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"J. R S Kevin Dietz. We're going to get back to your calls at 1 805 90957. But first here is WJR senior news analyst Chris Randwick kind of hot story people are talking about, and that is the Michigan school district that has reprimanded an employee who cut a girl's hair at school without her family's permission. Chris. Welcome back. Hey, Thanks, Kev. Yeah, you got that right. The Mount Pleasant Public Schools Board of Education, says the representing three employees after a little girl's hair was cut by her elementary school without her parents' knowledge or consent. Back in April. Jimmy Hoffmeyer told the AP that his seven year old daughter journey came home after school and they would Much of the hair on one side of her head cut off journey, said classmates of hers. Cut it off on the bus. So Hoffmeyer took journey to a salon and got her hair cut in a way that made the length difference less noticeable. But just a couple of days later journey came home with more of her hair cut off by a teacher in an effort to you know, quote unquote even and out Now, journey is biracial. The border education says they're independent investigation found no racial bias and interviews included. With district personnel, students and families. They also say they reviewed photos and videos, including posts on social media. The district administrators also performed an internal review of the incident as well. Jimmy Hoffmeyer says neither he or his daughter were ever included in that investigation. Now, in addition to the teacher who cut Juries, hair to other employees have been put under a last chance of granite, which Means any future violations will likely result in the termination of their employment. The other employees say they the excuse me. The other two employees in this case say they knew about the incident. They did not alert their superiors and all three involved have now apologized. So did so did journey go home after the first half of her hair was cut on the bus. Yes. So the first so she was on her way home student. One of her classmates cut it off on the bus, So she got home and had most of her hair missing on one side of her head. So that's when her dad took her to the salon. They got it cut in a way, where the the length wasn't quite as noticeable. But then a couple days later, she came back home. From school one day and her much of her hair was cut off on the other side to even it out, and that was done by the teacher. So the board of Education said there was no malicious intent here that it was they were trying to. Help this little girl out. But at the end of the day, the parents didn't know about it. There was no effort made to inform them that they were going to cut their hair. There was no consent given to cut the little girl's hair. And so that violated the school's one of their you know policies basically in the school district, and so, uh, that's why these three words some hot water. Yeah. So I can't imagine a teacher pup pulling out scissors and cutting someone's hair without without calling the parents. I mean, even if someone got bubble gum caught in part of their hair these days, you think you would just, you know, immediately, Uh, call home and see how the parents wanted handled. But it is interesting that the you know that the dad had tried to fix the problem. And somehow the teacher must have thought that it wasn't addressed. And I don't have any idea what journey had to say about this at school the next day, But, you know, for, you know, for the teacher to To sit her down and cut the other side of the hair. Um, you know, uh, you know, like you said, they're trying to help, but I'm just surprised that that happened at all. Well, and you feel for the little girl as well. I mean, obviously, this is just a terrible situation that she's had to go through. I mean, she's seven years old. She doesn't know what's going on. And so it's unfortunate. You know, you get into a situation with some of your peers or something happened. That shouldn't have happened. Where one of her classmates cuts the hairs off but cut her hair off. But then at the other end, it's like the the teacher really should know. And you mentioned it. You used a key term there nowadays. Maybe before were it was, you know, many years ago, it would have been okay to just, you know, take care of it if that was the case, but it's just there's you're the teacher. You gotta stick to teaching the kids and and let everything else happened at home. And unless something happened in school like bright you mentioned, you know you get gum stuck in your hair or whatever. Um, I would still imagine a phone call would be made to the parents to say, Hey, we got some bubble issues stuck in your kid's hair. What do you want us to do about it? Um, I don't see how this would be any different, so it doesn't sound like there was malicious intent. But there certainly was not handled properly. Yeah, And there seems to be a little more needs to be found out What happened on the bus and why the kids have scissors and why they're doing cutting hair on the bus should be addressed as well. In all this investigation, the the last chance it's kind of like, double secret probation, I guess. Uh, but but at least the issue was addressed. The family seems okay about it. Yeah, I think Jimmy Hoffmeyer, The little girl's father was upset that After the conclusion of the investigation come to find out he wasn't involved. He wasn't involved. His daughter wasn't involved. There was no discussion or or or questions asked of them to to glean some information from it, So he was a little upset that He wasn't involved in the investigation. But again, the board of Invest the the Board of Education says they had an independent investigation, and then they conducted an internal investigation as well. Alright, We appreciate the update. Chris Randwick senior news analyst WJR. Thanks for checking in.
"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Here's Kevin Dietz. When you think of the Betsy River, you probably think about fishing or boating or maybe hiking. The first thing that doesn't come to your mind is probably making whiskey, but that's what they're doing up there and the best of the river. Joining us now is Richard Anderson of Iron Fish Distillery. Richard. Welcome. Hey, thank you. Thank you very much. How How did you land in this business in this location? Well, you know this, Um we're on 100 and 20 Acre farm that is on the bed to River watershed. And as you mentioned, it's actually one of Michigan's premier natural watersheds. It's protected by Michigan law, and this 120 acre farm was abandoned for over 10 years. Her brother in law bought it without any idea of what to do with it. And then an unrelated decision by my wife to, uh, send us on a trip to Isla Scotland. And she said, You just got to get over your whiskey obsession. So why don't you just go over there and enjoy yourself and my brother in law, and I went over there and found off Found ourselves walking around having a dream of whiskey and a farm distillery on the island of Isla and I turned to my brother in law, and I said, David, this is what we need to do Other retirement. We need to go back to Michigan and turn that abandoned firm into a distillery. And I was actually just joking, and, uh and David turned to me and said That is a fantastic idea. And that's how it started in 2013. We opened in 2016 and haven't looked back. Yeah, I think it's amazing that your wife would send you over to the British Isles to get rid of your whiskey. Obsession. How did that work out? No. You brought it home. We're still married. So tell us about the Place that's about iron fish. Well, you know, it's come quite a ways from the very initial opening. When the first three days on Liberty weekend we opened, um and had to close because we ran out of vodka. And so we thought, Okay, maybe this is going to be a good idea. Um today, if you if you come to iron fish, and and actually we're better for all of the lessons that we learned through the pandemic. We were able and lucky enough to take advantage of our large outdoor operations and Space and so When you come to our farm. First of all trust Google maps. Um it's not leading you in the wrong um, direction you will get there. Eventually. We're down a dirt road just just a couple miles away from Cristal Resort Crystal Mountain. But it's 120 acre farm and you'll notice that 80 of the acres are fully firmed with wheat and rye that will be in whiskeys and 2025 2026. We have a wood fired oven food trucks music. We just had a local woman who won the Iowa poetry prize that are reading in our barn. We have weddings. It's a true And destination for whiskey, gin and vodka lovers. I would have thought people would get lost leaving your place more than getting there, right. They seem to come. They seem to get back home. And they seem to be buying iron fish at their grocery store liquor stores, So we know they're okay. So when someone comes to your place, what what? What is their experience? Like? Well, you know, First of all, we pride ourselves on being not only family friendly, but also dog friendly. Take advantage again of our complete outdoor operations. We have outdoor games. We have a 1.5 acre vineyard. We have 30 beehives that we take kids down to to check out the beehives. Will do honey and maple syrup tasting for families that we see on the out in the yard area. We do tours. On our website. You can actually sign up for a detailed tour, which includes, um, tasting of our spirits, and you can learn especially if you have any kids that are going through 7th, 8th 9th or high school chemistry. This is a perfect time to actually, um, uh, bring a little education into your vacation experience with your kids and again. All ages are welcome. We've got to get Kevin to a beehive. That's I'm telling you. Have you ever been around one? I had the most amazing experience. I mean, number one. How the bees really are busy. And work and it's amazing to watch them and, you know, then you sit around and You a few of them fly out of the hive. And, you know, one might land between your eyes and sticking on the forehead. Do they got a full suit? Big enough for you to get in there and, uh, work over the so you know, we take some of that, honey. And of course, we're putting everything in barrels, but we take honey and barrel agent. Um, And and then that that that actually takes a little sweetness out of the honey and then we add that honey to a little of the rum that we, um make it here at the distillery. But you said they're working hard. Actually, I'm told that only the female bees are working hard. Uh, it's typical not argue it. So does this region, Uh, make your products different than other regions or Well, you know, you know, First of all, let's let's talk about the fact that we're one of about 40 Craft distilleries in Michigan Craft distilleries in Michigan are completely changing the script on Helping folks discover that the highest quality spirits can be purchased locally. Um and you can go from global to local and not only support your craft distillery. You're supporting area farms and area farms and actually for, uh, making whiskey or vodka is very grain intensive Takes about £2.5. 500 bottles for an acre of grain like white, rye or or whiskey. So you know, as as craft spirits grow in market share, they we We will be really leaning on rural Michigan for for for grain, and it's going to help transform, um, agriculture in Michigan. Just like Our industries before us, like craft, beer and wine. So we're super excited to be part of that and part of cluster of distilleries up in this region. If you could see us right now we're sitting at table with enough booze to forget all of us. Well, well into our day. Tell us about some of the products you brought in by the special. Um and and for the regulator purposes. They're all sealed there also, I I know they're listening in this battle in front of me will not be open on the drive home. All right. I promise. I'm watching Frank over here is drilling over old. So, Yeah, we're you know, um Uh, craft craft. The real sort of art of craft is making the spirit from scratch right? And so we wanted to do that from growing the grain and where Michigan's first farm distillery, actually, we think in the great Lakes that is growing grain and doing everything from scratch, but Um, whiskeys and age spirits take time. And so, um, we originally source of whiskey and barrel, finished it and are really famous and well known Maple Bourbons and other barrel finishes are out there for everyone to enjoy, and that's allowed us to wait too. Age our spirit longer and so we are super excited to, I think is the first time we really announced it anywhere and and brought bottles out. We are announcing a full lineup of a state spirits grown from grain on our property. And this was growing This. These spirits were made from grain grown in 2015 and will be released on our farm come up and visit us last weekend in August and then a big fifth year celebration Labor Day weekend. All right. And come up, Take a tour. Check it out. Iron fish distilleries. Learn a little bit about be having chemistry, agriculture and booze. Not bad. All right. Richard Anderson, co founder of Iron Fish Distillery. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you very much. Alright. You're listening to W Jr. Where Detroit comes to talk. Have you been diagnosed with a topic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema. Millions of Americans are diagnosed each year, and researchers are constantly developing new treatments at our dermatology research.
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"Is Kevin Dietz. How about some really good news this morning Special Olympics, Michigan debuted a multi million dollar fundraising campaign called Building Tomorrow's champions were South Christian High School will be turned into the world's largest special Olympics facility, the world's largest. Special Olympics. Michigan provides year round sports training and athletic competition to both Children and adults with intellectual disabilities. They serve more than 23,000 athletes and using the help of over 32,000 volunteers. It's very cool. They're raising millions of dollars and they're not done yet. Joining us now is Brian Kelly. Brian. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me on it for covering this really, really exciting project. You know, I started on the board just a few years ago but have worked with Special Olympics Michigan for many, many years and could not be more impressed with an organization that touches so many families so many lives. And this is this is a a huge, huge step for the families and the the individuals, the adults and Children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. That will have a place to call their own. Yeah, my daughter who just graduated from Kalamazoo College, She was a basketball coach for Special Olympics over in West Michigan and my gosh, she had more fun going over and playing with a referee now, or teaching kids how to how to play basketball and to just see the impact personally that this has On kids and families. It's so heartwarming and this this particular facilities over in West Michigan, but it really helps all of the kids throughout the state. That's right. In fact, this really will be. I think the eyes of the special IPIX community around the world will be on Michigan because of this huge, huge steps, see the way that the model normally works. Is that that our kids, they get the use of other people's facilities when they're not using them. So somebody else's facility and when, when it's empty When it's not being used, they say, sure, Special Olympics. You guys can use the The facility. In this case, the special Olympics athletes athletes will be the priority and but it will be an inclusion center is a place where where people with developmental disabilities and those without can come and and play sports together and be together and do all kinds of exciting things. There's healthcare aspects of it, too, in terms of managing the health and wellness of Of the of the athletes and and their families. So there's so many exciting things that are coming together in this spot, but it will be a training center. We've always had good success. Um, great success really, and our athletes in Michigan going on to compete at nationals and around the and and then at at the world competitions. And and having a state of the art athlete Training center is is going to be a big big boost to our special Olympics athletes from Michigan. Because, you know, it's a we think of it in terms of, um You know, it's a special Olympics. It's a whole range. I mean, some For some people, it's it's just being out and with others, and it almost doesn't matter that whether it's playing sports or doing something else. It's time with friends. We have athletes that are fierce, fierce can competitors and they are there to win. And so like the idea that there would be A training center, just like Olympic athletes have training centers, one where the priority is and the specialty is around programming and and training for special Olympics athletes. That is, it's really truly exciting. And it also creates a place where volunteers can come. You have 32,000 volunteers, and sometimes when you have, you know, Well, we're doing something over here and then over here when you have one place where volunteers know they can come and get organized and find out how to help. It just encourages more people volunteering. You guys have a goal of $20 million. How is that coming along? Well so far with Juliet Dragos and I, whose anchor and channel 13 in Grand Rapids. So her and I are co chairing the fundraising campaign, and we we went We launched it publicly last week after we hit $7 million raised, So we've got seven million, um, committed already and and moving forward. We know that that covers a lot of the initial work that purchased the building initial work that has to be done. Um, there's about 10 or $11 Million worth of. You know what one once we at that point, I mean, the the training center is going to be very operational. But when we try to turn it into would make sure that we get all the different. Uh um Activities and field some sports accommodated in this building. Um, you know, at the end of the day, we think the project is going to be about $20 million. So we've got a long way to go. But That 20 minutes. That's $7 million mark that we've we've had was was in the middle of a pandemic. I mean, we we started this really last winter. And I'm sorry. Winter of 2020. And, um And the generosity of the community has really been extraordinary. So we're excited about it very bullish on reaching the goals of the of the campaign so that we won't We won't cut any any corners and making sure that our athletes have the very, very best. And really the secret is to get a lot of businesses to give a little bit or what they can rather than to just get one big corporate sponsor to drop a check. It's It's really just overall better for the involvement of the total project if you can get more people involved. Yeah, so we this No contribution is too small. Naturally. No contributions too big either, But no contribution is too small to um to help with this, And so I really encourage people to go to The Special Olympics website. So s O m I, as in special Olympics of Michigan s so am i dot org and you can learn about everything that the organization is involved in. It really is a Model organization. Uh, the special Olympics is great across the board, but Special Olympics. Michigan, in particular is a national leader and international leader and inclusion sports in high schools, one of the most effective public private partnerships. You'll see anywhere in the world is between the state of Michigan and, um, and special Olympics for for unified sports in schools, and, um, and this is, you know, just the next Cutting edge thing.
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"Here's W Jr is Kevin Dietz. There has been a lot of excitement about Michigan reopening outdoors. There are no restrictions and indoor restrictions will be lifted July 1st or possibly even earlier. The governor has been hinting. But you still cannot go to Canada have not been able to go for 15 months. Detroit and winds are so close to each other that many Metro Detroiters have property in Canada have family in Canada. And what about the economic impact on the United States and Canada, Metro Detroit and Windsor? It's a huge problem that U S representative Bill. Hey, Zynga is working to correct He's trying to get the border open and he joins us now. Well, welcome to the show. Hey, good to be with you. Thanks for having me. Yes. So you know, people kind of forget about the border being closed. They think about, you know, just metro Detroit or where they live, or can they go up north or what can they do? But this is a huge issue. Your wife is actually from Canada, right? Yeah, she's she's from the Toronto area originally, and, uh um her both her mother and her father are over there, and we haven't been able to see them and just about a year and a half, and with older parents and health issues and all those things Not to mention extended friends and family. It's been it's been tough and look, I don't think anyone wants to put more risk or more danger into this, but Two things one. We've been able to keep commercial traffic at a pretty steady level. If you talk to whether it's an agriculture or whether it's in manufacturing, we've been able to keep that that border open. For those goods to to move back and forth as they should. Now the question is is with the second point, when as much advancement as we have had on the science with vaccines with natural herd, immunity and all those things happening. Why are we able to do this with commercial traffic, but not with personal traffic, and there's a toll that's being taken. There is no doubt So there's no science that has come out as we look at the commercial traffic that shows any indication that we've had a problem of higher transmission rates based on commercial traffic, coming back and forth between Canada and the United States. Yeah, nothing that we've been able to uncover. No And so it would make sense. Then, as everyone is starting to open up again, why not? Why not be able to let people go back and forth? What? You know what is standing in the way what is the biggest hurdle to making that happen? Yeah, Well, um yeah, it's hard to. It's hard to ignore the political question. Right? And we've experienced that here in our own state with with some things that were definitely head scratchers. You know, inconsistencies and how policies were being applied. Uh, you know, some of my Canadian friends have suggested that that's Some of the same situation where you've got premier Doug Ford in Ontario and Justin Trudeau. Uh, the, uh, as the prime minister. At loggerheads politically, and if you're trying to one up each other it, government and bureaucracies tend to go into the lockdown mode much easier than they go into the loosen up mode. So I hope that's not the situation, but I think we'd be kidding ourselves. If there isn't some element of that, and we have that here in the United States as well. So, uh, look at the end of the day. We know that we need to open up this border. We need to make sure that that the culture you know that we have the community that we have and You know, I'm from the West side of the state, but spent have spent a lot of time, uh, in Southeast Michigan, whether it's in Detroit Airport here on you Look at that. Major crossing up in Sue ST Marie. Those are vital, vital community communities that are linked and they happen across an international border, and we've got to figure out a way that we can open. Those is as low risk of possible as we can. But it should be done soon now. Yeah, And you mentioned commercial traffics been open, but for small businesses, they really rely on each other. I mean in downtown Detroit. They really rely on people coming from Windsor and that and even more so in downtown Windsor. They really reply rely on Americans coming across. It has to be crushing to those businesses that they that these customers cannot come across the border. Yeah, And and look, And this is the part of the debate that we had whether it was with a paycheck protection program and some of the other federal programs that we're putting out there. You can do temporary help. But our our economic system cannot survive another massive shutdown like we had seen over the past year and expect government to just sort of carry the freight. You know, governments doing it in one of two ways either our tax dollars or their borrowing Right about now we're doing more even borrowing than anything, and we've got to get that natural free market economy flowing again if we're going to be able to survive this type of shock again in the future. In meetings that have taken place is, uh, is the American side or the Canadian side moving in that direction or or or does it look like this is going to take a long time to Come to fruition. Yeah, well, and that's part of the frustration is we do not have unified or common goals yesterday in our in our hearing that we did our our seminar that we did with politico..
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"dietz" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"Joe you need that. Four sets road cause a metabolic effect for hypertrophied. Demi sense obviously i think it makes sense to everybody so i basically people say well is it a circuit. And i'm like yes. It's basically some level of a circuit now. But your your exercises together to not cause a compensation pattern by doing exercises for porna- zero you know and people say well that the squad. No it's not the squad it's it's things it's the other exercises so i'll be honest with you. So what happened. Was i video. I had about forty athletes. Come back right when we got covid joel. And when they came back. I mean the conversation patterns. They had because they were with other people. I should say and personal. Maybe maybe i come out com personal terrorist. I didn't start that right. But i saw a lot of compensation patterns. Fortunately and then i didn't fix them. I didn't fix them with our pr. I went twelve weeks when they all came back without doing our pr or anything to help that global neurological sequence joel. And what i did was i video would see all these bad patterns. When they ran. I did four sets of exercises and watched how how it changed them for the worst and then we started doing the performance. Cycling is what i call it. Basically circuits and. I'm speaking of after about two to three weeks jolt. Those compensation patterns went away okay and they all started running much more smoothly right. It's crazy. And i think running is is one of the greatest assessments of of any athlete right on the survival mechanism. If you think about it number one things protect the head right or your brain. So that's why you know in your eyes brain you you blink your eyes you move your head the second would be protect spine but then in that whole process like we're wired to run so running the most reflective thing we do in my opinion the most complicated and it's like if you can use running to assess athletes you know and i think chris does a great job from foot position as takeoff on the ground to know what muscle fibers aren't working on the meat. I mean it's pretty pretty amazing stuff. You're.
"dietz" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ
"So wanna praise the lord. Jesus christ lord and savior. And i want to say that i can understand. I've i've said before that. I didn't think that the that there was a tunnel security in terms of If you change the word of god like johore accumulated. But i've a different explanation to this now at and that is that you're working was not saved and That's basically it. See if i can change the name of this broadcast no. I don't think. I can so easily at this point. But the way i i realized this i've come to conclusion about this now. The way i think about this there are two books can maybe go there. Yeah can have it like that and you go to a revelation twenty twelve. You can see it says and the books were opened and another book was opened indicating without at least two books. Which is the book of life so there is. There are multiple books and Another book is a book life. What are the other books idea here. Is that there are the lamb's book of life and then there's a book of life and the book of life Is a book where everyone is written onto. They die in on belief and you hope he died on believe so he was blotted out to the book. Because you know he he. He burned the scrawl. He never got saved so days. One book where all your work scenario dietz are written. All your your everything you do in life is written and it's the book of life and you'll be judged by your works and we will. Everyone would be judged by their works When they you know eventually when they meet jesus bought Some will not be judged to and So there are multiple books and the other book is a lamb's book of life which also is mentioned and the idea is that let's see we can go continue here.
Ex CS:GO Source 2 Developer opens up on “toxic” culture of Valve employees
"And this is in regards to see us go source to nonetheless now source to is as mythical beast that we've heard about for years that one day it will be out one day it will be released and we'll be able to enjoy it. No one really knows what it is but we all know. We'll see it like when you see you'll know it but no one really knows i can't even if you ask people what source too is they'll be like well it's it's like a ui change. Oh no it's a whole graphics. Update no no. It's it's this. it's all new servers. It's all we'll get one hundred twenty four tick- and that's the bob league. No one really knows what this is but an ex go develop our dev. I should say. Richard geld trick is how i'm going to say his name. He he Spoke out over the week on his tweets and said that the development of source to for ceus go is one of the most toxic work cultures at valve or in general that he has ever been a part of first off he started off right right off the bat that source to has been in development for ten years. That sounds about right since they've been working on half life three. Roughly didn't see us go. Just celebrate what it's old oldest see us go. Cs just celebrated its twentieth year. Yeah it's like six seven years old maybe around there so how source to in development half the lifespan of counterstrike. Who knows all i know is riots and blizzard or back. They're saying thank god. thank god. we're not alone like you're doing some stuff to we knew no word perfect so i just know that. That's probably the excitement coming from the other side of the aisle. Riots say like please be a sexual assault salt charge please. Because that's the thing to see. All he said was it was super toxic. A lot of outside deb's don't even wanna work with alvin more because of just how toxic it was But he never went into he never he just gave you like a taste. He didn't give you the dish. It was all just appetizers. He never said exactly what made it toxic. And everyone's like all right. I just saying it headset to care why it just did it just did i wouldn't recommend it. Yeah i get a one star on glassdoor or something. Now i mean. Yeah i mean okay again. Thanks you know shirt. Like i need information for it two or either what this could lead to other people may be coming out and speaking on it giving detail their stories or whatever but and until there's more info just do we care. Do we care. I mean i guess it depends on what the issue sure if gave in was like putting dog leashes on his employees. I guess that's a different story than just. Did he yell at you. Did he hurt you feelings right site. Did he read. I you or was it worse. Is it your job to wipe off his his ass sweat from his workout ball. He sits on instead of a chair. Like was that your your turn to clean it one day or like what. What is the deal here like. Talk the word. Toxic has turned into a all of just a situation. You thought they were meaning. So i don't know i need. I need dietz. I need the defeats to really know. If i should be grabbing my torch in pitchfork on valve right now yeah like move this to the story section. We just need more Right like right now. Just somebody complaining about his job.
"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760
"With Kevin Dietz filling in for Paul. Good morning. It is 606 on this Tuesday morning. It is November the 17th a little dusting of snow to deal with today. Not too bad. Mostly just come out with hitting your windshield wipers and pushing away but a little reminder that winter is here and around the corner. The round table is assembled this morning, and we're all here and happy to be here. Right? Dave Readers and Fran Thomas. Good morning, Dave. Morning, Kevin. How are you? I'm doing great. Dana Clark. Happy Tuesday. It's almost hump day. Almost real one day away. One dead letter. I was there. Decatur's following the news for a stick. Aria. Good morning. Good morning to you that snow doesn't make you guys think of Ah, your holiday decorations. Is it a little too early? Can you can decorate outside, but not inside the data? How does holiday decorating work at his work on the calendar? Doesn't work on the weather doesn't work on your mood. Yeah, it's a good one. It usually works on the calendar. Yeah. Usually wait until after Thanksgiving. Maybe that weekend to start I have like a three step process. I don't do it all in one day, a kind of stretch it out, like, bring some out a little at a time. And then by usually early December, we go get her tree. Get a real tree each year, So try to get that like early December. You know, you have to make it last. Can't get it too early. It'll dry out and have needles everywhere. And then I wait probably to the last possible minute to do outside which that should be first by itself. Finally, I got to do outside. So that's my little process. We start talking about Christmas decorations before Halloween, and usually I'm talking about the outside because I want to get the lights on.
"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Substituting Here's Kevin Dietz. As grown a virus cases surge in the United States and elsewhere. The world got good news on Monday, visor announcing preliminary results that suggested there vaccine was more than 90% effective. Keep in mind. The flu vaccine is about 50% effective, so this news of 90% effective is really quite encouraging, but it's important to note that the news is still preliminary. And there's much that is still not known about how well the vaccine works. Joining us now is Dr Mathew Sims, infectious disease research director of Beaumont Hospital, Doc, Thanks for being on the show. So happy to be here. So you know, the first blush of this news obviously was very exciting to people who are desperate for some good news about covert 19. And obviously, the stock market reacted and social media reacted people becoming very excited, but in reality, we still have a lot to learn about this right. We have a lot to learn about the vaccine about other vaccines that are in development, and we're not, you know there yet for actually deploying it. Um, So you know, the things that really have to think about So do we know what the what the scientists found out about this particulate one that has them so excited. You're so all of these vaccines. Studies have been designed that you give a certain number of people the actual vaccine and you have a certain number of people a placebo. And then you let them go about their normal business on DH Watch to see who develops Corona virus on DH. They do this to a lot of people so that there's a pretty good chance that some people are going to develop Corona virus. So most of the vaccine studies going on right now are recruiting about 30,000 people. Um, I think the Visor one's recruiting 44,000 people. Is my recollection, and then you watch and see, and they're designed that they don't stop watching until they have a certain number of cases, which is a statistically relevant number. Um, that they can say OK, one works better. You know that the vaccine really works better. We're not. So Frizer did what's called him in term analysis. That means they looked at the At the people a little early, right. So if I remember the numbers correctly study ends when they have 164 cases they looked when they had about 90 something cases. And what they found is the majority of the cases about you know tenfold. More cases were in the placebo group than in the vaccine group. So that means that It's about 90% effective name is it's the same number if it were 0% effective the same number. Would be in each group right? So if there were 50% effective, you'd have half the number in the vaccine grouping in the placebo group. And if it's 90% attractive you have about 10%. There's some adjusting math in there that you know has to be done for statistical reasons that I you know you have the right person getting into and probably, um, you know, most people don't really Want to hear about that. They want that number that 90% so that that's what this announcement. Now This is a two dose system. What does that mean? And then do we have any information yet about how safe the vaccine actually is? Sure. So does this mean you need a booster? Right? We've got lots of vaccines right now where you need a booster? You know, MMR, um, the shingles vaccine. There's lots of need boosters of meningitis vaccine. That just means you know, the first one starts the Perceived starts to procedure of, you know you're developing your antibodies, and the second one boosted. It makes it work even better. All right, um, sometimes any more than one booster for For shots, but for Most of these covert back teams. They're being done with one boost on DH. That's what the preliminary data said it took Teo really elicit a good immune response. Um So, um, so that's why you need Two shots now in terms of safety so far. You know, so good. Uh, different vaccine studies have had, you know they every study no matter what has some side effects, right? And almost every vaccine side effects of, you know, it makes you hurt Where you give the shot. You make it some bruising. You might get a little fever. You might get things like that. But so far none of the vaccine trials who had any, um major side effects that can be attributed directly to the vaccine in the definitive manner, you know, there have been some that were that were held to examine a big, You know, somebody got something bad, and they examined it. And then they found it looks still like it's safe. Keep going. So none of the studies I've been stopped permanently. Because the side effects and they're all taking the time to investigate anything that looks major. Right, So there's independent safety groups that don't report directly to the You know they're not responsible to the companies that are developing that monitor these things. And so you know if they have no No direct benefit from getting the vaccine approved like a company wide, and they monitor these things and to say that they're safe on DH so far. You know, I'm not aware of any of the vaccines that are in major, you know, stages of development that has been said there's a problem here. There have been ones that they start to look. But nothing that they've come up with that. You know, they said, no. We have to stop this trial. Advisor says they could ramp up to 1.3 Billion A year down the road that maybe by the end of the year, they might have 30,000,015 million fairly soon. Who gets them? Who should get them? Should should Children get them should adults get them? Yeah, You know, it's a hugely important question, and every guy I've seen that's in development is a little different. In terms of, you know potential ways to ramp it up, so to speak in terms of how fast the company can make. SOC is in terms of how easy it is to deploy those doses. So the visor vaccine it's the way I understand it, and you know everything subject to change because you know how fast these things are going. So number one. Nobody's really studying Children in these vaccines because Children as a whole are the people who are really, really affected by the by the virus. They're not the ones you know. While there have been some deaths and some really sick kids, the majority of kids tolerate it very well. Um, so the focus has been on adults, and particularly, you want to make sure that the most risky adults are able to be protected by this. So when you look at that scene studies, most of them are looking to try to recruit people who are older to try to recruit people who may be heavier to try to recruit people who may have diabetes. All the things that air you know, linked to more risk with Corona virus and.
"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760
"60 Jr here, special guest host Kevin Dietz. On Sunday, We had a quarterback legends Aaron Rodgers versus Tom Brady. And the big story ends up being Troy Aikman in Joe Buck. It's another hot mic controversy. Guys. How does this one rate compared to some of our other hot mic controversies we've been talking about? Well, you know what? Forgive my birdie. I'll let you talk to me. But You know, Let's play it first, so we can see was going repression. Nobody remembers very much memory that Which is I have a question on this tour. I guess. During the game, there was a flyover. Now they do the airplane crash over his own games or whatever. And Eggman has been doing this long if they know open mikes over Mike's, But anyway, the Mike was open and this is what was picked up. There's a lot of Jeff feels just a little fly over. That's your hard earned money and your text dollars at work stuff happening with camel abiding ticket. I'll tell you that right now. So so there you have it set off a firestorm over unpatriotic. Of bias tone. You know, Democrat Republican bias and everybody late, Nate meant. I guess Amy came out with a story today and refuted it. But Why described him as a non patriot? And he said that he supports the men, Women of our armed forces on DH, one of the points he was making. That wasn't in that clip that we aired. He and Joe Buck. Kind of senseless to do a flyover and yours truly has been on many a sideline and have witnessed some amazing flyovers.
"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Kevin Dietz. It's 6 47 on Wednesday, August the fit the lines are open. 877 40 for Mitch. If you want to call and join us, you're welcome. You can also call and text us. The number is the same. 877 40 for Mitch. And this week we've been seeing in the last segment for producers choice on the topic and joining us Now is Erik and Dave. One of you to come up with for Today's producers Choice. He has cooked up a great one today. A really, really good one. Nice. So there was a story that came out earlier today that I sent to you. That came from Ah, Bud Light. And what they're going to do is they're going to have a Contest for two teams in the NFL, and they're kickers. Which is the Denver Broncos and the Detroit Lions. And whichever kicker Takes the longest field goal is going to win the contest this year between Matt Prater for the Lions and Brandon McManus for the Broncos. And then Bud Light gives that city Free beer free beer, so I don't I don't know if it's going to be like in the little refrigerators that they did for, like Cleveland. Ah, couple of years back. I'm not sure how that's going to go. But as you know, Matt Prater does have the NFL record for the longest field goal in NFL history when he was playing in Denver of 64 yards. Well, he's been booting the ball for the Lycans as well. Yeah, I had him one year in the last couple of years for my fantasy team that had had a kicker and man I was pleased he was He was bombing He was bomb and 50 plus yard field goals are on a regular basis. I don't know much about Denver's kicker, But I imagine he's got a pretty good, pretty good leg. I've taken praetor a couple years in a row. Now he's definitely the guy tohave, so it's It's nice. So McManus has kicked a 73 yard field goal in practice. But what out in Denver, and he tweeted out that he was going to break the record this year. And then Matt Prater retweeted and said, You know, well, then that should be the challenge and that's how this whole thing started. What? In the end all the time that McManus has been with the Broncos. He has never kicked a field goal longer than praetor when Prado has been with the lines, at least during the regular season. So, so far, Praetor has the upper hand. Well, some of it comes down Teo, the coach's philosophy to write and where you're at in the game, And is it worth at the end of the half to try and Buddha 65 yarder 62 yarder, the the Lions, The lion seemed to problem. I've met the lives of more opportunities to kick field goals, then Denver does. Exactly what Dave said. When he came out with this was that the gonna have a lot more opportunities. I I read your mind, but I think it'll be very interesting because as you know, Denver with the thin air It gives McManus a definite advantage. Well, then we're over over freighter, even though even though craters in adult praising the dome, no wind, it's you know, it definitely is an advantage. But look, this is praetor. He's got the record. It's his until you know someone. Khun beat it, and I don't think it's happening. And it was interesting because before Praetor broke the record, he had tied the record in 63. Which another Denver kicker had had Jason Neelam and that a former Detroit Lions kicker had had That back in the day, which was 63 years, and he was the one that had the the Blackfoot. You know? So ah, beat. That was Dempsey. Tom Dempsey. Correct. Wow. So that was the old record, So I think it'll be interesting. I just thought it was kind of cool that they just came down to two teams originally was. It was the deal. Just if the Denver kicker could break the record than Denver would get free beer and then and you know, I I just think it involved. It's a challenge when Brandon McManus sent out, you know, he fired the first. Ah, you know, Shot if you will, and said that he was going to break the record, and then he sent it. Tio. I guess he tweeted that Bud Light and then Matt Prater responded. So then this this is what started this competition. So this would be a kind of a cool little competition that will be part of the season to see which kicker will have the longer field goal during the season. It doesn't have to be. He doesn't have to beat the record. He just has to kick a field goal that's longer than praetor. A little side note there. Ah, met craters. Best friend of San Martin, who was the punter and holder here in Detroit. And now San Martin is in Denver. So he I don't know if he's going to be holding on the kicks or not. But maybe if yes, San Martin may be able to pull the ball away a little like Lucy and Charlie Brown there and make sure that everyone in Detroit gets a free beer and prevent the Denver kick From from winning this before he goes out for field goals is going to check and see what Matt's done so far that day, and if it's got like a 55 yarder 56 or above is just it's against the rules for him. Gotta help out too trite. I will be very disappointed if that was true. That was going to happen. By the way. If you can't tell Dave Rigor is a diehard Denver Broncos fan. I am I am a big devil. Morocco's fan. Yes, he wants the Broncos to get Dave. You live in Detroit. So you want to hear? I do live in Detroit. That is true. It is. Ah! I have lived in Detroit my whole life, But I am also a big Denver Broncos fans. And I've been a big devil Broncos fan since I was like, 10. This feels like a conflict of interest to me. Really. So maybe I have to remove myself from this conversation. I don't know. So you're going to you're actually rooting for Denver to win on the longest field goal, but not the most field goals of the Rose Point. It's a tough choice because Eric makes a great point. If Denver wins, then I'm not going to see any of the free beer because I'm here in Detroit. So Ah, it's kind of Ah, It's kind of a problem, although I'm a big Devil Broncos fan, and I'd like to see every kick made by McManus. No matter how long it is. Maybe. We root for all the field goals to be good, but maybe we were paraded to kick the longer one just so ah, Detroit can win the free beer. I don't know I pulled up this stat, it says Praetor is 32 of 34 for more than 50 yards since 2014. In 84 88 when lining that up from closer than 40 yards. 32 of 34 for 50 yarders or better, Um, I don't know what? I don't know how many per season they get, but it'll be interesting to see if they you know how long the kick is You bringing Mike into the conversation? Might called in to talk a little bit about Kelly Stafford. Mike. Welcome to the show. Thank you. I don't know if I'm missing the point. But when your public you find out immediately whether you have Colbert or not, and so does the public A private person. It's a medical thing, and nobody else knows now that he had the grace and the problem was he didn't have covert. He tested positive, but it was a false positive. And so he went on the injured reserves and everybody in the world just assume that he was positive because he tested positive, but in fact he wasn't positive. His next two tests were negative. But everyone was treating the Stafford family as if he was positive. And Kelly Stafford was pointing out what it's like, You know, if you're.
Inside Washington's Name Change
"John How's it? Goin'? It's been a little bit busy. You might be having the busiest off season well, always busy right now to all the deck Prescott stuff, but but you pretty busy. It was on? July six and a couple of things happen. I told my wife said. I'm about to work in eighteen hours a day on July six. NFL. Opposite in what is going on, and it turns out. That was actually probably a pretty good day in hindsight. John covers the Washington DC based NFL TEAM FOR ESPN Since. We are talking about names I. Do feel it's necessary to point out your John Crime I- Amina climbs two different names not. Although I will say had some relatives. Years back did like genealogy, and at one point, it was kind real in Europe, so we could be related I. Just want to put that out there well. I do get mistaken for you. Know I think there's a similarity so. So back to the name at hand. John The Washington football team announced on Monday after much speculation many reports that they will be retiring their nickname and logo after completing review that began on July third. This has been a conversation for a very very long time, but the team's principal owner Daniel. Snyder has been on the record. Saying the team would never in all caps literally change its name, and then here we so before we get to why this happened. And what's GonNa Happen Next? I just want to ask you as a beat reporter. Did you ever think this day would come? Well. Let me let me step back from that pre. George Floyd, no, because in the past. We've had a deal with this topic many times over the years especially in the last seven. I think the rise of social media has kept it alive, but during that time the plan the strategy here for the reds for Washington was to write off the storm. Just weather the storm. Go go to reservations connect with native Americans and do something like that then when you saw the social unrest this year. You started to seep in your head like they're gonNA. Come after them again and I'll tell you when it really really thought they work to be about. Run at this time was. There was a stretch it about a week where George Preston Marshall, who original owner of the of Washington? And he named the team, and he moved the team from Boston, to Washington will statue was outside their old stadium are k. well. They removed the statue, not the team, but a company in DC that owns that land, so you tweet that out and I'd say. Say Ninety percent of the mentions after that on twitter, where about what about the what about the name? What about the name? The next day team says they're going to retire bobby? Mitchell's number only retired one of the number in their franchise history, so they tweet that out and I wrote a story. Put out there. What about the? What about the name? I've. There's just becoming way too much of everything. They did route this. If they put out a statement about George Floyd about black lives matter, it would always come back to their team name. It was to a level that I hadn't seen before. It does seem though at least from the outside that the true catalysts the thing that pushed this over the edge was the teams naming sponsor Fedex and Fedex asiyo. WHO's a minority owner coming out on the record against the name? Yes and I'm going to back up a couple of weeks before that because there some parallel timelines that led to I think this occurrence and one of which was Dan Snyder had reached out I was told by multiple that he had reached out to the League a few weeks before that, and had already started to engage in conversations with the NFL, Roger Goodell about a possible name change along that same time there's the group of eighty seven shareholders and investors were combined six hundred twenty billion dollars in the lead by investor advocacy groups, so they're the ones who targeted Fedex Habsi company Nike Bank of America. It wanders sponsors. If you don't sever your ties here, you know. That's what they want to sever their ties, and so that's what they're pushing. When Fed, ex came out with the statement. That's when when people I've talked to said. That's when they knew it was over. I WANNA to talk about those groups. All of the activists who've been working tirelessly on this for years, but I thought it might be helpful to break down why the name exists in the first place. Where does it come from? The name when it first. Started I guess or was mentioned throughout history was about refer to the color skin and there is. I've got her who worked for the Smithsonian magazine, went back and researched it and found that it was way that native Americans would refer to other to differentiate themselves from. Whites or blacks or whomever else was here, so they referred themselves the redskins than it seemed to segue into a negative connotation, which you know, you'd see posters or read about posters, offering rewards for bringing fifty dollars for bringing the scalp, redskin or bringing Redskin, in which meant the scalp, so it certainly segue into something. That was a negative connotation. So how did it come to be the name of this particular NFL franchise? That's a great question, so we go back to nineteen thirty two and for anybody listening I was not covering the team at that time so nineteen who? Shared a stadium with baseball's Boston braves, so they were called. The Boston braves the following year. They moved to Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox, so the story that that no his come about from that is that they wanted some sort of. Alliteration with the Red Sox, and so they went with the Redskins, but they also had a coach Lone Star Dietz and several native American players on the roster, George Preston Marshall said he was naming it basically in part because they had a native American coach. Now there's controversy over long star deeds whether he was actually native American up, but that was the given explanation at that time.
"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Once again, substituting Here's Kevin Dietz covered, 19 shutdown was devastating for many businesses. Some closed down for good. But in no vai at the Adele Center building out and developing new businesses set open continued throughout the crisis, and now, some of those new businesses are ready to open their doors. Joining us on the phone now is Kevin Adele, the developer Kevin, Thanks for being on the father recent show. Oh, thank you, Kevin. Good morning. Good morning. So you guys must have had to shut down a little bit or slow down during during the Koven shutdown. I imagine. Yes, that shows like gods when covered, 19 hit the country and in Michigan, we did shut down for the three months the governor ordered. But you guys had big plans out there. And now you, you, you You're at the point where some of them are coming to fruition and ready to open up. Why don't you bring us up to date on what's been going on out of the adults? That's correct. I started with 22.3 acres about a year ago, and I told them to all large companies. So the companies were Planet Fitness. I fly Texas Roadhouse. Ah, the, uh, car. Vanna and these companies were itching to start. They already paid for the property. And so they started to build right away had big large. Cos. Putting in the foundations and building building their structures, and so they were itching to start. They moved very quickly, and now Khurana is ready to open and Texas Roadhouse is ready open and Planet fitness is pretty close behind and I fly starts Ah, next month. There's probably a lot of concern when the Corona virus first came out that maybe these Project's might not not be completed, but they have been or they are being completed. Now did I did the cove? It changed any of the project designs or any of the plans out there. No. You know, these companies spent a $1,000,000 an acre. So is the most expensive piece of property in Metro Detroit and ah lot of the money that was spent on the property, the company said there was the most Ever they spent so I knew they had Teo complete the project. That's like saying no Vai. When I sold the property as an individual, I took a different approach that most developers most developers. Start with the free and clear piece of property. They get a construction mortgage, and then they build their project and charged rent and you become a landlord tenant. And then when things happen like Of that economy. Who knows what's coming around the corner, a pandemic we've never experienced before. Usually you lose everything because the company's walk away and so when I first proposed Project to the city of Nova. I I said, I'm going to do it like a developer goes in a home in the subdivision where they put in the road utilities and they set up as a condominium, um, site development. And then each person's going on their piece of property there are going to pay maintenance, said he never heard of that before, because it was unusual and I split up the property into a different units. That's what you see. Today. These companies would normally not pay rent. You look at the Cheesecake Factory is not paying rent A 12 oaks and a lot of restaurants are paying rent, Starbucks of them paying rent, but over here They were owners and they had skin in the game, and they could walk away. And so at the time. No, I thought this is unusual and most developers looked at me oddly, that they would never sell their property. And, uh, this worked out good for the city. It's employing a lot of people. Texas Roadhouse is hiring to hunt employees for that location. Um, I don't know how many carbon is, but it's gonna be $129 million development and it's bringing $7 million in tax revenue to the city, plus personal property. So Texas Roadhouse is going to open first. Is anything planned out there for for the grand opening, and I'm curious. What is that? What is the traffic flow like out there when you when you add, you know eight new developments. I was. It was heavy. I got the city to put in the access road off of Grand River. So that was a $6 million project and I sort of the first year. You know the money in tax revenue pays for it. So you had no by road. I expect a lot of traffic. But also traffic is good. Like I told the citizens of nobody in the city when people are complaining about traffic, that means you're doing something right. People want to go there in your city. You know, there's no traffic. That means you're doing something wrong. And so I look at traffic is a good thing. Yeah. So, with so many businesses shutting down, people are They're looking for places to go now. You have one location out there and no Vai where there's a lot of excitement and a lot going on. I agree. And, you know, most people don't have Ah, ah, lot of time to spend. They go to dinner entertainment that site. There is Internet proof, and you have about 40 minutes. You can't work out on the Internet and you can't stay at a hotel in the Internet. And you? Certainly now you could buy a car on the Internet, and that's what Karan is. I fly is the only one in the state, the international company and its skydiving. That's going to be awhile. Do you know when that opens up yet? They started in August, so it should take about a year to build that building. That's pretty intricate building a lot of moving parts in that building. It's a beautiful building of the right next to the water tower. I guess. Indoor skydiving, at least in social distance while skydiving. That's true. All right, Kevin down. Thanks for being on the Paul W. Smith show people will be heading out to the Adele Center to check out all the new businesses. Texas Roadhouse will be the 1st 1 to open next month. Thanks for being part of this mission. Thank you so much for having me and I hope people come into the Theodore Center. It's exciting apart for nobody. All right, let's check in with weather and traffic.
"dietz" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
"If your baby has repeated hard or pebble or pellet lakes tools that are not followed by IBM. If they're constantly in pain, if the baby ever has blood in the stool, okay, that's something that you would want to alert the pediatrician to. To now one aside, no a lot of you guys are trying a hundred different foods with your baby before they turn one. Sometimes we see remnants of the food in the stool and parents freak out. Does that mean my baby can't handle it? No certainly not just like. Your baby is getting all of those other muscles, systems, working and learning and singing in unison as learning to eat. The same is happening with the GUT, so it is fairly typical to see pieces of. Of intact food in your babies stool. Don't freak out about that. If you do see color in when the stores darker with and my Gosh it's blood, there are certain foods that will have that effect, so for example think about beats whenever you feed your baby beats out. Forget that we eight beats. I personally don't love beat so I feel like. I tried to mentally block it out and then like a day later, the baby store would be bright red nose like Oh. Oh my gosh, there's blood in the stool. No just the side effects, the remnants from eating the very darkly colored Dietz certain foods you may be trying will result in changes in stool or asparagus is another one. It changes the smell of the urine right? Guys know that if you eat asparagus, our bodies don't break down the particular amino acid spare gene, so we end up smelling it when we go to the bathroom. You'll smell that in your baby's diaper Gosh. What's wrong? Sometimes. The foods at the baby eats will have effects on stool as well as urine. Okay, but if there's real blood in there, that is a reason for concern, but you don't need to be concerned if your baby is a little bit constipated, but then follows up with a big blow Outtara soft bowel movement Another thing too is as your baby gets more active so usually. When you start solid food, your baby six months of age. They're not crawling around, but in the next few months they start crawling around. More activity decreases constipation. We know that for adults right I remember used to work in adult weight management. We always said two adults who are constipated. There's usually one of three. Three problems. If you're constipated as an adult, you're either not getting enough fiber, not getting enough fluid or not getting enough activity, and for most Americans eating a standard American diet north. Americans Western societies. We sit in front of a computer all day. We don't eat very much fiber and we don't drink enough fluid. Okay, the same goes for your baby before they're very active. They sometimes are more constipated. Of course you can't go make the baby's exercise, but just note that as your baby starts crawling more, you'll notice less constipation. Secondly, we don't want to fill the baby up with too much fluid, but if your baby is dehydrated or not getting enough fluid, so in some cases be that the. The formula is improperly reconstituted, and there's not enough water that could potentially lead to constipation, but we don't want to offer the baby too much excess water. If you haven't already listened to go, check out episode number twenty four. I did a whole podcast episode about water when to offer your baby water, and how much you want to make sure that you're not offering too much..
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About 40 percent of U.S. adults are obese, government survey finds
"More than forty percent of American adults are obese according to new government survey as AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it's not one of the nation's leading health problems about forty two percent of Americans are severely overweight and nearly one in ten is severely obese obesity expert Dr William Dietz at George Washington University says many of these people will face diseases like diabetes heart disease and cancer and doctors will be overwhelmed he blames the government in part for not pushing more for healthy eating and more physical activity like walking hi Jackie
Existing-home sales dip in January as tight supplies limit opportunities for buyers in U.S.
"It turns out that in January existing home sales across America compared to December but the latest existing home sales report from the national association of realtors shows strong gains year over year so let's talk about the latest numbers and what they mean with Lawrence June the chief economist at the national association of real tors Lawrence welcome to real estate today thank you actually on the show so Lawrence in January the first month of the new year and the new decade existing home sales dipped one point three percent compared to the last month of two thousand nineteen what's happening here well I am not concerned with there's a slight decline because December figures were very strong January's figure of five one or six yeah and if we can hold at this level for the remainder of the year home sales will be up three percent in twenty twenty so I would take this number but we are still lacking an inventory the sales even though it's slightly Clariant no man and very solid interesting and once of course over the years in the many times we've talked you've always told me that housing statistics never take a straight line in one direction or the other they're up one month down another one month and down another is that what we're seeing here so you there's very little fluctuation but overall we saw the second half of twenty nineteen with a strong finish and twenty twenty I would characterize it that they're very good start it is up ten percent higher compared to January of twenty nineteen but of course we have much lower mortgage rates compared to one year ago that is helping consumer confidence remained very high stock market remained very strong so you have to be very positive economic backdrop to push up on shelves interesting and Lawrence as you mentioned earlier we need more homes for people to buy but just last week here on the show we had Robert Dietz the chief economist of the national association of home builders as a guest and he says even though they will not hit demand this year they're getting much closer what do you think what would be the home building activity is actually back up to normal one point five million how to expose here so that was what was reported in December and January and if this level can hold we are talking about more inventory available for consumers later in the year yeah very confident because one constraining factor for home cell growth has been just lack of inventory inventory level twenty point one month supply in January yes No remained very tight and that is why prices are rising at seven percent compared to one year before but the home building industry appears to have turned a corner and all for the better interesting warrants when you look at the three things that really affect homebuyers the most two of them are looking better as you said inventory is improving there are expected to be more homes for sale this year and as we know interest rates are really low and that really helps buyers and that leaves the biggest challenge remaining which is price appreciation your call logs and much faster than people's income growth but the loan mortgage rates three point five mortgage rates early if you're ready which is signaling that generate self what again the staff but the February and March we may see an upturn in sales but that inventory is critical it's best long as we have more choices available for consumers we will begin to how your own self interesting and Lawrence very quickly around the country did all the parts of America dip or were some pop and some down well one major regions or comparably higher compared to one year before seven percent higher in the note eight percent in the last eight percent in the west and twelve percent into your portable sound we chat bot batters compared to one year ago but once a month there's little Qualicum achieved but I can characterize the market has been very cost based all four regions Tom would be better in twenty twenty percent twenty nineteen she wants I'm delighted to hear that you're looking at the new numbers with home sales and you're optimistic about the rest of the year like the corn on a month to month but overall I would say this is a very good start to
"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760
"WJR once again substituting here's Kevin Dietz it started with rumors accusations and allegations of high school football players hazing younger players possibly with a broom stick there was an investigation that led to no charges an outrage from the community and then new witnesses came forward a new investigation was conducted and now in a stunning turn of events seven high school football players at Warren dealers sell high school have been charged with criminal charges the person who knows the story behind the story is reporter too short trees of all this with the jury free press is been breaking news all along the way on this investigation thanks for joining us the morning thanks for having me Kevin so high I mean how did this how did this happen where where you have an investigation and then you know a finding of no charges and then that's not the end of it well you know are the prosecutor and the police and school officials also at all along in the initial investigation one of the biggest problems they had with people wouldn't talk the kids wouldn't talk parents wouldn't talk it and they have a lack of cooperation that was one of the reasons that they couldn't bring charges and and the first investigation cell after the prosecutor announced that what happened were other kids who haven't talked yet and were afraid to DS dot came forward they they said that this you know they and their parents they went to the police are you you just had new new people come forward who were upset at at the lack of cooperation in the first case so that that's that's what happened so people were kind of sitting on the sidelines figuring well the police will investigate they'll find out what happened I'll get to the bottom of this and they'll be charges but then when the announcement came that there were going to be charges people said wait a minute I I need to come forward and and and tell what I know right right it it exactly it's not even tell what I know but other victims didn't come forward so what you have is all on a whole new set of victims and the and the first case the most police were able to glean from the investigation was that there was one boy R. who up please younger player who who had been Hayes but he wouldn't talk and not only would he not talk he he made it known that he didn't want charges brought and and so they were kind of stuck there so what they had to do was investigate everybody else on the team about what what did you see what did you see where they're more victims and and in the end you know you you had just one alleged victim three suspects and nobody would talk so they were they were stock five defendants are eighteen years old charged with misdemeanor assault and battery serious charges two other defendants were minors at the time is that right yeah yeah yes and so I mean that these are real criminal charges I you know when the story first broke you know I was talking to my kids about it I'm like I would you know what you think is going on over there I mean do you think they're just messing with kids is an all boys high school my kid went on all boys high school it it you know or or or something else happened and we're just sort of stunned to to figure out what was going on and now it appears that whatever was was pretty serious well whatever it was it I mean it keep in mind they were charged with misdemeanors so it is only you know one ninety it's the you know ninety days I mean it's still it's it gets a criminal offense has a criminal record but we we talked about you know what these kids actually did I've taken a lot of heat from a lot of people do sell for writing this story for working on this story and a point I've made over and over again is that what what this is about as young boys being held down against their will in a locker room and and I've talked with parents about this parents of victims about this and and they just you know that they were horrified their kids were afraid to go to practice and and they were afraid to even talk about it so that that's what the story is about that's what these suspects are allegedly did the defendant you know boys were held down face down against well and while others we say Tom to you know talk to them they you know would make jokes at them sexual jokes and poker with a broomstick yes there was no penetration yes the boys were close but you know this was again a situation where you know kids were being held on and couldn't do anything about it it reminds me of the problems at college fraternities that that they were having all over the country with these hazy inner hell week Sir the whatever the various things are called a you do you don't hear a lot about that at high school level and I and I don't know if you've gotten calls from other schools to say yeah they do that here too or not but but it is concerning that you know you think about the ages of kids in high school you know as they can be as young as fourteen then and up to eighteen the it's it's hard enough being a teenager but to to have something happen to you in school like that and then have to deal with that it's just you know it's it's it's very troubling that it was allowed to happen in that my question I guess is is is did they get to the bottom of how this was allowed to happen how long is it going because it's been a tradition that's been been there for years or was this something that just happened spur of the moment well that again is another controversial point because when the school first announced this you know they put that statement out where they said this you know hazing is pervasive in deep rooted and and I think that's what made the community the the alumni committee go ballistic because I had many many people say you know this didn't happen when I was there this was not an out this is not a on old historic problem at our school but it appears that you know I I don't know no one's come forward from the past to say yes this happened to be there as well as far as I can tell this this was isolated to this particular two thousand nineteen football season did it happen before I I I don't know no one's come forward to say that it has you know you can hear all the rumors that you want but nobody's actually stepped up and said yes you know and this year have been me and this year happened to me well I I don't I don't know how long it's been going on choose other been changes with the culture principle or what are they doing to make sure it doesn't happen again well you know and they they didn't fire the coach and that triggered a you know huge firestorm of controversy pick parents along my students went ballistic when this happened I I believe all I and and not all the course a lot of the coaches are gone I don't know if they went willingly but at the end in order of you know in terms of this not happening in the school has instituted you know these a hot line they like boys come forward and talk about things that happened to him they bring in speakers to talk about bowling I think it's just more of the same the the only people who lost their jobs over this with a with a coach and I I mean I'm not sure some assistant coaches went as well but they may have gone on their own a lot of people want the president on president John night who who was the one who actually out at this when it happened to a lot of people are not happy if you thought that there was a knee jerk reaction to this that they should punish just a handful of the kids were doing this and let the kids other ones go to the playoffs or you know he he made it public I I think there's a lot they're not I think I know there are a lot of people in the deals are community who thought they should have been public they should have done internal investigation found out what was and gone forward so eat it you know president John night has not lost his job the principal has not lost his job but I know there are a lot of people pushing for for John to to John night to to lose his job are you can read all of trees his investigation of the Detroit Free Press dot com Teresa thanks for being with us.
"dietz" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast
"Cows tumor was diagnosed as a man. Gio Parasite Toma type of aggressive tumor. That can occur anywhere on the body were capillaries exist. Cows grew in the frontal area of his brain like most tumors caused growing for as long as eight years remaining undetected. And by the time it was discovered already staged three out of nine percent of all brain tumor. There's one percent chance anyone could ever have this. Tumor looks up a rare. It was thankfully these doctors. They all came together. And the there's two teams that worked on me for fifteen hours straight the got it all out. They said if I WANNA gone and I probably wouldn't have made another two weeks in San so thankful my friends families get my ass in. There is mind works in the athlete. Way that's caused girlfriend. Kelly spoke Saad every step of the way when he woke up from surgery. There is no sit down talk about well if something goes wrong and you can't running and it was like okay. What do we do next? 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She's built just like she's the best she what's her name. Abe Eva. What feel like walking on your own for the first time motionless. It was in like my first run back so we have a skybridge at home. My buddies took me to go for a run and he was dead when we had a horrible with her so they took me up there thing. Iran down one stretch of it. I don't know if you'd call run by showdown nothing I just tucked in when the car's broke down certain crimes. It was just that you were able to be running again. Who's dominant like I hadn't bill back like no. I'm not a negative person. Like how the hell am I going to get back on my feet? After all this. Here's Nathan tacky a running partner and friend of Kyle's his passionate about all sorts of different things and win it burns bright man just like the dimmer over there that wall when he finds something whether it's France few friends that he likes or for any activity is gonNA climbing fighting bike. It's going to be that light switches on and it's on all the way. There's no no dinner there. Then you by my opinion of him this so highs and athlete and it was just a man but as a runner was I was like finally slow down a little bit me. I can keep up with and finally. That's not true that I run into but but not so. At what point does your memory return? I remember stuff like off. The battery remember stuff chunks stuff. I still don't remember. Remember that you left to run. Yeah is weird. I remember woke up wanting to train fighting again though like I I wanted to do was start doing. Hold on going back from minute did MMA hope give you the tools through this through training so like our jam was known for being one of the toughest you basically go through like Hell Week. Everyone just beats the shit out of you approve your worth you get your ass kicked you keep coming back and you're in that respect. You didn't get a chance to take a break. They do around on your exhaust in the other guys fresh. And you're just getting beat up. What does that teach you everything how to keep the dog right? WanNa keep fighting. You don't want to give up be mailed to endure in coming back over and over and over in suffering once you have that translate to every aspect of your life for mid has out of all the things done. I don't think that's ever GonNa leave me as championship. Bout right there when I run. I'm fighting bike. I'm fighting when I'm doing anything. I'm fighting the fire will always be in me so that just doesn't ever leave me but as you recovered. You had trouble remembering other things chunks to stop. I still don't remember it's just weird. I remember a couple of my buddies still learning them. Even now. You're meeting people who you knew for a long time. Could you remember when you met Kelly? No no no idea so you didn't even know when you met your girlfriend. When I woke up thought I was still with my ex girlfriend. We had been part for almost two years so when I woke up my feelings were still for that person. So did Kelly have to win your heart all over again. She did flying colors. Like you're in hospital. Your girlfriend is there. You don't even know who she is. Don't recognize her and now she's got to make realize that you're together so it was cool. She was she never pressured me into a relationship to never put it on me or maybe feel bad for not remember she was. She made me like big picture book with pictures of US doing things and try to help my memory and still nothing but I see these photos of us and be with her family her friends my friends like how how this blackout out. No so she won me over again. It's just made us stronger. Cows athletic ability is rooted in the intangibles. His heart is focused his fight. Kelly says the same qualities. These are the things that bond them that bring them balance. Here's Kelly. I could communicate for him no problem if somebody else was. Ask Him something or he needed to tell somebody something. He couldn't get the words out it just bonded so quick so easy and there was a point. We didn't know if you just befriends or date or whatever else that's kind of how turned into US dating because he didn't want people to feel sorry for him so my main goal was just to be there. And if you needed to see that I would help him see if he needed to walk out helping. Bees legs you to see someone who's so passionate lose it and then want it so bad you don't give a crap about anything else. You just want to help them move along their journey without feeling bad because they're a burden on somebody my most proud moments so cuyler behind the scenes when no one's watching him or no one cares. He's going harder than anybody else. That has no hindrance to their athletic ability. Like my tumor messed with brain so much that now. Have a clear conscience right. So it's like all this stuff that was like these little disciplines and things I was thinking about my brain's working full force. Now it's like everything's clear now and like all these things like. Oh Man. I did this better. I can do this so you could see clearly but one of the things that this affected was your highs so I had a really good is before. I'm visually impaired. Some left is basically doesn't work is like over is are fine. It's the nerves from the trauma. I mean that's probably the hardest thing that throughout this whole situation a couple of days. I've surgeries said. Don't take my eyes and that's the only thing that has not come back so that's pretty sad but Like I said it's just something that you can't sit around and.
Ruby Autoformatter! with Penelope Phippen
"Been all. What is your developer? Origin Story That's a great question I guess I got started when I was a kid my birth. My parents have computer or computer adjacent jobs and I was sort of always fascinated so I started programming when I was I was very career young. I think I wrote my first Java program when I was age. Twelve and one of the things does mean is I've been using eclipse for more than half of my life which is always Funny to me but really it came from a instinct to sort of Tanka to really understand how computers walked. And that's that's sort of carrying me through My entire life really like what are the things is that I find myself like messing around with software in my hubby time. As much as you when I'm walking and that has been a really consistent throughout my life And so you're like where I am today. Like is really a product of having been fascinated by computers in my entire life and having sort of manipulated and what with them for a really really long time. I think you're so lucky because I got introduced to computers when I was in high school. My parents encouraged me to take computer science classes and so I felt it was lucky Dietz. Who get that experience early on but for you to know so early on that you enjoyed it and wanted to make a career of it is just something that I feel is still kind of rare in our industry free? Yeah it's I I don't know I find that most of the people I talk to you. like found owned computer science like much much later in their life so like even high school is sort of like relatively early rights are like I know some folks who didn't really look at programming at all until like the second or third. He is of the undergraduate degrees even like later in life career switched switched from a different profession through boot Camp Lasalle teaching or whatever it might be And so yeah like I like. Excuse me I in a sense. Consider myself to be very lucky that I like sort of have developed technical superpowers superpower's just from having been able to do it from a very very early age. That's great well. Our SPEC is a very love framework in the Ruby Community of course and so I would absolutely love to hear how you got involved. Yeah that's A. That's a great question. I'm so I got involved through aspect actually while I was studying full my computer. Science degree Sawyer Iowa's like alongside my degree like teaching myself ruby learning how to build rails applications because Like the community. Not at that time was sort of like just beginning to really exploited out onto the internet like I remember being Sawyer so fascinated by all of the conference Tokes That will sort of coming out of the community. And like the learning and teaching and sort of like niceness that was associated with that And so one day while I was working on rails APP and writing tests with us back doc I encountered a bug and I like looked into the source code of us back and what how how to fix it and sent a poor request request but along the way I was finding lots and lots of places in the SPEC Code base that could like we're meetable to factoring And so I spent maybe like a good six to eight weeks of my life just as a college student. I had loads of free time. I'm like just refer factoring The tunnels of aspect and I ended up sending them so many. Poor quests that essentially they will like. Hey we're going to give you a commitment because these greats and we would like we would like for you to keep doing this and stop bugging us like please please just merge these yourself And so I ended up basically just joining the cool team through like share application an off Wanting to make it better. So where did you gain that experience that you were able to look at the arse back out source code and be able to pinpoint pinpoint the possible re factories that you could do. Did you gain that from school or did you have other open source. Experience Neither I oh this is this is like this is a somewhat difficult question to you on Sir. But essentially essentially just sort of like an aesthetic for wanting to remove jeff location or things that were proving hot to change And so like actually back back at that point in time aspect had Code climate mounted in all of Repos and basically just sort of took it upon myself to just stop moving the code climate grades of the entire base like upwards towards those as really sort of using the insights code climate was providing To find those places and then sort of just thinking about house collapse things together or create new abstractions or whatever it might be right and like at the time Really Oh code. Climate was doing thing was running the flag and flame gems like rubies solo spaces and those just spot sort of like joop located Covered all oil like curd. That is extremely complex so like I was like. Oh yeah this. Totally is a three hundred line function with Grizzly two nested. If statements we can probably make that like like less nested and shorter rate and so like really it was it was an application of stuff I had being directly taught Through those aforementioned sort of like Ruby conference talks I had been watching so there was this like very sort of tight. feedback cycle between the things. I was learning and getting to apply them That was like a very unique experience. I think that was really interesting. I think that's great because even though that happened to you in college I mean we're GonNa get into Ruby format. It just seems to be a pattern throughout your career so aside from the sixty eight weeks that you contributed during your university time What contributions are you most proud of with our SPEC so basically I think perhaps the most interesting thing that happened to us? Back in my tenure I guess there are two things so one is when I joined the aspect team aspect was still on major Russian to And now it's on major three and I did a lot of the work along with the other team members at the time to actually like like deliver that and so I was sort of on the front lines of implementing some of the new keywords and doing method clean Alpina. Actually a big part of it was just deprecating code in a way that didn't break people's test suites which is what we use. The major version for so like aspect has a very strict adherence to semantic brushing and gut. Like when it is people's test suites you like literally cannot break them right like like breaking someone's suite would be like a sort of horrifying thing for aspect to do and so part of it. Frankly just what that people couldn't really detect to make sure that moving from two to three was a seamless as possible in terms. uh-huh of tangible stuff. People have actually probably seen I managed the sort of like rails compatibility of aspect through reversion five and up to version six point zero including implement implementing the compatibility for rail system test which replaced placed feature specs. Basically wholesale and like the system tasks are just like way better than feature specs F. O. were And so like I'm really proud of that one because it sort of took a standardized piece of work that was done by the rails team and specifically I lean you should tell and Sort of integrated with AAs back and that was a lot of fun because like it was done very collaboratively. It wasn't it just sort of me. In a lab that one was like reaching out to folks who have applications like test prototypes and see what upgrading onto those might look like and whether or not there are bugs and that sort of thing but yeah so like broadly. Speaking most of my tenure on our SPEC was either a fixing bugs in aspect all SPEC mocks or maintaining aspect rails through Russians five and up
Islamic State leader leaves a legacy of terror
"This is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Michelle Martin we're gonna begin this hour with that major announcement today from president trump in the morning press conference at the White House the president announced that the leader of ISIS Abu Bakr al Baghdadi had been eliminated that was trumps work only Daddy was one of the world's most wanted figures he was killed and his Syrian safe house by US commander rate we can have several conversations about this about who al Baghdadi was and what this means for the region we're going to start with NPR's Daniel Estrin in Beirut and national security correspondent Greg my re here in our studios in Washington DC and Greg I'm going to start with you let's first start with the details the timeline of the operation president trump gave a vivid cinematic description of what happened here he said eight American helicopters went into this small village they land they don't go into the front of this compound they blast through the walls the interest they track down al Baghdadi and the president says that how Baghdadi has a suicide vest and three kids with them he detonates this killing himself killing the kids no American casualties except for a military dog I think the number of people have been struck by the level of detail that the the president you know offer here including descriptions of what he claims were up and down his last moments did that strike you as a person is cover these issues for sometime was it unusual for that kind of announcement beyond unusual actually quite remarkable I mean this would all fall into the category of classified top secret information for him to just come out and riff and take questions on this providing this this granular level of detail was quite striking and then his defense secretary came on it was mark espera was much more tight lipped about the whole operation today I let me turn to you what's been the reaction in the region I mean you're in Lebanon at the moment and but if you've been following this throughout the region including in Syria what's been the reaction there we've been hearing a whole mix every action from inside Syria we spoke with the researcher in the city of Rucka he's been researching ISIS crimes in the city when isis was there and he says this is a moment of celebration you know trump gave a list of the victims of ISIS you mentioned American journalists humanitarian aid workers killed Christians killed disease killed but actually most of isis is victims were Muslims and just in Syria alone approximately six thousand civilians were killed by ISIS so Syrians civilians I feel very strongly about this man but there is a lot of skepticism this researcher the Syrian man we spoke with thought the US had its own interests in killing Baghdadi he said the US wants to grab Syrian oil which we heard trump's speak about we're also hearing from many Syrians who are skeptical that apple buckle but Daddy actually died they've heard several times before in the past that he had died turned out to be fake news they say we haven't seen the pictures how do we know for sure and we also reached a few Syrians in in live but the city where I'll Doug Daddy was reportedly given safe haven and was targeted living there seems very careful with their words or didn't want to speak at all and they could be scared of retribution from ISIS so Daniel the president thanked many countries in his announcement starting with Russia and Turkey then including Syria and Iraq the Syrian Kurds as well but in that order and that was striking to a number of people what about that I mean does that show that the Kurds are still important players in fighting the extremist threat despite president trump's decision to back away from well it's a very interesting to hear how the the STF the Kurdish led forces in Syria have been speaking about what happened today first of all their top commander said that they had been tracking Abu Bakr al Baghdadi is movements and location for the last five months that they were part of the intelligence cooperation in planning for the US to nab about Daddy but that that operation was delayed by a month because of the recent Turkish offensive after we heard that about Daddy was killed they praise the operation they said it was a joint Curtis U. S. operation just days ago though we heard from the top commander they were very upset with Donald Trump for withdrawing US troops and leaving them exposed to a Turkish offensive what Greg this comes at a time when a standard just point out the president's pulling US troops out of Syria putting a stop to what he has called endless wars it is there a contradiction in US policy then between wanting to destroy ISIS and other terror groups overseas but still wanting to bring US forces home I mean is there a contradiction US policy a fundamental contradiction that's existed throughout the the president's time in office we're going to hit all of these groups whether it's ISIS of the Taliban or al Qaeda but it's time to bring Americans home and the president seem not bothered by this contradiction today he said we we carried out a very successful operation in Syria and yes we're still bringing the troops home he seem to see it as as so you see we can do both while critics are already saying no you can't this was an operation that required a special operators in the US working with Kurds and you want to leave an area of the intelligence goes cold very quickly so you you can't really have it both ways you can stay and fight or you can leave but hard to do both before we let each of you go I do want to hear from each of you on this what is the strategic significance of the death of opportunity right the death of al Baghdadi does not end ISIS we've learned that time and again when the leaders of terrorists groups are killed however you should also look at the number of things that have happened in the past couple of years ISIS has lost its territory it's lost its revenue streams it no longer has recruits flowing in and now they've lost a very important leader this group is not dead they still have lots of fighters out there but they are in no way organized the way that they were so they've been greatly weakened but they still exist Daniel what about you it's true that ISIS isn't dead it exists in many different permutations and groups across the region and finally the city it live is a place where we're hearing many ISIS operatives fled to that area after the fall of the ISIS territorial caliphate and the question is will they be able to regroup there that was and personally scar Spahn Daniel Estrin in Beirut and national security correspondent quick Myrick here in our studios in Washington DC thank you both so much for talking to us my pleasure thanks we're going to turn now to someone whose life was directly affected by Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and the rise of ISIS James Foley was an American journalist covering the civil war in Syria in two thousand twelve he was captured in northern Syria by ISIS and held captive for nearly two years then in two thousand fourteen he was killed in a gruesome manner beheaded in what would become something of a signature of the Islamic state he was the first American to be killed by ISIS in his honor and name his mother I am fully created the James W. fully legacy foundation which advocates for the safe return of American hostages abroad and protection of journalists and she's with us now from her home via Skype thankfully thank you so much for speaking with us today my pleasure we shop how are you reacting to today's events well we're very grateful my shall we have to be I am very grateful to president trump our intelligence community and the military for fall waiting and finding al Baghdadi and stopping him our he obviously wanted to continue to regroup and continue his reign of terror so it is a blow to isis and I'm very grateful we had there US troops in country to make that happen ask you though today what does this does this bring up anything for you I mean I know what you know the word closure is so controversial people think it's some people think it's ridiculous some people think it it actually kind of capture something or says something does the death of this person who who because your son's death does this bring anything for you does it and anything for you does that term what what is it bring up for you well it protects others from whatever he was planning to do start money the thing that would bring me the most solace is does ISIS fighters who have been captured I would like them to be brought to trial and the federal criminal court here in the U. apps I'm grateful that two alleged Jack hottest Cody and I'll shake our impact in US custody and I'm hoping they'll be brought to trial but there are thousands of others and I feel it's very important that the international community hold them responsible by bringing them to trial and if convicted put away for the rest of their lives how do you hope the elder Jerry might be captured alive so that he could face trial yes he would have been able to answer so many questions but it appears he detonated himself he didn't want that to happen so he wanted to be a martyr for his because I'm sure so obviously that would have been the past the more we can take into custody and bring to trial the better however as you can see from there and present is that it's hard to find the will to bring them to trial and there's a lot of blocks in that regard but I feel that is necessary to actually stop terrorism is to bring these folks who inflicted such terror to try and hold them accountable for their horrific Dietz we let you go how does this how does the work of the fully foundation proceed does the does al Baghdadi is death affect the work of the foundation in anyway well anytime we can capture people who are from loading hostage taking which he surely wise that is a win he wives using human victims to inflict yes terror on the country and the citizens in that area so yes of course that's a help I would just or that our administration might give a higher priority to innocent Americans when they first taken hostage to maybe hopefully prevent some of that horrific crime so but I I certainly applaud today's victory and it is a victory for the free world was stand for Lee she's the president and founder of the James to be fully legacy foundation she's the mother of the slain US journalist James Foley who was killed by ISIS in two thousand fourteen she was with us today via Skype painfully thank you so much for talking with us thank you so much for
"dietz" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"In my opinion when somebody does a bilateral jump so the double-leg jump with no matter what ply metric it is can be hurdle hopson hurdle hops or go to for me. It actually screws up the neurological pattern in my opinion you get a negative feedback loop and then. I just fix it as soon soon as they're done or accumulation. Maybe we're thinking mostly unilateral with a gradual shift the bilateral and then what we're thinking power and speed we're GONNA support that with high power and high forces in the wavering using bilateral activities and bilateral jobs to match the power speak qualities you wanNA see in support in got to concentrate on just the neurological load on the body is like all just rudiments series that you would start with you know those just those low amplitude hops you know right foot right foot and so on left foot left foot and just going in these. d- going forward backwards side to side go inside outside outside going side inside things like that and just progressing to into maybe some balancing whether in working from extensive to intensive and from what I've seen over the past just from some teams I've worked with starting in that manner and then progressing to more intense unilateral jumping of course doing the weight room exercises well along with some bilateral exercises weight room but staying on staying on the unilateral jumping plow metric work I. I felt like it's I can't. I can't say I approve can prove it right but it's I felt like there was a great tissue resiliency built that was Caldeans Cameron Diaz and Chad Dennis speaking on elements of unilateral and bilateral training training.
David Dietz, Peter Navarro And Congress discussed on Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular
"Records on Wall Street as the Dow Jones industrial average notched its first record since October while the S. and P. five hundred index climbed for a fifth day extending its high another record their nasdaq also a record Wall Street though looking ahead to Friday morning's jobs report David Dietz as president and founder of point few financial services based on the fact that we saw very little increase in jobless claims and the data this morning AT P. figures came up with about a hundred thirty five thousand jobs but they're usually low by about thirty to thirty five thousand we think we're going to have about a increase in jobs about a hundred and fifty to one sixty which would be a nice rebound from may's about seventy six thousand increase White House trade adviser Peter Navarro says Dow thirty thousand is coming if the fed lowers rates in Congress approves president trump's new U. S.