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"dan lewis" Discussed on Fresh Air
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]]Securing Public Pensions
"The first star emission disturbing members can be police officers. They came preschool employees and state employees. And what we do is we. We make sure that they have a retirement benefit at the time that they're ready to stop actively working in calpers over the last four years has been making very difficult decisions about the appropriate funding of these pension plans for the future. We'll trust i'm dan. Lewis can this is after the fact and that was marcy frost. She leads the california public employees retirement system. Calpers is the nation's largest public pension system with a global investment portfolio of around four hundred twenty billion dollars that's a figure larger than the gdp of countries like norway singapore and the difficult decisions. Marcie mentions affect the retirement benefits for nearly two million public employees retirees and their families is a challenge facing many states across the country as they look at the best ways to fund their public pension systems. And that's something. Greg menace works on at pugh helping states develop solutions to close the funding gap between what state pension plans odor their public employees. And the money. That's being put aside to pay that bill up. Hugh analysis in two thousand eighteen found that funding gap in the states totaled one point two four trillion dollars. That's with a t and that's the data point for our episode. It's a number. Experts see growing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic amid those daunting numbers states like pennsylvania and california have discovered innovative ways to ensure pension systems. Keep their promises to retirees. Most people are familiar with 401k. Plans and over sixty million americans saved through retirement primarily through those kinda plans in the public sector. It's different where most of the state and local workers participate in what are called defined benefit plans by and large this distinction where in the public sector benefits are paid for through a fixed payment in retirement And the money is managed by the state and today there's about four trillion dollars in public assets. Invested in stocks bonds alternative investments is the main differences between that. Most people save for retirement. The all of us have to be concerned about our retirement. All of us need to plan ahead. Why should all of us care about the public. Employees pension system a well funded pension system in the public sector. can literally cost billions billions of dollars less every year from the state or local budget as compared to one. That's severely underfunded. The short answer is that in a well-funded system the state or local government is setting aside money each and every year while people are working to pay for their benefits when they retire and as it turns out by doing that it ends up that compounded investment earnings and up paying for the majority of the benefit. I'm in contrast they severely underfunded system. Where the money hasn't been set aside while people are in their working years. They lose out. On all kinds of compounded investment earnings and as a result the majority of the cost comes out of the state for state or local budget. I'm just to provide some examples. We look at pension. Plans in states. Like tennessee and south dakota and wisconsin all of which are close to being fully funded. It sounds like if states are planning their investments properly in a smart way. The earnings made by those investments can pay for the costs to maintain the fund. What happens with states. That aren't fully funded if you look at states like kentucky illinois new jersey all of which have less than fifty percent of the assets set aside that budgetary cost is closer to fifteen percent of revenue on average so that means no state somewhere between one and ten in one in five tax dollars going to pensions that adds up to about a ten billion dollars of additional cost across those three states alone. And so i think this is important from the public's perspective not only because of the impact that can have on state and local budgets and in turn the resources that are available for public services but also because having a well-funded system helps to prevent reductions in workforce or cuts in benefits that you need to attract skilled public workforce to be very specific. That means there's less money to buy police cars or paved roads or any other public service. That taxpayer dollars fund right. I mean and that's that's a big deal. I mean the government is always looking to contain costs whether it's healthcare or other issues this is. This is a big ticket item for a lot of states. That's absolutely right. And as i mentioned before. I think for a larger state and city the difference between having a well-funded system in an underfunded system comes out billions of dollars every year so everything from investments in education and infrastructure to healthcare ends up being strained in the budget each and every year it almost sounds like innovation is sort of old school ideas of like. Just you know figuring out what the bills are going to be a mixture. You got the money to pay for them you know. I think that that's right. And there are two ways in particular where i think innovation plays a role you to first off it has to do with how plans and pension systems planned for uncertainty and some of the states that i just mentioned tennessee. Wisconsin in south dakota very clear predefined rules about how to adjust cost if there's a downturn or investments underperform. This includes building margin of safety into assumptions essentially setting aside a rainy day fund within the pensions system and then also adjustments to worker benefits. That are clearly understood by everybody and so from that perspective i think innovation goes back to looking at the policies and practices that these states have been following for
Machine Learning Carbon Capture with Diego Saez-Gil
"Welcome to the show thank you. Jeffrey excited to hear your pajama. Pyjama is a company that helps with carbon offsetting. Can you explain. Carbon-offsetting is sure. This is an idea that was invented at the united nations in the kyoto agreement which was a predecessor to the famous paris agreement. And the idea. Is that as we move away from fossil fuels or as a way to incentivize the move away from fossil fuels we need to make looters companies in countries to compensate for the carbon emissions. They're putting in the atmosphere that are causing climate change right so there is a system by which then projects that either reduce emissions or removed governor from the fear can receive carbon credits equivalent to the amount of car on this project. Effectively reducing or removing. And then these companies can purchase those car on create certificates and use them to compensate their emissions and in doing so the benefit. You want side now. They have an economic incentive to do away from posted fields so that they don't have to be spending money on compensating for those emissions and secondly that money goes to fund very important projects such us renewable energy and lowercase forest restoration conservation as you know forest remove carbon from dan lewis fear as trees grow. And you know thanks to framework if you have a piece of land in which you can plant trees or conserve an existing forests that otherwise would be cut down. You can get paid current credits to continue doing that work. So that is a framework and these frankly has existed for many years but unfortunately until today there wasn't a lot of technology a the software powering the certification and exchange of the concrete industrial. We decided to focus. On what kind of technology could be useful in the workflow of managing carbon offsets. Yes so the first part is violating monitoring. How much carbon is being sequester by forest into that we use remote sensing data in machine learning algorithms that basically aim to predict. How much carbon is there on a forest in particular for example one of the models that we built train on a combination of satellite data coming from nasa lanza data with lied are they coming from companies that collect that data from airplanes. And it's basically at three dimensional cloud of points that gives you the shape of the structure of the forest and then we have ground truth. That is coming from four services from around the world that send people to the field to count trees and sure trace with dates and know exactly how much carbon each of the streets have you know so then we run deep learning algorithms convolution new neural networks to train on the day dan the nba to predict how much car when they're in a forest just using satellite. That is one of the parts of the stock that were building being able to replicate the tests that are needed to validate how much carbon is being sequestered by a forest.
"dan lewis" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"dan lewis" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Is they pick up too? So it's going to fall somewhere somewhere in that gap. There are some seats in the Rio Rancho area. That they they might be able to pick up. You know, the Dan Lewis seat is open. Um Jane Paltrow, Colbert Republic As a pretty strong opponent, Jason Harper has a tough opponent and you know if there's a blue wave well could be they could pick up a couple seats and they may be able to hold those The ones that you feel hurt or threaten. Yeah, the Democrats that no Republican. Alright, so down ballot, any judge ships that are of interest to you? Not really. Not So much of my radar. Richard a constitutional amendment number one. I find it very interesting. Very interesting. That one that one. I have a lot of political friends on Facebook. You know, including former attorney general's lawmakers, and it's been very, very interesting. You know, There are a lot of high profile people high profile Democrats that are voting against that constitutional amendment number one. The environmentalists are strongly backing out now. But I don't. I think that's far from a done deal. I would not be surprised if it failed. Yeah, we had Ah, Senator Wirth and Senator Payne on last week talking about obviously both in support of the day they sponsored the bill. All right. Nationally, you won't take a break and come back and talk about nationally. What you see in the White House What you see in the Senate? Yeah, I can do right now. It's up to you know we're going to take a break. JD.
State Budgets and COVID-19
"Seventy five billion dollars. When was the last time you thought that might not be enough money for well? Almost anything for the Pew Charitable Trusts. I'm Dan Lewis Duke. And this is after the fact. We hope this finds you safe and healthy. That's seventy five billion dollars. Is Our data point for this episode. And it's the combined. Total of money states had set aside this year for a rainy day in order to protect critical services for the public like healthcare and aid education in case of a downturn. Of course this is more than a rainy day. The Corona virus is more like a daily show and it's lasting for months and it's taken most of the last decade since the end of the great recession for states to save that money and stabiliser economies the federal stimulus package. Congress passed at the end of March tops. Two hundred billion dollars helped to states and localities and that includes one hundred fifty billion dollar Corona Virus Relief Fund. But will it be enough for more? We turn to Josh Goodman a senior officer on Pews State Fiscal Health Team on how covert nineteen is affecting. The state's Josh Goodman joins us. He's a senior officer on choose state fiscal health team. Josh we hope this finds you well and your family doing okay. Yeah definitely thank you so much for having me on. We're talking of course about the importance of of state budgets. Let's remind listeners. Just why they're important. What happens at the State Level State? Governments are just central to the lives of every single American primarily. What States Fund is Education Healthcare Transportation and public safety? And so if you're someone that drives on State Highway Sates are paying for that road if you or your family are on Medicaid states or contributing to that funding if you send your children to public schools that's dependent on state funding in additionally everyone that pays taxes when you go buy almost anything and pay the sales tax on it when you have personal income taxes withheld from your paycheck. That's linked to state decisions. And so if state governments aren't healthy if their budgets are struggling that means they'll have less money to provide all of those critical services it also means that Your taxes may be going up in a variety of different ways beyond that state governments are also important for the national economy. One thing that economists saw coming out of the great recession is that even as the federal government was making efforts to stimulate the economy states were delaying our economic recovery because they were raising taxes or cutting spending either of which take money out of the. Us economy states played this role of Limiting the recovery slowing down and so having healthy state budgets matters for all of us. We're going to talk about what all of this means for the states And their budgets which are gonNA have a huge impact economic impact. The data point for our episode is seventy five billion dollars. Which sounds like a lot of money because that's what the states is sort of stockpiled as of the end of this past fiscal year disorder. Get ready for tough times. Josh today anticipate tough times? This tough I don't think anyone anticipated a situation quite like this states always do need to plan for difficult budget situations one way. That states are different than the federal government is. They have generally constitutional requirements that forbid them from engaging in deficit spending and so states really do have to balance their budgets each year each two years and one way they do that knowing that the money they bring in in in good time will be a lot more than it is in bad times. Is they build up these reserves and so By saving in the rainy day funds as they're known states can have money to get them through tougher times but even states that have done a really good job saving. Didn't expect something to happen. This quickly and this dramatically that would affect their budgets. Josh breakdown were state. Revenue Comes from and why volatility poses such an issue for state budgets. State governments get most of their tax dollars from personal income taxes and sales taxes. And so we have. People are spending less money in the economy. Sales tax revenue will decline. If people are working fewer hours if there were layoffs then personal income taxes will also go down. States have pretty limited options to deal with those problems. They really depend heavily on their reserves to get them through these difficult times at bet also. They rely on the federal government during the great recession. The federal government offered substantial aid states states really need a lot of help but they're also making difficult choices for themselves as their budget situations deteriorate and for some context here. Congress and the president of created a two point two trillion dollar stimulus package for the nation. How much of that is is targeted towards state and local governments? One of the biggest parts of that for state governments is a new one hundred fifty billion dollar fund. That's designed to help states pay for their responses to Corona virus and all. The public health costs that go along with that and in addition to that money though there's a variety of other funding streams said are intended to help both state governments and local governments. One thing Congress has done for example is increase. The amount of money that the federal government is paying for Medicaid Medicaid is jointly funded by the federal government and states and so to help states out to get through these difficult budget times. Congress IS INCREASING. What the federal government will pay. You know we're coming out of the aftermath of the great recession was an it offered. I'm sure a lot of lessons to state policy makers on how to how to deal with calamities. What are some of those lessons right? We saw lots of sort of short term thinking during the great recession. Some of that was due to the degree of the crisis. That state's really didn't have great options but states were doing things like saying our education payment. What we're giving the school districts on June the thirtieth if we just push on into the next fiscal year which begins July. The first that saves us a lot of money this year but of course. Then that's more you have to have next year and so it's those kinds of decisions that if states are really desperate they turn to. But they don't ultimately solve the underlying problem and so saving money in good times to use in bad times is one of those key steps. So what does it? It's been doing since the great recession to prepare for the next downturn one concept that came out of the great recession was idea of stress. Testing state budgets in the idea of a stress test is just sort of to analyze different scenarios of you know if the economy declines by this mound if personal drops by this amount of unemployment goes up by this amount those kinds of things. What does that mean for our budget? And it's something that some states have begun to embrace in really use it to drive their decisions and of course that's also going to vary state by state right each state. Scott their own economy based on the natural resources for example. It could be a huge part of their state's economy or the businesses that are located there. So there's no one size fits all we see a lot of variation in the volatility from state to state which is linked to the state's economy as well as their tax structure. And that's really where stress testing can be such a useful approach. What states are doing is customizing their stress tests to their own budgets and circumstances and so you know if you have an economy that's really linked to the price of oil. You're going to want to assess well if oil is thirty dollars. A barrel versus forty five dollars a barrel versus fifty dollars a barrel. What does that mean for our budget in? Do we have enough savings if oil prices are depressed to make it through those times until we would expect to see. See Things bounced back. Every state has a different level of volatility in its revenue structure in every state is maybe more sensitive as well to spending pressures that might occur during a downturn something like Medicaid which is a means tested program if people are earning less money more people qualified for Medicaid and that costs state governments more money so states really ought to be thinking about tax revenue. They bring in as well as the spending side. What are going to be spending pressures during a challenging times
"dan lewis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"dan lewis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"There's a big barrier you have to see around the camera. They're coming dead straight out because he actually the hanging over the turf course and so there is almost zero depth perception is really challenging and he actually had a bar put up because Dan Lewis elegance used to sit on the window sill to see out there and there ain't no net or any. It's not a fan of heights and even told me he's like. Dan Lewis Hamilton crazy. Robert actually had a bar put in so in case he did lean. He was saved a little bit. How about that there? We go some some inside baseball the ball on the announcing on the announcers bows. I I love it. You don't want people cared about announces or other announcers. That's that's not true. People people are intrigued by they they they certainly carry on when there's decision making and when guys would certain guys and gals get a chance to WHO <hes> Schneerson making her annual the only thing missing is where's Joanie you and Joan your are the Haskell entry. She's she's home in Saratoga. She's branching. No in my room. Can't run can't run lasko without Lynch Nielsen Joni Lawrence. That's not right. I'll put up the picture of you guys holding holding the trophy the UH the haskell trophy which weighs about the same as as the general winner of the race that that's the biggest trophy I've ever seen that thing that in the Belmont trophy that that's like a like a garbage can size trophy. If it's unbelievable good to see you lynn. I haven't seen you in ages yeah engineers as of yesterday to Jason Beam. How'd you like it here? You were obviously people loved people. Pull people love having you and you were an instant it. I felt I felt welcome instantly which I was kind of nervous about because obviously you're you're. You're filling in for somebody who's very beloved in. It's you know it's a big track and I'm you know I was I would say I was second off the layoff two weeks G._P.. W but other than that it had been three years since I called a race so I spent a lot of week sitting in front of my t._v...
"dan lewis" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"dan lewis" Discussed on KOMO
"Retired KOMO TV anchor Dan Lewis was just in front of the cathedral on Saturday and spoke with komo's Taylor van Cise on the phone earlier today when I was there, and I did visit it and walk by it and take pictures of it several times over the last ten days or so one of the first things I noticed for my was there was scaffolding on that part of the building where the spire was and it caught my attention. And I of course, now makes me wonder if the construction work it was going on in something to do with it. It's such a beautiful building. So historical. There were big crowds. There every day that I saw I was just there Saturday admiring it. I grew up a Catholic boy and just it's such a special thing to see, and you kinda stand there and all like, wow, I'm really at Notre Dame cathedral. And as I see. This fire today is just one of the saddest things I've ever seen. It is you know, the week leading up to Easter weekend. And at this point, no one has said anything about terrorism or an attacker, intentional arson or anything like that. But what was the security presence like there with Seoul, many people and and Easter weekend just days away security throughout the city of Paris is so noticeable I saw so many police with heavy weaponry on display at Notre Dame cathedral at the Eiffel tower sheltie lose a arbitrary off. Almost anywhere you go. You see that security, sadly, Paris and France knows all too well the effects of terrorism and they're on guard. I mean, obviously, it's impossible to guard everything, but you cannot miss the security if you wander around the city of Paris, I've never been to Paris. I don't know necessarily how the streets and all of that are laid out. But it's it's taken a long time for us to see any evidence of firefighters on the scene. We see it now. But for a long time, we didn't see, you know, hoses or anything like that being drug through the crowd is it is it an easy to access kind of area can can fire trucks get there. They can definitely get there. It's definitely an easy to access if you're walking. But that's another thing. I noticed on this trip in Paris traffic in that city can be absolutely miserable. So it would not surprise me. If once that fire started, and if any cars. On those streets. Stop to look at what was going on for those fire trucks get through it could've taken a long time to get there. I don't know that that's the case. But traffic in Paris is not very desirable. I know this is a stunning sight for everyone around the world having stood in front of that building two days ago. I have a picture that I just posted on Instagram with me with the spire in the background and to see that spire fall today to see that building burn like this. It really is such a a sad development one that it's almost like, I can hardly believe. I'm seeing what I'm seeing with at all those flames in the destruction of such an amazing historical location. Yeah. I guess believe it or not you're one of the last tourists to have a picture with that spire signed out somebody already somebody said that to me just a few minutes ago. I hadn't thought of that. I don't know, you know, what? Deep meaning that might have. But I will definitely save her that picture, and you know, I just have it was a wonderful trip to Paris. I love that building. I fell in love with the city and to see see that kind of destruction. It's just it's really heartbreaking listening to KOMO news. Money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news report is brought to you by propel insurance Seattle is a top market for foreign investment ranking number three in.
"dan lewis" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"dan lewis" Discussed on 600 WREC
"You listen to what they say. And it's one of those. I think it's sad. I think it's disgusting. I'm not surprised by it. That they would go this low the amount of coverage. They gave to this. I also think is just shows you how buys the media's that somehow they can take something like this and turn it into something halfway around the world. Turn it in literally on the other side of the world and turn into oh, this is somehow Trump's fault, which clearly it wasn't. Yeah. I I agree with you. First of all would they got is his own business and nothing to do with Donald Trump. Esau has been a people from. Getting muslims. He say. Dan lewis. People to countries that promote terrorism they just happened to be in a Muslim it off. I heard somebody say. I mean, you think about this. We're not even talking we're not even going that that far they're saying because the president talked about invasion on our southern border. That is somehow the same thing, you know, this guy looked at Muslims is invading his country and because the presence of the word invasion. That's the connection there making. Donald trump. And yet and yet you hear the media. And that's all I mean. Favorite get get Representative Zinger when he was on. And they was badgered about blaming the president for this. Will you grab that interview? If you don't mind, it was another clip because there was a congressman that went on TV. And he was he was asked about this. Well, you know, I mean the president he does have rhetoric that sounds like this. He uses the words and the congressman's said, no, you can't put this on on Trump, and they go. Well, I understand. But I understand, but well I understand, but I understand. But I mean, it was it was like we're not going to let this go at all costs. We're gonna keep invoking Donald Trump's name in plying that somehow this is this is Donald Trump's is Donald Trump's fault..
Ethiopian crash: Boeing 737 Max 8 planes grounded
"Talk this week about the plane that crashed in Ethiopia last weekend killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board was the second deadly crash of a Boeing seven thirty-seven max plane, just five months after several countries took action the FAA ordered the immediate grounding of all Boeing seven thirty-seven, Maxine max nine aircraft in the US this week this country one of the last to make the call following the latest crash for more. Here's ABC news, senior transportation correspondent David curly. Right after take off the captain reporting problems. The New York Times reporting the controller saw the Boeing seven three seven maxi tilting up and down moving unusually fast. And then minutes later panic. A person familiar with the air traffic communications says as the jet accelerated beyond its safety limits. The captain then asked to return to the airport in a panicky voice the plane disappearing from radar three minutes later killing all one hundred fifty seven on board. New data led the FAA to order a temporary. Grounding of all seven three seven max is in the US leaving hundreds of flights canceled. The concern is that the crash is related to the lion. Aircrash less than five months ago with the current fleet of three hundred seventy jets grounded Boeing is stopping delivery of all maxes, but we'll continue building its fastest-selling jetliner with nearly five thousand on order. New details about the aftermath of that. First crash. One seven three seven pilot coming forward, citing a tense meeting between Boeing executives and other pilots last November claiming they were left in the dark about a new automated safety feature in this brand new jet after the lion air tragedy. We learned that. There was equipment on our aircraft that we were not aware of it wasn't even on our books. So what do those on the planes actually, think about the planes that have been involved in those two deadly crashes in the past six months? Uneasy actually, I fly southwest a lot. I thought that they should've got her job at notifying people had just arrived in Phoenix on a Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight when she heard that the planes had been put out of service here in the US. Lisa Hendricks was flying through the Oakland airport. She thinks maybe the FAA went too far. I know that they've had two planes have crashed so far, but there's so many that been operational that I'm not sure it's really as big of an issue as some people are making it sound like it is. And Dan Lewis also in Oakland says he trusts the FAA they
"dan lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Favorite country, Dan Lewis's. Blonde chick. Carrie Underwood lady antebellum, oh, lady lady antebellum is what is there? More music. Should we shut up in late? Yeah. There's still a little more music play play play in the backup. There's so many new vans coming to revenue this year. Super excited about she's another one. Yeah. But right now, we're gonna go to the phone and talk to wells Kaufman that revenue president and CEO high wealth. I'm doing great. How are you today? Guys. Okay. Have to say thank you because you have to be exhausted. Like you. I'm sure I heard you talking with row this afternoon. So we'll try to not repeat some of the stuff that you said with him. Oh, no worries about that. At all. No. It's different audiences is different stuff. One day a year that you're like a rockstar. Above and beyond your day to day. Thanks for clarifying that. Heatless dudes doing one hundred of us today. Yeah. Yes. Listen, I do it for because I love the place so large. And so we are grateful. We are super happy. But there's interest is all. I think I think maybe people are especially because I know I get beyond excited every year when the announcement comes out, but I think especially because this winter has sucked so bad that you're one billion percent, correct. Actually that piece of it. Defined so much of what we do. Sorry. Didn't come out. Beverage in how we deal with a lot. If you think about what we want to do inside. I don't wanna go inside. When it's so, I know. Ready to go out there and be in this beautiful place. Because Chicago this summer is the batch. Yeah. I just love it. No doubt about it. So. I I'm a I'm, you know, I'm a adopted Chicago. And I have been here for more than ten years. So. Originally, New York, then prior, but from LA to Chicago have you ever been to Ravina, of course of revenue? Okay. My first concert venue was the gypsy kings. Which I love the show show. Excellent. Yeah. I've been to too many to count, and I've already put all of these in my calendar. Great. All right. Some of the newbies this instead of Megan. The list. What who are you? Are you most excited about personally? Cash. Get Salah huge wage extraordinarily gifted artist. She come somebody basis. Potential activists concerned about. Yep. Yeah. Morrissey the next weekend. Same way tied to the same thing, totally different musical style. Lionel richie. For three years on the see lease blowing up like the second coming with American idol. I mean, you got some. The big names, man. Yeah. And then you go run the whole gamut with TI Queen Latifah. I love that. I told my daughter because she's into some hip hop music. And I said, hey, did you hear revenue TI's come in and Queen Latifah com? She's like who's Queen Latifah. What am I? So we're excited about that. As well. The press which is very capable. Who is? Huge. I out of my life. No drugs. And anybody that went to see the show. It was last year right last season. Time. Yeah. She really went back somebody movies. No. She doesn't have time for shows. So we're very very happy. Well, we're talking before for you got on air. Like, how does wells in the team sit there and pick these acts is it like, hey, I really like Richie. Let's try to get him. Like, how does that work? Well, first of all because the complexity of booking thirtieth heads is complex. Booker. The final say what comes in. So there really isn't a team artistically. That's not meant to be. You all of the acts for Vigna book Brahms, piano concertos in a book Richie state. Yeah. Wow. I look it's a great job. It's fantastic. Part of the reason why that's important. Calendar around. You gotta constrict is key. A bunch of people doing it you actually become competitors. Lurks makes practical piece. Clipping take the blame for that. Didn't have a budget committee that sort of homogenize is all about. Sense. Totally makes sense. See that's why you're so smart. That's why you're. Lucky? Here's the best example of all starting. Country music, which I grew up with and I'm old. So when I grew up with country, western music. Exactly. All the way yet. Little big town Sugarland and deals us. Dolon is huge for video. It's taken about sixty years to get those artists and their agents to believes that made it our audience will come to us because it just wasn't a part of the living in extreme pain. Good good. Well, let me ask you. How many of these artists that that are coming for the first time? How many of the like how do you even describe the revenue experience, especially the lawn experience? It it's tough to describe to these people that have never been there. It's a great question. So if you think about the agency's represent the artists that you want the probably five or six of them. Control each. Work with these particular the so once you've broken into that agency, then things start to happen example, right? Right. So who doesn't love Carrie Underwood. Broke the ice on the country started things because she's a superstar and she's idle and she's gorgeous. And everyone loves what she does and her personality on stage. Either you seen her lies. It's charming, and it's sexy. But she pulls it off. Voice is a to lock star voice. Right. But it's true country decide and I wasn't one happened. Other things started to happen because other country artists. Sure, he goes. Hey, you, sir. Hey, exactly because sort of trustees around the book happy, I hope your audience such as wildly bored with all this kind of won't. Fascinating fascinating listening for people that have not been driven. A it's the easiest thing to get there. Because the train drops you trade is right there. One of my greatest revenue memories. Is when Darius Rucker speaking of country was there, I still come Hootie and his last song. Typically does of course, he did wagon wheel. And we're in the lawn just like dancing with complete strangers having a blast. And then for many of his shows, he does purple rain and actually at that moment, it started raining, and we everybody was just we dropped our umbrellas or people that had umbrellas, and it was one of my memories because was kicked in psychedelic. There to wear off. Already. So no, it's just it's such a great environment on the lawn. People are like I don't want to sit on the lawn. I'm telling you you have to experience it once in a lifetime as a fast typer, I live in LA. I used to go to the Hollywood bowl. Right. For ten years. That's amazing. The cath. Outdoor amphitheaters gorgeous, amazing and the weather in L A is just phenomenal. Yeah. Yeah. It's just great. So like Megan revenue kind of brought that back for me is that that outdoor concert experience. That's a little different where Hollywood bowl's all concrete seating for the most part, and they have the hill with grass, but you guys just have an amazing setup. Now can people bring their own alcohol to or the? Oh my God. I'm hooking him up. I'm not for me. Like, thank you wells. Great question because for the people who haven't been there. I'm sure that's number one question. Okay. Thank you. Bringing anything to train. Go on a date somebody from those confessions, right? We have all. You've probably heard the stories. So much anymore. Still happens elaborate, it's fun. It is. But here's the thing. Anybody twenty five to fifty today has no Todd. That's why we've after beverage in such a way we tried. But. Why turn it is those restaurant point of view a bar part of the Bill? Going to bring your own stuff. Come on. You guys have stepped it up so much for the dining pavilion, and I know and we're running out of time. But you've got the revenue music box experienced center. Opening the rooftop we'll talk about that later when it opened. Well, actually, you have to experience. Why don't we just have to talk about staying for like a building just for that? Yeah. Moment to sell it. And go. Well, there isn't anybody in my career as nice as talented as multi faceted actor singer songwriter. All this. I look people are going to be pissed off. And I say this. I'm just thrilled. This come back. And so this is and I am thrilled. It more. She's coming in thrilled. The is coming and thrilled that you know, Josh Gravelines coming. No. The waterside. Quick things before you go textures texting is Nickelback coming to show. It's going to be amazing. And then the last question is when you do come back on our show. We talk to you about all the stories that you got in your cash. Behind the scenes. I want to tell all next interview. All right before you go I want, and we do have just like a little bit of time before you go. What is the craziest thing you've seen in a writer from an artist? Artists. Don't want. Anybody the CEO to look up? That being you. Stay isn't it? The person that can make decisions and like the check by the people that could not not just be with said look at. Oh, I wish you could tell us who was. I wish I could do. I know. I know. All right. Well, wells, we had so much fun with you. Thank you. Great. Thank you. Celebrating mistakes. You're my last interview the day, and you're fantastic. Well done so. Thanks. That's right. That to kind of. Three fourteen. The mathematical it's March fourteenth. All right. We'll go enjoy the rest of your night. And we will see this season. Thank you so much tickets go on sale. I believe in may. But we'll have that information for it. We are so late. Sorry. Andrea fine. Are you kidding? I wanted to know who who the artist wise hyacinth thoughts talk about that after. Yes. Yeah. It is seven thirty one. 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"dan lewis" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"All right now offset in the neighborhood. What kind of mom is Cardi B? Because we think we love her. You know, what I'm saying what kind of mom great play Keno. Go gone jetway too. 'cause 'cause issue thirty four to five thousand I just get this. Goes Dan Lewis coach. Oh, mama. And we had steps to rules. Listen montes. Gotta leave. What's how them all? Komo. Snow mimicking slain hard do Duda. Right. You about two hundred million. Culture said today is winning trust to watch. Really? So y'all. Hands on overall family family family. That's my mama. Mama. Axes Odessa among she got a big family. So this is the best way to do it in the family. Here for you learning. Both teams you go to the Spanish size. So she had it on your. I'm trying to get mine up right now. Yeah. You got to. My wife is. Laura. Oh. I don't know. I got to know everything. And you should learn it, you shouldn't even bring it up that you learn in either you should learn away from everything. So if you can't something they don't even know what's going down. Now. You know, how much do you know, like, what can you say? No. I really don't know too much offset. My name is. The sale is sensei. We.
"dan lewis" Discussed on KGO 810
"Four three my evidence. Valentine did mornings nine forty-seven today and the vowel show sideshow. We have a guest coming in who have booked today. His name is Dan Lewis. Dean Lewis Australian singer songwriter behind now allow songs be alright. Alright in minutes. Okay. So he's booked for the Val show sideshow after we get off the air direction. Do we want to do it live on Instagram against Rena? So at Valentine in the morning is that some we should derive made a face. I don't know. What's wrong with my face off? Dude or something. I didn't realize my face was doing. Okay. So we'll go live on Valentine's Day mourning period. Dean Lewis fan makes you wash at at Valentine the morning during the bell show sideshow. So you can follow along there on Instagram podcast. We posted about ten thirty probably so on at Valentine's morning follows show Instagram Dixie everybody's personal accounts beneath those well planned for today. We'll actually dean Lewis is here because he's performing on our my stage in the eighteen thousand sound studio for us, this is rice, okay. The mice as but I'm going to host the mice seen that yet. Good for you. Talk to dean twice today. Oh, Valentine's Day. Okay. Look at her look at her go, Brian. What are your plan for today? Actually, my wife is going into town for a conference. So Valentine's issue that we did our belt. I stay yesterday. But you had the boys. Right. I had the boys. But I have to take them up to my parents house because I can't take them to daycare in the morning because of a Hurley come in this, right? That's right. We'll take them out to or they're gonna say mom mom tomorrow all day. All this gets a little party time with mom. Oh, that's cute. All right. Well, think of for show your show. Thank you for your show. Super. Thank you for your show. Joe? Thank you for your show that what are you doing Valentine's Day driving past the florist on the way home? What do you mean? Late. I already ordered them yesterday. There waiting for me. I said don't worry about delivery. I'll just come pick them up. I'm romantic,.
"dan lewis" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Yes. Allies. Tell us a little bit about your dog here. What kind of dog is she and what's her name sparkles is a golden lab cross. She's four years old. How did you come together with sparkles? How long have you been with her? I've had her since she was seven weeks old. I've had her for years how to sparkles help you sparkles is trained to pull my wheelchair. She can retrieve things from around the house. She could pick up her leash. She can do a whole bunch of stuff. And I hear from your mom Colleen that she does tricks. Also. Yes, that's her free time. We do lots of tricks and training, and she loves to learn so aside from working with you. She's also like your companion. She's doing tricks with you. So that's real important. I think in her situation because it lets her dog, do you agree. Oh, yes. Absolutely. All right. So also, tell us a little bit about your situation, if you don't mind Maria. A few years ago. I got sick with lime disease and something called pots pasta or the static techy cardia syndrome. And I also have something called Ehlers's, Dan Lewis, invert coaches, my joints dislocate. So she helps him with all these things. I find it amazing that a dog could help you with all those things. It's shame that we didn't have this kind of knowledge earlier as I mentioned to your mom. My sister was handicapped and only wish you were here today to have this kind of experience with the dog and the kind of help to have this wonderful experience at.
"dan lewis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"So more easier some are harder that was an easier. Good job, Tim. We'll keep you on hold Hafer Videon Bloomingdale. What's up me? You want my credentials or what? Awhile. What is your what is your greatest accomplishment Annan athletic field? Oh, man. It's gotta be a little league bas- made it the pony. You remember we used to do that? While this was you were on the show was when we used to have callers calling and they would give us their credentials like a complete rip off of of Dan Lewis like Dan, Patrick, but instead of giving away because of because it's double a Dick's call. Remember that time when Richard call Dan criticize that he was a AA player. We started asking all of our listeners what their qualifications were to talk about sports. You remember this vaguely, right? Here's a question after completing one of his best regular seasons is pro the wheels came completely offer. This giants quarterback in the two thousand and one Super Bowl. He posted the second worst quarterback rating in Super Bowl history by completing just fifteen of thirty nine passes for one hundred twelve yards four interceptions zero touchdowns and a fumble. The giants lost that game to Baltimore. Thirty seven two seven. A little tougher. Eli manning. Yeah. I'm gonna have to punt. I remember at all. Lead. You guys know the guest it in the break. It's Kerry Collins, correct? That was against the ravens a tittle, and I was wrong. I just like saying why Cher right? Paulie? What's happening, gentlemen? Hopefully, you are if you get this, right? Let's hope so. Hi, paul. Here we go. This would be the second straight Super Bowl.
"dan lewis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Working with a big Bank or a financial adviser or a broker you're options are going to be limited to what they want to recommend to you doesn't mean that you've done anything wrong in that process. And so I think at the end of the day, none of us want to be judged and bottom line, we aren't judging anything, but what we wanna do is not take a really really close look at past performance. We want to project future performance because whatever's happened in the past as they say, it's water under the bridge and so moving forward what we need to do is make sure you're going to be efficient, and we want to make projections and. I know is the people that we work with are either retired or very close to it all of them are looking for the same thing, they want the highest rate of return, they can get, but they're not willing to take a lot of risks to get there. That's a pretty simple philosophy. It's what most of us want. But unfortunately, in these per folios people they may have a little bit of an idea about the returns that they're getting, but they have very little idea about the amount of risk. They're taking. So if in a conversation by sitting down, we can take a look at your current portfolio. We can do an analysis of the average rate of return you're likely to get moving forward. But also doing analysis of how much risk you're taking to get that return if we can find ways to hopefully, increase your rate of return net of any feed pay but also reduce the amount of risk. You're taking is very simple. You're going to be more successful and more confident moving forward towards retirement, or if you're in retirement, more confident and retirement, no matter what Kristen I what I know about the people that we work with his they don't want to settle for the hang in their approach. They don't want somebody to tell them. Aftermarkets of crash. Don't worry eventually they'll come back. And if they're going to hire a financial advisor, they want that adviser to be an active participant in helping them. Get higher rates of return moving forward, but also helping them protect their money. And that's what type of relationship we have with our clients, and that's the type of relationship that that I really want all of our listeners to have. So whether they call us or call someone else if you feel like you need help in your portfolio, reach out to an investment advisor compare several of them and find the one that worked best for you. But if you'd like to come sit down with us and see if we're a good fit for your situation, then sit down with us, and let us do that analysis of your current portfolio. So Dan Lewis, let us put that comprehensive financial planning your hands. So that you can implement whether it's on your own or if you want us to help you. But if you want to get this call in.
"dan lewis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Plane is on display, Dan Lewis WNYC. It's morning edition on WNYC. I'm Richard Hake. A Bill that would enact one of the strongest bans on plastic products in the United States is working its way through the New Jersey legislature and businesses are preparing to respond to defeat the measure the Bill would ban single use plastic grocery bags, plastic straws and styrofoam containers. It would also impose a small fee on paper shopping bags. Scott Balan is an investigative reporter for north jersey record and he joins us now. Hi, Scott, Carr, Richard. So several municipalities in New Jersey already have some sort of a local plastic band, including Jersey City and Hoboken. Why is this Bill such a big deal? It's only about two dozen towns that have already passed some sort of bad, but this would be the farthest reaching statewide ban in the nation. It would stretch across all of New Jersey, and it would cooperate every town in the state now New York governor Andrew Cuomo said over the weekend. The he's also proposing a ban on single use plastic. Bags it'll be part of his upcoming executive budget, which will be released later on this afternoon. So how do the New Jersey Bill and the New York proposals compare well the Bill only targets plastic bags while New Jersey, also targets polystyrene foam containers for food and beverages. And the plastic straws have one thing that's left out of komo's clan which was criticized by environmentalists yesterday is that it doesn't have to be on paper bags New Jersey would banned plastic bags and have a ten cent fee on paper bags that would encourage consumers to bring their own bags bring their own reusable bags to the stores now last summer governor, Phil Murphy and New Jersey vetoed a Bill that would have imposed a five cent fee on the plastic bags calling it incomplete and insufficient. I in cutting back on their use is he likely to support this proposal, it seems he is he wants something that's farther reaching than just a a fee, which indicates that he would support a ban of that certainly what a number of environmentalists and local officials in New Jersey. He does. Now, what's the timeline on the current measure coming to a vote, and how likely is it that Murphy will will sign it. Well, it's in the Senate. It's in the state Senate in the Environment Committee. They passed it last year. It's now in the budget committee. It's stalled somewhat but will probably be taking up sometime in twenty nineteen after minimum wage and legalize marijuana. Get settled in Trenton, the plastics industry expects that action will be taken in twenty nine thousand nine hundred and they're gearing up to try to defeat it. Yeah. You write that a coalition of manufacturers and grocery stores and convenience stores and other businesses are kind of organizing an effort to shut this down. What are they doing? Well, they've hired lobbyists. They've hired public relations firms. They're gearing up for a fight they fear that if this is passed in New Jersey, other states will be emboldened to pass a similar measure, which would drastically hurt their business. So why does plastic pollution presents such a big problem? Specifically for New Jersey. Well, jersey is a peninsula. New Jersey is surrounded by water on three sides and has lots of rivers that to win from base going from the ocean inland and New Jersey is being hammered eighty five percent of the litter. That's been picked up on New Jersey's beaches plastic now, it's a big problem in New Jersey. All right. Scott Fallon and investigative reporter for the record and northjersey dot com. Scott, thanks a lot. Thank you. Richard. Marketplace.
"dan lewis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"So I don't know how the outsider the motivator type coach Dan Lewis used to be. Marvin gaye. Well, he was here once before. But okay, okay, now now from a a division standpoint, you got rothlisburger he's on this. I'm looking at it here, if I'm a, you know, becoming a coach here job security for twelve four and twelve hundred twelve still keep your job number one eight a quarterback in Pittsburgh you have. Okay. You have Cleveland quarterback. He's up in half. The Baltimore what we have. We've got an experienced quarterback without phenomenal. Receiving group and a good running back and mix it. So we're ready made to win. Now, we just need that motivate type coast at gives player, you know, tax before. Are you really do? I mean, I mean, let's let's get honest here. I mean, we've got a in on that team. They've got players in certain positions that are really really good. And they got a lot of players that frankly, aren't very good talked about mixing AJ green. Maybe has another year left here. AJ green? I'm out of here after next year. But yeah, they've got AJ gray. They've got Tyler boy they got Joe mixon. That's what they have. That's the receiving core is basically Tyler boy a tighter boy. And Joe mixon John Ross, I wouldn't I wouldn't throw in that in that. That may well he's been a whiff since he's been here on defense. You got good safeties. You got Gino Atkins and what else? Well, we'll see you have your spruce up the defense. My point is other than the last three years. You had you had a team that went to the playoffs. Bops great years by point is they're ready to win now. And so unlike a lot of those Arizona, they're not ready to win. Now New York yet they're not ready to win. Now. Club. If you're the New York Jets have a young Jim thanks for the call New York Jets have got a young dynamic quarterback Nate help on defense. But they got a young dynamic quarterback this division is marching past the Bengals and you're right. The Browns and the and the ravens are marching past the Bengals. Perry is on a cell Perry. Welcome to the show. Yeah. Yeah. Made. And they will never have is a coach would discipline like a Bill Belichick coach it says the players do something and you damn well better..
Rick Pitino's new book is out
"Eight four we've been talking about the Rick Pitino book, which comes out today. And there are a lot places. The courier has written the ten takeaways from Rick Pitino, and there are other places that are that are writing about it. I think Patino is a really interesting guy. I think he always has something to say that to me is worth listening to. But I don't expect any great revelations. He didn't do anything wrong. College basketball has has problems. He's had a great career. He's very fortunate to have dealt with some wonderful people and things sort of spun out of control, and he. Yeah. He hired the wrong people. That was his only mistake. His mistake was he believed in people too much. I think that's kind of what we're going to get