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A highlight from GEN C: Dressing the Digital World With Derek Edwards, Nick Gonzalez and Megan Kaspar
"Gen C is the generation of the new Internet. In Gen C, the C stands for crypto, but it also stands for creators, the connected consumer and collectibles, both digital and physical with on -chain provenance. It stands for culture and characters, the ones we play in games and the companion ones that AI is building alongside us. It stands for community and digital citizenship and the new set of transparent and trustless tools being built to govern them. These are the people who were raised on a different philosophy on how they look at money, how they look at identity, how they look at privacy and how they look at the hybrid, digital and physical spaces being built all around us. And finally, how they reimagine their relationships with the communities and companies they interact with. We focus on how brands large and small are building for these audiences. Welcome to Gen C. Welcome, everyone, to the special episode of Gen C. We're about halfway through Fashion Week here in New York City. So we thought for this week, we would feature a special conversation that was had at Consensus this year called Dressing the Digital World, Cutting Edge or Out of Fashion, and features a group of people who are really some of the smartest minds in the idea of digital fashion. It has Derek Edwards from Collab in Currency, one of the sort of big brains who talks about the idea of ownership of digital assets and where we're going with trust -minimized databases and on -chain recording of transactions. We have Megan Casper, who's one of the leading voices in digital fashion, also a founding member of Red Dow. And we also have Nick Gonzalez, the co -founder of UNXD. UNXD and their team help bring large brands into the digital space. Folks like Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino and a bunch of others, really an amazing group of technologists. A couple of notes. This was recorded live at Consensus this year. It is in front of a audience, so you might hear a little bit of room noise from the conversation. In addition, there is a video component that is playing behind them, just some of the assets that they're talking about. Not necessary to enjoy the conversation, but if you want to, we will have the link to the session in the show notes. So if you want to watch it instead of listen to it, all you have to do is register for a Coindesk account and that should give you access to the video. But we just thought, given it's Fashion Week, we are ready to bring you an amazing conversation all about digital fashion. Avery and I will be back next week with some amazing guests and we have a really amazing lineup of guests coming over the next bunch of weeks, which we're excited to share with you. So with that, I hope you enjoy this conversation around digital fashion from Consensus 2023. Welcome. Thank you guys for joining me. So topic today is dressing the digital world, cutting edge or out of fashion. I think we are all probably on the cutting edge side of it, but let's just set the stage. Let's introduce yourself and we'll go from my side over this way. All right, Derek, you go first. No, you're ready. I say who you are, how you fit into this world, and a little bit about what your background is. Who wants to go? Megan's got this. Megan. Hi everyone. Thank you for coming today. I'm Megan Casper. I am one of the founding members along with Derek of RedDow, which is the world's first digital fashion focused Dow. And we invest in and incubate and purchase digital fashion items and platforms to help proliferate the narrative around the digital fashion opportunities. Hey everyone, I'm Nick Gonzalez. I'm a co -founder of UNXD and we're writing the next chapter on luxury in the Web3 space. We are probably most well known for a partnership with Dolce & Gabbana, creating the first couture collection on chain, Collezzione Genesee, of which RedDow was a buyer and participant. And most recently, we're bringing Dolce & Gabbana from kind of the Web3 space into the Web3 gaming space with the launch of Masana .xyz coming up this year, and just announced a partnership with Valentino, one of the hottest Italian fashion brands out there. My name is Derek Edwards. I'm a managing partner at Collab Currency. We're an early stage Web3 investment group. We invest in some of the leading consumer Web3 projects at the seed stage. So some of my favorite products, things like Artblocks and Super Rare and Gallery, and also a co -founding member of Tribute Dow, which is focused on fashion and digital fashion and Web3. And then related to digital fashion, early stage investor and some of the products that are helping build out this industry. So things like IYK and 90CC and Shibuya Brand and Ready Player Me and things like this. So great panel here. Very excited for the combo. Awesome. And so I want to set the stage because you were all involved in that sort of iconic doge crown sale. And that was historic. I think it was over 400 ETH you bought for. And that was 2021, real high peak. And how has things changed since that moment for you? How are things evolved? We're two years from that. Obviously, the sales of that magnitude aren't happening right now. But, you know, do you think we're going to return to that? Where have we gone? And whoever wants to start up on that. Do you want to provide context on what it was? Yeah. So the doge crown is more than just, I guess, a meme. It was an actual physical item that was part of the Collecioni Genesee Drop that was based around Altamota 2021. It's a really fantastic crown. I think if we have a photo of it, that's probably going to come up. Both a physical and digital item. And this was really when we were creating something with Dolce & Gabbana, we really wanted to make something that started at the pinnacle of what fashion was for the brand. So we started with Altamota. So with the couture collection that they did. And this was a really beautiful piece inspired by the city of Venice and the doge palace that's there. And it had this very nice crossover with doge and doge coin. So it was a little bit of a wink and a nod, but was really exciting to collectors of both fashion and the Web3 space. And that's, I think, where we saw when physical and digital were combining. That intersection that's happening technically also happened in the cultural space as well, as we saw so many people in Web3 looking for the next phase of what was happening once you could tokenize items. Yeah. And as a member of Red Dow, we were most excited. This was our inaugural purchase. So we purchased the crown and the auction and also two of the jackets that were just shown. The jackets are purely digital. And this is the first time in history that a high end luxury fashion brand launched any initiatives in Web3. So that was really our moment entering into Web3 from the luxury standpoint. And at Red, we were really excited about that purchase. I know I was going to say like from an investment point of view, sort of like, you know, what was yours? Yeah, so I'll just say like since 2021, which is, I think, the question you teed up, I would say behaviorally, I think I continue to see the same things that I was looking for in 2023 that I was in 2021. I mean, this idea of digital objects having value, I think is something that has been around for decades. So I was an early player in some of these Internet economies, things like World of Warcraft, things like Diablo 2. And there were markets that would form for digital objects, whether they were armor or swords or skins. And these would be priced off market. But these digital objects didn't live on a trust -minimized database like a blockchain. They lived on a server, a private database. And over decades, we've continued to see behaviorally the same things happen. So just listen to this awesome talk right before this. There's Spencer from Yuga who referenced Counter -Strike skins, which continue to sell tens of millions of dollars worth of skins every single quarter. And these are not objects that live on a blockchain. These are objects that live on a private database. But there's still a demand and a growing demand by younger audiences to want to flex, to want to own, to want to curate their identity in these digital spaces. And so things like this drop and things like a lot of the images that you'll see up here is really just sliding into this grand trend line of younger audiences wanting to participate meaningfully inside of these digital economies in ways that help shape and inform their identity. And so I have seen nothing over the last two years than an acceleration towards these behaviors and couldn't be more excited about the things that are being worked on to optimize around this. I think it's a really interesting point you made around the Counter -Strike from the last thing. And we've seen that there's been black markets for skins, but they're not on chain. And this is a way to have these verifiable, legitimate things. And I think that's one of the things that I think is interesting about bringing Web3 to fashion is that ability to have providence. So is that something that drew Dolce & Gabbana to the project? 100%. I think it's a question that comes up with every fashion brand, particularly a luxury brand that we work with. If you're creating an item that is so exclusive and so valuable, if it's a one -of -one in real life, now it can be a one -of -one digitally as well. And that providence is stored on the blockchain. So now, Red Dow and the other buyers of Cholezion and Genesee have that piece forever for as long as Ethereum is operating. I hope it does. I'm not worried about Ethereum. Yeah. And then now that's expanding even further, more and more into the digital space. So I think if 2021 was about couture for us, 2022 was about ready -to -wear, and then now in 2023 is really about expanding into that gaming realm, that digital kind of looking towards what's going on in the digital space and helping enhance those experiences. I think we always say that people spend their money where they spend their time, and people are spending more and more time on gaming than they ever had before. You're looking at a quarter of a trillion dollar industry that has about 50 billion in cosmetics every year. It's going to be relevant, just like emerging markets were relevant to fashion brands as buyers coming out of China, coming out of all around the world. The same thing is going to happen in gaming. People are going to want to enhance their experience of those games. They're going to want to connect to those communities. And fashion is part of that. Great. And what do you say to sort of the skeptics of the people who are sort of saying like, well, that seems like a lot of money to spend on something that I can't physically hold. And we'll come back to the physical part of it. Like there are the connected pieces. No, Megan, go for it. I'll pick up. Megan. Well, you know, if you look at the amount of people in the world that are, we're all netizens basically. There's over 4 billion people using social media. And, you know, I think social media and gaming are going to merge into this social reality. And as we get to device disruption from our smartphones handheld, some near eye wearable, or even a brain computer interface chip, I think that, you know, the dematerialization of physical reality that's happening will be incremental over the next 10 or 15 years. So the generations that say, you know, digital is not as important as the physical, this really doesn't speak to them. This is more for the younger generations. And I feel like as millennials, we're sort of the bridge between, you know, the old paradigm and this new paradigm and the wave of dematerialization. Yeah, brilliant. The only other thing I would add is we're heading on a one way train right now. And it's like the convergence of multiple trend lines. It's the fact that a younger demographic wants to curate their identity in digital spaces more than they want to curate it in physical spaces. And those represent like this generation's next consumers for these objects. The second is the hardware constraints are now being relaxed, such that more immersive experiences around how you shape your identity can be enjoyed by larger groups of people. And as Megan said, we're just spending more of our time in these digital environments than we ever have. I mean, I've been saying this for years, but we've already been in a metaverse light. We are on Zoom calls all day. We're on Twitter. We're on Facebook taking photos of our physical self so we can curate our digital identity. We're already doing behaviorally the things that an immersive metaverse like environment should look like. It's just all built on private databases and it's all being patched together by bad technology. But the truth is blockchains are just a settlement layer for digital ownership. All of the information that we're using on these private databases will one day live on trust minimized databases for the benefits that we all know. There's interoperability, there's composability, there's price discovery. And these trend lines are all converging very quickly. And over time, I think it'll be shocking when folks start realizing a non -trivial amount of the world's GDP is going to run on blockchains and it's going to be digital objects and digital value. Yeah. And that really brings up something Megan, I know you've posed in virtual fashion. Can you speak a little bit about where does that come from and how do you see that growing? Well, it's still very early, but one of our portfolio companies, Dress X, they use 15 different use cases for digital fashion, which is the most out of any digital fashion company that exists. And just to sort of show their capabilities, I was the first human to wear a digital fashion NFT on live television in 2021. And then I was also the first human to be featured on the cover of a magazine wearing high -end luxury fashion. So Fendi let us superimpose digital clothing onto the photos of me. And those are just two ways that someone can use digital fashion, but people are valuing their digital identities more than their physical. And as we begin to value our digital more and more, we'll really care about the way that it looks and how we're able to show our ownership of items. Because today, the outfit that I'm wearing, the designer has no idea where I'm wearing it, who's seeing it, where it's being posted. But all of that post -sale consumer data and analytics can be now collected, put on chain, and then hopefully the wearer can be compensated. So there is definitely a lot of business models and new business model disruption that will come out of all of these use cases. Yeah, I think that really touches on also something I think we touched on when we chatted before, that idea that you start to build a community. And how is that something into all of what you're working on, but that you do get to know, not just someone who walks in the store or hands over a credit card, but you actually start to build a relationship with these customers. I mean, how does that fit in to sort of, you know, Nick? Yeah, I mean, I can take that first. So I mean, I think that this is a new experience, particularly for luxury brands. They know that they missed kind of e -commerce going online. They knew that going into Web 2 was a new experience for them, which was kind of the user could go from purchasing your products online to commenting on what you're posting online. And then now it's a whole new level of interaction that's happening through Web 3. So we have a Discord server that we're managing. That's tying into Twitter. We're doing Twitter spaces. Davide Segeri from Dolce & Gabbana was just today had the first time somebody from Dolce & Gabbana was authorized to speak on behalf of the brand in our Discord space. So it's a new experience. But the power that it's tapping into is the fact that now people are not able to just become consumers of an item and have that relationship end once they leave the store or fear that they're going to be harassed through email spam or something like that. Instead, now they're truly owners of the object that they bought digitally as well. And that creates a new relationship that can be scaled through software. So you can kind of create this digital intimacy, I think, that brands have been so good doing in the real world when you visit a boutique. Now that kind of ownership can be proof of ownership so that now when they're online, I can identify somebody like Megan who's living in the future. It's seriously like you hopped in a time machine and this is what everybody's going to be like in the next five to 10 years. And we can identify all of our holders and then help give them new items or help reward the people who are the biggest collectors or promoters of the brand themselves. And this is all evolving. It's not just going to necessarily be about one thing, but it's going to be about all these things that are leveraged through the power of digital ownership. I'll anchor this to a real world example, which is 90cc. It's the hat I'm wearing right now. And inside of this hat, there's a little nine right here. There's a little NFC chip in here powered by IYK, which is a software resolver layer for NFC chips to interact between the physical and this blockchain -based database. Once you actually have that tie between a digital asset that lives on a blockchain and a physical that can be linked to it, you can start to create very interesting experiences that could be pushed to this end user. There's a proof, there's a provenance that exists now. There's also a marketplace that can form on top of these primitives such that anyone can create a module through IYK to be able to push new experiences with the creator's intent, like a game. And that game could have score, and that score could have a leaderboard. And you can now start to see how brands can communicate with their end users post -purchase in a way that just wasn't previously possible because we now have this provenance that exists on this permanent, immutable, trust -minimized global database that we've never had access to before. And that's a very powerful primitive. 90cc is really just starting to scratch the surface of what they can do there. But there's all sorts of experiences, value -add, communication that can now exist between creator and owner of a physical object in a way that just didn't exist before. And I think that's some of the tie that I think is really exciting here over the next couple of years. The chips, are they washable? Like if you have a new shirt, are you going to ruin it when you throw in the drive? I've never washed this shirt. I'm going to wear it forever. No, they are washable, retains perfect usage. So they're pretty durable. Great. But yeah, I think that that sort of interaction in real life sort of connects these communities. And back in the 2021, again, there were the ape fest. Do you see that as kind of like gatherings by brand, sort of something that's going to return? I think it's sort of faded away a bit, but do you think that's going to rise back up? I think that wallet adoption, that's one of the biggest trends that I'm watching. And I think that it's going to take more people using wallets and being able to interact with the wallet in an easy, streamlined, simple way. Right now you have like rainbow and metamask and a few others, and they're just the barrier to entry is not super streamlined and easy for consumers. And when I think about web three versus web two, we have pretty streamlined consumer capabilities when it comes to buying things online. And I think that web three will just make it much easier. So instead of logging in and typing in all of your address, your credit card payment, I think that it'll just streamline that connect wallet and then immediately take out whatever the payment is. Hopefully your address will be saved on there. And it'll be a one click purchase and streamline. And then everything you own, like the receipts of what you own are now showing in your wallet. And you can share that from a standpoint of digital flexing or just have that for different ways of optimizing ownership and taking leverage against things that you own. So imagine 30 to 40 percent of the average American's closet goes unworn. Most people don't even know what they have. That's why they're continually shopping all the time and buying new things. Well, if you have everything in one place, you can see it and then you actually know the value of your closet and the value of your assets and you can take leverage against them. This gets pretty interesting. I actually love that. My husband actually works for StickFix, which is sort of like, you know, curating things, but they don't know what you have in your closet. And that was something we've talked about in that idea that you could let people sort of help you out curating. Like, do you think that's something that would come in? So, you know, multiple brands working together to say, like, all right, everyone who wants to be in will help you create outfits, will suggest things. Do you think that's something that's possible? I mean, just came to me, but I think that's super interesting. I think A .I. will have a huge play in that. You know, the Web 2 apps like Stylebook that catalog your clothing. I think that we'll have another application and layer of A .I. in there. So, A .I. and blockchain, I think, are huge components of what we're gonna experience with Web 3 consumerism. Yeah, I totally agree. The only other thing I would add there is we're now taking these physical objects that have helped shape identity and we're creating these digital representations of them in a very inexpensive way. When you start putting what has previously been physical into a digital environment that's programmable, that actually demonstrates provenance, that can be read by anyone on a global public ledger, all of these things are gonna mix and match. These ingredients are very powerful. And new types of products and new types of services are gonna get created, many of which that leverage models and LMs to things that we can't even dream up today. But, like, the fact that we're now digitizing the world onto this public database is an unlock that I think people don't quite recognize yet. It's gonna increase the types of products, the types of services, the terms of these markets in ways that just aren't really conceivable right now. I could just actually add one thing to that. Getting back to the point about, I think I've been talking about the connection between the brand and the community, what's also within the community themselves. Now that people can identify who is a holder of a piece of Dolce & Gabbana, the DG family boxes or any of the pieces from Riel de Parallella, they can start connecting with each other. And to the point around A .I., we just had this year with Metaverse Fashion Week, we had a fashion competition where actually people from the communities were designing pieces that could then be featured as part of the Dolce & Gabbana collection there. And one of the members of our community actually used A .I. to help create, you know, he's not a designer per se in the traditional sense, but he has enough of a way around computers and enough taste that he went and used A .I. to actually generate an outfit that was good enough to be selected as one of the finalists as part of that. So it's already here, I guess is the key. It's just not evenly distributed, I guess, as I was saying. No, I think that's really interesting, especially because I think, you know, you think of luxury fashions as highly controlling of their brand image and their IP and that, you know, Web3's ESOS is decentralized. So the idea that we're starting to allow people who are proven sort of brand ambassadors or brand fans participate in the ecosystem is really interesting. Do you think we'll see more of that? Do you think there'll be some kind of, you know, real tension points? Like, I think Dolce & Gabbana is, you know, at the forefront of Valentino coming on board. Nike, you know, coming in, there's a lot of brands who are sort of like welcoming sort of that thing. You know, they had a competition that curating Instagram so they could get people in. But I'm sure there will be brands that are sort of like, you know, we're Chanel. I don't know Chanel if they're into it or not, but and we don't want that. And do you think that is against the Web3 ESOS? Like, how do we decide that deal? I think it's a spectrum. I think it's something that brands will ring fence in the way that they're comfortable with. Sometimes people interject into social media and don't want comments. So they, you know, turn those off on the different platforms, but then they lose out on all these other great interactions. Dolce & Gabbana has been very forward thinking and as a consequence, they reap the rewards of that. So I think it's going to come down to the brand themselves, I think, as you're correctly hinting there between Chanel and others. I just wanted to add, I think it's important for people to recognize the level of success that has happened with UNXD, bringing in Dolce & Gabbana and Valentino. So if you look at luxury fashion specifically and artifacts, we would not put this in the category. But aside from artifacts, UNXD has had the most amount of revenue from a Web3 initiative with a luxury fashion brand. So I think that that's a pretty interesting data point. And I think that we're going to continue to see more and more brands enter the space as the use cases expand beyond just speculative asset investing and beyond just gaming. Yeah. And I'll add one thing, which is I think luxury fashion is a category that will be immense and will be valuable. And these are pioneers of what's happening in that space right now. But I will also say that fashion isn't just luxury. Right. And I wouldn't call myself a luxurious person. I'm wearing chucks right now. But this was all a curated choice when I woke up this morning to wear this CyberRucker shirt and these jeans and these shoes. And that choice is a choice of fashion. In the same way that me using a CryptoPunk on my profile photo with a MeVit behind it and a ChromieSquiggle flying behind me is a choice to curate and present my digital self. And there's going to be lots of those choices and lots of brands are going to start interacting with Web3 in a way that is what I believe to be fashion, even if it doesn't fit into the category of luxury fashion. And so I think this technology is very democratic. It's very open. It's very permissionless. But I think the thing that I want to convey is just a slight reframing is, you know, we all woke up this morning and made decisions to curate our identities and ourselves. And this technology will allow us to do that, curate ourselves in a digital way to a global audience. And those decisions, by their very nature, are fashion decisions and identity decisions. And this is a technology that will expand to all brands. I love that. And I think that's very true. And it sort of speaks to the democratization, but you know, it does allow people to sort of curate it on a much broader spectrum than just, you know, high end luxury fashion. I know that is the title here, but I do think fashion is broader than that one aspect. And do you think, and we talked a little bit about this, that there is sort of the ability, I know that, you know, I told you about ready to wear, but they're not quite like, you know, consumer mass market. But do you think that this in the future would open up more opportunities for aspirational people? Like we talked before, I copied a Dolce & Gabbana gown for my prom dress because I couldn't afford the real one. I had the dressmaker make it. But, you know, I would have loved to have been able to buy in now's today's world, you know, a digital version of the real dress to actually present, even if I can't afford the physical dress. And sort of where do you think we are going to fall on that sort of spectrum? I mean, we're seeing not just luxury, but as Derek alluded to, fashion is more than just that. And Web3, digital fashion specifically, more natively is very fantastical, gamified, augmented. And, you know, you could have things flying around you or wings in aspects that the physical really restricts you and restrains you from experiencing. So it's more of an experiential product that is being created. And we're seeing a lot of brands, not just 9DCC, but Psyche, actually, Alistair Hunt is building out a whole platform for digital fashion natives to be able to expand just digitally and not so much connected to the physical. So there's, I think, a huge opportunity for digital fashion native designers. Steffi Fong is another one who's really great. So, again, as we expand and explore more of our digital identities, we'll see more and more people filling their digital closets with digital fashion. What are you most excited about? What are the things we'll think we'll see in the next year, two years that you think we really need to keep an eye on? I think this intersection between physical and digital I think is incredibly powerful. And I think the primitives have now been kind of built and the standards are getting created for some really interesting stuff, some very meaty stuff as it relates to the physical and the digital to get created. I think projects to keep an eye on are for sure 9DCC, what G -Money is doing, IYK, Tribute -Brand .com is coming out with a very compelling drop at that intersection over in the next couple of weeks. So make sure to follow along there. And then just follow anything these two are doing. They're the gurus. I think the thing I'm most excited about is the next evolution of what we're doing with Dolce & Gabbana right now. And, of course, Valentino coming up towards the end of the year. That's Masana .xyz. And that's really a movement from what we're doing with Couture to Ready to Wear and then now into the web through gaming and adding a digital identity to each of the holders in our community. And that's something I think I'm really excited by. It's a cultural movement, not just a technological one. And it's where we're going to help bring more storytelling, I think, to Dolce & Gabbana and more interactivity in the digital space than people have ever seen before. Well, for me, as an investor in the blockchain space for over the last 10 years, it's most exciting to see wallets and wallets that have easy UI and UX come to bring more people in. And I think that the use case of digital fashion will help proliferate the adoption of Web3 and blockchain. I'll add one last thing. I swear I promised the last thing, which is I think a big, big tailwind over the next 12, 18 months is gaming and really great Web3 games getting created. And some of the identity things that I discussed previously being a core part of what makes Web3 ownership and Web3 assets powerful and a very powerful value prop. And I think we're at the point now where some of these digital fashion, the bridge to understanding this stuff is going to come through some of these immersive experiences that look like games and Web3 games. Yeah, I completely agree. Well, thank you all so much for joining me. Thank you.
"genesee" Discussed on Press Rewind: A Prince Lyrics Podcast
"You know until it gets back around potentially being included in positively on web. Sexy which try. I'm trying to think of how that would have even sounded and it doesn't seem like that would have been cool so You know. I i like i like that part of the song because again. It changes the energy of the song but at the same time. It's a very bizarre revelation that it was lifted from a whole other piece of work. Not credited not acknowledged that it didn't belong to the creators of this work. And then you know it's just kind of an afterthought it's a it's a very strange thing especially for somebody like prince again who was always so staunchly aware even before his the era of the symbol and the back and forth with wondered whether to seem to have a very clear understanding of ownership and that kind of musical integrity a whole piece of someone else's song that was inserted into his without credit and without acknowledgment is is really strange. It was not intentional but again you know cap knew that. That was not her little like if you like if i go into the city. Oh and. I'm gonna sing a hook on buddy's song and i just started singing i wanna be your lover and that person because they might be genesee and so they've never but i know that i didn't write that song you know that's weird it is it is and putting it on a print song. It's as if this artist. Gm silk was never going to hear it not be like oh wait. That's not princes. He didn't write that. Where did that come from. It was going to come back and bite him in the ass eventually. If this would've came out has planned so it was maybe for the best but anyway It is neither here nor there. It's just one of the. I i don't know i chalked up to a whole lot of naive t and maybe some ignorance to you know i mean cows a dancer. She just kinda got thrust into music business with. Maybe she just wasn't as a student in terms of like some of these copyright laws and just intellectual property. As i don't i'm just making up just making up stuff i have no idea. I don't necessarily think that it was an intentional. I'm just gonna like oh. I was inspired by this so soon drop it in because if you think about it you know if if they had been performing the song live it would have been.
"genesee" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Should you talk about that at all to mask or not mask. There's all of these things. That are touching on a new world of etiquette that we haven't really had to think about people forgotten them at school stuff too. Well it is old school stuff. But it's part of that whole genesee qua- right that whole. What makes that person special and we talk about. Give you guys the example. Everyone wants to be the person in the room. That sort of has that bright light that everyone's gravitated towards you guys are. Maybe you've never consciously thought about why you're attracted to certain people but they have a certain quality thus the genesis that you can't quite put your finger on julian. I thought about what those qualities are for the last twenty or thirty years and we talk about them. Frequently on this podcast. It's all the things we talked about in her book harris rules but the number one thing that it is is communication your ability to ask questions we coach you guys in the ford script other techniques to get people to want to converse with you you can make so many more friends no matter what their income is. What the races with their educational level if you just learn to basically learn a few relatively basic skills but one of the biggest one truly is your manners. It is and you know. That's how people judge you maybe consciously sometimes subconsciously other times where somebody might meet with you and if you screw up some of these basic things. They're not always going to say well. It was because they had a terrible handshake or whatever. They're going to say you know. I just didn't really hit it off really feel it. These are the tiny tiny little course corrective things that if you do them gives you a unfair advantage not just in the workplace but in life in general this is very true and this stuff does matter and i think you know. I've been reading a lot of articles about how people have noticed and studied that. not that. we're totally postcode yet. But because of lockdowns and because people were basement dwellers for a while we kind of got away from some of these basic manners. So i wanted to bring that back one manner at a time. Some of these are really simple. So let's.
"genesee" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth
"The answer is, for dust you are, and to dust, you shall return, genesee's chapter three 19. Human body was made from matter and God cursed the matter for the transgression of man, which resulted in death to entire humanity that swallows the living organisms in the cell, which gives life to man. This was the reason the lifespan of man was reduced periodically by God in Bible. Let's see the answer given by God for the ruin of man. According to Bible, man was made immortal in the beginning. Then God said let us make man in our image. In our likeness and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air over the live stock. Over all the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground, so God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him, genesis chapter one verses 26 and 27. Man was made the ruler of the entire creation. Man was made of matter according to Bible. The lord God formed the man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and the man become a living being, genesis chapter two verse 7. That matter was created by the word of God which had life and spirit. We understand that the world were framed by the word of God which posses the life and spirit. John chapter 6 verse 23 matter consists of life and spirit out of which human body was framed and formed by God. The DNA existing in first human body was everlasting and immortal, even the entire universe that was created by God also has the everlasting life and immortality, the matter has the characteristic features of everlasting power and endless life out of which the human body was generated. Human body was the outcome of those features that bore the qualities of immortality. The Bible says that the first human being was a wonderful and exquisite module made by God. The DNA existing in the first man was immortal because God's words for the life and spirit that was everlasting, but unfortunately the powerful and eternal DNA started to collapse due to man's transgressions in the later period because of his rude and uncouth behavior the immortal DNA was transformed to mortal by the command of God. To Adam, he said, because you listen to your wife and debt from the tree about which I command you, you.
"genesee" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"I saw shirtless dog walker. I mean this guy was only showing off his beauties body. What he thought was his beauty. A six pack. I mean the biggest rate headphones all and the only thing matching headphones was the red. Someone said maybe october the people but you can still get somebody and you know what you basically get so sore. You're going to have to cover up those pecks at some point i made it made me genesee. Jesse is jealous but there was somebody else having an even more fun than the show. Dog walk hipster. Now this lady if you've ever seen wooden ally when the most seminal movies ever this was a campbell carrot of all campbell carrots. It was the biggest split i have ever seen. I mean this thing was almost as big as ahead. Talk about lovely bungee coconut. Some as big as he had this split was almost as big as a head and she was so relaxed getting into it and it was like sending smoke signals from a native american hideout it was popping up the she's blowing rings. It was absolutely toxic out there but she was failing at. She was in my favorite gazebo. The gazebo where you know. I'm i'm so boring. I might go in there and opened up a floss qatif and sit down with the dogs and have a sip of philosophy of or something on my on my double or may be kept in valley something along those lines. Maybe the cup patina slice of cake. If i'm going gummidge in On that but she was that and she was singing she was humming. She was having the time of life. She was absolutely She was absolutely loving it. And it was so reactivated. Beautiful day and smoke was emanating the kosiba. Now if the give zeba smoking something yeah if the cradle to rocking dot com or something like that anyway but then she was and she was in another world she was lighten it up and failing it and i honestly thought to close. I probably wouldn't be to make it back. That's how much smoke emanating from the gazebo. So there we go people out and about having so much fun along with pajama boys. Well you know. We can't forget off. Different pajama boy. Who has a different planned or and pajama every day of the week. But that this ratio everybody out there who likes to hear about pajama boy. Yes they still allow his bottom crack. The boy still needs some suspenders braces. Whatever you call it without. Un to hold up these because there's nothing worse than saying pajamas boys crack first thing in the morning. That's not the crack of sunlight. You want to see first thing in the morning. As i said before there was trying for we had the go with the biggest gambro carrot. You're ever going to see you had the hipster with the headphones with someone packs. And then the recent edition. Tabu pajama boys. Autumn catching were right into halloween sweets and candies and so the most popular halloween candy in every us state plus talk candy cravings so the popular grocery delivery in a pickup. Not for instance has released. It's halloween candy. Data report with the spookiest.
"genesee" Discussed on Spanish Proptech
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"genesee" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"And there's somebody there that maybe it's three times a week and there's somebody there that every time you see that person. You just are magnetically attracted to them. Have you ever asked why. Why is it that you're why are there some people in your life that you just automatically want to be around and what qualities that those people have. That's that sort of genesee. Coir the it factor that people really aspire to have and oftentimes people will give a lot of credence to how they look and how they carry themselves in posture and all the rest of it. All those things are true. But the fact is if i've known plenty of people that do not put a lot of thought into how they actually physically look. But they'd have that jesse quality because they had the other qualities that you were going to share with you on this series so number one thought grace is. They aren't thinking about you. And that's a slammed against you. That's just the reality however human interacts with other humans at this point and number two is if you're calling them with something of value and that's something of value is that they look forward to hearing about that. They look forward did not just seeing you but having conversations with that's right and that's all coming up in our deficit different methods. We actually have five different methods. We probably won't do all today about how to expand and more easily speak with your center of influence and you just hit our points here just to get this in your notes. The first one was making all about them. When you start making it about you. Tim to your point they are not thinking about you. It makes it ever so much easier but start that. Start with that in your head though. That's right can you talk to yourself first before you worry about talking to them. So make it all about them. The next thing you said was bring something of value. I wrote down. Don't be weird about what you do..
"genesee" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Uh, pour it was a poor poor stitch stitching together of a couple ideas that really aren't very effective. They might virtue signal and make you feel good. Now we are planning to plan to have a dialogue about planning a plan on trying to save the world. You save the world. No. He did a plan. He's got a little spreadsheet didn't save the world. It's all about having a Dialogue session across the country where people give their personal pronouns and they feel included unless the Republican in which case they're not invited. No. The testing. Program was the only thing I was interested in inviting speech, and he fell far short. 806 100 cocoa 806 105 646. At Carl DeMaio your take on the, uh, policies laid out coming up. He also announced more fines for people who don't wear masks on airplanes. And we have a new policy from United Airlines that's calling, causing ripple effects coming up on the Dubai report. First traffic stop outside of the 85 at Balboa Motorcycle crash in the center Divide Now on the south on 85 at the eight There's a crash that has the left middle lane block. It is a slow 15 minute drive from Miramar down to H south outside of the five heavy from Genesee to HR. Looking at 45 minutes through their eastbound 52, you're on the brakes from the 805 to mask Going to take you 25 minutes there. This report is sponsored by the gym Petrol Real estate team. I'm Travis Dale Cocos. Next real time Traffic update at 4 56. Would you like to know what your home would sell for today? Get a simple text message with your home's value by texting your address. 2855 606,000 You get no phone call just to text Jim..
"genesee" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast
"The job is not even going to be a job anymore because it's been automated or outsource and to the few select who are going and crushing it right now and getting back to work where all paying attention right the fact that you're not sitting on your butt at twenty one years old with all the craziness in the world. Believe me when i tell you. People are watching and sky's the limit for you. Man you wanna billion dollar fund. You can go do a billion dollars on this. There's a certain threat or theme that we have found is in serial entrepreneurs. Sports is one of them that we found. But you. you've got a talent that cannot be taught. It can boo polished. it can be Through education it can be expanded. But you've just got that certain genesee coie that most people don't have so keep keep hitting it and you've got literally your future is so bright and i'm very excited for you. One of the mentioned to you for those deals. Have you heard of peds split now. All right so these guys we just had on the podcast in markets where you can do airbnb what these guys have done is they took the airbnb model and they are renting rooms. So they're taking you know a four or five bedroom home or a home that turns into four or five bedrooms that would rent at a market cap of eleven hundred dollars. They're renting those rooms out for several hundred dollars a week. And they're turning eleven hundred dollar revenue into three four thousand dollar revenue. They're finding the ten tensed their vetting them collecting the money for you. They're handling the management. They are sourcing local repair people there. So they're sourcing local real estate folks so you may have an opportunity there to Cashflow these things once you kind of turn the corner out of the wholesale game if you want to hold onto some of these things remarkable remarkable stuff. These guys are doing and it's basically the airbnb infrastructure. They're just looking at real estate from a little bit different perspective. So just keep in mind as you oughta pad split. We just had them on a airing tomorrow. The asking air tomorrow all right so Are you familiar with the market down. A pump curious. What's happening down there. It's as crazy as everywhere else literally. Everything's going. I mean the properties here insanely hot and bunny seeing that Price difference between here in mississippi is just like mike day so is it residential product only or is it residential and commercial everything. They really is everything they ask. They just finished a Apartment complex here. And i think it's already running all out and i think it's like two thousand a month for family or single. You know one person bedroom kind of thing. It's it's pretty wild what's vile crazy. You know you talk a lot about the financial freedom on on your podcast. I was wondering what does that. Look like for you being able to really wakeup on the future with family and with kids and with my wife and the dogs at a house and say you know what. Hey let's go do this thing today to be able to not work and not worry about money to be able to have those properties paying for my expenses and then some To build. I like the way jennifer joe put. They put it the other day. It's legacy wealth. I want my kids to have money..
"genesee" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"Three zero six hundred thirty thirty one of the pieces of what you discuss in expanded is the fact that there are different emotions or feelings that travel through different neural pathways. So i'm going to butcher this a little bit. So i'd love to clarify but i just thought it was fascinating because as humans you know for example envy and jealousy and like well that that seems kind of the same thing to me or you know. There are nuances of difference. But the fact that they are running in completely different neural pathways was fascinating to me again. It's that separation of and just kind of stepping out of. Im jealous. i in the s. It's all bad and understanding that the two are are very different and also physically scientifically in your brain very very different. Can you speak more to that. Yeah say festival the basic human emotions. At which i describe the survival one so from those five does surprise joy excitement on one spectrum and love trust on one spectrum those basic emotions we have not identified pathways for how they run from the mic deloitte. Which the to almond shaped structures deepen new olympic system to the prefrontal kotex but more complex things that jealousy and envy which aw a combination of different emotions and boom owns the neurotransmitters. We have a bit more information about that from scanning and actually lacy really helped me to clarify. This is the. Mvp is when something that somebody else has that you would like and jealousy is when you think that something that you have is going to get taken away from me. So the study. That i talked about with the genesee. That was interesting was with primates advanced primates chimpanzees and bonobos who burned in pass if the partner of a male or female bonobo spending too much time with a banana boat the opposite gender. That's when you see jealousy because you think might but nobody could actually go off without single bonobo. So that's not empty n. T. is if another female bener. Bo has a really nice mango. The you would like to eat so what we saw with. Jealousy is it showed up on the same pathway social rejection which we started talking about at the beginning so that actually causes pain physical pain and psychological pain show very similarly in the brain. And that's the reason that people with emotional trauma get addicted to physical pain killers because it does actually up a and then anything was more connected to reward. so so. That was the difference yanez. I i did research. That specifically for the episode knows really fascinating. Wow how can that plan to manifestation. I guess those feelings and emotions would. Is there possibility to reprogram those or would those be leveraged or what would be the experience this this. Yeah all about reprogramming. Said that's what we believe. All of these things can be reprogrammed but you have to be very clear about the use of language because otherwise you could be really hard to program what you think it is but if it's not actually that then you haven't either haven't surfaced the correct memory or emotion all you'll it's like you know trying to use the wrong tool to fix something as trying to think of an actual example. I've not very diy. So i could. Yeah i guess. Yeah i'm i'm thinking specifically about Envy and especially in like manifesting a relationship where like when i was single for a long time towards the end of it and i kinda got hip to the idea because of lacy you know looking for couples that kinda gave me that feeling of envy and why. Because i wanted that. You know. And kind of reframing not be like the fact that i can recognize that for me it felt like it can happen for me and so i was just kind of calling in those expanders after expanders and then i was able to identify more easily. That healthy relationship when i came upon it. So you know if. We're thinking if i was thinking about n. Before this i'd be like oh that's about emotion. Like i should check yourself. But he's actually something that was really helpful. Yeah i mean what lacey says is that envy shows you what you actually really wound and very practical way to think about it as turn envy and inspiration. Which is what you do through expanded interesting. The i was contacted by someone recently. Who said you know. I'm in my early forties. Because of i've lost my job. I'm back living with my parents. I'd really like to meet someone and have a family. And i've got to that point. I just can't be happy for my friends anymore. When good things seem to happen for them all the time so i said a few things about her situation than i gave examples of women including myself who had achieved that out. Hurry age off off. But then i said you must must not your own sake go down off if not being able to be happy for other people because that is that it doesn't matter what happens around you. Once you've gone down that path you could meet someone. And i've seen this happen to people but you will just never happy because you've given into that envy and jealousy and sort of it just turns itself something else so then it could be a k. Go to partner. But i can't get pregnant then it could be. I've had one baby everyone else has to. And i've seen that too much is really awful and i said to this passan spent time with people like that and just core love them. That's the only way that it will were. And i can see from your smile in your story that that's what you did yet will. I'm just like it is you can. It's a it's a true downward spiral that is so hard to get out of once you've given into that feeling and that's the lens through which you look at your life. It's like yeah. It's really really hard. So i'm glad you said that Yet once you're not in that phase of being someone that's not happy for other people when when you see people that are not happy for other people. It's really hard uh-huh you're like. Oh that's a really unattractive to have. Its yeah i understand it. But i just like i know people that are like that and i'm like wow that is not the because you're not wishing well for people like oh that's scary. So what's happening there. Is it like an inner child thing whereas an as a child you felt like you'd be left behind or what's the experience there that's happening within ourselves. That would cause someone like this woman to not eventually end up not being happy for other people.
"genesee" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'm going to need to ask the question. Who are these people again? Because there were a few more who entered the ranks over the weekend? Fire it up. No one sure where they came from. Who sent them? Why? They're here. Are these people okay? This'll. First story is tragic. So in no way are we making light of it? But you've got to ask what people were thinking. Had a baby shower in Genesee County. They used a cannon. To celebrate the baby's pending arrival. Cannon who hasn't done that bitch. They shot off this cannon. It blew up upon firing. It spread shrapnel all over and it killed somebody. One of the attendees at the party. Man named Evan Silva. It also damaged three parked cars in the garage where the baby shower was held. It's not clear, at least is of the report that I'm reading how this person was related to the homeowner. But Who are these people who are turning baby announcements, baby showers and the worst of all baby reveals into dangerous six. How many forest fires have been attributed to bad baby revealed that have ended up Causing fires and then sparking and then traveling to trees and blowing in the wind. Just Call people and say it's a boy's. It's really not that hard. You're not You're not having the first baby on earth. Even though everybody today feels that their babies the first and only baby on earth, it isn't And the fact that it's a boy or a girl doesn't need to. You don't need to change an entire lake to a color blue or put dye in it and turn it pink or or cover everybody with blue feathers or pink feathers. You don't need to have a cannon to announce that your baby is coming into the world. Just stop. Right. Who are these people? Wow. I agree. I agree. Secondly, This. I had to read it twice. Louisiana woman styled her hair with Gorilla glue purpose. Yeah, Why not? She ran out of her own brand of hairspray and so decided that gorilla glue spray adhesive would be just as good. She ended up having to make a video that's gone viral, saying quote. My hair has been like this for about a month now, and it's not by choice. It really holds things. Videos run out of 19 million times. She is that she has tried washing her hair at least 15 times. Get the glue out. It won't budge that the shape she now has a helmet. Basically, Can you even shave that, though I don't even know your shape is connected the skin so you have to tear the skin off. I have no idea. You put some turpentine. It's light again. I ask. Who are these people who decide when they run out of hairspray. Gorilla Glue is justice. Good? That's right. Unbelievable. Man. Oh, man. Oh, uh on and let me see. Do I have time for one more well, Uh, you don't want to get into a dude. No. You know what? I'll treat this separately. Let's just close out the close out the people. Okay,.
Man killed when cannon used at baby shower explodes
"Michigan State, police say a 26 year old Hartland Township man has been killed by the explosion of a cannon during a baby shower in Genesee County. Evan Silva was hit by shrapnel in the homeowner fired the cannon to mark. They started the shower. He died it Hurley Medical Center in Flint on Saturday. Troopers say the shrapnel also damaged three parked cars and a garage.
"genesee" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"It to Cuomo. And he's been using that power to make bad decisions for 10 months, and it's finally coming back to haunt him. And people are starting to realize that Oh, maybe maybe Chris Cuomo. Andrew Cuomo, joking on CNN. Isn't the best thing when we made a decision in New York State when the governor made a decision in New York state to put code positive patients in nursing homes, and it led to a massive number of deaths. Still, still, the estimate is double what Cuomo has said on a cover up. The governor still will give his own numbers even after the attorney general report that came out last week. Well, curing Lawler, Assemblyman with us Joe Piscopo on the radio just at 7 31. Just to be clear, though, Assemblyman The New York Times, uh, said it and now that that that he doctor than that, Governor Cuomo doctor the numbers do we know that for a fact, but he never admitted it right. I mean, I just wanna be clear on that if I can't hear it. No, He's not gonna admit it. The people who left the department who left the health department during the pandemic, that's what they're that's what they're claiming. Yes, and you know what's interesting. It's insane. I hate to bring bring up Former president Trump, but I was just going to say that go for it, man. Yeah, go for it. Everything the press hates about Trump and every criticism that trump those traits. That the press either sees or makes up about President Trump. They are alive and well, and Andrew Cuomo, um, everything that could have you ever heard without the positive policy accomplishments of the Trump administration. I mean, she truly does make decisions on his own. He doesn't listen to the experts. He doesn't care about science. Hey, doesn't accept criticism. He doesn't admit when he's wrong. He's stopped every every criticism. You heard of Trump or Nixon or anybody. Yeah, Tacoma was that and he has been treated as a hero. He wrote a book shooting himself was a hero in the pandemic, and he's not and people are finally starting to realize that you're speaking the truth. Karen Lawlor, you're so true. It's so true. They eviscerated Donald Trump on everything. And this, too, and I hesitate to say it, but then they think I'm some kind of wack out. When Donald Trump says you might want, you might want to try. In that regard, Karen, You're absolutely right. So where would that not those Governor Cuomo come out and admit it. I can't put first of all. Let me go here hearing before we let you go. I can't believe teams one up against the governor. I can't believe it. I thought I see she's after the an array. She's after everybody. She's going after everybody. Just James is the police Department of going. What is this girl? You know, everybody likes fish, Who's pushing her? Then she turns around and she get the guy that put her in office. She's going after him. How does he as he addressed this? I mean, or is he just dodging this is well. They came out. The Department of Health came out and said, Oh, yeah, There are numbers of similar to those numbers that Tish James came up with. But, you know, everyone reported all the press reported that Attorney General report a scathing indictment of Cuomo. If you read it cover to cover its They blame the feds. They blame nursing shortages. They say That decision wasn't great, but they went easy on him. I actually believed have been in all day now for almost nine years. I actually believe that Cuomo knew this was coming out. He knew there was gonna be an investigation on having kissed James's political ally. Do it was the best investigation he was going to get. So he kind of was willing to accept her investigation rather than have you know, the U. S attorney for the Southern district up there doing investigation or some other federal entity or truly independent entity, do the investigation. I think it's actually things are actually much worse than what you read in that fish. James Attorney General James Report last week, but hearing before you let you go, But what's the rumblings in Albany? Who's going to run up against a governor Cuomo? Because now they see weakness. And now who will yourself who was going to run? Do you think, uh, when Governor Cuomo's up, I guess in a couple of years Well, I'll say one person who's emerged and been a leader on this and the rumors that maybe she should run or it's been speculated. Maybe she should run Is Genesee, the Fox News Channel E. I don't think you would have gotten to the point where we had this report. She was so relentless every day, and she's an effective communicators, unknown person and she was pounding that from every day. I don't think we would have gotten to this point and know what we know without her advocacy, and I like an outsider like somebody knew. Well, said Janice Dean is great. We know her. She's been On the show, and she is great and that you're right. And she's really hurt by this, Karen. Always great, my friend. Thanks for your service as united States Marine and go sleigh riding, we ease up a little bit. Don't put take the shovel away from the kids. Get out of sled with the kids for crying out loud here, and we love you, buddy. Thank you, man. All right. Take care. Thank you, sir. Assembly been curing Lola Joe Piscopo on the radio. Apparently, pucks with Johnny Phil has seen his shadow has seen this is from Joey. Joey Falco. Thank you, Joey. Puncture Donnie Phil.
"genesee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"He'll reluctantly shut down if necessary. For the safety of our customers are employees. This is really the best thing. For us to do, um, a zoo much as we like sales. You know, it's not worth anybody's life. Post offices downtown, say they'll close early and remove blue collection boxes temporarily. Those boxes are currently scheduled to be replaced The day after the inauguration. Denver police are looking for the driver of a hit and run vehicle after a pedestrian was killed last night. It happened near federal and Arkansas. Police say a person crossing the street fell, then was struck by the dark colored SUV, possibly a Ford or Chevy. It was last seen traveling north on federal police have posted pictures of the vehicle on their website. A dry weekend could lead into a damp early next week. On Monday, we see snow chances return afternoon highs make it to 42. Scattered snow showers late Monday into Tuesday. Fox 30 one's Jessica Labelle. Next updated 5 30 David Ko Ko, a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM from the Red Sports Traffic Center. Pretty good looking drive around Denver right now. Or late afternoon. I 25 looking good north and South bound from C 4 70 all the way up to Northwest Park. Wait. No problems. Houston westbound right now. And I 70 between golden and paying your boulevard. If you're traveling up to the high country a little bit of slowing eastbound Make that westbound I 70 up around Genesee Park Box 31 pinpoint weather Partly cloudy tonight a low temperature down around 23 degrees, then for tomorrow's Sunday Partly cloudy again a high near 45 in.
"genesee" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"Twenty fourteen they started seeing an increase in legionella cases to two months after the switchover to the flat wherever they started seeing a significant increase in genesee county of legionella which is a deadly waterborne editorial bacterial pneumonia and M rick snyder. Health department was aware of an increase in legionella in june july. Then august There was i. It was first detected in the local mclaren hospital in flint and That is where my recent reporting starts because mirus recent reporting Indicates that governor snyder was fully aware of the deadly legionella outbreak as early as october twenty fourteen. Which is a hell of a lot earlier than january. Two thousand sixteen which is what. He testified to congress. Well that right there. There's there's the big that's the big factoid of this of this cover up and I i know you're you can't go inside governor snyder's brain but but really the ambition maybe running for president the connections to the new york banks that are funding. This how does he. How does he live with himself once. He knows he's been told by medical officials. Now there's a problem. There's a problem where we are causing a lot of sickness in the city of flint because of their drinking this water and they shouldn't be and they shouldn't be bathing in it and they should and and to then just to go into the mode of say nothing do nothing. Well i want to. You know The current attorney general dana nessel charged him with willful neglect of duty. Which is a misdemeanor. We get into that. But i found this was not neglect. He didn't neglect act. He acted he covered it. Up your alley. And i think people know you might remember this but the context of when we found this avalanche of phone calls between we found an avalanche over. Two days between the governor has chief of staff and the health director This was october two thousand fourteen. It's not just that he's trying to get reelected. He is at that point in the final stretch of trying to quote rescue detroit and bring detroit out of bankruptcy right which was going to be his his his whole thing with running for president was going to be on an economic wizard that rescue Distress cities i didn't enjoy decrying. Yeah yeah and that was what was happening in the background while the outbreak By october two thousand fourteen they had already had a about forty cases. Just that year In genesee county the normal amount they had was anywhere from like ten to fifteen so they had forty by october..
"genesee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Report from the Justice Department's inspector general finds leadership failed to prepare to implement the zero tolerance of border policy that led to family separation. The watchdog report says Justice Department officials were not ready for the fall out as a 2018 policy. And that they knew it would result in Children separated from their parents. The report also concluded leaders did not inform local prosecutors. Children would be separated, and if they fail to understand they would be separated longer than a few hours, and when that was discovered, they pressed on. More than 3000 separations occurred and some Children have never been reunited with their families. Rachel Sutherland Fox is court appearance today for a former governor of Michigan is facing charges in the Flint water crisis where city water was switched from Detroit to the Flint River to save money. The move caused lead from old pipes to get into the water supply, making people say not guilty plea in Genesee County from former Michigan governor Republican Rick Snyder, charged by current Michigan attorney General Democrat Dana Nessel with willful neglect of duty in the Flint water crisis nestles handpicked Solicitor General Fatwa Hamoud and Wayne County Prosecutor Democrat Kim Worthy led the criminal probe. This case has nothing whatsoever to do with partisanship it has to do with human decency. Resurrecting the complete abandonment of the people of flipped. A former Flint, public works director also pleaded not guilty to charges in the states. Former health director Nick Lyon is charged with involuntary manslaughter over Legionnaire's disease deaths. Jeff Manasso Fox News will pay $180 Million to settle US government allegations that have failed to report pollution control system defects in its vehicles for a decade. The company also agreed in court to investigate emissions related defects quickly and report them to the Environmental Protection Agency in a timely manner. I'm Lisa.
"genesee" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At 11 awaits. Asked him anything. Your chance we could talk politics, sports. Governor's race in the future around Johnson, Tom Tiffany. Like somebody we can have all those conversations. Mike's Paul is going to rejoin. Your chance to ask him anything that's coming up at 11 a ways and that's also 85561616 20. Um, let's see Jeff from Fox Point. I hope I'm wrong. I suspect summer fest will be either postpone or cancel due to vaccination. Delays of resistance. I hope you're wrong as well. A minute calm yesterday about Catherine O'Leary. I have a strong feeling that Kathleen under her leadership at this constant fear, they're gonna figure it out. It may be slightly different. And I think everything is kind of slightly different as we approach The body of 2021, but I just have faith that they're going to figure it out Summer fest. Well see, it's different with concerts if the groups are touring How do you have a music festival? That's the dilemma. They face state fairs. A little bit of that's because they haven't you know, main stage, but It's it's going to be different, and I think that's gonna be one of my get to this after the break some of my other predictions. It's gonna be a challenge. Um Mitch from Sturgeon Bay any Paul Ryan predictions who might push to be the leadership in the national GOP? That's a good question. I'm big fan events ass. Um, you know, Mitt Romney's think he's 73 years old junior senator from Utah. He's not gonna run for president again. But he should be a voice that I think reasonable, rational Republicans listen to You know other voices, You know, I mentioned earlier and we'll still invite Senator Johnson on the show. He's always welcome. Um He has not looked good in the last few months. Not physically. He's fine, but he has not. Appeared to be on top of his game, and I'm referring and referencing just the last Postelection period where your foot flopping on something that you gotta be straight on. Either accept the results in election or you don't. You can't play political games with it, And that's the problem from the 414 candidates becomes legal. A lot of people want that. I don't know. In Wisconsin. It's always a tough goal from the 262 less social, medium or church. I'd like to see that faith is important and needs to be more relied on. I think it's as far as our Direction in life. Hopefully, that's the case. Brian From Genesee. Gas prices will skyrocket. God, I hope not. Brian. I went past the gas station by my house. Yesterday was 1 99. I said to my wife, Cathy the other day. You think about the cost of things how cars have gone up and home prices. And gas is sitting there at that was like 1 79. That's too long girl, and we've had the spikes that was a few years ago is four something But for somebody who has a truck, I've got an F 1 50. Right when the drives big vehicles or drives a lot. Not only nine. Not too bad. Let's do this. We'll take a break. I'll give you a couple more. My predictions for 2021 years are welcome as well. And then looking ahead to 11 away after the news. Ask Steve anything 85561616 20. Get some good ones. Today. You guys have been really good on Thursdays about asking some really great interesting questions. Let's keep that rolling today as well. Quick Break out WTMJ. Winding down the Seine o'clock hour on Thursday's edition of the Big Show on Wtmj. Already one more production from me. We'll see a return the festivals.
"genesee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Right to life. You know my father die boy unknown. That sounds good, but that's not fair to you, Jack. Yeah, I know. I guess I'm on here off the way. I was trying to think what I'm like you. I don't remember this. Yeah. You're off the wagon. So you're like you fell off it? Yeah. Are you on the wagon? Yeah, I guess I'm on the wagon. You've lasted a week, right? And actually was debating this with my better At this morning. I said NFL playoff game shouldn't count. I said I can't really properly watch the games without a Bloody Mary for the morning games. But I was I was This city was loaded down. Yeah, I was voted down. Yes. Is her idea? Yeah. Yeah, she thought it would be a good idea. Maybe it was a big hint to me maybe should dry out a little bit. But Yeah, Tomorrow is gonna be difficult. I'm not gonna lie to you. Because Bloody Marys with breakfast in the morning watching super wild card weekend is gonna be difficult, but I'll give it a shot. We'll see what happens. Yeah. So we got my bills going. Oh, I can't wait for that. We got my bills going at 10. Yeah, we have a walking that That's the way to get it going with 10 Game one of five on the East Coast. Wow, I can't wait to go on. All right. We got many of gets a Jenny cream ale going in some buffalo wings right out of the lake. Dreary Genesee River. Oh, yeah. Worst fear ever can build mail. I don't know that Iron cell. I can't. I can't tempt you. Yeah. Have you had Jenny Cream Ale? Jack, I have not is really bad I've had them both had involved. Now That's a bad beer. I mean, anybody used, you know, spend any time in college or the dorm or anything you get to keep his period Can Stroh's 30 packed Schmidt? Black label. I mean, there's a pretty bad beer out there old Milwaukee. Come on those air veritable low and brown Heineken compared to Jenny Cream Male. Really right out of you know what they call it? It's out of the Genesee River. It's just More polluted than literary. So I thought we were gonna go gone. She's so polluted. Mine. My right. My wife. Her womb is so polluted man. I can have a kid with you. Coach Bills Rams Seahawks Bucks W F T And then we go Sunday. We got three and three. Wow. Latest weekend of NFL football ever. I'm excited, however. We talked earlier in the week and this will be the premise.
Seaplane Pilot Genesah Duffy on Living Your Dream
"Let's get on with the show first of all. This is the person i have on today. Is somebody that i truly admire. Because of the fact that Her persistence perseverance. And hard work has gotten to the position where she is today and again. That's as chief pilot and manager of operations flight operations and training for icon. Aircraft has a sea plane pilot and her name is jeanette duffy genesis. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. Yeah this is awesome as you know we were just talking off line. We met a few years back when you actually were introduced to pulse. Stay college and your on boarding there. That was pretty exciting time. We're getting started in your career and it sure has blossom From that point so you are a graduate correct of pokes. Yeah awesome awesome Well before we talk too much about bulk state and we'll talk about that later and you you really have had a varied path to the flight deck and one thing i want to mention is That you are Ex or retired navy. yes. I was in the navy. Four I just did one term for years but I'm a veteran cool. We appreciate your service and all those that are listening right now. So we'll talk a little bit about that too transitioning as a veteran because You know we do a lot of career. Coaching with veterans coming out. There are some unique things. It's it's definitely different world. that's for sure. Yeah for sure but genesee you. You took a different path and we're talk a little bit about that You became a sea pilot instructor and didn't go the route of the airlines which It was seems like that was kind of the direction. You may have been Heading towards so a lot of people are. I'm sure they're gonna be saying why in the world a seaplane pilot. I asked that sometimes to back. When i started flying and when i go to the military i really had no idea what i was going to do in aviation klein was not remotely in the realm of things that i was considering the time So it just kind of be. It was happenstance that i fell into Going on discovery flight and realizing i wanted to be a pilot. But i didn't know anything about aviation like nothing. I knew no pilots. Nothing so when i started flying i kind of assumed while all right i'll be an airline pilot. That's that's what you do you become pilot For delta or american. Or whatever. And then once i got my commercial rating was actually right around the fifteen hundred hours switch so before just assume as get my commercial rating star working for murph operator planning on being i And then fifteen hundred our role kitten play. Sounds like okay so now after struct this is going to be different. Also didn't really know anything besides meeting my instructor for the first time didn't know anything With that was like or or what that could be like But then i actually kinda enjoyed instructing a little bit. And i started down that path and then i realized i don't know about actually want to go be an airline pilot. I liked. I mean. I like flying smaller aircraft. I started looking into more of the adventure. Type flying i even i debated before going fixed-wing being a helicopter pilot. I'm so i was kinda just all over the place. Since i was so new into aviation in general i just wanted to explore the different avenues. Before i committed to going to the airline route. I felt like the airline route was a safety net. Were all pilots can end up going to the airline route And then i started working actually an aircraft maintenance job because i also thought about getting my amp license. And i wanted to know more about maintenance and and really just general aviation as as a whole and i felt like working at a maintenance shop would have Did give me a lot of information about the industry. And and i met some incredible incredible people on the way And that made. It shop was at winter haven airport which everyone knows is is jack. Browns is so just one day. I decided i was like you now. I have no idea what. I'm going to use this four but i feel like one day i might use it so i just over a weekend. I went over to jack. Rowell's got my seaplane. And then i think maybe it was a year later that i actually started doing some seaplane instructions so i didn't do anything with were while and then it just kinda started to fall into place after that
Seattle - Washington Student Athletes Are Finding Ways To Make Fall Sports Happen
"With high school fall sports postponed until next spring in the state of Washington, Would you be willing to temporarily move your child to Idaho or Montana? Was Bill Schwartz says Some families are exploring their options. 17 states, including Washington, had pushed back football, volleyball, cross country and soccer seasons until February. Dr. Caress Unni Hoff with the National Federation of State High School Associations is hearing that some families might move their Children in neighboring states, which are allowing competition so that their son or daughter could lay a false sport in a more timely fashion. So we're starting to see some responses to state decisions that are presented some challenges. The state of Idaho is one of 37 with modified fall seasons, and several schools are already practicing and playing games. And as we get started with school games, which mostly are starting this weekend, you know for the vast majority of our schools. Pretty exciting time for Ty Jones, executive director of the Idaho High School Activities Association, tells me his office is getting more enquiries than previous years from parents in Washington state. But Jones says Cove in 19 is not an acceptable hardship reason for transfer. A lot of our schools have a really tough time looking at kids coming in from other Some other states. We're moving for only for athletic reasons. Colton Washington has been allowed to coop with nearby Genesee, Idaho to play is one high school team this fall. Doctor caress Une Hoff warns against the kneejerk decision. Especially because so few young people are good enough to play at the next level. The great great majority of high school student athletes will not going to play in college and will not interest in scholarship. For a family decision to be made right now, at this time that they would choose to move simply too and be involved in high school sports. We hope that there's complete consideration of everything that comes into play there. The Hoff says It's crucial high school coaches in Washington state. Stay engaged with her athletes this fall. Make sure they get proper exercise plenty of sleep and eat right. They are all essential elements of playing games in the
Explainer 187: Who is Kais Saied?
"December Seventeenth Two thousand ten a twenty six year old to nece- and fruit seller cold muhammed boozy and held no rallies preferring trudge door to door to speak to voters directly. He's message was simple he's clean his own man not on the hook left was an unfair advantage while getting elected as an outsider candidate anywhere is no small accomplishment it is also relatively speaking the easy getting sites proposed reforms onto the statute books will require a two-thirds majority in Tennessee as parliament also under Tunis's system as it stands country ten days after that Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled the country he had ruled for nearly a quarter of a century the which point some biographical buck ground president-elect saieed he'll be at least but if it was a success anywhere and we will come back to the size of that if presently it was in the Arab spring's birthplace this past week she to get things done at home it will also require him to apply for his first pass Bolt welts siders who often show up at these things to make some point or other rather than being a serious contender indeed he claimed he'd never even voted before city of Tunis he helped draft Tunis's new post Arab Spring Constitution but displayed little aspiration to political office until two thousand candidates backed by the established parties he turned the nickname. Robo cop from an insult into a compliment side ran almost no advertising president-elect side now has to try governing while toting a considerable burden of expectations and without a party apparatus to support him ends and which side very much wants to change the presidential purview is limited to national security defense and foreign affairs which may limit sides ability Kende Tunisia held its second free presidential election since the Arab spring second free presidential election in its history this one brought forward a few being charges of tax fraud and money laundering the result was inevitable even though site refused to campaign while his opponent was in the clink full swearing what he believes eighteen when he declared himself an independent candidate for the presidency initially cited looked and may have suspected himself to be one of the improbable committee huge field which contested the first round of voting back in September sides austere even do a presence set him apart from the noise generated by the so I need is not regrettably an altogether fresh new liberal broom in the didn't isolated act of desperation he's hostile actors are in the pay of foreigners who felt soles to extremism and terrorism manipulated from outside the country by parties rights as men it is Richard indeed in that context of Middle Eastern politics that he nevertheless appears a stretch better than the average but side account for the moment at least on Tunis's impatient youth roughly ninety percent of eighteen to twenty five year olds voted for him attracted by his detachment context of Middle Eastern politics he is keen on the death penalty much less so on gay people and believes that women should not get to enjoy the same inheritance in the end of this month is a sixty one year old former professor of constitutional law with a modest profile as a public intellectual who taught mostly at the universe to anybody when he made it to the to candidate runoff against nobile career a brash media tycoon who spent much of election season in prison pen who do not wish well on a country determined to persevere how does an island I'm room with over the Arab spring failed in general to promote the blossoming of liberal democracy across the don't to terrorism Tunisian people know how art and culture are important to understand and appreciate months following July's death in office of the previous incumbent elderly political veteran Beigey tweed essentially genesee is new president elected with a from the establishment he should also be helped along by the robust civil society which has helped prevent Yunessi from descending into post Arab Spring Kale it has made considerable progress since Mohammed boozy made his stand and his sacrifice it remains however a considerable stretch from where many unisons would prefer it to be president elect side faces both a challenge and opportunity Monocle twenty four I'm Andrew
"Sonic the Hedgehog" will feature Jim Carrey as Dr. Robotnik
"Jim Carey why Jim Carey trending because of his appearance in the sonic, the hedgehog movie trailer. So he is he's going to be a Ryan who's playing egg man, Dr robotic okay main antagonists in the sonic series. So hedgehog was the big that was Sega. Genesis genocide Sega Genesee answer to Super Mario brothers instead of Mario Luigi at sonic entails. And so this was Sega's benchmark game their franchise game. Now, it's being turned into a movie. I was never say a guy. So I played sonic. If you say say there, but I like the few times, I played it, very fine, sonic. Superfast little hedgehog, and he just buzzes through and that's kind of fun for I think some folks, however, Jim Carey is getting some popular positive praise rather online for having shades of just some nineties. Jim Carey, you know, what I mean just some old
MLB -- Boston Red Sox keep Houston Astros within their reach
"Is way out of trouble. Shabby. The legend do worked on ESPN radio and the game last night with Jessica Minoza with that call in the bottom of the first inning, the Red Sox struck, I recommend Grasset or swang in a live Dr, bass it out of the right center field. Cut it off as Rettig bet. Surround third. He's into score the Red Sox two batters in Leded wanted nothing. You could tell the Gary cole- was struggling for his secondary stuff and Rafael Devers took advantage to two on the way swing ground basically to left via Benintendi scores Bogart. So stop it. Third as federalis holds them up. It's an RBI single Deckers the other way. And it's too dummy. David price in the Red Sox had a quick to nothing lead, but in the top of the second inning, the Astros counter-attacked. Swing a line drive, fair ball inside the first base line into scores Correa Maldonado on his heels Springer into second. Just like that. The Astros have tied it up to to a soft line drive that just hung in the air and hung in the air and Pierce diving wasn't able to reach it in the top of the third. The Astros took the lead, here's a three to swing and a high fly ball left field that will back there on its way dawn over the monster Marwick Gonzales, a two run blast. The Astros have a four, two lead. After the game, Garrett, Cole would talk about what happened next is maybe being the pivot point because he did not have shutdown inning and the bottom of the third inning. After the Astor's took the lead, this is what happened. Jackie Bradley Jr. the plate bowl turns down the rubber now to one. Swing and a high fly ball towards the left field corner Gonzales swords Alon that was off the lobster into score Bogart's Pierce autists heels here comes Denver's Bradley's into second Genesee Bradley Jr. clears the bases, Red Sox by Iran Boston on top five four is that was high up onto the monster just inside the poll state of the park. It was still five, four in the bottom of the seventh inning. Lance mccullers junior was on the mound behind the plate Martine Maldonado and look Lance mccullers union as one of the best breaking balls in baseball in Maldonado acknowledged that what happened in the bottom of the seventh inning, which was repeated problems. Catching baseball may have been because his unfamiliarity with that great curl ball mccullers give lesson. Now it's left up to Bogart with bets at third to down the pitch outside off the global Maldonado. Haney Red Sox have an insurance run that one was up at a way Maldonado couldn't keep it in front and Mukhi bets, grants home six, four, Boston Rick came out of the Red Sox bullpen to throw the top of the eighth inning attacking headers and then Mookie Betts applied the coup gras in the bottom of the eighth inning. One live base hit out of the right field. That's with the knocked Evers around. Third, he's to score bet slides into second. It's an RV I double Mookie delivers than it seven to four in the top of the night. Then Craig kimbrel emerged from the Boston Doug ad. And you remember what happened at the end of the Anki series. He struggled to find home plate and there was some anxiety in the stands at Fenway park as Kimball started at night inning, and the Astros began to rally on swang in a ball ham left field towards the monster, and that's high off the monster. Now to Vail take the turn will hang on at first. He kinda limps back in there. That's an RBI single off the monster. And now it's seven, five next to the plate, Alex bregman who was red hot at the end of the regular season, the Red Sox staff, it made it clear decision not to pitch to him six walks in the firm. Two-game series. Plus he was hit by a pitch in another plate appearance in this case, Kimbrell had to throw them, and this is what happened regmunt back in a way to get a one, the pitch swing and a high fly ball, left field Benintendi near the wall and makes the catch, and that is the ballgame. Just the base of the green monster hold it in and kimbrel by the skin of his teeth to close it out and the Red Sox. Hang onto what it in the Astros clubhouse after the game bregman was asked about whether or not he thought he got it. He said, no, if I got it, it would have been out in the street. Mookie Betts was on the field after the game, and I caught up with them. We did great. No, yet out. We've proven that we've been in both games. Everyone was second one and we'll just continue to play are going into Houston. When asked you about a couple of pitchers, David price, you know the scrutiny that's been on early game, keeps you guys right there. You guys win a game. He starts. Yeah. I mean, he's a great pitcher, you know, no matter what people say goes out. He are thirty million dollars a year. For reason he showed about record cells work out of the bullpen. He's, you know, he's done great. Starting out of the bullpen anywhere you put up. You know, he's got. And compete Fisher. AJ Hinch. The Astros manager talked about Mukhi bets ignited from the very beginning of the game. I mean, this place energy of this place when he comes up too bad is is really electrifying. So when you try to minimize much as you can in front of them, we didn't do a great job of that today. But from the the first bat- on, he kind of set the tone from the very beginning. So it's why he's very much MVP candidate. AJ was asked also about looking bad's, going around the bases in that seventh inning to make the score six, two, four at that time, give a lesson the insurance from this word and the seven Makiko around the basis how unusual to see that with with its. He went around the basis that have to put a ball and play in on. That's those are tough in this in this type of series is tightly CEPA games. It's a long characteristic. I mean, obviously, mccullers abroad mccullers ended try to keep it a one run game with the way that this series can go. And it's almost like a Tiger Balm for me. So last to a couple of nasty breaking ball, just look like, you know, Martinez lost it in the people in center field or just got a little bit got a little bit lax back. There had a little tough time and Mukhi went around the bases. I walk and then no-ball plane is of scorn before this series began AJ Hinch raved about Mukhi bets in his impact on the Red Sox. And Alex Cora was asked about Hinch comments on mochi and his play. Give lesson. Listen. A game AJ called Mukhi ticking time bomb, and he kind of went off tonight. Do you think it was more himself tonight? You said you wanted to get on the air did a couple of times? Yeah, Jesus Margai they went to Stanford.
How 2 metro Detroit doctors got busted for $20M opioid scheme
"Of the ramp to seventy five traffic is slowing in the area on the Jeffries eastbound after Libranoy there's an accident on the shoulder and. That will cause some. Delays as well for the morning drive also keep in mind Hines drive is closed in both directions between outer drive in Ann Arbor. Trail due to flooding taking a look at your forecast today it's going, to be mostly sunny with a high of. Eighty five degrees partly cloudy tonight the low of sixty eight and then on Friday mostly sunny a chance of a thunderstorm and a high of eighty. Six right now it, is mostly sunny and sixty seven degrees From this town hall dot com newsroom five metro Detroit women are facing, charges in a twenty million dollar opioid distribution scheme authorities accused them of legally prescribing over six hundred seventy four thousand doses. Of opioids to people who didn't need the pain killers and would instead Salva pills on the street to doctors are used of writing multiple prescriptions at a time at oak park's orthopedic medical building those doctors the owner iris Winchester and another employees are charged in. The case officials and. Genesee county are investigating the possible hacking of emergency warning sirens that went off in six areas the first siren sounded just before six. Thirty Tuesday near Mont college while others were triggered at eleven twenty five, in Burton Flint Flint township Gaines township and. Monday township despite the, weather emergency existing the Genesee county nine one one executive board director says they're suspecting the system was hacked due to the tone Made by the siren we update traffic and weather four times an hour another Pasco when the patriots Brian, Kelly is a high taxing. Self-serving politician who puts himself I Kelly voted for grant homes tax hikes killing jobs and hurting families then.
Seafair Torchlight Parade and Run to close Seattle streets Saturday
"And requirements will vary John Nelson with us this morning having a. Look at AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours got this roadwork. Going on blocking two left lanes that's I five. In the northbound direction between five twenty and forty history that's got traffic backed, up through, the convention centers do looking. At a, wide open drive on the floating bridges across lake Washington. No collisions no stalls blocking your way of course seafarer torchlight run will happen at six, PM torchlight parades gonna have four th avenue shut, down at seven. Pm are next, KOMO traffic at eight twenty four Now look at our forecast here in the KOMO weather center. As we have torchlight parade for seafarer tonight and. Seattle by the time we get to parade time temperatures will be cooling down, from the, mid eighties plan for lots. Of sunshine, and very warm again today we're starting off with a. Few clouds around the area and temperatures in the low sixties it'll be overnight low of, sixty three I is planned for Sunday eighty eight for. The, high lots of sunshine still very warm and that will continue Monday Tuesday and even Wednesday that's. The latest from the KOMO weather center Stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station. KOMO news one thousand FM ninety seven seven Familiar. Sound among so many when it comes to our summer celebration, that we call fair here. In Seattle sixty ninth annual is now underway actually told me. About ten weeks seventy five different sanctioned events there's ten. Signature events of seafarer many which are rolling today it's. Going to be busy in the city of Seattle tens of thousands will be here for the torchlight parade tonight we've got to, see for torchlight run and then something. New in the last few years has been Siefert torchlight fan fest which keeps everybody busy at Seattle center. It's a sneak preview and a chance to actually meet person to person everybody who's in the parade tonight and earlier, this week c. for president and CEO Richard Anderson had. Some moments to speak. With our very own komo's Tom hutler about. What to expect for seafarer this year let's give a listen we have the Alaska Airlines flight parade sixty ninth addition think most of us are feeling. Like this'll. Be the. Biggest and best ever certainly right up, there with with any of them over over One hundred entries a theme. Of inclusive so just just so much fun and so many, many areas represented the concession. On fans and spritz bottles that would be a good what. We'll start here the blue angels testing later next week. Then the seafarer weekend itself unlimited hydroplane still a fan. Favorite around here but there's a lot more going on at Genesee park as well there there is so we of course have, the traditional hydroplanes and all levels and. Putting the fastest in the world will be there along with the tunnel boats the ones and grand prix. And vintage and we have the j. hydros this year which are youngsters building their own boats and racing in front, of the main grandstand so that's a lot of fun. An amazing air show. But as you said you know we we. Really spread our wings much more Inc around music food is a huge feature you will you will see food items like you read about it safer We'll have the h. o. folks doing the. The wake boarding which is. A big. Fan favorite in we're bringing back the world class BMX, bike Exhibits some of the. Best bike tricksters in the world lots of, lots of fun lots of things to do for everyone Friday by. The way is a free, day if, you simply go to. Elm street Bank you can pick up, free tickets and come out courtesy of Tulalip and then Saturday and Sunday of course or full. Pay days and all three days. We have the the blue angels in the air and. The Boeing air show the Albert Lea Cup hydroplane racing so it's it's a big deal it's become such a multifaceted event down. At the park it used to be basically just the boat races, in some food vendors and, now so much going on for so many people. And of course between now and the actual weekend racing next week there's, fleet wick fleet week which is always a really cool event around here it's it's it's not an unsung, hero because people certainly. Know about it but tens of thousands of our our naval, coast guard personnel will descend on our. Beautiful city and move treat them with with Great hospitality but they also welcome us aboard their, ships or ship tours The coast guard and navy, involved will have Canadian ships as well so it's really a cool deal and you'll. See literally thousands of our young, military personnel in and around, the streets so, when, you're in. Downtown Seattle be sure and and say I. Thank you Richard good luck it's. Going to be a lot of fun thanks for spending time with us I know. You're busy and congratulations on what I'm sure we'll, be another. Great success komo's Tom hutler with president and CEO of fair Richard Anderson and if we're fairly new to all the fun of the summer celebration now sixty nine ninth year there is more than just a torchlight parade and some race. Boats and a few airplanes to. Have a look at, seafarer dot com and you'll see what I mean volunteer divers in Greece. Scouring the sea for potential victims of the. Country's deadliest wildfire in decades these are your, world headlines, from ABC news one of the divers Martinez Amaechi from Italy Needs to be done it's still unclear how many people might be missing Gaza health, officials say. A Palestinian was killed and dozens injured buys Rayleigh fire at a border protest it's official Pakistan's election commission has declared former cricket star Imran Khan's party the winner of the country's historic third consecutive election of a civilian government but he. Must now form a coalition and. British Prime Minister Theresa, may has been discussing Brexit with the leader of Austria which girly holds. The rotating European Union presidency I'm Tom rivers. At the ABC news foreign desk in London For the propel insurance money and business update we'll bring it to you at twenty and fifty past the hour here on KOMO equity markets, were all over the place this, week the thirty stock Dow Jones industrial average rose a bit over four hundred points to close at twenty five four fifty, one the broader s., and p. five hundred rose just twelve points though to Twenty-eight nineteen and the broadest US equity measure. The SNP total market index pretty much broke even gaining just two points. For the week the bad stuff happened to some of the big names on the. NASDAQ which lost one hundred and five points for. The week propelled, lower by plummeting social media stocks on Thursday Facebook. Set a dollar loss record shedding. Almost one hundred. And twenty billion dollars in market value for about nineteen. Percent in a single day for the week the loss total thirty six, dollars a share as Facebook closed out at one hundred and seventy five dollars a share Friday it was Twitter's turn to, plunge giving up twenty percent in a day. Twitter ended the week down about twenty.
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