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"driscoll" Discussed on Today in True Crime
Omni Hotels Accepted Millions In PPP Funds But Didn't Pay Workers
"A lot of hotels closed their doors in the spring. And some still haven't reopened. These hotels were able to keep their workers on the payroll because of funding from the federal paycheck protection program. But one national chain omni hotels and resorts is under fire for laying off than and workers. They use the funds for other purposes bill driscoll of member station w. esa in pittsburgh reports one. Leadoff worker is killed. Sia moronta a health club attendant at the omni. Providence in rhode island. She's worked there twenty one years more onta. A single mother with children applied for unemployment and food stamps. Then she heard what she thought was good news. I well struggling to provide for my family. I learned that they only have received some ppp money great. At least you know. They're going to help us. Can't buy when it comes to basic needs. The ppp is the paycheck protection program. The half trillion dollar initiative was part of the huge pandemic relief. Package congress passed in march. The p p offered loans. That are forgivable if employers you sixty percent of the money for payroll related expenses. Ep was designed as an alternative to unemployment at least for the eight weeks of payroll benefits. It supplied the omni. Providence applied for a two point six million dollar loan and said it would be chained some two hundred fifty jobs. Balloon was approved in april but eight months later with unemployment benefits run out and health coverage long-gone meranti and the other laid off are still waiting right now. We are in december and we having here anything about using that money to help. James employees moronta belongs to the service workers union unite here with three hundred thousand members. In north america using government data unite. Here says omni. Hotels received a total of seventy six million dollars. P p p loans about a third of that went to hotels where the union represents workers. Carlos outta maiyo is unite. Here's executive vice president boston. I've spoken to hundreds of workers to work at the army. Parker house at not of them have received a single dime of this money and looking at this winter a lot of them could really use it. So where did the money go in a statement. The omni chain based in dallas said it didn't use the funds to pay workers because the hotels were closed or operating at low volumes. Ppp rules allow a business to use the funds for payroll even if it were closed but the omni chose not to instead the chain promised to repay the loans with interest at least the part of the loans that are not forgiven but these loans carry a below market interest rate of just one percent which angers demayo it's disgusting companies. Wanna try to use this as a way to get a low interest loan from the federal government. Critics say repaying the loans beside the point. Lisa gilbert is executive vice president of watchdog group public citizen. Thank you think about other businesses. That maybe didn't get money because he did either to small businesses over struggling or another company that might if you actually pay their workers as for these workers. Many feel betrayed again. You'll see moronta only call family. They always say that. We are finally so where the family treatment when it comes to the employees the unite here union has asked the small business administration which administers the ppp and the us department of treasury to scrutinize the omni loans. Whether they are forgiven remains undetermined even as congress approves a new round of pandemic relief
Kendall Hinton: What we know about the Denver Broncos' emergency quarterback
"Air turning to a rookie practice squad right wide receiver to be their starting quarterback tomorrow. Kendall Hinton last played quarterback at Wake Forest. All of Denver's quarterbacks are under coronavirus protocols because they were not wearing masks when they were around Jeff Driscoll, who tested positive for the virus. Broncos versus Saints today. Don't miss it.
"driscoll" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
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36 states seeing surge in COVID-19 cases
"Rallies in Michigan and Wisconsin, saying the nation is rounding the corner when it comes to covert 1936 states are seeing rising hospitalizations with many states. Clearing record one day increases in cases Alabama head coach Nick Saban, who tested positive on Wednesday, would be on the sidelines in the game against Georgia. The Mayo Clinic urges no trick or treating this Halloween Salem, Massachusetts cancelled its month of events, but people are still coming to visit leading Mare Kim Driscoll once again to urge people to stay away this October. Is not the typical array of activities you would see on Halloween and we really need to curtail that activity. There is progress in some former hot spots. Governor Andrew Cuomo says Select lockdowns in New York City neighborhoods have worked. He's reopening some movie theaters in the state at reduced capacity. There are over 8.1 Million Corona virus case is now in the United States. 219,000 have died.
Boston - ‘This Is Not The Year To Come To Salem’: City Puts More Restrictions On Crowds
"Holiday news, the city of Salem is urging visitors to say away this month as officials cancel parades, bands, fireworks and the like for Halloween this year, Mayor Kim Driscoll says So far it hasn't stopped people from coming to the BC. Suzanne Saz Ville tells us They're ramping up the efforts now even more normally, with Halloween on a Saturday, Salem can get up to 50,000 people in a day and canceling Halloween is a big financial hit. Obviously, public health comes first when it comes to Covitz Salem is in the yellow Zone with a one 2% positivity rate, and Mayor Driscoll wants to keep it That way. We are planning some additional restrictions that you'll see put in place this weekend. They include limiting access to the Essex Street pedestrian mall. We will eliminate one entrance point on the West end near the Peabody Essex Museum will be installing barricades and, she says, finds and cease and desist orders are not off the table. We still can't allow the sorts of crowds that are gathering here to continue in Salem, Suzanne Saws Ville W. B Z Boston's news radio.
"driscoll" Discussed on Business Wars Daily
"The Wyoming strawberries will simply go to locations that aren't easily accessible now and added capacity will just help to satisfy America's growing demand for more and more fresh produce. Rome closer to home sustainable. From wandering this business wars daily subscribe on Apple podcasts spotify the wondering APP or wherever you're listening right now join one re plus in the wonder apt to listen at three. I'm your host David Brown. This episode was written and produced by Elaine Appleton grant edited by important our.
Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round
"Wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October fifteenth. What's on your plate for lunch today a salad some fruit. Since, the pandemic began many of us are eating healthier or at least trying to and all those additional leafy Greens and Berries on your plate have to come from somewhere preferably somewhere that reduces long distance food miles and maybe improves the taste over those deadly dull hothouse tomatoes. Our Appetite for fresh produce is fueling big growth in hot new industry vertical farming. On Monday, Driscoll's America's biggest strawberry provider said, it will start growing some of it strawberries in an indoor vertical farm that farm is run by San. Francisco AG Tech. Company. Plenty. Unlimited. Driscoll's new huge greenhouse will be in Laramie Wyoming hardly the nation's strawberry capital anticipating consumers possible objections driscoll says strawberries grown vertically without dirt or fresh air or just as tasty. Perhaps tastier than those grown on its California farms founded in twenty fourteen plenty unlimited began growing mountains of leafy Greens in a San Francisco vertical greenhouse last year. It now supplies leafy Greens to hundreds of Safeway, and Albertson's grocery stores in California. If you were to walk into its High Tech Greenhouse, you'd look up and up and up at endless walls of Kale a regular lettuce in Missoula. Mix. The company is green in more ways than one. They say, they use no GMO's and no pesticides because they don't spray for bugs plenty makes the startling claim that you don't even need to wash their produce and like other vertical farms plenty claims to use a tiny fraction of and water compared to traditional farming about one percent of land in less than five percent of water. Most vertical farms launched with Greens which grow well hydroponically and aeroponics not to mention they take less space than say tomatoes and strawberries. Moreover, local Greens are popular. They're also delicate which makes them great candidates for one of the purported benefits offered by tech indoor farms. That is if you can use controlled indoor conditions including led lights, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and recycled water to grow food on a large scale, you can put these greenhouses anywhere whether it be damned, and if you can grow strawberries in frozen Laramie Wyoming year round, you can shrink food miles the average. Plate of food travels fifteen hundred miles before it winds up on our table shrinking those food miles is good for the environment. It's also good for most produce great for grains. But now that vertical Greens have been proven, it's time to expand into other fruits and vegetables which brings us back to driscoll's the strawberry giant. It supplies a third of all strawberries in America and it's making a big investment in plenty. The Financial Times reports that high profile deal is only one of a flurry of investments signaling the news that high tech indoor farming is here to stay. Recently revel Greens. Minnesota startup raised almost seventy million dollars growing. It's total investment to two hundred million dollars using rainwater and snow. Melt. Company grows lettuce in mammoth greenhouses in California Texas and of course, it home in Minnesota with its new money rebel Greens plans to expand its Texas footprint according to the Star Tribune newspaper.
Drew Lock lost to Broncos between 2-6 weeks after Steelers defeat
"News Radio Times 10 0 to the Broncos lost to the Steelers 26 21 today, falling tow on two on the season. They also lost their starting quarterback to injury in the first quarter. Jew Lock will have more tests on his injured throwing shoulder Monday. There are reports he could miss 2 to 6 weeks back up. Quarterback Jeff Driskel threw two touchdown passes, including one to running back Melvin Gordon in the fourth quarter school in the pocket floats. One up is that Gordon in the end zone, Gordon goes up makes the catch and he's got a Denver touchdown, Driscoll says. Even though back Quarterbacks don't get a lot of reps in practice. They still need to be ready to go. Being a backup in the NFL is you have to be ready to go without getting those wraps and everybody understands that And it's not an excuse for You know for not executing coach Vic Fangio talked about the team's mindset. Now that they are going to we got the right kind of people here in the right kind of players would show good fight. Our effort is good.
Better Food, Better Health with Lauren Driscoll
"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket saw Marquez here. Today I have the privilege of hosting Loren Driscoll. She's a healthcare strategist and entrepreneur and founded project well to support health plan's efforts to address critical non-clinical needs of their members nutritional and social isolation. Lauren is also a senior adviser in the strategy practice of partners, a health intelligence firm founded by former secretary of human health, and Human Services. Michael. Abbott Prior to partners Lawrence, served as corporate director of Oxford Health plans. Medicare business learns also co chair of the United States of care entrepreneurs. Council Lauren is also a board member at health works a healthcare organization that addresses the root causes of illness, poverty and neglect in Burundi. Africa she served as the Acting Executive Director of village health works and has also member of the University of Virginia College of Arts and Sciences Foundation Board. Lauren grew up in Baltimore Maryland, she received her bachelor's in University of Virginia, her masters in public health from. University today, we're GONNA be diving into the topic of really health through what you eat and the work that they're doing it project well as fascinating food as medicine and Lauren. is going to be helping US understand how they're helping people stay healthy and thrive with what they eat or in such a privilege to have you here today. Saw Thank you so much for inviting me to talk with you absolutely now, I love the focus of food are you and I had a chance to connect before the interview and it's near and dear to my heart might my family's heart what we matter so much before we dive into the value prop you guys have. I love to learn more about what inspires your work in healthcare. Sure. Yeah. There are really three things. So that have really told me end healthcare I would say I is just my beliefs that older adults really deserve better. There's just so much sort of preventable hardship and suffering with respect to health and you know I guess I feel like it's just super unfair that after spending their lives doing the best they can and often nurturing sort of next generations that we aren't doing a better job out with respect to the crowd disease that. So many of our older adults southwest so that that's number one number two I would say is just the unfortunate inefficiency of our US healthcare system. Part of me I, almost think I might have been a process engineer or something in another life that drives me crazy to not take the shortest path between two points and so I look at situations in our US healthcare today especially say with dual eligible 's the care for those who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid and therefore sort of among the most vulnerable in our country, and yet there's just there's so much inefficiency with these two payments streams and the two sets of rules really creating just you know perverse incentives that. End Up causing these folks to sort of Ping Pong around our system and Drive exorbitant costs and not even particularly good health outcome. So I would say it's inefficiencies like that that. You know really draw me into healthcare. and. Then the final one is you know you you introduce which is just I am such a believer and food as medicine I. Think it's very simple. Good food leads to good health and so as simple as that sounds and sort of even elegant. It's clear that there's just a sort of glaring missed opportunity and our country to really leverage the power of food. So it's really a combination of these these three things that inspired me to start project well. Get for you and You captured some heavy stuff there lauren, you know older adults deserve better and you know we're inefficient and food candy medicine and it is. So let's dive into this. You know what? What exactly is project well, and how you guys adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Sure. So our mission out. So to start out by explaining project, well, tell your mission. Is really just to improve the lives of those who are suffering with with chronic disease. Often food insecurity and loneliness, and to bend the healthcare cost curve as we do it. So our solution is centered on food and. Look, at food and. Medicine but also as an anchor for socialization and Education Man's the end of the day we know people come together around food. and. So we are a young company. So we are really starting with home delivered meals and meal kits for those who really have sort of the most nutritionally sensitive chronic disease. So thank diabetes and heart disease and we're starting they're both because these are the people that have the greatest level of need we can help them us. But also because are proof of concept pilots drive results there must quickly.
"driscoll" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Highlight. But probably what I'm most known for my career is being punched by Daniel Priscilla in the. Semi. Finals, and that was all over the media and it was really hard to my family because New York Ranger fans were attacking me personally. And I just told him don't read it. Don't don't even pick it up. Don't look at it. Don't read it and I that's what I've done. I. Do feel for the guys there isn't a different standard they're out there the players play a little bit differently they go out there these guys that are selected they're the best they have and they. Know. It just the intensity and the scrutiny picks up because it is the playoffs. So her sure. Could you? Could you pick An official or two I mean maybe this is unfair. But guys that were just so good at what they did. Like maybe you learned from or or you're like man, these guys are the gold standard. While for me I mean it's a long list just stick to linesmen by Ray scapinello. He was an amazing linesmen. I worked my first. My first playoff game with him. My first time in the second round with him I worked a game seven in two thousand four in the third round. So if you work a game seven in the third round, you're going to the finals and again in the finals He was just unbelievable. was a good teacher to people that wanted to be taught and he was. An excellent I think he did four hundred playoff games twenty Stanley. Cup on so. Another guy. Your favorite lines went on Face Offs Kevin Collins he's my. Higher as it official coming through I used to watch NHL. Games. I used to I wanted to emulate what they were doing there, and cabin was my idol going in I worked with Ron Aseltine a fair bit. He was my first roommate in training camp. His nickname was the bear. That's why they called me the cub for Cubby now. Leon stickle I. Think I have a little bit of Leon. Because his last year in the League was. Ninety seven in he did I did thirty three games with him and he was grooming me for the playoffs but he was a guy that was out there that. A guy would come up and yell at them and Leon would just look at it and he tilt his head and say I think I look really good night helmet even though it was a big nose, I? Think that. Abby. On. Guy. Who Retired with me? The Standard. Of Professionalism in and fitness in the Great Leader of these guys are unbelievable. So I definitely those four right there guys right there really helped me along while a couple of things that we should get to to Ray with Scott number one. I just assumed you know when you've been around the National Hockey League for as long as you are. There's a place for you in hockey operations with the NHL, in some capacity but. You're joining the coaching ranks right Scott. You've on with the University of Wealth Women's team as. An assistant coach. Yes. Good for you, you must be excited about that when things normalized or win they normalized. Yeah. It's a I'm GonNa Tucker personal elected to try to plan ahead and last year right about right about now year ago I had my niece scope at my third knee surgery. And I was rehabbing university wealth by myself skating around and I had known I know the head coach and the assistant coach fairly well. So one day I walked in the office when they had recently lost an assistant coach to to tier two junior hockey and I said you know what? I'd really be interested in in thinking you'll get into coaching and Rachel said we'll. We'll talk about it during the year. So when I was available during the year I would go watch them play I even went watched a couple of recruits play and then once my season ended and and. We were told that we weren't going to become a back at that when the regular season ended art, we're technically retired now I reached out to Rachel again and she said we talked on the phone we she goes yeah we'd like to have you aboard. So it's a I coached before coached many sports by hockey card to coach when I was away twenty two days of mine I did coach my oldest son or my youngest son's a high school boys junior team one year really liked. I just liked the the Camaraderie I taught the system that I wanted rain with like because we had an three is all the time and a lot of backcheck nobody. Got All hang up the net all the time trying to score. So you better not be a conservative coach score. A goal. So many goals by having an f. three and then they also came back and helped out on defense so. I'm looking forward to the challenge. It's shifting gears so like I said so you know the future see what the future holds. How how is your family got through this last five six months or five months whatever it's been. Now, we've endured amine with the. With the the better weather, it's been nice little more freedom to get outside and and kids are working and it's You know they weren't really sure what it going to be like to have data around every but. We've seen to survived it all right now..
"driscoll" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Be they would be the winter classics both of them they're such great events and other fire, my first playoff game or my first regular season game. There's definitely a great moments. Did, do you feel okay once the Stanley Cup? Gets pockets the ice you is it just a game to an official like player say it's or are you nervous? Are you? Or you heightened because it's the final. in the finals I, think because of the the fact that you've endured because you're competing against the law to guys for those four linesmen spots in the finals. I think to get their relief. I think it's a vote of competence and I think there is a little bit nervous, but there's a tremendous amount of. Confidence when we're on the ice that they believe, I can do the job and I'm going to do the job so. That that's definitely. A big factor in it are you paying attention to social media? Now we bring it to the two thousand and Nineteen Thousand Twenty Stanley Cup playoffs. I. Mean you're you're no stranger to criticism obviously throughout your career, it certainly comes of territory but I mean on an annual basis you can wind your watch when we in the media start talking about. The changing standard or complaining about officiating in varying forms, I mean you lived it but now that you're not living in, do you feel for the guys when you're watching on TV or if you take a moment to scroll through or less than the social media while one of the benefits of being NANTEUIL officials, we're not allowed to have any social media. And I made it a practice. I really didn't read the newspaper. I guess. One of the one of the highlights and not even a highlight. But probably what I'm most known for my career is being punched by Daniel Priscilla in the. Semi. Finals, and that was all over the media.
"driscoll" Discussed on Ghost Town
"He actually won. Technically one and for juvenile. Skar well, a Juvie Juvie. Oh. For his roles in the film. So dear to my heart and the window So pretty successful. Wow, and like many young stars. Last. Yeah. I think especially when you're currency is being accused Disney star to like we see that all the time now honestly when we like talk about like the sprouse brothers who are in good shape you know for the most part like they're still working and stuff but or you see them get into things or whatever like I can't I would imagine this happening in the fifties being a Disney star then it being like we said like forty fold. And I mean Look Ryan gosling whatever happened to him and he was a you know he was a Disney. Person, wasn't he? YEAH ISN'T MICKEY MOUSE CLUB WITH LAKE And Britney Spears free who also Senate with them but they were more more. Some of them are are doing better than others I will say that. Ryan gosling though you know. What I I used to see them all the time at blackout, which bar when we used to go to bars remember that down sunset and he was as hot as you have seen on the films and I've seen him on the film's you've seen as. You get older your voice changes you look different. Even at the height of where he plays Peter. Pan, he was dropped by Disney. That's crazy. Yeah. and. It's they're like, let's get married. Martin here like what they? What was the plan? Well. Here Howard Hughes. And his fingernails and urine chambers is maybe pre that but on the Handsome when he looked like in my mind Leonardo DiCaprio and the. So according to Hollywood biographer. Marc Eliot when Howard Hughes or Ko he in effect became the owner of Disney studios he controlled the money and he hated Bobby Driscoll quo he hated Hollywood kids. He. Thought they were precocious weren't real an incredibly annoying. He didn't want Bobby Driscoll to be with Disney anymore. Interesting business to be when you're I hate kids. Yeah. Sir what you like fifty eight year olds. Thing I'm like, what does the I think? He makes some fair point like, yeah I'm like stage kids are annoying I've been around them. It is annoying but like As opposed yeah. What are you going to get some like old voice actor? What's it's GonNa be the great grandparent trap. IDEA. I like that. Well, let's run with it. I. I'm giving that the green light. Somebody got your checkbook because we wanna make that. So that doesn't help especially when it's not even you know we're in a couple of flops or there's no way to find us. You're really at the height. This is where you know the really the pivoting should be happening to. Have More Front and center, and then you get dropped when studios would kind of contracts like old Hollywood thing you were like you with Disney you're with our Ko with paramount or whatever the case may be. So it wasn't just like wildest go addition for something else just really didn't work like that. So. He found some acting work post Disney. But he also found heroin. During. You went back to high school in this kind of normal world. That's awful and it was probably tough for him because..
"driscoll" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Got longtime enemy to linesmen, Scotty Driscoll and episode thirty seven Terrific Storyteller some history with Ray Ferraro. So I know I'm looking forward to this ray or are you looking forward took because? Don't give everything away here but but I would say that you got developed a relationship over time but yeah, like many long standing in good fun relationships. This one started a little sketchy. We we came. We covered a lot of ground I will say all m from him being wrong. And me trying to correct him. Right. His version of the story is going to be much different than that. Yeah I'm looking forward to. Good man good man. He's a he. He will He will be entertaining for sure. We've got ask rain drinks anything and we'll get to the Toronto Maple leafs and kind of Peru's Canada in headlines as well. But there's a lot of attention that people want us to spend on the maple leafs in post mortem. So we've got some of that coming up in ask Ray and dregs anything I'd be remiss I mean you look relaxed look comfortable. You almost look guy who's been camping for three four days and you'll were. How did it go? Did you enjoyed have a good time with the foul I think this is the fourth year for us and Cami had always been. I WANNA go camping I wanNA, go camping, and she's from Chicago. She's never camped in her life, but we have some friends that go quite frequently and they said, hey, why don't you common? We went as as a group. been. Four years in a row. I love IT I. I think it's awesome I mean I. Don't know what you're supposed to do when you can't we do a lot of nothing. and. Moore at the beach or ride our bikes or whatever I I really like it so. I I picked her you and Cami and the kids and the two families camping, and in my mind I'm thinking of like a sixty eight foot. With you know a king size bed and a couple of bathrooms satellite TV because I've traveled enough with you and I've I've been to a few world championships with you where you always have the best suite in the hotel you were away it is. We were an air herring for how long he'll months. My Room. If you put the if it was one of those old fashioned doors where you put the key in, it would broke the window on the other side. That's how big my room wants. This little shoebox for six weeks anyway. No, we can't. We're we're GONNA tent. We got blow up mattresses Yeah. That's it. Now if we had one of those big. Wheel delays you're talking about yeah. I wouldn't be able to drive the thing you the schedule and boy you'd be. You'd be willing that thing all well, never get backed into a spot. That's a fair point. So probably four or five years ago my family and I. Rented an RV to go visit my sister in Saskatchewan they've got a place. Fishing Lake. Like, yeah. Exactly Fishing League and we land in. Regina go up to pick this rental RV up and there's like an eighty mile per hour wind and I got it. Right? It's Wendy. What's what's the big deal until we got out on the highway and obviously there's not a lot of coverage. And this land yacht was. Blowing all over the road and I'm like it's going to take. We had to drive two hours and I felt like he was going to take eight hours because I go faster than like fifty miles per hour because the wind was going to blow us off throat like by my wife and kids are getting seasick a hot. Army, we had to stop a couple of dimes because it was like going all over the place. So see I'd be free out if that happened is that right? Oh. Yeah. We will but I'm not getting one of those big land yacht you're talking about I can't park it. I'd have to keep driving. I'd be like Chevy Chase in European vacation just kept driving around. You always put yourself in a position where you're going forward. So if you have to stop for groceries, you go the furthest part of the parking. Lot Right. So you don't have tobacco anywhere and it's always directed to the the accent too. You know. So there you go. There's your tip. Tip for the day like it never use the washroom either because I was terrified of actually having to release the valves and how many have we seen over the years? Swear you release that valve but it it doesn't work out. So well, forty nine no, no. Good. We didn't do that. Well, I'm.
"driscoll" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Bobby Driscoll was a child star and like a lot of child stars those stars. Fade. Oh. Yeah. They don't grow into maturity and become Super Dwarf Stars and burn brightly for years and years to come fortunately this one. Burnt out pretty quickly and pretty tragically And, Bobby Driscoll was a Disney star. So I think. Billy's for us and for this podcast kind of Lens like. An a certain. Strange history you know when you anytime you mix in Disney. Classic iconic but also, Disney has its own thing. Yeah Disney it's another. I think for me like trying to pinpoint exactly what that is that extra thing it's like Disney has such a level of knowledge and familiarity and all of our lives. It's like another thing that you're like Oh this familiar thing turned on its head or like the dark side of this thing that we think is so wholesome and American. Yeah and you know there's sometimes there's a price to pay now. Sometimes, there is no. Yeah. No, it's not just in Oh you do this and only good things will happen nothing beggar possibly happen when you're thrust into stardom. I mean. But in the nineteen forties is a great time to be a child star. Oh? Yeah. You're not taking advantage of at all. There's no weird bad regulations as. Long as you on whenever you want so. Strap in for this one, we're. GonNa. Take a little trip starting in the nineteen forties but he appeared bobby driscoll appeared in Disney films including Song of the South which Shaw. There's a little bit of context very controversial, but it is a fact of of this episode. So, dear to my heart treasure island and Melody Time I. Am sure I've seen treasure island melody time not so sure he also voiced goofy junior. Oh, animated shorts pretty iconic. and. Those two shorts were fathers are people and father's Lion His last role for Disney is what really put on the map and it was the voice of Peter Pan for the nineteen fifty-three animated film of the same name..
Salem, Boston, Imposes Mask Mandate
"Mandatory mask mandate his in full effect this order coming down the pike. As Massachusetts Koven numbers continue to move in the right direction. Veces James Rowhouses live in Salem and tells us the mayor is concerned about the warming weather. Good morning, James. Good morning, Jim. So warmer weather usually means more people outside, which means more potential visitors from out of state. And that's the big worry of Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll. Well crowded downtown numbers in parks and in our city centers became really necessary. And that's why the board of Health this week issued a mandate that requires everyone over the age of to toe wear a face mask while in downtown and the city parks the re opening of continued and found a visitor destinations while we're not seeing You know the large number of tourists visitors that we might see in a typical year. There's still a lot of folks here, many of whom are coming from states that have higher count, And so the mask mandated, will remain in effect seven days a week. From eight o'clock in the morning, all the way to a one o'clock in the morning, Driscoll says. People could face fines, but they'd rather try educating everyone on the importance of wearing a mask
Cruise lines face lawsuit and investigation over virus response
"Congress has launched an investigation into how carnival cruise line responded to the outbreak and royal Caribbean is facing a lawsuit over the wrongful death of a crew member due to the coronavirus Kris van cleave reports the wrongful death lawsuit was filed on behalf of twenty seven year old geo co a housekeeping employee from Indonesia the suit claims he contracted covert nineteen on royal Caribbean's symphony of the seas getting sick only after passengers left the ship how prepared with the cruise lines for dealing with code ninety it's very clear that the entire cruise industry dramatically mishandled the entire this operates not only as it relates to passengers but also as a crew member's maritime attorney Michael Winkelman represents the man's family I think had they taken the steps that pretty much every single person around the world seeking I don't think you would be dead today how they implemented proper social distancing quarantines given proper master everybody I think that joke would still be alive today the roughly fifty three billion dollar cruise industry has been in dry dock since mid March after a number of highly publicized corona virus outbreaks polls show more than one in five Americans say it'll be a year or longer before they set foot on a cruise ship but carnival is hoping to restart service on eight vessels from ports in Florida and Texas by late summer saying it submitted a plan to the centers for disease control are there people who actually want to get on a cruise ship right now the short answer is yes absolutely Erin Florio from Conde Nast traveler says bookings for cruises in twenty twenty one appear strong but there will be changes on board when they first get on board there's going to be a lot of temperature checks people might be denied boarding they don't have proper medical notes but before those ships take on passengers Congress has some questions the chairman of the house transportation committee sent this letter to carnival demanding information about its response to corona virus and there's another issue more than a hundred U. S. citizens working on cruise ships that cannot come home the CDC won't allow them to disembark until cruise lines agreed to a plan to get them home in quarantine murshid performer Ryan Driscoll has been essentially stranded at sea for sixty days his ship hasn't seen passengers since mid March and bottom line he'd like to go home yeah I'd like to go home yes of course royal Caribbean declined comment on the lawsuit but says it has reached an agreement with the CDC to start bringing home its American crewmembers carnival says it will cooperate with the congressional investigation and is still working with the CDC to bring Americans like Ryan back home the CDC says it does not have enough information yet to determine if the plans to resume cruise service are safe
"driscoll" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"People caretakers. It's more of a shift. In emphasis shifting thinking more naming else rather than an implementable action and changing. Someone's thinking is a is a very difficult thing to try to achieve again. I'll go back to what you were saying. She was talking about client manages opposed to to actual property managers. I've always believed it's asset management and. That's what essentially is so being broader in what we do not to focus. Ob drawn down into the the problem element of property management. Let's face it. There's a hell of a lot of problems and a number of headaches but understanding and seeing that the bigger picture also for principals as well to to educate and upskill themselves. If you had to go to. Let's say an Eric Frog on the site. You'll see a number of real estate principles. Eric you see far less equivalent being open open of course so what I typically find is going back to that journey of a principal most of them salespeople that have kind of stepped up this is your biggest asset. This is your retirement fund. And you've got to get in there. Don't pass off to somebody else decalogue after you've got to get in and you know every last aspect element of that business so in the if a property manager was unwell one day you could step in and do their job because once you start doing that you start realizing hang on it. Why do we do that? Why do we do this? Why do we have this technology? There's a there's a better more efficient turn out there and I don't think enough principals actually do that enough going get their hands dirty and educate and upskill themselves yourselves property management. It's very foreign to them. Many ways. Yeah absolutely will. There's no excuses with Eric this year. She going Gary Can often marched together. All okay there's there's plug. Yeah I listened on some actionable tips for the listeners. Because we love getting actionable tips and since taking shy nights I tried to get a minimum of six links. It's my personal. KPI High Top agents stop partners. What are they focusing on right? Now being hyper local Oku educating people as I touched on earlier really really during the undestanding their role that purpose who they serve and that's essentially what we need to see themselves as another thing that sort of coming to terms visit they content providers. I mean again our region magazine. I've seen the POCUS. There's numerous people have been before me. You've said the same thing understanding content providers but also understanding what they're actually good at so I've seen a number of them trying to trying to themselves. You need to double down on being a salesperson listing selling. I would introduce a third party. WHO's an expert in that field to aid and assist you in that respect so absolutely being being local talking about local matters getting out and about meeting people but also really understanding digital spice and getting for parties to come in tonight and assist you in that respect? What's the best pace of actionable advice you've ever been given about real estate business? I suppose it sends around time really yet. Don't suffer fools appreciate appreciate in value. Time is the most precious of commodities use it wisely and kind of get to the point. I have a propensity to be verbose. Sometimes so the outages wise one hundred words when you can use twenty so cutting to the chase getting to the point and doing so not because rude or obnoxious just because you then create Motaung to do maybe more productive things day speaking of productivity what is your best productivity cheap or your favorite productivity tool at the moment on old school cool in that respect so what like a whirlwind so I may not work as long hours of some of the people in the industry but boy oh boy when on it on it and I think one of the things you just call all the noise Mrs Simple as that. Don't get distracted. Even something as simple as batching emails. For argument's sake you know we're very impulsive. Response any lastly distraction because we almost welcome distraction in many ways so just literally just tunnel vision literally just tunnel vision. And that's what you need to do and you can do that. Maybe two or three times a day so to speak. But yeah just eliminating distractions and we all know around distractions so just get away from them. That's good advice. Say any books. What's your favorite booked? You've ever read now. I'm going to sound like a right dummy here. I actually haven't read a boat for probably about five years and that's not to say unread unread or unintelligent I actually probably spend up to fifteen forty five minutes to an hour and a half. Every day seeking information. I have a hunger for information. I have a hunger for for self-improvement I read all the time. I just don't read books so I listen to podcasts. I read a lot of obstacles talking books. I read a lot of our allies. I shouldn't books bit lazy but it's a shortcut about finding out the juicy parts. I'm somebody who just fills my head with as as much as I possibly can. If you ever need an extra team member when you pop trivia quiz give us a shout but yeah I mean I think also a number of people perhaps watching this who don't read books themselves and they probably feel less intelligent because of that. Don't as long as you still have the desire to go out and self improve and learn. That's fine you don't have to read a book and I think there's also some people watching this who say rude countless books and probably don't either by the way yeah. I wasn't reading a lot of books till I started hosting a podcast thin everyone. Everyone seemed to have a book that they want to talk about on the podcast. I've read about twenty this. She roenick because I used to read books until podcast antithesis occupation of John Jr so this has been Super Fun Anyway Doug Nixon we've got something controversial to pull par going on the first of all. Thank you sharing your knowledge today. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I'm sure that they've been helpful to some people who kind of thinking about things but too afraid to talk about and if there's one thing that you want everyone remember from everything we've talked about today what would it be because it probably doesn't get enough as much airtime as the other topics discussed going back to the Obviously obviously the obligations responsibilities of a workforce. It may sound if I'm kind of bashing principles here I'm not because actually it permeates for out any organization nations and it sounds Ott but just become to each other you know and just think twice about certain words or actions or behaviors also for those people you put in a position of authority or leadership might not be you but it could be someone else in your organization as well but if you see or hear it you need to stamp it out. You can't tolerate it because if if something sinister settled down and then obviously. That's them reported by not doing you become complacent yourself. So I think like I said we just need to be acutely aware of this. And we need to Kinda nip it in the Baden cut at every level. Even if you're somebody who works in office not principal manager you hear or see someone doing something. Let me scared to say something. Stop it it has to BECA- out altogether. It's just not acceptable in any walk of life except in real estate. That's for sure. Yes that's right. A noise remember that change starts with you. Correct absolutely say never never was anything. More True Doug Driscoll thank you very much. Thank you very much to connect with all things elite agents including the latest this these coaching and features subscribe at our website elite agent dot com..
"driscoll" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"Podcast where we delve into some of the most interesting minds in business and in real estate for the very the best tips and strategies implement. Elevate Your Business. I'm Samantha McLean editor of elite agent. And I'm joined once again by mock. It was thanks for having me again. Samuel they don't have a choice. I'm interesting minds. This is probably one of the very interesting people in the industry. Oh Yeah I'm talking about Doug Driscoll so he had smuggled clicked articles of twenty nine hundred. He's not one to shy away from controversy. Controversy didn't prince have a song. Ah never mind my singing okay. So yeah so we invited dug into the studio. He bought a very nice bottle of red born the man. The man is very coffee thanks Doug and first of all. Because he's articles get a lot of traction so interested in what's thought processes he goes through before he sticks pen on paper. Because because obviously you know if agents out there who might be creating blog posts and things like that you want to go through a similar thought process because there's no point creating content unless it's going to get traction out dates it's actually you need to be talking to people are sitting there talking about up and also it's important to have a point of view. Well that's what I was about to say often. On the late agent paper will click on a strong opinion more than they'll click on something. That's a bit you know. It's always important according to put forward but it's even more important to have an opinion on that thought and to be sort of interesting reasoning behind it because I think people I really respect that so this is interesting like there was some really touchy topics in real estate in the last twelve months and so I thought if I'm going to get anyone to talk talk about them it'll be doug so we talked about three things which are real hot buttons in two thousand nineteen the first one was the maitre thing so there was quite a few cases in the media last. Gee We don't need to name. Names will go through them. But I suspect that it won't be lost and there will be more. You know it was good of change doc about what he sees is happening. And some of the steps that people need to take to ensure that that sort of fallout doesn't happen in their businesses says and this was a multi level compensation that you had it can be applicable to a leader in the business. It could be applicable to somebody WHO's working as a practitioner in the business so somebody can potentially be a witness source of standard. These things happening. Yep It is a very sensitive topic that I think. He was very eloquently unpacked. But I think the important thing is that if you say something or or something it's you you speak up. Second can topic lead generators so love him. Oh hide him like you know. I always believe that you should be looking at Roi on any marketing you do and if you choose to the Legion right right isn't it makes you a prophet more power to you. But they're person cons obviously of using lead generators and also the data that's involved in the data that changes hands and things like that so it was interesting to have a dog and get his thoughts on all of that and particularly what he is saying happening within his group and how he's encouraging people to consider the generators in how they play pop in the business for some people do an important part of their business for others. It's an Alpha changing the he's there is another another tool kit bag. I'm absolutely and thirdly property management so this is an area that I see is changing and you know I've been kind of taking about the subscription economy for a couple of years now but you know like I think that differently. Property management is an exciting place to be obviously margins being being eroded in traditional areas and confused anymore choice but I also think that opens up great opportunities and said jogging. I had a bit of a chat about that as well so these these elect a hot button topics for a lot of people at the moment. So you know I encourage you to have a listen and listen doug sorts because he is a date thinker about these he sings and yeah. Obviously if you'd like to continue the conversation get in touch with senator. It'll lead agent dot com absolutely now. There's a lot that was now spoken about during indecision and Doug touched on a number of different avenues and number of resources that you can draw upon if you do find yourself native either I reaching being out to somebody to help you as an individual whereas alita gripe sources in there actually from a leadership side of things but as usual you've taken all ignites and scribble furiously afterwards that if all you want to do is look at the notes in skip the listen then you can do that too. ELITE AGENT ELEVATE DOT com so people. Listen we should get on with it. We should get over this show. Enjoy the show. Welcome to the podcast Doug Driscoll thank you for having me. It's a pleasure to see you here in the studio. Finally we've had some good articles from you. The sheep on the late agent dot com in fact that was some of the mice clicked articles. Who Do you believe? And we haven't named few in the studio. What's that? It's Mr controversy okay. I don't call controversy Sir. I mean it's always important sometimes to pop your head above the parapet and offer an opinion on things before we started getting into the made today. I just wanted to have a bit of a talk about some of the stuff that that you've you've written so you talked about using the off market. which is a hot topic this year? He had some predictions for twenty twenty. And something that sort of popped up is number two news pace with one that you did about the real estate industry having reached technology into section which I was quite a bit earlier in two thousand nineteen so so first of all. You know if there's some people who would love to be in the magazine but can't figure out what to write. How do you sit there and go? Okay this is what I'm going to write about a love to say I strategize strategize these things but obviously I have a day job. First and foremost you know being the manager to stop partners and that keeps me pretty damn busy but I do try to spend as much time on the coalface as possible. Immuno speaking to the people that Kinda matter and I typically leave a lot of questions and I tried to find out what their pain points are and challenges. And when I'm around the trap certain things things cropped up a pop up and then normally the source of inspiration. Then only the things I look at it and go you know what I think. The wider audience would discuss this or maybe sometimes here my view on these facing so. I don't sit down with a blank piece of paper. They just come to me Kana randomly from the facade of speak interesting. So let's can we talk about a couple of these so let's start with the real estate industry having reached its technology into section. Is that still where your head's at have. We reached a critical mass of technology. That if we just throw more technology into real estate it's not necessarily going to improve the experience or productivity slightly. Yeah I mean what I meant by that term was I think we're very much across roads. And if you look at the two axes if you like you've obviously got the machine. The robot artificial intelligence predominantly. And then. You've obviously got the human touch points and I think that intersection basis that we need to fully understand that embrace what can be kind of automated and what we need to do ourselves and I think we've become overrun overrun somewhat. We've all these contact plays at the moment. I did a bit of a study within my own group. About how many different tech providers office on average would would use in two thousand nineteen and it's an excess of twenty if an operator's and I think we almost need to do is deconstruct that somewhere and look at where they're all actually purposeful and actually have meaning with each and every business nothing on the not so we just need to understand that we need to double down on what the human good up and then obviously automate or outsource everything else. I mean we do it too in this business. We add stuff we add stuff. We add stuff but I think unless she kind of tight stock every now and then to go or is this really adding anything valuable meaningful. Then you just end up with hape of toys in the toolbox box on sometimes painting a rusty car. You know it's it's really important that Econo- circle back because what was purpose for us for maybe even two years ago may not be today. That's how quickly technology is moving. So it's really important to kind of especially at this time of year so reflect on what you've got and then look forward to what you need. Yeah absolutely and so what about this team of market. Have you spoken to students at by the way he sent me a message at your private message just referencing. It drives me crazy and I think it's now part of the common vernacular but that doesn't make it right. As I say it's an oxymoron. A set of my release. I even my own property that we can name property added chat to the the agent and I said which property is explained and she it's off market and I bet my tongue but I nearly said to hell. Are you doing it. Then if he's off market so I think we're just GONNA get out some of those bad habits a can't be off market because the moment that an agreement is he's executed it means it's very much on market and I think the industry is repent steets use that term on the basis of property not yet having been advertising portals talks so they can surely come up with another maybe market quietly or pre portal advertising. But not off market but that's not the industry won't continue to do of course. Yeah it's interesting interesting isn't it. Because I think Eddie Satan write an article in the final edition of late agent for two thousand and nineteen about exactly that problem because now we have a problem of Kamini dies on market is the real number because we've got probably a released to a by database. You've got FACEBOOK relation than you've got a puerto release does muddy the waters significantly to absolute and severity. Good Point I think that should always go back to the date that the actual contract all the sounds sounds agreement was executed about stay one as far as I'm concerned absolutely. I reckon that's good role to we've solved that problem now. There's a few others that we need to solve today. This is a raise it. I've called did you in here. Actually because there's been a lot of controversy in different areas in the real estate industry and with paper with lots of different opinions and so it Kinda WanNa break days down down with you because you're not one to shy away from some of the tough topic so they are. Of course let's just call. It May to where we we saw a couple of big in cases of that in two thousand nineteen lay generators because everybody loves to talk about the separatism what impact they have on their businesses and and then also property management because that's probably one of the areas it's main squeeze and squeeze and squeeze in yet like when we saw the market deep in two thousand and nineteen. Everyone was once again. Thank God for property management. And I don't know about you but I think there's a lot of opportunity in property management absolutely moving into twenty twenty. Let's go from the top. Do you think in the real estate industry that May to is a big problem. Yes I'm by the way you've just pulled a penalty. Grenade in front of moderation is what I should probably do is stop apply. prefacing the sensitive around the subjects for me. You know Jim I understand. Obviously how big they are and I think sometimes it's sensitivities. Stop also hold us back from having a fairly open and robust discussion conversation around it and as you alluded to there are two three high profile cases as of late but I think if we look at it in a simplistic accents want a better term. I think they're kind of two categories. Here there is the ones that belong to the condom metoo movement that protrude person the one who sets out with kind of and ten or Madison. Mind that the well-documented ones and certainly that's the genesis of the metoo movement and then you've got probably the second Campbell the second category which she's the naive and all clumsy person that kind of maybe uses this before they use that and I think from that perspective. That's probably the most most recent cases but that's still non. Excuse you know if my point of view when I look at the recent cases there's been a lot of people.
"driscoll" Discussed on The Phinsider
"They've been trying to trade them. No one no one's trading forum. Kaylynn Balaj has had his opportunity and you know he styled. If you ask made he doesn't make anyone miss you take that Minnesota Viking Sony Pie yard touchdown run out and he's look very pedestrian. You know and I think if you when you get a young quarterback back you know a good solid running back his best friend. you know and look we've had a lot of running backs. Come and go but you know what have the dolphins been the best in the last you know fifteen years the head. Ricky Williams firing all cylinders you know I I really just think they need that. They keep getting these guys at everyone thinks. Has You know potential. We've got the Jay Ajayi the World Ronnie Brown of the world. You know I hate to say it. He didn't live up to the number two pick hype. It's really hard to to be a good football not when you can't run the football and we haven't really been able to do that since two thousand eight wildcats season consistently so like I hate to spend a first first round. Pick on a running back and maybe we can get one of those guys at thirty three but now I think one thing that's clear is that we gotta get some playmakers on this team. We gotta get some people that are you know there are electrifying football players and we got it we got to we've got to fix this offense line or it doesn't matter who the quarterback is is not going to end well. Hey I'm Spencer Hall. I'm Holly Anderson. I'm Ryan Nanny. I'm Jason Kirk and we're the host of the shutdown focused your avengers of college football podcast. It says in the script onto riff on what that means and basically what it is. It's already spoiled every Tuesday. We talk about everything from cooking disasters to pro wrestling too unfashionable pants worn middle school we also did you talk about college football every now and then like mascot fights announcers fleeing the early and unfashionable pants coaches where now if you want to take college football. Al- exactly as seriously as it should be taken subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP Hey I'm the editor in chief verge host of the verge cast revamping the more and more lately and coming out episodes twice a week sometimes even a third bonus episode on Tuesdays. I talked to influential people around the world attack back like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and other exactly founder of lime scooters the CEO of beyond me. We've also been talking to a lot of reporters and academics about the major pressing policy issues in tech like like facebook's content moderation doing great youtube harassment plan or lack thereof and whether or not the government should break Amazon which maybe it should and then every Friday I I sit down with executive editor Peter Brown and Paul Miller for chat show we cover the latest in Tech News and product reviews bringing our reporters around the words that show party listen to you all that more. If you subscribe to the virtuous wherever you get your podcast bluff listen and join us so again subscribe to the virtuous wherever you get your podcast. We'll see there to speak to your running back point. I've always kind of thought philosophically with where we play football. Most of the time were playing in the in the South Florida he and if we're playing our division opponents late in the year where playing and probably adverse winter conditions so it always made sense to me to kind of lean towards the run and be that kind of our staple so it would be very interesting to see if the team does in fact start to to build an that way before. I let she off the hook and everybody stop what you're doing and follow this man. Neil Driscoll Neil. El Al Driscoll D. R. I. S. C. O. L. Follow this man. I got one more question for you. Neil absolutely this weekend. Dolphins chargers dolphins open open up as seventeen point underdogs do they cover the spread yes or no. I'll tell you for the first time that I I'm bet against them. The cover the spread. I think they cover you know. One of the things I think is that we've always played. The chargers really well a back. Tanny homemade had one of his best games against them. The only thing that can make it go awry. Fast is Nova Negro Majo- BOSA versus. Whoever the Hell Have Web Jessie Davis out there sure I mean 'cause 'cause I'll tell you like I even tweets of the day. All rivers is a hell of a competitor but when we play them he doesn't scare me you know and I think if exhibited Howard can get his head out of his and do what he does hit him Akina now. It'll be a fun match up to watch Mike. Williams is an improvement receiver but he hasn't lived up to that that would be in the number four receiver hunter. Henry is out you know they got air neck. Ler Not Melvin Gordon. They have a bank. Their offense lying is not great. The line is amazing. We avoid there when James I swear when surprise me the dolphins fought really hard this week at home and you know they might lose this game say like thirty thirty one to twenty one but I think we're GONNA couple touchdowns this week. Actually I think Josh Rosen going to have a good week. I don't know if you watched the any of the chargers Texans but God the tight ends for the Texans Jordan Atkins a kid out of central Florida was tear in the chargers up and God. Wouldn't it be nice to see Mike. Koseki has a touchdown down here the Dolphin. Oh my gosh that would that. Would that would be free glorious dude. I you know you gotta look at the chargers making that three time James Own trip and just the fact that how do you come into this game and not be a little bit flatfooted. If if you're the chargers I I mean I think it's just one of those games that you can come in to in kind of be stale on. GonNa look up their schedule real quick AC- they got next because of their or like in a look ahead situation. That's probably even even more offense favor but seventeen points at home with you know what limited crowd that there is will we'll definitely be behind. Joshua's and anything remotely good happens and then they they play the Broncos the following week so you know big division game APP and you know and they're looking at the a tough game at home like you said vision game right after us. You know kind of a classic letdown situation. If you're the Los Angeles chargers so I kind of like taking the dog in this situation and so let's call Spadea spay. The dolphins have been horrible this year. They've gotten beat embarrassed but if you ask me the top six teams in football I named the Kansas City chiefs the rams the packers the Patriots the Ravens in the cowboys and we've played three of those teams and you know I like look. It's not promising. I haven't going one in fifteen. I think they're going to beat the jets one of those games because God Adam gazes the gift. I put I'll tell you the ravens are heuristic match before they are every year now forty four nothing you know. Lamar Jackson had the game of his life. You know the Patriots like their defense is for real. I like people talk about Tom. Brady Eighty and Tonio Brown now no longer there Josh Gordon but their defense is legit and Dallas cowboys have the best line in football. They're made to be a championship team. You know people underrate their defense. You know but they're loaded. You know so like what we've seen. The dolphins is a team that is allowing people to fight for position giving them an opportunity. So you know tanking you can look at two ways. Are they trying to lose. I don't know that I'm not in the conversation but what I do see a lot of young players have opportunity and if you can't make it here guy you're gonNa have a hard time fighting on other officers right now and you look at Rosser so I look for young players emerge like if we get a couple players like the press looms the world or or maybe our defensive. MVP DEVAN Gotcha. I Chow if these guys continue to emerge pieces. You have going forward. You go their land three or four key free agents. You have a really good draft and then a wait you have to first rounds in two second rounders again a lot of copper him again and you are really. I mean this thing can turn around quick so so what I would. I urge Dolphin fans to be patient tient. Let's not kill each other over on twitter. Let's not fight whether Herbert or two was better. Let's let the season play out with see where the cards lie and you know. Let let's have a little faith in this plan because I'll tell you some of the most respected people on twitter that I follow really are sitting there. Digging with the dolphins are doing and they're not the most people are the people that say when we signed Brian Harte Line. The Dolphins are fools. They're the ones that have been ripping us for decades but there see this plan. Dan and you gotta be pretty excited about what the future holds. You know we gotta get the quarterback and that's something we haven't done since overtired. I don't I don't give Ryan Tannehill. Oh that past he'd never was that guy. He had a long time but you know tenure. Does it make you the guy he never elevated. You've got to win a playoff game to be my quarterback right like like like so I I think let's let's not kill each other not get in fights and all that stuff block wars. Let's let's see what happens to have some fun. You know we know we're not going to be good. I I promise you right now. We're not content for the super bowl this year so just relax you know evaluate. Some of these players and let's have a little fun because I could tell you right now. After through this season the dolphins are probably the most fun teams the following football and you know what we're not. Bandwagon guys were along for the ride. We're here you know Neil Driscoll the pacifist. I I never would have thought I'd seen the day FIS talking to you three years ago that we'd be arriving at this moment but here you are wise beyond your years ready to party in Vegas Vegas. People follow this men if you're following him and you see him at the draft will probably buy you a drink. Neil Driscoll follow his work at the pro football network working see him out on the twitter streets. This will be all for this episode of insider daily. Neil thanks again for joining me brother. Yes on when you have a great night man and we'll talk soon for sure I everybody catch houses show tomorrow love y'all see the fit radio part of the FIT CIDER DOT com at the Sp.. They should not eighteen late goal. I know pain in your home. We're always in control and when you think Miami in your pocket my dog it is number and by the has the greatest team from political hold on the ground tow. You're talking the report by any take my album Miami Miami Dolphins number just I did..
Driscolls Breeds a Pink Berry that Looks Like Ros Wine
"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Bowes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale. When you visit http the DOT com slash B W daily? <music> from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday July eighteenth in many parts of the country. This is strawberry season the time when those bright red berries are at their most succulent excellent but wait the strawberries you saw in the grocery store weren't crimson but Pale Pink. What's going on here? Driscoll's the huge berry grower is one of several food producers experimenting with a new trend a fascination with all things Rosa you know like the wine recently it introduced Dusky pink strawberries and raspberries. It called Rosa Berries. If the limited edition Berry showed up in your grocery store you might have overlooked assuming they were picked too. Wurley but driscoll says that's not the case there just as sweet as regular strawberries although more peachy in taste and company ads that they were bred without using G._M._o.. Methods by special driscoll team called joy makers <music> which is responsible for coming up with the proprietary berries why mess with the color of these berries well. It's another way for the family owned three billion dollar company to remain competitive commodity businesses like produce growers aren't known for Innovation but Driscoll's faces some rather big rivals including Dole and nature ripe and a huge network of independent farmers who compete with Driscoll's too long ago it hit on the notion of continuous are India's branding bonanza a continual. Continual effort to develop prettier sweeter fruit as the New Yorker said in a twenty seventeen article about driscoll's the Berry behemoth turned produce into a beauty contest and won what's to win the berry business may seem sweet but it is competitive. The American Berry market is worth more than six billion dollars and driscoll's is the leader it wants to remain so in a business that is becoming ever more challenging berry farming relies on unskilled labor and as the pool of immigrants able to work in the fields diminishes that Labor has become more and more scares at the same time California were most berries are grown has increased its minimum wage and instituted more stringent labor protections acreage. Bridge being farmed has dropped significantly since twenty thirteen and driscoll's is eyeing new ways to harvest berries including robots all of that means the cost of growing berries is rising driscoll's needs reasons for shoppers to spend more on them hence new unusual breeds like Rosie strawberries which seemed like a gourmet treat and making them even more enviable they're available only at whole foods and freshdirect stores in California and the East Coast and only through September all that is intended to make driscoll's Pale pink invention of boot teak berry worthy of a splurge just like a limited edition fine Rosa. Unwind from wondering this is business words daily subscribe to our show for free on apple podcast Google podcast stitcher or spotify. Thanks so much for listing. I'm David Brown will see him. This episode is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats.
"driscoll" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Agency Stacey Driscoll present at the department with the food recovery challenge award. We appreciate the inspiring efforts of all the inmates who have worked on composting, the prisons foods waves and have gone to complete the training program. The composting is part of. The larger vocational training program in partnership with temple university. The teaches urban Landcare prisons Commissioner blanche Kearney says graduates get an industry recognized certificate that helps them find jobs when they're released. The prisons is committed to re entry programming that builds sustainability for lives of folks that have come into our custody. There was just a Visco Walker is a graduate. He does construction now. But still uses what he learned when I do my garden. The garden comes out beautiful KYW NewsRadio at five twenty five. It's time for money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Joan Doniger could take a village to get the Boeing seven thirty-seven max fleet back into the air. At least that's what United Airlines CEO thinks. They can't just be one or two people. We have to be in sort of lockstep to get this aircraft back on United continentals. Oscar Munoz says the most important piece here is this the primary focus of every conversation that I've had team has had with anyone involved in. This is the safety of flight bowling is it saying when that will happen. It has revealed the grounding of its fastest-selling jet has costed at least a billion dollars so far and that's just because of the cut in production of the plane, but Boeing CEO says the playmaker does have confidence in its software fix. And that there should be a certification flight with the FAA in the near term for his part. Loon does isn't worried about. Passengers trying to avoid the seven thirty seven max fleet when it is cleared for takeoff. He says everyone working together we'll counter that besides we just don't rely on someone else. For instance, we inspect our own aircraft..
Accused Russian agent sentenced to 18 months in prison
"Is eighteen months in prison for the Russian woman who admitted to secretly working for the Kremlin infiltrating US political groups, including the NRA, marina Boutin has already served nine months in the case, but was sentenced to another nine months before being deported back to rush up. Her attorney Robert Driscoll says the court's decision is troubling for four nationals the government's theories that you act as an agent. Whenever you anything for foreign official. I think that is an extremely broad interpretation can apply not only to people like Maria by other people. I think something should be like that. But CBS news foreign affairs analyst panel folk says the court's decision to deport the Tina back to Russia eases tensions between our countries the decision to have boot removed from the United States after her sentences complete resolve some tension between the United States and Russia and ends a wide ranging campaign by Russia, including by temporary in Washington, and it's UN mission to free her from US custody, but the sentence rat diplomats who consider her action to be one that deserves deportation rather than jail time
Bengals WR A.J. Green carted off with foot injury
"The field goals injuries of notes so far today. AJ green looks like his day is done. He was carted off earlier today in this Bengals and Broncos game. Where the Cincinnati got a field goal. Just for the brakes would seven three Denver going into the half. Green who would come back and miss a couple of games with a toe injury. So he comes back for this. Right. Comes back for Driscoll and then to to leave
For Port of Oakland, meat is a cool growth opportunity
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Four port of Oakland. Meet is a cool growth opportunity by Sophia could Thawra from business trade wars may be heating up. But the port of Oakland is seeing a cool opportunity to ship more. Meet the port a major shipping hub for agriculture products is expecting to boost beef, pork and poultry experts with a massive refrigerated storage facility called cool port Oakland. The ninety one million dollar depot is expected to lower costs and thereby draw more shippers the port of Oakland. Saw a forty three percent increase in meat exports to Asia from October twenty fifteen to Octobber twenty eighteen in the first ten months of twenty eighteen the port shipped forty seven thousand three hundred twenty foot containers of meat to Asia with Japan. Top market followed by South Korea and Taiwan, the increase reflects what US meat exports federation CO. Dan, Hallstrom calls a meat boom in. In those countries, you see a lot of different concepts catching on Hallstrom said smoked meat barbecue. A lot of US fast food fast, casual white tablecloth concepts last year Hallstrom said the United States exported record amounts of meat seven point three billion dollars in beef. And about six point six billion dollars in pork. Much of those experts are variety meats, internal organs like stomachs livers that many Americans. Don't eat in large quantities, but are popular abroad Japan, for example, is the largest buyer of US beef tongue. According to the Cattlemen's beef board, the reputation of the US agricultural products beef and pork in particular, really are the gold standard Hallstrom said if you see something in a USDA golden box overseas. It really carries a lot of clout geography helps his well. The port of Oakland is often the last stop on the way to Asia for container ships working their way up the west coast. So it's better suited than rival ports to ship perishable products. China imposed punitive tariffs on US. Meet this. Year as part of an escalating trade war, but California's experts of livestock and livestock products to China are relatively small, according to government data limiting the impact of those sanctions on the prospects for Oakland's meat exports at this stage. I don't see major impact of the tariffs on those kinds of products. Port of Oakland mirror time director, John Driscoll said adding that meat processed through the port has primarily been going to non Chinese destinations. The port ships about forty seven hundred containers of me to Asia a month or about eighty thousand freight tons with the cool port facility which had its grand opening November first after being in the works for nearly five years. The port has the capacity for an additional one million tons of cargo per year, the cool part can handle thirty six railcars moving products from trains or trucks, two ships without any changes in temperature. The city of Oakland spent eleven million dollars on a rail spur to the facility this by far is the most technologically advanced type of facility by how it manages the PR. Products. Driscoll said the two hundred eighty thousand square foot depot is located on land owned by the port of Oakland. The facility is owned by lineage, logistics, and dry bash enterprises, dry bash and Oakland logistics business operates the facility and lineages expected to hire an additional one hundred fifty workers to staff the cool port bringing employment there to two hundred Driscoll said.
Rapper Jon James falls to his death in airplane stunt gone wrong
"Debbie stab now. Gubernatorial nominee, Gretchen Whitmer and congressional candidates met Long, John Gretchen Driscoll Elissa. Slatkin hayley. Stevens all expected. Tickets are free and open to the public. We have a full list of sites where you can pick them up on our website. That's at W W J, NewsRadio dot com. North Carolina's Lieutenant governor appears in a video that offers instructions on how to commit voter fraud in the state WROL TV in Raleigh reports. The video posted on Facebook features Lieutenant governor Dan forest telling how a group could collect the ID's of infrequent voters before election day, and then impersonate, the voters at the polls, which is a crime under state law. The state GOP director called the video part of his party's educational outreach. Supporting the photo ID amendment WW J news time, eleven forty four sports is next guys consumers energy invited. Check out our small business. Marketplace the energy efficiency products in our store or available exclusively for consumers. Energy small businesses electric and gas
"driscoll" Discussed on WLAC
"O. r. l. d. two, four eight four eight four, eight can't be ignored but she is a separate person from all the rest of this Russia's stuff. And she I firmly believe is not guilty which has been. Charged with in is simply a Russian national who's been in the lawyer. Robert Driscoll Fox News. We report you decide Rush Hannity and Fox News on talk. Radio fifteen ten wwl. As an iheartradio station Now.
California Supreme Court blocks proposal to split state in 3
"J news time four thirty to a federal judge has ordered allege Russian agent Maria patina to remain jailed until her trial the twenty nine year old was arrested on Sunday accused of. Trying to infiltrate, political organizations in an effort to advance Russian interest more respected four we strongly disagree but. There are no conditions, of relief police. Shorter duration Since student. For trial nicotine is. Attorney Robert, Driscoll he says the woman is not a Russian agent and has never been a flight risk developing news a Pontiac girl hospitalized after. Police say she was run over by a car happened this morning on Warwick drive in Pontiac according to the. Oakland County sheriff's office the eighteen month old mother was putting air in her vehicle's tire while she wasn't. Looking little girl walked away was run, over by a neighbor who is backing. Out of, a driveway, in investigation is ongoing meantime also developing this afternoon no charges filed yet against the mother of a baby who. Fell out of a window on Detroit's east side the latest now from WW. Www NewsRadio nine fifty Zara Uber the eight month old boys in critical condition after falling from the second story window the home on hickory near east fear in China police, say the mother was originally with the baby. In the bed which was propped up against a, wall near the window she went downstairs to get a bottle and heard a, noise when she. Returned she saw, that her son had pushed the window fan, out and Fell. With it, police say it was accidents but they are investigating the incident the Huber w, w j, NewsRadio nine fifty w w j news time four thirty three this just in the California Supreme Court has blocked a measure that would divide the state in three. Parts from appearing on the November ballot the justices say significant questions. Have been raised about. Its validity, the court will now consider the merits of a challenge brought by the planning and conservation league the environmental group argues that dividing the. Nation's most populous state in three would drastically change its government structure beyond what can be accomplished through a ballot. Initiative the initiative could still appear in the future if the court ultimately rules in its favor new this. Afternoon a small drop in Michigan's unemployment, rate in June figures from the Michigan. Department of, technology management, and budget show the rate falling to four point five percent that's a half percentage point above the national average. Of four percent the June figure is also one tenth of a percentage point. Higher than the June twenty seventeen rate of four point four percent Mixed day on Wall, Street Dow Jones industrials up Seventy-nine, SNP up six the NASDAQ was down a fraction as WWE j. business editor, Murray Feldman. Tells us live and local now the housing industry is feeling the pain Murray well they certainly are Greg new housing starts just fell. To, their lowest level, in nine months builders are played with higher. Material costs and labor shortage higher interest rates here's a poultry group created lower most of the. Day but did close up a fraction earnings at some auto retailers are under pressure because BMW and Honda reportedly have cut dealer incentives one analyst thinks Penske. Auto group could have some exposure their shares. Penske down half a percent the company's optimistic about the future, they just increased their stock dividend again today Ford is up a fraction General Motors down half a percent Fiat Chrysler down over one percent Delta, Airlines now..
Thirty Five Year, Thirty Minutes and Two Thousand Eight Ten Years discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
"And a one jubilating thailand we're all twelve boys in their coach have been pulled from the flooded cave still waiting for the last of the divers to come out the second thing to know citing on impeccable credentials and unsurpassed qualifications president trump has nominated conservative appeals court judge brett cabinet replaced the retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy cavanaugh to meet today with senators and number three after decades of negligence new york city will task for lead in every public housing apartment where lead paint might have been used this widescale testing of one hundred thirty thousand units cost around eighty million dollars but it's unclear where all at money's gonna come from here's a recurring problem on the hutches river parkway truck to big winds up on the road strikes and overpass and it's happened again and this time the drivers says it wasn't me it was my gps here's sean adams at the king street overpass high tech infrared over height sensors with flashing warning signs have kept some trucks off of new york parkways with low bridges but not all it has happened again yesterday afternoon a moving truck from delaware slammed into the king street overpass on the hutch most of the metal skin just peeled away the driver blamed his partner for using gps on a phone not a commercial unit westchester county executive george latimer vows to put an end to this look at systems that will provide an intercept when the parkway something overhead physical structure was the type of thing so that you're a word it as a trucker when you get on later this week the county executive will meet with state dot and trucking industry reps to talk about those height barriers better sign and ways to make truckers us commercial gps on the hutch in westchester sean adams wcbs newsradio eight eighty a subway panhandler who attacked a man with a pipe this weekend vicious attack the you might have heard about they caught him the police got the thirty five year old man named giovanni nervous on sunday he's charged with first degree assault during an argument with a fifty nine year old victim the eva's allegedly used a pipe to hit this guy in the face fracturing his skull and breaking is socket the victim is in serious but stable condition police are investigating a murder that took place in woodside queens this morning the victims forty something years old they're not that exact age or name was found unconscious in front of toe twenty four hour dwayne reed on roosevelt avenue about twelve thirty in the morning shot in the torso there are no arrests inmate at a mental health wing at rikers island attacked and killed fellow inmate city hall spokeswoman tells the new york times that thirty five year old victim died after he was put in a chokehold by his attacker it's not clear what provoked this is the first deadly attack among inmates since two thousand eight ten years eight eighteen wcbs news time let's put together traffic and weather then cbs news with the commute use the word miracle in thailand i think maybe we can first time kaminski in eight wbz twenty minutes away from eighty ninety five twenty to thirty minutes from now on the inbound upper level after new jersey tower being reported that just the latest problem there at the gw beat the lots of volume across span getting onto the eastbound cross bronx new jersey found upper level under the apartments we ever stopping worked on their lincoln inbound side twenty to thirty minutes holland with about a twenty minute delay but a note for you on the newark bay extension of the turnpike headed inbound right at the newark bay bridge watch for solving worked on the left lane is blocked state parkway northbound from the driscoll bridge after one thirty one more delays right after one thirty six had a collision off to the shoulder three from at least the garden state parkway over to route twenty one instruction at route seventeen and a collision in front about life stadium is now cleared away get your truly free credit score and free credit monitoring from credit karma download the credit karma app today credit karma get.
Santa Barbara, California and Carter Evans discussed on 24 Hour News
"In the western part of the nation one of the most destructive is near santa barbara california cbs news correspondent carter evans tells us it is only five percent contained the fast moving fire exploded late friday night in the town of go leader north of santa barbara flames quickly jumped from home to home with the flames race through here they were driven by winds gusting up to forty miles per hour blowing those embers through the air you can see some of on fly now they landed on rooftops and there was nothing firefighters could do this all maybe a total loss what's the goal keep it from spreading yeah just try to knock it down as best you can't try and salvage what we can we know it's somebody's life behind us fire burn through the community more than a thousand people were evacuated at a moment's notice at least twenty structures burn but paddy driscoll stayed behind grabbed a garden hose.
John Chuck, Santa Barbara County and Paddy Driscoll discussed on
"From abc news john chuck's iverson crews battling wildfires in the west that are burning down houses california governor jerry brown declaring a state of emergency for santa barbara county where fires about twenty structures as as burnt down about twenty structures half of those are homes paddy driscoll in santa barbara says gaslines nearer house were exploding and he she thanks firefighters house across the street from us burnt to the ground but they were able to keep our house from burning not even the tree got burned afternoon dave zamboni with santa barbara county fire says he thinks the worst of it is over for a cooling trend more in red flag till six pm tonight and predictions from six pm.
"driscoll" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Bob driscoll former doj official this is after she reads texts between fbi agents peter struck and page where lisa page as if trump is going to win and peter struck says no because they won't let them she asked bob driscoll again this former department of justice official if this means struck suggests that the russian investigation to hurt president trump driscoll says this puts shade on both the clinton email probe as well as the russian investigation he knows the differences between how the investigations were handled we're hillary clinton's people were treated much less aggressively than donald trump but driscoll says it's unavoidable that this would be politicized and essentially what we're hearing is over and over and over again the discussed this connect between michael horowitz is narrative of these wrongful kinds of behavior and the wrong kinds of behavior he actually sites so how do you do that how can they how can the i g report on the clinton investigation really specifically acknowledge political bias on one hand while denying its investigative impact on the other isn't this really a very tough needle to thread i assert that it is it would seem to be anyway joining us still hanging around we appreciate that alvarado managing editor of the stream we appreciate you sticking about oh no problem it seems to me that horowitz the horowitz report is recognizing all of the quote unquote improper considerations all of the quote unquote political buys all of the quote unquote bad conduct that cast a cloud over.
"driscoll" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"The great emmitt smith is in the house our final dallas cowboys alleging the show of the two thousand seventeen season and smacker miles with a wireless microphone elo smacker here with a question from driscoll you know the legendary recruiter max infringer he once said of you that little figured among i think those where you're going driscoll as it they said you'd had no speed believe he was true that was true i didn't have speed and said you know you fall flat your face need one thereby no he'd be the first one to say that i did do that too i feel the my face by eighty thousand jobs so what may ju five foot man such a wonderful great runners that lasted so long and could do what you did i mean you you are amazing you know broke i was there when you're broke the record by the way well at at texas stadium nodded yes sir yes sir only six hundred thousand other people uh what what i that's the tough question for me to answer all i can say is that god's grace and mercy that if cover meet throughout the years that i play the game of football who who also blessed with a talented do the things that i've been able to do and be around the people at the right time had everything to do with all of us that i've been able to achieve i can i can tell you why me because as you heard khin khin hall sugarland texas retrovir more yards than all high school at the time there have been so many great running backs have come through the game of that is played a game of football walter payton who set the mark very high timing all of those things had to do had had something has some role in helping me become the.
"driscoll" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Our today the same it's pretty big we also i take a look at moves and tv shows that make mistakes as avas slow obviously flaws in these films and tv shows and they keep putting them out there anyway and they they reach you the audience and we're not going to stand for it no no we're last line of defence and we call out shit that should not be and is meizhou in nazi ism shoot that should not it didn't take this one why would it's nice philly furnish now this comes from mike driscoll mike you still here mike for those who were don't know how we know mike so well he was in the earlier show is a bunch of podcasters muller over the country who have gotten together and this particular site because they all listen to our show and were inspired by kevin's work and so they're all a back there and they were here for the earlier show and we love you guys and thanks for being here thank you big jim e v travel all the way out from watson big guys we give you are being storm raven midnight smoke and then mike driscoll who is the only guy who apparently it'll like enough to give a fucking secret cool name to you just goes by his name mike driscoll that would that would indicate your coolness level is so cool the like we can't come up with a cool codename or he's the guy who sweeps up at the headquarters after they all go out on a mission is new new snap her car of the group.
"driscoll" Discussed on KOIL
"Here come's try city through the middle puck left for mcmenamin back to it he leaves it for good sir at the line he picks a backup though liza for you he wasn't in the right place at the right time if it comes back at the centre ice yoon with it takes a look around trump's back for war ward mcmenamin mcmenamin these are for you he's at the blue line sapele circles throws went wide of driscoll but by driscoll's net as he got knocked over by storm player coming in but back out on top the circle mcmenamin with it he's circles the top his back at the yield is on the left side over to mcmenamin onetimer floater high a wide over the net minute left the penalty on daily petric in in the far corner world trade city as their met by two white jerseys puk still idress was net yet to get cleared nowadays after the point over toward yes it did mcmenamin back to ward on the far side atop the circle ward looks frozen in front over to you you winds up shoots one off of crystal clear dow by koga lot just to the red light at center ice mcmenamin decides he to dump that one and he does trisomy setback this net lifted their for chair could charities that big frame to body off tyler war pastor with it at the line he walks feeds it over to the vanney back to koster back to give rainy comes in the near side back to caster man comes in on the far side shot just wide of driscoll's net and lancer back at full strength shot there are high and wide from suv for seizing try city chardonnays take golf store the light went off just hold us back side of the players were celebrating but that one did not go away we may have eight other break here were the refs are going to look at the video but that one thousand close with the light went off the players are celebrated the lancet we're all looking down on the ice driscoll was on his backside restaurant in front of the.