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Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Like defensive coordinator. Gordon what is this hollywood whose failing upwards here you know i. It's interesting because ten wins can be urinate win team. Where things bounce your way you get a couple of bounces in two games in your team. I feel like harbaugh had a few eleven wind teams that only one ten games because of all the bounces went against him. And that is a bomber and again the the quarterback thing is everything we we said. It's like if you have a good quarterback you can mask a lot and a good quarterback can win you. Jay was saying. Get those quarterback guy who makes the place when you need him to me. It doesn't have to be the best quarterbacks in the nfl quarterback.
Johnson and Johnson Pause Won't Delay Vaccinations, Says White House
"White House covered coordinator Jeff Science says the government was ready for unexpected events in the fight against the coronavirus, including the pause and distribution of the Justin Johnson vaccine. I want to be clear that this announcement will not have a significant impact on our vaccination program and sciences air, plenty of vaccine supplies available from Madonna and Fizer. FDA and CDC announced a. J and J paused due to concerns about some very rare blood clots. Science said the national vaccination program remains on track and argued no one should be hesitant about
White House Addresses Johnson
"Biden officials are bracing for the possibility of a weeks long disruption to the johnson and johnson vaccine supply which comes or could come on the heels of that factory. Mix up the one in baltimore that ruined up to fifteen million doses of the vaccine a couple of weeks ago that said white house cove response coordinator jeff signs said today no matter what happens. Johnson johnson vaccine. The biden vaccine plan remains on track. We believe there's enough vaccination vaccine in the system during adviser for all americans wanna get vaccinated by thirty first to do so not long after he made those comments. Co pfizer piped. Up to save his company can deliver ten percent more pfizer doses than previously agreed to by the end of may which should help make up for the shortfall. Keep in mind. Those extra. ten percent doses are more than johnson. Johnson has been administered altogether. Okay johnson johnson has been a very small sliver of american vaccination thus far the pause on the use of johnson johnson vaccine was technically just a recommendation from those government agencies but most states immediately halted use single-dose vaccine along with major pharmacies. Us military most americans with johnson and johnson shots scheduled in the coming days saw them cancelled rescheduled. Some states quickly switching those people to other available vaccines today. Dr anthony fauci said that anyone who got the johnson johnson vaccine more than two weeks ago should be in the clear so someone who maybe had a month or two ago would say. What does this mean for me. It really doesn't mean anything. You're okay because if you look at the frame the timeframe when this occurs it's pretty tight from a few days six to thirteen days from the time of the vaccination
CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine
"And Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are calling for an immediate pause in the use of Kobe 19 vaccines made by Johnson and Johnson. There have been six cases a rare blood clots and people who received the vaccine. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. The White House insists this won't slow down vaccination efforts. In a statement. White House Covert response coordinator Jeff Science says the FDA and CDC announcement quote will not have a significant impact on our vaccination plan because of ongoing production delays. So far, Johnson and Johnson doses only represent about 5% of vaccines administered in the U. S. In addition, he says, the government has secured enough doses of Fizer and Moderna vaccines for 300 million Americans. Zion says they have enough of those vaccines to keep up the pace of three million shots and arms every day. And, he added, they're working to get anyone who had been scheduled for J and J quickly rescheduled with a Fizer or Madonna appointment.
Dallas Announces at-Home Vaccination Program
"Of Dallas and the visiting Nurse Association teaming up to get Kobe 19 vaccinations. The residents who can't get the vaccination sites, emergency management coordinator Rocky Bozz says six teams of Dallas fire rescue paramedics or administering shots, the homebound residents, the 16 room, dude. Approximately 72 vaccinations per day. They on the travel time and the vaccine and the observation bosses program utilizes the Johnson and Johnson single dose covert 19 vaccine.
Biden announces US has administered 150m Covid vaccine doses
"Biden announced the United States has administered more than 150 million covert 19 vaccines in the 1st 75 days of his administration. It means a shorter wait for those not yet eligible in their states, even though finding an appointment can still be challenging in many places. President has also said that by April 19th all American adults will be eligible for a shot. Dr. Becerra should care is the biting administration's vaccine coordinator who spoke this week to our medical contributor. Dr J. But an ABC s Aaron capture ski Seems Doc. We're making good progress getting shots in arms. But that may not be enough to stave off these variants. Well, there's been a lot of progress over the last many weeks we've administered as a country more than 165. Million doses. This is a big deal, and it is a long journey, so we really need to make sure that we're keeping our guards up. Can you give us your best estimate of the time line from there? One will most Americans be vaccinated, and there's a lot of discussion about herd immunity. When do we expect to reach that? It's hard to really predict when all adults will be vaccinated in this country for many, many factors, So we're pretty confident we're gonna have enough supply. The second piece. We have to pay attention to would be. Are there enough places for people to getting vaccinated? And we know that this is definitely moving in the right directions. There are literally thousands and thousands of community vaccination centers across the country. Tens of thousands of pharmacies by April, 19th will be available and we know that FEMA is also running community vaccination centers and partnership with states once we get to the 40,000 retail farm See locations activated about the 80% of people in this country will be within five miles of the location to getting vaccinated and then making sure that we do have resource is to support with transporting people back and forth if transportation is an issue, what about
Biden to rush vaccinators, testing to hard-hit Michigan
"The by the administration is rushing federal help to Michigan which is facing the country's highest rate of new coronavirus infections in a call with president Biden yesterday governor Gretchen Whitmer says she made a request we have asked for more vaccines calling for a surge of doses to states like hers facing outbreaks the White House says that won't happen the fair and equitable way to distribute the vaccine is based on that the adult population by state tribe or territory instead virus response coordinator Jeff science says the administration will help Michigan administer the doses it already has more efficiently and is ready to send more personnel meantime Whitmer's urging two week suspensions of in person high school classes all youth sports and indoor restaurant dining Sager made Ghani Washington
Houston QB Deshaun Watson's lawyer granted emergency hearings over women's ID
"The attorney for Texans quarterback to Shana Watson, calling out his client's accusers, demanding they go public with their identities to give Watson a chance to defend himself. Napolitano has those details. Sean Watson's attorney, Rusty Harden, was granted an emergency hearing by the Harris County District Court in Texas as he is now pushing for the release of the identities of 20 of 22 plaintiffs suing the Houston Texans quarterback claiming sexual assault. Misconduct. All but two accusers are using the pseudonym Jane Doe and Harden says the attorney behind those civil lawsuits. Tony Busby is using anonymity like a sword against Watson, who is now losing sponsorship deals over these allegations. Texans defensive coordinator Lovey Smith mom on the subject during the press conference Thursday for me is to stay and learn how to stay in my lane and I don't know enough about that situation. Watson continues to deny the allegations. Matt
UN agencies support response in wake of deadly floods in Timor-Leste
"Un agencies t more less committed on monday to do all. They can to support response efforts. After torrential rains triggered landslides and flash flooding in the capital dili and other parts of the country in addition to wreaking havoc on homes buildings and critical infrastructure communication networks and electricity's are set to be disrupted in some of the worst affected areas the un resident coordinator in timor. Lest roy trivedi expressed his deep concern especially for the women and children who are often most affected by natural disasters and of thou to work with the authorities to mobilise all possible resources to support the response. Meanwhile the un world food program country director dodging the l. said that the priority right now is to continue evacuating and relocating families. Most affected
Big Companies Like FedEx and Nike Paid No Federal Taxes
"Now it's 5 42 new research confirms the staggering death toll from the Corona virus pandemic. The number of U. S deaths. Normally change is less than 2% each year. But in 2020, it rose nearly 23%. That's according to research from Virginia Commonwealth University, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The researchers say covert 19 accounted for roughly 72% of the so called excess deaths from last year and disruptions caused by the pandemic. We're likely Cause of many of the remaining excess deaths. I'm a steak at a Baltimore factory that ruined 15 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine is not expected to affect how much vaccine Virginia gets next week. Virginia is still due to receive more than 200,000 doses of Johnson and Johnson vaccine next week, But future delivery schedule of Johnson and Johnson is a bit up in the air doctor. Danny Avila is Virginia's vaccine coordinator. He says Prince William County is close to Moving to face one see throughout the Commonwealth as soon as Sunday local health district will have the option to move forward into Phase two and everyone age 16 and older in Virginia will be eligible for vaccine. By April. 18th Michelle BASH w T. O P NEWS HUNTER Biden the son of President Biden is speaking out in a new interview with CBS. He claims he doesn't have any idea whether a laptop at the center of a controversial New York Post story was his But when pressed further on that, Biden did suggest that there may have been a laptop that was stolen from him. The story detailed a computer purportedly belonging to Biden that was left at a Delaware computer shop and never picked up in the Post reported that emails on the computer raised questions about Biden's business connections in Ukraine. The interview with Biden airs tomorrow morning on CBS Sunday morning is going to air it nine o'clock, Many big companies are paying zero federal tax despite pretax profits. Report. Washington Policy Group says more than 50 of the largest U. S companies paid no federal income taxes. Last year, the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, says 55 companies, including Nike and Duke Energy, paid zero in taxes by taking advantage of tax breaks that were preserved or expanded under President Donald Trumps 2017 Tax code overhaul. $2.2
Connecticut man uses magic to teach kids about environmental issues
"Cj may is the recycling coordinator for the city waterbury connecticut but that's not the only role he plays to help the environment. I wear several different hats. And one of them is indeed a wizard hat in his alter ego as cyril. The sorcerer may use his magic to teach kids about environmental issues such as climate change for example. He performs a routine that helps children understand how various sources of energy affect the climate. I pulls a short rope out of a toy wind. Turbine then he pulls a long rope out of a toy oil drum and even longer rope out of pretend lump of coal he explains that the length of the ropes represents how much carbon pollution each energy source generates then using sleight of hand. He makes all three ropes the same size and tells the kids that electricity from each source works equally. Well may says that magic can grab people's attention in a way that facts and figures often do not and while he has kids attention he makes sure they understand that climate change is serious but there are solutions and everyone can make a difference. Magic shows us that even in the darkest of times when we're confronting a global crisis. We can do amazing things when we put our minds to it.
Trump White House COVID-19 coordinator Deborah Birx says most deaths could have been avoided
"Former White House Carnivorous Response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says most of the more than 500,000 US covert deaths were avoidable. In a new documentary Out on CNN Sunday, Burke said that while the first wave of deaths was likely The country could have avoided the death toll of future waves if people had implemented more social distancing and shutdown
White House says vaccination pace needs to keep up
"The White House says some two and a half million Americans are being vaccinated each day on average virus response coordinator Jeff science says the nation needs to keep up that pace the next five weeks to meet the president's goal of two hundred million vaccinations by may that is the equivalent of vaccinating a sell out crowd at Yankee Stadium fifty times a day Zion says three new federally run mass vaccination sites will open in Boston Norfolk Virginia and in Newark New Jersey states are moving updates for younger adults to get vaccinated and more doses are on the way there is a case for optimism but there is not a case for relaxation with officials noting daily virus cases and hospitalizations are again rising Sager mag ani Washington
Biden Assails Georgia Voting Law as ‘Jim Crow in 21st Century’
"Folks to these people ever tell you the truth ever. Do you ever ask yourself that. Are you ever embarrassed to be a liberal. I'm serious do you wake up in the morning convinced you're on the right side of history despite a coordinator copious of facts. Kicking you in the kahane's every morning. Nothing you're saying is true voter. id and georgia. That's jim crow. Various happening right now in california virginia and new jersey's jim crow no not that those are democrat governors. Oh it's only jim. Crow happens in a republican leaning state. Does that make any sense. It does if you're a moron. Voters are with me really based on. What the polling. That three quarters of voters with you. That means voters are with you. Twenty five percent of people. Support your position. That means voters are with you in. Joe biden's math world of al gore math. He's probably right however in the same universe with the laws of arithmetic apply. He's absolutely wrong
Are You Ever Embarrassed To Be a Liberal?
"Folks to these people ever tell you the truth ever. Do you ever ask yourself that. Are you ever embarrassed to be a liberal. I'm serious do you wake up in the morning convinced you're on the right side of history despite a coordinator copious of facts. Kicking you in the kahane's every morning. Nothing you're saying is true voter. id and georgia. That's jim crow. Various happening right now in california virginia and new jersey's jim crow no not that those are democrat governors.
Monday’s blaze uprooted more than 45,000 mostly ethnic Rohingya
"The reindeer refugees who lost everything in a massive at a camp in southern bangladesh. Need the world support more than ever. That's the message from the. Us emergency relief. Chief mark lowcock his released fourteen million dollars from a central fund to support thousands of families that coupon camp in southern bangladesh. Monday's blaze up rooted more than forty. Five thousand mostly ethnic ringer. The cause of the fire is still unknown. As is the exact number of casualties at the camp. You in children's fund spokesperson. James elder told you a news shortly after the blaze was brought under control u. n. team on the ground have been reporting. I've the last twelve hours that they have not really seen anything at the scale and intensity that has ripped through homes. You've got ten people living in a small shanty as a family or as an extended family so you end reporting at the moment that at least fifteen people dead four hundred missing tens of thousands so again already living a very difficult situation tens of thousands of lost what they call their homes. And what have a mega positions. They had a statement on thursday. Mr lowcock described the refugees who fled what top officials of liken to ethnic cleansing in myanmar. In two thousand seventeen as one of the world's most vulnerable communities they need our support now more than ever as the covid nineteen pandemic continues to take its toll and with the approaching monsoon season. The un emergency relief coordinator explained.
1,500 undocumented immigrant teens now being housed at Dallas convention center
"Thousands of migrant teenagers are awaiting their next step. While being held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas. Volunteers with Catholic Charities and other groups say it's taking about 3 to 4 days to process the migrant teens at the Dallas site. They have different reactions. Some are traumatized from their journey summer traumatized from their homes, volunteer coordinator Hilda Duarte says. It's not always easy to find existing or foster families to send the Children too. It's a process but amid a continued Sergent the border the goal is to find good homes for the teens as soon as possible.
Public helps increase Snowbird Fund
"This is national native news. Antonio gonzalez three tribes in alaska are participating in a pilot program to collect data and provide solutions on a community level to missing and murdered indigenous. People katyal brian van wa- spoke with officials about how the new project will change their approach on active and cold cases at the beginning of the year. The us attorney's office for alaska announced that the department of justice would embark on a pilot project to address the missing and murdered indigenous persons epidemic in the state which again tribal council in dealing ham is one of three alaska tribes that volunteered to be part of the project. Each tribe will develop a tribal community response plan tailored to its needs resources and culture. According to a study by the urban indian health institute out of twenty nine states alaska ranks fourth in the number of missing and murdered indigenous women. Tribal administrator courtney cardi says the importance of statistics on a local level often. Native communities are researched by outsiders in the situation. It's very important that especially with such a sensitive topic but our council is able to work with families directly to quantify the issue and demonstrate that ourselves versus having outside organization. Be that for the drive meets with the us attorney's office as part of a forum to increase communication between communities and public officials. Ingrid cumberland's is the emma p. coordinator for the us attorney's office in alaska. She says that a key to reduce mvp cases to establish connections between tribes agencies and to implement solid tribal community response plans. We we really just need to build those relationships and and make sure that everybody is as soon as possible so that we can get working on any incident at the quickest possible moment. Brian schroeder the us attorney for alaska stressed that it is important to establish communication and transparency before crises occur. A large part of what this is is getting all the parties involved all the stakeholders involved to start talking to each other. Now you wanna be able to talk ahead of time and know each other and open those lines of communication to young's plan will serve as a model for hub communities like bethel nome more information about the pilot project can be found by contacting the us attorney's office in alaska and billingham. I'm brian vanua
Women Share Why They Fight For Reproductive Justice
"Welcome back to ordinary equality. I'm jimmy wilson a writer editor and feminist activist. And i'm kate. Kelly human rights attorney and feminist activist. Today we're talking about an issue that has been undercurrent of a lot of what we've covered so far reproductive justice it's a framework created by black women to center our needs in the midst of a movement that has ignored us for far too long. This episode we're going to discuss some of the reproductive injustice. That continued post emancipation. And how it spurred the founding of a movement bill to address the inequity and the mistrust caused by centuries of reproductive oppression at the end of the episode will learn white folks myself included can do to better center marginalized and underrepresented voices in this conversation. And what organizations are doing on the ground to ensure reproductive justice the slave breeding industry we discussed in episode three left a painful and persistent legacy in this country. Professor jennifer morgan talked about how the historic commodification of black bodies set the stage for ongoing mistreatment of folks embedding generational trauma that persists today that shamas sits beneath much more recent oppression of reproductive rights throughout most of the twentieth century. Eugenics campaigns flourished in the united states quickly becoming the dominant scientific view. The goal was to exterminate all so-called undesirable qualities in society through often-forced selective breeding and sterilization mental illnesses criminal records unwanted racial traits low intelligence levels and even poverty were considered undesirable indicators leading scientists. Believed that all these traits could and should be selectively bred out of the human population by any means necessary as we now know all of these ideas have since been proven to be as false as they are immoral. Time and time again. In the heyday of eugenics thirty-three states allowed involuntary sterilization on groups lawmakers claimed were unfit have children in california mental institutions. Alone about twenty thousand for sterilizations between nineteen o nine and nineteen seventy-nine unsurprisingly. People of color in immigrants were far more likely to be selected as an undesirable group worthy for sterilization mainstream. Scientists pushed these views. As fact margaret sanger the founder of planned. Parenthood got involved in the eugenics movement as she tried to promote reproductive rights. On october sixteenth. Nine hundred sixteen sanger opened the first birth control clinic in the united states. In order to push the idea of birth control rights forward. She consorted with leaders in the ever growing eugenics movement. She even personally advocated for selective breeding herself in one thousand nine hundred ninety one article. She wrote quote. The most urgent problem. Today is how to limit and discourage the over fertility of the mentally and physically defective as damning as that is. There's more to the story. Here's loretta ross. A professor at smith college and former national coordinator of sister song women of color reproductive justice collective on sanger's legacy her involvement in movement. But i also contextualized wbz devos was vaulted with the jenex movement. And so because it was a popular pseudoscience at that time a lot of people were involved in it. And so to single out margaret sanger as the demon is trying to eliminate the black race is just bad historical research because in fact. She was far ahead of her time. Even i called in a sectional list one day because in nineteen teams retired nineteen sixteen. She about poverty. She wrote about racism she wrote about all the inner sexual issues. We're talking about now. One hundred years later she was so ahead of her time and so she was an accident. Early intersection analyst. Who made some mistakes. But then everybody i know. Who's a human being makes. Mistakes if i wanted to do an analysis of everything dr martin luther king junior it wrong. It's an attention. But maybe they demonize him as they do margaret sanger. Many anti-choice advocates claim. That singer sought to eliminate black people from america altogether. That couldn't be less true. She focused the spread of birth control on poor communities many of which were largely populated with people of color. But it's because they were more likely to be susceptible to unwanted pregnancies and she wrote in one thousand nine fourteen enforced. Motherhood is the most complete denial of women's right to life and liberty. It's definitely disturbing to read about many of sanger's eugenic spaced beliefs. Today though she later repudiated everything. About the idea of selective breeding we still have to contend with the damage her involvement in the movement when a well known figure participates in such a harmful ideology it may provide others the justification to do the same. Her language may also have sowed increased wariness and communities of color after atrocities committed by nazi germany on earth. The terror born from the disgusting ideology of eugenics the vocal public support for the movement fizzled and most sleep died in the united states. But for sterilization continued behind the scenes for decades and still takes place today as we'll discuss later in the
"coordinator" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"Hi everyone. I hope you all are having a great week. Start to your week middle of the week end of the week. Wherever you're at vacationing may i. Don't think people listen to islamic asia. Only only in your hopes and dreams. Maybe the dreaming. Yeah well all right so before we get started. I have a review that this is a great series. T-bone does a great job of getting to meet of ways to improve our dental practices and clinical skills by giving real life examples from his own experiences. He cuts through the fluff and keeps the conversations real very interesting and you get the meat tank to the meat of it. Well before we get started. I do have an update Our digital implant continuum courses are filling up fast. So if you've thought about implementing and starting Implants with the digital workflow. You should come visit us in raleigh patients. Yeah both weekend. What do we call that program. Meredith the digital implant continuum sponsored by three dentists. All right. let's get to today's episode meredith. I want to have a conversation with you before we bring crystal on. Let's talk about the what and the why of a treatment coordinator You ve talked to the probably thousands of office. Now that have come through our training program. What do you think how. Many what percentage of offices you think have a treatment coordinator so i would say close to half probably have a dedicated. Wow that's more than i thought. Yeah so you know. People often ask me. What is it treatment coordinator. How does it work. And really what i what i suggest they do. Is they think of it as their salesperson. Not necessarily outside of the office sales but the person that closes the deal. They're concierge in terms of helping patients get through treatment. That's the person. Yeah and the way. We like to make people champions. This is like your treatment gmbh absolutely so You know so you know. I've had a treatment coordinator for a very long time and then after melinda left the office after she retired five years ago i was about five years ago probably a year and then we didn't really replace that position we tried and didn't work out and then everyone tried to do at one day we can. I didn't work out and so it's been something on the back of my mind that i wanted to do. And so i highly during covid we put the out. One of our front office team members had decided not to come back And so i put out for the front office team member and we were going to. The intention was to interview for a replacement for that position but ultimately we found. I found two candidates that i liked and then when i met crystal. I felt that i really felt that she would fit this role very well. I don't think i conveyed it to you very well crystal that that's a maybe thought about jesus. I probably did. Of course i probably didn't communicate never told me you had a position for me just not know where it was going to be. I knew it was gonna be. I just didn't want to tell you because sometimes that can scare people right. You know that for many offices that are new and unknown position and things like that. So yeah i. I kind of capture the dark a little bit. It's kind of how i how do i keep well. I think that's also playing it safe because as a treatment coordinator. She does have a lot of busy work. She's we have an office to the side she's not upfront But sometimes when you put people away or in a closet or in an office they disappear. You don't see what they do especially bringing someone new in the rest of the team. It's just it can be. It can either go really well or it can easily not go on. I think we had tried it with. Maybe one or two didn't go to hot so i think that's why might to me the intention was. Let's get you started in the front office you know. Let's let's get to know you before you put you. In my opinion what is a very important position. And let's kind of go from there you know and let see and hopefully get involved in so so merited you know the story of how crystal started the treatment coordinator that crystal. Can you explain that to us. How did that work out where we dedicated you to being a treatment coordinator person in the office. You had basically told me that. If i didn't put myself into that position and i waited on you that it'd be waiting for a while so we've another time or two or three or six so basically what was happening is after. I got comfortable with you. I had expressed a desire to have you moved into that role. Okay and i didn't quite on my own understand how to do it. What that looked like in a little bit of my perfectionism was kinda getting in the way and then you know you had mentioned. Hey and then you had like a great person. You had lots of questions you know. I probably wanting you to buy a little worried about your job. How do i do this all that stuff and yes at some at some point i said you know what i i really. I just didn't have time to think about it. I just said just do it just to go in there. Take take control if i have questions. Ask them that. Make you feel uncomfortable very uncomfortable being in a new office with girls that you don't know we have all ladies at office. Yes we don't have any girls. Well what venture ladies A bunch of new faces. You don't really know how that's going to be perceived somebody coming in getting a big office and just kind of do. I think we do need to cut off the half. We deal new. That's exactly what. I was saying into office with two other own. I have a huge the biggest office out of everyone. Caesar's so i so it was very uncomfortable. I'd say the first week or two very uncomfortable once. I finally got more comfortable and kind of got myself position where i needed to be. It got a lot better and did did i. Do i want to be very honesty. Did i do a good job of what this position was what i thought it was going to be. What it meant to me half-and-half. It was kind of vague. Black and white. You knew what you wanted. Just kind of weren't sure how to get there..
"coordinator" Discussed on Brock and Salk
"Round. And i think the only two possibilities would be jamal and bobby and man would that be huge huge risk and a lot of conversation question number brought him up earlier bruce arians is but he is back in the he's in the super bowl view wendy's the hall of fame. Is that what you're saying. I was going to say how much what is this. Make you think of bruce. What doesn't make multiple times coach. Terracotta a the coach of the year. This year no eat regardless you thirty one win it in indianapolis indy. Yes multiple time coach of the year. one super bowls as a coordinator took two teams to a super bowl. If he wins the super bowl. There is a legitimate bruce. Arians hall lock. Here's a hall of fame walks with a win or expert. So i know so. How could he not be mike gene character. Clausen football excuses. Probably know the you said. Look at him now. Every time they show him in as little giddy up on the sidelines. Do you do use it and have the same that all and discussed or is it softened at all this season is it because he's out of the division or why is he so much less annoying. I didn't even hear from. I think i just i think it's mostly will hear from otherwise. I think he would still bother me the same thing. I mean you do have to give him some credit here. Okay yes he. Lets tom coach and but but he does. And he doesn't meddle and interfere. He s he's still. You know the big trees. But he's let byron left which go with it yes even through adversity of losing three and four games in the middle part of their season. And kind of call and tom out and and walk that delicate line to still have an edge. Which tom has been used to for two decades. And you know helping that crew. Come together and i'll tell you man those guys you can see it. They they love to play. They believe in their in their in their in the back. They'll line is really solid. The additions made if all paid and those dudes play freaking hard play hard and to have one three road games in this one and beat the chiefs. The i think bruce arians. That's a legitimate conversation down. The road is a hall of fame to what you said. This is the second super bowl. What was the first. There's no wizened grizzly so. Let's correct the record. Police tell me why. tell me. please about bruce arians. I like to hear that one. That's how it goes as a coordinator for the steelers coordinator. Yeah we usually handle. That's how i'm not buying that. Thank you question number three to bring the good thing. I'm here to correct his one leg right or did you get to with ariza guy with withdrew with his. He's got to thank you. Bring up all right. Question number. Three broncos fast. Decay cow retiree. I think i was watching. If you guys watch so. You say bolt documentary i am. I didn't know such that. Yeah yeah you should watch it. It's very and then you would love this. is i. Get as a remarkable his training in jamaica coach in jamaica. It is just awesome. I am bolt so you should absolutely.
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Hey said. Hey. When you look at Raymond seen I, I've heard a lot of guys say. They, feel like Kansas City. Is the same that they have to go through if they WANNA make it to the super. Bowl you guys do the same way about the Ravens and does that make this game? Any more important than the next? But thank you. Obviously, this is the this is a big time football game. You know there's no way around it. You know Monday night football. Plan against you know Super Bowl contenders plan against, you know a team that has really one most of their games since you know Lamar is taken over quarterback. So you know I think for me any other game, but you're obviously the emphasis this you know it's only it's only going to be one first round by this this year so I thank all these conference games are important. you know especially when you plan against, you know teams that you know are going to have the chance to to Kinda take that spot. So those are very born game for especially you know where we played against the chargers and even how played you know in the fourth quarter against Houston Suhel of Opportunity Great, Tony, fuss, and and I know will rise up. Pete, Sweetie. Be. A attire just one off the field question yet registeration event this week I was wondering how that went and I know it's been appointed Memphis's for you and patches how that effort has been going for you in general stemming from that abandoned leading into November. Yeah. I'd probably say it's all been going well you know religious just trying to do my part You know be a vessel for people to gather information to to do is necessary to to make change in our in our life and our world, and so You know have a great opportunity a great platform to be able to support others help others get to you know way need to go. So we'll continue doing that even you know outside of voter registration. Will continue to trial best to. Impact the kids impact community you know in a positive way in just trying to push the world forward a little bit..
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Huges heard from Eric B enemy and Steve Spagnolo, and now we continue on which he special teams coordinator Dave tope regarding Harrison Blood Kerr you a little bit earlier in the Aussie or encamp. Powell. He's increased his rain. This year is his thinking back to the time he got to the chiefs. This is his. Range is that typical for a guy who's been in the League now as long as he has, is he extraordinary in that regard and also I know what's and decision but how comfortable would you in on that final kick? How far would you have been comfortable with that? I mean the way he was hitting it. I mean if if you guys have gotten another penalty, would you been? Okay would you be comfortable kicking that ball that day I would have been comfortable kicking another one because he was. So on point that day he was hitting the ball so well in pre game, and then at halftime he he hit another one and we just really felt comfortable with the way he was hitting the ball and it's kind of like when you're when you're playing golf in, you're hitting the driver. Well, you hit a dry you hit the driver well all day and he was like that he was He was in that mode. So even if there was another penalty I think we've probably you know we would have the discussion I'm sure we talked about it and. I would have been all for for sure as far as his strength You know he's Kinda different than other kickers because. He works I mean I. can't explain how hard this guy works i. mean he is such a dedicated guy and so I mean he comes in here and after our meetings in the morning, he'll spend two or three hours in here just watching tape he watches every every other kicker that that kicked every kick that happened that week. He studies the field that we're going to be kicking on. He knows the science of the game. You know he's he does it so well, and then he worked so hard on the field his off season this year he worked so hard. He got so much stronger it was noticeable right away and as soon as we started kicking, you can see the the ball explode. He's hitting a ball pure. This year we just got hope he'll be keeps on going like that. Going to Herbie. Got Her. Coaches.
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"But what he did and maybe how close he's getting to to join in the other rookies and getting more repetitions, and then I know you've talked a lot about Lamar Jackson. But specifically, Lamar Jackson the passer right? He's known for his legs. Is So far out seventy five percent of for the year I mean he appears to be better does he looked better on date you? It looks for a tremendously I know better I thought it was pretty good last year. But look at his guy that has a real strong I. Tell you what he puts the ball. Throws a ball where they can catch it. I am really impressed by when he fell into that tight end especially on crossing routes and he's got a tremendous deep ball. I don't know where it comes from that. He that he's not a passer etcetera etcetera I think sometimes that happens when you such dynamic runner. But listen he throw the ball effectively and we know that what was the beginning part of the? A Willie Gay. Yes about. listen we will always hopes to play as many guys as we can Madhouse does a great job with Willie Matt Brit. I think he's progressed pretty well, you know he has guys in there really that a little bit more experienced than at his position that he plays this adjustment you gotta go through. So he'll find his way in the. We'll hopefully keep continuing to add on plays and reps and practice and find his way to the game. Scholastic Matt Derek Gordon. Nee, coach you touched on a little bit of Jackson skillset. Guide and you see a lot of other teams and I know last year you had like Alex Brown back their practice replicating what he can do with his legs. How do you prepare for? You know a guy like Jackson Tennessee is so different from a traditional quarterback. Yeah. I listen this been going through this years and years and football. When you have a quarterback like that it's very hard to simulate. What they do, and it's hard to simulate there blocking up front tied to simulate the all the polls and all the motions and shifts that they do you know, and that's part of coaching defense being a player on defense. You know that the first time you go out there and see this offense it's going to be ten times faster than what we've done in practice. No matter how good we do it. So, we got to hope that we come up to speed with what they're doing quickly. That's the challenge of that first series to be quite honest with you. can survive that first series you know. Give. You give you a team obviously, some good field position not give up a lot of it. That's going to help us but it's always a chance. We do the best thing we can do I. Think guys do a great job of film study. And I think with a quarterback like this in an offense like that. I think they have right now I think this could be really important. Coach. We appreciate your time today. Thank you. You got it. Espionage Nation presents the SP nation NFL show five weekday episodes to get you through the grind of the NFL season. With your favorite espy nation community leaders. You'll get reactions to what happened on Sunday film breakdowns. Fearless takes loco expert analysis, fantasy,.
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"Amtrak's your clothes out. Good. How you doing today Good Hair. No, you're familiar with Clyde Edwards hilarious game from from Lsu but just wonder now you've seen for a few weeks on the practice field are close any thoughts on his game and maybe whether you've learned anything about him over the last few weeks now I'm I'm GonNa die hard Lsu guy so. I've saw his tricks before you know he's got here You know more impressed about the the the the team teammate he's becoming assuming the lack of interacting guys younger than them older than him You can see him taking coaching taking criticism. You know not everybody can be coached by Ebay. You know So to see a guy still smiling you know after the tough days I think that's that's joy to see and then I'm. Just, looking forward to send him get out there and do what he does. Best I. Think he's GonNa be a great fit in no fire offense. I think he's GonNa be somebody you know coach Reid can really count on and can really stay up late at night trying to find a way to get him mismatch So I'm looking forward to it. You know he's a guy that obviously can can run the football really well, has vision is great. especially. For a rookie could see all the holes even back. and then in the passing game, you know I think he's a guy that can really like I said cream matchup problems for posing defense. So I'm just looking forward the other teams try to cover. Our team, you know when they get five out. So I I, think clouds going to be a big part of that. Tyrant appreciate your time today my friend. Thank you. I'm curious just as far as how the roster ended up. You know how you feel about special teams group in particularly some of the guys that you feel can contribute immediately. I. Think it's Great. I think they did a great job kind of it kind of worked out the way we thought it. Would we have great communication here? So you know visas a real good job and making sure that there's no surprises you know. So everybody's on the same page and we know when changes are going to occur. And really, it worked out kind of like just just the way we wanted it to and. You know I'm really happy and pleased with the guys got. Go to Pete Sweeney goodfeet. Good Morning Dave I have two questions, I. Harrison buttered sounded like he came back a little bit stronger in the off season I was wondering if you have a range in mind of course, I know when they'll go into that but in a vacuum where where do you feel comfortable and then secondly, what type of year do you think McColl Hartmann is going to have what? What are your expectations for him gay I with Bucker I think He did he had a great off season he worked hard. You know whether it was lifting weights is diet and Getting out and kicking I. think he kicked a little bit more off than he hasn't been passed and He came back strong. I mean. I I'd say he probably increases range by about five yards. who his other range last year I think was. How would probably take them back fifty five you know we could probably take him back to sixty in a vacuum I mean it's it's unbelievable but he's that strong obviously when the that's the big factor win. The weather obviously cold weather. Has something to do with it but in a vacuum, I think he could hit a six yard and I feel pretty good with it. As far as far as McColl. McColl is we're expecting good things from coal he. He I think he's going to take a major strides in. His kick returnability I really think he's on the verge of being being really really good explosive. He's explosive already, but he's GonNa be even better. So we're excited about him the way he's developed..
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Morning to you. So much info all about maybe the first game being administered the office efficient. Not sure what you're GonNa see I'm wondering could that be the same for you from defensive standpoint particularly in the secondary because you have so many new players you have the ability to blue guys around doozy that could give you guys in the advantage. In some ways maybe unusual for comfortable. Yeah. I mean I hope so I guess a little bit. The depends on how you deploying your offense. If you're a big team that looks for matchups you know maybe they'll just try to find some guy if you're a team that just attacks the scheme. they probably have a pretty good bead on what we do replaced twice and maybe they don't feel as much pressure that way. I. Guess it a little bit dependent upon how they look at things and talking about offensively. But hopefully, we'll have enough wrinkles in there where we can. Give them at least a few headaches. We're going to go online and take three moral. Go Rob Serene Adam go rob. Banks. Morning. I've heard other defensive coordinator talk about other concern with tackling because most of the teams early May lean on the running game especially with the new guys the the amount of tackling you didn't have in the preseason. Where's your concern level there? No question my number one concern I'd echo that from if that's what people are saying I. I. Agree One hundred percent. We've tried to simulate as much as possible. We didn't have a lot of live periods with a little bit of tackling that way but I think the coaches, assistant coaches done a great job giving or getting it done as best they could. We got a big heavy bag out there trying to hit and try to put him in those positions and I've I've taken. I. Don't know whether this will help or not. But every day we watch. Tape of tackling. I'm talking about good tackles how to tackle. So maybe it's a visual thing. But it's a concern we won't know until we get in the middle of the game and see how some of these guys react. To Saran. Coach thank you for the time a couple couple of questions first of all. Number one you were talking about the juries need. One of the things he had in college is playing corner and safety at one personnel guy I talked to toggle. Told me you show me a guy that they can't really figure out where he is in college and he comes off my board right now that was like a big negative and it seems like maybe the NFL's gone exactly the opposite direction right that that hybridization that safety that can come up and cover the slot the. Slot that roll back is maybe more valuable that maybe that's flipped in what was seen as a negative Dowa tremendous positive. So I I wonder if you could comment on that and then if you could just say what it was that flashed about the young defensive lineman in warden in Harris and how Dan it's just Kinda. What what it was that I got those guys on this team. Yeah. The the first one I've always seen the. A college player that plays. Different positions to me as a positive amid tells me he obviously at least has pretty good. Football smarts. It's not I mean in college football today defense is a pretty complex so and I thought Jay function pretty well as a safety because we had to be certain convinced that he could function on the outside of a corner and we did and he's done a nice job but it's interesting that you say that funny how people think of something in two different ways but did look at it as an advantage Your second question on the young guys. Listen we've been really pleasantly surprised with a couple of guys that have come in here and didn't we didn't really know a lot about but you're talking about Turk warden. He's been a nice surprise. Coach daily has done a great job with him damone. Harris was with us I think about the mole night. When he was with US last year and of course, he got little bit but we know what he can do and Mike Dana another pleasant surprise those two guys I'm talking about. Turkey and Mike. Listen for guys that have not been in the NFL very long they shore operate like true pros they learnt that somewhere along the way. But from the standpoint we and we noticed that in those zoom meetings. I remember coach daily talking about both those guys specifically How much he was looking forward to working with them because in these meetings you're doing right now he was thoroughly impressed and they've just those two guys just continually. impressed. The coaches. Go to Adam Tyson for the last one. Good. Steve. You touched on my Dana minute ago. But wanted to ask you about him also about Taco and what you've seen from them, which may be learned about them in the last few weeks practice maybe give us a peek at what their roles might be when the season starts. Yeah. Good question I mean Taco look listen he's been around legal, but he's Long What behind him I think he's growing might maybe I'm shrunken who knows? But he listened he's got a skill set We're going to try to get them in the right spots. Mike Dana on the other hand. Looks like a guy who who kinda has a little bit of both any was it Michigan a guy that played inside by both me and you know first and second down run stop and I think he can. Get on edge and and give us a little bit in the past. But you know I don't know if we'll get to get him inside or what his role will be completely probably try to sprinkle some things in there for him initially. But listen when you go in the first game, I don't know how many the alignment will carry the the The active list but all of those guys have play who's ever up I mean guys on haven't played sixty minutes I. Hope we don't play eighty three plays like we did the first time we played them but however many number of plays we play the D. Line is going to have to rotate. So whoever's up we'll get some playing time. Coach we really appreciate your time. Thank you. You gotta thanks. Hannah.
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Way to go far getting prepared to play on Thursday I'm just wondering how much you believe in what he said and curious if you could get. Her ready for Thursday. Well, I know what? Coach O'Brien say okay and and I'll say this just being on a team that loss. In a playoff game. To a team from the previous year, they're going to be fired up. So regardless of what he says I know that team is going to be fired up and excited about coming in here on a Thursday night prepared to come in and and and and put it on us. The thing that we just got to do is make sure that our intensity. Also that we're mentally physically prepared to go out and do the things we prepare ourselves to do. So regardless, all coaches speak don't mean anything when that whistle kicks off, you know what I mean. It's time to go to work. Yeah. Everybody wants OTA's everybody wanted all the extra time to prepare to get to this point. But you know what we're a couple of days away doesn't matter those guys are GonNa be ready to play regardless. Got Time for a couple more guys Adam Tyson the name Taylor go down. Eric, how're you doing today? What's going on and by the way we've heard that word you sat right at the star. We heard you say that a few times on the practice field so don't feel bad. I wrote my reputation. It's already there a lot of people know about it. You talked about Clyde maybe on the first drive certainly you remember the first time you gave the ball cream hunt when he was rookie yes. So because out you, you say especially Clyde. Now you know what Guy Score field that first time. So his day as as a former running back and as a former running back coach, you address the issues of turnovers. We've hit that with guys since we started preparing for this team and one thing that we do know in the League, the first game is always the highest number of fumbles, our turnovers in a game. So the thing that we focus on his make two guys understand hey, boss. Security is the utmost importance we do know of we protect the football, our chances of winning increases higher. You know there's a number of drills that we can do, but also to just making sure that guy's a focused in on just protecting the ball guys are running to the ball because sometimes things happens in guys got to put themselves in position to make sure that being accountable in being there in the right place at the right time but you never. Go and talk to a guy and say, Hey, you know Koreans I carry. He fumbled the ball. Well, no, that's not the deal as a running back coach or a former running back coach in coast dealing has addressed this woody. Two hands on it in traffic, tighten the open field on the way down make sure your spirit in going down to the ground. At the end of the day you WanNa. Make sure your hand in the ball back to the risk. Nate Taylor to close out nate. Air I'm interested to hear how you're. You are see Klein as receiver right based on what he did Lsu last year in the simple fact that you guys don't have preseason game. Statement him catching the ball your offense just out to see that element of his game authors. You know what I'm looking for. Here's the thing. I'm looking forward to watching the kids play and there's a number of things that he put on tape in College. We all know how tremendous of a runner he is. He has greatest next between the tackles as run he has great feet and traffic As good as he would have liked to have been in protection, he's worked as. A Co. stealing and also he's done a heck of a job a working with patio line and making sure he understands all the protection calls so he can do do the right things we'll call it upon but also to he's done a heck of a job out of the backfield for his entire camp of catching the football he's a football player that happens to play the running back position and we're satisfied with all the progress that. He May as May so far, and the thing that we just wanted to do is just focused on being the best of who he can be don't need anything more of him I just need him to go out and focus one play at a time and understand that. Hey, when that Klay comes and you have an opportunity to be great, just make sure you have mentally physically prepared yourself this week for that defining moment on Game Day. Gb We really appreciate your time today. Thank you. Thank you guys. Take care. Good to see everybody here, we'll look forward to Thursday practice it's getting long. It's been a long time. But Thursday will certainly be here in a matter of time we'll be ready to go with I'll open up. Start with her go at Herbie. Coach. The.
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"We got to hear from all three of the chiefs coordinators as they get ready for Thursday night against the Houston Texans when the coordinators done safety tire and Matthew took the so in the first half this podcast, you'll hear from offensive coordinator be enemy and defensive coordinator Steve Spagnolo. We'll hear from and Matthew Finish up with special teams coordinator, Dave Toe. I up here is the offensive coordinator of the chiefs Eric Be Enemy Good afternoon coach. Glad to see you're fired up. I had a question that is pretty simple. The major difference with your offense. This year is the new running back and Clyde Edwards Solaire. So what to this point tells you he's ready for the lights. You know what we put into do a lot of different tests I as a training camp. He's had an opportunity to get out there work with the ones obviously our training camps tough. We WanNa make it tough just because of the way we practice, we practice with a high volume of reps we practice at Games. And on top of that, it's okay if he makes a mistake that they now we wanna do is see how he handles those mistakes. Now, everything that we do in practice obviously cannot simulate a game as far as game speed all the collisions that will be may one bayonet we do know the kid has mentally and physically prepared himself at this point, but he does understand that. Hey, when those lights turn on, it's time to go and you'll be ready to go. For go ahead. Make. Coach along those same lines one as a former running back how much you can relate to maybe what he's going to be gone through Thursday, and if you could imagine yet your day few coming in NFL opener without preseason games with you know on defending super. Bowl. Champs. The At Ashley, we live in a different day and age and I had an opportunity to have six weeks training camp in you know the stone age days when you went to a days every single day but I will say this Akitas worked as tail off He helped Lsu, he helped his team to win a national championship he had to grind and claw. To get to that that spotlight to that position to help him to be the number one back in that particularly. So he understands what competition is he understands what it takes to play underneath the big lights. Now, he just gotTa make sure that he's ready to transfer it over. Once we kick off on Thursday biggest thing that like, I've told him and. I know the hardest thing will probably be that I drive because these emotions are going to be A. He's going to be hyperventilating and he's just going to be so excited about being out there. But once he gets tackled the first time you know what? It's all football he's lining up between the Hash. He's doing what he does best and that's why we drafted him. Let's go to Michelle Steele go ahead show. Hey, coach. Good Morning you've worked with PAT for a while. Now are there ways that he continues to surprise you as a quarterback What have you learned about him this year? Good morning show good afternoon. I should say you know what every day you learn something new about pat and just the way he comes the word how he handle and conducts himself in meetings he's always very very critical of himself and he's always looking for an answer. So those are the things that you love about it because he's competitive he wants to he always wants to be right there is no what if he was wrong he's not shy about admitting or saying, Hey, you know what? I screwed it up I. got to give a better pass or I didn't call us particular play the right way. So one thing that I do love about him is his melody. One thing that I do love about him is this competitive fight about him and every day you know just being in that room and watching this personality grow not only with this office but also with his peers has been something that has been very, very motivational, not just for me but everyone that surrounds him as well. Let's go to Herbie -til her. Good morning actually good afternoon as you pointed out earlier. A seems like we're about ready to end around one hundred between Jj Watt and Mitchell Schwartz, and there's a guy who appreciates the competition level of football itself. What's what's that like for you on the sidelines watching to perennial all pros go head to head. You know what is its first of all? Will bless a fortunate to have this opportunity to watch him play because Schwartz has been doing this for a long time Jj has been doing this for a number of years and just watching those to play you know sad part is that on the office side of of it all you know miss and get all the the limelight such as jj but the thing that I love about Mitch, he's a he's a you know he brings. His hard hat nist or his lunch pail to work every single day and he's GonNa go about his business. Now when it comes to taking on Jayjay he'd just GonNa be the same consistent professional player did he is he understands how jj plays he's going to be consistent with his past. That's hey, you know what sometimes you might get jj sometimes jj might get him but that's not going to stop it from being a very best of who can be. It's GONNA Steve Walls Ahead Steve. Eighty. What's going on? Much Texas coach Miller Brian say what speaking to the media a? Long.
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"And the three of us might have our raiders radars going. There's no way yeah right and also that it makes you freeze as this person seen partner where you're like well then i'm not touching you anywhere rain and so what i a big part of my job is like helping actors get really specific like let's talk about where let's talk about hands vs mouth tongue no tongue. Let's talk about what qualities of touch like are we are. We like feathering each other's skin or are you. Are you ticklish. Like what we trying to say in the scene you know if it's a romantic scene like that kinda stroking caressing cradling. Little kisses kind of thing is like where we wanna go with it. If it's more of a passionate seen than we're doing more grabbing around like sexualize zone so like butts wastes chest maybe hands on back like really grabbing gripping squeezing pushing polling like. There's a lot of that going on so we want to make sure that we're getting really really specific about where and how we can touch each other and with what parts of our own bodies and that just like mostly does not happen without intimacy coordinators. I mean some actors can do that for themselves. Are and i don't want to say can will do that for themselves. Everyone can they just might not have the. How did it happen having three years ago. I mean do you just hear horror stories from actors and actresses from jarring scarring. Madda used to go down the worst one that i've heard i've heard this. Numerous times from numerous people is that there was a show. I just won't name the show but it's also been written about widely but Where they wouldn't close down the set and the crew would all stay on an onset while they were shooting scenes and call out positions for them to track. Yeah yeah just the general crew like. That's what i heard. Yeah but i mean an and you know. I've i've also worked with people like nothing has ever made me uncomfortable. I've always felt safe onset. I'm like that's fantastic. That's so much what. I prefer to hear the alternative but then i've also just heard like absolute horror stories. I mean it's all social so much like not necessarily legalities but it's like we are following like the sad guidelines and what the writers are like. There's so many different things to keep track of. I'm like how the fuck where they doing that before. And intimacy coordinator right. I mean that's that's the other thing that makes this job seems so necessary is like it's not part of your job as the costumes person or as the ad to be comfortable talking about sex and bodies like job qualification for you. Why are why is the base camp assistant director the person in charge of like making sure that actors get their modest garments like it it should. There's no reason for that to be the case and so intimacy. Coordinators are there to make sure that we're like having these conversations in in formal enough ways that it feels professional but also in very candid and open casual ways so that we don't feel like we're talking about don't know science and like you don't want your intimacy court you want an intimacy quarter. Make you feel comfortable not to make you feel like it's a clinical situation. One thing that i keep thinking about. And i'm curious about how you manage anything. It's both related to in like onset but then in you know civilian relationships too but onset. It'd be something where you feel like. I i wanna get hired again. An upcoming actor actress and i wanna do this thing. I want to be good to the director. I want to be easy to work with the show range while on. Also if you want to be good to the people that are paying you. Yeah and it's which sucks because it puts you in a position like an hr person where it's like okay. I want to advocate and do my job as best as possible but this person pays my bills right and then but then it's in terms of like a regular relationship where there is no money exchange involve potentially. It's more along the lines of. I want this person to go out with me again. I want this person to date me. I want an amount like that itself can be not coercive but like. It's definitely a factor. It's almost it's almost more. Like i want this person to me again. And there's a power dynamic. I want them to have a good impression. There have to be a power dynamic. Feel like when there's there's always a playmate yeah yeah this person debussy and they are more wealthy and famous than what if they're not more wealthy and famous. There's you can still. I fucking is always more. I'm thinking specifically of hr experience as a music where it's like in the old school when i worked in the music industry is that part of this. I wanna take out of power nimick adding a whole nother layer that we can get into after that. I think it will remove it when but when you're dating someone there doesn't have to be a power dynamic and you could still have that feeling of like i want them to go out with me again so i want to be the coup girl. Do this well things are coming. One is that because there because when you were dating we almost never have like identical identities. There's always a power dynamic but So i was talking to my new friend slash crush and And and we were talking about this like this issue with consent. Which is that. Sometimes we do things that we don't wanna do and like sometimes that's okay. Sometimes it's traumatizing and sometimes we bargain with ourselves and part of the cost of getting something that we want or need is a little bit of trauma and this is really really really touchy really complicated. And it's definitely not like consent one. Oh one it's probably consent like eight. Oh one you know but we're just like diving in here. Where sometimes we do things consensually. That are not safe for us and what is important. What's crucial to that is. Maintaining our sense of agency Even if part of what we're doing is consciously giving up agency and we're also we also need to be able to like know how to sort of care for ourselves and preparer nervous systems and then bring are sort of nervousness back down so that's like a really really complicated part of consent but also not exactly what you're speaking to in terms of like my personal life. Can you rephrase. Can you ask the question. I think that is what we were speaking to. And i like the way you put it with like have these bargaining tools with ourselves because these are yeah. This is the part of consent. That's nuance that. I think also makes people feel gas lady to themselves because they're like. Yeah but i did consent to it. But i'm uncomfortable with it and then like i feel like media tells you you're traumatized there's so many shades of it like you're saying and what what does that mean about it. It's so it's so complicated. Yeah i think. I mean i talk a lot in my work now about like getting consent from yourself i and what that looks like and sometimes what that looks like is actually what we were doing before which was like getting really kind of Nitpicky about our property and being like oh what what did that mean. And i've i had an experience recently. Rose like i don't like how i said that word. Let me say it again. I could hear that. I sounded judgmental. And i'm like. I don't even believe that you know and and so we can gauge our own property. We can notice like oh interesting. Like i just got really quiet. My voice went of high. That must mean that. This is kind of difficult for me to talk about. Or like i stopped making eye contact with you or like i'm fiddling with with the court on my headphones cut like i must be nervous right so like checking in with ourselves about those kinds of things helps us then recognize what is going on for us. And it's also a really. Those are strong indicators. That like maybe this is a no for me. And i'm pushing.
"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT
"In twenty thirteen before Sean. Got There the northeast. Florida Regional Council released the Regional Action Plan on sea level writes. This was essentially dipping our toes in rising waters and the way the community looked at it. Was that silver is is threatening other communities in Florida and that we believe it has the potential to threaten our community here northeast Florida so in that same time period in two thousand fourteen. The Public Private Regional Resilience Committee was formed as a committee of the council. So this is the P. to Archie Committee. So so when P to archie was formed there is a question asked who are the movers and Shakers in northeast Florida. And who can guide this discussion for it and the answer was the business. Business Community in northeast Florida. I think we can confidently say that the business sector the private sector is extremely important in making these developments happen so a broad range of industry professionals from insurance legal fields engineering architecture and many other subject matter expertise bridges gathered in this PTO Arctic Committee to create a list of action items that we could pursue to make northeast Florida more resilient besides convening community conversations on resilience the regional council also collects data and develops tools planners like a website that lets people find the threats to specific locations on a map of northeast. Florida Florida so you have a map to the right and then you have all of these data layers to the left that you can turn on and off and you can play around with to understand. The region's vulnerabilities. So on the top up of the data options we have things like critical facilities population density low income population densities one of the first water layers that are featured are fema flood hazard zones so flood insurance rate maps. That tie into flood. Insurance rates are featured here. So if let's say you're in North Florida and you own a home you can look at where you are in relation to flood zones. Let's say you WANNA purchase a home. This could be a great resource to look at in making that investment decision and then the next data layer that we have is storm surge so there's extensive statewide work on understanding storm surge throughout Florida. So what this tool does is put that into one centralized location and it shows you you wear storm. Surge would go on land from category one to category five storm and then we have two other data layers as well. We have depth of flooding at different intervals or storm events. So if it's really dark blue that means there's going to be much more water if it's light blue it'd be less. And then in addition we have a sea level. Rise layer that uses. Noah mapping to look at sea level rise from a one foot increase to a six foot increase. Where this tool gets really interesting saying is that you can overlay those flares are there's water layers with social layers in wildlife layers so the regional council also recently launched a survey survey on resilience? What were your findings from that? We asked all sorts of questions. Like what are the most important things that your government should be looking at. Is it storm. Surge is is it silver is is it green infrastructure and. We're still organizing those results but at the end of the survey. We asked some big picture questions. And I think think one of the most insightful ones and this is for all seven counties there were six hundred seventy two participants in the survey we asked. Is Your community doing enough to address stress resilience planning and the overwhelming majority of respondents said. No eighty-three percent seventeen percent said yes. So what this tells us is that there is a long road ahead to figure out how to how to deal with these situations and these topics before we move on. I WanNa take a second and talk about the regional council's relationship with the city of Jacksonville in the fall of twenty nineteen. When the Jacksonville City Council was going over its budget councilman Ferraro suddenly suggested ending the city's annual financial contribution to the regional council? I was assigned to that and my first year and I had a difficult difficult time figuring out what they do for our city and I never really got an answer and as I worked at work at work through the last four years. I've I I found. There is some things that they do but but as as taxpayers were not getting our money's worth and nearly four hundred thousand dollars Jacksonville's annual contribution is larger than any other member of the Regional Council and makes about twenty percent of its annual operating budget. The city stayed in for now but she's expected to come back up in the twenty twenty budget cycle. Despite this potential threat northeast Florida's most prominent regional effort to address the level rise and his employer. Sean says there's a lot of positive momentum Jacksonville right now now. Starting with the two new committees the city created within the past year to look at sea level rise. There was the Adaptation Action Area Working Group which was very focused on long-term priority already areas for addressing resilience and then there was the storm resiliency and Infrastructure Review Committee that was more focused on short-term objectives of how we can improve for storm water systems and a lot of really valuable information came out of the work of both those committees and I think it's laying the foundation for how we're going to move forward. The work is is continuing this year with a new Brazilian committee made up of City Council members who will hear from experts around the state of Florida. There's a lot of mental right now in Jacksonville and elsewhere so there's these regional collaborative forming all around the state. There's the southeast Florida climate compact the recently created e central regional resilience collaborative and the Tampa Bay resilience coalition. And then. We're also seeing chief. Resilient officers being hired by different municipal local governments around Florida and counties is to address local concerns related to resilience planning and then there's also leadership at the state level in Tallahassee. So governor onto Santa's one of his is priorities as governor is to address a lot of the scientific issues and environmental issues. We're facing as a state and moving into the future. So he appointed appointed a chief science officer at the state level and then also appointed a chief resilience officer. Who is Dr Julian Nashua? If you haven't already listen into our conversation with Julia Watch she's one of the six people we hear from in this podcast. So there's a lot of action happening right now. We're going to start hearing a lot more about the specific topic and I think it's all positive as long as we can target in on what's important for our state what's important for our communities and and I think the the meaningfulness is GonNa come out of finding tangible solutions that we can implement in a realistic manner. So do you have any closing thoughts. I think a really really meaningful picture that advise everyone to go home and look at is. This photo of the damage left behind from Hurricane. Michael in Mexico beach out in the Florida panhandle. So there's this photo of this house. This big house built on stilts it's elevated off the ground it's an a coastal area area. It looks completely fine. It withstood the impacts of hurricane. Michael it was built resilient and it it was still standing all around that piece of property the rest of the community essentially looks like it doesn't exist. Everything was just completely devastated. Devastated if your house is still standing but everyone else's collapses what's the property value of your home or your business so I encourage urge everyone to think about all of the dynamics that tie into this conversation when we're talking about resilience. I think it's important to think about what what steps can be taken to protect the entire community not just specific neighborhoods or groups of people and I think when we start having those robust meaningful conversations. We're really going to find answers that brings together. That's Sean La. The resiliency coordinator for the Northeast Florida Regional Council to see that photo. He was talking walking out of that House on Mexico beach. Check out the web version of this conversation at adapt Florida Dot Org there. You can get to know all six of the people profiled.
"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT
"Recently in two thousand sixteen and then two thousand seventeen with Matthew and Irma? There's a lot of water here. And we love in northeast. Florida live on the water. So we have that. Lana Ocean the intercoastal and the Saint John's river and and we've built homes. We've developed our businesses all along these waterways. It's important to us. We look at it as a sacred entity these waterways but in addition to that we're starting to realize that water levels are rising. And we're seeing things in San Marco for instance like nuisance flooding where the sky is blue. We're not having a storm event and you have flooding in the streets so I think some of these hazards are are starting to become more visible when in the past. They haven't been so. I met one individual two weeks ago. WHO said that the pipe leading to an ice maker in their home there is a high tide in the water from the river pushed through that pipe into the ice maker flooding the kitchen? So what's happening opening in essentially San Marco. Let's say you have a storm water system that doesn't have a backflow valve on it. Water during high tide is GonNa clog that system push all of the water backup through the pipe and flood whatever's on the other end so there are preventative steps. That can be taken like backflow. Valves which I think they've started install and Saint Augustine. Yes so water can only go one way and it can't come back so I think that's an example of a solution to protect ourselves against rising seas but it's just one of many solutions out there. Given what we know about sea level rise and flooding and hurricanes why why do people keep building developing and risky coastal areas. We are attracted to waterways because of the benefits that are produced for us by living there. There's transportation so we ship and and receive goods from ports that has to do with waterways. We can on the Mississippi River for instance go up and down. It was a communication Gatien Element back in the day so there's not just this intrinsic value of or the straightforward attitude that we're living on the water but just because it's beautiful. Well I think that Naturally as humans we've always been attracted to water for agriculture and all sorts of other reasons and I think that's why cities are located where they are so i. I want to put this out there. That especially coming from the northeast. Florida Regional Council that economic development is very important to us. We believe that it's one of the most important parts of developing a safe healthy and vibrant community but on the other hand it doesn't have to be just a focus on build build build so we have to start looking at. How do we balance development with environmental protection? How do we build in the right places and when we do build? How do we we build more resilient? So if we're looking at any number of development projects let's say in Jacksonville and silver is becomes a concern learn in a specific area. The perspective is not to just say don't develop it's saying okay if you're going to build this let's factor silver is interior design plan.
"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT
"Sean is the resiliency coordinator for something called the Northeast Florida Regional Council. We'll hear more about what it does in a minute but first what is resilience. You're always GonNa get a different answer depending on who you ask. So if you're looking at a transportation planner for example they might be concerned with the resilience of a road system or a network of roads systems. This with something like sea level rise or an urban planner might think about keeping houses above water. But he really likes the definition of resilience from the US Army Corps of Engineers. So let's say okay. You have a system in this case. We'll call it Jacksonville so on a routine basis like today everyone's going to work the economy's functioning smoothly. It's it's normal but then a shock comes into the system like a hurricane event so once the shockers the system loses function the resilient species. How do we return the system in this case Jacksonville back to full functionality? How do we learn from that event so when we look into the future at the UH next shock which is going to be inevitable? How do we learn from that to reduce the curve so when the next shot comes along we don't lose as much functionality and we move forward award at a steady rate so what exactly is a resilient to coordinator? What do you do similar to a chief resilience officer for? Let's say a city or state in my responsibilities are focused on getting people in the same room to first of all talk about these issues. Then there's this educational component and really putting all the the pieces together so a big focus of my position if we're taking pyramid approach is to look at resilience from a community perspective first of all and say what steps need to be taken to make our community more resilient so that starts with public awareness so recently I designed to set of initiatives should've to first of all educate the public about what we're doing so that starts with a business continuity presentation focused on economic resilience we work with Rotary Clubs and other similar groups on the ground to talk about what small business owners can do to make their businesses more resilient to natural hazards so purchasing flood. What insurance raising your HVAC systems backing up your data things like that? So it's very tangible. And it Kinda plant seeds in people's heads here he is speaking to the rotary recove- polack Last month with the silver is in the big picture things. Nothing will ever happen in less elected officials government. Understand it and they listen to constituents constituents so if this is a priority for you as a community or as individuals tell your elected officials. They're willing to talk about it. Then we move up the pyramid into this presentation focused on building community resilience. So how can community leaders actually implement solutions in their own backyards and then and from there we partnered with Taylor Engineering on this adaptation solutions presentation. That goes over all of the solutions. That communities can adopt opt in efforts to become more resilient there's protection strategies where you completely blocked something from coming in. Let's say water then there's accommodation like living shorelines shorelines so instead of saying no water is allowed. Let the water come in. Learn how to divert the water into natural areas and then then there's also concepts related to avoidance so. Don't build in a particular place if it's going to be exposed to flooding and then there's also manage relocation in some regards in areas. Let's say in Saint Johns County and parts of Nassau County Some homeowners have no other option at this point point because of sand dunes fading away and roads fading away that they might have to leave so there's government buyout options and things like that if we go to the crux and the top of the Pyramid Pyramid. We designed a public workshop focused on asking community members. What's important to them? What are the problems facing your community? Is it storm surge urge. Is it sunny day flooding. Are You more concerned with silver is or hurricanes. Wha what's the the issue area in your community and from there we organized community members into groups where we work on map activities where citizens take sticky notes identify on a map. What's important to them? mm-hmm and then we help facilitate dialogue to create strategies to protect those assets so all of these services that were offering at the northeast Florida regional council related to resilience resilience were offering completely for free to community groups that are interested in the seven county region. That work is paid for by taxpayers cities and counties. He's in northeast Florida. Pay Dues to belong to the regional council. One of the ten planning councils in the state they help local governments not only with emergency and disaster preparedness but also with economic development and other issues. Let's talk about you so I was looking at your linked profile before we sat down. And you've got an extremely impressive resume for someone. Your Age Shannon kind of makes me wonder what I've been doing with my life so tell me about yourself and how you got to this point your career. So I'm a by product of two different states. I grew up in south Florida down in Boynton in beach and I also lived in Cape Cod Massachusetts for portions of my childhood. My parents operated a seasonal retail business in south Florida specifically specifically in big pine key down in the Florida keys but also in Massachusetts. So what South Florida and Cape Cod have in common. Is this geography that is extremely vulnerable to coastal hazards. So in Cape Cod. There's Nor'easterS in extreme snow events and South Florida. It's the obvious hurricanes. Tropical Saipan's Shawn's dad would completely bored up his house with metal shutters. I remember one hurricane in the early two thousands My parents just installed this new screener on the house. Yes we were in the home listening to this violent wind coming from every direction outside of the house and the scream was completely ripped off of the house and we heard it and it was a pretty scary sound and then once the storm passed We walked around the neighborhood and our screen room was five streets down the neighborhood Searches showed you how powerful Mother Nature was in that essence. Like many Florida and Sean has lots of memories like this flooded. Streets down power lines. His grandparents evacuating to his house. And when we come back in return to their their mobile home park just complete devastation. Asian a lot of people's lives were turned completely upside down but again I thought this was a routine part of life. Hurricane even threatened his parents livelihood flooding cargo trailer full of inventory for their store thousands of dollars and that had a big impact on their business for the year so on a personal note. When when I think of resilience I I really think about small business owners and what it means to them if they're impacted by let's say a storm event like a hurricane it? You can have a really devastating long term outlook on their life and business. When Sean was in college he spent a lot of time in nature even going on three months of off the grid? Expeditions in places like Wyoming in the middle of winter I just started developing a real interest in How the Environment Effects Society how we how we look look at the environment how we look at natural places? Do we protect them to utilize them. I don't really know how I ended up in Jacksonville I if it was just pointing at somewhere on a map but I heard really good things about the University of North Florida and I have to say it was probably the best decision I ever made. I really found a great community here in northeast Florida. So when I arrived in Jacksonville maybe several months after being here. I started talking to the U. N. F. Environmental Center and they were looking for a student to work on this video series to promote the natural parks in northeast Florida specifically in Duval County. Any and this was under their environmental leadership program which was a new program in the works to connect students with community partners to work on actual projects. He ended up producing twenty videos on Duval county's parks and later as a public administration masters student. He got another opportunity through the NF Environmental Fire Mental Center. The city of Atlantic beach was looking for help as it pursued Leed certification. You've probably heard of lead as relates to green environmentally friendly buildings but but the idea is now being applied to whole communities when Atlantic beach got certified with Shawn's help put together a case study on the process and the US Green Building Council is holding up his case a study as it tries to get other local governments around Florida to pursue Leed certification. Five days before graduation Sean was offered the job at the regional council at at the northeast. Florida regional council our main objective right now is to raise public awareness about these issues. We want to make sure that the public understands is what government is looking at and we also believe that this has to be a team sport so government will not be able to fix this issue alone. nonprofits won't either and as well as the business community. This has to be a multi discipline holistic activity. Are there any unique any challenges. We face in northeast Florida..
"coordinator" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"We'll survive whatever baseball can throw at us. Hey I'm Spencer Hall. I'm Holly Anderson. I'm Ryan Nanny. I'm Jason Kirk and and we're the hosts of the shutdown forecast your avengers of college football podcast it says in the script onto riff on what that means and basically what I mean is it's all spoiled every reach used as we talk about everything from cooking disasters to pro wrestling too unfashionable pants worn middle school we also do talk about college football every now and then like mascot fights announcers fleeing the early and unfashionable pants that coaches where now if you want to take college football exactly as seriously as it should be taken subscribe arrive for free on Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP. Mike Brooks was talking after the game how the offensive line running backs acs were communicating during the week to make sure that they were getting on the same page apparently factored into the success that he had what what did you see leading up to the Green Bay game in that respect well. I think you know in a in a short week like you have when you're getting prepared for Thursday. You've got everybody the author field in more of a walk through setting and so you probably have before opportunity quite friendly to talk through plays as you're going on a little bit slower taste and you would ordinarily huddling up calling the next play guys. You're getting back. There's there's that kind of communication that can go on. Perhaps that's what he's referring to. We get a lot more reps you know in in a walk through setting because we're not we don't have to deal with the wear and tear of the guys and and manager. Stamina from that standpoint so I thought the communication was excellent across the board throughout the entire week and we knew going into it that The you know the pressure package that they presented them. The different fronts these these guys presented Senate to us was going to be a real challenge and the guys took on the challenge head on you know coached outland royston system no line coach press Taylor. WHOA with the pressures and making sure that we're all on the same page in terms of protecting the quarterback inner pass protection scheme also in the run game which absolutely proved to be a big big party game for some of these longer runs. It feels like you can see his confidence start to Bill Houston for weeks. Yeah we obviously have a lot of confidence in miles. It was great to see him have a productive game like he did and he got us a spark there on the on the kickoff return change a field position really flip. A few of forest gives a short field where would turn that into a touchdown. He did a really good job and I think he learned coming out of the Atlanta game. You know can't can't break everything outside aside and he's in the last two weeks. I think you've seen him adjust to that and life in the NFL and the speed of the game stick his foot in the ground and and get his shoulders going towards the goal line. He's made some great Ron's. He's he's made some runs where he's gotta make somebody missing the whole and and got an extra yards and then when the holes. Aaron and it's blocked efficiently his burst through the whole so I think he continues to get better. We can we Jordan and miles. Neither had a real history and the receiving game in their previous places just talk about how far they've come in and they both made contributions last two weeks and receiving. I think you gotta give those guys a lot of credit. They've worked really hard on their game knew that that was an area that they can continue to work on or improve on whatever the case may be and they know that their their weapons for us out there in the passing game that we're GonNa try to find him and and utilize them out there in space or if we get a match up that we like they've done a great job well we we talked about how strong. Dallas's at the point of attack he did a great job again block in both at the point of attack and carrying out his blocks down the field really finishing he's tenacious and and and strong he's got strong hands when he get his hands on you plays with with balancing and base and he can really move people so he he obviously gives us an advantage in line tight end. Just did you have did they. Did you know that they were GonNa Kinda. Stick with packages against twelve personnel or early in that game. Is there sort of a feeling out period to see what they're going to present gets those well you you. Have you know if you will in terms of how you think. People are going to try to play but then you gotta try to make sure early on like you said we want to see if it can firmer armor or a see if they've changed course and we know that there are so really a sub sub personnel defense so you know we we like like we like our matchup with with both are tight ends on the field. We feel like we can be effective running an throwing the ball. Both those guys on the field game against semi matchup specific for that team is something you want to use a little bit more. We've used it and every game we have. Maybe called it. Maybe a couple more times. Some of that was at the line of scrimmage. We got up on the ball quickly and I can remember a couple of times doing that. we we a lot of confidence in it again. It's a little bit more game. SPLA- game game plan specific there whether you know how often that shows up or the kind of rhythm that we get in offensively and a couple of came in one or two drives or where it showed up pop good and then let's let's get right back to it was coach did a great job of getting back to in calling it again for the there's nothing like that but just the way he ran. The team ran the game. Yeah I think every week Carson's played really well and played at a high level and played winning football to go on the road like that and to to play the way that he did again another efficient day on third down and play the way that he did in the red zone some of the throws any may down there and getting the secondary receivers and things like that thought he played really well very efficiently and very in control of his game have four yards rushing and passing in a game. I've ever been a part of that. You'd have to look up. Stats stats on that. I know I know we ran the ball really well across the board JP Isaac Kelsey Brandon Brooks Lane. We talked about Dallas and the and the job that he did shoot even Alex Ellis came in played down there and the goal line and chop guy down there. One of the touchdown runs the Jordan in had You know all those guys all night guys on the perimeter blocking covering their guys. Make sure they were targeted right. I was really fishing job. As for fifty six percent of down. I've see Carson's big part of that. What else is kind of got into that success. Oh shoot guys are where they're supposed to be when they're supposed to be there down down the field so from dependability standpoint. I think there's comfort and where they're going to be. Carson's found guys you know we still see room to improve there air and would like to improve even on third down. We've we've tried to stay out of third longs which has helped and we've been in third long been able to convert some of the circumstances which we know are are more challenging but you know try to try to stay on on par on first second down and make it easier for sales on third down. I think is a winning formula window guards tenacity and his nobility get off the field. How rare is it for a tight end of being able to have the agility athletism to get up and get a safety firestorm. I'm feel but also you know those blocks and Kinda seal off like a three hundred pound offensive tackle from that lamb block that you speak of WHO's pretty impressive. He did a heck of a job on that but he athletically. He's he's so good on space that he can't cover these guys up and he's got the length and once he gets his hands on them. You know he's sample to move out of there so he he does a good job. He's smart just appeal a great job coaching those guys each and every week and and we're trying to take advantage of the skills sequence in the fourth with where you're backed up at your own one. It looked like he went with the same run plan. I think three times in a row and got out of there what stood out about that sequence in what you did well. I think our guys just that was a that was a big series and game really to get it after a goal line stand have it on the one yard line and then be able to move it all the way out to midfield and again credit to coach just sticking with the play was working rather than get to something else he just he just call it three times in a row there and it was efficient runs came scored now. They're a couple go big and be able to change a field position like that in a game like that on the road was was critical and really oftentimes when you get those backup situations the ability to do that is isn't overlook situation in every game so guys handled that down there and noise and that end zone and be able to dig it out. thought they did a great job. Take some time to establish for them running back for tation. We have you know setbacks in there for your offense and what have you found. Is You L. What works for you guys. I think we we've we've had a lot of success here and rotate new box. Do done a great job without the box understand it. They understand that you know we try to keep guys fresh and keep everybody involved an each game and I think that you know those the Jordan and miles the other night did a great job and Darren knows he's ready whenever his numbers called. He's been productive when you put them in a game so we feel really confident with with all three of those guys is and You know. That'll be something we continue to do. Moving forward jets Yeah Yeah Greg Williams number one does it does a great job and he kind of comes out a little bit like Green Bay comes out with you know some some guys from different angles and the the way that they play their coverage is is a little bit unique in got experiencing and Proxima Against Greg and we know that it'll be a heck of a challenge for us our guys. We talked about it with them here here this morning so we're we're two days out in front of where we'd normally be with the you know being able to come in here and start getting ready for the jets had a buy week too so we're not getting any leg up on them that way but they've got talented guys up front. Jamal Adams obviously stands out there on the back end somebody I recruited so I've known him a long time..
"coordinator" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And the the coordinator and the primary volunteer for the shadow fun as you think all of you know the shuttle fun is the official charity of night side I had the honor of knowing Diane for over ten years and every and I want to say this publicly every penny there is donated to the shuttle fund goes to provide veterinary care for an animal whose owner does not have the finances at that point in their life to get their pet to a vet in she basically the money that is raised for the shuttle fund. it is the the money is maximized by day and sell it every penny this donated to the shuttle fund he and she has put together I like to call it a coterie or network of veterinarians who do the work for the shadow fund without profiting from it so if they have to do a procedure that includes cost to them that that is going to be paid for but these these veterinarians have also contributed in some cases contributed their time completely so this is one of the the greatest charities that I know of and that's why I support it and that's what I hope you listeners out there a ten I continue to support the chat the shuttle fun to take a break we'll come back we'll go to phone calls six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty my name is Dan right this is my type thanks for joining us it's a beautiful Friday night before a beautiful end of summer weekend get out and enjoy it but for now stay tuned to the radio..
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"So you know especially we have other guys. I can do it. Uh-huh harrison you mentioned the season just tried to stretch him. As far as you can't feel your company sort wondering where he's reading the first couple of weeks yeah. I feel a lot more comfortable now that he can. He can take it back further than than he has in the past. You know we used take back fifty three now. We feel more comfortable fifty five fifty six you know so that's a credit him how hard he's been working in this consistency and his conference and he did he had it. He was mad at himself and he actually left it right now. So so that's kind of telling you that nested in there you know the guys pull it and they're trying to overtake it. He he finessed it and he still had plenty of distance on tells you said greg. Dimitrius airs wants last year. He was one of the top guys but he wasn't. He wasn't atop op guy but he was he. He was tight end for for total snaps. You got more tight end snaps on specialty than any other tight end in a league production points now but he was somebody mind though when that belt bells going to play and elder you know those guys gotta step it up and actually two to three guys possibly take his spot so that's chief special teams coordinator dave tobe from the podium. My big takeaway was the question i asked asked i just was confirming the returners. You'll see this weekend and that is true on smith as to kick returner and tyreek hill as the punt returner those your top guys. I'm interested in seeing what happens. When the anthony thomas comes back next week don't forget he's suspended this week because of the marijuana possession and the arrest and so on and so forth wants wants to chiefs activate the anthony thomas. I just wonder what the future holds for trauma smith because again he's been changing positions. They now have them listed as a cornerback. I don't know so if he stays in this roster that remains to be seen but we won't get to that until after this week one game it's the chiefs visiting the jacksonville jaguars again the next thing you'll hear on on this podcast channel is the arrowhead pride game preview that should post sometime mid friday afternoon and
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Cold so it's gonna sound a little. It's not the boston accents accents or whatever i mean the only thing i would say open and we're really looking forward to having the regular season opened up. I'm excited to see what we got the only way we know if we get out there and the real game so without opening up more steps with i think everybody would yeah yeah. It didn't work out that way and for the right reasons. I think we're relatively healthy. You know just the other day. I was looking at a depth shot. <hes> as we begin training camp and for a little bit there i forgot about you guys keith research that that we that we lost you. Just move on and you go to the next guy but <hes> hopefully he's getting healthy but you know the corner we'd like to have as many corners as we can but snaps yeah certainly retain take the biggest factors in too. Many say are x. factors. Yeah well one thing. I'm gonna talk with them. Friday or saturday about it is so. I think that it's natural when you're in something new that if things go the right way early confidence builds now the flip side of the coin happens to <hes> <hes>. I think we need to protect against that if it doesn't go great are the gate here and i'm not talking about just one game. The challenge will be to trust what we're doing. Trust each other etc etc so. I think it's good to talk about that. I call it managing the downside because this league is ups and downs. There's no such thing as perfect and it won't the perfect <hes> we just got to work out the kinks in the first game. The challenge always is what you do over on the sideline in between series more so than and everybody's going through the same thing. It's multiplied a little bit by the fact that team. We're getting ready to play has a new coordinator and as a new quarterback <hes> let unknowns so we do the best we can in prepping them and then cornerback once since thirteen. I mean that's obviously small number yeah well. I think would with indian brett. We're telling us we try to keep the best fifty three and they those guys grind away at finding manhattan to be ended up being four it feels light and yet it's happened before i mean by the time he gets the forty six and sometimes it's four and then you gotta get somebody to cross train but we'll work our way through it speaks to teach a obviously has been in the always good to get emmanuel annual bath. I thought he was coach. Daily and i both thought he was playing really well before. We got the oblique and that set them back. A little bit took a little while and get his groove again. Hopefully he's found that. Those are the four that will go. I mean we'll miss beland and hopefully he can get back to health and going back next year but we've got four others who went to camp with roughly forty. Five players looked at them all on big garage guys who are here now guys. It was guy or two guys. Maybe we're allowed relation to you. Maybe didn't expect them to be here. Why didn't know a lot about about was shot then. I know we we a little bit about them coming out of college but could he play inside outside guys anytime. It's working working. I think there's a little bit of unknown. I mean we all felt comfortable with one..