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"broadview" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:29 min | Last month

"broadview" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Everybody is cheating. Cheating all over the place. Treating a judge. Cheating at fishing. Cheating head. What was the thing earlier? That bear voting That was one more that we NASCAR, the NASCAR world as a cheating scandal. Everybody is getting interrupted with everyone. And there's a lot of stories like this that have just popped up in the last couple of weeks, but mostly you just get a debate. And the cheating world, they said we think this guy might be cheating. I'm sorry, in the chess world. They said, we think this younger guy might be cheating at chess because he's doing pretty well, and he beat the world chess champion. And then they issued a report and it's like nothing happened. Like, you know, he went to an event after that, the alleged chess cheater, and his butt. The scanned his butt to see if he had anything hidden there that he was going to be using to cheat during the tournament. So this is an update on the fishing cheating scandal that is actually serious. They said that the two anglers accused of stuffing fish with lead weights and fillets. And if you're wondering why would they put fillets in these fish? Well, it was a walleye fishing tournament. Were they fillets of fish? They were indeed. They were flailing. But they put them in, they put them around these big weights that they put in the fish so that when they picked up their fish, they wouldn't clink together. Right. So it was to soften the actual weights in there that they had worked inside this fish. And somebody got a little bit curious and cut open during the competition in the weigh in, cut open the wall eyes that these two fishermen had brought in and they were waiting every one of them. And they were just going after these two cheaters. And I didn't even play the clip because there were so much expletives being thrown around. You could see everybody was wearing the same thing. It seems to be like a very chill kind of competition. Yeah Beautiful day out, music, barbecue, people were gathered around and they're like, ugh. And then I've never seen anybody caught so red handed. The guy didn't even say anything. I don't remember him saying anything for the entire thinking. No one would catch on to that. It's crazy. It's crazy that they were able to do this for a while, but all of the people who are competing in these fishing competition this tournament with them, they had long suspected Jacob runyon 42 years old of broadview heights, Ohio, and chase Kaminsky of hermitage Pennsylvania of cheating for a long time. And they were right. It turns out they were right. They said they've now been charged though. Felony charges of cheating attempted grand theft and possessing criminal tools and misdemeanor charges of unlawfully. I did not know that there was a charge of cheating, so they literally have a charge that felony charges of cheating attempted grand theft and possessing criminal tools and misdemeanor charges of unlawfully owning wild animals. There are due to be arraigned October 26th. These guys are facing some time behind bars. They would have. And too crazy things for you. Number one, if they would have gotten away with this, they would have won $28,760 in prizes for winning the tournament. So they were on route to win 30 grand basically for cheating in this fishing tournament, probably not the first they've cheated in. The second crazy thing that really got my attention that nobody seems to talk about is if you take all of the weights that these guys had, if you take the weights out of the fish, they would have won the competition without give away. Are you serious? Yeah, they would have won by about three pounds or so. The competition, even if they didn't cheat and now they find themselves up, possibly on the way to jail for a while for doing this. Of course, you know, you don't know if they actually caught all these fish. If they're cheating at one thing, I suspect people cheating on all kinds of other things. Meanwhile, before we get into you and your dispatches, I want to talk about this guy who's been arrested and sea lane's working on putting this up in the sea it now section of the news junkie app because it's pretty damn wild. This guy, he's one of those face tattoo guys. He's all right with getting a couple things tatted on his face. You don't seem to mind it so much. His name is James Sutton and he's 24 years old and for the visual. Old enough to not have any other big life things coming. No, no, no. I mean, I hope that I hope that he's happy and confident in whatever career he has because this is gonna make it hard to get some jobs, plus he was arrested and after two weeks on the run, he's gonna be in prison for a while. But sea lions putting his mug shot up on the seat now section of the news junkie app or at the news junkie dot com, go to the seat and now section on the website. It's a statement piece. Here he is if you're watching on the stream oh my God, that's so bad. That's a big commitment. Dude, who did that? It doesn't even look like good tattoos. It doesn't even look like, I mean, good would be it. This looks like an 8th grader. I did better bubble letters in 8th grade than that. Yeah, the bubble letters on his forehead read out the word beast. The person who did that should be arrested. And then almost all the rest of

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"broadview" Discussed on Living to 100 Club

Living to 100 Club

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"broadview" Discussed on Living to 100 Club

"Give to students of your wisdom and your insights, the opportunity to give to yourself the opportunity to grow and learn. And the opportunity to surround yourself with like minded and very opposing minded individuals, but that have a commonality that they are open. And for me, that's a really exciting thing. That's an important message, isn't it? That's really an important message. How many of you are there around the U.S. so I will tell you that I used to keep very close tabs on that. I believe it's about probably around three dozen, but the thing like everything else in life, university based communities are there's all kinds of gradations. There's all kinds of universities like broadview that are literally in the heart of a campus. The apartments of broadview will be as close to the academic center as the residence halls for students. So when I say it's on campus, I mean it is on campus. And fully integrated in many, many structural ways. You could go clear to the other end of the spectrum of retirement communities that maybe are nowhere near well or I shouldn't say nowhere near, but not on a college campus, but they have visiting professors that come their community and give lectures and talks, or they have a shuttle bus that may be drives two times a week to a college campus, maybe 30 or 40 minutes away, and they have the level of engagement. So that number varies widely in terms of how many ubcs are there, depending on how wide or narrow you make the parameters of definition. Yeah. Yeah, so there are many variations on this theme and some that are just like broadview probably in the dozens, two to $3. Yeah, if maybe not even. I don't even know okay. All right. Great information. Well, it looks like we're out of time for today..

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"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

"The northwest's only all news station northwest news radio your northwest news time now 7 O 6 good evening I'm Ryan Harris and here is what's happening Seattle mayor Bruce herold delivered his first state of the city address this afternoon focusing on the homeless crisis crime and a critical shortage of police officers We get more from John lobert Let's build on the spirit of unity that concept should be our baseline not the proposition that we are perpetually divided Using words like urgency action and one Seattle Bruce Harold talked of creating a new narrative Now that's how we built the space new That's how we cleaned up Lake Washington That's how we created libraries and parks and how Seattle became one of the most desirable American cities to live in The mayor says cleaning up the city's homeless problem is already happening Over the last several months the city is closed some of the largest encampments in Seattle has seen like green Laker broadview Thompson and the Ballard commons The city is going to hire 125 police officers at a time when Seattle PD needs 350 As I said earlier the right number of police officers and the right kind of police officers Peril argues Seattle can not maintain the status quo John lobert northwest news radio A movement to organize Starbucks workers is taking root in Seattle barista trainer Brent Hayes tells northwest news radio employees at his store on westlake avenue have applied for union membership We filed for unionization in tandem with the 5th and pike location Broadway and Denny was first and then just yesterday the Starbucks reserve roastery announced they have also filed Hayes and about.

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"broadview" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"broadview" Discussed on WTOP

"Certified to operate by chef it's ten 38 Traffic and weather on the 8s back to rob stalwart in the traffic center In the district northbound D.C. two 95 after benning road we had a single left lane getting by the brush fire activity there Southbound two 95 after the 11th street bridge we had a single right lane squeezing by the scheduled work zone for traveling north on I two 95 near the laboratory road we had the right sign block for the crash scene there Otherwise if you're traveling in Maryland and Virginia the capitol beltway looking good between the American legion and Woodrow Wilson bridges no problems in Virginia on 66 in brief delays eastbound passing nutrition street toward the beltway but nothing really to write home about southbound I 95 on the brakes across the yaku kwon down to one 23 It was northbound I 95 at 6 30 and Stafford broken down track to trailer blocking the right lane then for the northbound delays between Dale City and the Prince William Parkway but traveling to continue to be open toward the Springfield interchange no problems on I three 95 up to and across the 14th street bridge your lanes are open on the Roosevelt bridge both ways between the GW Parkway and independence avenue outbound we understand We have some various lanes blocked there in bound as well so look out for that work If you're traveling otherwise on Maryland it was three O one northbound near mckendree road and seat of a road with that crash completely cleared to the right shoulder all you're traveling are open there Four 50 in Atlas road eastbound near the beltway was the report of a crash uncertain if that is there not traveling in fort Washington old fort road between two ten and broadview road that road is closed as a result of the crash investigation no problems on route 50 go into and from the bay bridge You guys are looking pretty good Southbound on the BW Parkway headed past one 97 may have something stopped in the roadway near powder mill road.

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"broadview" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"broadview" Discussed on WTOP

"The beltway as you pass toward annandale road watch for response watch out for a disabled vehicle they say it's in the roadway can't see it in our initial camera search Now if you travel the beltway on the Maryland side that's our one incident that we can see They are working on the outer loop after Ken orth avenue actually 23 stay out of the right lane They're on the right side move over for safety but no big delays all the way around the beltway That's the bottom line On the Maryland side one thing to note is I 70 in Hagerstown the westbound ramp to exit for U.S. 40 exit 32 that ramp is said to be blocked in the clover leaf It is the first in succession so you can get yourself around easily but bottom line watch for police direction Medevac landing in Annapolis force driving your spa road watch for the crash possible police direction Prince George's county old fort road between two ten the Indian head highway in broadview that is closed That is a crash investigation from the early morning hours On Pennsylvania avenue in suitland inside of the beltway they're doing emergency utility both directions quarter and spalding the signals are dark the middle of the road is blocked and there are no left hand turns to be prepared Checking southern avenue the district line between 34th and branch there are also working here traffic will alternate with half the roadway closed southern avenue between Wheeler road and Chesapeake street southeast side they have that closed and bold directions due to police activity New crash is being reported on eastern avenue between Riggs road and chillin roadwatch response and possible direction here in both directions Summer's right around the corner and YMCA summer camp registration is now open The Y offers a variety of fun and exciting camp options for everyone Visit YMCA D.C. dot org slash summer camp to browse camps and registration today Mary to pump the WTO P traffic And here's storm team fours Ryan Miller Another mile day across the region we're going to be topping out around 60° the afternoon but big changes coming in here through the overnight we'll see some developing rain and snow.

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"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle police are investigating after a man was shot near the Beacon hill neighborhood early this morning Police say one person was shot in the shoulder at rainier avenue south and south mcclellan street around 4 a.m. detectives believe the man was involved in a fight outside a nearby bar the 35 year old was transported to harborview in stable condition Local leaders say whatcom county is digging out after record rainfall and floodwaters hit the region Saturday representative Rick Larsen to her damaged areas in the county 1400 homes have suffered flooding in 60 of them are uninhabitable Larsen expects the damage estimate of $50 million to increase and believes it will be late January before the federal government decides whether it will provide federal help Several problematic homeless encampments in Seattle have been cleared out and more progress has been promised by the end of the year Here's mayor Jenny durkan As we speak there's extensive outreach to both broadview Thompson and Ballard commons So hopefully that those encampments will be resolved before the end of the year Seattle mayor Jenny durkan is now optimistically talking about an actual timeline for the homeless situations at this school in park to be resolved We know now that approximately 6 out of ten of the people who are homeless in Seattle that were supporting became homeless somewhere else The transition that brought you toms and K to 8 is already underway with some of the campers Now officially moved into the city's latest tiny house village As for Ballard commons there are still more than a dozen tens on the lawn But just a few weeks ago there were more than 50 so it appears to be trending in the right direction For months now outreach workers with the hope team have been trying to convince people to take housing and services Johnson show komo news A man was killed overnight when a car struck his ten along I two O 5 in Portland it happened around three 30 a.m. police say when they arrived They found a crashed Honda sedan that had left the roadway and struck the occupied tent The man inside died at the scene the woman driver was taken to a nearby hospital with serious injuries A Salvation army bell ringer was assaulted as he was trying to raise money for the agency outside a Vancouver Fred Meyer last night According to the Clark county sheriff's office the suspect assaulted the bell ringer around 8 p.m. and then took the cash from the kettle before running off Deputies responded and were able to detain the suspect after a brief struggle a canine unit was able to recover all the money that had been tossed the suspect is in the Clark county jail facing robbery theft and resisting arrest charges And if you're thinking you'd rather give an experience this holiday season in Washington man is offering a chance to step back in time Cuomo's Brian Calvert explains It.

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"broadview" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"The story behind. Heroes and i asked and stuff is the vocals on the job. Will you know what staff danko jenny. We got a lot on shared vocal duty. And they all do sizing jaakko. Yeah very inspirational. And i will do well when you do the fundraising young will say that. The crazy thing is just like listening. When i get tracked back from from benny. I always used to you know like i'm recording with any same thing with sars. Oh it was like okay. Now i have to share a track with with vinny so i got his track and i thought okay. How am i going to know man. I'm just gonna play along. I'm just gonna there some so we shared it is about. It's about fifty fifty fifty to forty eight percent. But i mean in favor of him but it's all there in from toronto right. That's my hometown. Where with most of my life Edit just i'm trying to fit your area lifton because it seems like a lot of areas in toronto because Very tight community tight circle of friends. Where in toronto was up. You know what i was. I was born in scarborough brindley brilliant eglinton and then about four years of age would nineteen sixty nine. My parents spot a qatar's resort in the courses in between lindsay and bob cajun on sturgeon lake on the north shore's but my parents sorry my grandparents on both sides of my family are in leslie bell. My my grandparents on my father side dundas in broadview and in my grandparents were spent. Most of my time was at car. Law in eastern carlin queen area with broadview queen. And when you know what. I when. I retired when i started working for the city of toronto. It was on eastern avenue right by right by my grandparents house and when i retire. I'm very familiar right by my grandparent's same yard to same building is amazing. Like to turn it all around. But i went to after a little while my my parents split up and started living in leslie bill in my in my grandparents house and high school was damn for tac so i met a lot of people in the neighborhood and i didn't i didn't because i was kind of a reclose you know like i. I stayed to myself a lot back then. I just worked on music. Can i just worked on meeting girls. And i met a few as i lived in every area in china. Yeah my favorite part was a carton lower really over court and bluer. I lived there for three and a half years. I'd love the culture Another portuguese community. Abo- my my children are keys. Heather beautiful combination of the portuguese an english. French is one of my favorite areas in toronto. Angry town on the danforth was funny. Because you had your sections right back. Especially these late fifties sixties into the seventies. Everyone kind of gravitated into their own little area you know. And that's that's what i love about. Canada were so diverse. you know like we just. We're a salad bowl huge salad bowl in. It's amazing absolutely amazing. I mean what on on on my mother's side it was Irish and on my and my dad's side it was scottish scottish but immigrate they immigrated to newcastle england. His father so i mean you know what the whole the whole area down there. I mean i could. I could walk with a camera crew and tell stories about the entire area and building. Send and make it kind of personal too because that's where my family grew up. That's and i just. And i feel it and i lost it. You know what. I mean when i when i retired. I kinda went. When's the last time. Am i going to be here all the city. People don't know this amazing that city toronto is an amazing city. It really is it. Is i mean i can walk in every neighborhood and show you something right. I mean i know it. Right from working with the city of toronto and that working with the city actually afforded me to branch out and see other areas i mean and other i mean i could go way back like first year. I worked for the toronto old weston road in saint clair and every friday. We would draw down on junction road. There's a place to smoke fish. And there's a guy that knew the guy in there and he would get us smoked. Fish knows days. I mean no one had a problem. Everyone was friendly. Everyone kind of code of ethics. And i mean a fridays. It was like we'd finish. Maybe forty five minutes earlier. We'd go get fish. We open up a bottle of wine you know and we're we're two minutes from the yard in. We would have a beautiful late lunch and everyone was happy nowadays. I mean you know you'd be routed on arrested and that's the way our world is going but but that's that's how things were you know. We got the job done. We made sure the job was done but we had our fun to was good time. Oh yeah combat outside trying. Oh i know i know. Where do you think the industry is right now in the house. What do you feel. It needs to get out of this whole whole bit. Fact give awesome. Well now we gotta wait for. We gotta wait for people just to smart go. You know what. I'm fed up with being at home. I get a tow the line. I mean he's still got saying. I'm not wearing a mask and walmart. I'm not doing no. I'm not doing that. i mean you know. Our numbers are going down a domestic industry as a whole. I mean you can put out album after album. You're gonna make pennies doing it..

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"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

"The U. S Supreme Court let stand a Texas law that effectively outlaws all abortion, But it's not the last word on the issue. Conservative states that have banned mask mandates in schools, consuming the subject of a discrimination lawsuit, and the feds are investigating the Mcflurry. But first the race for Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell, who is one of the two candidates who moved on from the primary election and into the general, has adopted compassion Seattle as part of his platform. For those who don't know it would mandate the city build at least 2000 units of affordable and supportive housing and keep the streets clear of homeless encampments. Joining me now is Cuomo's Matt Markovich. And this is something that Harold has been pushing for some time. He was a big supporter of compassion. Seattle. Yeah, it made no bones about it, and his opponent, Lorena Gonzalez, has said she was against it, So it's a very Clear dividing line on the Compassion Seattle initiative. Harold has always supported the idea of having some sort of Um way method to have parks, sidewalks, city owned land to be cleared of camps and, you know, compassionate. Seattle basically said that if there is no remedy for people who aren't they choose not to go into some sort of temporary housing that in the charter, it would be the city's responsibility to Possibly they could remove them from these camps that are on city property. But then again, as we're all aware you can't camp on city property anyway. Well, that was one of the things that was brought up during that press conference that Bruce Harrell had called. The laws are already on the books to keep these encampments off the streets and out of parks. They're just not being enforced. So what would Any new initiative or policy from the mayor change it will. It's it's all about reality on the ground. You know, there is a whole idea about what is compassionate, whether to leave people in place that where they like in a tent or an RV on a city park. Is that compassion because we're allowing them to stay when they have no other place to go and the cities Has this a moral obligation. It appears that they have to find people a place to go before they're removed from a particular park And yet, and that's kind of what Bruce Harrell has been talking about, Uh, the whole time here, and that's what he did at his event. Green Lake, which he, by the way, picked again another encampment that was nearby to use as a backdrop. For his announcing his plan on how to hand let's just solve the homelessness crisis in Seattle, referring to his previous press conference that he held at Broadview Thompson's school where there was the big encampment nearby. And what's the latest? There has that one been cleared out because I know he made a big deal about that that has not been cleared out. It's actually been growing in size. Although this the the there is some now cooperation. We're learning from the assistant superintendent of Seattle public schools between the school district and the city of Seattle with outreach workers going into that camp with the help of the seated city of Seattle now, before we heard many, many times Mayor Durkan said. This is a school district problem. They need to step up and deal with this camp. But behind the scenes, there is some cooperation now with that camp, so it still exists. There's a fence around it, uh, has not been removed. It's a fairly large camp and now schools underway and the school district had said that the camp would be real by by, uh, by school time, and that's clearly not the case. On that press conference that you and I were at a couple of weeks ago. We we kind of scratch their heads because Bruce Harrell called this press conference with Hey, I want to be mayor. And there's all these camps in the background. Not the greatest backdrop, not the greatest image that you're trying to portray. But in this past week's press conference, I think He kind of had a bit of a gaffe as well. I'm gonna play some audio for you and I want to get your take on it. First he was talking about where he's going to build this affordable housing or this emergency and supportive housing for those that are experiencing homelessness. Few years ago, I was talking to Patty Murray and I said, You know, I don't hear a lot of talking to federal government about Our local issue of homelessness and what we could do, and she responded by saying, Well, you know, we don't have the reasons for that sort of Local issue, and I said, But you have the land. And then Harold went on to say what you're going to see under. My administration is working with the county working with the port work with the city looking at where we have abundance lands working with faith based communities working outside of the city. We're going to see us identify that land now I'm not sure this was a wise move. On his part. Some of the worst tragedies in human history have been the result of the forcible relocation of a population to satisfy the needs or desires of a larger one. Perhaps it's a bit of a strained metaphor, but we are talking about the government. Isolating a piece of land and moving a group of people that many see as undesirable to where they are out of sight and out of mind. Well, they're planning that right now. I mean, you just look at the both the county in the city are planning to create safe lots, which was a disaster under the Marie administration several years ago. But they're set aside money both on the county city level to create an area. Uh, has not been located yet to do exactly what you're just talking about to put some people in a spot. Where other people do not want them because they don't want them on the streets in front of these residential neighborhoods, but put them in a place where there is some security that they won't be towed. Uh, there could be caseworkers there, and that's the whole idea. But I think that's happening right now. I mean, that's you have tiny house villages where people are being relocated to where they can live. Temporarily. Um yeah, there That I think what you what you just brought up is actually happening. Whether it's the land whether the federal government should give the land up or the county should give the land up. I think there's an active there's I I know that there's uh, both the county and the city are looking for parcels to create some form of low income housing or temporary shelter housing. There have been. Obviously you know, you have been buying the hotels, Uh, they're supposed to be creating more tiny house villages. But then again, when all this is all said, and done the regional homeless authority next year when they start taking over all these contracts for things like tiny House villages. Um, the director. There is not really a fan of tiny house villages. But clearly this is a NIMBY issue..

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"broadview" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"That's a great question It's i think in true gambling. You know if you're gambling against a house. That house has a mathematical bandage and The fact is we. We want to be the house. I mean i. I want to describe it all the time. We so in a way vance our commodity business. I mean this is the truth. I mean it doesn't sound. this isn't something. I wanna tell my kids. They may not be able to listen to this I tell our trader sometimes that you know when when the today show up at the office at seven. Am and they walk into a casino. And let's say it's a black floor and their job is to find the five or six tables out of one hundred that are offering eighty five. Ninety percent ought and The truth is when you when you gamble even if you're really really good at it you've probably got fifty fifty odds and and i know there's certain of gambling where that's not necessarily the case but the typical casino games. You're going to have forty three to forty nine percent odds in so in a way yeah. It's it's gambling. I mean that's part of the reason why we formed broadview group holdings as well and why partner with clay i I was doing something for fifteen years. When i was at the mash off where i felt like we were at creating real value for the world and i had this idea this concept and i i felt like it was something i couldn't pass up. Something was really passionate about. But i found myself. You know a few years end of this endeavor with that trading business finding myself asking okay. One of my gonna leave behind. What's the legacy going to be into the question. I'm not going to sit there and lie to you. I mean it's it's i think it's probably more dissimilar gambling than it is similar to gambling. But it's a form of gambling. I mean let's let's be clear about it We we we trade. In a way that i would call investing and we are longer term but at the end of the day we don't we. We backstop our trades with the ability to take physical delivery or to deliver that physical commodity. But we never intend to. We intend for it to be a paper trade. The other businesses we own We are have you ever taken a physical trade. Well not in this business have obviously other times. Been a part of physical commodity business. Been no not not in. That would be a bad day. If you have to. Loads of cattle showed us downtown. Clayton call you if that ever happens. You want to see that would like that. Yeah no but it's it's it's very insightful. Question you ask and and The truth is i..

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"broadview" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"With revenue of twenty five to two hundred fifty million and and operate build and grow. Those businesses merged into that business a year ago. a business by the abroad capital holdings that is a commodity trading business in really take long term investing principles That you know Value investing would be a Sort of a similar type of investing. That's done in the equity world applied that to Commodity investing in have been doing that now for about five or six years and Broadview capital holdings became the first portfolio company as we would call the broadview group holdings in since then we've bought another business and Look to continue to buy and bill businesses and very different than typical private equity. We are Our goals to own and operate and build those businesses for many years and are you predominantly in agriculture spaces. Or that's just where you started and you'd go where yeah that's are my roots as you know and but no we we invest in four sectors food in agriculture. Being one of those who are focused on a business to business food nag. So we don't pretend to know anything about selling consumer food products consumer products that are branded We're more in the in the business to business. Space We also invest in commercial and industrial products and commercial industrial services so The think of that. One component wants specialized segment. We really focus in their engineering products and then final space that we invest in especially distribution so high margin value added distribution where there's a really important technical component to the sales of the products is technical products usually a small Booby an example of that. So actually my partner. And i were on the board together of a business. That was a the largest distributor into the stone fabrication market so very high and very important products That are a very small part of the spin for if you're a if you're the local manufacturer or distributor of stone Stones to to residential setting..

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"broadview" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"But i still think if you're going to allocate equities as a non-professional investor. I would. I would recommend that a thousand times before i would stock picking for someone. That's not a professional or a high expense mutual fund. That's in the fiftieth percentile. What they do at the end of the day. They're destroying value. That's my belief. I'm brian mos- a farmer. Living in florence south dakota and you're listening to the vance girl podcast podcast. I'm glad you're here today. We talk with jason loxton of broadview group holdings. Jason is a very interesting character. And i've been trying to get him on the podcast for months and months in fact. I think we're trying to get him scheduled before and then it just didn't happen but now finally at long last. You're about to hear a conversation that i knew would be good. Jason grew up as a farm kid raising hogs and then went on to college where he went on to learn about banking and all sorts of things to now he runs a private equity group that raises money and ends up buying companies that are producing revenue but his whole strategy the way he thinks the way he approaches. Problems is really interesting. I found myself thinking. I should write that down and then i was just glad it was going to be recorded in this podcast so i can go back and listen to it too so i really hope you enjoy this. It is a weird combination of agriculture commodities. Talking about stocks and equities and different positions. But everybody here will enjoy this conversation because jason has such a great way of explaining things before we go to the interview. One of the things that i've been working on and loving so much are these legacy interviews. This is when a person hires me to interview one of their loved ones. Maybe it's a young child or a grandparent and you just want to preserve their memories. Their family stories their values how they came to be who they are. This has been one of the great projects i've ever worked on in my wife and in fact just the other day i received word that Somebody that i had interviewed had passed away and the family that had hired me to do. Their interview wrote Really nice letter saying how they would be able to preserve those memories. So don't it just because she thinks somebody in your family members may pass away. But i do think that that is a really powerful way to preserve their memory to preserve your memory and To capture those kinds of stories that are so important to us all and that make us who we are. So if you're interested in that you can go to store dot articulate ventures and you can either choose to do it over zoom or if you're in the st louis region you can always come visit me here in.

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"broadview" Discussed on Ayobami's Diary

Ayobami's Diary

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on Ayobami's Diary

"So i'm just like i said my bet. They was on monday night. Just got me thinking under reflecting on the past years last year. Let's see last seats you sunday. I was like when i was still young. It was good like lent. Like what has got has been immi jaw person major rule my life and i'm just thinking back like how far have grown like doing lasted like still young. I felt the podcast. I started the blog and the blog has died. Don't worry i'm going to be easier to block posts very soon. One is when we very restarted. I was going to on my bit. Dan just reflects into you guys have lent the past years and stuff like that and So i was just thinking to myself. Wow what has like. If i have like what has been mitchell person mitchell. I'm just so grateful for will put us down like last year. Like i had my as in code review. The lot to me. I realize is way easy to have that kind of relationship that jesus hat is very very possible and our broadview himself in so many ways like h up that. I didn't five four point you know as i was working there i qualified for. I go towards me like next to you. Does dishwasher know as you've listened to my past podcast. You know what. I'm talking about because actually said it to those job that i go during this look down. I expect lockdown started. Then i was on furlough as home then one of one organization. Now i'm only walks with like. Oh we need.

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"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

"Jones doesn't use that word. But he does point out the folks who had been harassed, ended up fishing. The hecklers out of the water fact that the boat that burned actually got onto the boat that they were circling after the Robocop fire was kind of ironic. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news. The driver of a semi truck was hurt this morning when he rolled his truck and trailer in Thurston County State Trooper there at the scene. Robert writer says that it happened a few minutes before five a.m. going north pounds. Green Mountains about Mile post 88. Uh, Sam. I left the roadway to the right and Andrea are the sales park that businesses Blair's I five R V. No one else was reportedly injured in the driver of the truck is expected to be okay. Very service between Seattle and Bainbridge Island reduced to just a single boat last night because there wasn't enough crew to operate the ferry to coma. On top of that. One of the two boats from the Seattle Bremerton route is out of commission for repairs, and that likely won't return to service for several days. Ferry system says that these are examples of how thin there re sources are right now the fairy spokesperson and Sterling says passengers need to be ready for delays through the summer. This is our Super Bowl. Having said that, you know, last year was pretty quiet due to the pandemic, and it looks like people have the travel bug again this past weekend we saw are hiding highest ridership that we've seen since the pandemic began. Sterling says the system is operating with just 16 boats. They need 18 or 19. And he says that there aren't enough boats in the fleet to replace all the fairies that need repairs. For weeks, we've been telling you about the homeless encampment on school property behind the Broadview Thompson school in Seattle, Spitter Lake neighborhood Now CO. Most Cara costume it reports on what Mayor Jenny Durkin is saying about what needs to happen next. The mayor says the city is working with the district to do what she calls stand up their own process. I hope that they are able to take that approach. I mean, I think that if they follow what we've been able to do, in many places using and city Operative Using city resource is that you can have a very compassionate based outreach. The encampment has been a hotbed of criminal activity, and parents want the unhealthy moved to another location or into shelter, which is a few weeks left in school. The community is calling on the district to do something. I know they cared passionately there working to do it, and so we're working with them to see if we can help them. Stand up a process Scimitars Cara Kostin, ich Komm Onis Broadview Thompson, just one of two Seattle schools that have dealt with the homeless encampment this School year. It's now been more than a month since the city cleared an encampment at Miller Play Field that butts upto Meany Middle School. The latest numbers from the state Department of Health confirmed 353 new cases of covert 1923. More people hospitalized, two and 24. More deaths were added to the list compared to Friday. Our state has now surpassed seven million. Vaccine doses administered organs. Full reopening plan is similar to our state's. It's gonna happen when at least 70% of adults have received at least one dose of a covert 19 vaccine. Oregon Governor Kate Brown hopes to fully reopen her states sometime this month. Right now about 65% of adults there have had at least one shot. This man wants the re opening to happen. I would like things just to get back to normal. Honestly, I mean, we should be able to have 100% opening, people should be able to sit on dying inside restaurants. But according to new research in the Journal of the.

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"broadview" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"From learning If he needs a coma. Police officers will face charges in the death of men. Well, Ellis Carver radios. Other bash reports, the state attorney general will announce the decision. Men Will Ellis is family says the Black 33 year old man died because he was restrained by Tacoma Cops surveillance video revealing The family wants prosecution family attorney James Bible some amount of authentic accountability for the long force Mint officers that caused the killing. A medical examiner did determine Ellis suffocated. But the drugs also played a role The state took over the investigation from the Pierce County sheriff's Office after came to light. A deputy was on the scene when Ellis died. March 3rd of 2020 to Seattle now or the city's police chief, just demoted one of his commanders, car radios, Hannah Scott reports it has to do with the police response. One of last summer's protests. He has reversed the opium misconduct finding against the lieutenant who gave the order to disperse a crowd of thousands of mostly peaceful protesters on Capitol Hill last June, using tear gas, pepper spray and blast ball. I disagreed with who should be held responsible for those decisions, and so I reversed the finding to lieutenant that was involved because he has said the lieutenant's actions were the result of other decisions made at the command level, vowing that the commanding officer would eventually be disciplined. Today is that day is that Chief announces the demotion of that assistant chief back to captain, citing a lack of confidence in his ability to be an incident commander. 15 cases of E. Coli are now linked to a yogurt sold in our states and alert about that PCC brand pure air yogurt went out earlier this month. Teachers speak up about a growing homeless camp on Seattle school District property. Alison Hard works with the special education students at Broadview Thompson, where a fence now separates the school grounds from that encampment Number one priority is the safety of our students. And while we want the best for the people in the encampment, we first need to fight for the safety of our student, Th's Jason Raines. Teachers were calling on the mayor for help, but the mayor's office says, because the campus on District property it's the district's responsibility. 5 33 cut already a real time traffic.

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"broadview" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"North Seattle's Broadview Thompson school or calling on the mayor to remove a nearby homeless camp. Natalie Powell, a second grade teacher at the school, says she has to keep her students away from the fence. Students and staff are concerned about their safety. We have parents that are pulling students out of school because of safety concerns, Mayor Jenny Durkin says. Because the campus on District property Seattle public schools need to provide the housing services. A spokesperson says the school district does not have the expertise or staff needed. Clear that CAMP Washington House Republican leader J. T. Wilcox is objecting the state's workplace masking rules. Wilcox says the state should not be making employers verify workers vaccine status before they're allowed to remove the mask on the job. The lawyer lawmaker that is his forcing company managers to document medical status is a privacy violation, and he wants that policy changed the percentage of breakthrough coronavirus cases in our state. It remains low breakthrough cases are people who are fully vaccinated but still test positive. Washington State We've got three million fully vaccinated people almost four million who initiated and today there's approximately 1000 cases that meet the breakthrough death. Finish in Snohomish County's Dr Chris Spitter says half the state's residents, 16 and older are now fully vaccinated. The state attorney general's office is it will announce a charging decision in the death of manual Ellis tomorrow. Ellis was unarmed and died while in police custody in Tacoma last year after telling officers he couldn't breathe. Medical examiner found he died of oxygen deprivation and that drugs also played a role. Local entomologists are trying to get ahead of what could be a big season for Asian giant Hornets, and you could help track them down. Entomologist think we'll see reports of the Hornets and other parts of the state, not just in Watkins County, where most of the giant Hornets have been found so far, so they want you to call them even if you're not sure of what you're seeing is actually a giant hornet rather sort through. All of those reports of You know, harmless insects that are are here. We're not going to be doing anything about just to get that one report of a nation giant Hornet entomologists say there are more than half of more than half of all giant Hornets found last year. Where, because of those phone calls, so they want you to call in any tips you might have. 5 13 now Cairo Radio, Real time traffic..

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"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on KOMO

"Showers around us like in a coma, and Shelton, we're seeing some showers still registering. But right now in Seattle, it's 55 degrees come on, Whose time 1 25. There's new data that shows the numbers are moving in the wrong direction when it comes to fixing the mental health crisis in our state and across the country. In 19 158,000 people died because of drugs, alcohol or suicide in this country more from Kemal's Ryan Yamamoto in Washington state. There was a 4% increase in suicide and a 6% increase and drug induced death. This is one of the highest rates that we've ever seen, and I can't imagine it's all this. I'm gonna get better. Because of covert, Dr Benjamin Miller says. We hope to know what the 2020 data will look like sometime this year. In the meantime, he says, it is important to reach out the loved ones is just to be there. There's power and sitting with someone when they're suffering. There's power in letting them see that you're not going to run away because they're telling you something that could be scary. So first of foremost empathy sitting there and listening and just holding their hand being there right with him is important. Almost Ryan Yamamoto reporting And problems continue to mount behind the Broadview Thompson school in Seattle's Bitter Lake neighborhood. Como's Cara Kostin Itch says that yesterday afternoon Ah man nearly died from an overdose at the adjacent homeless encampment. Andrea swore as founder of We Heart. Seattle, a citizen funded coalition helping the homeless was at the camp. When the overdose unfolded. Some of the other and housed people came out with Narc can inhalers and inter muscular injections and came down to the gentleman at which point they said he's choke. Hang on his blood. He's choking on his blood. He's turning blue. Nor can and a team of medics help bring the man back to life. Seattle public schools responded to our request by statement, saying, We continue to seek a solution through discussion with community based organizations. We welcome any assistance that the city could provide. The growing encampment simply remains had we not walk by that man would have died and he would've died on school property. Cara Costing each company's news time 1 27. Here's an odd 14 year. Some He tampered with 18 light poles in Southeast King County. And now detectives think it was a copper thief behind the vandalism. Nothing was actually stolen from the posts. But the access panels were all open. Deputies think whoever did it plan to come back later to steal. The copper prices are at the highest. They've been in a decade for copper, the sheriff's office urging people to report anything that seems suspicious. Even a light pole. Come on news time. 1 28 ABC News is next. When your celebration of life is pre paid in advance. It becomes a gift from you to your family later because no one should have to plan for a loss while they're experiencing one paying in advance, Protect.

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"broadview" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"broadview" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Is fastest 15. It's a world of news and tidy little 15 minute package just for you. Welcome to our fastest 15. Erin, You want to hear something interesting about Emerald Downs? Always. Okay, So, uh, they are, As far as I know. They're one of the only racetracks in the country last year, and this year there Going to race on you said today's opening day. Obviously correct. They're gonna race on Wednesdays and Thursdays, not on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. You know why, Uh, is it pandemic related? I don't know. No. Okay. Uh, I know a lot of people there. There was one time in my life where I contemplated trying to be a professional horse. Handy Kappa. So I was really into it for many years and still still do it. Recreational E. But anyway on your horse racing online is legal horse race betting. And there's a couple of outlets for it like TV jape. And there are fewer tracts elsewhere in the country running on Wednesdays and Thursdays. And so people across the country who liked to bet on horse racing emerald downs is one of the only options. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, and they found out they were getting so much money bet from people all across the country because they're racing on the off days. You don't have to compete with Santa Anita and Saratoga and all the great tracks in the country, and, you know, I don't know if it's going to keep that they're going to keep doing this, but they did it last year, and they're doing it this year. And it's just really interesting how it's completely turned upside down. What you know everybody's thought about horse racing or, you know didn't for a century, so they're they're cornering the market on those midweek horse bettors. Yeah, exactly. Make sense. There. You have it. Okay. That's why they only run two days a week and not on the weekends. That's my little trivia. Thank you door. You think so? Okay. Uh, let's get into the fastest 15 here. I got an email today. That was fascinating. So we've talked a lot about the Broadview Thompson K through eight, where there is a homeless encampment right adjacent to the school on Seattle School District Property and the Seattle school district. Has decided that for political and social reasons they would rather endanger the lives of Children. Then ask the city to remove that encampment. Which is just criminal negligence by the Seattle school district. And they have told the kids and the teachers or entering exit through the door. That's furthest from the drug addicts, kids. They can't even use the doors that they want. At the school, So I got an email a couple of hours ago. Laurie, I work at Broadview Thompson K through eight. They were working earlier today, looked up and saw a young white male with a black hoody blue jeans and no mask walking down the stairs. I've moved out of the way so he could walk by me. He passed by, He said. Excuse me. I stood there for a moment wondering why this person wasn't wearing a mask. I just assumed he was Staffer that I didn't know. And then all of a sudden, A couple minutes later, the office staff came over the intercom, saying teachers and staff we are in lockdown. There's someone in the school luck yourselves in your classroom. And then the principal came out and and let people know what was going on. And the person who sent this said. It's kind of a scrawny little guy and he looked like he might have been a tweaker. He said. I thought I'd inform me of the story because here's another example of a situation where school staff and Children could have been hurt or worse because of the homeless encampment right outside the gates. So we called the Seattle police to confirm this. And they said that yes, they did receive a call from Broadview Thompson Middle School. Police did respond and they couldn't find the guy. So somebody was in, apparently from this homeless encampment looking for stuff to steal in broad view, tops and K through eight, and the Seattle school district continues to allow this The Seattle school district continues to put the lives of Children and staffers in jeopardy. Because they have some far left radicals of school board who just want more homeless encampments. Have sought school property well won't risk the lives of our kids so that we can achieve our social goals. Fun believable to me. Okay, next up in the fastest 15. Then Morrison is whether singers who had a few hits on me many, many, many hit songs. But some of them that have just lasted the test of time. You just kind of feel good with Van Morrison Music comes on, don't you especially.

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Growing homeless camp on Seattle school property concerns neighbors

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Growing homeless camp on Seattle school property concerns neighbors

"Next week, students will be headed back to Seattle's Broadview Thompson Elementary School for in person learning, but come on Scary Costume Itch says there's a homeless encampment on the school's property. Neighbors say the district told them they would have the encampment moved by September. Seven months later, it remains. I'm calling on the district to enforce its own policy, which prohibits homeless encampments on school property. Just the district plan to move these people to a safer area. Neighbors from the community recently sent a letter to school in city leaders asking that the and cannot be removed because of the increasing environmental damage Crime. And told it's taking on the community in the mayor's office told me by statement that they share the concerns of the community here, and they did release a statement that goes on to say. Decision of whether to address an encampment on school property is up to Seattle Public schools. Cara Cost Image

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A Book for Beginning Flower Gardeners With Allison and Sean Mcmanus of Spoken Garden

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

03:48 min | 1 year ago

A Book for Beginning Flower Gardeners With Allison and Sean Mcmanus of Spoken Garden

"The recently invited sean. Alison to come on. Today is that they have a brand new book coming out called growing plants and flowers. And it's a perfect topic for a perfect time. I don't even think you could have predicted why it was so perfect. When you first told me you were working on this book but with covid. It's so perfectly timed. So why don't you give us a snapshot a little snapshot about the book. And then we'll we'll talk about all the things we love which is growing flowers. All those new gardeners out there especially from and our our book is called the first time gardener growing plants and flowers all know how you need to plant intended outdoor areas using eco friendly methods. I love it. It's just a catchy for his roles off you're right. I didn't mention the first part of the title is the first time gardener. And that's sort of been your audience all along through your your youtube channel and your podcast right. We definitely want to help beginning gardeners but we feel like the book can also benefit a wider audience. Well oh totally learn. Well i i think so too. And we'll we'll share a couple you know. Interior spreads for people to see on the On the show notes for today's episode. But i was looking at it too and thinking what you've you have. It is updated information even for people who think they know how to garden because maybe they have been. But you're integrating a lot of sustainable practices. I noticed in in also like a dish. Additional information pollinators. Maybe people who've garden for a long time just haven't gotten caught up on those those practices. Yeah that's true. Our book is such a range of topics really. You know. it's it's very broad view of a lot of different guarding practices. An older view of someone coming into gardening wanting to know more but not really understanding really how plants grow what they need to grow have had a handle them what to do. What impacts on the environment surrounding them. And how that impacts them versus how the impact themselves and the environment again an all hourly it. It's an interesting thing. A lot of people don't understand that as were soil moisture. and he. it's it's just it's amazing to think about things so he tried to come from broadview green all those things together to explain to a new guard. Yeah i just at the table of contents here. It's just kind of a natural progression of how you would get started and work your way through you know. I'm sure that people just want to get started and plant right away. But you're slowing slowing down a little bit and saying let's talk about the basics. I that is so true. I get a lot of questions on youtube and they're just want instant gratification. Instant answers and they're they're great questions. It's helpful to understand more of that broader scope of that foundation. Really just jump in. Let's do it's like well you're going to get more out of it if you understand that a little bit more i. Yeah it's interesting. I mean. I think people do maybe cheat a little bit and just go by that flat of primrose at home depot. Which is what we're seeing right now and you can do that. But that's a little bit different than committing to a garden or yeah so it's interesting. You really zeroed in on ornamental gardening. And there's no vegetable to be seen in this book right. We don't really speak to. I mean we love growing vegetables and then it's not what we teach

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Why The Clippers Collapsed

The Lead

08:46 min | 2 years ago

Why The Clippers Collapsed

"It felt like something was happening. There is something about the emotion. Past. Was Now you've? Seen. This isn't a story. Be The athlete. It stays with you. There Sam first of all, where are you right now I'm in the NBA bubble a new home away from home inside my hotel room and Casillas number to think twenty seven, twenty two is the room number if anybody wants to. Send packages or love one of the two But yeah, this is this is why these days. How has your bubble experience been so far to be honest committed it's gotten better. The airport experience was felt more stressful than I thought it went I actually had to masks because the end ninety five that US was one of those that does not protect the other person. So I put a cloth masks over that and then I ended up doing facial as well and it was the right move except man that first day travel psychologically I, remember just getting. Into, the hotel room just going Oh, boy that was the longest day of travel. I've ever had because mentally you can't smile at people. You can't talk to people that got me off to a tough start and then it's a nice room but the windows don't open you can't have a window open. There's no balcony unfortunately, the floor when I got here had not been cleaned so I would pay some walk and have bare feet in at the end of the. Day My feet would be black and so that mentally can after four five, six days you're sitting there going man I feel like I'm in this kind of dirty box. The other stuff that the players have talked a lot about is that even if the accommodations are fairly nice, it's just the psychological restriction and lack of freedom and knowing that you cannot go where you want to go. You can go on a walk around the perimeter, but if you go that. Direction and if you even go ten feet past the perimeter, you'll get seven days a quarantine. You know the other stuff also as it's just the interpersonal relationships and the people that everybody left behind you know whether you have a family or a girlfriend or a boyfriend whatever it is all that stuff adds up to a pretty challenging landscape had a productive couple of days. I'm going to carve out a little mental health time and there's a big pick ballgame happening. This afternoon with me in a few writers. I'm getting there. Well. So speaking of all of these challenges as in the bubble, let's talk about this epic meltdown of the team, a lot of people expected to at all the clippers. mcnuggets Oregon on time La. Twenty point lead with two ten remaining. This is absolutely shocking. What went wrong with the La Against Denver I think the broadview for me would be that we always felt like this team was potentially far too transactional if that makes sense. Somebody the other day, use the word mercenaries where it's kind of like I collide Leonard Paul. George have a ton of talent and they looked very good for most of the regular season. But in the bubble, what you saw was a team that was still learning one another in a team that wants the pressure continued to be applied by these other very good playoff teams. They did not have the fabric, the togetherness that connectivity and leadership to get through that. In Game Seven, I sat about twenty feet away from the clippers bench and that meant that I watched a clippers bench that with around seven minutes to go and I think they were down around thirteen at the time they just completely look like they gave up. This is what your best players got to elevate their game. And the clippers have disappointed asphalt. From the field. Two points in the fourth quarter. And frustrated, the stock of the heads went down the talking stopped you had all of a sudden whereas earlier in the game there was a flood of support and clapping from guys on the bench and intensity and passion. You had the golf clap clippers owner Steve bomber feeling like limber fans right now. I am absolutely shocked. Give this Denver Nuggets team a lot of credit. have taken the fight away from the clippers. deservedly. So the leadership thing is what they need to analyse going forward because as amazing Kawhi is he's incredibly quiet. We know that and Paul George I don't think has really ever found his leadership voice maybe that's just not the type of personality he is. But if you compare them to that other team in La, you know you've got a dude and Lebron whose so fogel and raise on Rhonda who sell vocal and I think if I had to pinpoint one of the biggest factors that kind of led to their demise I think it would be that. you and our colleague Yvonne Boo reported on chemistry issues within the clippers back. In January, did you get the sense that those issues were still present inside the bubble? So I don't I wish I had a better pulse on that. You Doc was kind of the main voice that I heard. I went to to other practices where I would listen closely to what doc had to say, and one thing that struck me was he would very candidly talk about how they were still learning each other as a team in the middle of the playoffs I look at the whole picture and I realize we haven't been together we haven't had a lot of time together. So I get it. You had the old guard, the Lou, Williams Pat Beverley mantras hair let group that did some pretty special things and the playoffs last year and was gritty and would play forty eight minutes a night if you wanted them to. Now, they tried to integrate with Choline Paul who came with the very different script and a very different style and combining the old and the new had its fits and starts, and certainly in the end, it seems like a lot of those things out. Cherishing teams are. The more chemistry for this group. D, better. I think that's really the tell at a tape with the season just didn't have enough time together. Paul George has been vocal about the mental toll of being in the bubble a couple of weeks ago. Paul George talked about being in a dark place whatever. The bubble got the best of me. I was just in a dark place. A really wasn't here. I checked out and SAM. You've gotten a taste of what it's like to be an isolation down there. We've just talked about that. Do you feel like Paul George and the clippers were maybe hit harder by the challenges of playing in this Environment Paul for sure I mean I applaud him for his willingness to speak openly about it, and then only he knows where his head was at in the later part of the series but I'll never forget I mean right corner. He shoots that three and it clicks off the backboard George. Why office to side of the backboard left corner he barely draws rim on three George Corner three way off short. Gets the rebound Paul George. Now, just to for ten from downtown they were more shook I don't know how to explain it than any NBA team I've ever seen in a crucial moment. I've never seen anything like that. So I don't know how Paul's State of mind came into play but I do think the clippers had a really hard time getting through all that stuff. So Sam what comes next for the clippers, they have a lot of strong personalities and obviously some divisions between them can they hold it together and be titled Favorites Again Next Year you know to be determined. There's already a little bit of a growing sense or at least questions around the League of are they is there any chance they would think about blowing this out because you got to remember to why Paul signed deals they're up next summer they can get out and and when they came to the clippers. People felt like it was unofficially you know a lifetime contract because those guys have the personal connection to the area but I think we're quickly getting reminded that if the basketball situation is not right and if their work life is negative, then you absolutely can't rule out the possibility of them changing their minds. Year and maybe sounding somewhere else you know the NBA rules are when you have a superstar a year away from free agency YOU'RE GONNA probably have to take those phone calls from other teams if you're not getting assurances and promises from those players that they're not going anywhere. So they've got a lot of questions to have answered and it's going to be painful for them to watch this Lakers nuggets series knowing how close they came.

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Why are oil prices dropping?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Why are oil prices dropping?

"Late last week. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC a cartel of thirteen major oil producers met in Vienna OPEC agreed to cut their total output by one point five million barrels. A day an attempt to stabilize the price of oil in the face of slumping demand Bright US situation. We have over two subtitled. The market is necessarily OPEC non-opec something for the OPEC needed to sell this pact to Russia which is not a member of the organization but has generally seemed an amenable ally in recent years. We are hoping that I share Is Very Important member. They've been working with us for a very long time. And I think we understand each other. Now we look forward to To good meeting I cannot see. Us Not agreeing. Because that's very important for the market and everyone is keen. Not this time. Russia refused to cut its production by way of retaliation. Saudi Arabia opened. Its taps further and offer discounts on top Saudi production. Next month will be at least twenty five percent higher than Saudi production last month. Russia then threatened to increase its production to a record. Eleven point eight million barrels a day. The consequence of the unleashing of these cases was that oil prices plummeted further and faster than any time since the first Gulf War in nineteen ninety. One the barrel of Brent crude he bought for nearly sixty dollars just two weeks ago. You couldn't sell for more than thirty six bucks today. Don't WanNA check his prices. Because this plunge US remarkable folks it was on reports that Saudi Arabia slashing prices and increasing supply this after talks with Russia collapsed prices down more than twenty two percent earlier today the biggest loss since launch of the Gulf War. If one takes an extremely narrow view of this. It's not altogether bad news. Indeed the world's preeminent narrow view taker. Us President Donald Trump tweeted on Monday as oil prices charged towards the earth's core good for consumer gasoline prices coming down. The broadview was somehow condensed into the reply to this tweet by twitter. Use a cold. Michael Hayden ought to extend to him. His full title retired Four-star. Us Air Force General. Michael Hayden former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency. Hayden spoke for many in the US and elsewhere when he tweeted simply pithily. Oh my God it is of course far from the first time that president trump has done a convincing impression of a self involved illiterate simpleton who has absolutely no idea what is going on or what he's talking about. So what are we looking at here? More specifically what in the wide world of sports is Russia playing at especially since its economy in recent times has been so reliant on the price of oil staying on the high side where. Russia is concerned. One should never rush to discount the possibility that they're just winding everybody up but Russia may also have spotted an opportune moment to strike at a potential rival America's shale oil industry. The fracking of the United States were already running up immense debts against expected future discoveries and anticipated future earnings bargain-basement oil prices could finish more than a few of these companies off prior to a recovery. Yesterday some oil explorers like dental petroleum of Houston saw their share prices have Russia may also be biting back against American sanctions against Russia's energy sector last month Russian oil giant Rosneft helmed by Longtime Vladimir. Putin Associate Egos session was punished for transporting Venezuelan crude. I'm sure there will the efforts to get around the sanctions already. Rosneft is doing this. For example by changing the names of ships or ship to shift transfers to try to hide the Venezuelan origin of oil. It remains to be seen how long Moscow can outstay a Riyadh while Russia cannot compete with Saudi Arabia's production nor is it as reliance on oil to function oil revenues thirty seven percent of Russia's budget compared to sixty five percent of Saudi Arabia's Russia has suggested that it might be open to renewed talks with OPEC whether these happen or whether anything comes of them or not. This would not be the first time that Russia has chiefly pursued a policy that hurts Russia. As long as it hurts everyone else. More

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Fertility doctor accused of impregnating at least 11 women with his own sperm

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

Fertility doctor accused of impregnating at least 11 women with his own sperm

"Fertility doctor who inseminated up to one hundred women with his own sperm has been fined ten thousand dollars a hundred dollars a woman doctor norman barwick who ran broadview for tilleke clinic and ottawa canada a gay patients his own sperm instead of that of a donor or their partner or mixed up samples the misconduct which dates back to the seventies was uncovered after one of the children became curious about her heritage and got a genetic test while a second developed ceac disease a genetic condition that neither parent was a carrier for rebecca dixon found out that dr bar one was her biological father when she was aged twenty five describing the impact she said for a while i felt this associated for my with my own face it's as if the person looking back at me in the mirror wasn't fully me anymore cat palmer realized with rebecca that their dna matched describing his actions as an appalling and reprehensible at the college of physicians and surgeons at ontario said he betrayed patients trusts your actions deeply affected individuals and their families and caused irreparable damage and will span generations rebecca dixon said she felt repulsed him contaminated when at the age of twenty five she learned that dr borrowing was her biological father not her father her mother her father had been unable to produce sperm and so they win with fertility clinic and you know wow her father dance at his world was turned upside down to rebecca is our child but then she's not our child she is but she's not i it's just bazaar and they find the guy ten thousand dollars and said he's really all he's eighty now he's he's a fight him and said you can't practice medicine anymore all right okay former candidate number

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