35 Burst results for "Brigades"
EV Used Car Values Are Holding Up
"So the altium battery cells Gm and lg's the nine they've given it to the platform more than just the cells or the batteries that made into recently. They've been calling it. The ltm platform and that is going to be the foundation for all of their electric cars and thanks to a youtube channel by ray non navia. We can now check the construction process of that facility. That's going up in lewistown. Ohio a joint venture between gm and lg. Like i say according to inside hof the construction work is already done. The buildings are up the reeves on on. But you can see the buildings going up and surely there is so much still to do. But within several months they are on target to have that facility finish. There is an unhealthy obsession with watching tesla build factories and the busiest aspects of germany. Right now is probably drones above some way just outside of berlin or maybe texas facility asli. They're all the gigafactory is being built. Gm's with algae is coming along very nicely baking. It'll be out of the oven soon. And they company will install manufacturing equipment later this year. Production starts in two thousand nine hundred twenty two the spending two point three billion dollars on it. It's going to create one thousand one hundred new jobs in lordstown ohio and they're gonna make about thirty gigawatt hours annually of cells which is huge. It puts them just behind. Tesla's gigafactory in nevada. Funnily enough okay. Let's move on and on the podcast next. We're going to be talking about what's fascinating story next on the show an official look into battery safety and that's not to say that batteries are unsafe in any possible way but the american. Nhtsa nitsa is creating and a battery initiative for visas to coordinate looking at things like the research the investigations and the safety standards around battery safety. And that's a good thing because you know these are incredibly safe like the comic is themselves and the battery. Maker's is an amazing job with this. I feel so safe driving around. Evt's and you just think about because we've had cars combustion costs for hundred years. You don't think i'm driving. I'm putting my family and my baby inside a car which is carrying around litas. Some gallons of very high highly combustible liquid blows up. I mean when you look at the fire department and the fire brigade stats on cough. Is they've really coleman. And so when there's an incident of course it makes the news because they're so rat but normal 'cause burned down all the time. So i feel very safe driving a navy if you're drive already but it's really good news. The nhtsa has created an initiative to look at the kind of coordinated analysis of data investigations. When there's a crash an anon- crash event and look at diagnostics and even cybersecurity as well. That's all very important. According to the website Techno codex this initiative nitsa that it will conduct investigations into safety related defects in vs and be a central point on battery safety. That's very very important. Lots of people are doing this. But i think it will give consumers more confidence.
Upright Citizens Brigade Closes Los Angeles' Sunset Theater Location
"Iconic Upright Citizens Brigade in Hollywood shut its doors. The co founders comedians Amy Poehler, Mad Bastard and Matt Welch wall so downstate closure of the Sunset Boulevard, location and social media. They say it's because You haven't been able to make mortgage payments during the extended shutdown. The beloved comedy club closed at eight months at all after all, the locations in New York were forced to also shut down.
2 West Point cadets awarded Rhodes Scholarships
"Character leadership and commitment to service. CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell said. The 2021 class is the most diverse Nora profiles to recipients who attend attend West West Point Point Point Military Military Military Academy Academy Academy in in in New New New York York York or or or Cadet Cadet Cadet seven seven seven Walker, Walker, Walker, entire entire entire e e e spender. spender. spender. The The The road road road to to to becoming becoming becoming Rhodes Rhodes Rhodes scholars scholars scholars was was was paid paid paid with with with precision. precision. What is being awarded the Rhodes Scholarship mean to you? It means a lot, Nora. I feel really grateful for the opportunity and really privileged to learn how I can, you know, continue to impact those around me. Hi Reese and Evans. Impact is impressive by any measure. Tyreese is the academy's deputy brigade commander, the second highest ranking cadet at West Point, Evan as the academy's basic training commander. Led nearly 1500 new cadets this year, she says she empowers others through mentorship are not seeing people like you and higher places can kind of Discourage you a bit. I've had a couple incoming freshman come up to me was like, ma'am, you being a black woman, and in this position that has inspired me me to to know know that that I I can can make make it it here. here. It It was was point point and and do do well well and and give give back back on on their their booth. booth. Inspiring Inspiring athletes. athletes. Tyreese Tyreese is is captain captain of of the the academy's academy's track track and and field field program. program. And And Evan Evan is captain of the Army's boxing team, both born in Texas. They say leadership is in their roots. Terry's Where did you learn your work ethic from? Definitely my mom. Nora. So, my mom, she was a single parent who raised two Children on her own. She came from the Philippines, and she joined the military herself as well. Eh? So she really ingrained in me This this idea that if you want something, you gotta go get it. What'd your mom say? When she found out you won? It's more so what? She didn't say She spent too much time crying, but she's is a testament to who she is. She is, she really cares, And she's proud of me having where did you learn your work ethic? Also from my mom. She's a school teacher in the district that I actually went to school. In everything she told me. She like you've got to be the best, but you have to do the best and do your best every time to just have the honor to represent our families and in our sports teams and the academy in the Army. Internationally. That's a non ER, Aren't they just awesome, and we salute them and their moms for their service. Norah O'Donnell, traffic and weather Coming up in
Sydney Barber Becomes 1st Black Female Brigade Commander At Naval Academy
"Two news. Now of an important first in Annapolis, Sydney Barber will be the first African American woman to serve as brigade commander at the U. S Naval Academy. It is the top post for midshipman. She starts next semester. Sydney Barber Welcome and Congratulations. Thank you so much. Appreciate this opportunity is so great to be here. Yeah, We're very happy that you're with us. Tell me what does it brigade Commander do what's the job description? So I guess And if you were to look at it in a civilian sense, the brigade commander is what someone would describe is a student body president. So I am the sole representative of all 4400 midshipmen to the common on into the superintendent. So I'm the link between the Midshipmen body and our senior officer ship. So you told me. What kind of what A brigade commander does. What do you Sydney barber want to do like, How are you gonna make this special and make it yours? I feel like I have the heart to do it. My purpose in my objective is to build a team. People who appreciate each other appreciate every single thing that every person has and brings to the table who are really embracing our are blended organization and want to pursue a purpose, no matter what that looks like but are driven towards a shared short shared in common. Goal. So that's what I want to instill in my staff. That's what I want. And still in the brigade is a hole. I guess. First of all, if this whole military thing doesn't work out, please come work with me. I loved Tonto. That would be amazing if we could use you it at NPR. As I noted, you will be the first black woman in this role. And now the first woman to lead the brigade that came back in 1991. So not that long ago, um and back just then, in the early nineties, women were prohibited from flying warplanes couldn't serve on war ships at sea. In the Navy and the Marine Corps have changed so much Is there something what's left that the guys could do that you are prohibited from doing 00? My goodness. There probably are things out there that some limitations that still exist. There definitely are, but I am not worried about it. I'm not worried about all the any restrictions because I feel like we can keep. We can keep Breaking glass ceilings. This is just one of many something that I've heard recently and that I've really likes And I've said this a lot is that with every every step that I take, I mean, I leave the ladder down for the next person. Um and I've talked Tomo Miss Galina. She's been someone that's been a mentor to me the past week that all of this is kind of unfolded in the announcement. Has come about and I've gotten the chance to talk to people like her. Miss Jane is fine. She's the one who was the first woman back in. Yes, Yes, Mister Kalina? Yes, So she's been She's been reaching out to me Miss Janie Minds who the first African American female graduate of the Naval Academy. She's also been I've been speaking to her in depth. I got off the phone with Simone ask you who was the first African American first captain at West Point? Actually, 30 minutes ago, I was on the phone with Dr Rubin. Brigadier E S O. I just had a so money mentor who's also a brigade, commander of Black Brigade commander in the passing so many people who who have inspired me. Um, your story letters done to you. It sounds like right. And so when I think about this experience, I feel like it's special because it's not just about me. It's important that this story circulates for the purpose of The next generation all over the world. Who could look at this experience on Gluck at at this story is something that motivates them and inspires them Tonto amount of whatever goal that they have in their life. When did you know you wanted to join the Navy? Oh, I never wanted to join the Navy girl. So no, my so my dad. He was a graduate from the Naval Academy class of 91. He played basketball here. Andre something that they say is once you're in Academy grad or once a midshipman, always in mid shipment, and he lived by that everything everywhere. Any time was all about navy. This, namely that I was tired of it. By the time I was looking at colleges, I was trying to get away from that time. I wanted to write my own path. I'm looking at a lot of different schools. But what I really foster's in my heart is eyes just a drive for for wanting to pursue. Ah, Career of service. No matter what I did, I wanted to give back to the world. The reason we're doing this interview, the reason this is national news is that you are breaking a big old barrier there in Annapolis. I wonder how how big a deal is it on campus to your classmates care or you Sydney Barber, one of them and you know, like, Do you think about breaking the barriers as you walk around every day? Oh, I I try to keep a level head. I try to stay as grounded as possible. I try to keep a low profile, my friends, my teammates, especially on the track team with me. They kind of laughed because they know who I am. They know that I'm the last one to want my picture taken. Um, I usually I never post any stories on social media because I just don't usually like to Document everything that's going on in my life and just the shift of the past week they laugh because my face is everywhere. My picture is everywhere, People I also I don't usually like to To talk in front of a lot of people are talk about myself, but my mentors have actually helped me with that, and it's great to be humble, and that's something that I tried to be as best as possible. But at the same time, they're like Yeah, you need to be. You need to be confident you don't own this moment own the fact that you are the brigade commander. It took me forever to just say that to say those words because I don't. I don't like to fly. I don't. I don't want everyone to anyone to think that I'm any higher than them. So I'm going to try toe talk to the person that's taking out my trash or sweeping the floor outside my room and make them feel special. But the same time I need also step out of that. Like I need to own this moment to lead the brigade with confidence and with boldness. I do look forward to the day when we're not celebrating these firsts when when we're done because it is just not news that a woman that a black woman could do anything that her male classmates or white classmates could do. Um But it is also kind of. Ah, it's great, and it's a big deal, and I'm sitting here thinking If your grandmother so great grandmothers could see you. They must be so proud. Yeah. Yes, I think about something that I shared and in a founder's Day video about how I think about I'm so humbled by the fact that I get to walk here and be at the Naval Academy and be someone's wildest dream. And when I think about that, in my contents of my own history, my own family, my own ancestry, I think about My great grandparents were sharecroppers on a plantation in Mississippi. My grandmother now lives in Chicago. She was born on that plantation. Um They would never even pictured. This moment. This America looks nothing like the America that they experience and they died before they saw anything different, So I'm I always take that. Take that to heart. And I think about it pretty much daily as I go about my day here at the academy. Well, well, Those are words to live by own the moment. Congratulations again that Zbynek real pleasure and an honor to speak
Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time
"CBS NEWS Los Angeles U. S Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, will have an historic first this coming Spring Midshipman first class Sydney Barber will be the first black woman to serve as brigade commander in the academy's 175 year history. He also holds an academy record in track and field. Still, there are times when she doubts herself, and that's when she turns to her brother Justin out, say if there's anyone in my life Who's inspired me most. It's him Born with a rare condition that has left him blind and death, Justin was given less than two years to live. Was celebrated his 19th birthday. This past man. He just reminds me that every single day is a questioning Every day's a gift I can't take for granted a gift she shares with her classmates
ADA focuses on raising awareness on World Diabetes Day
"Diabetes Day. We're looking at this disease that troubles many Americans around the world. I'm Chris Moore, and we're also joined by the A. D. A associate director Chelsea Schaefer. His cell for taking away. Awesome. Thank you again. Chris and Dr Debate Thank you so much for the information you provided at the start of the show, and I guess just around it out. What would you say? You know what is our role of the 88? And really ensuring that medical professionals in the diabetes community are educated in a way we need them to be to help those with diabetes. Chelsea. We do a lot to ensure that the care that people with diabetes is at the best possible and so I just mentioned three quick things. The first We published a standards of care every year. That really is the definitive guidelines on the care for people with diabetes, and we're just about to release the new version for this coming year. The second thing is, we have a number of innovative educational programs. So that providers can stay up to date on the latest findings and treatment, And then the third big thing is we have the largest diabetes meaning in the world. It's been virtual now, of course, because of Kobe, and that really focuses on cutting edge research and brings scientists from around the world together to think about. How we can do better and ultimately find a cure. That's great, and I like I said those read the research that we're able to offer for the medical professionals is so vital and I guess just around it out. You know what would you say is, you know our biggest role the association and really just educating and activating the patient population to be proactive. What? We really want to be sure that people don't just live with diabetes, but that they could thrive on to thrive. They need to be empowered and they need the information. And there's so much information out there. You don't always know what to trust. We invented everything on our website and I recommend people going to diabetes. Eyes forward. She and there's a wealth of information from healthy food and recipes to what to do Round KO bid you lots and lots of good stuff that People could go to and know that it's good, invaluable information to ensure that they thrive while having diabetes. All right, Doctor Brigade.
Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time
"First in Annapolis at the Naval Academy, the first black woman to assume the top roll. Leading fellow students at the U. S. Naval Academy will take up that position next semester as brigade commander. Midshipman first class Sydney Barber will be the commander for the Spring semester Brigade commander is the highest leadership position within the student body. The semester long position is selected through an application and interview process by senior leadership and the commandant's staff. The Naval Academy's His Barber of Lake Forest, Illinois, is a mechanical engineering major and aspires to commission as a Marine Corps ground officer. That Piper CBS News. There's
Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time
"First at the U. S. Naval Academy Midshipman first class Sydney Barber is the 16th woman selected for brigade commander in the 44 years. Women have attended the academy, but she'll be the first black female commander. When she assumes the post for the spring semester Brigade commanders the highest leadership position within the academy student body. The semester long position is selected through an application and interview process by senior leadership and the common on
8 people arrested during Seattle protests on Election Day
"Eight people people in in election election night night protests protests in in Seattle, Seattle, but but overall, overall, the the protests protests were were peaceful peaceful combos. combos. Matt Matt Markovich Markovich tells tells us us about about the the police police tactics tactics used used on on the marches the marches that that appear appear to to have have had had nothing nothing to to do do with with the the election. election. Seattle Seattle police police took took more more of of that that aggressive. aggressive. Proactive Proactive approach approach they've they've been been talking talking about about to to remove remove the the marchers marchers and and their their car car brigade brigade that that was was blocking blocking Mercer Mercer Street Street in in South South Lake Lake Union Union with with the the two two groups groups were were not not moving moving fast fast enough. enough. This This is is a a kind kind of warning of warning that that we we heard heard from from the the lieutenant lieutenant in in charge charge of firearm of firearm food. food. food. food. If If If If you you you you don't don't don't don't you you you you do do do do not not not not materials. materials. materials. materials. However However However However property property destruction destruction or less. or less. In In addition, addition, arrest arrest remain. remain. Offenses Offenses included included property property damage, damage, malicious malicious mischief, mischief, resisting resisting arrest, arrest, obstruction, obstruction, reckless reckless driving. driving. The crowd The crowd began began to to disperse disperse is is about about 50 50 officers officers kept kept pushing pushing about about at at that that 500.50 500.50 protesters protesters up up toward toward Capitol Capitol Hill Hill near near Cal Cal Anderson Anderson part part the evening. the evening. Marchers Marchers say say everything everything was was peaceful peaceful until until SPD SPD band band there there push push in in that that very very fast fast fashion. fashion. We We were were told told by by some some of the of marchers the marchers at at no no chemical chemical agents. agents. We're We're being being used used by by SPD SPD on on the the crowd. crowd. What What about about those those eight eight arrests arrests of of the the ones ones that that appear appear to to be be identified identified as as the the protesters protesters on on Ly Ly one one served served overnight overnight in in jail? jail? The The rest rest released released in in about about three three hours. hours. Oregon Oregon Governor
Seattle police arrest 8 people after election night marches
"Eight people in election night protests in Seattle, but overall, the protests were peaceful combos. Matt Markovich tells us about the police tactics used on the marches that appear to have had nothing to do with the election. Seattle police took more of that aggressive. Proactive approach they've been talking about to remove the marchers and their car brigade that was blocking Mercer Street in South Lake Union with the two groups were not moving fast enough. This is a kind of warning that we heard from the lieutenant in charge of firearm food. food. If If you you don't don't you you do do not not materials. materials. However However property destruction or less. In addition, arrest remain. Offenses included property damage, malicious mischief, resisting arrest, obstruction, reckless driving. The crowd began to disperse is about 50 officers kept pushing about at that 500.50 protesters up toward Capitol Hill near Cal Anderson part the evening. Marchers say everything was peaceful until SPD band there push in that very fast fashion. We were told by some of the marchers at no chemical agents. We're being used by SPD on the crowd. What about those eight arrests of the ones that appear to be identified as the protesters on Ly one served overnight in jail? The rest released in about three hours. Oregon
Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams' returns to the charts, thanks to viral TikTok video
"The cranberry juice on the skateboard and the Fleetwood Mac song. CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez says there's a new chapter Lindsey Buckingham is joining his former bandmates in the Dreams Brigade, Fleetwood Mac's former guitarist has posted a clip of himself to tic tac swigging cranberry juice on horseback. Mick Fleetwood and Stevie Nicks had already posted after the video that started it all from Idaho Falls Potato worker sent their song and they're 19 seventies album rumors back to the top of the music charts. Debra Rodriguez CBS News Word out of London. The University of Oxford says the late stage
Night Of The Living Dumb
"I. When we last left out horrified heroes, they were in Egoyan New Japan in the year sixteen fifty, they were currently surrounded by Dr Steve's latest maniacal Mac and nation an acrimonious army of Ninja zombies while Dr. Steven Frigid Morbid Amusement nearby the blood-curdling Brigade Zombie staggers closer and closer to Dr Floyd Dr Grant and chips. What are we GONNA do Dr Floyd? And we have to make a pen according to my calculations. Thanks time every. minute. They are pretty slow moving not like those Sammy's in that one movie though zombies degrade I will not get into the slow versus fast moving Zombie debate here. Well, we have five minutes Oh we don't I want to get back and go trick or treating quick back to the ship. Let's jump ahead four minutes and thirty seconds, and we'll get this over with. NOBODY CHIPS BECK ownership in seconds. Our heroes are back aboard their time and space ship and they wanted again make a jump to Eagle Alina, Japan just four minutes and thirty seconds later. Once they reappear, they run down the ship's ran back to the same exact spots they were in moments which are now within arm's reach of the Ninjas on. See we saved ourselves sometimes. Making. John. Probably would have been a good idea. I TAC doctor. Mr. I'm not Dr Floyd this is just my halloween costume he's Dr Flowing. Heat. I just wanted them precise Ninjas on. What are we going to do? The only thing we can do in this situation Dr Grant? House our heroes stoically screen self-defense the lead Ninja, Zombie, Prius back to deliver a crippling coffee trump to Dhaka floor. When his hand makes contact with Dr Floyd shoulder there's a creaking sound and zombies on right off onto the drought. Not Degrade chips I know what to do now to defeat them what's that stench do? Trust me standstill our heroes Stan perfectly Steve. As they do zombies own back to begin their. As they attack however owns on their coats break east on's invades flying everywhere and you moments our views are still standing studio in a pile of dust and old Ninja rooms standing nearby shopped at what they witnessed is Dr Steven Bridget. My beautiful. Army of Ninja zombies go guess you up Lloyd what of these days I will succeed. Whatever US J. DR Steve? Come along? Let's get out of here. Should we go after them let them run. We need to get home and do some trick or treating or Hughes. Soon back in Dr Floyd's laboratory all set to go out and do the trick or treating last night's check candy bags. Looks like we're all set where's your costume Dr Flowing e-trade here help me put it on. Okay. Hang on our. Watch. My ears your arms through down. There we go. Okay. What do you think? I'm figure. Where did you get a sock? That big Dr Floyd? You know the basketball player Nate Thurman Healed me a favor. So you're wearing one of big nate's socks. Would Wash did I? That is disgusting. Come on let's just go no seriously I washed it heroes lockup the lab and head out into Saddle River city to go trick or treating where with their adventures take Dr Floyd in his cool next what evil plans could Dr Steve The cooking up in the dark of night and just what candies Dr Floyd hooping to his trick or treat bag this
Far-right Norwegian politician nominates Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
"A far right lawmaker from Norway says he is nominating President Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize Christian T Brigade. A says Trump should be considered for his work for a peace agreement between the U and Israel, which opens up for possible peace in the Middle East. The new region parliament member told The Associated Press. No matter how trump acts at home and what he says at press conferences, he has absolutely a chance at getting the Nobel Peace Prize. He also says he hopes the committee is able to consider what Trump has achieved internationally and does not stubble an established prejudice against the US president. Any national law maker can nominate someone for the Nobel Peace Prize and hundreds of people are each
"brigades" Discussed on Michigan Policast
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"brigades" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"Yes the gyms are reopening this week. Governor. Whitman has adjusted her executive orders to allow the reopening of gyms and pools effective on Wednesday shall relax the restrictions on competitive sports and the Michigan High School Athletic Association immediately announced the return of high school football beginning next week. It's up to each school district to decide whether to take part in what will be shortened season. Well, let me put you on the spot right away. You're on the school board in your community you can have football we the last that I was informed actually we were waiting for our attorneys. To get back to our athletic director, all the Clutch Cup. Yeah, we built the lawyers talk I find it interesting as we mentioned earlier in the PA, the athletes are going to have to wear face masks when they are competing I can't imagine running cross country or playing basketball or playing football worrying facemask. It's hard enough as walking with that extra impediment to your breathing on and it's going to be the only thing. You don't have to wear face masks for swimming, which makes a whole lot of sense or for sports we are socially distance like Golfer tennis. But for the up close context for which there actually recommend you don't do but you can do it if your local school board wants to go ahead and do it. It's going to be if he's going to be an interesting experiment I, think the governor was basically giving into just huge political pressure she had to give somewhere. So she basically handed this went off to people like you the local school board. Yeah, and I think that's fine because there are different conditions in different counties and so. She's taking step. In recognizing that the local health departments which have had a lot of control. And have worked a lot with the public schools. Now, go ahead and elect them with the schools to make a decision on this. She doesn't have to control this at the state level and I'm personally excited that the swimming pools are open because that is my primary form of exercise although I'm waiting to see just how the Ymca and my case handles the situation. They cannot open their steam rooms are Saunas or their jacuzzis, things like that. But the pools themselves can be opened. 'cause you're obviously socially distance flusher basically immersed in disinfectant am also in our notes this week mentioned earlier one. Hundred Ninety law enforcement officials across the nation including seventeen from Michigan have endorsed Joe Biden for president, which really blunts the trump campaign's claim to be the only campaign opposed to looting and vandalism among the Michigan endorsers former Congressman Bart. Stupak and Joe Schwarz both of whom were in law enforcement before going to. Congress and Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney Kim Worthy a second cohort of law enforcement endorsements came in the form of one hundred nine former state attorneys general supporting the Biden Candidacy against unemployed can look forward to a big check in the next few days the short-term three hundred dollar a week supplement. Ordered by President trump is expected to reach Michigan's unemployed later this week and the payments will be retroactive to the beginning of August. The bad news is the money's expected to run out this month workers each receiving a total of fifteen hundred dollars in added federal assistance since March Fifteenth nearly twenty, two, billion and unemployment benefits have been paid to more than two point one, million workers. The trump administration continues to politicize America's intelligence agencies the latest effort a decision to withhold or report on Russian efforts to undermine Biden the Russians. Apparently, we're going to attack Biden's mental capabilities something that just happens. TO PARALLEL TRUMP CAMPAIGN AD Michigan Congressman Elissa slot getting WHO's a CIA veteran who has provided security briefings for both George W Bush. In Perak Obama went on national television to say enough is enough I must say officer by training and the first couple of weeks of orientation day train you on how to identify the politicizing of intelligence and that's when you write something it's ready to go and folks at the top of the chain say, no, we're GONNA hold it 'cause we don't want that message going out. So it felt like a textbook case of politicizing things and it's it it is just kind of beyond the Pale. It shouldn't be a partisan issue whether our democracies able to function without foreign influence..
"brigades" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"News that the president saw, which also told you about everything you need to know about how he wrote the government. Well. The age of course nineteen has changed the dynamics of political campaigns. Traditionally, politics has been face to face proposition, but that has been turned on its head by the pandemic despite the risks Republicans in Michigan, ramping up the traditional door to door canvassing while Democrats are focused on virtual campaigning. The latter worked well for the National Convention and now as being emulated by a grassroots group of the Blooberg Eight, which putting together a two hour on online get out the vote rally, which debuts next Saturday. The organizer behind the event is Blue Brigade founder Susan Birdman Anderson who talked with Walt about their all star event Susan. First of all, what is the blooper? Gade? Where did that come about? The Bluebird Gade is a group of. Individuals mostly women mostly older, but we do have some younger people and some men who are committed to getting better government. Activation. So, Blue Brigade is presented with through different politicians, etcetera opportunities to help out, and we've got a pretty good track record. We have helped allowed people get on the ballot get elected. So. That's what we do in the beginning. The Blue Brigade spent a lot of time doing person to person campaigning. You're collecting signatures on petitions, canvassing those sorts of things. Obviously that's not the of thing you could do. Now she came up with this twenty-first-century get out the vote opportunity something that's ever been done before exactly. What are you doing? What we're doing is pulling together a virtual will get out the vote rally and while you're absolutely right we Do Person to person in this is in lieu of that this got born in my brain during the lockdown. When I thought Oh my God we've been working toward this massive. Get out the vote effort all winter trying to get people trying to do it and book we can't go anywhere. So I figured if we could pull together. People that needed a lot of help people that were in swing districts people that may be statewide like Gary Peters that need to have their faces out there and put them together into a rally with music. that. Maybe we could sway some people. Maybe we could motivate some people to vote. You've basically put together a two hour event that will be streamed on September twelfth, and you've put together an all star line-up for this event who's in it Gretchen? Weber governor. Whitmer. Attorney. General Dana Nessel Senator Gary Peter Senator, Debbie stabber now congresswoman lists slatkin congresswoman Hayley Stevens. Congressional candidates, John Hold -Ly Dana Ferguson Hillary Skull Jn, and a number of others including bridget Mary. McCormack chief justice of the Supreme Court who's running to retain her seat and candidate for Supreme Court Elizabeth Welsh. In addition to that, we have thirteen a state representatives we are trying to flip. The House the State House so that other governor has somebody to work with instead of the opposition even over keeping us safe that she has faced in addition to that, we have at least ten US editions and the musicians. Most of them have written songs specifically for this get-out-the-vote rally and the quality of the musicians is high we have everybody from. Our local wonderful route Dr to Joshua Davis who was a finalist on the voice. To Sunny Wilkinson who is a supreme wonderful jazz musician we also have Ben and Jerry the ice cream guys ben and Jerry were big Bernie supporters and they want everyone to know that they endorsing what? To win. And we have Robert Reich. The former Labor Secretary of Bill Clinton who has been doing a lot of podcasts and things trying to get people to change what's going on. It's a very good shot that Vice President Biden will be on this. We're very close to getting him that will be about it with him without him. We've got a wonderful program. One of the things that the media's noticed recently in the run, some articles in the paper had been the different approaches towards campaigning as a result pandemic. Republicans are doing a lot of door to door works still even though some would say that's kind of dangerous in the seer of the virus and Democrats have focused more and more with the online contact you comfortable with the way things are going I think so. One of the other things the Blue Brigade is doing is we are doing literature drops for various candidates. We're doing phone calling for them and. A couple of the candidates are doing what they call safe daughter door. Now, I haven't been trained in that. So I'm not sure what that entails I. Myself wouldn't want to open the door to someone with a mask on I. also wouldn't want to open up the door to somebody without a mascot and Even though some of the politicians are doing it I think virtual and non contact is the way to go in pandemic. As you watch the democratic, national, Convention, did you pick up some tips on how to make your event work? Better I thought it looked pretty good and I hope that Marty I am not technician I. Don't know what what I doing in that regard. We have a wonderful technical director named Marty Weaver and I am sure that Marty watched it. He has been watching other virtual. Transmissions and I think that we will have a good program. I'm sure he'll do his best for everybody who wants to watch this first of all there's no cost to watch it. This is a get out the vote rallies. So there there is no cost. How can they watch it? They can go to vote Michigan Dot, com vote Michigan Rally Dot, com, that's our web.
"brigades" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"And I think it's really is assigned the Republican. Party is no longer a Republican Party. It is the trump party. Well, I think that the started actually when w was in office and you started to see a lot of people a lot more people identify as libertarian rather than Republican or independent, rather than Republican and a lot of the right wing media including Fox News has convinced Republican. Voters that they are independence and so they've sort of embraced this identity other than being part of the Republican Party and so what I'm getting at here s what you have left is the Cesspool of crap that does support trump because he gets you know he he makes them feel that nationalist pride you know he he lets them. He lets them be who they are, which is garbage. In the last couple of weeks, Joe Biden Biden's would rolling out these long lists of very respected people that are endorsing him were not lifelong Democrats a list of more than one hundred. Nobel science laureates So top scientists in the country, a list of I think it was one hundred and hundred and ten former state attorneys general. On, the list and law enforcement people a hundred ninety law enforcement officials from around the country, the list go on and on and on and on. Although I think one of the best lists He may have come out with is appealing to people who don't care about politics but really are obsessed with football that a conference call a few days ago rolling out a couple of NFL alumni to land based the president for effectively destroyed the prospect. Of College football this month in the state of Michigan and if there's one thing you can do in. Michigan to Piss people off get rid of Michigan and Michigan State football in the fall. That's what's happened. One of the people on that calls a former Michigan State football player. Now, a state representative from Detroit Joe Tate who also played for a couple of years in the NFL there's certainly no playbook for the unprecedented moment we found ourselves in. But there's also excuse for the failed leadership we found in the White House instead of leading, by example, Donald Trump has denied science ignored experts and lied for the sake of his own re-election. Instead of helping governor and Lieutenant Governor tackle our public health crisis trump has attacked our leaders muffled the opinions of experts and undermine social distance safety measures and to really drive home. The point tate was joined on the Catherine's call by the legendary mega tron former Detroit lions, all pro wide receiver Calvin, Johnson? I'm from the South Georgia? You know everything is football. You know it's the same up here in. Michigan and even more. So now that I have business across the state of Michigan lasting in house analysis, particular small town just like seven eight miles north or South in that town. But you said rise on commerce from people that traveled in and out of a of son of Michigan going into Notre Dame gays people data coming on through lansing, going to on this day gangs, but as numerous tax dollars that. Can't be reappropriated to citizens of of the states you know leadership in Michigan Governor. Gresham took it seriously from day one locking things down saving lives you go only but wonder what if we had done the same with the federal response? What if you know we had a leader by example that wears his mess. You know that previous social distancing and believes in the side I think the power of football. Movie, talking about a little bit later with the governor's Lynch executive order. The fact that she's allowing high school football to be played. Again even though I think deep down there, some doubts about whether that's a good idea. But the power of football is such that people are willing to take risks there. They won't take elsewhere and there's a lot of pressure to even get the big ten going again well, the. I know with the. High School football anyway that high schools are working with the local health department. So there is some safety there in that the local health department I I think if I'm understanding correctly, the health departments can say. No you. Can't do that even if the schools want to. Go to the kids go to wear face vans while they're playing football. Good luck. Well, there's a lot of rules that they have to follow not just how they conduct themselves but in the The cleaning and disinfecting and sanitizing of all of the equipment and the spaces there and I think it's going to be very difficult i. mean just a simple things while like don't share a towel. Like yeah. It's because we're grownups it's gross but if you're an athlete, you share towels all the time. Yeah we've got a towel and. A huge financial issue for college out. We've talked about it before. But for East Lansing Kalamazoo MT pleasant, and are especially Ann. Arbor, you're talking tens of millions of dollars for the local economy university. Michigan. Estimating one hundred, million dollar hit just to the athletic department and on top of that all of the local businesses in East Lansing, Bill Beekman the athletic director, Michigan. State says the university will take about an eighty million dollar hit by not having football add to that all of the bars and restaurants and hotels and everything else in east lansing that are going to business and it is a massive massive issue especially with towns that are really small East Lansing and Ann. Arbor exists because the universities. Yup and even the little towns outside of these university towns have businesses that rely on that traffic going through kind of like quick Calvin Johnson side. You know it's you need the transit back and forth between these things that we can't do anymore and one of the things that I appreciated about how Calvin Johnson spoke was that he spoke as a small businessman he obviously understands. Football in the football economy. But he spoke from the perspective of needing people to go back and forth and he didn't endorse by he just talked about the response to the virus and I thought that that was important as well as kind of. Insights him from criticism as Biden supporter. Maybe you talk about the outlying towns with these colleges I used to travel with the Michigan State football team back in the previous career, and if we went to Notre Dame for a football game, the team would actually stay in bed and harbor because that was the closest where we had a hotel rooms because the hotels closer to south bend were booked solid. Well, the president is providing one form of leadership that Shebek fire on him in a time of racial unrest and protests he calling for an end to federal programs that promote racial harmony. So what he's done as he just decided to cancel any federal programs that address racial sensitivity that may say that America has a problem with stomach racism. In particular white privilege and critical race theory those things are being targeted in this. You know they're in the memo that went out from the Office of Management and budget they call these racial sits tippety trainings, divisive and un-american. This goes completely against what all of the big companies are doing. You can look at Fortune Five, hundred, fortune one hundred. You know Silicon Valley all of the big companies or the startups they're all talking about okay. How can we heal people? How can we make this better and they're having listening sessions and they're having consultants come in and say help us understand how are black employees and do better in our company help us understand how they're discriminated against. So this president who is supposed to be this businessman is doing something that is totally against what all the. All of Corporate America is doing right now. I, don't normally follow corporate America as like a moral leader like. Out There they provide moral leadership. But certainly, in this case, they're doing the right thing over what the president is doing promos. This whole thing is the result of a segment on Fox.
"brigades" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"Ninety, seven Michigan voters during August, Twenty, eighth and twenty nine. So the number of fairly current and the numbers really aren't changing a whole lot of trump's job performance his his approval rating is upside down forty, four approved fifty three disapprove Biden is. Fifty basically forty, five, forty, six, or his favorable unfavorable, which is a lot better than Hillary Clinton was at this point in the Campaign Governor Whitman's job performance on the other hand, very popular fifty, five, thirty, nine, six, percent undecided, and given all of the very controversial thing she said to do with Covid nineteen that's a pretty remarkable number. It really is it's really impressive and if you look at the not sure on that, it's six percent that's pretty low number. Of people have decided, they either supported or they don't and only thirty nine percent have disapproved on her. A little a little worrying for Democrats however is the matchup for president on the vote and right now, the poll shows that Biden Forty, eight, forty four with another seven percent going to other candidates or undecided. At this point. I find that number a little bit too tight but that's they could be problematic especially for Gary. Peters is probably going to run behind Joe Biden a little bit at least in the election. Of the however, the the numbers for the Senate race show Peters on top forty, seven, thirty nine, which is where it's been all along at. That's about where it has been and he's you know he's been rolling out his ads and I i. think he's looking pretty good you. I'd mentioned though about the survey that it was taken before Donald Trump's really bad week. So I don't know that Joe Biden and Donald Trump quite that tight i. if it was taken today, we knew it would tighten up after the convention though you know we knew that Joe Biden wouldn't hold ten plus points on Donald Trump the whole season. The other numbers that I found especially interesting in very problematic is that most people when asked about who they would support for the Vision Supreme Court which is a very important election. Most people were not sure seventy six percent unsure of the candidates of the leading candidate with eight percent was the chief justice bridget Mary. McCormack. And she has the advantage on the ballot. You'll appear as Bridget Mary McCormack Justices Supreme Court she'll have the designation that is almost automatic reelection for once you get past her. All over the place. Between the other candidates who have no party identification no labels are running on a nonpartisan ballot. So. That's going to require some real effort on the part of both political parties of the Republicans are really going to be pushing. Mary Kelly because she's got a great name. Irish names always work well, when running for judge and for the Democrats Elizabeth well to the attorney out of grand rapids guests a couple of weeks ago. Yeah. She she's at two percent there she really needs to. We've gotTA move those numbers. Yeah. They're just everybody a two percent five, percent three percent. Basically it was I. don't know was the answer and people are probably going to be looking to their friends to their their influence network. At. The last second to figure out who to vote for what is interesting though because we are mostly going to be mailing at our dining room tables. Instead of a the the polls people will have time to do some research. And a lot of people will probably go online and find out who the hell are these people. I don't know what kind of impact that will have but at least people build to make a little bit more informed vote yeah. I think the county parties need to start getting their Their voting cards out now or they're voting guides whatever you WANNA call it that they they hand out and they say he's are supported candidates because at this point in Michigan, you should have all of those candidates identified primaries are over we've had our endorsements. So at this point, we should be able to sit down and say, okay, you know show Ozzy County. Democratic Party. Endorses these candidates and however it is you get those out into the hands of your voters. You have to do it much earlier. This year than you've had to in the past because people are going to start voting pretty soon to push your million them, which should be the other challenge to couple other findings in the poll will have the link to the full poll on site, of course, seventy percent support for mandatory masks for people who are in indoor facilities, businesses, government buildings in Grocery Stores Seventy percent support twenty, five percent opposed while to twenty, five percent off allowed, and then the governor's getting pretty strong approval on. Her handling of the pandemic and majority opposed the idea of taking away her emergency power. So she can continue to her job, the opposition to this petition drive, which is led by Mike Shirke. The Senate Majority Leader Fifty, three percent oppose thirty, six, percent support, and given the strange way Michigan's constitution is set up even though most of the people don't want this thing, a minority of voters in Michigan can make this happen because they've got a cooperative legislature and I think that's why we're seeing all of these people come out and say be careful what you sign because you being lied to about what these these petitions are. The Michigan numbers are just beginning of the good news for Joe, Biden. Over the last few days some high profile Michigan Republicans are riding with Biden including former governor Rick Snyder. Former. County Congressman David Trott and longtime GOP operative Bob'll brandt another former member of Congress Joe Schwarz had endorsed Biden and former Michigan Republican Party Executive Director Jeff Timor is one of the leaders of the Anti Trump Lincoln project. I'm really fascinated by the disconnect between the traditional leaders of the Republican Party not just in Michigan but nationally and the rank and file. You would think with all of these Republican leaders you know people like John Casick and Rick. Snyder. Endorsing Joe Biden, that more Republicans would be following yet, the polling shows Donald Trump maintains very, very high approval amongst Republican voters..
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How to Turn a Vision into a Plan For Ultimate Victory
"So lots of dynamic things happening in the world right now. And when there are lots of dynamic things happening. Leaders have to make things happen. Leaders have to assess have to. Have to plan. and. Since, all of us are going through these dynamics scenarios I wanted to. I wanted to touch on something today. It's called troop leading procedures. And the version that I'm going to cover is from an army techniques publication. Or Field Manual Three Tack Twenty one point one. Which is which is the name of that is infantry rifle company, and it's a giant manual, five hundred or something pages. which were not going to go through all that because there's an appendix in it. In Appendix B is Planning and preparing. And it's. Look. It's interesting. I've planned a lot of things in my life, and I've been in charge of a lot of planning in my life I've been very lucky from that perspective and I was planning things before I knew any of this stuff, and I learned a lot of lessons along the way from from that. And, then as I started to reflect back, and once I started kind of officially. Learning about how to plan I would look back and see how things made sense and see some things that I would overlook some things that I didn't overlook some things that the doctor the documents overlook. So. Thinking about this and this is actually based on this massive. Process in the army. or in the military called the military decision making process, which is this absolutely granular way to go through every possible? Element of decision of a big decision of how you're GonNa plan something so that. Is Meant for higher. Higher elements above the company right so that's meant for Battalion Brigade, division, you know when you have a whole staff of people that their job is to do these type of long decision making processes, so this right here is at the company level. You know a hundred guys, one hundred fifty guys. Three platoons worth a guys. That's what this is aimed at. And there's definitely some things in here to pay attention to. So that we can, we can see if we're missing things. If there's things we can add see of some things we can. We can take away from this. That will help us lead and plan and make better decisions. And I'm not going to even go into massive death. Even this subsection. Even this appendix has a lot of really granular information. and. That's one thing you know. The army does doctrine very well and the goat they get. They get into it, and they will get granular. You will not miss anything if you follow their doctrine. But a lot of it is very specific to the military, but it's even worth looking at it. Yeah, you can get this on the interwebs just as a pdf or whatever this whole document. You can check this out and he'll give some indication of the level of granularity that they're planning to. But we're not going to dive in all that I'm going to try and keep it to the elements in here that are for the most part universally applicable in in anyone. That's planning so here. We go planning preparation Appendix D from FM Three, tack twenty. One point one planning is a process by which the company commander translates visualization into a specific course of action for preparation and execution focusing on expected results. It's interesting to even think of the fact that what you're doing a leaders. You're taking this vision, and you're turning it into an execute -able plan so just that right there can help people and I'll tell you how. If. You don't have a vision. You're not gonNA come up with a plan. So the whole process is taking your visualization, your vision and turning it into an actionable course of action things that you can actually do just think about that from your daily life perspective right if you don't have a vision of what your day is going to be like, the day is not going to have a plan behind it. You'RE NOT GONNA. Have of course of action for that day. So out of the gate where already learning sentence one word game? Planning helps create helps the commander create and communicate a common vision shared understanding between subordinate leaders and unified action partners. Boy that's a weird way of saying team Writing Unified Action Partners actually has gonna I was saying that in kind of an insulting way, but then I kinda got into. Kind of transitioned they're in the process of saying it. This guy is not my mate. He's my unified actions partner. She where we're coming from. That's an the army will add some. They'll make up some some things like that. Team isn't good enough. We're going unified after squeezed cliche. We're not talking about the team. Is just you know you're playing games? Talking Unified Action Partners Planning results in order that synchronizes the action of forces in time space and purpose to achieve objectives and accomplish the missions.
"brigades" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
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"brigades" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"On animal. He's. His wife wife. Wife and she had caused, and these jumped on it, but like you know I'm all for gay rights God knows. But I don't know. Should we do an exciting thing? Every day we talk about not being up gay people. He doesn't do that of course. What Mike? He might even though honestly. Being honest, that can be only talks. I have no idea if he does it or not. I. Know what the meat of the show is like I will occasionally see two minute clips on Youtube. But he spent two hours every day and then I know fucking I know idea makes me that it's a celebrity interview heavy. WHO's the one on Saturday night? Live with the Butthole is the on kid. Davidson, yeah, it's got a big interview with Pete Davidson. You go to his his Sirius Xm page and like it's just being shut down your. On their on demand page all that's all he's elevating is interviews with Anderson Cooper Davidson and leading into that segment. I don't know if you heard the very beginning where they play some awful corona virus song parrot already then they're talking about it's. It's done by a guy who I guess was on American idol. Okay and and Howard is you the name of Blah Blah Blah and robin goes never heard of. How it goes, you know so, and so from American idol and she goes Oh of course I'd. Heard the whole thing is just it's just it's just shrouded in phoniness, and it's weird and I thought I was. I think about little curcumin a handwriting around the suburban. Listening to this show thing, this is the craziest most open raw thing I've ever heard. My life and I wonder now. How much of it wasn't much of, wasn't i? Don't know and I totally get which turns singing a wild man. You get older and his mid sixties now. He's not going to be the. The Guy, who was thirty, eight hundred? Why would he be and he's right? I Hate I. Didn't I know us for the strippers? And the fucking you scipion like a did did did nothing for me, so we I think that's actually a good move to get rid of that shit it just. It felt to me Donald. Especially, we also don't sell out who. Who you were now personal knowledge it like you could just say this is part of. Why was I evolved? He sang that, but here's the other thing, but then you hear the Wendy Williams in the Asian stuff and the bits they do and sound Richard you think well, he has he really no, he's trying to. He's trying to be the guy that can say. Say, working I haven't I haven't abandoned my old audience. Look at these things that I do and be the guy that fits in with celebrities now and everything and I also think about haven't talked about this last day or two. We spent some time a couple of months ago. In this is that you know the Weird fucking seminar? Had That Day oh yeah. To you know to fucking tweeted Lady Gaga odds stuff like he's just hear him. Talk about this stuff, and he's just snapped the no connection reality none and it's just amazing to me that the same media that will go after cuyler Murray or Josh Allen 'cause. They tweeted a rap lyrics when they were fourteen will accept. It was a crazy kid. Yeah, from Howard, Stern. It's unbelievable the knowledge. Knowledge nothing not yeah, he's okay wanted to race. Yeah, we talked about race. What what do you mean like a normal conversation? Like, Robin would say. What do you mean, but they don't do that? It's just it's. It was so pizarro. It wasn't even. I don't even know what to call. It wasn't an apology wasn't honest. It wasn't the ski. I don't even that was. It was spin but I. don't know what wasn't successful. In his mind. It was him being the real. Howard stern were hey I gonNA acknowledging I'm not going to apologize for Shit, but he's not acknowledging the thing that people want to talk to one point Cernan both said don't remember doing it right, which is just bullshit I. Mean you know like? Like I know I was forget certain segments from the show I believe there are things that we would all remember from stir if you were listening all, remember from stern that they wouldn't necessarily remember I, believe that okay with a sketch with her in black face and chairman Helms, these on his lap was a member of paper view so much different boys dressed in black faces Clarence Thomas I mean. He did it more than once like this. Is Something Forgetting Matter Wasco? Forgetting the Hammer episode right? Yes, right which I might a year to Ivanhoe. But he did it other times, too, and he did the voice in the affect, and it's just bullshit, and it's not again. If you just say hey, it was satirical I was younger I. Don't do it now. I, don't believe maybe necessarily, but it's fine. This is just weird, white whitewashing, history and I I. Don't get it also think it's evidence. That Wendy Williams was on something called. Because I've been saying for years he's. He's in this in this fucking bubble where he thinks that this is somehow going to be a passable response, but he's also knows that there's no risk because there's no downside. National figure WHO's got aftermath. US. Don't Great Kirkman. Hand Okay Five. Team, of Kirkman and Donald Trump Junior, saying a big, you know. Big? National media whoever I don't I don't know I. You know it's it's crazy. There isn't one and the other thing that bothers me is that no one can call in if he wants to like lie about it fine, but no call disagrees with is ever going to get on. It's impossible. No, no, no, there's no chance it's all that is. I don't think they'd take real. It's completely choreographed completely choreographed. That is a caller who they tell what to say because he knows the guy said which she says, she never mentioned the N. word. She never mentioned the sketch. She mentions it like he mentioned it. The same way of Dan says it was a spoof of a spoof of Joe and it was like a thing there. There was an overreaction and you know I know you're a good man and people. People are acting like this. It was clearly it's weird. I don't know I skipped around the episode after the Seth Meyers thing because I wanted to see if they went back to it or anything, and there was a caller that called it and wanted to basically auditioning for a job, and he was doing impressions of Right Carson and fucking like all out and Prussians. Kind of well first of all, this was funny that Howard said Oh Jesus reminded me went ahead to be brutally honest on America's got talent. But my first thought when I heard the call was, this guy would never get through. Some big like the K. Marco Day if callers got through with no one asked about K. Marco very strange, or it'd be. Yeah, it'd be like you know. If I was didn't want to with the K. Marco thing. They felt like I had to upset me in some guy called up. He's like Kirk the thing over the weekend with the thing and the Hashtag and like I. Know what you're doing, and you know you've done you know. Why did you do that? And the thing that was written was taken down. Just like what are we doing here? And the people are listening to the show must be what points turned says the didn't know about it. Somebody called him the. Ronnie Call Them. On social media over the weekend I'm like fucking. You have a wife. You like six assistance your fucking full years fucking. The whole thing is he got caught. Just fucking. Say Yeah I did it what I I I I don't get so the only other sound Steve, no. I play all the good stuff. It's just crazy. I just find it nuts, and it's over. Yeah, it's over and again. I don't want him to cancel. A sort of do because fucking. Say. But no I want him to have to address what we're talking about. Rather than address it in some weird like Oh yeah. I was I was edgy I think he'd better options not addressing it all yesterday doing the show. which is what I thought he was going to do. I think so. We've been like with a pussy. Then we moved on like there's nothing to talk about them right? You just kidding. You keep talking about how he didn't talk about. This, my guess is today. He won't talk about it again. I think it's probably done right in his mind. I would imagine unless someone big talks about like I. Keep Thinking because trump junior tweeted the blog out, and then we're going to talk about it today in two. I keep thinking. Wonderful talk about the show, but then I was like. No, he's too much pussy. Never do it, i. mean maybe hopefully hopefully you're wrong. It'd be great, but I never will be great. Poetry tweeted it. I know he's got nothing better to do. A day behind tweets. Yeah, I mean but like. You couldn't call stern right now and trying it on right. No no doesn't work that way right. You could try right, but what's number four is is still to be asshole or something for you..
India and Bangladesh: Health and environmental risks grow, following deadly cyclone
"A buffalo cyclone has hit eastern India in Bangladesh. Officials have said that it was one of the most ferocious cyclones ever seen what was the intensity of the cyclone arm. This song which cost to feed on one fifty five one five kilometer gusting up to one eighty five kilometers up as we want to Phoenix wreak havoc in the state of West Bengal and extensive damages uploading seven to stick of a single imputing cutout. The Joy I to and also accompanied by dogs need went up to four or five macos high We do not have much information on the how much land area had been inundated. You home box is the expected dot. There has been heavy damages under streets due to the inundation is actually was passed been ravaged by just be less That is expensive damage to the SPA. What communication and have enough waterlogging has several places and the Distrigas ministrations working in. Awadh putting manner the situation. So what is the current situation in these areas Do you have any estimates of the scale of destruction yet how that people people have lost lives in takeovers has been Luckily the damage has been Much less In this state of forty thousand every compared was being gone. The housing our tele-communications water sanitation agriculture will be badly impact with do not have ago some districts. Your husband is going on and More information will be available in a day or two to vote measures taken for disaster resilience. And what's being done for? Response now landfall both of men. That only got dominant overthink gone. Have undertaken massive evacuation more than one point five. Let people were always south and neo five. Let deeper in England so because of this the last that question probably the number of deaths has been quite slow as of now but the possibility that the figure might increase because the government has not yet competed plans and come up with just decided not to actively go there could be an increase in the number of as well in this state over being on the administration is working on a what manner in the affected. Districts are National Disaster Management Sports Day. Disaster-management state police provinces because on steam golf book on some Municipal Corporation Fire Brigade and the entire speed machine heavy stopping the state level are working to focus in this affected in. This is a diamond countries. Also combating covid nineteen infection in such a scenario at Govan prevention measures also being followed in the Shelter Home San Response Investigation procedures high speed challenges for on around. I would say that the government could vote for have made lots of two incommensurable people with prevention measures Shelter homes the have been A gift with the Walker insanity walk facilities hand washing facilities. Mark have been distributed Ready go for distancing have been maintained but as I said that I use on ground and district administration state government along with this Organizations are trying their best to handle the situation after causing scale destruction in eastern India. The cyclone moved towards Bangladesh. So what's the situation Dave? After the line in Bengal cyclone has now been fishing and presently dish. It is very likely to continue to move not not as North eastwards and we can all In Bangladeshi past not brought much damage can it has caused that There has been have Beata or information available from the media on damage to houses and Bleaching of embankments but the fact has not been ready coveting in Bangladesh so these are cyclone prone areas and we witness landscape destruction in the past as well. How have things changed in the last few years has the scenario improved so that these natural disasters caused minimal damage to life and property been going on made significant took five hundred management and this state of its international team last year on significantly reducing the loss of life Joining on funny. If you compare these supersized on which already signed the one thousand nine hundred nine I'm seeing people. I'm be compared compared with Ron tiny rich afford into China India. Two Thousand Nineteen it. Only sixty four people probably Golfman for the response and the professionals custody of the government has significantly improved and under. That is no doubt about it. I mean in the state over there has been locking media off the bad news particularly community preparedness and also Preparedness Assay Institution. Eleven Minister Levers Big The government has to save on sports have constituted did after the team at different Shi'as level so when it comes to on new centers post. I have some significant of that odd room for more improvement but there has been significant progress in the State Park. Shock is funny. Is Thinking Seasons External Miquelon? It'd be loop economic flaws. And we've we've been Steve Constant increase in the economic law particularly off off the economic loss to livelihood and and also in the infrastructure funding. You're increasing habet. Even need Obama's need to strengthen the of disasters governments in the country. I defensive resilience with every in your laughing planning. It'd be one to reduce economic losses due to the Faisal's.
Remote working revolution, how coronavirus transformed work
"Up so the big picture they say is that you know office closures have now forced many companies to try remote working I think by and large folks are realizing their bit more success when it then they may have thought Google said a majority of googlers will work from home until twenty twenty one and Facebook will allow all employees who are able to work from home to do so even after it reopens offices after the July fourth weekend that's their plan not just tech by the way the pandemic also prompted members of the button down brigade like Morgan Stanley and Barclays in the banking industry to add security measures to allow employees to work from home to generally positive results no this is one negative all this working from home stuff one report found that the average work days have now stretched three hours longer since lockdowns began so maybe there are some new tasks that you have to take care of in there is a it's funny when you work from home there is a wonderful efficiency to it you're not driving in you're not driving back into the computer limited distractions but I think that there are other tasks that happen that you realize oh that's actually easier to get done if I'm just in the building with my coworkers there are some real estate implications to all of this is well this is what I'm thinking about but I think I think in the commercial real estate industry they say that this could signal a turning point for a commercial real estate trend that's been gaining some steam over the last century actually since the late nineteenth century company without an office has been no company at all but as the economic outlook gets bleaker anxious executives could eagerly ditch some leases while employees work from their breakfast nooks now commercial real estate leases often last I didn't notice ten years in very few firms are currently in a position to make tenure decision so if there's a firm replace a business that has a a lease up soon I would imagine well I think they have three options signed a ten year lease which feels daunting at this point the state of the economy a negotiate a shorter term shoot at least maybe a one or two year or just say you know what this has forced our hand here and now we will no longer have the brick and
"brigades" Discussed on Nocturne
"Department high inclined to report a bunch of people out on the side of the road in the dark. What road please there until Lena Valley Road Right beside the lake? They're walking back and forth in the road with flashlights. Were aware of that. Issue there with the new brigade to what the new per game. Cheap cheap Barucha. Totten's there are about twenty five and they're all bread. Yeah Yeah I'll have seventy five sheep in the spring branch of babies fifty babies a lot of fun before you saw him along time. I keep them a year at least a year. You get attached to it I do. Yeah well you know. Some of them are are pets. They become pets because we have to raise them in the house if if Their moms are not good moms for example if they are rejected then we take them on and we bottle feed them and so they become attached to us and they're they're tame for the rest of their lives. They come right up to us. They like to be scratched. They like to be petted. They'll lean against your leg. They're kind of like dogs. That's really kind of cute. And so do you still let them go at some point or do you know no no. You can't let those sheep go. How could you you know I think most ranchers take pretty good care of their land? And you know. This community is characterized by pretty dramatic restoration efforts to try and improve the creeks and the water quality and that sort of thing through the resource conservation district. I've helped to do the same thing on other branches. We'VE GOTTEN FEDERAL GRANTS STATE GRANTS TO RESTORE CREEKS plant native plants improve habitats. You know that sort of thing. It's sort of my like my hobby. You know you wouldn't see. Passion Yeah Passion. I don't like the word. Hobby doesn't seem. It's not like a hobby. People wouldn't be out here every single night in the cold. The dark their life in the middle of the road for you okay. I'M GONNA make at least one more pass. If we see a newt we stop. I missed it so I don't think he's alive. Okay so all right same. Put My blinker own. Get my camera and get my spatula bachelors from the dead in the cameras from the line all right. We got one. Yeah Hey there's one maybe there's more more news in the night from Nocturne in a moment.
"brigades" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"brigades" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Vacheron brigades Cartier Tiffany's Omegas and all other watches even broken also all gold and diamond jewellery especially selling designer pieces like Cartier Tiffany buggery Gillette van Cleef etcetera they also by all art and antiques including all Tiffany items basically anything of value find them at two hundred west fifty seventh street on the corner of Seventh Avenue across from Carnegie Hall call the world famous APR fifty seven gallery today at two one two two four six two thousand for free appraisal and high cash offer that's two one two two four six two thousand or out of state call toll free one eight hundred seven seven two zero zero five four they can even travel to your home seventy seven WABC on Facebook is going downhill but I like it listen live on the only seventy seven WABC you know like you get out like the original original I think it's a great idea talk radio seventy seven WABC C. radio dot com talk radio seventy seven WABC hello it's red eye radio Gerry McNamara and regularly talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether your ability for just starting your day welcome to the show from ball Thailand flying J. studios this is redeye radio hello and welcome he is Gerry McNamara I'm Erik partly as we move into a choose day Gary how are you I do a really good we got a very very very very very busy day I had coming up here number one the corona virus the stock market.
"brigades" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Brigades twelve thirty five. Six twenty six another example of genealogy website, possibly solving an old crime in. Fox's Lisa lisera has the story this one in South Carolina, thirty say a website lead them to find an arrest. The mother of a baby who was born alive. Then died abandoned inside a box in a field. Twenty nine years ago. Baby was discovered in February nineteen ninety wrapped in newspaper and betting by a man, picking Valentine's Day flowers for his wife. Police say the father named Brooke Graham, as the likely mother she was charged with homicide by neglect. Lisa lacerra, Fox News twenty seven if you happen to be in New York City between now and April the nineteenth make sure that you know, your game of thrones dialect because a shake shack in the Big Apple is going all out to celebrate the final season of the HBO show by offering a special bunches, burgers and shakes. And there's a catch though, you got to order them in the language that's used in game of thrones, which I don't speak, but Christina's. Pretty affluent in that. So she's going to help me out here. Shake shack is shared some sentences that you're going to need to know when you order company also went all out in describing the Adams you can pick it up from here. Well, the drek burger karo park. Ellipse os features. It features a double Monterey Jack cheese burger sourced from the finest. Head of cattle the seven kingdoms has to offer. Right. All right now, the Griddle the by fires of drug on and Ray goal. The burger is then topped by a fiery shakes shake sauce, which is created from herbs and spices and source from the conquered cities of Yun high near and. Star painter. They are the final touches slabs of bacon. They were imported from Esso's and doth rocky delicacy so caution and maybe a little too hot for those non-target Aaron's. Right. You did pretty well with that dialect Houston the game of thrones. So the new season once that start pretty soon, I'm not necessarily sure this is being offered now through April the nineteenth. So it's gotta be right around that target date right in mid-april some sometime, I would think. I'll take your word for it. I have no idea what you just said. NBA draft is coming up. There are three teams that have the inside track at the projected top pick Zion. Williamson and guess what? There are now seven shoe companies out there that are interested in having him endorse their product, and as you know, remember he popped out of his sneaker remember that. And he had to go on the injured list there for a while. One of the companies reportedly is willing to offer him ten million dollars a year. Kid's gonna make so much money. You know, and he's coming out. He's coming out early right into the draft. And you know, he's six foot eight in lace like, oh, he's still rounding out. He's like over two hundred sixty pounds huge. So Simon Williamson has the interest from seven shoe companies count them. Great to be young great to be an athlete. I guess it's six thirty NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM off we go to the traffic center. Once again, it's John hamlet. And he's being brought to us by discovery, John. How's it looking crash watch for north Attleboro ninety five northbound at one fifty two I believe we had one there yesterday morning were slow getting up to ninety five to ninety five north onto ninety five in Attleboro a little slow as a result as well..
"brigades" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket
"Years. No ended site Harbaugh. Always had the future of picking up an NFL job whenever he wants are the rubers, correct? His case interested in coming to Detroit. I would see Gruber's about case wanted to come to Detroit. But there are rumors about wanting to brigades to Detroit, and we'll see if that continues to go on. Of course, he's been fired as head coach. I would like to see added gays be interviewed. And I'm a shot of coming to be oh, see here in Detroit changed. The culture beads approving a twenty ninth ranked Ross limit Tricia, finish what he started to this charge urged this change demand says. As a this. Go on. The tax got cut off. But I think they're trying to say the defense has been gotten a little better. Now the offense needs. Okay, everyone completely believes the fact that Stanford at his tight end released these two throat Judas career best bet that's a fair point too. Great ideas about the draft. Sorry. You will see these guys come off the board ready for you could take them because it is a huge difference further team. So fall where they are number eight. We can all just stay the winning great win agreed bay that felt as we go to honor other NFL teams that is from freight in Wixom, the eagles versed achieves DWI and warned I will tell you this. If the eagles win the Super Bowl. Which other you're going to and really don't have much of a chance to. Because the NFC it's all about saints and Rams AFC like. We're talking about we both agree is is wide open. I could make a legitimate case for everyone in the six teams. I do have the chiefs who hosted to plow playoff games winning the AFC finally for Andy Reid the Super Bowl. I've a cheese for since like we too. Preseason I had Atlanta's well. That was that was definitely a bad pick. But.
"brigades" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Brigades services contract with insurers with the stated goal of supplementing first responders, but union firefighters spokesman Carol will says they do more harm than good plenty of experience with private cruise not into. Reacting with the incident command, which is essential. We certainly have no idea whether or not they're trained to California standards. Many of them are coming from other states. Steven Torgersen runs the private firm wildfire defense systems, he tells KNX they know their role really supplemental to make the homes more survivable before the fire gets they're they're doing the little things. They're clearing combustible off porches. They're taping. Vince closed they're setting up sprinkler systems. They're cleaning gutters. And they're putting down retardant fire line the insurer. Firefighters are available to most covered. Homeowners are different from high end services hired by the Kardashians and other wealthy clients during the Wolsey fire, Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. A judge overseeing a criminal case against Pacific. Gas electric is asking utility that utilities. Explain if that any role and what role played in the massive camp wildfire in northern California. He's SPG Anita answer series questions power lines safety wildfires. Investigators have not determined the cause of the wildfire and beat county. But you. Reported an outage around the time, then the far took place and other line malfunctioned a short time later eighty eight people were killed in that far more than one hundred fifty remain unaccounted for finding ways to approve California's emergency alert systems that was focused for hearing Carpentaria after hearing from emergency management and fire officials state. Senator Henry stern said huge, gaps still remain, for example. He said the federal wireless emergency alert system was used in some fires, but not others is pretty blunt tool that amber alert style system. So we're hearing concern about over ordering evacuations over alerting. But you see what happens with under learning people die? He says there has to be a way to better refine technology state, Senator hannah-beth Jackson says one thing that stood out to her is the need to better train, those tasked with pushing out the alerts, we've gotta keep training to the point that we are able to master the technology that's available to us and try to create new technologies that are going to. Address these problems. It's an investment..
"brigades" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"By absorbing the songs of the undead by the parents. The strange brigades set and they have some strange tricks up their sleeve, mummies, and malevolent mechanisms. The strange brigade have their work charts out all them, though. And impossible obstacle, sinners, symbols and bartenders, pressure pads. What wondrous treasure lies beyond this home for skating obstacle. Pantomime phero. That made me spill my own gray unlike chalance with a shotgun, a professor wrapped in chains, and let's a soldier with the heart of Flint and a sister of the night from Kenya blessed, or perhaps it's cursed with the sites to see demons, Ben fishers, the studio design lead rebellion Warrick. And I spoke to him a few weeks ago about the game. When I saw this game game is calm. Last year, that's twenty seventeen those the guys from the rebellion studio in Oxford was no. So where do you guys fit into this? So the end of last year rebellion acquired a company called radiant worlds and changed the radio world office into the rebellion Warrick office. A low people already knew each other actually from previous companies where we'd worked together. So it was like a very, very easy transition, kind of like a smooth connection between the two companies. So we've been helping on strange hidden. Some other stuff is Jim. I went to see radium worlds with cats Altman who's the PR here that would have been eighteen two years ago eighteen months ago. So we don't have that. That was the only the twins wasn't it. So you've moved out from the ages of one, seven brothers into the ages enough this half brothers, we have an odd coincidence, isn't it? Let's let's Yuki gins industry for your of pairs of brothers. They're running Cheerios here. The game I'm looking at today seems very different from the game that I was looking at a year ago. Can you identify the changes between the two? So I mean when people look at the game at east, we year plus ago the moments that people find the most exciting in the most energetic will really apparent to us. That was the first thing that we got to see in public people played the game that build went to various other shows on. We got to just see how people interacted with the game over the last year. We've amplified those parts of the game that seem to meet the game unique and the people seem to really connect with. So it's become much more magical. I guess we've, we've led into that sailor things. We've emphasized the one thousand nine hundred thousand serial tone of the game on. We've made sure that weapons are balanced and kind of Arcadia accessible way. You've still got people on Casandra court, the fiction along with Jonathan Howard to produce the books, the Bank stories, they're all still there. You've just had to tweak the gameplay around rather than the setting or the back story. What was that quality that people were looking for then was the spawn on the wave of enemies? What was it that people really enjoyed the traps, the triggering, the tramps things? Well, what seemed to be the strongest moments in the game is when you've got a huge group of enemies coming to orchard on that, you're trying to please spin a Lord of different options to control those those guys. So you traps to trigger, you've got special tax. You can trigger grenades. You've got super powerful weapons that have limited apple, but can do lightning damage and things like that. So making the player face against powerful hordes of enemies, but then giving them an opportunity to stay in control. If they keep a cool head can think the crucial difference between this on the league's zombie army trilogy is that the toners trilogy was intended to feel like us or of eighties director. Jess horror movie, and this is much more than eighteen thirty see real. So the energies much lighter is much more funny..
"brigades" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM
"One of the german brigades and to have been brigade commander known to have stayed in france the first months of nineteen thirty eight again cross german border sometime during the week when hitler's hamburg radio speech was interrupted and went off the air that was daring deed hermoeller it caused a great scandal i remember it amused me it was not done for that reason early in nineteen thirty nine in form in constanze reported gutters entry carrying money which had been exchange in paris and brussels following day home of constanze gestapo chief rated for spy list by two men mine got have that job took two good men if he knew it meyer them even i now i conclude a week ago that you gotta and that she will be traveling home with this briefcase but you see me no hurry and so i must wait last night when i hear that friday has been taken i guess that you will now be leaving not for california i will tell you free of charge mullah that they have got no information from friday encore the others thank you but i was sure they would not i know or three most well they will take what will be given them there is a deep sickness in the german character her mola i love of pain love of god's sakes peres your moral judgments thick name get on ferry and david are americans tech and they do not understand a world as yet al fascists are not of one mind one stripe there are those who give the orders those who carry them out those who watch the orders being carried out then there are those who are half in half hoping to come in there are some in high places who wish now only to survive they came late some because they did not jump in time some because they were stupid and some because they were fastidious men for those we may well someday have pity are lost men this spoils are small that they is gone yes yes you have the understanding heart and we'll get your way someday i will watch it we are both men in trouble mullah the world ungrateful it seems to like your kind even less than it does mine now let us do business you will not get back if onsite snows you're going you're wrong i will.
"brigades" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"We don't have full combat brigades roaming around fighting conventional battles there aren't enough of them have they've been engaged in what training when you have that few troops there spirits at i've seen this firsthand most of the activists are going to be doing this protecting themselves it's it's forced protections because you don't have these basis that have all the typical defense capabilities and all the things you would like sacred sample in iraq or syria afghanistan or iraq where we'd been we had you know but your basis so you really have to spend a lot of time defending yourself so there's not enough troops there too rottweilers protection and to go out on missions now we sit those guys over there for the purpose of helping the sds to rid raka to take the way the capital that miserable successfully accomplished and that's my opinion is that once they accomplish the mission they recip there then we need to withdraw them but it's dead we basically have been saying well okay now what and now we go gonna break that doesn't move here standby we'll continue in just a moment your best weapon against vir weather storm team four gizine tom it's what we do storm team four the big plays the memorable calls and every single touchdown.
"brigades" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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