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Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths
"The dominican republic is a jewel floating in the caribbean visitors to the island. Come looking for paradise in its verdant rainforests and white sand beaches more often than not they find it and then they tell their friends. Tourism is a massive industry in the dominican republic. In fact around twenty percent of the nation's gross domestic product comes from foreign visitors though the population numbers just ten million people dominicans. Welcome more than six million vacationers every year. Almost half of them come from the united states in two thousand eighteen. A disturbing trend began among the tourists. One that would go unnoticed for almost a year. Someone or something was killing them in june that year a fifty one year old. Pennsylvania resident named yvette monet export on her first vacation in years. Yvette was excited to finally relax at the luxurious by principal resort in punta cana. Little did she know it would be her final holiday. One evening event in her fiance had a drink from their room's minibar before going to bed in the middle of the night her partner hurting gurgling sound thinking nothing of it he turned over and went back to sleep but when he woke he that was dead. Yvette was just the first in a string of tragedies. The following month of forty five year old man named david harrison traveled to the dominican with his wife. Dawn they state at a different resort. But like yvette. David seemingly had a target on his back one day. He returned from snorkeling saying he felt unwell after he dawn fell asleep. The unthinkable happened. David woke in a cold sweat. Unable to move his wife tried to get help but it was too late. David had suffered a heart attack which caused his lungs to fill with fluids. I condition known as pulmonary dima. He didn't survive as two thousand. Eighteen ended it. Seemed like yvette. And david were to random fatalities but in early two thousand nineteen four. More people died seventy eight year old jerry current in january thirty one year old tracy jerome gesture junior in march and sixty five year old john corcoran and sixty seven year. Old robert wallace. In april each of these tragedies were reported to the authorities but no one made any connection between them until forty one year old miranda shop werner on may twenty fifth two thousand nineteen miranda arrived at the bahia principe bougainville resort with her husband. Dan the getaway was to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary. They hadn't been in their room. Long maranda took a drink from the mini bar. But after her first sip she suddenly convulsed she cried out for her husband and fell backwards onto the bed where she writhed in agony before passing out. Dan swiftly called the paramedics. Dan himself was a doctor. So he searched for miranda's polls he could barely feel it. He administered cpr until the emt's arrived. But neither he nor the medics could revive her. Miranda was declared dead on the scene the victim of a heart attack though miranda did have a history of cardiac issues. Her relatives back in pennsylvania had doubts as to whether they had killed her and their suspicion grew when they learned she had taken a drink from the mini bar right before collapsing. They took it as evidence that something else was a foot in just five days later it seemed they were proven right on may thirtieth at the bahia principe romana hotel staff entered a room to clean. They found two guests lying on the floor unresponsive. The housekeepers rushed to get help but it was too late. The couple was already long dead. The resort identified the bodies as sixty three year. Old edward homes and forty nine year old. Cynthia day of maryland. The pair had been scheduled to check out earlier that day. An autopsy revealed they had eerily died from the same cause as david harrison pulmonary dima. All three were cardiac related deaths in which fluid filled their lungs. But in edward and cynthia's case no one called for help. If their hearts gave out at different times one of them should have been able to dial reception but there was no call indicating the two people suffered identical heart attacks at the exact same moment with three dead guests in under a week. The bahia principe chain realized they needed to get ahead of the press. The hotel company released a statement stressing that they were doing everything they could to help the families of the deceased and they would cooperate with local authorities to determine if there was any link between their deaths
What Really Happened at the Munich Security Conference
"I today. We're going to learn a NE- word Westland snus. It is the idea that the West is somehow absent from the global stage less significant in part because of the rise of China in part because of the rise of DONALD TRUMP IT C- theme of this year's Munich security conference in which Germany's president said. The United States now rejects even the idea of an international community. That's walls intern rejected by the secretary of state. Does anyone believe Mike upon payers denials? David Hudson h-honestly chief Brussels correspondent at politico and was at the security conference joins me now on the line. Dave dimension the The theme being West Listeners. How did this manifest itself at the conference? There was a lot of discussion and there is every year at the Munich security conference about the decline of the West the fretting over where that Western alliance the transatlantic relationship is. But there is something quite different that everybody could feel this year. Which is that the gap between the Europeans and the Americans is so much greater than anyone has seen it in our lifetimes. And that's really what they're talking about is the idea of a unified west which you could include. Even some eastern partners like Japan into but the idea of rule of law and a the NATO alliance and the idea of collective action on the biggest issues facing people all over the world. And that just doesn't exist right when now you add up the three years of Donald Trump's presidency. Us obviously headed to an election. And you look at everything from climate policy to the Iran. Nuclear deal whether it's unsecurity whether it's on the environment anywhere you look there are just these gaps and so the secretary of state. Mike Pompeo you know folks were sitting with their hands in their laps tapping on their phones but not one drop of applause when he declared the West is winning normally. That should bring everybody to their feet. They're all there to represent different aspects of that western thinking and in fact crickets silence. The justice no faith that any of those words mean anything. I mentioned the president of Germany amendment to our frontal steinmeier was very outspoken. When my Pompeo is there is the? Us Senate acted as if an attitude of every man for himself could work a global policy. You Have Emmanuel macron that saying that there was a need to act at a European level to counter this perceived weakening of an alliance with the US but does Europe have the capacity yet to speak with one voice. Well you're obviously has its own disagreements and the chairman of the conference Ish Sugar warned against this. As did remarkably the secretary general of NATO Jens Stoltenberg who rarely rarely ever diverges from his talking points about unity where he warned in. This seemed to be directed at macron not to talk down the capabilities of NATO and talk up the differences among allies but there are clear differences among these allies and of course trump is responsible for a lot of them when you see the US pull out unilaterally in northeast Syria when you see the US in Turkey both NATO members forced to reach some kind of a peace agreement among themselves. You say what's going on here. Those are countries that are supposed to be on the same side. So you're Ab- certainly has differences that it needs to resolve but on big ticket items especially the priority that everyone agrees is facing the entire planet on Climate Change. Europe does in fact speak almost universally with one voice small exceptions about timing and how to get to certain goals but overall the goals are the same trump of course pulls out of that climate accord pulls out of the Iran nuclear deal. He's gone his own way. I sat down with a few callings and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Todd Walters and you hear him speak and you realize that there's an American mindset especially when it comes to the Middle East that no one else. Shares trump pushing for NATO to be more active in the Middle East which goes against the founding treaty of NATO The Washington Treaty which says these are countries at work together in the Euro Atlantic sphere. And I said to the general said this is in your title your Supreme Allied Commander Europe. Is that going to change? We become sec or me to add in the Middle East and there's no clear message. That Defense Secretary Asper was at NATO before coming to the Munich. Security Conference did not give those NATO allies. A sense of what it is that Donald Trump is looking for and again in Munich. The sort of conclusion was okay. Mike Pompeo and Marcus were there speaking to the boss back home telling him. The West is winning when nobody actually sees that David stay with us because also the line is Paul Rogers professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford while we were mentioning With David other the reaction to Mike Pompeo's speech the problem. I suppose is that the US Secretary of state goes to me and you can says no no trans. Atlantic alliance is as strong as it ever was but but he's bosses given every impression for four years now that he doesn't care at all about America's strategic partnerships. I think that's really a key issue. It's very much longer allies. David was just saying what has happened. I think is the Europeans for the first two years of the trump administration still tend to think this was an operation in the American political scene over the last year in particular the last couple of months they country is that trump may well get reelected emphatic present. He probably will do even if he isn't They feel as being a change in the American mood. That the change of the psalter political psychology even of the country and that is represented by trump and the many people who support him. So you have that the other thing as far as I can see within the United States so you basically have two things going on at the same time you had the contract trump vision but you have the more length assists vision and that apparently was very well represented a community at Munich. Many people from Congress many of the State Department people even those states is pretty weak present with much more on the traditional side but they basically differ from what is coming out trump. And frankly whether we like it or not. The American the Europeans dude actually listen to trump's tweets and take them very seriously so I think you you have this sort of basic difference and then looming all of that are the differences within Europe. Basically mechanised particularly weak at present. You have Britain opting out so to speak and then of course you have the China situation as well. Whether it's a difference I think between the European and the American views. The trump views that he let me put it that way. David Paul just mentioned China and Mike Pompeo talked again about the the the US's from a growing Increasingly increasingly assertive. China is Europe. Going to be on board with that top priority. I survey the citizens done ahead of this conference. The studio what size should your beyond worthy to be a full on conflict within the US and China on the majority of the citizens who questions that actually Europe should be neutral. You know a lot of this. Debate centered around technology and the Chinese firm alway which the US The trump administration has made clear that it seems as a real risk and trump was quite roundly rebutted on that by Germany by the UK even the UK which of course has to negotiate a trade deal coming up with the United States and one of the message. One message that the Americans were carrying back from the European side was qualify. Has Technology that the West if you WANNA call it? That doesn't have so in that sense. You're not winning. And the question is what alternative. Can you offer either? You let Europe and the United States be left behind on five G. or you work with wallet or you have some alternative now. The alternatives are not easy chatter about. Could there be a state investment. Something's very un-american into Nokia or Ericsson but the point is if there is a technology that China has and everybody else doesn't it's clear the West has fallen a stepper a half step behind in that sense but since you have Paul there who's who's talking about peace studies. There's another gap we saw in Munich. Which has some really big big issues that this conference used to focus on that because of what one former Senator Sam Nunn? I talked to called vivid all these sort of flashes and disagreements in In politics we're forgetting about the vital nuclear non-proliferation the fact that most of the non-proliferation architecture has been falling apart under trump the IMF treaty intermediate range. Nuclear forces. Treaty doesn't exist anymore. The new start treaty is going to expire in February. And what are these powers going to do to protect citizens from what is one of the greatest threats out there? Paul What do you? What do you make of that idea? That a lot of other issues as simply being forgotten at the moment I couldn't agree. More than Davis spot. On the nuclear thing I think is much more important than people generally realizes rather receded but there are two other issues gained one. He mentioned with climate change. This is the Big Issue Weld Wahid for the next two years it actually surpasses everything else and yes. The Europeans are more united on this which I think is very welcome as he said with a few exceptions but the United States takes a very different view as well. Brazil China to some extent endangered in Australia and set me. Russia isn't a weld unity. On this the most important issues. What in the world. The other thing I'd say is that while the kind of world economic model we have at present is delivering a great deal for relatively small number of people you got more and more people pretty well educated on the margins who do not fair sharing in in what they deserve and you're seeing this in the many political disturbances social disturbances seen in cities across the world last six to nine months in the recent past That again just doesn't fig you have these very big issues. Marginalization climate change on the nuclear issue which to not get the attention they deserve and that I think is one of the things where to some extent The whole Munich conference thing which is now being running. What nearly sixty years. Something like that Is Not really fully fit for purpose even though it may be better than the past let me just ask you both briefly before we before we end I read. I read one piece about the miniskirt weekend that said law international orders never last forever a maybe this is just the beginning of the end of the Post Second World War transatlantic order. I mean body. Think some some logic behind that there is some logic behind that and of course if it means the start of anew globalism a willingness to address Commonwealth problems. That would be good but the problem. Is that the men. We don't have that In fact the divisions at great sesame there things are changing and it will depend a Fab it I think on whether trump gets reelected in December but things are changing and one has to accept that we simply don't know whether go but there is a need for much more globalist attitude when David it does seem to all hinge. Doesn't it on what happens in America in November? Well there is a big question of if that old order is falling apart. What is the New Order? That take shape right. The world is smaller than ever people are more interconnected than ever so the great powers don't necessarily need to dictate things but we also saw at Munich. I said it was a lot of navel-gazing but not a lot of introspection. Yeah there was a report in The Washington Post Enter last year that twenty years of American failure in Afghanistan you would think at a security conference where the US is seen as the leader on security and defence issues. Folks would be asking. Hey what the heck happened there? How did you drag us all into this mess? And how do you avoid that going forward into the future and those kinds of tough questions again? The vivid trump was very much fretted about but the vital of how do you avoid getting sucked into twenty years of failed war where neither Afghanistan nor Iraq nor anybody else's better off? You have to wonder. Why weren't those tough questions being asked and who will start to shape that new order to replace the old order? That's falling away David Harrison on and Paul Rogers thank you both very much of your time
"david harrison" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Spree that so far has added sixty six miles of new rail lines eight teen miles of new bus routes and forty three new stations but now the system is considering reversing course and cutting service because it can't find enough people to drive its buses and trains David Harrison reporter at the Wall Street journal says the city's transit system and others across the country are facing a severe labor shortage familiar to employers nationwide David what's happened here there isn't really a kind of proactive about offering news and chanted options they've really been been on a on a building spree and what happened is you know you've got that combined with a really strong economy and a very low unemployment rate and they really had a really hard time recruiting operators for the trains and buses another kind of stuck with this position where he got all this new offering all this new service but you don't have enough people to drive it that's incredible so the thinking is is generally speaking I can I can do better the state pay wise than a bus driver so people don't apply for those types of jobs well it happened a lot of times people will apply but you know if you're gonna but need a commercial driver's license so people will play without a CDL the company the transit agency will will train them and give them a CDL and then they'll just like come to a trucking company or somewhere else so they can make a lot more money so in Denver with the the issue is and has been a lot of attention really other places you know the same sort of thing or is it a struggle to get people in the door because you know a lot of you know we didn't we didn't have before for folks come in at the low end so there's there's there's they're there to point out that there's a hard for an agency to Amman to recruit and you know these are either hard job the menu when you start out you were you know early in the morning or late at night you work six days a week sometimes so it's not you know it's not for everybody how about some of the recruiting efforts than to try to find some of these new bodies to fill positions they've been advertising seriously a minute I'll be the agency they really been been been been very intent on on putting add that to get folks and and then they've also been you know doing what you'd expect them to do that than raising wages a lot of agencies have up there within the last few years try to find ways to to reduce the workload to make it a little more family friendly to the extent of possible it's not always easy to do I can then prophetically they've they've kind of we can see the kind of faith in nineteen from twenty one the now nineteen year old can go sign up get trained and and you know having gotten buses so if they did what they can but you know there's only so much you can do to recruit the county with David Harrison reporter at the Wall Street journal's pieces go public transit hits a speed bump not enough drivers are so when this happens so what do you got to drop routes I guess that's exactly exactly yeah so a lot of places well basically you know you have a route to the advertised so schedule at writers are expecting it to show up but if you just don't have anybody to drive it you just don't don't run it so so you can imagine makes makes the writers pretty upset because you know this is the real schedule in the in the bustling show up for the Pentagon show up that's my great so you know they try to post on my website is silly and they can which fruits are gonna run which treats on but what Denver's done here is really kind of thing than a step ahead of that and they're basically just you know to death cutting that's completely so you know some bus routes are just not going to weekends are not going to run at all and they're in the process of working through we know which groups and have a lot of work out but if this does go through starting in may it'll basically just had cut after service because they just can't get enough of this incredible so at the how of some of these writers adjusted I know you spoke with a couple of them who expressed their frustration yeah well I mean a lot of people are basically just adjusting their commute pattern you know taking different groups are getting a hell more time and you know it's possible that this is also describing people away from Capitol together we've seen in that we have seen in the last few years I will decline and in transit ridership and a lot of reasons for that but one reason could be that Tristan reliable service because of the same age and I I I thought you said to the story there's been a decline in ridership it's almost like this can never ending cycle right that's the issue with a lot of hand they don't see it yet we have it's hard to figure out what how to stop this this this sort of thing though are we have during the recession they cut a lot of service and of course he could hear if you can lose writers during the recovery after the recession I could bring back service camper back services to the writers now that the the economy is doing well more people can afford cars so you know whether simple gunned down last few years so you know if you're a writer and you have a revenue and if you can't hire the bus driver is to provide the service you can't sort of improve service to win back those writers so the kind of kind of been up to the top spot David David Harrison reporter at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour.
"david harrison" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Am I am the came out and you know the the blessed banishing ritual you know. Yeah that's what it reminds me for a man. Yeah that's right great thought well less merge those together you know and and there was younger there as well Jansher Within the formula as well and it was good now interesting and but sorry I geometry you and just in the middle of talking about that coming in May ask you within the ritual which qleyle book they First I examination of the carlisle rituals from his manual. The Free Nights Mackenzie It was a very very popular book in the Nineteenth Century and early twentieth. Essentially find it in in most masonic libraries and before you're not to Greta. Legit England printed the official emulation ritual. I think he was nineteen sixty nine that the carlisle book was one of the books that most freemasons us because the cuff rituals. Well not only that. Had you know loads of rituals in that low to high high degrees some some some that can be found in in Delays owes writer seven degrees for example the Scottish right as well you know. assurance disagrees relag raising nice. It's a real mix real classic. Mix that degrees never before been been disclosed so am Adult straightens and became follow on both from the loss right so Israeli and he was with the same publisher against Louis. Masan with with Lewis Masonic. Right crazy great David. Well thank you so much for your company in this hour was great to talk talk to you and looking forward to this new book. I make sure that my people here will no wind. It'll come out and I'd like to finish off with a sentence which is on the back cover of your of your loss to rites and rituals and put that into a last question for you me or state of whatever you want to make out of it and it says the book will also take a look at the last rites rituals along West lost symbolism that vanished after the Union of the ancients that Badran's eighteenth thirteen. So sometimes you get to feeling that by making too many compromises masonry compromises. I say compromise is not not being nice to each other but compromises you maybe lose sometimes depths and quality. I'm not sure if I'm right but what would you. What would be your take on that? Yeah yeah definitely I think with the the a union you know those. There was this compromise between the ancients moderns a big example of that would be the way how Lee the English Royal Arch for example. Yeah I'm with the sold out as on additional degree of full degree really the meldons wins. Only sorry as I completion of the Fed a little continuation of the story. You know I'm I'm with with the Union in eighteen thirteen. The Royal Arts really became A bit of a casualty in in compromise `promise because I mean I've on on a member of the Royal Arch and it's completely different in the third degree. You know. Two completely separate story is part of the same story. But it kind of seems into the future you know absolutely The solvents temples destroyed. And you know he's about to be rebuilt the second temple you know so so so. There's actually a gap in store and all these rituals that go to the book you know all the rituals filling that story you know so what the book was. I was doing the money. With a freemason that was Available for these freemasons that wanted to fill in the gaps. I'm quite quite all on. Officially you know they they they could do these little rituals You know now the the words daring to the to the The main powers that they really you know right. I'm right so they could fill in these stories in filling the gaps and and completely misunderstood. So yeah you know with with with a compromise demise Light Light. They the Union that they were symbols that fell by the wayside. The Christian elements For example would take him out of the original one side. Yeah and So these these comments that people tonight you know from from your for example you know they come over here and they say how different the English relation rich which released from other rituals but with all all things have two sides. Of course. That's right that's right. Yeah definitely well once again. Thank you so much really really enjoyed our talk and thank you and into l.. Good luck with all your ventures upcoming ventures. Let's hope to be back one day here on thermes. Thank you to for today and Indem goodbye to you in the North East North West of England. Yes yes thank you very much for the village in. I'm over in Vienna next week actually boots and only briefly. Okay okay great thank you thank you. They do so we'll Z.. The city Louis say it I own God in that dwells assert song from David Harrison's album Cold walking on water with and by David who was also our interview today. I hope you did get some insight into masonry today but also got OUGHTA interested enough to learn more. For example by David spoke sent his talks you can also find him on Youtube and also this misinformation. I shall give you on my show notes on the website. So don't miss out on that. which brings this episode two of season four or to an end we will be back next week with another interesting talk? That episode will be called the entire magical world and will feature American author of Esoteric Nonfiction Books. aromatherapist and Tarot reader and much more. Judy cut alleged yes. She's a specialist in many fields of Gio cult especially which craft spell casting etc.. I'm sure you're going to enjoy joy for today. I would like to thank you for having been with us. 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"david harrison" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And finding alternate ways to get around David Harrison of the Wall Street journal's taking a deep dive into this change and joins us now David is driving down a both city and rural areas you know instead of most states including what it would have on the states that are more real like Vermont more than not serving a down and out they could have a lot of big cities that see your really motor voter like less no just one particular part of the country what are some of the reasons than the people are giving up their cars point to a single furnace there in a lot of people have to have the real return band you know what reading the and one thirty may not be of not making it may be different because it depending on where you are in the country but by the water a lot of it has to be where let's say you know it's a lot easier now to shop online is a lot easier to get parts comparison online you can live forever and sign in the washing machine you know you can work from home now you can download a movie called you know there's like less less reason satin figure out there but also there's some more suited demographic factors you know the older and older people now I'm tired don't drive to work every day and likewise there's this sort of wondering transgender people moving to server so you know even if the eighty six this product or service that we work we've been talking about improving mass transit from since probably the seventies have some cities actually made some strides there yeah some places are more successful than others thank you for not the first time that I could do that but but there seems like there is like a punch we love to improve transit options actually places that didn't have five so sorry we we're we're not in it there though not works you know here we go and the like to help them and I'm not certain you have yeah that that twenty twenty eight miles right now they want to have an almost double that two years actually they cared so it's been you know second it's hard to do I would answer that the really making us an effort to get people out of the car and then it's it's kind of in response to to the demand for further options we're speaking with David Harrison of the Wall Street journal along those same lines some cities are actually closing streets in changing travel patterns to make it easier for people to get around that that part really surprised me notified by Phoenix ladies that you know what we were there a lot of people it's going down south there and you know like a hundred hundred people a day so fast on clay you would think that the trend would be to add more travel lines thirty on some parts of town that actually remove a car loan and then for the put the light rail and that is new bike lanes of us so yeah they are you know there are actually remove the blame from from classic and the other the gloves and David the overall trend here is kind of counter to the past because the economy is good which usually means that we drive more so you know for years and years and years not to look at the chart one part of the number of miles so strides pretty much goes up when I at the same page because overall economic growth that's sort of the very very the couple decades ago and now with this weird weird moments where economy has been going pretty strongly for a decade and yet guarding the number of Abu dis there is no sound a little bit from two thousand four and it doesn't really seem like it you know the at the end of the chapter and go back up Bob anytime soon one of the better the card within usually you know you expect considering the economy that we use for crab a lot more about the level of yeah thanks David David Harrison of the Wall Street journal it's nineteen minutes after the hour Ross achates.
"david harrison" Discussed on WLAC
"Hey, glad you could spend some timeless almost three quarters of US workers face some kind of caregiving responsibility leading employee's to battle competing interests. What's this mean for employers? Here's this weekend's, Jennifer Kushinka. Caregiving responsibilities are expected to keep growing and that will continue to take toll in the workplace. David Harrison of the Wall Street Journal has more on a new Harvard study and joins us now David what does this survey tell us? Well, it's really quite interesting. This is a survey that two researchers from Harvard Business School conducted, and they surveyed both employers, and employees, and what they found was that employees reports that the conflict, you know, the the usual juggling between home and work really takes a toll on on people that work in ways that I think that they suggested employers don't really don't really realize. So you know, they found that quite a lot of people who have care. Give him responsibilities had actually left a job because they just couldn't make that balance work almost a third of people with caregiving responsibilities have left a job they found. So so they really it really seems that there is a there's this huge burden on on folks. And the way the deal with that can have consequences for you know, productivity at work and can lead people to to leave. Good jobs. David when we talk about caregiving, are we talking about just older people. Or is it sometimes children are both. It's both this survey kind of looked at all sorts of caregiving, so it really didn't discriminate between kids or elderly parents or relatives or spouses or anything like that. Basically, if you have if you have a significant obligation at home, you're sort of included in this in this caregiving category. But I would imagine that caregiving on the elder aside is a growing problem as opposed to the kids. Yes, that's right. So what's happening right now sort of in the broader sort of demographic. In the US is that, you know, the birth rate is is shrinking so they're they're they're presumably are going to be your kids around to take care of at the same time, the population of elderly people keeps rising, and so you combine those two overall you're still going to get more. You're going to have more people more kids than other people to take care of in in the coming years just based on census projection. So every working age American is going to have more people to take care of in the next few decades. We're speaking with David Harrison of the Wall Street Journal, David how did caregiving hurt some people's careers in the study. So you know, it's in ways that you would expect. I mean, I'm sure everybody realized how you know, if you have kids at home that it's difficult to to balance the two, and so, you know, people were either you basically can't can't can't make make make the two work. And so you quit your job. So that's the way that's definitely a career career drawback or people have said. I think twenty percent of the respondents in the survey said that it had hurt their careers because they either didn't get sort of challenging assignments. And they sell less less motivated to work or they'd been passed over for raises or promotions. Because you know, there's. Caregiving untouchability is kind of take take it outside of the dramatic effect. I mean, it's also, you know, you have to leave early to pick up a kid or you have to take a sick day or do you come into work, and you're distracted because you're you're dealing with something at home. So all those things kind of add up and that can make people less productive at work. And if you're less productive Kansas are you going to Europe, your your path for for advancement will be restricted somewhat? Why do you think there such a disconnect that employers don't realize sometimes that this is going on? Yeah. So this is another really interesting conclusions of the survey was study was a lot of employers. Basically don't don't ask don't know what kind of responsibilities their workers face outside the home. It seems like there's this idea that you know. Among employers that what happens outside of work hours. There's another business. And that's something that I think what the authors of the survey suggests needs to change is that employers don't know what their employees are dealing with a home, even the even well, meaning employers who want to help they just don't know what kind of benefits to offer what kinds of what kinds of things to do. So one of the recommendations was to basically conducted sort of census among their employees to see what are you dealing with at home. And how can how can we as employers who mean well make it so that you can manage to to balance work and home, and you won't have to leave leave to quit your job or or being more productive. So I think one of the most interesting conclusions, essentially employers just don't know, and they haven't been interested different kind of slow and finding out a lot of them said that they didn't want to they're concerned about of Rena violating employee privacy. Or they. Just had no interest. And that's you know, what these authors suggest needs to it needs to change. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, David Harrison, twenty one minutes after the hour.
"david harrison" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Of US workers. They some kind of caregiving responsibility leading employees to battle competing interests. What's this mean for employers? Here's this weekend's, Jennifer Kushinka. Caregiving responsibilities are expected to keep growing and that will continue to take a toll in the workplace. David Harrison of the Wall Street Journal has more on a new Harvard study and joins us now David what does this survey tell us? Well, it's really quite interesting. This is a survey that two researchers from Harvard Business School conducted, and they surveyed dose employers, and employees, and what they found was that employees reports that the conflict, you know, the usual juggling between home and work really takes a toll on on people that work in ways that I think that they suggested employers don't really don't really realize. So, you know, they found that quite a lot of people who have caregiving responsibilities had actually left. Job because they just couldn't make that balance work almost a third of people with caregiving responsibilities have left a job they found. So so they really it really seems that there is a. There's this huge burden on on folks. And the way the deal with that can have consequences for you know, productivity at work and can lead people to to leave. Good jobs. David when we talk about caregiving, are we talking about just older people. Or is it sometimes children are both. It's both this survey kind of looked at you know, all sorts of caregiving, so it really didn't discriminate between kids are Reno elderly parents or relatives or spouses or anything like that. Basically if you have. If she has a significant obligation at home, you're sort of included in this caregiving category. But I would imagine that caregiving on the elder side is a growing problem as opposed to the kids. Yes, that's right. So what's happening right now, sort of the broader sort of demographic picture in the US is that, you know, the birth rate is is shrinking so they're they're they're presumably they're going to be fewer kids around to take care of at the same time, the population of elderly people keeps rising, and so you know, you combine those two overall you're still going to get more. You're going to have more people more kids than other people take care of in in the coming years as just based on census projection. So every working age American is going to have more people to take care of in the next few decades. We're speaking with David Harrison of the Wall Street Journal, David how did caregiving hurt some people's careers in the study. So you know, it's in ways that you would expect. I mean, I'm sure everybody realizes how you know, if you have kids at home that it's. Difficult to to balance the two, and so, you know, people were either you basically can't can't can't make make make the two work. And so you quit your job. So that's the way that's a definitely a career career drawback or people have said, I think twenty percent of the respondents in the survey said that it had hurt their careers because they either didn't get sort of challenging assignments. And they felt less less motivated to work or they'd been passed over for raises or for promotions. Because you know, there's. Caregiving responsibilities kind of take take it outside the dramatic effect. And it's also, you know, you have to leave early to pick up a kid or you have to take a sick day or do you come into work, and you're distracted because you're you're dealing with something at home. So all those things kind of add up and that can make people less productive at work. And if you're less productive Kansas are you going to Europe, your your path for for advancement will be restricted somewhat? Why do you think there such a disconnect that employers don't realize sometimes that this is going on here? So this is one of the really interesting conclusions of the survey was study was a a lot of employers. Basically don't don't ask don't know what kind of responsibilities their workers face outside the home. It seems like there's this idea that you know, we among employers that what happens outside of work hours. There's another business. And that's something that I think what do you offensive? This survey suggests. To change is that. If you've employers don't know what their employees are dealing with a home, even the even well, meaning employers who want to help they just don't know what kind of benefits to offer what kinds of all kinds of things to do. So one of their recommendations lists to basically conducted sort of census among their employees to see what are you dealing with at home. And how can how can we as employers who mean well make it so that you can manage to to balance work and home, and you won't have to leave leave quit your job or or being more productive. So I think one of the most interesting conclusions, essentially employers just don't know, and they haven't been interested having different kind of slow and finding out a lot of them said that they didn't want to they're concerned about Meena violating employee privacy or they just had no interest. And that's you know, what these authors suggest needs to needs to change. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, David Harrison, twenty one minutes after the hour on this weekend. It may not be stomach issues. So me, it's intense gas.
"david harrison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Coming to you live from reds here. Stop on by beautiful. Call said New Jersey stop on by say Hello as the giant faithful will is a big blue team today in the NFC east match up a rivalry game there. One in six the skins are four in two going into this one. As the giants paired off a couple one veteran player David Harrison one draft pick of recent year. And that is Eli apple and Harrison is now a member of the Detroit Lions Eli apple for two draft choices a four and a seven in twenty twenty down to New Orleans and the Saint says a little bit of the sell off has begun. An NFL trade deadline is Tuesday at four PM and David rightfully so. I mean for. Dave Gallo waited for this giants organization. You are what you are. Right. A runner says who you are. You're a one in sixteen. The odds of this team realistically, speaking going eight and one over their final nine games to get themselves. Slim to none is slim to none. I mean, let's be realistic here. So if you're you assess that you say, all right? It's time to see exactly what value. Some of these other guys have for teams that are contending teams. The saints are Super Bowl contending team. The lions are looking for a guy like Harrison for his leadership is ability to stop the run for Matt Patricia and they give up a fifth round draft choice for cattleman. It makes sense. But I also don't think he really had any other choice. He had to do. So I mean, these are two players you figure we're going to be probably dealt or released after this football season. So to that extent, you could see that. Now, at least they got something for return on them. I know a lot of people immediately. We're like holy Eli. Apple was the first round and only get a fourth in the seventh. Okay. You're the same person that after last season didn't even want him on this roster this season. Right. So you think about that that they got two picks for it to help build with this. That's an added bonus. And then when it came to snacks Harrison once again, there was this huge outrage. But when you trade. You're also trading the catra Nichols with that. So when you think about Damon snacks Harrison, a thirty year old defensive tackle who plays only first and second down who has sixteen million left on his contract after the season that is a big contract to take on. And then on top of that still to be able to get a fifth round pick a lot of people. It's only a fifth round pick. Mark. You're looking at a fifth round pick standing right in front of you. Right. Started over one hundred sixty games for the New York Giants. And what do you know who was the main scout that recruited and did all my stuff? Dave gettleman. So when you get all of those things in order it. Now, the giants at least three pits that also they got what with another one with the Brett drones straight, which is a seventh rounder. Now, you have four picks it either you can help continue to build this roster. Or what else is it? It's also an asset to have when it comes to the draft trade and listen to what hurt Harrison was he's thirty years. She's defensive line is making eight million, right? He's got more money coming in. So that does hurt the value of stacks arson. Apple I hear people screaming and hollering. And I was defending the giants. I thought you should hold onto the asset of Eli. Apple they held onto him last year. Now, there are many people calling for him to get cut off the season or apple has been kinda hit and miss this year. There's no offense or buts about it. But it hit miss that goes along with his career one hundred percent healthy. Games. The maturity of apple has been an issue as well. So that has been a concern to put the New Orleans Saints. Look at apple as a gamble were taking because they're trying to improve that secondary. You're gonna win the Super Bowl this year. And then they put him flip them. Opposite of Lattimore now that they have this defense that we know in the second half of the season starts to pick up because the offense for the seats pickup. They've Ingram back. So now, they have their two headed monster to run the football where they can control the time of possession and control the clock to keep Dennis Allen defense freshman on the attack and play blitz on third down. So that they have these cover corners that they need outside now with bringing ally up. Now, you get this giant team back at home this afternoon out at MetLife. Is they entertain the Washington Redskins from giant perspective? First and foremost, David now, they are one in six obviously the pressure and all the catcalls for the quarterback in the manning. We know how bad the offensive line is. And how they've struggled this year eight sold. They're coming off a game against. Atlanta Falcons at what she was just putrid for the contract that he got. I mean, that's just being. I mean, I've been kinda time she was terrible. But he was not alone. It was the whole group the five upfront. And when he has time he can throw the ball down the field. You get some of the coaching decisions by Pat Shurmur as well. You get paid and watching ally warming up on the sideline on the field going through warm ups. And I think that was a message being sent as well as the brothers kind of circle the wagons. John Mara talking Odell Beckham junior. It's all this drama all this drama surfing an organization that usually it's about the winds. There's trauma that comes along with the way, I get it. And there's always drama that's gets built up in this marketplace. But the giants it's no longer the talking point about what they do on the field. It's everything that surrounding the organization, and that's going to be really frustrating for you. A former giant that helped his team to two championships along the offensive line was part of a group that that help that's got to be frustrate. Watching this giant team of where they are as an organization right now, it is because every single Sunday we do the show. It's another story line. That's not about what's taking place in between the lines on the field. No. It's all about things that are going off the field. Whether it's the interview, whether it's the trades. Whether it's the talks all of these things happen. Why are not winning football came? Exactly there's at first and it hits. And then all the sudden things going wrong, and everybody's looking for somebody else to step up one at that same time when people looking for people to step up the ones that should step up are the ones that are bringing on the distractions. So when you think about this overall for this New York Giants football team granted, you knew that this season was not going to be a seamless transition. I know a lot of people on the outside thought it would. Okay. They're going to do the same thing that Pat Shurmur at the they did in the Minnesota bring in three new offense of Lyman. It's going to solve everything offense. Simply, you know. We're going to bring a new defense coordinator do scheme. But you still have a turnover of now I think there's thirty seven different people on this roster now that were on the roster last season. So I think when you truly see the way that they attempted it tried to fix things with the offense of wine. We don't know if it would have been a success because now we're looking at are seven different offensive line combination. Because really truly think about it. The line was supposed to be solar Hernandez hall appeal Obama and then to the right? Eric flowers that obviously the way that Eric flowers was playing he gets moved moved. Chad Wheeler that gets her. He gets out. Oh momma is getting counseling. So now, you're moving Greco from Senator Takhar now, you're bringing in Spencer pulley right there. All these different combinations is not helping an off. That's an especially an offensive line. Group. Listen, this is the thing. I'll say is. I'm not blaming anybody else. But as an offensive lineman in that offensive line room, you know, how important it is to run the football. If you're struggling in the passing game the thing that you can lean on his that you have a running back and saquon Barkley that. If you cover people up at you allow him to get a to Waco.
"david harrison" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Us welcome into monday many us states have been slow to improve their finances nine years into the economic expansion wall street journal reporter david harrison says that raises a risk they won't be prepared one another downturn hits making them susceptible to big spending cuts that make the next recession worse david what have you uncovered well themes that over the course of the expansion here the economy has been really will you would have thought that states would have taken advantage to you know sort of shore up their rainyday fineness get ready for for the next downturn and you know by and large in a number of places that hasn't been what's happened there's been about twenty one states we found actually have a smaller rainy day fund now than they did before the recession and that's something that really kind of starting to concern folks who who watched it closely i mean to say that you know another recession that's coming we don't know when we don't know how but you know the way the way these things work is yes we do do seem to come during a cycle and when that happens a lot of these states won't be prepared and the question is what are they going to do chart so what has happened that they are unable to or perhaps unwilling to replace those rainyday funds is the money just not come back in the way many were hoping or expecting world that's part of it yes so reno revenues what would happen to look state to it their revenues are very cyclical so when the economy does poorly people lose their jobs and that kind of thing it's it it means that me lower revenue states because they get a lot of their revenues from infant things like income taxes until texas so what's happened and yet they're the revenues took a great big hit and they'd come back quite a bit since then the problem is they haven't really come back and they haven't come back at the same they haven't come back strongly as they did in previous recession and there are a number of reasons for that big big one is that you know we're not we're not buying things in stores so much anymore buying things online andrew buying more services posted goods which means we're paying western sales tax.
"david harrison" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Spending time with us welcome into monday many us states have been slow to improve their finances nine years into the economic expansion wall street journal reporter david harrison says that raises a risk they won't be prepared one another downturn hits making them susceptible to big spending cuts that make the next recession worse david would have you uncovered well it seems that over the course of this expansion here with the economy has done really well you would have thought that today for the taking advantage to shore up the rainy day finally get ready for for the next downturn and you know by and large in a number of places that haven't been what's happened there's been about twenty one states we found actually have a smaller rainy day fund now than they did before the recession and that's something that really kind of starting to concern them folks who who watched it closely to say that you know another recession that coming we don't know when we don't know how but the way the way these things work is yes we do do people to come cycle and when that happens a lot of these states won't be prepared and the question is what are they going to do all right so what has happened that they are unable to or perhaps unwilling to replace those rainyday funds is the money does not come back in the way many were hoping or expecting would well that's part of it yeah so reno revenues what would happen to states that their revenues are great cyclical so when the economy does poorly you know people lose their jobs and that kind of thing it it means to me lower revenue for state because they get a lot of the revenues from income taxes until taxes so what's happened get their their revenues took a great big hit and they'd come back quite a bit since then they haven't really come back and they haven't come back at the same they haven't come back as strongly as they did in previous recession there are a number of reasons for that big big one is that you know we're not we're not buying things in stores so much anymore buying things online and they're buying more services posted good which means we're paying less than sales tax income taxes a great big revenue source so we pay less than sales tax revenue coming in and that means they have less to save so you know all these things are sort of connected at say a number of things that you know not take don't have perfect control over these things but that's kind of ended up in a situation where we are now where they may not really be good in good shape what are some of the states in really bad positions well so a number of them that has that has had a really tough time sort of was big energy and gas producing states because really volatile north carolina wyoming were doing well when and they've been hurt their low so those are the ones that really are having having a lot of trouble and then there are other places the big one that everybody talks about illinois and new jersey which had a number of issues the really quite striking you know they they emptied out there the rainy day fund and the nine and the recession which is normally you'd expect them to do that you know they need the money to pay for services problem was since then they haven't put a penny back into it during it funded still empty and here we are nine years later and he would have thought that they would have found a way to to replenish it but but they haven't you're proud of the way we do things in new jersey speaking with wall street journal reporter david harrison he's written a piece entitled many states are likely unprepared for next downturn and he's talking about how far behind some states are in replenishing those rainyday funds that they used during the recession did you point out to the federal government this may not be in much of a position to help yeah that's right so usually what happens in recession that the.
"david harrison" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Thanks for spending time with us welcome into monday many us states have been slow to improve their finances nine years into the economic expansion wall street journal reporter david harrison says that raises a risk they won't be prepared one another downturn hits making them susceptible to big spending cuts that make the next recession worse david would have you uncovered well it seems that over the course of this expansion here where the economy has been really well you would have thought that states would have taken advantage to shore up the rainy day fund is getting ready for for the next downturn and you know by and large in a number of places that hasn't been with happened there's been about twenty one states we found actually have a smaller rainy day fund now than they did before the recession and that's something that really kind of starting to concern folks who who watched it closely i mean starting to say that you know another recession that's coming we don't know when we don't know how but you know the way the way these things work is yes we do do seem to come during the cycle and wouldn't that happens a lot of these states won't be prepared and the question is what are they going to do all right so what has happened that they are unable to or perhaps unwilling to replace those rainyday funds is the money just not come back in the way many were hoping or expecting would well that's part of it yeah so reno revenues what would happen to state revenues are very cyclical when the economy does poorly people lose their jobs and that kind of thing it means that we lower revenue for states because they get a lot of their revenues from an from things like income taxes and phil texas so what's happened when the recession yesterday or the revenues took a great big hit and they'd come back quite a bit since then the problem they haven't really come back haven't come back at the same for the they haven't come back strongly as they did in previous recessions and there are a number of reasons for that big big one is that you know we're not we're not buying things in stores so much anymore buying things online.
"david harrison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To tighten too quickly i think we've been patient i think that patients has has borne fruit and i think it continues to we had a lot of encouragement to go much faster and i'm really glad we didn't but at this time that can continue on that gradual pace pace seems continues to seem like the right thing if we get a sense that the economy is reacting badly then we'll certainly react to that virginia david harrison with the dow jones newswires where where do you see the neutral interest rate is right now do you think it's do you see it sort of inching up because of the the recent fiscal stimulus measures and how will you know when we're getting close to that neutral point so if you know if if inflation stays around to doesn't go above two for a while do you see a need to actually exceed that that neutral point so i would just point you to the range of estimates at the committee which i think is two and a quarter to three and a half and the median is two point nine right in there so that's the range of of estimates of the nominal neutral rate of interest and we'd we do understand that there's high uncertainty around the level but that's kinda so you can think of two point nine as being which is sort of a full percentage point away from where fed funds is going to trade after today's decision you ask is the is the neutral rate moving up because of fiscal policy.
"david harrison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"On the shot clock back over to felt wide open three short noga tipped by westbrook won't go he got it back for the backup miss that rebound bounced around comes back down to westbrook in the paint atoms to hang deb and harris nuggets leader by five david harris has it on the high right side down pass over to mason plumlee at three point one hands off behind him to lyles for three that was no good and the rebound flatfooted to carmelo anthony that shot their we'll get home millsaps of an off the bench mellow head fake on the drive leans in throws crosscourt over to felton felton gotta by devin harris puts it on the floor got bumped be a foul on devon harris fight through the top part of that pick paul millsap and jamal murray gonna come in for denver david harrison trey lyles go out lyles off the bench three or four shooting six points three assists one rebound good little stint from him off the bench devin harris seven points onto of two shooting adams gets the inbound kicks it left side over the and bounce pass on the elbow to mellow one on one with paul millsap shot clock is five anthony hasn't done anything yet rocker jumper air comes that one is on the way dole good adams tips the rebound to himself second chance points for the thunder again westbrook drives on tori craig can't get past him drew him into a foul and made the jump shot and that'll be an an one coming up for westbrook now wilson chandler's off the bench at torrey craig will come out great ten minutes off the bench one of two two points and four rebounds and brewer now back on the floor here for the thunder so oklahoma city has four their five starters out there as do the denver nuggets free throw by westbrook that one is up in lead down to forty seven to forty five joemarie how's it up the left wing hands it off behind him to barton barton gets a high pick from does it use it they show hard on the picket role skip pass over the chandler back to mill sat back to chandler wilson puts it on the floor he's behind the three point line now back on the elbow to bill sad given go chandler finger roll layup no good rebound comes down to westbrook westbrook in.
"david harrison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A nancy marshall can serve from marketplace when you testified before congress last july you said that you might be prepared to take enforcement actions against wells fargo if it proved to be appropriate do you think it's appropriate and what actions could you take so let let me say that i consider the behaviour of wells fargo towards its customers to with thin agree gis and unacceptable we take car supervision responsibilities it the company very seriously and we we are attempting to understand what the root causes of those problems are into address them and we are not able to discuss confidential supervisory information and not yet eat those to tell you what actions we may take but i didn't want to say that we're committed to taking the actions we regarded as necessary syrian appropriate to make sure that the rights of controls sarim police in that organisation can you give me any kind of a time line we are working very hard on it i thank you david harrison with the dow jones i'd like a follow up on the on the balance sheet question if i may what what specifically would a take for you to reverse the decision to wind down the balance sheets and under what conditions would you consider sort of adding to the balance sheet again and separately as a followup to that looking more broadly how do you think history will judge the effectiveness of your asset purchase is and the conditions under which that policy should be and should be used iq so starting with the last part of the question i mean my own judgment based on my experience in the economic research that his tried to estimate the effectiveness of our balance sheet actions starting in two thousand eight eight and his also looked at the similar balance sheet actions in other parts of the world including the euro area is that these actions were successful in making financial conditions more accommodative and i believe in stimuli leading a faster recovery than we otherwise would have had a recent fared working paper estimated that the full set of balance sheet actions we took a during the crisis may have lowered longterm interest rates by your battle 100 basis points on there's obviously there are different theory different estimates or round of what difference it made but i would say that its effective it will be up to.
"david harrison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Those players that they lost from sixteen that's a hundred and nine starts that's a lot of experience a lot of football played in the biggest ones for me that stood out that set echoes all throughout the nfl not only in the jets current locker and but through the jets alumni was the way the things were handled with david harrison nick mangold we knew decker we knew that there was you know options him coming off of being her the salary everything but david harrison nick main goal should be jets for life you tell david eyres you're here now we're not going to trade you that cut him nick mangold wanted to restructure league need them wanna do that the reason why i say that is it sends echoes across everybody because you have young players now that came into this locker rome that's he david harrison nick mangled get thrown to the side and you're thinking as younger player if they did that to those two players what are they going to do to me and it says a lot about the loyalty and a lot about free agents trying to build this football team that are you going to get that loyalty that they're going to be team first player and a lot of times if they won't in it's it's a very very big thing that they're going to have to over but overall dozen money really resolve that at the end if you go into free agency do you overpay for a guy the a show the guy the love via the money and he'll come into the organization regardless of how you handle david harrison nick mangled depending on who it is because if it somebody who wants to win and somebody looking longterm right possibly but i'm telling you the wave the team's win are developing from the younger players the players who are fourth fifth six seventhround round players that build and trust in the organization believe in the franchise and we'll sell out and do anything for it when you look at this jazz team this year david realistic expectations we'll get into the bills game and the specific match up this afternoon going up again hence the of bills theme now with tyron taylor quarterback out of the concussion protocol and that's good news if your bills fan it would have given the jets.
"david harrison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He's just a motive hugh i mean the benches loaded i is not larder that's not true oh you eager dallo west harrison board david david harrison barnes the dallas mavericks i'm sorry i'm sorry the other guy with his name uh math barnes no no no no no no the other the other kid uh a little too vile mcgahee anyway you actually think if if paul george comes the cleveland actually have a shot of beating odin fake they have a better chance of beating gloves evening a better chance but still i i called him a better chance of beating golden state a better chance but they're still not going to beat him i mean golden state carried the rich a either all signed player i mean this guy can play defense now now i understand what kevin duran is but i'm also i'm improving my d sense and putting another guy in the cord that can also generally these own shot kinkel so take the pressure off the brought to score so may be in the fourth quarter lubrani will be a little fresher who george bush tristan tom it no i mean that i could do that no i don't i don't the now the enemy they might be caught between a rock and heart place where you know they've guide and they've got to take whatever uh the cavaliers throw adam i think now would be a better team if cleveland i mean if you tell me i could keep kevin love an ad paul george of course that would be a better team you think that off often look i it's only possible in severe at the basin hilltop possibilities it's not an even it's on even trade and you'd have to add some i have to add another player to make it work financially i mean i gotta look at the financial parameters it's possible because the pacers now know that paul yours is going to leave it so it's a case now where that can work to the cavaliers advantage to where they do not have to give up as much as the indiana pacers are caught between a rock and a heart place those realistic equally the bronze.
"david harrison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of the jet assured or what the going on so far this off but she recently with the uh apart not surprising really the david harrison erik dekker protest the arming of that and what you chronic he is going to happen moving forward because right now but there obviously there who report their rebuilt but uh what you thing uh the okay goal is uh coming from this season are going forward well first of all zack an thank you for team that up your teaming up my next yes which is coming up in the after the eleven twenty update as they call a coming up after the eleven twenty update gary myers football nfl columnist from the daily news is actually going to join me as my guest so for this exact topic we'll talk about it because it has been kind of a crazy week with the near jets releasing two of the best players well certainly their most accomplished veterans to their most accomplish veterans on the roster in linebacker david harris and wide receiver eric dekker and so in terms of the ultimate goal for the season i think it's pretty clear lose loses many football games as possible that's the jets ultimate goal this season they seem to be they they're not saying that they're saying that they think they can feel the competitive football team but their actions don't say that their actions i say that they are tanking their action say that they want to lose as many football games as possible that they are in full on rebuilding mode and that their ultimate goal is to lose as many games.
"david harrison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Six jets would peculiar timing i guess you could say with the davis harris release in with the eric dekker release which shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone when you consider what the jets have done hearing this offseason what their plan is going into 2017 abundantly clear they expect stick they got rid of one of their most reliable the fenders over the last eight or nine years they get rid of a guy who was akg rome waiter and harris another guy who is touchdown machine two years ago and erik dekker della channels where it's not gonna take david harrison eric deck along the fine work whether it baltimore for decker whether it's miami the giants for david harris those guys going to land on their feet the jet plan even though i don't ross like mccain and todd bowles i have no idea what they were going to do coming up in the offseason and beyond think they're realizing that 2017 is going to be laws fear and their of the expectation they're gonna stink they pull it off they end up with a topic initiates draft they get a quarterback for the future your say stroke of genius although i'm sure there are so many jeff fans across the tristate area is saying watch they're gonna find a way to weasel their way in a five or six games because it's what the jets do they'll take eight or nine and i'll miss out on all the quarterback prospects and then epa has as but i think you need to worry but the team the jazz going to be running out there i expect a lotta losses very weird dynamic to have going into an nfl year we expect.
"david harrison" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"The jet ads jets jets jets i saw a headline and then i didn't see name attached to a nothing makes me more upset than somebody who says something but won't put their name behind it it said nfl exotic meaning should be somebody big and powerful aumf professional nfl exact says the jets roster is the worst in the league in one thirty years that saying law brother when you're talking 640 rosters worth of football over those twenty years they have the worst won and the jets go ahead and cuts linebacker david harrison i mean what what's going on there i wonder gotta gregory over her alnajjar biker a it could cook i mean how great would that be if he says that himself that's not gonna make him look good was his somebody new england who wasn't was somebody hanging out there in jacksonville guy who are opening up ultimately your are out there and you could make a real art or the work for a wider all i don't know you can create works american group recorded repair your averted why in the wire noparty other than a very cal god help i would go back your acne and other people who resort earlier debris from brown who report raw art art review yes pir don't have worn quieter all parent who your romeo carey in the could way the wind is very good but yarden their burial or regular ain't nobody i agree i really think greg could put a win over under it who enabled degree to trigger actor on the under if you all i really i wrote i go regain whoever your regan ukrainian wack burger to cope i'll for learning river in miami florida wokv brown quite both got a shock why bureaucratic poor we're back very art back i wanted kuhn rich kotite pair well by wwe i will ask you this though i will ask you this they're they're holding onto erik dekker still by israel and apparently pie is and so so that doesn't scare you offensively are you want your car you will know crikelair you will regret quarterback regarding you're talking about map perry said are that all route map workers or one poll career not you're you're you're you're proper rock where the talk let report okay matt verner him from aside of dog.