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"Problems. But the evidence the actual evidence the facts tell us a different story. Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler trying to hold off challenges from Democrats John Assad in Raphael Warnock. Within a million absentee ballots have been requested for the January 5th runoff in Georgia. Early voting begins December 14th for NPR news. I'm a meal Moffett in Atlanta, Airbnb has raised the price of its pre I P o shares as investors appear to be willing to pay a mortgage in the company's resiliency during the Corona virus pandemic regulatory filing today here, Bebe said it expects to its price of chairs between 56 $60 each Wall Street, the Dow was down 148 points. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. State attorney general have yet but Sarah may be headed to Washington as the president elect's pick for secretary of health and human services. His California legacy includes fighting against transparency. KQED S Alex Emslie reports. Sarah stance and open government emerged in early 2019 years. No friends of government transparency. David Snyder heads the nonprofit First Amendment Coalition. He, along with KQED, is suing Maceira for continuing to stall on releasing police misconduct information. Sarah's office also threatened to prosecute U C. Berkeley journalists who were provided information from another state agency. On police officers who've been convicted of crimes. I don't think it's a good look for the state of change and all he's threatening legal action against reporters for actions that were clearly protected not only under the First Amendment, but under California law. Snyder says he hopes the next state attorney general is a proponent of open government. I'm Alex Emslie. KQED news. The state of California is rolling out a new smartphone app that will notify people if they've been in close contact with someone who test positive for covert 19. Close contact means spending more than 15 minutes within 6 ft of another person, governor Gavin Newsom, emphasized the apse focus on anonymity. It's 100% private. 1% secure 100% voluntary you opt in or you choose not to. And there is no tracking data, no location data that is shared. The news comes as the statewide rate of tests coming back positive has more than doubled in the past month. I'm Richelle Maria Dylan KQED news Support comes from Marin Country Mart at Lark Spur Landing an artist in village with 42 unique shops, organic restaurants and neighborhood services. Mrs KQED Public radio. Good afternoon. It is 206 now..
"david snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Carol Massar along with my co-host, Jason Kelly, and we are Bloomberg radio. All right. Well lot changes when a company goes public and we certainly have had a bit of a parade so far. Maybe some more at big names coming public, David. Snyder is the founder and chief executive officer of harness wealth. Fascinating background worked at Bain on the private equity side on the venture capital side, did some big deals himself, so you know what he's talking about. He's here. With Carolyn myself in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio. Great to have you with us. Thanks so much for coming by. All right. So company goes public, the headlines, the bell ringing, the confetti. Whatever it is that all goes, well, but what's going on underneath, what are companies thinking about how does it change them? It's my favorite story about this. A public company, CFO took his business public a few years ago said he brought all the employees together and said, I have almost one hundred percent confidence at the stock will move thirty percent in its. I six months of trading, but almost no idea, which direction that's to. And so I think for a lot of employees, psychology going from only seeing the value of their stock in the business, they're part of going up, but only changing once every year or two years. All of a sudden, there's an hourly amid ticker of what that value is ironically wall, there's a lot more disclosure, some of it, maybe not what companies exacts one of their compensation the wealth that they've made it also means that the freefall information that many employees are used to in a tech startup experience has dad change because the requirements are being public is different from a disclosure perspective is important to have this conversation right now. Well, I think a disproportionate number of successful white collar workers are part of it think a lot of people want to be part of businesses that are in high growth, trajectories, and understanding the differences of what you're getting yourself into a few join something as a team of dozen like our company is today, or company of a thousand gone through that I think it informs that culture, the expectations and obviously the compensation as well. You say that preparing for a panel for our upcoming breakaway summit here at Bloomberg, and I was talking to the founder of a company that was sold forever billion dollars to are really well known company. And she said, you know, in terms of the employee base, when you start with that small company, everybody to steal a line from Hamilton issues to being in the room where it happens. And then all of a sudden you sell out, you become a bigger entity or you sell to a larger entity and you're not even part of that decision making process, any more than the decisions are made clear across the. World or cross the country and the types of employee's you need for those different stages. It changes. And I thought it was just a very telling thing about startup in plays into some of what you're talking about. Absolutely. I think there are there pros and cons of every stage. I the last business that I was at I joined the tenth employee was there when several thousand and so, so the Saadat experience from the COO CFO grade. And. That transformation. I think happens universally, no matter how focused that team or investors else as in trying to preserve that sense of communication from cohesion. And there's some real practical things that employs have to think about given that they are all the sudden liquid in some form or fashion. Right. So tell us about the advice that you give those folks because they have to think about their own individual wealth, regardless of its is because this is a different asset that they have now right. Absolutely. I think the biggest mistake that a lot of people fall prey to was not thinking about it until an IPO or sale is there, and I think fundamentally employs often to realize that the IRS thinks about stock very differently if it is purely viewed as income, which if it's a option or an issue or it's perceived as really. Vestment that you've made and you can get long term capital gains treatment, we'll talk, some cases even better, we just had a story with our beds, steverman that just talked about in Silicon Valley. Certain money that's put in early to start up the valuation started has to be under a certain level, and how you can have those capital gains, basically tax free later on, but there's conditions but it really plays into some of the US BS called program is one of the most valuable wealth, creators, four onto preneurs. But many realize it until they've already had a successful exit. Find out what they could have saved the radically and then try to figure out the second time around so there's a lot of planning that ought to be done. How do you think about shifting what you hold into stock, right? Actually, to get that 'cuse BS treatment. But if not, at least long term capital gains and also, I would think, how to diversify what you get a little bit of that liquidity because as we. We know as all of us know, from watching this market, and certainly the tech market, it's not always going up and having some safety and security going forward is important. Certainly, I mean one of the other pieces, that folks are often realizes that unless accompanies going through five one Mike Spotify did even want to goes public there six months before employees are able to sell and right as we're seeing. It's very volatile period often off sometimes good. And sometimes not so great not to mention mention that wealth. And all of a sudden you go from being becoming a millionaire overnight, how to manage lots of things. Great stuff. David. Snyder founder and chief executive officer of harnessed wealth. He was here with us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers to thank you so much for stopping by. Right. You are listening to Bloomberg radio. Let's get a check on the national news headlines ever to Bob moon. We go air eleven three oh newsroom. Hypo by Carol working in or just being in a skyscraper is a way of life for many New Yorkers. But what happened today was an anxiety producing remind. Her that memories of nine eleven can quickly become front of mind, suddenly this afternoon crowds of people were ordered to get out of a fifty four storey office tower in midtown Manhattan moments after a helicopter crashed onto the top of the building on seventh avenue and fifty first rate by some reports. The helicopter was obliterated officials say the presume pilot died on impact the building shuttered the fuel the board started a fire and some workers, say it took a half hour to get down to the street. This woman works on the thirtieth floor Yorkers, especially New Yorkers with hearing experience eleven to get a little bit of her traumatic stress comments like this, I think, being in a while walking down the stairs with a little bit of panic. Really increase some people out a couple hours after the crash. Mayor Bill Blasios sounded the all clear that for the past eighteen years, New Yorkers wait with bated breath. I wanna say the most important thing I there is no indication at this time, but this was. Was an act of terror. There is no ongoing threat to New York City. Now officials are checking the structural integrity of the building the White House counsel from president, Richard Nixon's administration says there are parallels between the Russia, probe and Watergate, John dean is testifying in front of the house committee. President Donald Trump is calling dean, a disgraced former White House counsel and the sleazebag, global news, twenty four hours a day on air and kick talk on Twitter..
"david snyder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That is a Stanford fight song. And Mitch we'd like to catch up with some of the former players from the local colleges. But this guy is a little bit of a standout this week as we welcome in the NC, double A, coach of the year, coach of the NCWA championships Benz off team. Conrad Ray, thank you so much for some time on a Saturday morning and hearty, congratulations, John here. Mitch ear as well. Well, great to join you guys. Get more than hope everyone's doing well. Go cardinal card all. The cardinal. Well, that was pretty intriguing stuff for two days. And I thought that the, the second day the last day was almost like you're season in microcosm started a little slow wouldn't too many red numbers up there for us. And then all of a sudden you guys took off. Yeah. Well, thank you. It's been a whirlwind, but you're right. It's it's one of those weeks where you just try. And you know, you might leak little oil, but you just don't wanna blow a tire turn three, you know, and that's kind of how it felt all week, the golf course itself, the blessings and Fayetteville Arkansas. What a what a massive test of golf, let alone just to get around. I we added up our, our mileage last week, and in seven days, I had walked eighty five miles, and so I wasn't carrying us at a club. So just, just the, the element of, of that much golf over the course of the week was intrigue. But, you know, super happy for our guys that we were able to get a few good breaks kind of hang in there and, and really match up. Well, with Texas in the final match to pull the whole thing out so exciting week here down on the farm. No doubt about it. Yeah. The golf course looked just just amazing with all the different places you get in trouble. And I was really intrigued. I think this happened in the, the semi-final match. It was a tree article I read about you talking with your freshman delay, toolan Bev. I believe. Yeah. The day that you have say that ten times fast, and you wanna prize. But the air a work on it on the yeah. You know, straight off a plane from al-mati Kazahstan, our freshman Dahlen to the by now. He doesn't. Go ahead. I'm sorry. Yeah. Well, I was just gonna say he's, he's he was definitely a part of the star of the show last week. He he really played well force and he's had a nice year as a freshman. He he had an ultimate match for us coming down the stretch he was four up and he was playing a young player from Vanderbilt name Harrison on who's a very good player. And he was going on the back nine and like I said, started legal little oil, here's not made a couple of birdies. He ends up. You know, he's got to, to going to play solitaire synon- into a into penalty area after he hit in there with the honor hits this miraculous shot out of out of the river up on the green, but then just off the fringe should. But then, incur, one shop penalty for accidentally hitting his ball attention and moving his ball. So he ends up losing the whole and he has to play the eighteenth hole. At a one, we'd after a lot of drama preceding and miraculously. Hits right down the pipe and hits. One five iron for the ages from about two five right over the flag and drains about a twenty footer for an exciting finish. But yeah, I was just trying to say you know, verbally say get the horse in the barn, and I was walking with him. And, and we had a lot of we had a lot of Mojo. They're trying to trying to get it going the right way. And the part that I read was were you said that you helped him turn fear into excitement. Right. Forget exactly the, the quote in the article, I read, and then he responded saying that's great because I love to show off or something like that. Yeah. Well, you, you know, he mentioned that a couple of times, you know, you never know how some of these young guys are gonna react when the cameras turn on. And I tell you what it is a different vibe, when the golf channel shows up, and they've got their full crew there. And all the interviews after the round and it's something that we don't see in a regular basis, at least yet in the college dynamic, and so for these guys you never know how they're gonna react, and all that is definitely a showman. You know, I think part of his game is, is showing people what he can do and and showing off a bit. And so, I just, you know, I think I was it was probably a little self help for me. Trying to get him to breathe a little bit. And I was breathing too, but I told him I said, hey, you know, how many times have you made a great par on this whole this week, and, you know, so these people what you can do everyone's watching joy that moment that -solutely he was able to study the ship a little bit and, and make a couple of good swing. So I was really proud of him and, and really all the guys how they manage themselves. So last week where chatting with Conrad Ray, who is the NCAA. A championship coach of the Stanford University men's golf team. I I'm sure that's pretty good. Conrad eight listen I, I, I don't know if you've seen the video of it, but as things started tightening up coming down the end, and it was brilliant of you to front load your team, you know, getting your good guys up front, Henry Schimdt coming down the stretch hits shot. I believe it was on sixteen. He hits an iron to about. I don't know three or four feet, something like that. But if you, if you watch the tape of on television as he's, I'm almost sure he didn't finish his follow through when he said be right. Well, he was playing that. That's another intriguing storyline. You know, there's all these little vignettes that happen throughout the week that one was really interesting to Henry really felt like he had that matching handed on fifteen. He lays it up pin, high right on a par five, you know, or just sort of pin, high very, you know straightforward pitch just to get it back to back then, thinking, you know he could tap in for birdie maybe win the match and lo and behold, like we all done. He catches at a little thin blades it over the green and goes in the in the river. And so we're all like, oh my gosh. What just happened? And so he gets up, you know, there's a little bit of a walk to the sixteenth tea and my sister coach Matt Boorda's who I can't say enough about throughout the season east. Just brought a lot to our, our program and was walking with Henry really try to get him. Calm down, and he got stood up and hit an unbelievable drive on the tough tee shot. Right. Down the pike and then hit a nine hundred in there about two feet to, to, to really feel. The deal. And, you know, just another example of a guy just studying the ship and kinda hanging in there, but he Henry was was awesome force. All we can, you know, we tried whenever I couldn't are matches to, to put him out. I he wanted that position. I always tell people in matchplay PNC to way you know, it's really a race to three. It's not three points over all. And so, you know, I felt like in that final match. We got some good matchups and, and we definitely had horses out front weaving away. Well, I don't mind telling you Conrad when he bladed that ball into the water. That's when I got up, and I went and got a, a bottle of gin and a straw. Well, I think if they would have had that for the coaches out there. Partaken myself to. That's one thing you, don't you know, the last few days for me. I there's so much that I didn't get to see because, you know, as a coach, just with one player, usually or once one area. So it's been fascinating for me over the last couple of days to kind of watch the whole thing coverage play out. And, you know, it was it was definitely exciting and we avoid it some some major calamities at times. And I guess that's all part of, of being able to get to that final match and have a chance. Conrad, I have this vision of, of your phone blowing up in your phone ringing off the hook, and it was so awesome of you to respond to come on the show with us. Have you heard from like tiger? Tom Watson note of a gay. Fac- Martin assume, you've probably heard from a good share of them. Yeah. You know, those guys have been great throughout the year. Really? They follow our team and tackle closely. But you're right. It's amazing how many people were watching and following our progress last week. I think I've spent a couple of days in the office trying to catch up on thank yous responses, and I've I've barely made a dent so. But you're right. You know, tiger put out of nice post from MIR field wishing the team. Well congratulating, you know, graduating them and saying, great job. Tom Watson was active on Twitter talking about how proud he was the cardinal team. You know, we were on a text thread, actually with notable gay or teammate tiger. Woods note, it was there covering the, the action for the golf channel. And it's really funny. How I look back on that threat. And, you know, during stroke-play we started out, really, well, the first couple of days, and then we started to kinda skid down the leaderboard and the vibe of those tax was a lot different than when the last was dropping matchplay. You know, the old teammates weren't afraid to give me a hard time. Tell me to get the get they act together. You know if if you know what I mean. So anyway, it was fun to see that support. And it's great that we're able to do that. I, I mentioned that to the guys, you know, it's easy to get your own little world. But we're playing for all those guys over the years that carried the cardinal bag and proud of Stanford golf and what it stands for. So it was pretty special that front for sure. Just as we go out the door here, you know, three other guys, you've gotta talk about David Snyder, you know, kinda like your bulldog, and then you're to seniors Brandon Wu and Isaiah Celinda from south San Francisco, local, guys, Sarah, high school guy. I mean between he and Brandon. I mean what leadership what play is, as I look for big things down the line. I watched him a good share down. When you have the regionals down there. It's amazing how he hits the ball and the short game that he has. I mean your senior leadership was fantastic. Yeah. Those guys, you know it is crazy. As it sounds it's, it's harder than you think to have your seniors your best players on the team, usually overtime, you know that starts to sort out and guys figure out. Hey, maybe I'm not going to be a pro golfer. Maybe this isn't as most important thing that I, I need to pursue. But both those guys in Isaiah. And Brandon and our third third senior Chris Myers. We have tremendous leadership this year. But I think you're right. Mitch I mean, is, as someone that has a amateur summer planned, he's, you know, top, I think you'll end up being top ten in the world golf ranking and has some plans to turn pro in the fall with the goal of making the Walker Cup this summer..
"david snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In Texas. Video posted to social media shows heavily damaged buildings and trees down mayor, Anthony Williams. There has been damage. We believe right now to run a hundred structures. The care in nursing home has been evacuated. He says shelters are being set up. Meanwhile damage was also reported in Arkansas, thousands are without power and flights were cancelled at the Dallas Fort Worth airport because of the storm, US officials and human rights groups, demanding a full investigation into the killing this week of a US citizen in Nicaragua as Maria Martin reports. Eddie Montus was arrested during anti-government protests and allegedly died at the hands of guards at a prison outside Managua one. This was forbidden. He got and raised in the US where he joined the navy. He later returned to state of land to study medicine and bought farmland to make us future there. He was arrested in October. During anti-government protests was jailed in low prison on Thursday. While the international Red Cross was visiting this died in a scuffle with guards. The government says they acted in self defense when this tried to take one of their guns seventeen other prisoners for reportedly wounded or tortured. The incident for NPR news. I'm money Martin in Australia. The pro-business ruling conservative coalition has prevailed in an election that prime minister Scott Morrison calls a'miracle as NPR's Julie McCarthy reports said indicated that the centre-left labour party was likely to win the labor party's leadership is under criticism for running would commentators called a campaign of class division. They say Australia's middle-class was worried about its jobs taxes in house prices. And rejected. Labor's drive for higher taxes for stronger social programs and its policies to combat climate change. Although more than sixty percent of voters identified climate change is the critical threat facing Australia voters in the country's mining regions appear to have rejected. Labor's green push the conservative ruling, coalition's victory was not resounding. However, it's poised to form a government that is barely majority. Julie McCarthy NPR news. War of will bounce back from a bumpy ride at the Kentucky Derby to win the Preakness stakes at Pimlico in Baltimore tonight, upsetting improbable that was the favorite horse to win the race. Today's race was filled with drama after bought express through his jockey. John Velazquez out of the starting gate and then finish the race without him technically, though, the horse, schizo did not finish. There was also chance of triple crowns, derby winner country house was pulled because his trainer said he had a cough. This is NPR from K Q, E news. I'm Jeremy Siegel, the controversy surrounding San Francisco. Police raid on journalist home and office is headed to court early next week, QB Sonia. Hudson reports officers raided Brian comedies home last Friday as part of an investigation into a leaked police report on the death of public defender, Jeff Adachi lawyer say the move likely violated state laws that protect your analyst from revealing their sources a group of first amendment advocates have filed a motion requesting. That the police application for the warrants be unsealed. David Snyder is executive director of the first amendment coalition documentary of public interest because so help to explain what happened here. How things went off the rails. Another motion filed by comedies attorney demands. Police return his belongings as chief William Scott has defended the raid and said his officers actions were legal. I'm Sonia Hansen eating in sports. The San Jose Sharks are trying to regroup after last night's two to one loss in Saint Louis in the NHL Western Conference finals, but there was some good news in San Jose sports today at the back post here comes across looking.
"david snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Scott Simon there now more than twice as many suicides homicides in the United States. Police officers are particularly effective. Lists Wales husband David was an LAPD officer. She recalls how we'd look at video from his body camera. And I remember looking at this man thinking, I don't know how you can do this and savvy after so much time. He couldn't what loved ones of police who have taken their lives have learned and later, the weekend politics, immigration and investigation, the history of a storied Hollywood hideaway and Cold War Cuban-American radio soaps and the story of agent, double-o nine, I our newscast Saturday may eighteen two thousand nineteen. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein, Iran's foreign minister, Javad, Zarif is dismissing the possibility of war despite escalating tensions with the US Washington is added sanctions on Iranian oil exports and increase the US military presence in the Persian Gulf, the BBC's Alan Johnston reports the Iranian Foreign Minister mister, zero said Tehran didn't want war with the US, and he suggested that the Americans were away that they couldn't take on Iran earlier, the retired US, general David portrays also played down the danger of conflict. He believes President Trump will heed warnings from his ministry, not to take action against Iran. Suggesting will they would be even harder than it was in Iraq for the general added it would be suicidal for Iran to attack the US and? His allies in the region. The BBC's Alan Johnston Austria's deputy chancellor and leader of a far right populist party is resigning. NPR Sylvia Pohjola reports, video has surfaced apparently showing him offering government contracts in exchange for campaign money, Heinz, Christians throb step down over what he called the catastrophic video. He said it was Dom. It was irresponsible. And it was a mistake, but insisted he did nothing illegal fighting back tears. He claimed it was targeted political assassination to German papers published extracts of a convert video in which Trump is purportedly offering government contracts to a Russian woman opposition parties are calling for snap elections, only a year and a half after Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz formed, go, Alicia with his conservative party and stock his hard right party. So if people Jolie, NPR news, former vice president and democratic presidential contender. Joe biden. Campaigns in Pennsylvania today, President Trump holds a rally in the state Monday Pennsylvania, isn't typically in early stop in primary campaigns. But NPR's Don gonyea reports Trump's narrow victory there in twenty sixteen has Democrats on notice. Here's the usual drill before a presidential election in Pennsylvania, by the time the state holds its primary, most other states have voted. But this time some Democrats are targeting Trump's base, Elizabeth Warren was in Philadelphia this past Monday, Beto Aurore caz, been through Joe Biden held his very first official campaign rally at a Pittsburgh Teamsters hall, and Bernie Sanders attended a town hall in Bethlehem and rallied supporters in Pittsburgh in April already pushing back against all of this is President Trump, his rally this coming Monday in the town of Montoursville will be his six in the state since his election. Don gonyea, NPR news. This is NPR from K Q, weedy news. I'm Tiffany, Cam, high Berkeley city. Officials issued a measles warning yesterday and is advising anyone who visited Berkeley bowl on may seventh to be on the lookout for symptoms. If they're not immunized on that day resident who contract the virus entered the store on Oregon street between three pm and five PM, the first stage of symptoms include runny, nose, red eyes, cough and fever. They usually show up seven to twenty one days after exposure measles is highly contagious, and cough or sneeze can linger in the air for up to an hour about ninety percent of people who are not immunized contract. The virus by inhalation San Francisco, judge is ordering state. Attorney general, Javier, Sarah, to start producing files on police shootings and misconduct cake. You Alex reports it's a major milestone under the state's new police transparency law. The attorney. General has taken a contradictory position on. Senate Bill fourteen twenty one which at the start of this year opened up long sealed records on police sexual assault dishonesty and serious. Use of force Sarah says office shouldn't have to provide records about local police or sheriffs. But acknowledges now that the court has directed him to release details on his agents KiKi Dee joined the San Rafael based first amendment coalition in a lawsuit against Sarah, executive director, David Snyder, the.
"david snyder" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm penny Nelson. A freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by the San Francisco police is threatening legal action against the department. If his belongings are not returned. And we now know judges who signed the warrants were aware of his job. According to a San Francisco supervisor police were investigating what they call and illegally leaked. Police report connected to the death of San Francisco public defender, Jeff dotty as QA dis Sonia Hudson reports journalists and first amendment advocates are sounding the alarm bell. San Francisco police officers raided Brian Carmody apartment and office on Friday with search warrants signed by state judges it was unlawful, and frankly pretty outrageous. That's David Snyder, executive director of the first amendment coalition. He says the raid violates a state law that bars law enforcement from using search warrants to obtain confidential sources, even if the source gave the journalists information that was. Obtained illegally both police and the judge who signed the warrants were aware of Carmody occupation. That's according to San Francisco. Supervisor Sandra fewer who says she spoke to the police chief Monday afternoon. Fewer says she believes the warrants were justified because as stringer Carmody sells video footage and information. I don't know that threshold of journalist because he doesn't really like reports. This isn't the first time something like this has happened in San Francisco in two thousand six freelancer Josh Wolff credentials as a journalist were questioned when he refused a federal subpoena Carmody was served with state warrants which worries wolf we have a lot more protections into the state contest, which actually makes me even more concerned that it's a state warrant in a statement. The SFP says the police report was illegally released, and they are committed to maintaining the public's trust by investigating the leak Adachi successor public defender, Manohar Rogers, says he's pleased police are investigating that. The report's release was wrong for the California report. I'm Sonia Hudson. And in other Legal News third. California court has found a connection between the weed killer roundup and cancer in Alameda County jury has awarded more than two billion dollars to an elderly couple who blames agribusiness giant Monsanto for their disease KiKi Dee science reporter, Molly Peterson has the story over more than thirty years Albert a Pilat and her husband battled weeds with a weapon, they sprayed everywhere. Round up the world's best known urbicide as we felt that it was incredibly safe to use. Now, the periods are both battling limb foam and experts. They've consulted say Roundup's active ingredient glyphosate may be to blame we wished that Monsanto had warned us ahead of time. And that there was something on the front of their label, but said danger may cause cancer Monsanto's parent company. Baird denies that. The weed killer is dangerous but jurors concluded that roundup carries a knowable risk. Risks to human health. They awarded the Pilate's fifty five million dollars in actual damages and another two billion dollars in punitive damages. Bayer calls that verdict excessive and unjustifiable experts say it's likely to be reduced but plaintiff's lawyer Brent Wizner says over thirteen thousand more lawsuits are looming. The writing is on the wall three juries have spoken. This was a statement. And I hope Monsanto's listening as with previous cases, the company says it will appeal for the California report I'm Molly Peterson. She ifting years. There's a runoff election today for the Los Angeles unified district five school board, though ninety percent of district five students are Latino both candidates in the race are white women. Jackie Goldberg, and Heather repenting rose to the top of the pool that included seven Latino hopefuls the winner, whoever it is will tip the demographics of the board to majority white for out of seven members will be Caucasian, the California report lily Jamali spoke with Kyle Stokes who covers education. For KPCC about the race. Tell me about district five L U S U district. Five is really weirdly shaped district that sort of has another northern half and a southern half. It kind of wraps around downtown, Los Angeles and south and east of downtown Los Angeles, it's mostly Latino working class to low income areas where the schools are almost entirely made up of non white students nine and ten students in the south art Latino on the northern half of the district, though is a much more, you know, gentrified or gentrifying areas sort of Tony neighborhoods like Los villas in eagle rock and silver. Like, if you're familiar with LA, you know, that those areas are much whiter than the city as a whole and that northern half is where most of the turn out in these races tends to come from even though this oddly shaped district was drawn this way in order to give nominally Latino candidate a better chance of winning. In a majority Latino district. I think a lot of people listening in the state are aware that Los Angeles unified teachers went on strike earlier this year, and there are questions about the financial ability to deliver on the promises made their charter schools have been a big part of that conversation and a big part of the conflict. How do they figure into the way that this seat? This race has played out. I think it's important to recognize the charter schools are part of the racial dynamics here as well. I think there are members of the community, including some Latino members of the district ride community who have looked at the candidate field and say that they don't really care as much about the race of the person who's running rather in favor of they are much more concerned about whether that candidate supports our poses charter schools and right now in Los Angeles. There's definitely a popular swell of opinion in favor of the teachers' union. All right. Thank you so much. You're welcome. That was the California report lily Jamali talking.
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"Story that involves the death last February of San Francisco public defender Jeff Adachi on Friday morning, ten San Francisco police officers and at least two federal agents used as fledge hammer to raid the home of Brian comedy, the freelance journalists who publish details about a death comedy is vowing to protect his sources free speech advocates call the rate outrageous and possibly politically motivated and in this segment. We'll find out what happened or at least try to find out what happened in the constitutional questions issue. Joining us Katy Hudson. Good morning Sonia. Good morning, Mike and Ted Gobert. Ted morning. Hi. So so let's begin with you. Where are we with this put us up to date? So we know so far is that on Friday morning Carmody is apartment and office were raided by San Francisco police who they had a search warrant for both of them. They. Confiscated, you know, several computer several cell phones. Several flash drives a couple of cameras. Basically, what comedy has said everything he needs to run his business as a freelance journalist, they kinda came to his security gate with with literal sledgehammers, he posted some photos on his Twitter feed, and they tried to knock on his door Carmody came out. And he said, you know, hey, wait, like all open the door for you. If you have a search warrant, please don't damage my property. They came in search his apartment with their guns. Hell again, all this information is is comedies account that he that he told me over the weekend beginning an opposite counter narrative from the police they have not said a lot about this. They just kind of gave us a couple of statements over the weekend. That were statements of fact, you know, saying this is a part of our investigation into what they call the illegally released. Police report connected to death and there are committed to. Investigating this. And that's that's basically all they've said, I've sent them several follow up questions, but they're still referring to that. Pretty basic statement. There's a big historical context of the government and police were not exactly friendly or inclined toward Jeff Adachi. No, that's true. And actually the historical context Sonya, and I have been discussing this morning is this is not the first time. The San Francisco police department has been in terms advocates would describe overly aggressive against journalists in San Francisco, you may remember more than a decade ago. There was journalist by the name of Joshua wolf. He was also a freelance in this case video blogger he took a video of a protests that got out of hand in San Francisco's mission district he'd sold some of that video to local TV stations, the San Francisco police department also federal authorities wanted the the raw footage of that particular incident, and he did not give that to them. And he ended up going through a long legal saga that put him in federal prison for a. A very long time. I remember he was here on the foreign program. In fact. Yeah, indeed and the constitutional questions here. You know, it's interesting, I'm not an expert on California's shield law. But I know that this is the very issue that advocates like the society of professional journalists and the first amendment advocates that I know Sonya has spoken to they are wanting to look into whether or not the raid at Brian Carmody is home and office violated a state law, and they're doing it. I assume aren't they? Yeah. Carmody has I lawyer that's representing him. He's you know, I in talks with the police about this. And also all the advocates, and I lawyers that I've talked to have said this is a really clear violation of the California shield law, which is is different from federal law, essentially, what the California shield law does as it's been explained to me is it it it does not allow police or prosecutors to compel to compel journalists to give up their confidential sources, even if that source gave the journalists information that was obtained illegally which police say was the case here, we have David Snyder whose California first amendment coalition and David join us welcome to the program. Beer, tell us what's going on from your perspective in this. Well, california. Why is could not be more clear that we are not allowed to use search warrant to get the police here, we're trying to get and so unless there's some other shoe to drop some detailed. We don't know was pretty plainly lawful. Search the reason that California law prohibits search Royce here is because they are executed without any notice. So the subject of search warrant has the opportunity to contest it if the police wanted to get the information there after they could use the subpoena, which provides for notice provides her opportunity for that. You're listening to court explain why are titled jets records they want. They decided not to do that here in the process by California law. And what is comedy thing about this? Have you talked to him? I talked to him. He called me fry not long after he released by police back can't really speak for him. But he was aware as he should have been as what happened wrong faith, all digital bystander stand and a whole raft is other materials and again doing so they violated California law really chilling message journalist, I've just San Francisco California that all around the country. I mean, this kind of thing you expect it a terrier shape. Francisco. What about the location since he's a freelancer here? How do you see that? It doesn't matter the laws clear that tree Lancers are protected under California shield law. So it, you know, the fact that he doesn't pull a salary rap, and he's organization is relevant. He he's a journalist back journalists and the police were looking for information that hip pained as as working journalists Snyder California first amendment coalition, David thank you for joining us. I'm gonna invite listeners to join us. Also, get a response from our to reporters in studio to the statement that was put up by the F PD on this. But I let me give you the number. If you would like to join us, you can if you have questions or concerns that you'd like to express or anything about what we are now discussing you are welcome to be part of the program and the toll free number to be part of the program is.
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"But we don't want to tell people what to think I news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbs. The Trump administration is adding tariffs to another three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. After the latest round of trade talks with China ended Friday with no agreement in sight is the latest esscalation and the ongoing trade battle Friday. The Trump administration boosted import taxes on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten to twenty five percent NPR. Scott Horsely has more. The president as if it's China that's getting the Bill for his tariffs. But there are numerous studies saying the cost is being born by US, consumers and businesses, and he certainly hurting US exports. You talk about the farmers now. The president's talking about using tariff revenue to offer relief to those hurting farmers. So just to be clear. President Trump is talking about taxing American consumers to buy produce from American farmers that those farmers can't sell to China because of retaliation for the president's tariffs. NPR's Scott Horsely, China is promising to retaliate house. Democrats are increasing the pressure on the White House to release President Trump's personal and business tax returns. And fierce Kelsey Snell reports the committee has issued a subpoena for six years of Trump's tax information. After treasury department secretary Steve Mnuchin failed to comply with previous requests House Ways. And means committee chairman Richard Neal sent the subpoenas to Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Radic Mnuchin. Says the department of Justice advised him the requests lacks legitimate legislative purpose, but Democrats site statutes that require the treasury department to turn over any tax returns requested by ways and means including those of the president NPR's. Kelsey Snell reporting Yemen's who the rebels are withdrawing forces from keep ports in the city of data. The group says the pelote is a result of a u n brokered peace agreement aimed at ending the country's four year long. Civil war NPR's limo. Alario has more the UN's redeployment coordination committee said the troop redeployment was the first practical step on the ground under the pact. This marks the first major breakthrough in peace efforts to end a war that has killed tens of thousands of people and brought Yemen to the brink of feminine the UN mission says it will monitor the redeployment which is expected to take place over the next four days, which is expected to take place over the next four days under the agreements pro government forces are expected to leave position. Around the outskirts of holiday the but the UN statement did not mention a similar move by pro-government forces who are backed by Saudi UAE led military coalition lemon and Pierre news in Cuba. LGBT rights activists using social media staged an unauthorized March against homophobia done several blocks. One of Havana's main roads before being stopped by police. The highly unusual March was the second by non-governmental organisation in the country a little more than a month. You're listening to NPR news from K Q E D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. San francisco. Police say their raid yesterday on a freelance journalist home was part of an investigation into potential obstruction of Justice and legal distribution of confidential police material the journalist Brian Carmody had obtained a copy of a police report connected to public defender. Jeff Adachi is death and sold it to several news outlets. Kennedy sonia. Hudson reports, California Superior Court Judge Victor Wong. Granted the. Search warrant that led to the raid on comedies home in office. Although federal authorities were present while the warrant was executed. It was unlawful, and frankly pretty outrageous. That's David Snyder, executive director of the first amendment coalition. He says the raid violates a state law that protects journalists from being compelled to give up confidential sources, even if the source gave the journalist information that was obtained illegally so somewhere along the line. The judge was not made aware that Carmody is a journalist or he decided to disregard that I hold an SFP press credential is not news to them that I am a journalist that's comedy. He says he was detained for five and a half hours on Friday while police seized several cell phones. Computers and flash drives. In a statement. A San Francisco police department spokesperson said the police report was illegally released and they're committed to maintain the public's trust by investigating the leak public defender. Manohar Rogers said in the statement, he's pleased police are investigating. And that the report's release was wrong. I'm sonia. Hotson cake..
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"Protesters swarmed outside the courthouse says manafort's attorneys Kevin downing tried to make the outcome of the sentencing hearing about something other than his client's actions. Judge jackson. Conceded that there was absolutely no evidence of any Russian collusion in this case. In fact, judge Amy Berman Jackson said quote this sentence will not be an endorsement or an indictment of the mission or tactics of the office of the special counsel Jackson sentence Manafort to roughly in total an additional three years for the two counts of conspiracy on top of the nearly four year prison term Manafort received in a separate case last week Windsor, Johnston NPR news, Washington, just minutes after Manafort was sentence. He was hit with a new indictment in New York on residential mortgage fraud and other state charges candidate is now joining several other countries in grounding, Boeing, seven thirty seven max eight and nine planes after the aircraft was involved in two deadly crashes one in Indonesia, five months ago and another Neath Opio last weekend countries in Europe and Asia, also grounding the planes while investigators try to determine if the grass. Could be linked to some sort of defect in the aircraft. US? Aviation regulators say they have no plans to park the Boeing max aids unless they get data that convinces them the planes are unsafe full house. Actress Laurie Laughlin is now in FBI custody. NPR's mandalit del Barco reports. Loughlin was among dozens of people implicated in college admissions fraud scandal Laughlin is set to appear in court in Los Angeles this afternoon she was in Vancouver yesterday when her husband was arrested along with the others. He's out in a million dollar bail. Laughlin was indicted for paying five hundred thousand dollars to get her two daughters into USC. The FBI says the girls were falsely labelled as rowers being recruited onto the crew team. A group of prominent scientists and bioethicists is calling for a global moratorium on the creation of anymore. Gene, edited babies, here's NPR's, rob Stein. Eighteen scientists and bioethicists from sovereign countries. Say a worldwide moratorium on making gene, edited babies is urgent. Needed to prevent any more. Scientists from going rogue like a scientists in China did last year in the journal nature. The group says every nation that doesn't already prohibit gene editing babies should impose a moratorium for perhaps five years. That's NPR's rob Stein reporting at last check on Wall Street, the Dow was up two hundred three points at twenty five thousand seven hundred fifty eight this is NPR from K Q E D news, I'm Brian watt. San Francisco has a new fire chief mayor London breed announced this morning that deputy chief Jimmy Nicholson will run the fire department one of the largest public safety agencies in the bay area Nicholson takes over from JoAnne. Hayes white the first woman to be the city's fire chief she is a twenty five year veteran of the department who currently serves as deputy chief of administration Nicholson becomes the first openly gay chief of the agency yet another California appeals court has ruled that a landmark transparency law. Applies to officer misconduct and shooting records that predate this year K Q E D sukey Lewis reports. It's the latest blow to police union. Your arguments trying to keep the records sealed the appellate court declined to hear the case writing and its summary order that the unions contention that Senate Bill fourteen twenty one doesn't open up past records is without merit. David Snyder of the San Rafael based first amendment coalition says this is just the latest in a string of judicial rulings rejecting those arguments is getting very narrow the engines to find the court will agree with this ruling also means that as of next week police and sheriff's departments in contra Costa county will no longer be prevented from releasing documents on deadly use of force dishonesty and sexual assault by officers cake joined the case seeking access to those records..
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"Thirty-seven max eight or being sent to Europe for analysis at the same time, more, countries and airlines are grounding the plane as a safety precaution NPR's. Peter Kenyon says Turkey is suspending Boeing, Maxine and max nine aircraft Turkey state run news agency reported the suspension of all max eight and max nine flights the Turkish transport ministry calls it a precautionary measure. Turkish Airlines says all twelve of its max eight and max nine aircraft will be withdrawn from commercial flights until further notice. The FAA is not doing the same in the US saying there's no evidence to support the move the crash in Ethiopia killed all one hundred fifty seven people aboard the pilot reported problems with the flight controls minutes after taking off from Mata SABA. The crash came less than five months after a lion Air Boeing seven thirty-seven max say crashed in Indonesia killing. All one hundred eighty nine aboard. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is in court this morning in Washington. He's facing up to ten years in prison after pleading guilty to a pair of conspiracy counts related to illegal lobbying last week Manafort received nearly four years in prison in a separate case in Virginia. The check on the US economy shows construction spending rose in January by one point three percent. This is NPR news from news, I'm Brian watt. The head of the Silicon Valley hedge fund tied to a massive college bribery scandal is stepping down men. Well, in Rica's who was also the top executive of investment giant pimco until two thousand sixteen will be replaced as CEO and chairman of Hercules capital in Palo Alto. In Rica's was arrested in New York and released on five hundred thousand dollars bail yesterday. Fifty people were charged in the scheme in which wealthy parents, allegedly bribed, college coaches and other. Insiders to get their children into some of the nation's most selective. Schools yet. Another California appeals court has ruled that a landmark transparency law applies to officer misconduct in shooting records that predate this year sukey Lewis reports it's the latest blow to police union arguments. Trying to keep records sealed the appellate court declined to hear the case writing and its summary order that the unions contention that Senate Bill fourteen twenty one doesn't open up past records is without merit. David Snyder of the San Rafael based first amendment coalition says this is just the latest in a string of judicial rulings. Rejecting those arguments passes getting very narrow engines to find the court will agree with this ruling also means that as of next week police and sheriff's departments in contra Costa county will no longer be prevented from releasing documents on deadly use of force dishonesty and sexual assault by officers. Joined the case seeking access to those records. I'm sukey Lewis kick tweedy news, more at news dot org. I'm Brian watt. Support comes from tonight lodge full service resort offering tours of Yosemite waterfalls tonight, lodge dot com. Just ahead on morning edition. California's governor Newsome is imposing a moratorium on the death penalty withdrawing the state's protocols for lethal injection, Scott Shafer, we'll have more in just a moment. And then as we continue our coverage of this throughout the day. We'll have the latest coming up on forum at nine o'clock and at eleven o'clock this morning, we'll bring you a special statewide broadcast.
"david snyder" Discussed on KCRW
"One. I'm Eric Roy with KCRW headlines. The son of the CEO of a medical laboratory was charged with killing his parents and a housekeeper in their home in a gated community in Newport Beach, the Orange County district attorney's offices Twenty-seven-year-old Camden Nicholson was charged with three counts of murder and other crimes Nicholson was due to be arraigned sometime today in the jail courtroom in Santa Ana the victims have been identified by OC. Sheriff's investigators have sixty four year old Richard Nicholson, sixty one year old Kim Nicholson and fifty seven old Maria moors of Anaheim, Mr Nicholson was the CEO of the Irvine based west Pacific, medical laboratory, California, attorney general have you are suing the Trump administration over today's declaration of a state of emergency on the US Mexico. Border of free speech group is suing the attorney general for refusing to release. Police records has called for under a new police transparency law the northern California based first amendment coalition is trying to force him to release records pertaining to dishonesty misconduct shootings involving sworn agents. The State Department of Justice coalition executive director, David Snyder says the attorney general doesn't have a choice under the law called Senate Bill fourteen twenty one by Senator says the law does not cover police records from before this year. Snyder disagrees argument that there is set forth in the law is I think it'd be Canada stretch and having the unfortunate effect of delaying access. It should be prompted should have already happened the union that represents rank and file Los Angeles. Police officers has won a court order temporarily blocking the release of LAPD records dating back before January first San Bernardino county sheriff's deputies got a similar court order and an off-duty Los Angeles. Police officer was severely beaten during an attempted robbery on skid row that entity gunfire around three thirty AM yesterday. An LAPD statement says it occurred around six hundred in San Juan street near the entrance to the midnight mission the off duty detective and the suspect were taken to the hospital both in critical condition. The LAPD has not identified the detective nor have investigators explained what that up to the violence. Since it's one thirty three more press plays on the way KCRW..
"david snyder" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Do the same at issue with a new law SP, fourteen twenty one that opens up certain police records to public records act requests police unions challenged philosophy saying it should not be applied retroactively to records of past police misconduct are USA force. But should only affect new records superior court. Judge. Charles tweet disagreed denying a request for a court order to block the release of records under the new law. Instead, he put a ten day hold on release records in order to give time for police unions to appeal his ruling Kathleen as a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties union of northern California and intervene in the lawsuit was a historic change in an police transparency and an opening up these records for the first time families are going to have answers about the quality of the investigation that police are doing into the police officers who kill members of of our community, and they're going to have. And chance to find out about sustained findings of misconduct. So it's a really important law, and we're happy we're having today for the ruling, which we believe was the right view. Right right, rolling in view of the law. Judge tweets ruling marks the first time a judge has ruled on the new law, but there are more than a dozen other lawsuits on the issue in other courts, mainly in southern California judge tree thrilling is likely to be appealed perhaps ultimately to the California Supreme Court. So in a broader sense, it's not over yet. David Snyder is director of the first amendment coalition and intervene in the case. The judge reach the right legal answer, which is that SP.
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"Is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dale Willman. The federal government is now on the eleventh day of a partial shutdown NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports that President Trump and congressional Democrats appear no closer to resolving their dispute over funding for a southern border wall House Democrats still refused to approve Trump's five billion dollar demand for a border wall with Mexico, the central sticking point in budget negotiations. Speaking on Fox News business on Monday. Trump said he's waiting to make a deal with Democrats. I'm ready willing and able I'm in the White House. I'm ready to go. They can come over right now. They could've come over. Anytime. I spend Christmas in the White House. I spent New Year's Eve now in the White House. And you know, I'm here house. Democrats are expected to kick off the new congress by introducing a legislative package that would reopen the government. But there's no guarantee the Bill will pass the Senate or that President Trump will sign it. Windsor johnston. NPR news, Washington. One union representing federal workers. Meanwhile, is suing the government saying the work stoppage breaks, the fair labor standards act, a new California law taking effect today allows the public to access police records in of use of force cases capital public radio's needing by reports. California has long been known for being secretive when it comes to investigations and police use of force cases. Now, David Snyder with the first amendment coalition says the new law will allow the public to hold police departments accountable when officers are involved in wrongdoing public exposure and public scrutiny of those few bad apples. I think will result in better policing or more fair policing, and therefore I think ultimately will benefit law enforcement, generally, the new California law also allows public access to sustained investigations into on the job dishonesty or sexual assault. For NPR news. I'm needing to buy in Sacramento. A Panamanian car carrier. Heading from Japan to Hawaii caught fire on New Year's Eve US Coast Guard Petty officer, Matthew west says some crew members abandoned ship. The crew members have been rescued by good Samaritans for commercial vessels on two of the crew. Members are reported as being in the water and unresponsive, and there are three crew members who are on accounted for the fire was reported overnight and rescue operations are continuing vacation is hoping to start the new year and some of the country's most popular national parks may be disappointed this year with a portion of the federal government shutdown. Many parks are operating with small staffs in some now are closing portions of the parks to visitors at Yosemite national park in California. Some campgrounds are being shuttered at Rocky Mountain national park in Colorado officials are closing some restrooms and locking up trash bins because staff is not available to service them in Yellowstone National Park. Meanwhile, private contractors who operate winter services such as tours are now also removing trash and replacing toilet paper. This is N P. News. Nasa. Scientists are waiting for a spacecraft in the outer solar system to phone home. After flying past a space rock some four billion miles from earth. K Q E DS Daniel Potter has more on the NASA probe known as new horizons. New horizons was set to fly past the space rock just after midnight on the east coast, but it will be well into New Year's day before an initial report from the fly by reaches earth. Principal investigator Allen stern says while it's more challenging than when the spacecraft flew past Pluto in two thousand fifteen the team is confident, but I'd be kidney. If I didn't tell you that we're also, you know, on pins and needles to see how this turns out, we only get one shot at it. Nothing like this has ever been done before and with any enterprise like this. There comes risk. Scientists say they hope to get the first up close photos back shortly, but down linking the full results will take months because the probe transmits at the speed of a dialup modem for NPR news. I'm Dino Potter. He was once mocked by other lawmakers for his far right positions. Bizarre. Bolsonaro takes office as Brazil's new president today. The former army captain and longtime congressman rose to power on an anti-corruption and pro gun agenda his platform energize the country's conservative voters. Bolsonaro is the latest of several far right leaders from around the world who have come to power on promises to end the status quo. It was a dismal year for stocks in the US despite a positive day on Monday, two thousand eighteen was the worst showing for Wall Street in a decade markets set a number of positive records earlier in the year, but major US index fell sharply in October the SMP ended down Lear down by more than six percent. I Dale Willman NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..
"david snyder" Discussed on College Football Live
"College football is presented by shape recruiter. Smartest way to hire. And in part by Joe's Tito's for every kind of fan. We're back on college football live and after twenty seven seasons in two different stints at Kansas. State Bill Snyder is stepping down as head coach he recorded nine seasons with at least ten wins including four straight from ninety seven to two thousand all other Kansas state coaches combined for just one such St. season. So as we welcome you back, Greg McElroy, David Pollock the results speak for themselves here guys when you think about David Snyder, we'll start with you. What comes to mind, excuse me? Bill Snyder whose David snow. Confused a lot. We look very similar. Twins. Look at the just look at the graphic, please in all seriousness. And listen, that's one of the greatest coaches of all time. And I know everybody wants to go championships. And you want to talk about that stuff. You don't win championships at Kansas state. What he did at Kansas state at how he improve Kansas state. Not once he retires the place goes back to be in the mess comes back and fixes it. Again, he was one play in ninety eight away from playing for a national title at Kansas state at opportunities Greg to go elsewhere. And if he didn't went to LSU like Nick Sabin from Michigan state. He would have won national championships. He was the pit ame- of discipline. These teams were always wanna at least penalize teams in the country. Always played great special teams, always made you earn everything you get. I mean, he was he's literally I know he's not going to go down in history as one of the best ever. But I honestly think he's one of the best coaches ever coach. He's a great coach very few have done as much as he's done with less than what I appreciate most about Bill. Snyder is his willingness to do things differently like taking a job at Kansas state. Where it's very remote location. There's very little in-state talent. He had to figure out a way you said. All right. I'm gonna go try to get transfer player on the go hit Jacoby. I'm gonna I'm gonna bring them from within develop them. I'm to maybe identify a guy that's being recruited as a corner by the big schools. I'm gonna put them at quarterback like he has done a really good job of doing things differently. That coupled with the values that he instilled in every single one of his players just remarkable. So he leaves a legacy that is rivaling some of the best of this generation, and for many generations before it, so many great things have you said about Bill Snyder one of my favorite things about him. Is that when you're on the field with him as a sideline reporter for his game? He will never stop for the interview. So you must keep up with him. And there have been times when I'm done with. I had been in a full sprint trying to keep up with him. He is always full of so much energy in life..
"david snyder" Discussed on How I Built This
"With no help clear all the stuff that they wanted removed i woulda just go into their attic basement wherever the junk was in the garage and haul it away but i realize there's a lot of things like refrigerators and deep freezers that were too heavy for just myself scale i needed employees and i recruited my best friend david snyder meant he became to connected to the junk coming we're still best friends today but it was pretty funny because he would just look through the junk ankle look at this check this out of the history behind this he would keep things and i'm like this is not gonna work out we need to work here so how did you figure out what you do with chunk like because you have to pay fema seeming to like a a dump silec a landfill site where did you would you find that those places i called up the city the municipalities and they said where do i take a load of junk of i've got some and they gave me the addresses of all the different places and i tried them all out some were closer than others some were cheaper but farther away experimented a bit but was pretty easy stuff i mean it really was the business of pickup someone's junk see the smile on their face take their stuff off to the dump or to be recycled and repeat so simple how how take before you actually you know you paid off the track the cost of the trough so within two weeks i admit enough money that had paid for the business adjusted my prices quickly i worked hard and i made seventeen hundred dollars can net profit that summer this is 1989 roughly 1989 all i remember was that seventeen hundred dollars was enough to pay for my school and some leftover hot and i would do this every summer until i finally had the bold decision to drop out i was learning much more running the business on the streets versus studying in school and i remember sitting down with my father who's liver transplant surgeon.
"david snyder" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"We're grateful to receive from the fast a including best video show and the best social media which adds all out you so we'll let you know what happens once again get back i have i've i've hit the ground i lobbied i pushed hard for handsomeness sports analysts for that category to be involved in fsc a what but i was shut down due to i really appreciate fear of me just sweeping the awards for years yeah you know the dow i i thought you were getting my back on that do you think i'm just throws at do you think that if that category were to exists it would just be the three of us battling it out i don't know i'm wearing a john denver cap right how i'm not looking too good man of the pie didn't take a shower today hi i'm just here it's not a high war let's be honest listen truth eva's harmon woods oh when the downward v v handsome he's the dapper wrist analysts prayer quite possibly what our here's could question what player situation are you most interested in monitoring this offseason for fantasy football purposes this comes in off of twitter who from david snyder who are you most interested in following this offseason when it comes to it can be whatever free agency draft though many this is i will say this based on seeing what is in the show duck this is the year of the quarterback because we've never had the opportunity to watch free agent quarterbacks data they just don't ever matter because they don't exist and this year it was ironic i put kirk cousins down and then anti joker cousins and now we've seemingly both change our answer even though he's probably gonna be that first domino the drop that the biggest name i am actually more fascinated with the try factor of three free agent quarterbacks from the minnesota vikings i want to see how that plays out.
"david snyder" Discussed on IoT inc
"Lightweight manages an exacts don't understand it heavyweight managers in exects do and this episode the guests didn't really know blockchain's tech while enough and that's my fault my fault because one of my main responsibilities here's the proper yvette my guess so your time with me as well spent there's still value here but not as much as one i think i generally deliver i'm not sure if that's a good or a horrible transition into my next topic my upcoming iot certification program either way i can assure you that the entire program that's broken into three courses tech business and strategy is dense and without any floss it takes everything i've learned in iot and packages it online so you can learn at your own pace within your own busy schedule i've got a good group started but i'm still looking for another ten or twenty b2 students to go through the program to provide me feedback before open it up to everyone else if you're willing to participate in exchange for a greatly reduced price contact me a bruce at i ot dash inc dot com or just go do i t e dot com or bruce sinclair dot net and contact me with the contact me form that seems to be the way that most people are doing and with that i give you more block training iot with david schneider with me today on it shows david snyder as president of the consulting company 42 tack really helps organizations develop and implement new technologies his experience including with apple google kaiser pay powell yahoo third ups david is investigating methods for using block teen technology to ensure data quality and security for it devices including remote patient monitors and environmental sensors david welcome to the show hello lately what were you working on just before we start talking.