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Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 21 hrs ago

Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm guessing guessing Coolbaugh Coolbaugh for for the the first first time time in in twenty twenty six six and and a a half half years years Major Major League League Baseball Baseball is is facing facing a a work work stoppage stoppage the the league's league's previous previous collective collective bargaining bargaining agreement agreement set set into into place place in in two two thousand thousand sixteen sixteen expired expired at at eleven eleven fifty fifty nine nine on on Wednesday Wednesday night night M. M. L. L. B. B. negotiators negotiators left left the the players players unions unions hotel hotel about about nine nine hours hours before before the the deal deal was was set set to to expire expire and and the the players players union union confirmed confirmed the the lock lock out out early early Thursday Thursday morning morning prior prior to to the the deadline deadline major major league league teams teams committed committed to to over over one one billion billion dollars dollars in in salaries salaries in in one one day day for for the the first first time time ever ever the the Rangers Rangers finalize finalize deals deals with with infielders infielders Corey Corey Seager Seager and and Marcus Marcus Semien Semien worth worth a a combined combined five five hundred hundred million million hobby hobby by by is is is is headed headed to to the the Tigers Tigers for for a a hundred hundred forty forty million million while while Max Max Scherzer Scherzer received received a a hundred hundred thirty thirty million million to to join join the the Mets Mets in in college college football football Notre Notre Dame Dame is is working working on on a a deal deal to to promote promote defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Marcus Marcus Freeman Freeman to to fill fill its its head head coaching coaching vacancy vacancy according according to to an an AP AP source source Freeman Freeman would would replace replace Brian Brian Kelly Kelly who who left left after after twelve twelve seasons seasons to to become become the the next next coach coach at at LSU LSU Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports

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Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:28 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on Morning Edition

"Not you argue it this way I argue it that way It is breaking the law I'm Michael hill It's morning edition from NPR and double UNC The Supreme Court reconsiders abortion rights and lawyer with concerned women for America says he thinks that's a good thing We'll look at the role of technology migration of the U.S. southern border and in Europe and the CDC closes a loophole for booster shots is Thursday December 2nd that's one two zero two two zero two one palindrome fans the news is next Live from NPR news on corvi Coleman President Biden will visit the national Institutes of health today to talk about his strategy for fighting the pandemic this winter now that the oma cron variant has been identified in the U.S. and PR's tamra Keith reports the administration will require insurers to cover the cost of at home coronavirus tests Biden is set to announce that the federal government will require private insurers to reimburse for at home rapid tests starting early next year making it even easier for people to take a COVID test before family gatherings or if they have mild symptoms and aren't sure what it is Natalie quillion the deputy COVID-19 response coordinator says the administration is also planning to make a big push to encourage people to.

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 Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

"The giants behind a solid defense picked up a thirteen to seven win over the eagles earlier this week the giants fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett but the defense was the key to victory forcing Philadelphia into four turnovers eagles cornerback Jalen hurts fourteen of thirty one only a hundred and twenty nine yards he tossed three interceptions giant's quarterback Daniel Jones running plays called by offensive assistant coach Freddie kitchens was nineteen of thirty two hundred and two yards and a touchdown pass to Chris Myrick giants foreign seven Philly now five and seven might

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Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:02 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Notre-Dame He's currently the defensive coordinator John stashower Bloomberg sports All right John thanks 6 37 on Wall Street time to take a look at stocks Some of the names moving in the pre market with Bloomberg radio and TV markets corresponded creedy Gupta Grieving we've been watching Apple shares all morning with this story of a weakening iPhone 13 demand What kind of ripple effect is that having Yeah great question down We'll start with Apple shares Those are down 2% Your tickers AAPL Remember they've already cut their production goal down from 90 million to 80 million this year So this is an additional drop on that So you do have that echoing introvert They're rippling effect into the supply chain Broadcom shares for example ticker AVGO down about 1% a similar story about one and a half percent of a decline for skyworks corvos same margin tigger Q rvo And lastly Qualcomm as well down 1.3% to the taker there is Q COM Remember these are all in the Apple supply chain So you will see the ripple effect even going into the ADR port which we will hit later at 1 p.m. eastern But onto the supply chain story to the upside this time you also have a similar story with Boeing take your BA those shirts are up 4% after a triple whammy but to the upside triple good news a Boeing getting an airworthiness directive from China giving it one step closer to its ungrounding of the 7 37 in that country It's also in talks with India's jet airways which has also talked to the Airbus to purchase at least 100 narrow body just for the carrier's fleet And lastly Nathan Safran the engine supplier giving an upbeat forecast so Boeing really rally Remember this is the Dow component Big heavy hitter down component here So that's going to have ripple effects not just through the supply chain but throughout the day And speaking of ripple effects creedy First Facebook now another Silicon Valley company is changing its name You know Nathan I was just telling Michael Barr I've also changed my name to Davidson today Of course you have As you retired yesterday so my new name is Dave now Senator Just grab it all I really should Just reaping it in Anyways but yeah to your point square Changing its corporate name now to block signaling a push beyond the company's main sales and payments products into businesses like blockchain for example take your sq those shares are up about half a percent A similar change for Disney not a name change but a management change naming former Carlyle group and Procter & Gamble executive Susan Arnold as his chairman replacing bob Iger you have Disney shared secret DIS up 8 tenths of a percent also moving on to Pfizer expecting its COVID-19 vaccine to hold up against this new variant waiting for the data available in two to three weeks Those shares are of 8 tons of percent to your P FE and I'm going to end here with Uber technologies and meta platformers partnering up this time by rolling out the ability to book an Uber ride through WhatsApp and India is the first time for Uber and those shares are rallying Uber shares up 2.8% Facebook or meta platform I should say up 1% Nathan By any name Gritty Gupta Dave Wilson Thanks for being here Bloomberg.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports

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Landrieu back in spotlight tackling infrastructure, equity

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last week

Landrieu back in spotlight tackling infrastructure, equity

"Mitch Landrieu will be heading the task force coordinating more than a trillion dollars in federal infrastructure spending as mayor of New Orleans Mitch Landrieu oversaw billions of dollars in infrastructure repairs when he took over the recovery from hurricane Katrina he's been out of the national spotlight since twenty eighteen although he was sometimes mentioned as a possible candidate for the democratic presidential nomination particularly after a speech supporting the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee now the former Louisiana state lawmaker and lieutenant governor has been tapped by president Biden as the head coordinator of his infrastructure plan during a visit to Ohio with the vice president labor secretary Marty Walsh another former mayor says he'll be serving alongside Landrieu going to make sure that all of this money gets spent in the right way on high quality projects with American made materials there's political risk to a role managing billion dollar transportation projects Andrew Coughlin and former deputy mayor under Landrieu said his skill with logistics will be a strength in his new role Walter Isaacson the New Orleans born historian says lead you loves the geeky details of infrastructure and bringing people together Jennifer king Washington

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 White House: 10% of kids have been vaccinated in 1st 2 weeks

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

White House: 10% of kids have been vaccinated in 1st 2 weeks

"The White House says the effort to get kids five to eleven vaccinated against the corona virus is off to a fast start virus response coordinator Jeff sciences two weeks after the kids does was approved we estimate by the end of day today two point six million kids ages five to eleven we'll have gotten their first shot that's about ten percent of the five to eleven year old population for perspective it took about fifty days for us to reach ten percent of

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White House: About 900,000 kids got COVID-19 shots in week 1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

White House: About 900,000 kids got COVID-19 shots in week 1

"The White House says the program to vaccinate younger kids again scolded nineteen is ramping up currents and families across the country are breeding giant sighs of relief virus response coordinator Jeff science says by day's end more than nine hundred thousand kids ages five to eleven would receive their first dose just over a week after federal regulators signed off on the shots those who get the first of two doses by the end of next week will be fully vaccinated by Christmas the pace will be increasing but some experts say the demand for shots could start to wind around band with polling data showing only a fraction of parents plan to get their kids vaccinated immediately Sager make ani Washington

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White House details plans to vaccinate 28M children age 5-11

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

White House details plans to vaccinate 28M children age 5-11

"Once approved by federal regulators children aged five to eleven will be able to get a covert shot at their doctor's office local pharmacy and potentially even their school the White House plan to supply covert vaccines for twenty eight million children targets almost every medical provider that kids would have access to Cisco would response coordinator Jeff designs we have secured vaccines supplied to vaccinate every child ages five through eleven it is soon as the vaccine is authorized by the FDA we will begin shipping millions of devotion this is nationwide within hours of the formal approval of the fires a shot for children which is expected after the CDC advisory meeting scheduled for November second and third Zions says fifteen million doses will ship with millions more to follow weekly the U. S. but sixty five million doses making it free to everyone who wants it I'm Julie Walker

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WSU coach Rolovich fired after refusing vaccine

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

WSU coach Rolovich fired after refusing vaccine

"Nick Rolovich is out as head coach at Washington state Rolovich has been fired for refusing a state mandate that all employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen Washington governor Jay Inslee had set a deadline of Monday for thousands of state employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or risk losing their jobs relevant supplied for religious exemption the forty two year old Rolovich was the highest paid state employee with an annual salary of more than three million dollars defensive coordinator Jake decker will be elevated to acting coach

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 Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns

"Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss the cardinals game Sunday at Cleveland Kyler Murray in Baker Mayfield former teammates at the university of Oklahoma will face off with the five no Arizona Cardinals played the Cleveland Browns on Sunday but the cardinals be without coach Kliff Kingsbury quarterbacks coach Kim Turner or defensive tackle Zach Allen after they tested positive for code nineteen star linebacker Chandler Jones is also out he was put on the reserve Kobe ninety list on Tuesday Kingsbury who said that the team has been one hundred percent vaccinated for quite awhile did his usual Friday morning media availability at the team's practice facility several hours before the news came that he tested positive Arizona's defense coordinator Vance Joseph and assistant head coach and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers will split coaching responsibilities for Arizona I'm

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400K in U.S. got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

400K in U.S. got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

"The White House is continuing its push to get more people vaccinated against Kobe nineteen well there's been a lot of recent attention on booster shots the White House says it's still trying to reach the twenty five percent of Americans who still haven't gotten their first shot even though they're eligible but covered nineteen coordinator job design says vaccinations are on the rise we will hit an important milestone two hundred million adults with at least one shot there has been a new motivation with many municipalities and large businesses starting to require vaccines for employment CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says right now cobit cases are down the seven day average of hospital admissions is approximately eighty five hundred a day and the seven day average daily gas is thirteen hundred per day Jackie Quinn Washington

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400K in US got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

400K in US got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

"The bite into the serrations says the cope with nineteen vaccine booster campaign is off to a strong start White House virus response coordinator Jeff Zion says that pharmacies alone last weekend over four hundred thousand Americans receive the additional protection of a booster science says the focus remains on the roughly twenty five percent of eligible Americans who have not yet gotten there first vaccine dose CDC cheaper shovel Lenski says a particular group is concerning about thirty percent of women who are pregnant right now are vaccinated and extraordinarily low number and just fifteen percent of black pregnant women Wilensky says data show the shots are safe for both mother and baby Sager mag ani Washington

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Investigators probe deadly Amtrak derailment in Montana

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Investigators probe deadly Amtrak derailment in Montana

"The NTSB is investigating an Amtrak derailment in north central Montana that killed three people Saturday and left several hospitalized according to officials Amtrak says the train was en route to Seattle from Chicago with ten cars went eight of them derailed near the town of jobless passenger Jacob Cordero was on board along with about a hundred and fifty six others oh my god it's on its side all the trains destroyed down there for their tweeted video some of the rail cars were laying on their sides liberty county emergency services coordinator Sarah robin says people jumped into action it was a fantastic response we are so fortunate to live where we do where neighbors help neighbors she says most people were treated and released for their injuries I'm Julie Walker

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White House Announces New COVID-19 Policy for International Travelers

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

White House Announces New COVID-19 Policy for International Travelers

"The white house has announced fully vaccinated. International travelers will be able to visit the us starting in november. That's a significant policy shift. After months of corona virus related travel bans and pierce hammer keith reports. The rules will be different though for americans fully vaccinated international travelers. We'll have to present proof of vaccination and get tested before flying white house cova nineteen coordinator. Jeff zion says. They'll also need to provide a phone number and email for contact tracing. This new system allows us to implement strict protocols to prevent the spread of cova from masters find internationally united states are firing that deal for nationals. Travelling united states be fully vaccinated. It's based on public else for americans returning to the. Us vaccination won't be required but they will have to test before and after their flights. The new protocols will replace bans on travelers from china india. Europe and

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Episode 53 Part 1 Our Relationship with Planned Parenthood Ft Amanda Weber - burst 02

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:58 min | 2 months ago

Episode 53 Part 1 Our Relationship with Planned Parenthood Ft Amanda Weber - burst 02

"Like two. You kind of have the two extreme perspectives. And so for you to be able to come together and be able to say like, okay, so this is what this is what I found through my journey and experience with this object matter. I think that's really really wonderful. Yeah, the interesting thing is, is I could absolutely argue both points. You know, I know the talking points of both sides so well. I was actually I would go speak at the capitol in Sacramento California on behalf of Planned Parenthood and speak to the news outlets and speak to the representatives and stuff there. And then later, I ended up being a kind of social media coordinator for Abby. So I was responding to people on her social media platforms and stuff. And helping her with her outreach, not because I was pro life or not because I was opposed to abortion. But I could very much respond as she would, because I knew exactly what the talking points and the important points were. And. Her stances and her things have very much changed over time. But at the time when I volunteered at Planned Parenthood, I am not gonna lie. I hated the pro life movement. I mean, vehemently hated the pro life movement, partially because Planned Parenthood kind of set that in my mind that these were the bad guys. These were the people trying to take our rights away, and they were trying to ruin my life and all this. So I had this very strong narrative in my mind of what these people were, but also because I had a personal experience. And this is something I haven't talked about publicly, but I had this personal experience where I found myself in an unplanned pregnancy shortly after my mom passed away. And I panicked and I didn't know what to do and I didn't want to have an abortion and I reached out to the pro life movement to the people that had been protesting at my clinic for all this time and saying, we love you and we care about you and will help you no matter what. And I reached out, and I said, look, this is a situation I'm in. And here I am, you know, playing Paradise court putting her tail between her legs, saying I need your help. And it seemed on the surface. It's okay, we're going to take you to the crisis pregnancy centers and we're going to help you, but it was really, we're going to give you diapers and formula and you can figure out the hell out on your own. And that was very disheartening because here I am a person that just lost her mom. I'm on my own. I have no money. I have nothing to speak up. I'm literally scraping by month month and they're going, well, we'll give you some diapers and formula. And I just had the worst taste in my mouth about the entire movement because I thought that that's what they were, you know, or these people that were love you and we're going to take you under our wing. Oh, no, you're too much trouble. You're too needy. You have too many needs. And Abby was the first person that I came across that wasn't like that that she very much when I end up getting pregnant with my son said, what

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Cowboys Defensive End DeMarcus Lawrence Will Miss 6-8 Weeks With Broken Foot

The Rich Eisen Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Cowboys Defensive End DeMarcus Lawrence Will Miss 6-8 Weeks With Broken Foot

"Going on with the cowboys. Upfront what can you tell me about. Tank lawrence randy gregory. Big game for the cowboys here in los angeles against the chargers. What do you know about that. Yeah so i. I think like the you know demarcus lawrence obviously. That's a really unfortunate break for them. And he's had injuries in the past. And i i don't know if i'd relates that because there's a foot thing and it's sort of a free thing but he's going to be gone for two months and that like to me. I just sort of looking at how patchwork they've been and they'll get gregory back but like like you know with randy gregory and then over the years taking swings on different guys like alden smith and and and and You know and and if you want to go further back hardy And how they've just sort of continuous roll the dice try and get those positions right And lawrence was the one that they really hit on and now he's out for two months and you know. I think the cowboys defensively did a lot of things well in the opener but the fact is such a big part of the way that defense worked and i worked and i think dan coins a fantastic defensive coordinator but a big part of how the defense works seattle type of defense works is. Can you get heat on the pass or can you come from multiple angles quarterback and lawrence is one of those guys when he's at his best. He changes the math for everybody else. He's gonna change the matchups. He's going to get more guys singled up or guys are going to be favourable spa favorable spot because of him. So now you take them out of the equation and i think it's a big big loss for the cowboys.

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US Working on New COVID-19 Rules for International Visitors

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

US Working on New COVID-19 Rules for International Visitors

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the U. S. is working on you cove in nineteen rules for international visitors you vaccine requirements for incoming international travelers are under consideration by the by did ministration as it looks to revamp current cobit nineteen restrictions contact tracing of international travelers would be a part of the new system White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff resigned said Wednesday with the recent increasing cove in nineteen cases the current travel restrictions will remain in place until a new system is rolled out the US currently bars entry to most non Americans who have traveled to China India the United Kingdom and most of Europe Brazil and other countries in the previous fourteen days might cross CO Washington

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States learning how many Afghan evacuees coming their way

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

States learning how many Afghan evacuees coming their way

"States are learning how many Afghan evacuees are coming their way the binding ministration is notifying governors as well as state refugee coordinators there are about thirty seven thousand in the first group of evacuees state department data shows about five thousand of them will be going to California others are going to Texas Maryland and Virginia the administration has requested funding from Congress to help resettle sixty five thousand Afghans by the end of this month ninety five thousand by next year many of the new evacuees requested to be resettled in states where family is nearby each will go through a department of homeland security coordinated process of security vetting and health screening they'll receive about twelve hundred dollars to help with rent furniture and food and provide a small amount of pocket money at Donahue Washington

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Weekend Prop Bets: Sam Darnold

Behind the Bets

01:22 min | 2 months ago

Weekend Prop Bets: Sam Darnold

"Let's jump right into is one of my favorite roberts heading into this weekend. And that is sam. Darnold over is passing yards. Nothing has been posted yet. I'm sure we can close to kick off. It will be posted but man. You know a lot of people i think. Sleep on sam darnold because just the raw deal that he got here in new york. But i just i love. I love his offensive coordinator. I love that rule. The head coach. He's playing behind better offensive line he ever had here in new york with jets. You've got a plethora of talent to work with in on top of that this week. He's gone up against a gaggle rookie corners to sophomore quarters. And here's another thing a not a number all then were have not been drafted. We're not drafted higher than the fifth round. I mean i think sam darnold it could be a sneaky. Good play not just in the That world but in dfs as well. So i love. Sam darnold i also love. I think he's going to connect with robbie anderson don't forget robbie anderson or her jet as well two of them gonna wanna take it to the jets. Got ravi anderson scored a touchdown plus one ninety and also men the jets. They're just a complete mess. Jamison crowder's out. I think. Zack wilson is going to struggle. So i like under in passing yards for zach wilson in this

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"coordinator" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Although she we're not looking at lockdowns quote nothing is off the table and that struck me Very strange because you know. Remember talked to paul whenever the us gearing up to bomb another country They would always say nothing is off the table. Nothing is off the table and you do sort of feel like you're going to be on the receiving end of bomb new. Someone says that so very strange. Choice of words right in that so Did you have anything else on. People who might be a hypocrite these days and You saw a couple of them doing that. Well i hate to say this. Dr paul art luxurious speaker of the house. She's the one who does the mask mandate we can actually put up next clip disappointed. I know she seems great She loves liberty so much. he's crying right now. Nancy pelosi repeatedly seen massless after warning ordering masks again the capital. And if you read the article. It's on breitbart at least three times with photographs. She's over there without a mask on. Hey that's great but it's just another example. Do what. I say. Not as not what i do. Right does your leaders. I wanna turn all these things into a positive. This is positive because maybe we reached out to another thousand people. That was not aware of this. And they're gonna say what are korea. Yeah so not the bad news What people are doing if there's a Determination out there trying to figure out what's really going on it's going to be helpful and The more desperate. I guess the dumber they're gonna get. They've been doing a lot of dumb things. I wanted to go on and talk about You know an interview with newsmax reporter. That was interesting. This has to do with testing and all And the the article says the headline was watch white house. Hack completely fall apart when newsmax reporter emerald robinson ask how cdc is testing for the delta very this before up before and i've never had a satisfactory answer. I'm glad he asked this question. How do you know all these statistics. Poor now how people are in panic. It's worse than the first time there's more cases than ever and of course they have no statistics of are worth anything You know To to say that it's caused more deaths and and or it causes more Hospitalization it's back to this whole thing you know the At the beginning of this pandemic or whatever it is people were admitted for all kinds of reasons but the staff certificates all had Covert on as the cause of death and they've learned a little bit about that but On on this case the newsmax reporter asked. How do you know you know about this. That you're dealing with and There's a clip on the internet on that. I don't have to clip but I think it's interesting very simple and to the point because the first thing is she becomes very flustered. Oh you think you would ta. That's all we're talking about. Is this over running of the of the data in you know so. She's she's flustered. she doesn't know how to answer. Is she says maybe spread by this. An newsmax pressure off and and the person said she is with how do you. How do you know that he pushed her. She she she says well. The experts say so my my question. Who's expert her experts who are experts and said that is if that is the full answer and of course the interpretation from m robinson Who did the interview he says..

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"coordinator" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

09:10 min | 5 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Slate's Working

"Surveyed in twenty twenty. Potential savings will vary discount vary and are not available in all states and situations. Marcus watson thank you for joining us today on working. Thank you for having me absolutely so. Let's just start with the very basics. Your in intimacy coordinator and choreographer. What is that. It's a multifaceted position in that. We work with actors and productions to advocate for the actors as well as choreograph so act as a liaison between the talent and the production so that talent is fully aware of what the production the producers director is wanting from them and so that the production is fully aware of what the actors are fully consenting to i gauge their consent level outside of the many power dynamics that exist in tv film and theater because directors producers. They all have so much power in the room in terms of hiring and firing power future. Gigs you know. Kind of the success of actors in some ways in some position. So it's about getting that consent for scenes that are that have been written that the actors will be performing and making sure that they fully understand and are fully consenting to everything that we're doing and then starting conversations around that and making sure that the production is getting what they want within the boundaries that the actors have set when needed. I do groggy. I come from a background of stage. Combat acting gymnastics dance very physical storyteller. I love to utilize movement and specificity of movement breath work to make sure that we're telling a very clear and specific story True to the tone and what storytelling and this this job where you know you're choreographing and coordinating and mediating as scenes of intimacy are being staged. That's that's a relatively new profession right. I feel like. I didn't hear about twenty years ago but i feel like i hear about it all the time. Now yes exactly. I mean there have been people who have been doing this work. Not so much as a profession per se Especially not recognized by any industry. I know they're people like tony sina. Who started idei with So with some other intimacy korangi directors. She wrote a thesis about this in the early two thousands and kind of coined the phrase intimacy direction So there's there have been people who've been working at this and doing this for a long time but it wasn't until about two thousand fifteen that idea. I created the first company for intimacy courier. Coordinators directors and what is idei intimacy directors. International was a nonprofit organization meant to spread the work of intimacy coordinators directors and. They have no folded having accomplished their mission. And so now. There are other companies that are also working with coordinators to help productions find and connect with intimacy directors and intimacy coordinators directors are for theatre coordinators. Ever for film. And oh interesting interesting. you know. Two thousand fifteen. Seems like a very fortuitous moment to found an organization like that because of course we have the trump election the women's march in the metoo a movement or moment that immediately come after that do you feel like essentially this. Profession has become more widely accepted adopted as a response to those political and cultural currents definitely. I think they were so lucky to have started this company before me too. I think because the metoo movement like rocket launched their their mission and the mission of idei. And i think it it wasn't that these stories had not been told or that People didn't know that this was happening in the industry. It was just after these movements. It was no longer able to ignore it. So you mentioned earlier that you have experienced and training and mime and stage combat and things like that. How did you get from there to do wing intimacy work it was. I mean a long road. I was choreographing in new york city for stage. Productions doing Stage combat choreographing violence as well as the odd stunt job here and there in theaters will bring in would bring me in for sometimes scenes of sexual violence to to deal with The violent aspect of the scene and win working on that if there were kisses or groups or anything like that i would approach those in the same way that i would approach choreographing a fight where we were talking about it. We would discuss the safeties. We discuss where hands were would be going where the actors were comfortable being touched and kind of defined boundaries defined safeties and moved from there and then just because a kiss or touch might be within that moment i would discuss breath. And who's initiating this kiss in the same way that i would say who's initiating this punch or this grab and directors would see. That was a really great way that you handle that. There was another kiss in the show. And would you mind looking at that as well and it has nothing to do with violence but like come in and take a look at so it kind of was. That was happening. Where there were there was not someone specifically for these scenes of can hyper exposure for the actors of these intimate moments and we had multiple fight choreographer who kind of noticing this and that's kind of what helped to start idei and i happen to be working with alicia rhodus who is another co founding member of idei. We were teaching university out on long island doing stage combat whenever she was starting the company and so we had many hour long drive trips out to long island to discuss the whole movement and the company and just kind of what is needed in these situations and so from then. I started doing all of the the workshops and practice workshops and things that she was doing in the city and Just really continued to grow might techniques and skills for intimacy coordination using my background in very physical storytelling and is there. A certification process. Like if i'm a producer looking for an intimacy coordinator. Is there like a guild. That i go to. They're like who's who's checked out to do this. A yeah so there is. There are things in the works that will probably coming out in the next year or two that that will help productions Even more so right now. There are several companies. Who do certification. I originally certified with idei and i am now certified with Idc which is intimacy directors and coordinators. And you can see a list of the certifications and what. We have to do to become certified. The number of hours. We have to train the kinds of trainings. The mental health first aid training bystander intervention training trauma training. So there's lots of things that go into the certification process. And how do you get your work. Is it word of mouth. Do you have an agent. Their specific actors. Who like to work with you again and again like how do you actually get a job. I would say once you've been through all this training all of above it comes. There are some times where actors have heard about intimacy coordinators. And they say. I don't know how to get one. But hey production we need one and i am asking for this and sometimes it's an internet search which brings people to idc page where you can find different. Certified intimacy directors or coordinators depending on region and area of the united states or even areas of the world. And then there some times where it's word of mouth through productions like i've worked with this i eighty on this set and now this i eighty is working on this totally different set. Nah hey bring this person in. It was really great to work with them. So there's word of mouth that way there's also we're a very close community so ever we're being reached out to if we're already on a show already doing something we are also giving these productions colleagues names and information so that they can to us and when you start working on a project what are the early parts of the creative process they are you or your first conversations with the director about sort of what they want staging wise.

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"coordinator" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on KTOK

"Coordinator and architect. Last door says these air, not careers you should be expecting to get into and if you're in those careers, you might want to consider now planning for your next career. I talked about how hotels are struggling with 70% of them, saying they're going to close over the next six months in a survey of small businesses generally Half say they're going to shut down permanently by the end of the year. That's an increase from just 42% I say just in September. And so what is the I arrest doing in the middle of all of this? Mayhem were small businesses are struggling to stay afloat. The Iris has announced that they're going to increase its auditing of small businesses and their investors by 50% in 2021. Yeah, as if we didn't have enough problems. The Iris says they're hiring specialized auditors. And they want to remind business owners that they can audit returns up to three years old, and if they find problems, they can go back even further than that. What's been going on in the environment is so bad that there's a three day gun show held every year in Virginia, the nation's gun show and that three day event was canceled. Why, Because of state restrictions on crowds that shows organizer has filed a lawsuit saying that those restrictions made the event impossible to hold. And you know that it gets extreme. One even gun shows have to get canceled in a pandemic. But there are a couple of pieces of good news. 2020 election was just held and we spent $14 billion getting all of those candidates elected. Presidential candidates spent $6.6 billion all by themselves $7 billion for the congressional and Senate races. That's twice as much money as was spent in 2016 and oh, by the way, I'm not even taking into consideration the state races for the Legislature and mayors across the country. The good news is that injected $14 billion into the economy. The bad news is that will not happen in 2021. There's some more good news as well. Greenhouse gasses in the U. S fell 9% this year, the lowest level in 30 years. Same level is 1983 and Burglaries are down 72% because burglars don't like to break into houses. When there are people there..

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"coordinator" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Virtually full al like fake zone fighting for eight hours straight like it is like to say, I mean grueling is like an understatement because especially when you're I was thirty nine at the on an email like I'm in pretty good shape, you're just not used to fighting all day long in it's crazy but you know I still was there and I was in good shape that I can pull it off. Why get home at night, it was dead. It was like Oh my God and I'd be Super Sore but still get up and do it the next day. So that's the type of. Life that we're living I. Guess. So I'm kind of Lake always. As far as like physically in always ready to go but always ready to dislike be sourced hell if I have to be. Yeah. Do you like being a stunt coordinator stunt man more like a mix? I love performing in love being on camera feel like I'd do a good job in bringing good intensity to it. But I really liked stunt coordinating more because you're kind of using more of your brain power because there's a lot of moving parts that you're dealing with a lot of people you're dealing with Cameron deals director doom actors you're not just dealing with. Men because when you have to have to actress by each other, they gotta be able to do a certain amount of the beats of the fight. On their own like if there's some big hit or something like that, they bring stuff minute or A stuntman fighting the actor Ed you are like the referee or the coach for both of them is more like you're the coach for both of these actors. But then you're.

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"coordinator" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"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.

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"coordinator" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Like to be the intimacy coordinator say on hold what are your favorite actresses movie is Mister startling thank you did you even know there was such a thing is the intimacy coordinator yeah in the missing coordinator in this intimacy coordinator says she feels some productions a remove kissing or sex scenes all together to avoid dealing with potential safety is yeah some people might see you know what that ain't so bad cleaning up some smart may not be so bad let's grab the phones I didn't get any phone calls versed are very bad form on my part we start with Cindy in Rancho Cucamonga California great to have you Cindy thank you for waiting hi hello there rest purple did OCO thank you yes I just want to have I have a question for you my question is I don't know if you saw this but over the weekend there was a protest and open up America protests in Denver and there were two healthcare workers who stood in the street and traffic while these protesters who were protesting safely and they were just standing there and there's there's pictures all over I don't know if you've noticed that but what would you say the argument that we are putting our health care workers at risk if we do open up the country and I want to open up the country because I'm for load I have a daughter with special needs I haven't seen in six weeks I haven't hunter I am so ready to open up the country but what would you say to that to healthcare workers saying we shouldn't yes because we are putting them at risk well there'd risk anyway they they they are treating covert nineteen patients as they show up the hospital anyway whenever shut down or not correct yes they are but they've become the new heroes so I've been watching dialogue when I go on to and when I see things you know on Facebook or on the on and places that wind and healthcare workers start to get into the argument and and how we are putting them at risk it seems that they were all changed into to believing that we shouldn't use saying that you're not totally believing these are actual health care workers going online and recommending this I am in fact I'm I'm questioning even the fact that those two healthcare workers who stood in the street if that is the best day well yeah I I saw the picture one of those guys on the drudge report that yeah one of the health care workers I think your instincts are right on the money I look there's politics all over this and there are people at once and when ever you see this is and this is just me you you obviously are free to yes I'm just tell you I think when I see any group or individual advocating actively advocating and promoting they continue to shut down my red flags go up my antenna go up because that's not natural that's not normal we can't do that it isn't sustainable there reason that that that's that's economic and national suicide to keep this country shut down as is with no end in sight or until there's some impossible reality like a vaccine and we may never have a vaccine for this so I people that are in that region on keeping the country shut down I didn't mean it was suspicious and I'm suspicious what their politics is I want to know what their politics as an idea on the left is very adept at coming out so we're we're hailing healthcare workers you're right the president governor Cuomo everybody stay their heroes and they are I'm not disputing that so then that group of people has a called ball that go public and say opening the country won't put all your heroes at greater risk I don't see how they're at risk already if they show up and go to work and and deal with the company nineteen patients that show up their theory is the disease is going to be spread even more if we open up and they're going to be over one well that's why we flatten the curve that's why we've shut down to prevent that from happening and it only happened in one area send the it happened in New York the New York metro area right and I'm from California and I know we've won one thousand percent sure we have that and December and January February in fact I work for a company that is in the public at the a large entertainment company and we had workers that were worse thank you with something we couldn't figure out what it what so we are one thousand percent that they're in it is it is safe it is a well practiced and widely used tactic of the left to bring forth advocates who are unassailable you can't criticize exit be mean spirited like you can't you can't criticize kids you can't criticize somebody dis abled who might be showing their disability in a political commercial you can't argue with you can't dispute after that because it just untouchable you can't be critical of seasonal distribution there might be advocating for a certain thing because you must show the rest of it it's a time honored tactic that the the Democrats used to shut down AnnaLynne ain't any opposition or debated glad you called seventy I really have a brief brief break and we'll be back with much more.

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"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

ADAPT

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

"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 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 in a specific area. The perspective is not to just say. Don't develop it saying okay if you're going to build this let's factor. Silver is into your design plan..

"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

ADAPT

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

"Sean is the resiliency coordinator for something. Called the northeast. Florida regional council will hear more about what it does in a minute. But first what is resilience. You're always going to 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 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 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 normal but then a shock comes into the system like a hurricane event so once the shockers. The system loses function the resilience abuses. 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 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 at a steady rate and 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. 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 pieces together so a big focus of my position if we're taking kind of a 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 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 insurance raising your hvac systems backing up your data things like that. So it's very tangible and it kind of plant seeds in people's heads. Here he is speaking to the rotary club of polack. Last month with the sea over is in the big picture things. Nothing will ever happen. In less elected officials and government understand it and they listen to 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 from there we partnered with taylor engineering on this adaptation solutions presentation. That goes over all of the solutions. That communities can adopt in efforts to become more resilient protection strategies where you completely blocked something from coming in. Let's say water then there's accommodation like living 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 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 managed relocation in some regards in areas. Let's say in saint. John's county and parts of nassau county Some homeowners have no other option at this 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. 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. Is it sunny day flooding. Are you more concerned with silver. is or hurricanes. Wh what's the issue area in your community and from there we organized community members into groups where we work on map activities where citizens takes sticky notes identify on a map. What's important to them. 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 where 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 in northeast florida. Pay dues to belong to the regional council. One of the ten planning councils in the state they helped local governments not only with emergency and disaster preparedness but also with economic development and other issues was talk about you so i was looking at your linked in profile before we sat down. And you've got an extremely impressive resume for someone your age and it 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 here. So i'm a byproduct of two different states. I grew up in south florida down in boynton 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 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 then in south florida it's obvious hurricanes tropical site phones. 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. We were in the home listening to this violent wind coming from every direction outside of the house and the screen room 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 So just 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 would come back in return to their their mobile home park just complete devastation A lot of people's lives were turned completely upside down but again. I thought this was a routine part of life. A hurricane even threatened his parents livelihood flooding cargo trailer full of.

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"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

ADAPT

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

ADAPT

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

ADAPT

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"coordinator" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Big Blue View

"The biggest news for your New York giants is that reports are that giants will hire Patrick Graham Defensive Coordinator for the Miami Dolphins for that same job with the giants little bit later we will talk to just in higher of SP nations. The finsider are Miami. Dolphins website with his impressions wins his thoughts of Graham in what the giants are getting in a defensive coordinator. And before we do that I wanted to talk a little bit about About my thoughts on this this decision. myself listen. I understand that people are looking at the fact that this guy coached or was defensive coordinator for the first time a year ago and that the Miami Dolphins Defense was by most statistical ranks by most of the numbers is that you'll find was the worst defense in the NFL. I get that but listen. I think that you kind of have to throw that out the window when it comes to Patrick. Graham Graham Look at the situation that the dolphins were in first year head coach completely blowing up their roster and rebuilding situation where they had a very very very young very poor roster in two thousand and nineteen situation where they simply couldn't have been expected to be a really good team. I mean a couple of the guys who played a fair amount of snaps for the dolphins in two thousand and nineteen were former giant avery. Moss informer giant defensive. Tackle John Jenkins since two guys who couldn't make the giants roster and ended up being guys who played a fair amount of snaps in Miami. That's just an example of the fact that that Graham wasn't working with much in Miami you couldn't really expect him to To turn that into a functional donal average or better than average defense in one season when he simply had nothing to work with. I know that people look at if that resume and they say oh God you know how. How can he be the guy? How can he be the defensive coordinator in? I'm reminded of the last a couple of defensive coordinators that giants had when the giants hired James Becher. Everyone was excited and they were excited because as of the resume because of the fact that I think in three of his four years as Arizona coordinator maybe it was all three years. Becher had coached. Defenses that we're in the top ten in most statistical categories while he was in Arizona. Well what we found out was really that it was about the players. That James Bet your had in Arizona. He had Chandler Jones in Arizona. He had Patrick Peterson in Arizona. He had callejas Campbell in Arizona. He had dominant players across the board. He Got Marcus Golden. who had a good year for the giants in two thousand Nineteen Marcus golden before his knee injury so he had in Arizona tremendous players Dion Buchanan? Who again came to the giants you you know? As a free agent in the middle of two thousand in nineteen he had the owned Buchanan. When Dion Buchanan was younger and Wendy owned Buchanan was at his best? I own Buchannan did okay for the giants in some areas in two thousand and nineteen in a few games that he played for New York but he's not the same player that he was so what we found out with James Becher over the two years that he was pat. Shurmur defensive coordinator is really that it wasn't about bechers scheme. It wasn't about Becher being some sort of extraordinary teacher or some sort out of extraordinary defensive coach with with some sort of Of of reinvent the wheel kind of scheme it was about the players players that played for James Becher more than anything about becher himself. And when I think about that I think about former giants defensive coordinator in current in Kansas City chiefs coordinator Steve Spagnolo Spagnolo. The second time that he was hired by the giants was brought in you know in. I believe it was Tom. Coughlin's last year as head coach of the giants. He was brought in the hopes that that he could bring back some of the success that he had in his first tour with the giants and Spagnolo said I remember sitting in a press conference with with spags early in the spring. Might have been the first time that we get a chance to talk to him and he said look he said. I'm not a miracle worker. He said coaches are not miracle workers. We can only work with the players that we have and do the best that we can you know his point was. It's about the talent it's about the players you can't make players. You're more talented than they are. You can work with them you can. You can put in your schemes you can put Indian your blitz packages. You can put in your different your different things but if players can't execute them if they don't have the talent to to make the plays then there's nothing that you as a coach can do. You can try to put him in position but if they don't have the ability to get into position if they don't have the ability to make the play if they don't have the ability to do what you're asking them to do then you know then then you're gonNA look bad as a coach because if you don't have talent no matter what you do as a coach. It's not going to work. There are certain things that you can do due at times to maybe get by but on a week to week game to game basis owed played a play over a full season. If you don't have really really good players you're going to get exposed as defense as an offense no matter what it is. Is it so think about what Patrick Graham was working with in Miami. He wasn't working with a whole lot. He didn't have any dominant players on that defensive side of the ball so I'm inclined to look at it and and just throw the statistics out the window. Oh I'm looking at it and thinking Joe Judge once guys he says he wants. Teachers not presenters. Am I a little bit concerned about about the idea that that the dolphins with Brian Floor as a guy who also came out of Miami like Joe Judge you know. I'm a little concerned that the dolphins were willing to to let Graham make this lateral move. Sure but judge and Graham. Graham have a relationship built on a few years working together in New England. So I'm going to at this point simply trust the the Joe Judge knows what kind of coach Patrick Graham is. Graham did a good job in his two years with the giants on the defensive line seemed to in the few times I got to talk to him. Seem to know his stuff seemed to have a good relationship with players. Seem to have a good idea what he wanted to do with them. What he wanted to get out of them obviously coaching a position? It's a little bit more difficult to judge exactly what you know what a coach does because we don't get to see work on a day to day basis. We don't get to be the meetings. We don't get to see how they're teaching players. You know what they're teaching players we. We just see the end result on Sunday. And sometimes we don't know if that's simply a result of players not being good enough or you know or of them. I'm simply not being taught correctly. So it's it's really difficult at times to judge the work of a position coach but I'm inclined to to look at this higher by like Graham or higher of Graham and say yes it it sounds like a risk but just because there isn't a long long deep resume of success in just because his one year as a coordinator statistically doesn't look good. I'm not not going to to look down on this higher or trash this higher. I'm going to be optimistic. That Joe Judge knows what kind of head coach or what. What kind of coordinator Patrick Graham can be in it? Graham will bring the kind of defensive philosophy the kind of teaching philosophy V that judge wants to install with the giants. You know in the other thing. Let's talk a little bit about the other. Two coaches that the the giants have reportedly decided to retain from Pat Shurmur staff. We saw reports in recent days that judge will retain wide receivers cevers coach Tyke Tolbert and special teams coordinator Thomas mcgahey and now. If you ask me I think those are absolutely excellent joint decisions by judge. I think that those two gentlemen quite possibly where the best coaches on Pat Shurmur staff Thomas. McGee he is a really good special teams coach. He's a veteran. Special teams. Coach didn't excellent job in Carolina. has done an excellent job with the giants over two seasons seems like a real stand-up guy. Seems like a guy that that knows how to reach players players that does a good job adapting to situations to be really honest with you looking at the path of Joe Judge as special teams mm scored Nadir Looking at the you look at John Harbaugh special teams coordinator who became a head coach. It would not surprise me if somewhere. We're down the line. Thomas mcgahey begins to get some interest from teams for head coach interviews. The other guy who the giants it's decided to keep was wide. Receivers coach Tyke Tolbert now. He's a popular guy. He's an energetic guy. He's a guy who players love to work with guy who's done this job as wide receivers coach successfully for a number of organizations for the past fifteen in sixteen years. Something like that another really good decision by judge to keep Tyke Tolbert. I thought in a begin to build his coaching staff. Obviously you know. We're really curious at this point what judge is going to do who for an offensive coordinator what he's going to do for an offensive line coach. Those are two really critical. Hires coming up. Hopefully we'll get some more information on on knows as the week progresses giants fans right. Now let's take a quick break for a word from our sponsors. 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"coordinator" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"coordinator" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"coordinator" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"coordinator" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Jumpy Suchy might have some Perot cheese and beautifully. Scrambled eggs. You just never know. Exactly. All right. We have Sydney Baumgart here. She is the community engagement officer at PCC farmland trust. Yes. Coordinator coordinator coordinator, officer coordinator, you know, basically the same thing tolls. What's important? What what the job is for PCC farmland trust and all about that. Yes. So PCC farmland trust. We are nonprofit, and we protect farmland in Washington state ensuring that generations of farmers continue to grow food locally forevermore. Forevermore, no matter. I mean that's throughout all of Washington state. Yes. So we are a statewide nonprofit. But my recently, we have been focusing our efforts in Pierce county and Snohomish county where it's rapidly developing and growing so we're trying to keep up with that growth. And that's why we're doing the bulk of our conservation work to protect farmland. Right. So that does not include on two thousand acres can the foam, then yes, we focused on smaller farms. We have been protecting like twenty two two hundred sixty upwards to three hundred acre parcels, and we work to protect farmland in concentration. We want to protect entire agricultural communities. So those areas can continue to thrive we don't want farms here and there throughout the state we want entire communities. You don't wanna five hundred how subdivision small-farm five hundred dollars subdivision exact. Exactly. So and these these properties are getting out of control price-wise, right? I shouldn't say out of control so much as out of reach for young farmers to even farm on. Yes. So what the PCC farmland trust? Does we remove the development potential from farms, which actually lowers the price so newer and young farmers can't afford that farmland? So that's a big part of our mission is to make farmland more affordable for farmers. What is success look like for you guys a thriving agricultural community in Washington state. I mean, we have incredible natural resources here. I come from a family of commercial fisherman and Bellingham. We have all of this really prime fertile soil and agricultural. I mean, this is an agricultural state. So we want to see that continue into the future. And we want farmers to be able to. Afford land and able to continue farming and have resources and support. Exactly. I know. It's so fun for us on Sunday afternoons, we take the stroll through the Ballard farmers market. And you see the farmers coming to coming to show their wares and the little pinpoints VO Edison, Marysville and Skagit valley, tons of Skagit valley farmers. That's how these people afford to get to these farmers markets that we cherish so much. Yes. Exactly. And so I'm here today to talk about our annual fundraiser coming up on may second it's called the barn razor, and it's a celebration of Washington state's amazing natural resources and it centers around food. So we'll have local chefs and local winemakers beer and liquor, and we'll celebrate with some old time bluegrass music. We have incredible live auction prices. And it'll be a lot of fun. Are you actually going to raise the barn? Oh, yeah. We're gonna raise Barnes you're gonna raise the bar. That's so cool. Yeah. We're really strong. Have you ever seen a musical seven brides for seven brothers now? One of the great musical scenes of all times is raising the barn. Sydney. You probably didn't know Thomas a big musical theater fan. That's the news easy going to bluegrass music. You should have. Yeah. We should dance. So it's may second. And where does this take place and how do people get tickets? Yes. So may second from five thirty to eight thirty at the metropolis in Soto you can get tickets on our website PCC farmland, trust dot ORG. I gotta say PCC one of my favorite markets so local. And it's for every single reason that you're pointing out with this farmland trust, you support local farmers. I can go there and find produce that came from just just up the way. Yes. So and what I like is you don't have every produce on the planet. That's what I like the most. Yes. Yeah. So PCC markets. They founded us twenty years ago, which is pretty neat. So they founded us we are a separate nonprofit with our own staff board fundraising, but they're close friends and the presenting sponsor of the barn razor Soder phobe there. Yeah. So again may second at the metropolis tickets at WWW dot PCC farmland trust dot org. I know the Carlisle room will be there. We're big on vegetables at Carlisle room where we call ourselves veggie forward. And if you've never had the rainbow platter at the Carlisle room a sight to behold comes out on a big silver platter? So I'm sure some of our Desi will be down there. Handed out vegetables. Yeah. It is going to be kind of like a nice little walk around casual grab a little bite here. Grab a little taste of wine. There have a little dance in the coroner. Yes, you can see it. Now. Really envisioning evening on the second. Yeah. Yep. That sounds a rates, and yeah, the Carlisle room will feature strawberries from one of the trust protected firms, which will pretty cool, which is always great to it so excited when Washington strawberries come into season, that's one of the most exciting times of the year as greed. I think when you get involved with an organization like this you start to take ownership in a way that you might not normally so one of your slogans is our farms our future, and it really is that and I think the other thing that happens with farm farmers markets and things you end up in food deserts there. They tend to be a little bit more expensive than regular markets like going to the Fred Meyer or something like that. And so the create farm desert's sometimes from good wholesome, healthy, local food, and that the farmers markets. There's waste the shop at those that you can actually shop at the end of the day and get better deals, and there's all sorts of sorts of food assistance. They take wick carts now for many of them food stamps or snap vouchers. That's what I've always loved to see at the Columbia city market, which is the one that I go to daring during season and to see, you know, local community members that maybe a lot of people think oh my gosh. You know, it's so expensive to go to farmers market. To see that. They take snap is is really it might point is I know you're not into the farmer's market so much, but that's where your end up selling their product, and you can't have one without the others. So that might be a little more expensive, but less is more. All right. So go to the farmland trust dot org. Learn more about this event and learn more about the trust. And see if you want to become part of it. Thank you, Sydney Baumgart before joining us and telling us all about thank you for having me. Thank.

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"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"They probably know each other very well kubiak seems about as much as any head coach, I can think of as a relatively ego free eagle sky, not a Machiavellian, and I was surprised because like, okay, if your health it, why isn't he just become the head coach? And I and I did ask I heard I heard from the insider, they he really thought that there's a different health. In stress Biddle. Roles between coordinator and head coach that he essentially was asking can I be I wanna be a coordinator. Again, the Broncos were like, you can't leave. We want you to be our coordinator. But he did not want to be the head coach did not want to be considered because he thought that's too stressful. He's been through before what of the von interesting 'cause coordinators are an easy job. It's hard to in this whole thing. Apparently, he apparently that's what he wanted to do. And that's what Elway wanted to. Because it's like, he's not a young, man. That's gotta be harder than ninety nine point nine percent of jobs out. There said still apparently the word is that kubiak like you're saying doesn't wanna be head coach anymore, but Bruce Ariza to be a head coach anymore. You're go. I'm just saying he's fifty seven people change people their opinions. He gets back into the sport. He might get it. And what if he starts having conversations with LA me as a person if I if I was Vic vasbo a little bit nervous about another angle. Elway at him. Or so tight and short the money side for kubiak for doing less is probably very good. His friend is going to pay him. Very, well, I think that the older we get the right? The less Maquiavelian, right? Dan, more luck with able to get along with other people, and maybe one of those head coaches that would like have sources that buried the other coordinator through the media. I mean grad palace joke. Don't be up. To greg. This is a cutthroat business. And there's a lot of backbiting, and, you know, all the shop talk on behind the scenes, that's true backstabbing doesn't help that fund. You probably wants nothing to do with the offense on at all, I think right? they are all over fifty like fifty seven and up. I think they're not sweating that as much in hopefully, enjoying, you know, Jack near last in Freeman movie going on those are great. Let's spin the carousel and move on to another. Old man relatively compared to what we're seeing in the game Bruce area just brought up. Retired. So the body mind, although this NFL sideline business went to CBS when the booth didn't like that so much got an inch for the game ends up getting hired by the bucks who had to be Greg happy with how this landed for them because they still there conflicted, obviously about James Winston at this point..

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"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Jeez. Out there. We don't want him being the main Representative Ouch has the Vance key does after not getting the Browns job. He's the fulltime OC for the Vikings. So he sticks around they're moving on the Denver Broncos. They go in a different direction. They hire. Former bears defensive coordinator. As their new head coach. So in the air where everyone is looking for the next, Sean McVay. John Elway bucks that trend. He says I like the guy that's a good defensive play. Call caller get my defense back to where should be your thoughts. West on the Joel Indem. It doesn't really surprise me. The John Elway went defense in sort of win against the grain of what's popular in the NFL right now he went defense with his last higher. And it seems to me that he thinks Gary kubiak can just come out of the front office go right back to the sidelines takeover the offense, and they'll be fine. But this team is built on its defense. And I think John Elway knows that once continued to sort of feature the defenses the featured part of this this organization LA made this comment. He said I wanted one side of the ball to be dominant because it's rare that it's both. I think that that this is a movement towards getting back to running that defense the way that he wants it to be run. Well, and it doesn't make sense without kubiak but kubiak is the offensive coordinator. And. A huge higher. I mean, that's to me. That's partly why they hired Fonzie. Do we all have to say, they're totally up to your? I'm gonna go NGO because he he Vic Fangio who sixty years old. The sound is good. You got up. Yeah. He has as much respect. I think league-wide in just for the week tweet game plans that he's come up with dating back to his days in with the forty Niners. And now with the bears as just about any defensive play collar and league over the last decade. Have you put who's been the best coordinator of last decade on defense? He'd be in the top five for sure. And so you're combining that defensive mind with Gary kubiak who's up there in terms of offense of coordinators and certainly did a great job when he was with Denver. So as long as kubiak healthy. That's if I'm a Broncos fan, I feel pretty good about throw it over to coordinator corner. Mark spent a lot of time over there as well as we know Mark, Gary kubiak, good buddies. John Elway probably hung out in. The lobby of the used car lot many times just shooting the s any concerns if you're vivant GIO that a Super Bowl winning head coach is now your system, and he also happens to be best buds with your boss. I would be a little concerned because they're total. They're totally tight. And if there's issues there you may not win the push and pull, but I think on GIO did. I say big fines you alley. That's you. Well, I mean that had to be part and parcel for what might be his only shot to be a head guys are vet these guys have been in the NFL for thirty years..

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