come down here and there's a lot of Democrat voters down there. They got Democratic mayors all up and down the borderline, but for some reason Democrats won't come. Only the Republicans is looking the situation over the third safety out not to be, uh, Republican or Democrat issue. That's just a human issue. But for some reason They divided it up. Yeah, I tend to agree with that. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. Meanwhile, there is an incoming politician who's going to be the governor of one of the border states over there. And not surprisingly, he has a connection to the Gulf cartel. The parents of the politician allegedly embezzled properties and money from a captured top boss. They're currently under investigation for the use of a shell company. They had to hide the funds. Uh Samuel Alejandro Garcia Sepulveda. Whoa. I know that. That's the leader of the cartel. No, no, no, that's the that's the politician. He just won a gubernatorial election in Nueva Leone in June. He is expected to take office in October. And he is the nephew of the former top Gulf cartel boss named Gilbert. Oh, al, honey Garcia, uh, that guy, Mena Yeah, Yeah, He's no good. I don't feel like these names are just too long. Okay. Well, you know why? Why you gotta have six names, you know? Well, what's up with that Less names would be good for me anyway. A series of court documents from Mexico revealed that Garcia's father Samuel, or, like Orlando Garcia, Masa Caro and his mother. I know some mouthful and his mother, get ready for this. Bertha. Sylvia Sepulveda. Andrea Day her first name Bertha Bertha. Yeah, so you know what she's probably probably a good cook. And she likes corn based food, allegedly used a series of legal maneuvers to embezzle a series of properties in the competitive tray When Ella Neighborhood in Nueva Leon. Yeah, the point is, they're connected to a cartel group. And that guy is newly elected governor of the state, one of the states of Mexico. But here's the thing this happens all the time. Count disk is constantly happening down in Mexico. The last president was connected to cartel groups. Um, anyway, so just business as usual in Mexico. Yes, Business As usual. We got some exciting news out of New Orleans this morning..

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"brett smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"brett smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Eight hundred posted a career highlights of wash last week coming into the race. So maybe he was. Jason was inspired to live up to that. I could see it coming all the way around. I now that he took the eight hundred and then later on in being adopted by the clan. I've got the story behind that. And it's going to be a privateer island podcast this week. So stay tuned every with kessler kessler. Okay yeah. I was very disappointed at a one point. Scott wallenberg are steam publisher. A race is like hey you guys are talking about all these sons reuters. How kessler and. I'm like sorry. Scott not mickey kessler. So sorry but mickey's kid did race or kota kota. Yeah and mary was there. Corey carson. Was there corey got in only because of ap which happened. I believe a few weeks ago we were saying on this podcast. Get them out. Get get them out and get the real guys in there. Whatever whatever you were saying if you weeks ago wow so he made it motor to as alternate yes i think that happened at i said corey carson maters an alternate and you're like yep get that yeah get whatever it doesn't deserve to be in these races thank you. We need you to say that that is hall of fame. Gnc give it up that corey karston take the gate baby. Speaking hall of fame to g. l. g. upset he didn't get in He did mention it. I don't even know if he knows dude. It was tough like i saw. I had hand trying to get him nominated jails my guy a big respect for him as a racer and then also we. You know he's been involved in the industry post racing but then when i saw the nominees list. I'm like oh dammit frigging villa pos on there to on still been trying is mickey dime and sorry the dogar dog daughters. I got it okay. But i mean we went fast expected. Yeah no no glover did. If brett smith did it did it. All yup yup. Yup aided i know the trust me trust me. I know it's all it's all been marked down upside my head at. We went fast. Everybody they re they did it. Make you helluva campaign yup. unfortunately for g. l. Here's the problem. We had this weird. I don't know ten years. Where like nova motocross guys. Getting in like and i feel like the dogra thing uncovered like wait. There's something wrong with this process now. The process appears to be fixed. But now there's this logjam of like geo should've got in two thousand. Ten was last year racing so he should have got an in in twenty fifty or sixty or seventy. Now everybody's like. Oh what about what about next year at the time. This is what happens when they take ten years off of putting motocross. Listen is this is. This is probably gonna shock you both to the core but the whole ama processes really screwed up voting thing. It's really screwed up they. They don't they send out emails that go to people's junk mails you gotta be a lifetime member to only vote or a poss- a past hall of fame. There's massive lobbying going on with like trials guys. You know what i mean. They're altogether and they get their guys in dirt. Track people get their guys in a guy made it last year a dirt track guy. He'd like four wins in his career. Yeah you're in a year in your. This is our guy the whole process just completely screwed up and the so perfect..

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"brett smith" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"brett smith" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

"Sides of it is is meaningful of finding meaning in the work of being a sports karch. Is it something that are not appreciate you said. There's not a lot of research in it in your in. Your opinion and in the little research has done is something that's inherent or something that can be developed. Is there live sponsor. Yeah yeah so. I think we were. We start that's a tricky question. So i mean. I will whisper drawn to this narrative theory narrative work. And there's a lot of excellent work for example by katrina. Douglas and brett smith and under sparks and all of these really pioneers in the narrative study of athletes lives and so basically what they are really lifting to the forefront that the cultural narratives that surround us are building blocks for our own stories and for us to find meaning and so basically being involved in sport gives like certain type of repertoire for us to draw and start constructing our own story which might be some kind of mix and an an a selective collection of those cultural stories that are out there and of course it's unique because it's your own story but the ways that you're putting it together is always relying on this cultural narratives that are out there and to answer your question in in that sense. Of course meanings can change. We can always hear stories of others that really can help us to reflect in our own lives and maybe find a different type of perspective our lives. So maybe you read athletes biography and and they had some experience is that you can relate to but they are bringing different type of story to that and a different type of meaning to that kind of experience and maybe that can help you to reflect on your own life and may be re story so find a different way of developing story around. What has happened to you or your coaching career. For example and in that sense meaning certainly change orbital over to live spun..

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"brett smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"brett smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That's join J c n dot com today, Okay, The Gaslighting continues, and it's again that lady who just likes to circle back There is a White House response and she's actually talking in the name of the man who bears the title. President of the United States. This is Jen Psaki Ongwen, Barry. Refusing to respect the national anthem of the United States cut eight This weekend when very cool host represent the United States as an Olympian on the hammer throwing events, one of bronze medal at the trials, and then she turned her back on the flag while the handsome plate does President Biden thing that is appropriate behavior for someone who opposed to represent team USA. Well, Peter, I haven't spoken to the president specifically about this, but I know he's incredibly proud to be an American has great respect for the anthem and all that it represents, especially for our men and women. Serving in uniform all around the world. He would also say, of course, that part of that pride in our country means recognizing there are moments where we are, as a country haven't lived up to our highest ideals and it means respecting the right of people granted to them in the Constitution to peacefully protest. It's so weird. It looks like she's actually reading. Looks like she's looking down at notes. She has to read notes that say, Biden's a patriot. Tell them he likes America. And then later, But peaceful protest is okay. I mean, this is the road. But this is the craftiness individual who who needs Talking points. President Biden likes America. Well, you bloody hope so given that he bears the title of president It's kind of part of the job description, isn't it? Oh, I prefer Germany. But I'm the president of America. And then this problem. This empty ver beards. That but peaceful protest. That's important. You hang on a second. She wants to be on the US team for the Olympics, not the hate U. S team. Have you seen that video of a Paul vaulter at the games? Some kind of games? Amazing. They somebody tweeted out, saying this is what patriotism looks like. And he's going at 100 Miles an hour. About to put the pole into the socket to jump over the the the fence, and he hears the national anthem start playing, and it's like the retro blasters just fire and he puts the brakes on. He stops himself. Justice is about to plant the pole vault. And what does he do? Turns around and snaps up straight. To salute America the greatest nation on God's green Earth. I mean, what is the level of cognitive dissonance? It's not even cognitive distance is too fancy phrase. What is the level of psychosis psychopathy? The level of mental retardation. Of a person who Busts the physical limits. In a sport to compete in an Olympic trial. As a citizen of a nation who then disrespect when that nation's anthem is played to recognize their success in the trials. It's truly a sickness and the fact that she's trying to backpedal now. Oh Oh, I didn't really hate America. Oh, yeah, really. Because you love it so much. You turn your back on it. One of the saddest things is the woman who beat through in that trial who stood on the podium respectfully. She broke a world record. For the hammer throw in the trial and the trial she broke the world record. Who's talking about that? Nobody because of this egotistical little Cuts. Let's talk about what America really means. Studio was sent me by my friend Brett Brett Smith has been a guest on the show, and this is from a Vietnamese state. Rep in Arizona Oh, at a council meeting. And it's powerful. Listen to Quang Young on his experience of America and his experience of communism Cut seven. I just got irritated..

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"brett smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"brett smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Who hopes to represent the United States as a Olympian on the hammer throwing events, one of Brian's medal at the trials, and then she turned her back on the flag while the anthem played. Does President Biden thing as appropriate behavior for someone who opposed to represent team USA? Well, Peter, I haven't spoken to the president specifically about this, but I know he's incredibly proud to be an American has great respect for the anthem and all that it represents, especially for our men and women. Serving in uniform all around the world. He would also say, of course, that part of that pride in our country means recognizing there are moments where we are, as a country haven't lived up to our highest ideals and it means respecting the right of people granted to them in the Constitution to peacefully protest. It's so weird. It looks like she's actually reading. Looks like she's looking down at notes. She has to read notes that say, Biden's a patriot. Tell them he likes America. And then later, But peaceful protest is okay. I mean, this is the road. But this is the craftiness individual who who needs Talking points. President Biden likes America. Well, you bloody hope so given that he bears the title of president It's kind of part of the job description, isn't it? Oh, I prefer Germany. But I'm the president of America. And then it's pabulum. This empty verbiage kids. That but peaceful protest That's important. You hang on a second. She wants to be on the US team for the Olympics, Not the hate U. S team. Have you seen that video of a Paul vaulter at the games? Some kind of games? Amazing. They somebody tweeted out, saying this is what patriotism looks like. And he's going at 100 Miles an hour. About to put the pole into the socket to jump over the the the fence, and he hears the national anthem start playing, and it's like the retro blasters just fire and he puts the brakes on. He stops himself. Justice is about to plant the pole vault. And what does he do? Turns around and snaps up straight. To salute America the greatest nation on God's green Earth. I mean, what is the level? Of cognitive dissonance. It's not even cognitive dissonance is too fancy phrase. What is the level of psychosis psychopathy? The level of mental retardation of a person who Busts the physical limits. In a sport to compete in an Olympic trial as a citizen of a nation who then disrespect when that nation's anthem is played. To recognize their success in the trials. It's truly a sickness and the fact that she's trying to backpedal now. Oh Oh, I didn't really hate America. Oh, yeah, Really? Because you love it so much. You turn your back on it. One of the saddest things is the woman who beat her in that trial who stood on the podium respectfully. She broke a world record. For the hammer throw in the trial and the trial she broke the world record. Who's talking about that? Nobody because of this egotistical little Putts. Let's talk about what America really means. Studio was sent me by my friend Brett. Brett Smith has been a guest on this show, and this is from a Vietnamese state. Rep in Arizona Oh, at a council meeting. And it's powerful. Listen to Kwang Young on his experience of America and his experience of Communism cut seven. I just got irritated. So I came over here and press the white button. Is it? Okay? If I say white button Um You know, I just recently heard somebody said that White nationalism. Actually, Communism is not the the enemy but white nationalism. So let me tell you something about white nationalism. White nationalism didn't drowned 250,000 Vietnamese in the South China Sea. The Communists did White nationalism did not execute 86,000, South Vietnamese at the fall of Saigon Communist did white nationalism did not put me here. Communism dead. So don't take it lightly. Don't mock me. Don't mark what I go through in life. It's rough. I lost most of my cousins, my family members due to communism. If we don't stand up to teach communism to our Children will lose this country. So, sir, Don't mock me. That's the left there mocking him. Man who's lost family members to communism murdered murdered by communists and he's here. Why? Because we are the greatest nation on God's earth. But they laugh at him. The people who want socialism who think she Guevara is so cool. Think that socialism failed 40 times in 40 countries because reasons but this time in America We'll get it.

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"brett smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"brett smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Listening to America, first with Dr G. This stinking town. More than 50% of what you do is packaging. That's just sad Fact. No matter how good you are you gonna be up to Senate put a bow on it and titles matter. I don't mean the titles on your business card, but titles for products like books, and I'm a little jelly in the millennial way. Because this book I have in my hand embargoed Don't you dare walk out of his student you naughty book until Monday because you're not allowed to was called breaking the news. And, of course, who wrote it? The man employee number one of the bright Bart Empire, which has broken the legacy news. Over this way is David. He is none other than Alex Marlow. Alex. Welcome in studio Doctor Jean Such a pleasure to be with you under any circumstances, but particularly when I get that sort of endorsement makes me feel very good. Where little handcuffs. We would need a little leg change. This thing doesn't leave it till Monday because it's embargoed, right? It isn't bargain. I'm allowed to open it up before Monday. I would love it if you are fully briefed on it by Monday, But I'm holding back some stories because I really do believe that when people see some of the bombshells, it is going to completely change the way they look at the American media. Landscape. I think people going to freak out in the operational ons of America's media establishment and I, You know I'm not a braggart, and I'm not. It's very uncomfortable to pitch stuff for me. I love the content. I love the news. I love the analysis. I don't like the pitch stuff. But I really do believe that if you read this, you will think differently and especially if you are someone at the tip top of American Media Corporation. He does. He doesn't like the pitching stuff, says the man who has a cartoon version of himself on his social Media buyer. Don't believe him for a second. He's getting mad. He's following in the footsteps of other people who he looks up to who don't yet have a cartoon version of themselves but would like to Brett Smith. Are you paying attention? He's good. You know my email. I want to see those pictures. You don't have to go Conan the barbarian on me. But something cool. Something cool. Okay? Yes. Can I sign it for you? Yes. Oh, on live radio. First lives riding. Is this the first life signing the first live signing tent? Is this your first book? This is the first book I published. Yes. So so so. So, So this is gonna be well. I've written six, but they only had it been published. The one does. That's apocryphal gospels of some sort that I just hid it in some some piece of some cave somewhere off the dead sea. Probably. Yeah, well, I didn't want to write a book just to write a book and I've been very blessed in my life to have a lot of great mentor, ship and experience and working super cool people like you and Steve Bannon and right Barry Elder elder, the original and I've made such great friends with so many people like Charlie and Dennis and almost your whole slate on Salem, But it is I want to write just a memoir. And there's a small amount of memoir on this. But for the vast majority of it is new information based off of deep dive for research. Into our corporate media establishment. Dr Jean. I think this will really resonate with you. The American Media Corporation is trying to stamp out the American individual the concept of freedom, the rugged individualist in trying to make us all corporate cause who identify more with companies than with countries or as ourselves. And how much worse would the world be if we lost that concept of individuality? That is the design of our American media class right now, and I think I proved it in the book, and that includes subservience to China. You're waxing philosophical already pressed the big ideas assigned the book while I saw everybody, Not that pay. What are you doing? The paper I gave you honestly, he says such a piker when it comes to writing books. There were the title is with your name. In the meantime, I'm gonna show everybody that you need to buy one of these. It is the official bright Bart laptop. I don't know where to find me. Funny looks cool on me. It's got a big P on the outside. I'm sure that's not a sticker. But if it is, I need one of those stickers. Okay? Let's let's start with a little bit about you. We We've had long interviews with you. All of them have been deleted by you because we were terminated because they believe in the individual freedom of speech. But let's let's talk about you mentioned two things. You mentioned Salem. Yeah, Number one. That was this on the way into my buddy Dennis Prager. I've heard him say it before. But today, I guess it's because I was coming in to talk to you. He used one of his classic lines and he said Truth is not a left wing value. That's kind of boom, and it hit me. Never a truer word. Correct, Alec? No, it's right on the money, and I break down in the book. A lot of the disinformation is we do it right partner 1000 Newsbusters do as well. But all the disinformation that we saw during the trump years and I painted arc of some of the I called the Fake News Hall of Shame where I go through the top dozen or so stories. And even those of you who read bright Bart and go to listen to your show or my show on Sirius and you're familiar with how inaccurate the establishment media is. When you see it laid out, you start thinking that these aren't just people who are wrong. And these are people who are either conspiratorial are purely agenda driven and how consistent they're all wrong with the same exact wrong information, and then it culminates..

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"brett smith" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"brett smith" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"After all of these statements lies and contradictions wanted law enforcement only treat this incident as a suicide and nothing more now that we are caught up with some of the important statements that were made in part one. I want to remind you that there is something you can do to help. These are the people that you can contact to ask. Amanda pierce his case to be reopened and investigated. Also want to say that the katie palmer ks. That i covered about a month. Ago is from the same county as this case so you can also ask for that case to be reopened and reinvestigated as well. The first person that i think would be very important to contact is grayson. County district attorney. Brett smith nano three eight one three four. Three six one. You can also contact taxes. State general ken paxton five one two four six three two one zero zero four eight zero zero nine eight three nine nine three three or five one two nine three six one. Two zero zero texas house representative reggie smith five one two four six three zero two nine seven honorable pat fallon non zero three eight zero five one seven zero and grayson county police departments non zero three eight one three four two zero zero. I'll also have these numbers and emails as well in the show notes. So you can help at the pressure on the da and grayson county texas to get amanda pierces case reopened and reinvestigated. You can also ask them to do the same for katie palmer. At the very end of part one. We heard brian's rambling statement to the police. Now we're back at the scene and have so much more to unpack so. Let's get into it. The ambulance rushed to the scene and took amanda off to the hospital. She was impulse lewis electrical activity which means her heart had electricity but it was not beating. She was revived on the way to the hospital. When she arrived they immediately drew her blood for blood work and when the blood work came in indicated that her blood alcohol level was three eight. Four people do speculate that amanda may have drank. Maybe doing so with brian so she can just pass out and snooze until the morning and not has to deal with him if he perhaps did murder her. She may have been unconscious when he strangled her. If she were unconscious that would make her powerless unable to fight for her light. This is just a possible theory by the ones that are closest to amanda that. Know her best but this is wants to take into consideration. Kimberly was made aware of her sister being in the hospital. At first she thought maybe her sister could attempt suicide since she did deal with depression and she also drank a lot. She could wrap her mind around the fact that being in such a dangerous toxic environment an relationship could cause stress and maybe there was a chance for mental. Health may have taken a nosedive. She was entirely accepting of that in the beginning at this time there were a slew of things that camberley did not know but she would find out later plus when she got a good look at amanda body she would begin placing all of the pieces of this puzzle. Together it appeared that something more sinister transpired all the conversations she and amanda had about her leaving the death risk that brian made his violent tendencies. The control that he thrived from and how amanda was intending to lead plus the fact that she had a plan that was in motion an arrangement with her friend so shuki get out of the absolute hell that she was enduring. She even had two bags packed and one was already by the front door. There was no suicide note or message. There were no signs that would make anyone assume she was not in the right state of mind. All the pieces. That camberley did not having this moment would come together for her very soon. When kimberly was notified that amanda was in the hospital. She met with the detective conference room where she explained the domestic violence. That was happening to amanda. For one and a half to two years. Amanda was experiencing so much abuse including physical torture mental financial and emotional. It was a living nightmare and she warned out. She wanted to live and be with her two children yes. Kimberly had concerns in the past about her sister's mental wellbeing. Now all kimberly could wonder is. Why didn't amanda. Call me back when kimberly got to amandas room in the hospital. Grinding and three other males were at her sister's bedside she had no idea who these other three men were. She told him to leave. The intensive care unit staff said. Brian claimed the bruise on amandus chest. Which was seen by the neighbors earlier that was from him performing cpr. He even told staff that amanda did not have any family later historian would change when he talked to amandus friend amber to justify the bruise on her chest. Brian said that amanda had fallen off a ladder. Trying to change a lightbulb. However we know that. Amanda toll mrs thompson before she died about the blunt force hits to the chance she said came from brian. At the time. Amanda was an osce you on a ventilator and she was wearing a net collar which was hospital protocol or patients who attempted to hang themselves. Kimberly could not see. The extent of amend is injuries right away but when she could finally.

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"brett smith" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"brett smith" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Failed to acknowledge the severity of katie's injuries on the same. These failures contributed to corey foster walking free and not facing criminal charges. If mike adams was fired for pointing out tariffs failures is tariff alkatiri going to be fired for completely failing on the scene. Mike adams was fired and tariff alkatiri was promoted the vision statement of the texas. Gps to quote seek continuous improvement in our operations relationships. And the safety insecurity of all texans. Dps leadership show us this vision by holding tariff alkatiri accountable january ninth twenty twenty one katie's mom rhonda posted in the group. Why is tariff alka hip still employed at gps. This man was willfully negligent on katie and john palmer's murder and assault. He wrote up that it was both foggy and sunny and that his buddy corey was not intoxicated. He didn't mark the scene. did not talk to witnesses. Lead corey every answer that he gave and knew full well. That corey foster is a long-term alcoholic who blue point zero six one hour. After he hit them. I will not stop till this. Man is held accountable for the collusion cover up and gross negligence of his job that day. He turned his body cams off talked to corey in. The car assured corrie's mother that everything was fine and then drove corey foster home instead of getting a blood test tariff alcohol. This is not going away. There will be accountability for yours fosters and brett smith's actions we will not stop when katie passed away. John learned his wife was an organ donor. He was still in his bed in icu. When he realized he had a decision to me and fast john had no idea that since the pandemic organ donation has become a little more complicated. There's the usual screen for cancer. Hiv and other diseases but now donors had to test negative for covid making sure. The transplants could be done carefully and safely with the help of the southwest transplant. John was able to honor his late. Wife's wishes right. After john talked to katie's parents and they confirm that it was okay. Saf of the southwest transplant alliance were able to retrieve katie's oregon's over the course of two days with systems in place and a hospital that can handle transplants. Katie's heart liver longs and kidneys were saved for donation. John said quote. If there's anything positive that comes from this at all is that someone gets they needed. I'm one hundred percent. Fine with that in quote sourcing from dallas news. Dot com padding. Now's president and ceo of southwest transplant. Alliance said that transplant centers. Were not sure if they can accept in oregon as the pandemic spread while there's still much is unknown about covid nineteen and has been found in blood according to the centers for disease control and prevention and hospitals that were storing up gear to treat patients infected with the corona virus. Were initially reluctant to take on transplant. Patients as fears about cova nineteen grew now said that hospitals were saying. We don't want you here. They were saying. Please don't come but recovering katie's oregon's changed everything patty. Now's said that it was a game changer. Because they provided safe organs they were able to continue their mission. Even after southwest transplant alliance had the capability to test potential donors. The organization had to deal with another issue. The transplant procedure was not completely safe and hospitals with covid nineteen patients. The nonprofit required a fully functional hospital with no one infected by covid nineteen southwest transplant. Alliance found a match with first baptist. Medical center in northeast dallas. John's said that he has found some comfort. and pace. and the lifesaving difference that katie's decision made katie was cremated and social distancing has made things difficult. The family wants to hold a memorial at austin college. But only when it's safe to do it. Senior year at boston college may have had some memorable moments for john and katie but the best memory of all. That's where the two i met. So how are john brandon and bella taking everything. John said that he and the kids were going to have to get through it and that he knows they will something. A close family. Member told john after the organ donation made him feel a lot better. They said that are worst day. Was someone else's best day. John could not think of a more fitting way for katie to live on them for her to give one last time. Destined boards 'field went to lake talons. Ha with john john graduated in nineteen ninety eight and dustin graduated in ninety nine. The even played on the wildcat football team together. Back in october of twenty twenty dustin now a firefighter with the great bonfire department was hanging christmas lights for others. As assad job and through facebook he had been keeping up with john and katie story. He told john that he would hang lights for the family. He hadn't seen john and about twenty years. Destin said he thought that maybe he could hang christmas lights for john and his kids and do something for them to brighten their spirits for the holidays after everything they had gone through that last six months after dustin hung the lights for the palmer family he came up with the idea of the katie palmer. Project dustin said quote. Not only did. I want to do it for john. His family but maybe we could come up with a nomination house and call it the katie house and try to brighten someone else's spirits during their hard time if they've had a hard year or been through a hardship. Dustin asked other firefighters with the other departments all over texas if they will participate in the project as well they practically told him to say no more that they were in six. Firefighter contractors got involved in the project. Destin and john at this time. We're searching for nominations for anyone that could use some christmas. Cheer or christmas spirit. John said to dustin quote. There's times when you try to look for the beautiful in the world and you did it. You're doing a great thing for the season of giving. John said that there was no better way to honor katie. John said that katie gave while she was living that she was a teacher. She was a volunteer. She worked with kids. She was a coach when she passed away. She gave again by donating her organs..

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"brett smith" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"brett smith" Discussed on True Consequences

"Might wanna ask her what she she saw. So no investigation not even the fundamentals of investigation aside from talking with corey so that that's frustrating in in and of itself. Can we talk about what happened with the grand jury in the da. And where you're at now and then and then we'll we'll kind of wrap up with what you want to see happen in what we can do to help you sure. Well i guess we start with the district attorney. Our district attorney's brett smith I reached out to brett Wanted to know what the status of this cases I don't remember how how many weeks had had had passed. I know that you know again. this incident occurred on the twenty first of april in a grand jury hearing was on the nineteenth of august. And i i called brad. Smith estimate that the case. He told me that he was aware of the case. hit for me that he had received the final report from gps. He was waiting on that stated that I knew more about it than than him. Which the time was absolutely fair. He hasn't received the paperwork. It's fine we had. My lawyer had received a copy of the crash. Report from dps obser- directly We probably a time did have more information than a week or so had passed my mother-in-law the rhonda nail reached out to brett. She had found a phone number for him Believe on facebook called bread. That was her first dealing with brett. Did not go. How my first interaction with brett went. He was hostile -tated that she had a self cellphone number told her that You should never contact public official on their cellphone regardless if it was posted on facebook or not She disliked his pro profile up. That's mother that just lost her daughter. No one can blame her for calling him told her at this point he had heard nothing about it. Did know who katie was. Eric how how would you feel. I think if your daughter was killed and in the one person that you're going to have to put all your trust into told you after telling me that he knew about the case told you that he had no knowledge of who of who she was And that you shouldn't have called her apartment. You shouldn't have called him. I don't think that would set. Well no. I don't think that would set. Well at our families was very emotional. Friends and family very emotional. This this time we have no platform gave the only platform that people have sometimes social media so rhonda took to so social media. She was very very emotional as she should be had posted about this conversation with our district attorney brett smith as a result and as you could imagine a lot of people were not happy with this the. Da's office was flooded with calls. Brad smith was put in a spotlight on social media. The next two phone calls. I received from brad. Smith warned about our case they were about his public image in social media about what's being said about him on facebook that's what our elected. Da who campaign for this position called me about as victim in a widower. I apologize to him told him that i would do everything i could to Ease this burden in. That was put upon him and then the fourth meeting we had was between Myself rhonda. You've tony who's katie's father. And logan who's katie's brother and it was with brett smith don hoover who's a prosecutor and there was a female prosecutor. There is as well meeting started off. i brought pictures of katie and wanted to introduce them to to katy they'd never met. Katie don hoover in the other prosecutor. There looked at all all the pictures seem very interested in what we had had say. Brett was very dismissive Told me that Heater to see this face. Facebook tried stopped me. I told him he's going to have to wait. I've got to get through this. I've got to introduce you to my wife. At would at which point when i was through for the third time brett brought up social media directly address. Rhonda was very dismissive to rhonda would not let her for some point time get a word in edgewise. And that was very disheartening again as you could imagine. When he wanted the conversation to end about social media eric his response to us was for us to call off our jihad. Those were the words from the district attorney of grayson county. Brad smith call off your jihad. He left that a laugh. And that phil dead in the room. I posted this on social media. Before i don't know if it was him trying to make a joke but he failed miserably at that. We listen to brad. We listen to the other two prosecutors in the room who were and as stated before the epitome of professionalism. They they listen to as answer questions. We left the meeting and we felt like we had a shot at justice based off the other two prosecutors air next i had meetings with cashmore. Ashmore was the first. He's the first assistant district attorney of grayson county We met a couple of times. He told me how he thought this was going to be difficult to prove. That corey foster was reckless. He thought that he was gonna have a hard time. Proving was wreckless eric. I just wanna bring up the facts. That koi foster as per the report said he couldn't see as soon as he left his his driveway There's a clip on facebook that i've recorded in that i've shown He loves a quarter mile away from where he hit us in driving. Thirty five miles an hour. It took thirty eight seconds. Corey foster drove blind. For thirty eight seconds he crossed over the road. It to pedestrians through a seventy feet killed my wife. Put me in the icu. Fifty minutes later blew a point zero six. How is that not reckless. That is the definition of reckless but curiosity more. Said he'd have a hard time proving that i vehemently disagree with him He was reluctant to bring up alcohol at all as being a factor because foster was administered a pt a portable breathalyzer tests and blew a point zero six again. Fifty minutes later Dps report states. That alcohol may or may not have been a contributing factor so alcohol was not ruled out but ashmore decided not to bring that up as per when he told told me. In addition the da's office would file would present the charge of curly negligent homicide against corey foster. Nothing was ever presented for. What corey foster did to me i. I was hit by by his truck. I i was thrown seventy feet. I was much more fortunate than than katie. Obviously i'd i did not die from the incident or or or the impact. The is office never brought up charges against corey foster for what he did to me which is simply put aggravated assault. So that was another failure so we can get to the jury. The grand jury. Eric was was held on august nineteenth and.

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"brett smith" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"brett smith" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"If you lay him out or or just, you know, Pick six if we're late, So, you know, I tell you to be honest and Broncos fans are you know the guys that are paying the table to go get Jack will's gonna love this. But the truth is, is Lot of his foot works and struggles are the same things that we're talking about. Drew need to accomplish this off season. So I think You know from that? That's worry. Some of you know. Is he willing to adjust it and you know it's a hill. I'm willing to die on in terms of putting your right foot back. Just don't make any sense to me. You know, Unless you're Aaron Rodgers and again, I think we could Started cool new fit, You know, fat where the quarterbacks are you down, and they stop it to him, and Aaron Rodgers was still be good, So I just think it's you know, it's one of those things that it's just, you know, It doesn't make sense to me, and then I see it on college tape. And I really think a lot of guys do. Itcause rockers, doesn't it? Grady did it before the new system. We should be the biggest tip of all time if a guy who's won six Super Bowls Right. A guy who's won six Super Bowls. Ah, lot of people say he's the greatest of all time. Hands down. Learns a new system and he needs to put his left foot back to achieve it. What on Planet Earth would lead us to think of college cake and put his right foot back or drew option? It's like, come on, Phyllis. But You know any way that you know that would be you know the right foot back. It would be more concerning to me is an organization and then I would have to talk to him. You know the quarterback coaching off of the corn aRer BYU to kind of figure out why they came to that conclusion. I'm here for your knee down Football League idea that you That's the next spring football. We were talking to Marcus Russell. Come back here. Yeah, I love it. What? Slim, you know? And Brett Smith, right? Yeah. Yeah. Delko and Gallico told me to give you a hard time about Brett Smith would be the only other. Yeah, that was I was boy. I kept trying to convince his family to stay in school too, but But they decided to come out, man. Yeah, yeah, oodles of talent, but he just nobody was ready for that project. I've been feeling I would have walked him on tape too. And said Hey, we can fix him. He finds out, you know, right? Not everybody could fix him. Right? But you'll be watching this tape. It was all he'd read. You know, it was just anyway, I saw on Twitter where you said something about 54 games. Can you explain that? Yeah, so one I can't add. So it supposed to be 64 basically saying Unless you flayed, you know, carrying the one has always been an issue for me is a kid. If they were like 10 times, 10, I'd be like, Well, that made $100,000 like that 100 man. Your NFL contract explains it. I'm like you guys don't play for that. But no, I think You know for me? It's just when you see four when you see these guys and this one from, you know, I was doing all those quick clips. All years of all. You're breaking down all these different guys when you see a guy through year four. The rate in which they get to the progression really doesn't matter because they know what's gonna happen. So, you know, thinking like a bunch concept where you see, you know all the receivers pop out of there. Right when they put their eyes there, they know what's gonna happen. Where's the young quarterbacks? And this was the biggest issue. I saw true, you know, Drew specifically. But all these rookies are gonna have it is If you get to the concept, too early defense will spook you. So that first Miami pick you guys remember the Miami Dolphins pick? It was just horrible. Yeah, it's true Lock would have taken the right drop and got into the back side and at the right time, you would've just thrown the inn for a completion. Instead, he moved on again because the right foot back and no one wants to coach it. He moves on and throws a pick. So for me that that's more of, you know, you start to see it in your five for a guy and listen, you know to Shawn Watson. What years he and he's not in your five. He's putting his rifle back. He's having a lot of success. Right? So there's you know, anecdotal guys that are, of course not going to fit this, but just by and large, it seems like You know, Brady made the shift later in his career. Rogers made the shift later in his career. It seems like these guys as they get later in their career can make this change because You know, they get up there, You know, they double tables, and Aaron Rodgers has the best heart count the league. So everyone stagnant anyways, that they're scared of them, And he knows what's gonna happen. He doesn't need to get there with proper timing. So that's kind of why. You know, I was saying, Hey, listen, unless you you know, unless you're gonna start it for four years, I just don't see it as a good decision, And then even then. You know, I would challenge the notion just cause Rogers could get away with it. Is it still the best? You know, we'll never know. But you know, that's something that I think is up for debate. But it's something that I want to learn more about two and I'm genuinely I told people have You know, I'd really like to talk to a coordinator to high level and why they're making that decision. All right. We have one minute left. If the Broncos trade up to go get Zach Wilson, and they have to lock on this roster to what are we saying about the Broncos quarterback situation? Nightmare. It's an absolute nightmare unless they have. Ah, unless you know, I don't know if they they switched to left foot back, But I think I'll get Zach Wilson. You gotta get drew out of here and you got to bring in Um, you know, it feels like they're bringing the vet anyways. But I would just get Drew out here. You can't have You know, Zack Wilson has a lot of stuff on tape that you like. But there's still a project aspect to some of the stuff he has to work on. I'm not calling my project like Trey lands, but there's still stuff you gotta work on and You know, just, you know, coach myself. It's hard to pour into multiple guys the same time on. That's what you know you'd be asking that coach to do and again limited time on the field is what it's looking like they'll have next year as well. Him. Always great man. Keep up the great work in there. Make sure you check out his breakdown on Zach Wilson will drop tomorrow on his all things quarterback YouTube page and make sure you subscribe. Turn on alerts. That's the things you always say, right? Yeah. Love it. That'll help us not eat Rahman every night about trying to get you upgraded to full on spaghetti brother. It is a process. It's it's a day to day process. 10, thanks so much appreciate it. Thanks, fellas. All right. Tim Jenkins AT T Jenkins Elite really enjoyed that. We'll come back on this. I want to keep talking quarterbacks because there's this misunderstanding. Quote that has come out about something that George Payton said yesterday. No, no, I know. So we're gonna come back. We're gonna talk about that, and we're gonna dispel the rumors. Whatever that's coming out of this. Get that interview up the Broncos country tonight dot com. Coming back on the other side, Broncos country tonight, Kay away news radio everywhere on the I Heart radio out junk current.

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