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"feeley" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

12:25 min | 7 months ago

"feeley" Discussed on @530 on Main

"And how those two are merging together to be one today Some of the same technologies that we use online or being used in the development of physical space as well as vice versa. So Today we're lucky to have LISA feely. And she's the vice president of Construction and project management with Trans Western. This is going to be a long career. Highlight I want Lisa. Fill in any gaps that I have but she has over thirty years of experience in multiple industries including healthcare life sciences engineering and business development corporate communications human resources and consulting roles she has six Sigma Black Belt. I just learned that she Developed in sold an online marketing company. Not Too long ago and she just has a ton of industry expertise and Lisa. We want to welcome you to the podcast. Thank you so much for having a stay. We're GONNA have some fun talking about all these topics absolutely absolutely once again. We're here was Sarah Schuler and Mike Davis from VPS. Thanks for Being in here with us and thank you for partnering once again on the at five. Thirty on main podcast. Thank you for having us today today. We're talking about technologies and we're talking about watch. Impacting the physical space as well as the online space. So Mike. No one of your specialties healthcare. What's happening there today? An in house technology. Moving the needle for what you have to stay up with. And where's it going and healthcare big loaded question? Thanks Sean for starting me out. Yeah I really voted him up. Yeah that was awesome so a lot of what we're doing that. I'll keep it simple. Them building information. Modeling is really transforming. The industry that were in as well as VR and AR In our industry but really with them. It's really becoming all about getting how you onboard the client. Start the projects all the way to facilities management using Your been models in facilities and repair work and finding problems identifying problems in their facilities and and it's now being used. This model were building in the physical space throughout the life cycle of the building. Lisa I know you have a lot of experience in this house. The Internet of things impacting it. So I'm going to back up a little if I could sean and something Mike said really what is going on in our world in the healthcare. And I'm GonNa say life-science Innovative districts is that our wonderful Architects especially those that are really thinking Ford for their owners working with the owners on much more the front and are very engaged in Bam and VR. Which is virtual reality and bringing that into the physical space? What's happening is that is now culminating with all the various technologies. So we've all heard of Iot Internet of things from you know five ten years ago but what's happening now is. It's much more experiential and expected and it's everything whether it's a corporate building office space within Medical Medical Office. Buildings Healthcare Work live play because you've got all those huge innovative district's now occurring. And you look at big facilities like we work with collaborative space and the right kind of people will now. It's really the owners. And the world are really requiring and begging The architects to get very engaged to help Build and design have the vision to bring artificial intelligence to bring them. We'll talk about blockchain Technology Security Into our environment to not only g allow us to work. But now how are we more efficient and what we do? How is it a great experience? How do we collaborate more? And how are we engaged more because retention employee retention is really important now and collaborating to come up with the next big innovative idea means that you want an architect. Israeli on the forefront of understanding how these technologies interact with the physical space. And I think that's the fun of today's podcast. I appreciate Avenue here. Yeah when you talk about how it all works and the experience of the in Consumer. How is it impacting? The day to day is an architect still the guy or the Gal that goes into their space and they concept they sketch and they draw and it's all isolated and it's just me and my concepts are here and then they all go out and my team you know does the final drawings. And that's it that's that's the way architecture works there right. Sara. She's GonNa have the perfect answer here. I hope so. I hope that what what this is about his ultimately a conversation about the client. The client's needs in creating that experience. That takes them to the next level. This is not a simple experienced with all of the Bam. That's coming out in what we can do and what we can show and what we can bring to the owner. We really have to focus on what their needs are and then take take our knowledge everything that we know about the building process and take them to the next level and how we also have to talk about how is this. Ultimately impacting their in users. Whether it's that patient whether it's a classroom full of Students Nina. The ultimate question is how are we embracing that end user and really making this complete experience and we're taking all of these technologies. Everyone that we that we are addressing here today and going to touch on and we're actually saying how do all of these technologies really impact that end user to bring them to the next level to that next Experienced that they can't even imagine because in healthcare out discerned Jack in healthcare. It's like a three legged. Stool patient experience staff efficiencies and cost. And you really trying to help improve those three things for any hospital or health system that you'd work with right but well and to jump in really quick to zero point it the other is you've got family involved right now right so be used to be to your point chums perfect back in the day the architect the engineer the DC. We might all have gone to our corners and you know all just drawn our little parts and components and then Sarah Persian hope it all fit together at the end and the client's happy but today it's just a whole different world right and really. You've got have the right architects when you have the right. Arctic that is I think. Very much like what? Bps's talking about where they're in the forefront there talking with the owner. They know the patient they understand the big picture and they understand that if that physical space is done very well and incorporated in with using all the technologies not only. Are we going to have better it? Act Ratings Right. You're going to have better patient. Experience less noise less problems. You'RE GONNA make the family's happier right because they're in the room in that patient room now because you've built it more almost as a hospitality suite or whatever and you can also adapt for their end. Experiences go home right because you have telemedicine now on I would say I coming in all the stuff that we're GonNa talk about so when you have architects that now understand the new world and the future that makes all the difference so in the online space everything was done in a flat. Mock up and we would use photoshop to do you know. Multiple website versions and We use colors that were in brand standards and things like that and you know emotional. Intelligence really didn't play any role in that. At the time you know colored theory and and You know tracking eye movements and all those things so I'm sure. The tools today have changed for architecture and specifically in health care. I mean can you give me some of the tools today and the listener some the tools in which are being used to really get your consumer your customer involved with what used to be. A flat piece of paper is that right. Yep it and it used to be. Yeah hand drawings fifty architects doing one project. Because that's how much time it took to draw a wall section or whatever you need now yeah you have rabbit and it's fast and build the model and then the client can experience the model whether it's virtual reality with goggles and or augmented reality. Where he just you snap a shot on your phone and then you walk around the space and you hold it up and you get to look at it and see it but it also transforming into parametric design. Where instead of just going? Oh here's an option and the client says. Oh we need ten more offices. Oh we'll come back to week after you plug it in these algorithms into the computer parameters and you can start right with the client coin that space apart and it said as you make it bigger. It has this many offices and so many offices get one break room conference room and you start to sit there and play with it until the client wants down. Meaning Goes Yep. That's what I want. And that's what I need. Excellent so one of the main focuses for us is the automotive aftermarket. I've heard some things a are vr. And even how that's coming together today to train the individuals that are even the bays servicing. Your cars so the new F one fifty has one hundred million lines of code in the technicians that are servicing. Haven't seen those that type of technology in those vehicles today so they get to get on a VR headset and be able to interact with O. E. Ford Manufacturing Engineers to work on that sophisticated piece of technology. That's sitting in the bay today. So that's one thing that we get to look at so as you talk about a are augmented reality you talk about Vr. Where's all his information being store owner architect doing with the data that's being stored is anti typically? It's it's in the past that stored on a server stored in our office space. But I know now. Everything's being pushed to the cloud. And how are we going to adapt to that? You know knowing that it's out their clients a lot of times do projects in secret. They don't want anybody to know about it till they want people to know about and so there. Sometimes the client might be fearful. It's in the cloud it's you know. What is this thing and so I think there's GonNa be some education there that we have to do with our clients but as Lisa knows a lot about blockchain. Eventually it's going to be out there and it's going to be available. Lisa blockchain is just for crypto currency. Right Oh yeah sure. That was five years ago. Maybe so so blockchain. A lot of people asked me recently and I'm Fortunate enough to talk with quite a few people that are more gurus but you know who is the Guru blockchain and there really isn't. I'M GONNA go out on a limb there really isn't any certain logo gurus it started as you said. Sean in Bitcoin cryptocurrencies years ago. But where we're we're really taking it now and I think where it's going is it's where we have. Most pain is is country so as we move to a value based model in healthcare and again surprise surprise. Scott to be the people. We're most concerned with. And we're all as consumers patients ourselves as well. Blockchain is now moving very quickly to partner in health care systems with healthcare with regards to patient billing records right. Eram and all that kind of stuff. So what's happening is blockchain is gonNA come into the what I call the built world because we have the capability of starting to adapt it into what's called smart contracts and with our general contractors really leading the way from a modular and prefab and and how it's all about efficiencies and costs because as you move to the value based model were saying what are we really paying for and we also know. We're not seeing tremendous amounts of five hundred million and billion dollar hostels anymore. Were really going much more again. You've got telemedicine you got AI. You're you're going smaller. You're going closer. The community So as we see micro hospitals as we see 'em obeys your medical office buildings you're.

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"feeley" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

16:08 min | 8 months ago

"feeley" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"You're only as good as what you do and how you affect the debt. That is an if you walk around highlight. You're not going to achieve anything. You'RE NOT GONNA you're not GonNa have realized how good you can be at any and you know the real ethics award. Welcome back to another episode of the Todd could impact show toddrick and your host here and I am so fired up for today's episode. Because I have a great friend on the show today someone. I've known for a long long time. That we have a lot of commonalities. Besides both being strength coaches we both hail from the same hometown of Brick New Jersey. I have the head strength and conditioning coach for the University of Miami Hurricanes football coach. Dave Feeley is in the house coach. How you doing today? I'm doing great man. It's so good to see you and hear your voice. Let's go on. Are you in Coral Gables? Right now you know. Eighty degrees baby eighty degrees and we are recording here in January. And guys if you have not Met Coach Philly before. If you have not watched Miami Hurricanes football let me give you a little bit of a background. I'll let I'll let day Taylor. But as well. But he's had one heck of a run His fifteen seasons of now as strength coach in football primarily. He's had stints at ball state South Carolina Temple Miami and of course Rick Highschool as well and he's got an illustrious career he. This is a second year down at Miami. And you're in for a real treat because Dave has done some amazing things with his at all his stops Very unique cutting edge techniques. We're talk about that today. We're GONNA talk about performance and What it takes to really get to the next level whether you're an athlete Regardless of your level. Or if you're a fitness through this weekend warrior coach field is going to give you some of the things that he's doing to help you get your next level as well so Coach fired up today. You have no idea. Yes Sir I like hearing that now before we go into Miami and talking about hurricanes football and and all that you're doing on there I wanna I wanna go back to where y'all started over brick. What was it like growing up for yourself? In BRICK NEW JERSEY. And how did you go from brick to Miami very small steps a lot of really great small steps you know? It's funny in Nineteen Ninety six. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa date everything right now sitting in the small gymnasium. I SEE BLONDE. Air quarterback looking guide rolling through you. Know the little loans Dylan region going into the weight room with y'all wrestling mat. Rusty your plates zoos. That Guy Todd. Dirk a place quarterback. Why does he lifted so hardened and I was like wow I after that. Got The stories what you both have the same great strength coaches in High School Donald Brown and he started with everything. I'm doing today. We were fortunate back in high school to have coach Brown. Because I remember you know as freshmen. In Highschool. Clean in squat and bench. We were getting after it. We had are are different. You know the iron dragging club and the different different Awards and I remember. I love getting in that weight room. And it'd be like one hundred twenty degrees in that closet. I mean it was a small like I don't even know four hundred square foot closet and we got some serious results but Ivan looked back at some things. That coach Brown did and we were blessed advocates. Like that at a young age and I know he set the trend for you as well so so after high school. What what what happened next so On my high school graduation it was really funny because I had met you face to face and I found out what you did and I thought to myself man that would be. That would be great. You know it's working with people. He helps people. All I kept thinking about was my high school experience with With coach Brown and how much she poured into me and I had met you right on my graduate here was that Nineteen Ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine. So what was I doing? Nine thousand nine hundred ninety. Remember okay so you. You had gotten massage therapy license. You were I believe in San Diego. At the time I think you were training people on the side and it was a year away from when you first open. Finish the year or two away. That's a heck of a memory. Because that's exactly what I was doing. I had like five jobs. I was in Grad School. I was getting my ATC hours at the University of San Diego. I was a adjunct professor at Queens College here in San Diego. I was doing personal training on the side and I was flipping by mattress doing massage therapy at my apartment. I'd five jobs working seven and a half days a week so I'm shocked that used to remember that I finished ten was not even born yet. Well it was. It was getting ready to be born but it was. Those jobs allowed me to Ultimately Format in year two thousand twenty years ago. So that's a heck of a memory. I will never forget it. And then as time went on.

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It's A Big Day For Economic Data

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:52 min | 1 year ago

It's A Big Day For Economic Data

"Well there's the yield curve and then there's the data and to is a big one for economic data give readings at retail sales industrial production his wheels worker productivity to weld walk us through all this this warning were happy to have your name is Shelly to the senior U. S. economist for Bloomberg how do you have a recession when data is good but let's start with that broad question yet not yet I think definitely rising uncertainty about you know trade tensions and the whole you know I'll yield curve in version and market's reaction I raising risks to economic outlook but we're not nearing a recession not just yet I think of the health of the consumer sector remains the driving force of the economy even though you know other sick this might be lacking so but having said that it's very critical to watch the next few payrolls reports all these the payroll so always important but they are becoming really critical just to see whether uncertainties about the outlook of filtering into hiring decisions hiring plans eve that folders we have we're gonna have a trouble okay that's sort of like said that sounds like a slew of your word about self fulfilling prophecy that you know police predictors out there than the consumers and say oh wait a second let me rein in spending sure that's so that's the biggest risk I think we're not there yet but we will keep watching labor market that is critical okay this data dump that we get this one what are we looking at well you mentioned the retail sales and industrial production and we will continue to see the divergences between the consumer sector which remains strong and this will probably be reflected in retail sales this morning in weakness in the business sector industrial production based on hours worked at least that we saw in the latest payrolls report will get a will be extremely weak so but most critical to watch this morning and you didn't mention this to Sir so Feeley said an empire surveys these are most critical to watch this morning because the data the in this service covers the period after trump's tweets initial tweets about re escalation of trade tensions or is specially the manufacturing sector are they not spending because of concerns about what's going to happen in the future or something else it's called uncertainty so when you don't know what's going to happen to policy what happens to terrorists you know you'll just postpone knows some marginal investment plans you you just you just don't know so that's why it is affecting the business sector

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"feeley" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"feeley" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"KPIX TV's Devon Feeley in Gilroy four people dead including the shooter there's also reports of as many as fifteen other people who have been injured in the shooting police say that it appears at this point that the shooter may have caught through a fence the chief of police said that people going into the festival had to pass through metal detectors there were bag searches so this does begin to answer the question about how someone would get a rifle as it has been described to us into this festival police are also looking into a possible second suspect connected to the shooting another departure from the trump administration director of national intelligence Dan coats is leaving after two years on the job CBS news correspondent Nicole Killian president trouble on Sunday tweeted is things to go to will step down on August fifteenth the president announced he's nominating Texas congressman John Radcliffe as the next director in a tweet trump praise Radcliffe of former US attorney job will lead and inspire greatness for the country he loves two weeks ago the president took on for Congress woman of color on Twitter leading to national news charges of racism against the president and the president doubling down on the attack this weekend it was a similar playbook against Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings university of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabato if you look at Donald Trump's career he looks to see what you're accusing him of and he turns around and accuses you of the very same thing often before you have a chance to accuse them on the Sunday talk shows house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler on CNN discussing the topic of impeaching the president my personal view is that he richly deserves impeachment is done many impeachable offenses he's violated the was six ways from Sunday but that's not the question the question is can we develop enough evidence to put before the American people if you're taking a drive cross country commuting to work or simply riding into town every day you might notice that gas prices are slightly down on average over the past two weeks trilby Lundberg follows the ups and downs of the oil and gas markets the low in this sample is baton Rouge at two twenty four where tax on gasoline and thirty nine cents and.

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"feeley" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"They're trying to they're not worried about talking to some agent. You know, so I think those relationships. Are very instrumental in getting guys opportunities and keeping guys on that radar. You know, there's a list five or six guys that every teams gotten they bring guys in when I was I was unemployed during those tryouts if he the same four or five guys at pretty much every workout that you go to this recipe. This travelling road show guys, get employed. It's just it's so different than any other position the NFL because it's one for one like a guy has to do poorly, and he has to lose his job or get injured. So you come in to get a job. And so you you feel bad because it is a small fraternity, and you know, each other. Well, you have a lot of friendships bad for guy. But at the end of the day, it's about you going out there and trying to win the job J Feeley. Really? Appreciate the time. Great stuff as always thanks for. Thanks for making some time for us. Oh, my are. Good to talk to you. I'm gonna head back in and watch my daughter play ball, like j prejudge your brother, she dominates. Thanks, man. Jay that was really cool. It's really nice to make some time step away from from his daughter's volleyball game J Feeley good guy on Twitter at J Feeley, Jane Alaska, also Ajay good guy, raiders fan told us last week Bill. You're not rather than anything on this, buddy. By readily, be fine. J may have a mayor culpa for us. We're gonna find out on righter than you with me. Bill Ryder just a moment. We'll take your phone calls who want to get on that raiders conversation. Eight five five two one two four CBS after we get a CBS sports radio update. For Marco balletti..

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"feeley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ms actively if there was no spotlight on this case and the judge in that case timothy feeley has been under extreme scrutiny in the weeks since that ruling with some lawmakers calling for his impeachment wbz news time ten oh one president trump spending his day on capitol hill meeting with house republicans to discuss a pair of immigration bills as comes as members of both parties both on the hill and across america express outrage over the president's zero tolerance policies that have separated thousands of migrant children from their parents as they crossed the mexican border we're doing the right thing we're taking care of these children last night attorney general jeff sessions defended the administration's zerotolerance policy which he first announced in april newly released department of homeland security numbers show two thousand three hundred forty two children or separated from their parents at the border from may fifth to june nine cbs's paula reed reporting now many of those children are being housed in metal cages at makeshift facilities some have been flown to other states hundreds of miles from the border such as floor an audio recording from the nonprofit group propublica appears to capture the voices of children crying out for their parents at one of those detention centers journalists including david begg note of cbs news have toward the facilities in recent days but they're not allowed to share any photos from those facilities boston mayor marty walsh not mincing words this morning with wbz's josh binswanger horrible site trump trump is using the use of the democrats and republicans he's he's hot lescot was person in an embarrassment to the united states of america he's one of a growing list of local lawmakers calling for the policies to stop earlier this month governor charlie baker had committed some of the state's national guard resources to assist with the president's push to curb illegal immigration yesterday he changed his mind saying he'll no longer send those assets as he believes the policies are resulting in quote the inhumane treatment of children will continue to follow that story is at develops here on wbz wbz news time ten oh to how about those storms last night some of those pack a real punch leaving damage across the region thousand still in the dark for a while as a result wbz's ben parker is following the cleanup from west to east across vassar chusetts vermont new hampshire to the coast of maine there were pockets of widespread damage and plenty of scattered issues from the storms that rolled across the region in chelmsford don barstools house was blocked by downed trees he tells wbz tv for a time there was some pretty wild weather to win stirred up i've never seen it that much here i thought there might even be a small tornado i don't know but then all of a sudden power went out there was hail in some areas lightning strikes to a few of them caused fires at homes in keene new hampshire a small plane was flipped over by the winds were also tornado warnings for a time in parts of central and western massachusetts though some rotation was spotted there were no actual reports of tornadoes touching down ben parker wbz newsradio ten thirty still to come and the legal opening of pot shops just weeks away the states cannabis control commission has yet to issue any licenses wbz's right now it's wbz news time ten oh three time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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"feeley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hour number two coming up here on a tuesday night it's june fifth and we're talking about judge timothy feeley he's a superior court judge not much superior about him but he's a superior court judge in salem massachusetts and salem superior court now for those of you who perhaps think well i heard a little bit about this guy let me just very briefly explain to you what the newest development is we talked to you a week or so ago about a case in which this judge in his infinite judicial wisdom gave a heroin dealer a two years a sentence of two years on probation as a heroin dealer the heroin dealer had been caught in june of two thousand fifteen his lawyers had fought file all sorts of motions to suppress evidence etcetera failed so finally earlier this year came a point in time with they had a lobby conference which they tried to figure out how to deal with this he had fifteen grams of heroin in forty pouches he was dealing apparently with the woman out of beverly on a near daily near daily if not daily basis in neighbors in peabody had essentially alerted the police and they finally caught him in the act of doing a deal he had a couple of hides in his car these are specifically made compartments that to the average person be compartment doesn't exist in the only way you open that compartment is with a electron combination anyway the judge in this case in april had in court said this this was this guy was only trying to support his family this was not a drug addict who is dealing to fund his own addiction to judge said but rather a person who made terrible judgment sent decisions but made them for what he thought was in the best interest of his family obviously to make money you're used to say you could apply the same attitude towards a somebody who brought the bank or someone who rob your house anyway this judge earlier last month had.

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Michigan State to pay Larry Nassar abuse victims $500M in settlements

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Michigan State to pay Larry Nassar abuse victims $500M in settlements

"A break after pleading guilty salem superior court judge timothy feeley rejected the prosecutor's request for at least one year behind bars saying men well sort of a teeny was just trying to support his family by selling drugs the judge said sort of a teeny was not an addict and sentenced him instead to two years probation earlier today governor baker weighed in on that ruling with people who are killing heroin just dealing heroin dealing with an addiction just dealing heroin my view on that is those people to be treated to the full extent of the law i don't know the facts in this particular case as it's been described to me it's disappointing disturbing even judge feely also said he was taking into account possible immigration consequences that sort of a teeny would face because of that convection and this just into the wbz newsroom michigan state university now we'll pay five hundred million dollars to the women and girls assaulted by disgraced sports dr larry nassar at settlement involves hundreds of women who say they were assaulted during socalled treatments with nasser that's women including olympic gymnast aly razman of needham also mccallum maroney and gabby douglas nassar pleading guilty earlier this year to those charges he's now serving decades behind bars coming up there might be trouble ahead for president trump's plan summit with north korean leader kim jong un we'll tell you why after bloomberg business right here on wbz right now though it's time to check traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes it's brought to you this noontime of the van loans school at endicott college what's up jim ryan delays downtown boston do.

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"feeley" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"My daughter good night out of the prom on his instagram post with the gun in his hand you know hanging down and you know in it said hashtag bad boys which is from the bad boys movie with martin lawrence and will smith care is scaring a little living daylights out of a kid that had come to see his daughter to take his daughter out that's what paul was talking about paul had a problem with the photo with j feeley doing that i thought it was completely overblown i thought that it was absolutely positively nothing for j feeley apologize for paul disagreed and here we are go ahead paul okay so you also said yesterday before i got on that you are kind of in the middle of some issues but you stand behind the parkland kids and what they're trying to do that right yes okay well where does it start it's usually starts with a wariness anytime you have cause you wanna little awareness and what you hope to do with some of that awareness is to change attitudes possibly change some behaviors and i think that they that this this attitude that is always you know it's cool to make a joke about shooting somebody is is for some people probably problematic and they got a problem with that if my argument with you is that you're looking at him making a joke about shooting somebody i looked at him making a joke as a father about look these are the kind of things that'll happen to you if you are my daughter in other words it's pausing it i get that but i don't look at it quite the way that you do and i think a lot of.

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"feeley" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"My daughter good night out of the prom on his instagram post with the gun in his hand you know hanging down and you know in it said hashtag bad boys which is from the bad boys movie with martin lawrence and will smith care is scaring a little living daylights out of a kid that had come to see his daughter to take his daughter out that's what paul was talking about paul had a problem with the photo with j feeley doing that i thought it was completely overblown i thought that it was absolutely positively nothing for j feeley apologize for paul disagreed and here we are go ahead paul okay so you also said yesterday before i got on that you are kind of in the middle of some issues but you stand behind the parkland kids and what they're trying to do that right yes okay well where does it start it's usually starts with a wariness anytime you have cause you wanna little awareness and what you hope to do with some of that awareness is to change attitudes possibly change some behaviors and i think that they that this this attitude that is always you know it's cool to make a joke about shooting somebody is is for some people probably problematic and they got a problem with that if my argument with you is that you're looking at him making a joke about shooting somebody i looked at him making a joke as a father about look these are the kind of things that'll happen to you if you are my daughter in other words it's pausing it i get that but i don't look at it quite the way that you do and i think a lot of.

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"feeley" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on WWL

"And dot com i know this is gonna come as a severe shock to you but somebody did something on social media and posted a picture and you may want to have a seat all know somebody reacted negatively to it come on i'm telling ya i'm sorry i you know i know it strains credibility but it happened j feeley a former kicker whom i believe spent time with the nfl in any with the eagles rather than the nfl he posted a picture of himself standing between his daughter beautiful young lady and his and her data handsome young man apparently standing between them with a gun in his hand and i guess it was supposed to be the old thing of keep your hands off my daughter her home early blah blah blah blah ha ha ha moments well did supposed to be his daughter is looking at him like oh dad that's what the look on a face with john away come on well like yeah i guess i don't know or maybe like oh dead you're such a cut up and as the kid is smiling the prime guy the data smiling and nita and seemed to be offended by it and people are saying that it's not funny that that it has so long after what do you call them parkland and and marjory stoneman douglas it's not season.

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"feeley" Discussed on Nacion ESPN

Nacion ESPN

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on Nacion ESPN

"As early as hispanic fan and hispanic person having to know how to party is a big part of this so what's next all right the nation in which you rather eat doing kellettclarke charterer feeley cheese stake now quick i don't really like philly cheese thing threaded several times i hated iron lounge jared got yes i'm sorry i know when i really needed no baby clam charters um chatter every day all georgia are you serious i don't like it was eight clam charters and appetizers take the serious existence crimes going to chinese and appetizers willing t stake we'll fill you up get the fairly and get a fully cheese day or it yet this is a no brainer it's villages that you've got meet you've got bread you've got onions you've got all sorts of stuff in there it is an actual meal as chad pointed out and it taste delicious clint cheddars gross dude like forget about it's clams out a regular jogger also guys let's back on hutu rather watch either movie marquee mark or wills men chad chad businesses that's a tough one that's a tough one because they're both tool for nominal actors to that i really love in love all their work in everything name done but if i had it oh oh give it to somebody had the goal will smith will smith i'm going with two about what are you got will smith can make me cry wolf me will make me laugh will smith mit will make me think mark warburg is just ripped so it's it's will it's real will.

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"feeley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Feeley says he looked at his friend and told him play as long as you can brady smile back and winked for years he wanted to prove he belonged in this league he won three super bowls and still used perceived slights to motivate himself any still finding ways to motivate himself i heard the same thing about to sell and then i i said it's no accident when she went on that cbs morning show and she said what she said about tom with concussions that was that was bydesign in my opinion that was not a coincidence here but jay feely saying that jews l went to him and got tried to get unconvincing to us topline so certainly understand a i dunno if tom's pleased that that came out he didn't want to share the low cow of their vacation but he's going to share a juice l wanted meted convinced hungary to hire i could probably find the low cow of their vacation i can't find that quote unless he dishes that up sweden d they gave us like towel the other i meant to save a mix that up bill yes i met this shouldn't say where we were big we went on vacation not the general like dude i told you you can say kabo you just can't say the giselle thing i told you how to do this thorn um i bet my bed they may not be going to the same locale next year on vacation but jay feely and tom brady the apple will feeley still be inner circle after giving up to soar once you're out of the circle known circled trust when he really didn't give that one up in nearly club abc filiasi foremost media kicking expert i don't think that kennett juices so me like oh if you're taught brady he has a great insight by the way as a championship game yeah yeah he does.

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"feeley" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Arguments for a second so yes we can understand from a touchy feeley perspective uh why would be preferable for the person who requires caregiving to want to remain in their home environment their own home environment they're familiar surroundings but if you're a parent do you really want to put that stress in that obligation on your children who are perhaps you know there are thriving in their own lives they've got the priority as it should be for their own children i mean let's flip the argument a little bit and talk about some of the the duality these with this whole intervention as whole approach and what to do what you know how how do you get your own needs taken care of in knowing that there is a chance that you can thrive back to good health again knowing that you're caregivers are your loved ones who have a relationship with you but at the same time you don't want to be that that burden on them well the thing is is that when you're going into old age number one you have to have your major deaths paid off you have to have a savings account i know that extremely hard for some people but if you cannot provide a savings accounts then longterm care insurance comes into play and that will have where you can hire the caregiver are you won't depend on your children you could have someone comes if our homes and if you absolutely cannot go to that point thin that's where assisted living does come into play on medicare and there are different uh agencies that do cover some things are the best thing for me to say as good a benefit dot org i mean that growth and you can search five state category and it will help you find resources if you cannot prepare for the future time and what is side what is your url for your website it is the ultimate caregiving expert dot com.

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"feeley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The past by an incomplete joseph was over there as the safety the raiders this kelsea running a corner pattern the same pattern seemed set of the feeley at a touchdown against the dallas cowboys all the planes don't always work and right there are a mess so sure there wasn't a little extracurricular all curricular activity that kept at from working but all the same they got what they wanted they had the match up he was open it just didn't work g for two of three on third down including a third in sixteen conversion this was third in five at the writer allowed greater showing middle blitz 1055 to go second quarter ten nothing troops snap back on the right to alex smith during the right car dropped by kelsea lasted in the sun only the third drought this season for kelsea he was wide open and would have had a touch there in the angle of the sun at this time in december in this stadium might have thrown kelsea off you just runs a little star roxbury goes in towards nicklaus borrow and it comes right back out in the well as you said i think he loses in the psalmist who bad that's the one big thing about the chiefs they have to convert the resolute desk week over two thousand difference in the game the chiefs our top three in the league in fewer strives now but her will try a field goal of twenty nine yards from the ride had 10 nothing kansas city 1050 wanted to go second quarter and butger hits the field goal in assets at kansas city chiefs rookie record twenty six makes the georgia tech rookie an alltime kansas city chiefs record and he joined the team in week form ten 48 to go first half thirteen nothing chiefs on achieves rocks what bowl radio network.

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"feeley" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on One Two Review

"Yes some some definitely some eve end of it is is it ends like a war film for me it's inspirational in that sense sin that you can overcome that you can you know stick with your brothers or sisters depending you know your team your crew because that's what really gets them through the end up kind of you know every single one of those dear really push through and really fight nah keep the spirit alive to get them out of there yet zurture no doubt the brotherhood then sisterhood between these these reindeer is really work carried carried santa across those so the crossed that border and um i was disappointed to see a translator and dancer get killed but there's going to be some casualties yep that's war in every war those casualties yeah i will say the cgi anna's red nose was pretty fucking awesome um just the way lit up everything around him really casted some nice cinema tigra raphy callers yet get some cool scenes at of that affect uh what let's review rid of gas this is a lit this is this is the action packed christmas movie i've been craving and waiting for christmas movies are too touchy feeley you know um it's it's all about family it's all about heartwarming i wanna see some violence i wanna see some explosions uh i wanna see some battles shit and this movie really delivers at for me so i give it to points uh yeah i'm gonna give third this film a similar score me give it to points this well i i love the arab more fake anthropomorphic would have your com the the jacked up deers were great as big fan to them i thought the action was incredible and it definitely did tap into kind of some of the feels i had when i watch saving private ryan yeah this is just that brotherhood again brotherhood sister had would we will call it human human hood uh was present even in these dear so at two points.

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"feeley" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on Dreamland

"This is whitley strieber and this is dreamland you've reached the edge of the world walgreens lenders two day we have a new guest someone who has never been on the show who to my knowledge has not done much major media in the united states at all but i think he is well worth listening to and learning from michael feeley is a former uk police officer he was an investigator for seventeen years which helps in what we're going to talk about because we're going to go to ancient egypt in a very new way and a lot of other places too because this is a man with a mission and he has really been deeply inspired let me let me put it this way we're going to be asking questions about who the egyptian gods really were what does christ actually mean what is the hidden meaning of to the commons death mask but before four that michael let's talk a little bit about you and let the listeners know who michael feeley is a police officer for seventeen years and suddenly he's traipsing around in egypt two of turning over secrets that have not perhaps been revealed in with a clarity for thousands of years what in the world happened well at thank you for having me on your show quickly well my pleasure i sankie will yes ozer ciller an emergency response frontline place officer in the uk and i worked mainly city areas london had been one of them so it was quite question experience and as part of that experience i used to investigate crime scenes.

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"feeley" Discussed on Clockwise

Clockwise

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on Clockwise

"And what does what does blue you do i don't know i don't wanna think about it i hadn't gotten fr i i think it is some sort of like personal care constant contact touchy feeley way too much email kind of star starter lots of faces an happy for my stairway to words who i love it i love it won't mind is green security so i guess allison's company and mine our friends and i guess what that would be is like uh that the package is that i sell as like okay you have a security system right now right we'll yours sucks because it's ruining the environment so get green security which wild keeps everything sustainable will keep you secure all right dan that is the end of another episode of clockwise we did it indeed we did and on in record time almost but yes all this leftists to thank our wonderful guests of course allison shared and we are so happy to have you back thanks for joining us thank you so much any time i'll get up at six thirty in the morning to go exercise just to be here law education shelly brisbane thank you so much for being here as well thanks for having me and lamy beyond the show with my room me allison from across the internet and mike i guess were technically remains across the inner at sort of is that a thing yeah yeah we share an internet space of hey please washes dishes in the sink a nice of they were just soaking it well i gotta go and do that now so it's time for us to remind all our good friends out there listening watch what you say and keep watching the clock by everybody.

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"feeley" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"feeley" Discussed on The Four Top

"Evidence that i've seen as to what makes cleaneating were that it's all seems to be about you feel better i mean of course you feel better if you're trying to eat healthy area letter by could afford to spend i l a great i looked for evidence that i invite saving developing bears because it's too is not welldefined it's night it's just a fad i don't think anyone's even like in the academic world i don't think anyone's ever really even looked at it rigorously on to to see if there was any kind of benefit and so it just all kind of comes down to the touchy feeley kind of bs lion of wet it can do for you and i dunno i dislike at that with a eyeroll anna hair flick and just kind of areas grand of yell or the exact defend that yeah i'll always with with these diet translate the paleo diet and now this i feel like there are a lot of references to this is the traditional way people a and i always think will let life expectancy in the centuries and millennia when people eight this way was much shorter than it is today so why would i want to get the also have they watch game of thrones where they just eat like need and meat pies joe citre here tuesday full and if you did if you write about global food security this just seems so trivial it's just what is going to feed rial aggregate worldwide and you're going to have to process some food i'm sorry although it is sad that it seems like this is a very very upper uppermiddleclass phenomenon and only these people are able to afford basic what's basically just fresh food.

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