17 Burst results for "Craig Stevens"
"craig stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Great Craig Stevens with D C. I group. What exactly is D? C I group Let's do full disclosure here, Craig Sure, we're public affairs firm in Washington, D. C that we work with the number of companies across the country. Okay? Um and you've been with them and again. Craig was at one time spokesperson for the former surgeon general of the United States under the George W. Bush administration. Carmona. So, Craig You. I know, I'm sure you're very familiar with the case of the New Jersey Jim. That opened Uh, in spite of the governor's, there's ah you know, dictates to be closed. They were following all of the protocols as far as the sanitation and cleansing of equipment and social distancing, And yet the governor came in and arrested them and shut them down. By the way, this is a governor in New Jersey. Murphy's his name who, at one point in famously said in an interview of April. What when he was asked about Um Our constitutional rights and the bill of rights, he said. Well, that's above my pay grade. I'm going. Oh, my God, This is a guy who took an oath of office to, among other things, not not only And here too, and defend the Constitution of the state of New Jersey. But the Constitution United States and it's above his pay grade The bill of Rights. Are you kidding me? Yeah, It really has been something to see some of these Governors act. I think with extreme haste in making some of these decisions and locked down and there's one thing toe follow the evidence file The science follow the folks at the CDC and the public. Local public health officials when it comes to Policy. But you know, some of the some of these actions just seem really designed designed to overly impact citizens lives but actually could have a military issue are opposite impact. That some of these folks are looking for what I've what I've really been surprised that it seems like those states where they're having the most draconian measures. Take Washington State, for example, They continue to have these what they would consider Outbreak surgeon. Yes, exactly. So we need to be doing something different right now. And, um You know, I would argue that allowing people to maintain as much of a normal life as possible would be would be one thing the folks could do. I'll tell you what the draconian lockdowns have met. They've meant surges. In Psychologically. Diagnosed depression. They've meant suicide rates have gone up dramatically, especially among younger people. Who, by the way or not is vulnerable. We have we have all the science and evidence to prove it or not, is vulnerable. Covert 19 as those an older age groups. The average age of death of a covert 19 so called diagnose patients is still 78 in this country. And we're talking about 20 and 30 and 40, year olds and 50 year olds who need to get this exercise for not only their physical health, but their psychological health. And they're being deprived of it. When these states have lockdowns and time after time we have seen They did this in Nashville, Tennessee. I don't know if you know about this study, um Back in May. They did a contact tracing in Nashville, Tennessee, and they wound up determining through their own contact tracing and they tried to hide this from people. That the Infection rate wasn't spreading because of people going to bars and restaurants. For example, it was three places it was construction sites, nursing homes and warehouses. It wasn't from fitness centers. It wasn't from bars or restaurants and again, Governor DeWine said the same exact thing in his press conference last week. When he threatened, closing the bars and restaurants and Jim's again. It's amazing Yeah, And you know you're much in New Jersey. I mean, but the lion's share of Morbidity and New Jersey in New York, of course, was in nursing homes. That was certainly a tragedy. Well where the governor's put sick people back in confined areas and nursing homes, knowing they were sick when they had all of those other outlets that President Trump and made available like the Javits Center, and the USS wasn't mercy or comfort. That was Have the ship out there. Absolutely on. I think you made a great point to that when it comes to fitness centers, Um, you know, the large trusted fitness centers, Those large brands. They're taking extra precautions. They're making sure that their workers are wearing masks their work making sure that you know every other um you know, cardiovascular machine is shut down for this, Um, social distancing. The locker room's air shut down on. They're also making sure that everything is sanitized between each and every use so that there can be a way to mitigate the risk of Copan 19. I think that individuals are being smart. I think that these companies are being smart, but on top of that, when you are able to exercise you actually doing that extra step to try to combat Over 19 by, you know, reducing all those vulnerabilities and actually also strengthen your immune system. If you are exercising on a regular basis, and you're increasing, Say your Your ability to breathe your lung power and you're adding muscle to your frame and getting rid of the fat. The obesity you are making your heart more healthy. Then, aren't you much more able to sustain any germ that comes along? It would make sense to me. Yes, Absolutely. And I think that's what exact with the science is showing that even if you're infected or affected by the cove in 19 virus, and even if you do have a sickness, it tends to be more mild. It tends to be something that If you are healthier, you arm or easily able to combat and return to normal life quicker the average duration of the Corona virus. I mean, we're talking about a majority of the people who come into contact with the dinner exposed and Become infected of the average duration is 2 to 3 days. That's what I hear from everybody I talked to now There are obviously isolated cases where people are in the hospital for 34 weeks and going to intensive care. They're isolated, very isolated minute cases where people die, But the survivability rate of this particular virus is still right around 96 97% without even hospitalization. And yet we're being told that we've got to close the gyms, for example. Just stop the spread and save people's lives. It just is counterintuitive. It makes no sense to me whatsoever. You. Look, you're absolutely right. And especially when we're doing trying to pull out all the stops to defend ourselves against Cove in 19, and we're talking about a vaccine and 345 months. We have to be doing things proactively in order to strengthen our bodies and strengthen our immune systems again against Copan 19, and it seems like shutting down fitness centers like you said his counter intuitive to the two that logic. Craig Stevens, Thank you so much for your time. I appreciate it and maybe we'll talk again if we have to. It's probably not a good thing, but if we appreciate it Yeah, Well, if we have to, we will. Thank you, Craig. Gracias. Thank you. All right, The nightcap rolls on on 700 wlw news,.
"craig stevens" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Morning everyone and welcome back a couple renting a house on Airbnb caught on candid camera the listing had everything they wanted and more they're staying may have you looking differently as certain items inside a stranger's house seven Craig Stevens has the story here we go Craig what's going on Bob a screen shot of the listing way nap posted on Airbnb advertises a nice large town house but it never mentions hidden cameras Derek storm was in the home in what hidden cameras. there's no he had a little delay on is on the S. in cameras this is again but it never mentions hidden cameras. what is the home one night when he saw a pin hole in the smoke detector similar to this one and called police so you know I look at the smoke detector that he was that he's referring to there's no way in the world that ninety nine point nine percent of people looking I would say that the camera is those holes around the the smoke detector anyway right and that's a little tiny hole that was not supposed to be there is a camera we see a lot of computer storage data devices police found to smoke detector cameras in the home boy cameras have HD quality audio and video the victim knows the camera captured him naked in the master bedroom he wonders where that video is now so while we're also wifi capable so they've been signally didn't have to hard wire man now bonded out of jail but wouldn't come to his door for comment Airbnb said a statement saying they are outraged the a permanently banned nat from their community I'll wait stores Airbnb knowledge about their hourly and it's a Friday what what yes what might they see on a Friday you'll be with security well of course if there was a young lady looking outside and she saw headlights that is your signal to take the top off and show her abilities. stores Airbnb do more to keep things that are happening yeah I was the victim shared this photo he took off the device and hopes other victims will recognize the room and come forward police say nat told them everyone knew he had hidden cameras in his condo for sex parties he liked to throw okay. this guy gets better and better huh police say nat told them everyone knew he had hidden cameras in his condo for sex parties he liked to throw while that like you to Hey I'd like you to meet my new husband and. the Korean sexual.
"craig stevens" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Speaking after celtic eliminated from the champions league leasing to cruise legs in the qualifiers big vibe for sound safe because obviously dominated domestic football so much this was kind of a golden ticket season this season because going from the ten the ten title bought ah the gravitas of clo- planning the trump he's league and then the financial world and get an expedience is huge toll sold the ah well the soldier most talented kid at the national recently and i don't think the fines have seen probably enough common bag untempted quality players coming in and financially. If you don't have the money you can get better <hes> so that means that this team next year that could be in the same position found or i can tell you it would have been a rough night last night experience. I think everyone craig stevens. The joneses moved from us tomorrow till the by walk into extra-time livable celebration still going on behind us to keep it going in the always said you wanted to get off his also celebrate our celebrate in a different way. Is it fair to say that live. I still hung over from last season because they look extremely fatigued and borderline. Burn downs <hes>. I wouldn't say the loophole over. I wouldn't disagree that some of them. Let's come. I'll let you go if you've got one day the cameras on them. He's kind of blowing clearly clearly the the feeling so that can i tell you that not not philly and the funding go through an extra time <hes> <hes> no on the face of an easy game supposedly against the weekend away but it's never easy when you have a big u._p. Night tweet wheat and then you have to go place thompson. It's always tough extra time as well. I wouldn't disagree. He completely not tylenol boom seasons. The not the not up to speed right talked about before you're not going to be up to speed with one game against origin <hes> supercop fewer games to get that shot miss yeah <music>. We can certainly see that. I think the one the one thing that i'm kind of what is bonuses. The defensively looked a little shaky when preseason and then june. P._c.'s said the weed come right. I believe the talian actually haven't seen them defendant settling the reputation not by the haven't been defendant up to reputation they have they've been a little salty for me. High panel was a correct penalty decision..
"craig stevens" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily
"Is retirement age, the wrong goal by Craig Stevens of retire before dad dot com. I named this blog based on a goal I set back in two thousand two to retire at age fifty five one year before the age, my dad retired the objective drives, many of my financial decisions it has all the markings of a smart goal specific measurable, achievable relevant and time bound, but now that I'm older and think more critically about money and family. I have started to question whether retirement age is the right goal several factors have led me to rethink the logic seventeen years later retirement, define I've always thought of my goal in terms of traditional retirement, that is to withdraw from active working life. The day. My dad retired was the last day he ever earned money from job. You could say he's my retirement role model sometime before I turned fifty six I'll stop working forever to. That's still the current plan, at least, but the word retirement can be interpreted in other ways one can retire from career, but not stop working for money. For example, an NFL star that retires from play. It becomes a commentator. I could declare myself retired from my career at age fifty five or any age really whether I'm fully prepared to retire or not, then keep working on something else that I'm more passionate about during a living, even though I wouldn't need the money since I already retired. I say this ingest. If you read a lot of early retirement blogs, this may sound familiar at this stage, in my savings journey, I expect to exit fulltime work at or before age fifty five, especially the kind of work that involves a commute or firm weekly time commitment, but I do enjoy entrepreneurial work when it's at my own pace, and I may want to continue that kind of work in semi retirement, perhaps, before age fifty five or after since I have a business now this is more likely than it was a decade ago. Then again, I'm not all that ambition. When I have enough money laziness might kick in a better retirement goal may be to retire when I'm good and ready.
"craig stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Be on store shelves later this week. That's Tom Roberts reporting. Komo news time three twenty seven Ford is trading. Its wheels for a pair of walking shoes digit is a new package delivery robot from partnership between Ford and Jilani robotics, Ford's Craig Stevens says digit walks onto legs, and his designed to look friendly. Steve recognizeable as a humanoid robots, I to, to lakes as a, a sense, allied since sort of, it's a small head the ads the project came out of an earlier experiment in pizza delivery, a trial that she delivering pizza with Domino's, and we learned a lot from that one of those things was that people really wanted to meet Sarah, different, not of the driveway in a cough. But there's no need for human delivery drivers to be worried. I think. Humans is still going to be all. Package delivery. Will I be doing the holiday places? With Tech Trends, I'm Daria Albinger, ABC news. I started going cold Turkey. At least when I'm in the car, I know I shouldn't do it, but it's so hard to stop. My solution is simple. I just don't do it. There are lots of ways to stop yourself and others from texting and driving. How will you stop? Brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council. The smallest moments can have the biggest impact on a child's life. Dad son, come home with me. Visit the secret panda village sleep like a panda. Eat like a panda. I wasn't eating.
"craig stevens" Discussed on WJR 760
"Well, we know that the automakers are working on computers and high tech equipment to drive our cars for us. But what about robots to deliver? Our packages are two d- two your highness. While we all know who that robot is right, so lovable. But he's just a movie robot Ford is working on a real bought to explore a new frontier in the world of atonomy once step for a robot in one giant leap for robotics, Boorda's teaming up with the agility robotics company, and they have developed a delivery robot. They have a name for this robot and have data in mind when the robot may come to your door WJR's to talks with Craig Stevens director of controls for automated systems at the Ford Motor Company for a while. And, you know, we know that robots gonna be increasingly PA of society, we see today, and we're interested in saying how the, the public is gonna react you just the idea of getting packages delivered by a robot. So we can understand that whilst developing the technology with jealousy. And you'll even give. On the robot of name. Tell us the robot's name. It's actually not robots. For for the robot. And, you know, our entrenched it's trying to solve this what people call it the last fifty foot problem has week at packages for all by saying, tournaments Vaco some of these still but we thought that agility what they has something unique. That's a lot of places in our world that it is I end for humans. Right, and humans have legs, and so steps, and things really are meaningful to buy fetal robots. How realistic is it to have digit the robot or other robots that you might build actually helped make deliveries? So, you know, it is a research project, right? So one about key thinks we have to try and figure out how realistic is the ambition. But if you look at where robots have come from over the loss that he is. It's completely imaginable. Right that we will have robots out there now. Well, interacting with us, you know, draw your attention. Maybe two tournaments was right in the grand challenge, which was just me up ten fifteen years ago. I think that's what people believing that, you know, Thomas fake which we could have an and now if you look all the trials autonomous vehicles out there in the world is really believable. So we feel that this is very credible. But it is still research project. Where does it exist in, in the line of reality? And how long has Ford been working on this? We have Rosie working on robotics weeks, such and, you know, the most obvious place to do that is in manufacturing. Right. We've had manufacturing robots for more than three decades, our manufacturing team as looking at all the ways that building intelligent is into robots can help us know manufacturing sector. And it's very and that could be delivering stock in NS NBC thought it could be the robots. You see on an assembly line. So the rub the underlying robotics research has many different potential applications in our baseness the package. Delivery side. We've just like with autonomous vehicles. We have to figure out not just over the technical challenges, but all such a about the business of societies, which have inches, so we're gonna be partnering lawsuits. About technology will be Pottering with people only about, we'll be putting in the cities will be partnering with people who might use the service so that could be post made could be Domino's could be WalMart and so on. So I think it's so as we such, but we think we've got the right partners to go and figure out some of those of business related problems alongside tiny ones, is there something else that this robot could do. Or could you develop another robot like it? For some other purpose. So we see a variety of different robotics projects. Everything from looking at how we paint coast in our assembly plows how we have collaborative robots on a semi lines. How we live material? We'll drove strong. So there's always an out the scope of research. But we the way we, we stop thinking about these things as we look at what's the what's the problem, we want to solve what's the use case. How does this help people to get their work done? What become best, right? And how can it resolve issues that going to be useful to society? Right. We've seen how also nation has helps us take away jobs that are either to style that you dying Jewish rights. How can we continue that off without robot, six weeks, such? But all that design is walk while we. I think his unique pace that we're bringing, but the punish that we have with them is that obviously the amount of compute the amount sense as you can put on a robot is limited, but we have these tournaments vehicles that have a large amount of canoe compute, they have a large amount of sensors and have great kind Timothy to the growing internet things. So the side that we're what you on the Ford side is how much can we help day Jit achieve its mission in delivering packages? You could have in your partners could have developed a robot in any kind of shape was their thought that we don't necessarily have to make this a human type of shape or what was the reason for giving him arms and legs, one of the things we want to about is how people going to react to a robot right in that community and most people's images of robots comes from science fiction, but I think if you look at the robots out there. I actually think she looks kind of friendly, so. We'll be looking that right at how people interact with, with digit and you have that may influence by design iterations. Is it too soon to guess as to when we might see digit actually at work? It is a research project. It is too soon. But, you know, we're going to have our Thomas vehicles out there in twenty twenty one so that's clearly put it in Al Qaeda's in the, in the kinds of my change of see how soon could we provide our time this fake, allow say with a package delivery robot? So that's where is the focus, but we have a law, what to do before that becomes reality. Mr Stevens, it was fun talking with you about the new upcoming robot. Thank you for joining us on WJR. Appreciate it. Craig Stevens director of controls of automated systems for Ford Motor Company and his robot digit..
"craig stevens" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily
"This is optimal finance daily episode eight forty. It's only money by Craig Stevens of retire before dad dot com. And I am, Dan. I'm your hosts happy Friday to you. Hope you've had a great week and I've got a new author and new website today. The site is retire before dad dot com, and we got to meet Craig Finn con- this year, and he's got a bunch of helpful articles on his site, including some great reviews and resources. So check it out at retire before dad dot com, and with that let's hear our first post from Craig and start. Optimizing your life. It's only money by Craig Stevens of retire before dad dot com. Every week I write about money, sometimes in a roundabout way. But ultimately, this website is about growing wealth by making better financial decisions life is not about money, but money can help us live, a better life when you're living paycheck to paycheck, unexpected expenses can be extremely stressful. The news of a major home repair or car problem can be serious punch in the gut when you're just trying to get by it hurts when you're aggressively building wealth, or living off your savings to. That's why it's good practice to prepare for financial calamities by building an emergency fund. In addition to proper insurance coverage. But as hurtful and stressful as a big expense may be, it's only money. It's not a threat to life for health and doesn't need to threaten relationships or true happiness. Those are the things that really matter lunch with a pseudo mentor, the title of this post comes from a conversation. I had years ago with a former manager this person was perfectly situated to be a mentor, but I disagreed with him about how to conduct business. At many stages of our relationship because of this. I never considered him a mentor. I learned from his mistakes more than successes. Things were always going wrong, and he would often consider himself the victim. The mistakes were usually in the form of trusting people without a legal agreement, trusting without verifying or assuming some business would commence that was never finalized one day during lunch. He told me that a project suffered a large contract loss. The loss was a major blow to revenue when I realized the gravity of this loss. I said something like that sucks. I assume that someone had screwed him again, and was about to hear another tale of woe, but instead his response took me by surprise. He said, it's only money and that was that he was over it. He may have taken that line from an old movie. Turns out he was having a difficult year with family health problems. The blip in the business road wasn't nearly as devastating as what he was dealing with outside of work, money wasn't important to him at that particular moment. Life went on why I'm increasing. Emergency fund recent events have convinced me that I need to increase the amount in my money market account. The interest rate for my new high yield savings account is now above two percent. So I was planning to increase it somewhat anyways. But more importantly, I've realized that I don't have enough cash available to pay for a major home repair. We've been lucky for the past seven years at both our home and rental property, no major repairs aside, from some brickwork. I used to think about my emergency fund as a backstop in case. I lost my job. This was tested late last year and a use the fund to keep us afloat. But my parents recently had to back to back, costly home repairs that changed my thinking if something similar would happen to us we'd have to borrow from other sources at my parents house, the plumbing that takes the wastewater out of the house had a major clog in the basement from decades of use the plumbers had to bring in the jackhammer dig up the basement floor and a whole outside the house to replace the pipe. It was a big messy job and expensive insurance will cover some of the repairs, but it's going to hit. My parents emergency fund hard, then two weeks ago after the plumbing problems, a seventy foot tree fell from a neighbor's yard toppled a significant tree in my parents yard like a domino. Then down some big branches from the neighbor's. Tree crushed defense. Then snapped an old telephone pole with a basketball hoop on it. All on a calm and sunny day, the description and pictures, don't do it Justice. They tell me thankfully, my dad wasn't mowing at the time. Now there's a huge mess. It's going to take a ton of manual labor to remove all the wood. Then hollowed out of the yard. It's down a big hill. Difficult to get to street level, that's going to cost a decent chunk to my parents have the cash on hand, but we would not be able to cover both problems if they happened concurrently for us. Our properties are newer, my parents home was built in nineteen forties. But the events still make me want to have more financial control over the next calamitous home repair. As of today are liquid reserves are insufficient savings, segmentation, not long ago, I wrote about how to manage excess cash. Flo. When income outpaces expenses for the month, I segment our savings into different pools of occasion, fund a car savings fund as a result of swearing off car payments, and our general fund, which also serves as the emergency fund combined, these funds should be able to cover any major home repairs, when push comes to shove, but that would defeat the purpose of allocating money for specific purposes. The vacation fund were building is already budgeted for a family trip next year. The car fund is still growing, so I can buy a brand new car in for years or so what I think needs to happen. And this is just becoming apparent as I write this is I need to create a separate segmentation for emergency savings.
"craig stevens" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"A number of cases that have happened recently UFO reports have happened recently that maybe go back to December. About the reflective chap. It was caused by military exercise apparently dropped by one thirty. Now, the difference the the biggest mystery of although is that when I went back to look at the reports of this while news stations and many other authorities were saying that was chaff was dropped over the area. The C one thirty to drop the chaff didn't come from Fort Campbell in Kentucky or Scott air force base in western Illinois. No one knows where the C one thirty came from. So when you look at some of the things that have happened your Scott air force base. It was actually ground zero for a major UFO citing out of mills daddy, Illinois. Now in the year two thousand one I filed a report for UFO magazine called the secret of the triangle and in the story. I was I was actually familiar with a UFO encounter with police officers in mill stat on January fifth two thousand approximately four twenty nine AM police officer Craig Stevens heard on NewsRadio the Highland. Police department had a report of a large flying object in the air several police agencies recalled into investigate a huge bright light eventually came closer and closer. It was reported to be a three storey triangle. Call from Highland PD. Check driver just stopped in. So there was a shrine object. Any area of Lebanon? Was like a two story house. On red blinking lights. Stop west over Lebanon. Could you check the area?.
"craig stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Lines? Well, I tell you all the guesses on the gentlemen, singing, rich man Yiddish have been terrific. My hats off to all the folks that guest guest on that. Really? Really great. Well, let's see if I think it's Marianne Amazon who is Marianne you think, you know. Well, I think the border. No, Victor Borge never saying, this gentleman was a legit singer. Was a great artists. I loved him. But not he. Okay. Sorry. Thank you. Thank you. Merry Christmas to you too Marian. Art, art. Welcome to be. Thank you very much, gentlemen. Actually, I have two guests. But I'll go with the one I think it is always the fellow who told me he was disappointed that he wasn't expert. And that would be Herschel Bernardi. Herschel, Bernardi is a great gifts. He journal. Show do there, and he would have made a great via in the in the motion picture, but unfortunately is not him. Very good. Guess. When I wake up early in the morning. I mean early sometimes going home from doing this shift. I watched the Peter Gunn series, and he played Peter. Guns, Lieutenant buddy all detectives on TV. Craig Stevens had a buddy who's on the police force. And worst know what's the rush Martin of walkie? Yes. Don't don't. Yes. Up the shows. But the the both themes we've done by Henry Mancini, maybe that's why. Right. Right. And then I recall Hessel, Bernardi starring in a show called Arnie show. I remember that. Yeah. He's real good, Bernardi. And he also did LaGuardia. The Broadway on Broadway. All right. Well, thank you for trying. Nice. Nice. Try art, really. All right. Thank you, gentlemen. Merry christmas. Janet in Stoughton high. They're going to take a guess zero mostel no zero was the original heavier in fiddler on the roof. But it ain't he. Okay. Great. Give it a shot. Yeah. It was a great try, but unfortunately, not zero okay? Well out could be the lucky one else. Well, okay. Good guests Morgan. Louise in swore Cam. Hi, guys. So good to talk to you. My first time calling a welcome aboard. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. Love your show Morgan. And it's wonderful to hear you out and the tool, you're great. Thank you. Okay. I was gonna say the other one that they that the one the one who just missed, but I'll say Theodore Cal bingo. Good for you. You sure did. He originally was in the original Broadway show. I think he played laser the butcher. And then many times over the years when they've gone on the road, he played he played heavier. The lead basically known as a folk singer, buddy. Many movies. Yes. Many many movies and I saw him in fiddler portraying the lead. And he was terrific. Good for you. My dear K, Louise, chance qualified to be one of the people that just might get WBZ t shirt. And wouldn't it be a big smile on your face? I have it on my face right now. Yes. I get the right answer kissed him. And I was gonna go to sleep, and I put on the radio, and I heard you two guys. And I said, no, and I'm but I try to get it. Do me a favor keep listening because Russell in thirty five minutes. We will find out who the two winners are. Okay, I'm gonna put you on hold. I'll give Andrea formation. Roll the dice and see what happens. It was. Nice talking to you guys happy happy healthy new year. Thank you. Appreciate the call. She's Arnhold Andrew will speak to her good. A lot of calls on that. And all good calls as well. Everybody was in the ballpark. Exactly. Just somebody who had played that role on Broadway or somebody who could do that dialect. Exactly. So there you go. We had a lot of fun with that. I think are version together was just. Muscle. And all the certainly, and we knew the words. Yeah. Especially. Ubt boom, boom, boom. That part you were right on. Little Jewish blood. You. That's what I think I won't deny. I will not deny I believe at Morgan, you don't look Jewish, but the you've got a little Jewish and you and I have the same high school Brookline high and background. That's right. That's right. I love Brooklyn high. I thoroughly enjoyed pinger proclaim high those for years. Were four years. I was seven. I was about to say how did you live four years? This is amazing celebrated courses. Oh, jeez. Wow. I never heard of anybody going to school for four years. How the hell did I do seven? I know I didn't do that. Good. That proves it. I do that. Well, graduated after seven years that well, but the key the key is. And I'm not going to back away from saying this. I would have gone to. JP high. If I had stayed than the Boston school system. I was fortunate enough to be part of the second year class of mezcal. Oh, I see I'm in that got me into Brookline high. And I know the education I got proclaimed high. I'm saying then was. Above what I would have gotten at Jamaica plain. They have great reputation for studies very highly ranked high school. I can't believe I went for seventy maybe it was eight years. I think of it. Pretty borderline. Yeah. But no longer than eight years honest to God, I never hit nine and they were reason to be proud. Thank god. But even my freshman year, I know I would not.
"craig stevens" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Sacramento long beach and palm springs you're in those seven cities those councils will be able to vote to allow alcohol to be served past two am all the way until four am who needs to drink until i mean honest to god maybe if you're twenty five and you're just i but oh my g really nothing good can happen after say one am let alone you know four that's just crazy to me unless you change the entire culture of the area there are places in europe and south america were no one goes out to dinner until nine or ten at night south beach when i lived in miami are night started we did the we did the five to six and the ten o'clock news and m between we'd finish the news at six thirty or seven we go to benny hana's pound a few back and then do the ten o'clock sanchez there yeah of course rick penny penny daniels sally fits limb martinez some of them are still there craig stevens who's now main anchor there he was like a little puppy reporter and and then you go out afterwards dancing at the cameo till three am those clubs are open really late miami and i don't know if they didn't serve i don't think it stopped the people from drinking but we had a very late like i would wake up at noon every day for year was fantastic i hate that because i wake up when the sun comes up on me too i love it now but back then i was twenty two living in miami it was fine to wake up at color blade and then you would do it all over again at three o'clock cunanan.
"craig stevens" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Down of certain politicians and the president being one of those when we should be congress should all join together and listen to what you're saying craig stevens is a spokesman for grow america's infrastructure now craig thanks for the heads up keep us posted to be here anything maybe lean on you to do that it's just inexcusable and when you look at the pictures it was all the news thursday frankie that happened and then i'm watching i told you that i was trying to get better i stayed home i want a riveting riveting on what watching the story and it goes away frank it goes away and like the congress is worried more about taking this president should they be concentrating on this oh and the other thing joe is story but it came out that and you can listen to this and the we could play it later if you want a voicemail was left by her that engineers who was responsible for the bridge saying oh by the way we're seeing some visible cracking needs to be addressed now it call me crazy but if you see cracking on an operational pedestrian bridge maybe you do something more than just leave a voicemail that doesn't go check until after the bridge collapses i'm telling you it's that and maybe maybe you protect our children at schools maybe you see what's happening when there's when when there's so many red flags and there's a mentally ill person that wants to go and shoot up a school we to concentrate all the things that matter in all if the game of politics is inexcusable what's happening in washington dc we try to wrangle it back every morning and say what matters for us like this this whole mckay playing oh now the left is going to go after the right because if you don't start the whole russia collusion thing how about if that fiasco just goes away one let's just concentrate on fixing the bridges on lowering the taxes would like asset it before twenty cents a gallon and you know some there's some well intentioned politicians.
"craig stevens" Discussed on KKAT
"And if you're they've already out you know at that point three billion dollars i mean if other companies looking at this and saying if i can't trust the federal government to follow its own rules regulations why am i gonna to kind of money now absolutely and uh you know the the government's we always think it's our friend but sometimes it's the unintended consequences in the way that they think in politics uh ends up hurting us in in our pocket books talking to uh craig stevens he's the a spokesperson for grow america's infrastructure now gain uh you talk about uh the partnership with with with two hundred billion dollars partnership money a trillion dollars here that is a ton of money and and going into it worse the biggest needed that we're going to put this money that the everyday american will we'll see it yeah i think you're gonna see some be ready projects especially when it comes to a state and local roads and bridges uh what i think you're gonna be seeing more of is is muncipalities being able to lend some of this money have some municipal bonds out there that can move forward with this and then again having to the federal government puts the money towards it and you might see a a one to two federal state batchar a two to one uh federal state match so that there can be some of this this flow of of revenue to these important projects and you know folks near the beltway here our roads need updating in in all throughout communities across the country i mean i think you're gonna see a lot of investment in in some of these roads bridges yeah the bridges we always hear that about the bridge and we're so reactionary craig when it comes to stuff like that because we only ever think about it when there's a bridge collapses and people die or we only ever think about it but you know like you said the engineers come out and said we got a lot of issues here and and we we tend to just go well we're not going to do anything until there is an absolute need to because we've lost lives but the point is you start it's it's too late i think one of the.
"craig stevens" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Bunker yes surged to be bad if there's you know waves above lima your underground but uh it was it was interesting to be there and then tibco we we we got out in the eye and everything you're lucky unbreakable can be schmidt would i don't know the reference i don't watch the show but yes i'm a lot like her her let let me ask you blocker for awhile you had to stay there and work in broadcasting your family's driving around in state trying to escape this that has an emotional toll on youtube but you're also trying to do your job and are you guys good now you still without power are you one of the people that still without i am still without power likud been very challenging but you know what i'll take that any day the folks down on the keys are really suffering other have been many deaths star still folks without uh 'electricity food or water a lot of displaced people parked to the lower queens have been just erase from the face of the earth they got a double actually the guy triple whammy not just the rain in the wind up but they also had a storm surge come in from the atlantic and then when the back side of the storm went through they had been gulf then come in so they were really they were already sought in left and right and they they're doing everything they can to recoup the national guard as bellmare a lot authorities are down there there are pool drives going on a lot of charities are taking food and water as it has really been devastating for them i i think about the keys and i just is one of my favorite places and i beautiful one of my favorite weekends was with that with kelly mitchell and jessica gary i don't know if you've heard of them but they were sure legends their and give i want you to give my best to everybody they're craig stevens and lin martinez and belqis the rain is allah's jacobs those the people like the and patrick frazier still there they yes he still here i'll i'll let them know absolutely lease do and thanks for joining us and i hope that things get back to somewhat normal that i know that it's going to take a long time so you know stay safe grounded thank you.
"craig stevens" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The cooling off of the summer here in southern california which is like beautiful eighty eighty degrees and sunny in perfect in dry it really is nice now this we've been following the hurricanes unease there still dealing with a very hot summer and lots of water everywhere and no power in certain parts of the state now it's horrible and i went through hurricane andrew i was working in a station call wsvn which is the fox affiliate in miami owned by sending television you in there with rick levin tholot shepard smith sabc said share exorbitant aid yes well i wasn't they're with robin she came after but i was there with the great cno penny daniels and yes we act kelly mitchell eh it was so much fun and some of them are still there lim martinez as uh craig stevens alice jacobs his news director was a really good friend of mine and now she's hires and fires everybody over there are one of the people that she hired is a meteorologists of boy they've changed the way they use to do weather at has an uphill pharaoh who i'm following on twitter kenneth after follow all my on my you know peace from the old station phil welcome thanks for joining us likud ahead i hope you to open fire already time soon now you still working out of the little weather off i remember the first time i did whether there i saw something fell what is it right off the studio the one with the door with the blind still get used to be fair that has now moved awareness side office now we are actually one of the very few officers said a window what overlooking bisky i tell you why dolphins out there i thought my as a girl from canada and i aid pinch myself and i pinch myself every day because i drive in with palm trees and sunshine and i didn't have airconditioning in my car and i've watched those dolphins off the seventy nine th street causeway and then i get into my little weather bunker and i start doing my cutandpaste icons you know it's going to be for bob sulphur and one day i'm in there and i see something move out of the corner of my eye and it was.
"craig stevens" Discussed on WJR 760
"Dr craig stevens chairman of on color had beaumont royal oak spoke with guy gordon onto subject proton therapy in gene therapy i why is the use of protons better than x rays for treating cancer well x rays go all the way through the patient batch y you can image with them uh the advantage to protons as they go in and they stop uh what that does is it allows you to concentrate the dose where the cancer is and avoid any adjacent normal healthy tissues so you don't have to also radiate oregon's that may be behind the oregon this diseased zacklin can radiate much less of it so who will benefit most or who i would be a candidate for this well of course the patients with the greatest chance to have weight side effects are going to have the best benefits so those are the youngest patient so of course pediatric patients her first on that list um the uh don't want any kind of young patient would would benefit maximally to there are also certain classes of patients that almost always have significant side effects patients with had a neck cancers lung cancers certain types of brain tumors and does patients have a great benefit it's as well we know we know that mclaren and there's another hospital in the state of michigan that will be having some of these machines come online soon but until the near the only game in town how will you determine who gets to use it in how long aligned you have and could he tell me anything about the patient you had this morning was treated well the the earth first patient a actually has a brain tumor and unfortunately it was our current brain tumor and on this is one that uh they couldn't get the the entire tumor out and so a he would have needed radiation therapy no matter what the advantage to the proton therapy is less of his brain will get radiation than would have otherwise so his chance of heavenly tied effects are much laws and how will we if we have a long when i'm sure there are a lot of patients with a lot of kids out there that they would like to see have this kind of treatment rather than the.
"craig stevens" Discussed on 1A
"The law enforcement takes directive from the leadership in the state governor down and people are not not quarter senator hired heidi heitkamp senator john holdren and uh congressman kramer all of them are are in support of this pipeline in for good reason they get significant contributions from the industry itself the industry and the government together along with the the congress create the laws and the law for stuff like this happen and when law enforcement islam acting in partnership with the security company events like what you just played are are are gonna happen and you'll that's what we're faced against that's what we're up against or up against the at your i just wanna say you were not against the unions were not against the the the macro level of benefits of this of the jobs what we're upbeat what we're what we're up a posing is the location of this pipeline and and we want to say no more don't do this to us again it continues over and over and we can say a lot of things that happened in the past that was us that did that to you wasn't us but yet today when you look at it it continues to happen and was this thing must not do it again i wanna turn this question over the craig stevens because craig you can be pro infrastructure and also i would imagine pretty at despairing of of these interactions between private security and protesters that we saw last fall they did turn violent nobody wants that what do you think is going on here what do you think is the solution the so that's a great question on i think what we saw was on a resolution emotions intentions wrote that whole process some the german are ticketed quite well and other is a each state has a shipu of someone the estate historic preservation officer who was tasked with making sure that that these routes that these activities are conducted in in uh shortly sensitive manner and the.
"craig stevens" Discussed on 1A
"In june a federal judge ordered the trump administration to conduct further environmental reviews of the pipeline the judge said the army corps of engineers didn't adequately consider the impacts of a potential oil spill meanwhile supporters of the pipeline say there's a really simple argument for it it will bring a lot of jobs to the region one of those supporters is with me in studio craig stevens is a spokesman for the gain coalition grow america's infrastructure now craig thanks for coming in the and joining us from prairie public broadcasting in bismarck north dakota is dave archambeau he's chairman of the standing rock sue a dave thanks for being with us your we have also from bismarck amy cisco she's a reporter for inside energy and prairie public broadcasting she has been covering the story hey me either glad to be here and before we start i wanna note for listeners we did invite the army corps of engineers and the company that built the pipeline energy transfer partners to join us on air but they declined a amy before we get into the latest news on the pipeline let's step back and talk about why it was built in the first place it's bringing oil from fields in north dakota to illiinois why illinois yeah i'm a lot of that oil won't actually end up in illinois it might be transported via additional pipelines down to the gulf of mexico on or to other markets on but you know about a decade ago on there was an oil boom that started up here in north dakota and at the time there were not enough on a pipelines to carry the oil out of north dakota to markets and so on the state relied on heavily on trains to transport that oil um and the.