26 Burst results for "HFS"

"hfs" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:15 min | Last month

"hfs" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Twits dot tv slash s. An-and have to put the show notes up on the link to the full peace I don't want to get it. I'm just a tech guy. I don't know anything about medicine or health. So i don't wanna get involved in that but i will put that link up on our show us tech at And you could google. You could google vitamin d security. Now i think and probably find it pretty quickly. What can i. What can i do for you mark. So i was helping somebody with the new m one Math twenty four inch and the first one only had eight gigs and had problems with time machines so we got a new sixteen which still comes up every once in a while with low memory and still comes up with problems with time machine. And i'm wondering if you and i will look for the show notes. If anybody in the audience is running to this one suggestion. I would make and this might be related on the newer macs time machine uses the new ap pf s file system in order to use it. You have to start over with your time machine I would definitely suggest doing that. Yeah we reformatted it like three okay. Hotel like three times now. Okay so they said the same thing they said. Yeah you've got gotta use a pf s that started. I think with catalina. But that's that's the new apple file system has moved over to it. Started with the iphone. Now all the max now are using it and time machine which was on the old. hfs file system did. which was i honestly a very clergy. Way of doing these backups. It's much better. I think in syria and Aps because it supports things like snapshots. i'm not sure why it's running out of ram though. That's interesting i've not experienced that an apple. What apple say do they have any suggestions We did you know get rid of some startup stuff and in the users and so we got rid of a few startup items and sat really got rid of the problem for the most part so interesting so he just had a lot of stuff running in the background. must've been but even then it was. There was some times where it which is boot. And you wouldn't do anything to it maybe had like safari and mail open and it would still do it. Yeah and then we got rid of some of the startup items. And then i started like twenty five programs and then it really wouldn't do it and then we turn them all and it kinda would do it again. Everyone's but the low memory. That pretty much almost never happens anymore. But the the time machine backup issue where it says. It can't write a file That's still happens at least once a day. that's frustrating yeah. And i was just wondering because i you know i i had three. I'm max from customers on the same saturday log. Them in high sierra logged themselves out to of yeah literally on the same day three people. Wow every two minutes it would log them out and two of them just bought pneumatics. There's absolutely sixteen. Gigs of ram is an obscene. Amount of ram even for intel..

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"hfs" Discussed on The Lucky Few

The Lucky Few

03:38 min | Last month

"hfs" Discussed on The Lucky Few

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"hfs" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

05:38 min | 2 months ago

"hfs" Discussed on AoS Coach

"Hfs that's what they do. Because you're thinking so far ahead and thinking of bubbles. I i remember the days back in first edition where you literally just ran fullwood with blood. Lead is trying to do. Modal words plug. We're paying for the children of second edition me including here but we never got that. Yeah even blood. I is with the six inch pilot. And you don't just running forward and just smash face you actually sit that success. He go for the you mentioned acids. Let's talk about. The aren't the more i sit in english kind of word now. Anyway the technology that knows about the six inch pilot with the rates there sir. Yes and with a fury thursday that six inch filing no longer works at easy because it reasonably so you were used to sit outside of three and six now Denies that and that's two times out of three eight so because they're gonna move outside of six. You can no longer violin. They're outside of if he said three. Yes if you say okay pilots six yes honore deploy if they roll one two three outraged. Yes if want to one or two one or two because if they're all three the move three inches which makes him from three point. One to six point one ended up six point one. You're able to island so on a fury plus which is four times of six. You miss that tech. Which i'd never actually really rated because i thought that if you're at allows you to do that actually beat them without using it feel and you might use it once in a game and so i never actually use it that much it was it was great when slash was going around making you fire on a on a two plus. That's long gone yet. Yeah it's gone so that's gone now which is kind of sad but there's also another piece of That i used to use a lot and duck was one of the book of iron jaws came out in two thousand nineteen Blake nineteen feels like ages ago..

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"hfs" Discussed on The DigitalMarketer Podcast

The DigitalMarketer Podcast

06:25 min | 2 months ago

"hfs" Discussed on The DigitalMarketer Podcast

"Building and talking about building one with your coworkers not just your coworkers. But across teams. Who do you need to know. Who should you know. How do you bring them into your network and provide value to them because without that value in knowing that they can trust you. You're your person to go to for x. y. z. It kind of ends there and we built a giving network where yeah we're going to help you. For example when we were all furloughed at ticketmaster i started helping with resumes. We started doing cover letters with people. We are trying to help. People not only start their own businesses but we want to help them get the next job we start there and it's because of doing pieces like this that the next referrals come in and it's the value in advance but we don't expect anything for it now that we just for free right we we knew That had been laid off or furloughed or whatever happened with their situation and they were strong right just like we were and so we and since we had already started out in made the decision to build rockstar men. We wanted to go ahead and give back and this is an opportunity for us to do that right now. And we helped dozens of the. I don't know how many resumes i reviewed and provided guidance on in audits bringing it was incredibly rewarding. You know for us because people's job and it's like oregon an interview right and that was that was all really any for and some of those people ended up being customers or sending other people to assess customers. Yeah that's amazing and it's such a great lesson just in general about like when you think of building your network like creating. You're not work it's really not about like who's the the most like the highest coolest person in the world that i can be connected to. It's like how can i build and support the people that i know and advance. I know that we use it to show like that. You're giving value in advance of buying something. I think it can be translated so well into just day to day. Life and interactions like the same way that a neighbor like you know. Offer them a cup of sugar before they even need to come to your door. Don't go round just giving people sugar. But i think the next layer is also. How do you behave in your professional network. So when i was working at ticketmaster you know me because if randomly you sent me something i would write back your amazing thank you so much and then i will add you on lake debt and then i would randomly send you things here and there. Hey just. how's the gambling not needing anything not wanting anything because so many times in the corporate world you send email because you're requiring something somebody else take action not just the other day guy in its little. Thank you notes in those things that also reinforce that foundation because most people don't yeah it makes you so memorable the magin an easier way to manage every state of the customer journey away to improve your sales and marketing automation improve your customer relationships and your payment processing all with one easy to use platform that is the power of keep the leading sales and marketing automation platform for entrepreneurs coaches and consultants. Just like you keep will help you offload those legally repetitive tasks. Automate your email. An sms marketing including all the followups with easy to use templates that capture leads and nurture them into paying customers who refer others. Plus it'll hubby get paid faster because keep natively integrates with pay pal stripe and we pay so eliminate your weekly overwhelm and upgrade to the solution that saves you time while make any money. Head over to keep dot com that's k. e. a. p. dot com. And start your free. Fourteen day trial today. No credit card required quick. Shoutout to eight drafts. This tool is so incredible. There's a reason why it's always the tool that any seo or content marketer mentioned to me as one of their favorites hfs is an all in one seo tool set. they've also got free learning materials passionate community. You can optimize. Your website can analyze. Your competitor can study what your customers are searching for. You can learn from the top performing content in your industry and you can track your ranking progress as you move up in google even if you are media buyer or you focus on pay traffic. You know that organic piece has got to be locked in and that's what. hfs does check it out. There's a free seven-day trial head on over to a r. e. f. s. dot com. Take that trial. Give it a shot. It's for professional. Seo's content marketers bloggers agencies sas companies and e-commerce. Give it a shot. Yaw eight dot com..

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"hfs" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

07:35 min | 3 months ago

"hfs" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Give us an update on on what you've been up to yes. Oj me just a quick update for those of you who are into the ham radio stuff so you guys all know. I told you guys that. I ended up losing my ham radio Hfs antenna off the roof during this massive windstorm. We had Took out our fence and took out my so. I put up a new one. But while i was putting that up you know that we also are finishing the basement and the issue with that is i am in the opposite corner my basement now as to where the antenna the feed line comes in for the outside so complete opposite so it means a lot of co ax that runs across the ceiling. To come down to my radio so i was. I'm planning out where during the new finnish baseman. I'm gonna be putting the the ham radio it's actually going to be. I'm gonna put it over in that corner. And so i was like okay. Well this requires a new kind of a setup right and so i actually got one of those if you if you go outside and you look at your utility boxes outside your house. There's probably one from like for us. It's cox communications right. All those weatherproof outside boxes that they have essentially protects where the line comes in from the utility and then goes into your house so i ended up getting one of those to put on the outside right now. I have a hole drilled in my house in on this and the wall from my basement the outside i have the coaxial cable. Run out. nice silicone dolan. So just more people would run that in. But i kinda wanted a more versatile. Be able to plug and play Situation so what. I was an got one of those boxes. I put it on the outside of the house. And then i drilled. I put pd see from the inside to the outside and so now it's nice enclosed box so if i need to switch cables out. It's no longer cutting out a bunch of silicone pulling it out. It's just and the new stuff would do. Essentially you stuff steel wool or whatever you need inside that. Pvc to stop if bugs were to get into this box or anything or air. You don't wanna getting in so you're gonna stuff that that homeowner done. Uh so doing that. But for the tech angle. This right so i put the box in the tech angle of. This is a for those of you who are in a ham radio so i obviously have my h f rig and put up the new antenna and you guys know if you're in a ham radio h f radio. You can pretty much use any co ax so for non ham radio people when you think of ax. Think of like the stuff that you plug in cable. Tv too right now. That's a very that's not good for ham radio 'cause that that center conductor so small But for for ham radio. You're using the same idea. Kasha cable a center conductor you have outside shielding pretty basic and for h f. You can get away with pretty much anything. So i use. Rg eight x for those ham. Radio guys out there for my from geoffrey. But i have a really long line. So it's about one hundred and probably thirty feet out to my antenna kovacs and then for my two meter radio so this this is where things differ. When you guys are doing you know this radio right here. This is the the The two meter four forty. This is your close range. Dock told the guys in omaha almost like your cb radio right so. I have this on my desk. This antenna is actually inside the attic. And it's about a still about one hundred twenty five feet. A co ax runs up down across the basement. And then the straight up through the main level into the attic and i have a foldable. Essentially jay-paul ladder line antenna up. There what i realized. And what you guys might not realise you hamra guys up. There is how much line loss you have with two meter. Four forty radios with rj tax. Or anything less apt on coack. So as an example. When you have this is a twenty five or twitter. Twenty five watt radio twenty radio that a half or two meter in four forty when you have twenty watt radio and you're using rg eight x and let's say you have twenty watts at fifty feet. You're already down to the amount of watts hitting. The antenna is only about two watts. So you're losing eighteen watts in the coaxial cable. Because how see that cable type is with your radio at those frequencies so part of this big upgrade for me was actually going from especially on the two meter four forty I went from rj. Tax to el-ahmar four hundred and jim. This is where. I really nerdy down the types of co ax cable. You can get So this rda tax. I wish i could actually can. I pull it note. I can't it's like it's a pretty flexi right. It's pretty flexible. Cable this el-ahmar for hundreds who had just came. I got hundred feet of stuff's expensive dollar twenty cents a foot So for a hundred feet of this cable is over. A hundred bucks but You essentially retain a little hot more of your power so on twenty radio. You're going to have about seventeen watts making it out to the antenna which makes a huge difference when you are essentially you trying to get your signal out from your radio out your antenna to the receiving antennas so The big upgrade. It was something i hadn't really thought of and again for those of you guys you know i spend most time. H now long. Distance contacts and rj. Taxes is fine at one hundred feet. You're gonna be more than what more than good But i was just shocked to see that. Only about two watts. And i was wondering i'm like why am i not hitting the repeater. It's so weird. I can go outside of my handy talkie and i can hit it. Well a handy talkie is five watts. And i'm i have this. Big twenty watt radio. I have a big antenna. It doesn't matter my five one hearing talk. He's actually getting five watts out My twenty radio is only getting two watts out of the twenty because the rest. That's getting lost in heat and other a central heat getting lost in the cox because those co ax the different qualities of them are not meant to handle a type of stuff so so lesson learned. That's the upgrade. I also while i was at at jimmy why not. I got a whole new two meter. Four forty really cool intended on the outside of my house Someone will put that. I have a plan to put that on the eve at arrives tomorrow And so going to be fully set up and ready go but much more modular and nice looking Ham radio setup. Go in the finnish base. And i'm really excited. We're gonna make. Actually the sounds weird. Here's our make fun of me. It's actually be in guest room But it's going to be really cool kind of modern setup which just the radio on the desk. My ham radio map right above it. That's right behind me with all the pins in the places that contact I think it's gonna look actually really really cool. I'm gonna split up. my ham. Radio is no longer going to be at my big four monitor gaming rig set up it's going to be on its own and a place. I can go sit play ham radio. Relax the antenna. Hannah approved. I'm assuming yes so the old H f rig was on a Essentially twenty five foot mast on top of our house The current h. F. antenna is limited. Wire that peeks out from the corner even the house and runs into a tree you don't even know if there is a black wire you can't even see it And show her question was that was literally an option this entire time like and you had a twenty foot metal pole sticking out the top of your house and now you have to stay little wire sticking out from an eve into a tree So yeah but you know the more you learn about him. Radio the more you learn of the different options of what she got so the more you know more you know and the other antenna that we got the two meter A nice black just a three foot. Little one it'll be you'll be in a much more hidden. Positions will be nice. Well you know what. I'm going to be on a rabbit trail this weekend..

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Youtuber Shoe On Head's Claim of 7-Year-Old Selling Lemonade for Brain Surgery Bogus

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:15 min | 3 months ago

Youtuber Shoe On Head's Claim of 7-Year-Old Selling Lemonade for Brain Surgery Bogus

"I guess there was some demonstration in new york city about health gap. And you know at anti a radio one of the signs patients not prophets right because it's a charity right. Health health can be run as a charity and she is holding in her post on instagram. A placard taken from and newspaper and it's a headline so i stopped to read it. I want to talk about it. Why because it's a beautiful case study of useful idiocy and propaganda headline that she photocopied. Oh somebody gave to her on the on the placard girl seven cells limousine to pay for brain surgery. Wow shocking right. A girl seven years old cells lemonade and the lemonade stand to pay for her brain surgery. How outrageous and underneath she scribbled or somebody skill on the plant gone on the headline. This underlying should never underline happened in the richest on the line country on earth on the line. I wonder why she underlined earth. You creationist. i don't think so. This should never happen in the richest country on your i. Did i agree with you. Shoot if i may. I agree with you. Seven-year-old girl shouldn't have to sell lemonade for her brain surgery. The trouble is issue. It never happened. Yeah because i was so incensed by the story thinking yeah. I'm an american. This is wrong. You know what i did. I was actually driving home from waiting. I mentioned earlier. My wife was driving. So i i was in the passenger seat and i use this thing called the interwebs yes. I'm older than you. But i do know how to do this. Which is surprising. Because you're on youtube. Your bidding younger than me so i thought maybe you had done this yourself and the third the third story i looked at when i put in seven year old girl brain surgery. Lemonade ended. I wasn't complicated. The third story i looked at was from web. Md and it was a lengthy story from this. You know serious website on medical issues that broke down who it was what was wrong with her which hospital where she was at and eliminate story. And what did. I find in paragraph seven or eight which i sent to shoe. Just you know being decent citizen. Her parents insurance cover the costs of the brain surgery. She sold some lemonade to do one. Pay for ancillary things to have frames. Be able to fly to her clinic. It's an otter complete gas lighting. Lie it is the worst propaganda using the sickness of. Hfs for your political ends. Shame on us shoe

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"hfs" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

08:03 min | 3 months ago

"hfs" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"The other hat and they kind of became this sort of like every time that you separate people in comics like when when bruce banner in the hope that separate in the whole just became the hulk as a mindless fruit and banner was this. We milk coast immediately realized they had to be together because these things have to be together but in perfecting the separation technology maybe kurt counters actually created lizard. That could be a lizard on its own and could be more than just being the lizard but also be a sentient evolved lizard. That may not jess speed. The monster helda unleashed by craven because honestly no craving might least favorites spiderman. Better get a good his hand croaky by the end of this. That's all i'm saying. Well that's the thing i mean. They split auto. You know one impeach come the superior spider man and doctor. Octopus gonna go really dark. I don't know what they're gonna do with him yet because it hasn't happened yet but yeah i mean if they split the trace. Is that the same time to hue very simply. Maria could bring him back in his auto body but with tolliver memories and his own memories and then he's auto lactobacillus classic but he's also now. I remember everything about being the amazing spider man or the superior spider man in our remember. Every choice i made and everything is clear to me. And maybe he gets to have his own redemption or they decided to make him a villain again just like they keep on doing with san and rhino and everybody else every time anyone gets they always have that anti hero. Redemption art for a week emailed although to be fair that is capitalism. Because you know you don't pay anything to be hero you. Have you still have to pay your bills along that line. I do wanna talk about Immortal hulk and the story between Be and fix it. And he has one. We're basically a she'll not being controlled or mind-controlled and in turn back and forth and all that stuff easy the whole thing what's yes. I've seen the adventures listening in and jen stories. Saying yeah you go watch him. You're gonna watch from our end We eat we eat. Let me go yet But i did like the joe. Bet these thing and especially this idea that you know as you said he left bruce in hell but i do wonder what that even means you know and it. Is this idea that you know what if what if like your sense of south is pan dimensional and so yeah. A part of you is shut off from yourself. 'cause it's in heck but at the same time it's also still a part of you and that's how they're gonna get to the underworld tree. Bruce could be interesting. I mean i really enjoyed the immortal halt. It was very good book this week. What did you think Liked it trying to member to the was last week. Yeah i'm good. I'm because they went into watt into. You know the nature of joe fix it. You know it's like you know as a child fan for yeah. Yeah basically on the top guy in his head. Yeah that's it is but then it also is that he wants to evolve beyond and maybe that's even the point that will get to at the end is like you know what you think you have. You don't have a you. Have you have the milk toast. You have this thing that thinks it's banner. What banner is more than just that thing. And that is no more important to us than joe fix it or the hulk or any of us were all one thing and that can never be separate from this. Then you yes. That was the thing. Belo's go along because now it has a line in the real world. I don't house whatever we'll see The dream captain america. Fill yes i did. Thirty the last issue. Tana housi- coaches run. Yeah and it's it's talky episode. We get the we get the again a reference to you. Hfs week we recorded you saying what you really think about the people that follow you And they have the intelligence officials of stocks And it's weird seeing peggy in especially because they have peggy a buck decide on this as an art. It's yeah i'm still with cap anche. Aunt peggy the cool. I'm with bussey. Got the bronze at the blondes brunettes with brunettes. But i don't know it. It just seems weird. Kind of pair them awesomeness. I think as a concept. Maybe they could have done that a little bit differently. But i'll go along with it You have sin as returned. His mother superior That's cool. she's a magic user. So that'll be fun. And that's a ton of hussy coats left. The next order of captain. America with said you ski as and going home. You deal with it. Oh right Do you want to talk any four door known then basically do tune in. If it's cool. So what did you think of this issue for It's interesting i don't know i don't know how i feel about like the hammers like it's own cynthia saying What i guess. It doesn't want him that he store to be king doesn't want is in. This is the idea that the hammer wants to fight and to fight you must be a warrior. But the king can't be a warrior. King must be one who directs warriors and so from this. Someone else needs to wheeled me owner at this time Until sores ready to be a warrior again But since he is now king odin he can't live a warrior so this will be thing. I think that there's going to be know. We see that loki can pick it up that We know james foster concerted. Pick it up and wants. It finds the person that'll be it's warrior unlocked. And maybe it'll be again. Because he will make the argument that he can be a warrior king and that will be his grand release of it but We'll see what happens with that. I enjoyed it. i liked it a lot i liked it. Came to captain american against you. Know he sets the hammer down at the end. I'm thinking well. At least if the vendors have to move the hammer captain america can pick it up. Well yeah 'cause obviously well actually at this point logically anyone can locate was holding it. Yeah plenty of tony stark. Trying to pick it up and he's still going to pick it up and like oh come on look picking it up. Come on twenty ready for you know. That's.

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"hfs" Discussed on Designing Next: Achieving growth through transformation and innovation

Designing Next: Achieving growth through transformation and innovation

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"hfs" Discussed on Designing Next: Achieving growth through transformation and innovation

"What happened with that without disclosing any secrets or some things. People reveal. People were doing everything they possibly could to connect. And i'll say i on work. People were going people were using zoom that it never used that they found out about plugged really even if it was outside company protocol and their security standards and all those things and we saw what happened with that. But you know people just made things work Was listening to something. From cognizant. Consulting firm was doing an interview with fell. I who that hfs consulting. And he made the point that what they saw with their clients. What everybody really experience were. You know if you didn't know where you were in terms of your digital maturity prior to kobe you found out away you know where there were cracks where people couldn't communicate because couldn't log in or they didn't even know where to log it to To get information or you never done business that way right. You would never Something i used to walk into client and say oh well we don't sell online or we don't sell directly to the manufacturer where two different part of the supply chain well. What happened was With google search and everything else people are finding that people that ad. Pp they were finding the people that pack trucks they were doing all these different things work arounds to try to get things done the experience matrix one of the things. I used to usa a well. Let's go google your product. You're telling me that you're you're not that you're not alive. People can't buy a product online. What would see was there were customers that were reselling products. There were distributors. Were selling products. That will just became like mainstream right that this all became popular immediately and then covered actually dragged on right so we started to figure out new ways to work. And if you look at it what what had happened if you look at the experience metrics which is a little bit hard described except it's fifteen fifteen columns and the columns represent a customer life cycle from a customer becomes aware of the need..

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"hfs" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"hfs" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"And so. My view has been the default attitude out on the ice. Should be to keep your mask on and and there may be situations. Maybe you need to replace a wetness. For instance there situation rican route from mass. But when you remove your mask You should ensure safe distancing and you should refrain from shouting. That's been my my view. The curling clubs. Emt area we met and we came out with a set of recommendations that go somewhat beyond what hfs is requesting or requiring or outlining where we are strongly requesting than our curlers. Wear masks on the the biggest obstacle because a lot of people i think want to be compliant. The big stops. You guys have probably heard this or senior experienced. It is glasses. Fogging up and people who who are not able to use contact lenses and they had them come in my office and i wanna where masters but i can't see and those have been really the most challenging cases What do we do for these curlers. Who want to curl wear masks. But they can't see very well because their glasses keep fogging up. And i don't know if you guys have come up with a herd of a solution to to Anti fog in cold areas. Where curling. But i would be. I would be all ears to hear it. Because i've had curlers try just about everything they can find on the internet and with very little success so i have not curled in glasses during During covid nineteen. But i am a glasses wearer. And i also with in a location where the humidity can be about three thousand percent In what i found in. I found a type of mask that has the The little piece of metal that goes under the nose in a flight took the if i took the piece of metal inside my glasses i don't have fog regardless of how hard i'm breathing out of my nose or out of my mouth. I have been able to avoid fog if i wear the type of mass that i have on hand. That has the little metal piece in inhabit tucked inside the glasses. That's that's that's the that's really the only thing that.

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As Second Wave of Virus Builds, U.K. Enters New Testing Crisis

The Leader

04:34 min | 1 year ago

As Second Wave of Virus Builds, U.K. Enters New Testing Crisis

"It's imperative that people who fear they have covered symptoms are able to be checked as quickly as possible. In the absence of a vaccine. That's the only effective way to stop infections spreading the prime minister says that schools shouldn't send whole classes or people bubbles home and said child has had a positive test but tower enough come this work. If there's nowhere for them to be tested, it's a shambles. The principal cause of this mess is, of course, organizational and administrative failure by the government on those tasked with delivering the system. But what's not helping either is the lack of clear consistent messaging from ministers. The prospect of a second national lockdown, which must be avoided if possible was being quashed today by ministers but if London and the country as a whole is to overcome the current spike and infections. Prevent further restrictions the government from the prime minister down must end the testing chaos and get a grip of its message to. A reporter Rachel Buffet spent the last couple of days researching this and she's with me now, Rachel. You tried them all every borough in the city. What happened say yesterday we spent about five hours. Trying to book a test everywhere in London. Using, residential postcard for each. And there was none available anywhere. We went. He'd be redirected yesterday to tests outside of London. It was simply not debatable check back later. Still. Not Test available. At again, this morning as well. Yeah. Again, this morning that was. Sort of eighteen available for a walk in center in Kensington. But again, when we tried to book that that was it the slots for booking she came up and this really is just exposing how difficult this crisis is particularly as we have a situation where you know the prime minister has said. CHILDREN SHOULDN'T! Be! Taken off out school Unless their entire bubble is a task but now parents get a test you spoke to apparent in to what kind of trouble will they heaven? Yes. But I quasi parents A couple of in story know they had to go huge round trip is three hours to EPSOM. Paradise boats you had today at just to get a test and they were you know saying alarms midnight waking up refreshing the government page days. Together, test others we spoke to would actually just. Pay For private tests which cost over one hundred pounds just so they can get their kids but to school and they don't have to sell vice sleep two weeks and I think the thing is as well. You know kids especially young kids they get a little time and you know the constantly got colds and coughs and things like that So love tests you know people have that tested negative, but they can't risk it and they have stated time of work on. which has a huge impact on incomes well, for low people this just it's just a huge disparity across the UK as well. So you know we try to protests in Scotland putting in Scottish codes on his ones available immediately go get one in half an hour until of Aberdeen Dundee. That's all fine. But trying to get one in London is just impossible and is there anything being done about it? I hear them might be a new rationing system in place yes and that`ll Be Announced today that there's going to be rationing system where he workers teaches HSA workers camera because. They will get priority protests which can only be a good thing but. There are so many key wikus, huge amounts, people, h HFS and teaching schools, and there are so many patients covid while Kiwi status the the still going to be a huge number of people needing tests all the time. especially. Love Them. We'll have children who come home be on Ben their whole house openly tests. I mean, hopefully it will help but. Donate. So what was the health saying about? All this Donald tells the saying you know they're adding tests all the time they go team hundred, thousand tests day. But when he speak to actual people. There's no one I spoke to. The said Yep was able to just go and get a test. It was so easy in the last two weeks I mean full children stopped back at school. Yes. It was easy to get test but now the children's died back at school it's just very, very difficult especially in the

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"hfs" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"hfs" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"Premiums at the end of the at the end of the year. Decreases overall costs of operating. Now, you're more competitive in the marketplace you go out there and when there's a tight, did you got really Kinda get down and Chisel away at it? You have more headroom to do that or these other partners that are putting these things in the appropriate order. They're not able to do that. They had these X. orbit operating costs that keep them in a higher bracket. Yes. That makes perfect sense. Another thing that's oftentimes overlook not only are you talking about incidents or accidents and that sort of thing but they absenteeism that results. From these incidents is a critical factor. Absolutely, you know it's interesting what you say there. I'm I'm looking at an executive summary on a study that's entitled two thousand and Nineteen. State of the industry is HFS program Trans and. One of the things that they said in the introduction was they said only over half of the respondents in this study that they did. Confirmed that the benefits of their ehs program exceeded it's cost. Put says to me that it's probably higher than they realized because they don't pick up on these things that you just mentioned are maybe they need you. Well, the unfortunate reality is a lot of companies when they think of safe. They really look at it as a cost center just just just just pure money going out the door. Instead of realizing that, hey, if you appropriately apply safety, you let your safety guy. Run Point or interference in front of your organization. If you say, Hey, hey, safety why this is where we WANNA be in five years because for US I don't care women doesn't matter how you want to do a thing or the thing which you WanNa do a reality is if you called me and said, cody moving forward every morning I want every single one of our employees. More, parachute with their adrenaline pumping that's what I want him to do moving forward. Safety man should be able to confidently say, okay, no worries I'll make sure they hit the ground safe and keep rolling because it's making sure that we understand where we WANNA move companies who can be fluid move and be part operational understanding. So you grow your you wanted to raise for employees you're not just constantly for. No. Over as or center, it's bringing in the value saying, Hey, listen. If we do this this this and this I can reduce your operating cost in allow you to be more flexible in the field to make sense well, it it does make sense because. One of the things that they pointed out in this study they said. The simple fact is we we saw a clear delineation. There are companies with injury rates much lower than the industry average, and then there are companies with industry rates much higher than the industry average and their absentee rates track the same way either much lower or much higher and the actual safety violations that they receive and the you know the black marks that you get on on your. Net World, whatever service you're using along with the fines and all that sort of thing that all comes into play. And these are metrics that you can measure. If you just sit down and do it right will this others to order and I go back to again with it but coverage and record ability. The documentation face. So a Lotta Times the company's only and we keep going back to operational cost but the coverage is they'll have one guy..

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Homeland Insecurity: A Conversation With Erika Andiola

Latino Rebels Radio

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Homeland Insecurity: A Conversation With Erika Andiola

"Your new podcast called homeland insecurity. Basically, it's a new documentary podcast from releases. About sort of the history of immigration enforcement, and how it all change, but we get into that egg. I wanted to at least introduce a clip that will play. Explain that really. Basically, it's you. It's your voice exploring how immigrants like yourself? have, become the enemy. And how feared change America so let's listen to the clip. I moved to the US from May. He go in their family when I was just eleven years. Old I never imagined will be treated like villains. Bringing drugs, children or forcibly separated from their practice down on sanctuary cities, bringing grime for a ban on all those long 'til suspend immigration over the corona by rapist. So. How did we get here? How did emigrants become the enemy? This is homeland insecurity it podcast from die says about the unwritten history of the HFS about. America lost its way. I'm your host eighty guns. In this podcast we'll go back to the very beginning, and how the mission of the H S win from fighting terrorists to something else. To keeping emigrants. At all costs. Subscribe to homeland insecurity wherever. You listen to podcasts. Visit Homeland Security PODCAST DOT COM So I WANNA make the connection because I you know I i. get what you're saying. It's very important, and and we've been very clear. You know black lives. Matter is black lives leading black voices amplifying. You know we're doing everything we can to be like. How does? How does How does this movement continue to stay elevated? But at the same time, just hearing what you're saying, right? And also, when you talk about police, because obviously police is not just Phoenix city police I mean there's so much police around us, and you are an enemy. You have become an enemy. Erica so how do we begin to make the connections and unpack? And how does your podcast wanted to throw so many questions at you and you can just go in and talk, but how does your podcast? Why do you think your podcast is so relevant now even more I think it is so I want to hear all up. Just it all out my friend. Definitely well, look, we ray now are able to have a much more clear. An open conversation about sixty matic systematic racism and white supremacy, and those are conversations that are really hard to how on a on a daily basis where a lot of people don't make the connection. So, what do you mean? Immigration has anything to do with criminal justice system. You know what it is a different entity than the police. Don't they do different things focus on different people in? It's always our job as as activists than. Organizers to really explain this this is how we works. You know this is not only how we works, but also this is where it comes from, and one of the big calls that we had just I think it was pretty big. With twenty twenty nineteen he was to abolish is and there was so much pushback you know like helping you. Abolish is like what's going to happen. Who GonNa Enforce this? It's a parallel that I'm seeing with people just really questioning cokie. You defend the police like what's going to happen where security gonNA know how security going to happen and. Continuous conversation of US having to explain that a lot of the systems are based on on white supremacy. Allow this system surveys on racism and the jobs that the police and the is Keri Al are basically rooted in that and so one not start looking into the root of that, and that's what the podcast does with the chest specifically.

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HS2 may be a mess, but it's still essential for the future of UK rail

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:48 min | 1 year ago

HS2 may be a mess, but it's still essential for the future of UK rail

"HFS To the high speed rail network that is supposed supposed to link the The British capital London with cities in the north in order to improve well improve everything. Basically many other western countries do this without without blinking. An eye and without going over budget h us to just seems to be one after another so it's been top story in the UK all this week and was rumbling rumbling around last week as well to be fair. It is Europe's largest current infrastructure project. As you said to link London to Birmingham and then to look at the top linking Manchester and Leeds as well it has been making headlines and yet again so ridgely started out something like thirty three billion pounds then it got up to about fifty billion pounds. Only about four years ago we found out earlier in one thousand nine hundred nine it could cost eighty billion pounds. Now we discovered could cost well over one hundred billion pounds so the National Audit Office which is sort of the government spending watchdog has looked. Did this come out and been really. Quite critical of the government essentially said the government the Department of Transport has has completely underestimated the costs. Well of of course they underestimated the costs. We kind of know that because the cost is tripled. I mean it's sort of leads to allegations you know. It was priced cheaply at the start to get political backing voter approval for it but having said that you know it is a quite a sophisticated project it and it's not all about high speed it's also about just increasing the capacity of this line and you said comparing to other the European high-speed routes and again this is this again. This is a very sophisticated line. Where apparently we're planning eighteen trains per hour whereas lowest of the lines in Europe typically between two and six trains per hour? So what is now the political dimension of this is Boris Johnson. New Prime Minister who won because of the backing of traditionally labour supporting places in the north of England which. HFS Do is supposed to help. Hey he now has the unenviable decision of deciding whether to keep going with H. S.. Two and he probably politically has little choice given given But of course then there's GonNa be lots of criticism about is this a waste of taxpayers money given how expensive it it isn't like don't believe one hundred and six billion pounds. The last estimate of this could you know given the project isn't supposed to complete until twenty forty on the project. I imagine we'll go up again so politically. It's going to be difficult for him to back away reform but there'll be plenty in his own party. Who are questioning if this is a sensible use of taxpayers money?

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"hfs" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"hfs" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Book Phil Jones Sousa Sports Pub Jagellon EH contact friend of mine in schools and I I'm trying to. I mean this different story to that so yet so fill. Oh used to run an agency called. HFS brand which is opposite the FAA Soho Square the first time at fills Shchukin pulp pope on Soho Square because one of the day was revamping the members club which is kind of basically you know a the people that don't come in Hong Kong actually quite the opposite then people who control it's it used to control the ticketing around England Games are actually there was a few dodgy characters in there's always very dimensional families. It was all like actually us. Don't say don't say all of violence but devise associated with England you lose pensions and through club and it was difficult on anyway put book. I actually did recreationally brunt revamp. It became England towns England friends so I got an e filaret array well and his family can introduce me to Dunkin and a high of initially took it on us off to months. Let's see how it goes. In the states of rain half foyers goose good ride actually it was definitely a brown what was on the verge of growing and at the right time in the right space at the right time and it was it was of the place where you learned even industry. Is that fair yeah. I need nothing events really sucks and I kind of lends on the WHO for little bit really really didn't come events person you know when it gets to the crunch time yeah slowly off you know people take over because they kind of I know how to run events but I kind of knew how to generate interest in how the network at that stage so so the galvanized and yeah and the committee events as well ended badly the relationship and ship it did end bobby. I mean you probably not many moments in my life. Look back where you know. Doc kind of thing happened on IOS say quite I'd say about three and a half four the years just fell apart relationship really owner of soccer except point we did have options yeah but difficult to sort of. I mean it's not worth Goldensohn detail now but it was just one of those things that just ended badly you you put it down to experience and you won't really that's what is you know maybe maybe my sort of ability to ruin something. Competitions underestimated and also on the results of that so it was only the fact the. I felt if you are being slighted. I'm not I hadn't hadn't been for thaw. Doc motivated me to to do something else. Really that was the you know. Sometimes it's timing in life is new wasn't that sets up a competitor events effectively if it hadn't invented bodily loads of respect and more towards can Reza visa to soccer axis business. You know so I don I remember going into sat single fleetest just focusing on wobble leaders debate when adopt US quite integrating rarely because I could kind of I wasn't circled with what the Pasta House will what the event was could make into. I believe would be version. a not kind of allow people will create and actually talk to clients of stars before it launched it a spoken spoke of so many different people and probably over on the six month period to the point where I kinda really knew what people wanted and people writing checks before they've launched it because a biblical will few contacts and also the seeds of day which is actually what people wanted and on that kind of around that's all all we did was just focus on folks on the more people once you know. I'm making ensure is different and also ensure that I remember we had money why in the first year because we didn't want people to buy themselves on stage you didn't more people to from from industries aware relevant to what we were trying to focus on to take control of the content very very cafe. Catholic about what went on stage from the very very get go and that's kind of seen as through to where we are today which is very very thorough burgers about the contents because a lot of people at that time said that it was you brilliant sort of assigned sale. Oh you know doing a lot of the world soccer needed doing and you couldn't be contained within that sort of any. It was inevitable that you're going to set up on your own. It's interesting that you don't feel that inevitability inevitability because what people looking back then well. There's no way that you would have stayed within sucks was always going to do that but that might be a bit looking back. I wouldn't have donate if it hadn't of ended. You know the way ended. There was no incentive to do that. You know we had a very very good relationship. Nations ship and yeah just do not. It may have been the actually who knows what the future would have held book. I couldn't and seeing sell fourteen years. You know forty. When were you when you left so quick question around Twenty minutes late thirties run by that seven facing so when you you leaders then you've got this new thing leaders football's was. How did you sort of define the world what was it you won't question that? I keep coming wondered about for a long time. Having worked around the place is the size of the sports business as how you define it because this depending on who you go around you know who's in the tent and who isn't but what how many people would you say are in the universe of the sports business put a number. I still.

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"hfs" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"hfs" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And would that would live interviews from paramount studios? The humane society of the United States gala to the rescue. I am now with kitty block the president and CEO of. HFS US, right. Welcome to pet life radio. Kitty, it's such a pleasure to meet you to be here. Thank you. And congratulations on your position. Thank you very much. It's really exciting to be here, and it's great to see everybody out here tonight. I'm still excited now. Kitty, I know that HSEN. They tackle you tackle, massive massive things like dogfighting, the horse roundup. So what are you going to be focusing on this year? Well, we protect all animals, and we don't just do it in the United States. But we do it around the globe all animals need our help all animals need our support so factory farming. It's trophy hunting companion animals. The dog meat trade in Asia, everything you can imagine. We're there and we're doing the work and I just want to let everyone know. They are there. I've been working with you for over ten years. And we love h s USO bless you for everything. So do you have animals at home? Do you have any of your own little baby? Of course. I do have my dog lily. She's a street dog rescue from Trinidad and Tobago. And I left you too little alley cats. And they're my sweet sweet sweet little baby. So, yes, so have you always been involved with animals ever since you're a little childlike was this, something that was given to your spirit, when you were born from as early as I can remember as I'm going to be talking about in there? My mom with an animal advocate learned early from her to get off the sidelines. It's not enough to love animals. You've got to do something to help them. So as early back as I can remember I've been. Doing animal protection work. I had chills. 'cause you're so. Right animals are completely voiceless. I know we've heard this. It's almost a cliche now that is really true. We when we have information as humans, we need to protect them, which removing off to that a little bit. Absolutely. They need us say our voice voices. We are their voice, and we are an army of people who care about animals, so, again, you great to love them. But we've got to do something more. We have got to help them. They are there. They are dependent on us. Right. And another thing some people are undercover investigators. Some people are rescuers. Some people thought your and we each can find our own lane, right? Could you talk about how every person could do something every person who works in protects for animals.

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"hfs" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"hfs" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"The level of his insecurity, in the gre-, which drives them, selves, crazy with sort of on display, you know, but, but, and then I you could see the I could see the work. He was doing in psycho psychosis. It was good. I thought, hey Tom, fifty seven Virginia. Is. I used to listen to you on HFS. In Washington, right? Yeah. It's good to have you back on the air in a different format. Thank you. About the Kito diet. I, I've been on it for like eight months, but I'm wondering, do I need to supplement or can I get by without taking magnesium or potassium, or what is your protein source? Lot of Lamport and beef any fine there. If you read the of Sean Baker, he eats, only it's all eats all day long and all night. And he's been doing it for years and is now a performance athlete. And he stays fifty five like you. I have loosened is podcast. Now. Are you still on the carnivore? I I'm not a moron, sort of just a no starch. No grain kind of thing like more more Vinnie type thing. Yeah. Don't come. I hear on as ES about your trials and tribulations trying to even be an as N G lie. My biggest decision making comes every morning when I leave the house, which is I was literally on the phone with Olga this morning. And I said, I got a huge pot arrive yoli's nobody hears going to eat them. I paid for the raviolis don't wanna throw them away. And I don't like throwing away food anyway. But the good news is I have these guys at my shop, but I have to talk to all try to coordinate. Like, are you going to try to get these kids Ravanelli tonight? Or should I just take it all in distribute it to the guys at the shop, and the perfectly good cheese raviolis that the kids could enjoy if in fact, but I have to coordinate with Olga deceive she'll be able to feed it to them on the screen for sign this morning. And she's like, I don't think sunny and I just went. Did you fucking get wreath around how about that fucking phone right now? Just tell tell them to do. How about that? I don't think the Talia. What is it? Spaghetti oregon. Tony, what are we talking about, like it's fucking pasta is filled with cheese in butter. Just tell them to eat it sonny's not going to want to just tell them just tell them to do it all take it all over to shine at the other shop. I did with the sacks of rice the other day. Let me tell you some interesting about the key to thing for me. I, I was sort of liberalizing a little bit for a few weeks. I was like eating catch up things are sugar and I was very eating more cheese. Just not paying doing his tightly and, and I noticed I there was like a little momentum with, like I was like craving stuff I was hungry more. And then yesterday, freaking buried my head in a box of donuts and just. Because I was like, oh my God. And then I thought I could eat one of these matter. I thought, oh my God. I'm all the way in come all the way back and, and then for two days, switch to a hardcore carnivore, and it all went away all what all those cravings and all that momentum around carbohydrates crude drew. This is mentally feel bad or like did you crash all for meeting? I didn't do it. I didn't eat them, but thinking my thinking is okay. Hey, I don't headed. Smelling going hockey. And it's just. All the way in now going all the way down hill. It was just interesting. It's over. I say this Tom Andrew. Yeah. I tried it stick staying the lane here as well. But I have catch up, and I got like the sugarless catch up from the whole foods and it tastes. Good. And it's fine. And I like when I'm eating meat loaf. I like a little kid. Is that we have to go that hard? No. You don't. And that's the point I was liberalizing it, and I'd still plan to stay more liberal..

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Thousands of UK shops left empty as high street crisis deepens

FT News

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Thousands of UK shops left empty as high street crisis deepens

"High streets are in crisis. Struggling retailers are forced into bankruptcy and the property market has a huge excess space patriot Dunkin's discusses what has caused this. And if there is a remedy with Judith Evans, our property correspondent, and Jonathan Ely are Rita correspondent. So Jonathan Devon's is the latest in a string of retailers to fail as customers desert, the traditional high street shops have bad are things at Dem's. Pretty bad at debit and have been for some time. I think the customer offering has not really kept pace with fashion, and they have the problem common to many retailers wants owned by private equity groups in that they have an enormous store estate far too much space that's letter high rents and on very inflexible leases. So in some cases that tied in for twenty thirty years with no real prospect of reducing that commitments except by doing CVA process. Which is of course, what they have done. This is the company voluntary arrangement, which is basically managed liquidation in the sites is a form of insolvency. Yes. That basically imposes some losses on creditors. If seventy five percents or more of creditors votes in favour for its in reality. The critics who lose out tend to be landlords who have to accept reduce rents and store closures short notice and for the most part of the creditors gets off Scot free. Although interestingly in this case, Deb. Says also asked that local authorities in some cases, take a bath on the business rates that they receive are they likely to succeed in that. And how Representative is this of what is happening. More broadly on the highstreet. So I think very important points to make about CVS is whether they succeed or not depends on whether there's a restructuring plan on a business plan to go with it. It's no good just cutting your rental obligations and your costs for few years in the hope that that will save business. If you're products offering is not resonating with customers, and your sort of fashions tired and your stores are in the wrong place. CVA will not help you much. You have to have another plan on his for that reason. Many companies did see as ended up failing. Anyway, we'll withstood a sceviour, and then failed HFS did toys a roasted and you'll prediction on Dublin's. I think they will carry on for another perhaps year. Oh, two. I think I would give it fifty fifty whether they go into administration again. And if that does happen, then I think Mike Ashley will buy them out. It. Well, we'll hold that prediction. Mike Ashley echoes is slightly controversial founder of the sports direct retail chain and owner of Newcastle. United football club Judith, just to bring you in here as jumped in with saying, obviously, one of the big victims in this whole type of process is the landlord sector if you like the CVA structure that is used by retailers to restructure. Their leases can be pretty penal for the landlords of the landlords. Brought this upon themselves by being too greedy up to that. Well, that's one point of view, and I would say that landlords are rapidly discovering that they're in a new world. I'm they had previously been able to sign these leases which would loss for decades, which would include up would only rent reviews on which to some degree meant that they could just kind of sit back and watch the money roll in. They would do a credit check on the tenant, and then to some degree that was my work done. That's not the case anymore. And indeed this rush of CVS has really couldn't question the value of leases in the value of retail properties. Because suddenly you can't look to this income stream in. The future almost from any store, given the level of the evils of the moment. So I think there's a sense in the property industry that this current meltdown has quite a bit further to go. There are very few shopping centers trading at the moment, our record, low number of shopping centers, changing hands, and those that are changing hands off and actually as redevelopment opportunities to be demolished and transformed into housing. So I think there's a sense that we're quite far from that market bottoming out and even the landlord which owns some of the best shopping centers in the country listed groups like HAMAs on an into a kind of wrestling with what to do with their future trading at steep discounts to the book value of their assets. So it's not looking pretty we had the former chairman of amongst Spencer. Robert swan all telling us he thought he was even bleaker than your assessment here hero this. I think suggesting that the future. Yes. There is a future for the British tree. If you like, but that is going to have to be a total resetting of both rent. It's and rates to bring in Jonathan's pointed about cancels taking bath as well. And that this is going to be felt over the next year or two with a pretty steep decline in

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"hfs" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"hfs" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Agree. Tell us about this little baby we got here. We case Smalls his name was small. He was at best friends animal shelter the and K A in Los Angeles. And I went in. I actually went to meet another dog who was adorable but terrible with dogs. And I take my doggy everywhere. Yes, I need somebody who's even going to be good with pigs. This you just so so. So I said I went in. I looked through all the dogs. They were so cute. And I said I saw him. And I thought one I only one eye. Let's let everyone know he's got an eye. That's why I call him Winky. And I thought everybody would want the one eyed dog because they feel sorry for him sometimes like the three legged dog. So I thought he was so cute, but I know him and not ignored him. I pass by so much, actually. And I didn't know what to think. So I went to the front desk. And I said he's been here. The longest is great with other dogs, and they said, well, there's Smalls eight months. And he good with other dogs. Who is our tester dogs detest other dogs? You're like he's my baby. Add what we net, and it was kind of love if not at this side at first. And he as you see he's a dream come true. Oh, he's just he's. Yeah. I think he he can tell that people's the pig is around I love that. He he loves pickles. Well, thank you for bringing him tonight. Karen? So to see bless you and your work. Thank you so much. Thank Karen Donnie, love you. I love you guys to in the only other thing I have to say is go kitty block. Yes, go we interviewed kitty block a few minutes ago that the new president CEO of HFS US. Yep..

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"hfs" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hfs" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Though is how that should be done. And where is that agreement? And I think that's where the conversation needs to be the survey also showed support for more diversity among school principals and for higher pay for special education, teachers, whether it's the special education problem that we're having or the the growing teacher shortage crisis. I think that the public is understanding this problem in is asking that our elected leaders take action to try to solve it. That was Corey Rosalie HFS TA director and. I'm going to continue. I just wanted to identify who that was with a statement was the survey also showed seventy five percent saying it's necessary to have a college diploma to be successful. Just over half say parents should get to choose the public school of their choice stopped there for a moment. Could you imagine if that took place? Could you imagine? If there was no requirement of a d e. District exemption what would happen? Fifty seven almost six out of ten that tells me that six out of ten are not satisfied or happy with their school. That means at sixty percent would say, I I wanna take them to another school extensively. What you're saying? Is that particular school that my child is going to I'd like the option to go. Elsewhere. And so if that sixty percent. Six out of ten parents feel that way. That means only four out.

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"hfs" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"hfs" Discussed on KGO 810

"S S F. So it's the literary historical society. I'll HFS San Francisco SF dot org. That is that is it fully me. Okay. So what I want you to do is tell me some of. Oh, you know, what I I didn't get you. You have classes different classes going on there. And I see that you have family stories workshop in that for bloggers writers and family historians. So yeah, that are are sister organization. The crossroads Irish-American festival hosts and has for many years really excellent series of lectures, focused on the, you know, the Irish the Irish month March in one of their projects has been the collecting of oral history stories from elders in the community and this month, they will have some of those people come to speak about their personal background and stories about that stuff. All right. All right over there. Corned beef. Don't you can I tell you something part of why I like speaking with you is I cannot stand. The whole stereotype of Saint Patrick's Day with the green beer and people puking. It just makes me so upset because the Irish are so much more than that and bring so much more to society. And what have you? I I completely agree. Now that is not to say that you neither you nor. I are prudes. No, I've done my best to fulfill those those stereotypes over the years, God has seen fit to end by drinking career completely an for reasons known to me, but you know, in my day. I certainly enjoyed you know, a good a good drinking session. But what's interesting, especially you can see this in love San Francisco Irish history is that you really see? And really astonishing range of roles that you know, Irish-born and their offspring and descendants had played in this in this region. I mean, it really is a unique kind of a niche the Irish American story. So you know, stereotypes are good fun. But it's not obviously the whole story. And so, you know, you you wanna get a bigger picture, especially now that Ireland itself is so different. Is is is now a sort of a a note of one way to think of it as it's an Ireland itself is kind of a note of Silicon Valley. I mean, Google Facebook Amazon everybody is over all the tech companies are over in Ireland. And so, you know, the picture you have of of Ireland. If you think it's just striking is. I mean, that's obsolete. No, it's so sophisticated now in so many ways if you go there, the diversity is unbelievable. I believe I know. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's like seventeen percents foreign born now in Ireland. That's a lot. Yeah. That's a lot. And then by and large. I mean, there are obviously problems, but you know, by March at the picture, you get is of, you know, people getting on with their lives, regardless of whether they come from Nigeria or Polander, Lithuania. What's me about Ireland? Tony, and we'll get back to the history here in San Francisco, but since we're on this topic. Now, let's continue. What's interesting to me about Ireland's is like you say when the first time I went there twenty five years ago, there were no I saw one person of color, and he was adopted. That's it one person of color, you go down the streets now of Dublin, and you could be in San Francisco, you could be in New York. You could be in London. It's at that diverse. Yes. Yeah. And did well in you, you know, that extends to the top of the the top of the heat the current not shocking. The prime minister is is a as we say a gentleman of care of color. His father's for the doctor from India, and he is in a committed relationship with his partner, and these, you know, by all accounts are very successful leader of the country. It's interesting very difficult passage, right. They're dealing with Brexit. And and what I want to get to Brexit moment. But it's interesting because my cousins, you know, my mom's from Ireland, and my cousins, I've million cousins over there first, and they say to me that. Yes. So it's very interesting that they can have an Asian Indian head of the country who also happens to be gay totally. I mean, that's beyond the pale the amount being that that's not the right word that is beyond any expectations of people like growing up my mother's generation in terms of ever thinking that would exist in their country. However, he also says just because he is all those things doesn't mean that he is so liberal like we have issues with him. Unlike any politician, and I right. That's how it should be. Right. Just people are. So he doesn't get a pass on his policies. Just because he he fits these categories. Feel good about ourselves still gotta do a good job, which is totally appropriate. So here's what's interesting to me. And I I wonder if you can address this. It sounds like you can I have Irish citizenship because my mom is from Ireland. I have the passport you can get that automatically. But I think do you know, like if I didn't get my passport would I still have citizenship. And would my kids have citizenship. Your kids. So it goes to three I'm not an expert, but it goes to three generation the third generation. So, unfortunately, I'm out of the picture to you know, they're probably safe not having me over there. That is an but your kids, it's not automatic. I understand that you you do have to apply, but that it's fairly, you know, routine getting it if you're a child or a grandchild of of an emigrant. Well, what's interesting to me now about Ireland is it was such the? It just was people for centuries looked down upon. I mean, it wasn't the place to go. It was you know, by the British. It was you know, how they were treated. And now it's interesting to me, of course, in the last twenty five years, it's been amazing what's happening there. But what is so fascinating to me is how many people want Irish citizenship. And now with Brexit where they may England may no longer be the UK may no longer be a part of the European Union. I don't know what the heck's going on Brexit have their own issues with that. But if that continues to move forward, there are people clamoring in the UK for their Irish citizenship going back to their parents, and grandparents it's fascinating. It is. And it seems to be a trend, and it doesn't sort of solve the problem of what to do about the the borders because north are they gonna put fences up and put, you know, soldiers with guns back on the on all these little country roads cross happened across the border. But you know, it's encouraging that there's so much sentiment in in the north and in in the in England itself, you know, to to get that Irish passport. And you know, what does that say about what people think about Ireland these days? I mean, it's I mean it's troubling to be in the middle of it. But it's also to me seems like a very positive encouraging trend, you know, Tyron in some ways, it's ironic because there's a time when nobody would they wouldn't want that let's get away from Ireland Ireland's are bastard child. Not that I think any child Tabasco all kids. But you know, now, everybody's like. Oh, yeah. Yeah. No. I'm Irish no, I Mayer, take no. Dentist with that. Once upon a time. Yeah. It's got a coq isn't it? Well, I wanted to identify with it. You did. I'm just talking about certain parts of the world. And you know, Great Britain. That's the last thing you wanted to do. That's interesting. If you survey all these great, you know, rock band came in the seventies and eighties out of like, Manchester. I mean, all these people were like, they're Irish Brits. You know, why George the Sex Pistols away SIS? See? With your musical knowledge. That was good that was impressive through that. And I wasn't expecting that. Tony of speaking with Tony Bucher. He's the president of the Irish literary historical society, they have meetings every Sunday from at the United Irish cultural center, and that is on in the sunset at forty Fifth Avenue and the name of the street slowed over. Yeah. Slope boulevard, I've been there. I've been there a number of times, I've just forgot the name, and they have really cool speakers every Sunday at five.

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"hfs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"hfs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Been committed to caring for nearly thirty years because Kerry is what good people do continuing the work of the Brooklyn. Ladies elder plan. Caring in so many ways. Call one eight six six seven seven nine five seven one eight. This is Jared Allen Brooklyn. We go hard you Woody of the last isolated outcomes rolling in the way of. The Jackson beaten driving sticks to the corner. Three. Stowaway by lavar contested at the other end to slam and that is the excavation Brooklyn. Nets basketball. He's presented by Barclays and brought to you by Honda official automotive partner of Barclay center in the Brooklyn nets TicketMaster. Gyco. Miller lite imperial Dade west elm food. In HFS Modell's and by Barclays, a proud sponsor of the Brooklyn nets. Chris Carino attend caps. Drawback with you here at Barclays center in Brooklyn. On this Martin Luther King junior day holiday a federal holiday throughout the country. A reminder over works have a great Martin Luther King junior of the nets and the NBA always honor his legacy by playing these games throughout the day early become. A day that is synonymous with the NBA playing throughout the day. Great tribute to the words. Martin Luther King junior by playing on this day. You kind of draw attention to people talk about it. People read about it. They say things about it so much, of course. Your son by the great Martin Luther King junior back need to be reminding people about John about an each player warm of jersey today. Jersey me all the coaches said I have a dream on it. It's a beautiful beautiful basketball debut disappear day in one of my favorite things. He always said is at the the only question that you need to ask yourself. What have I done for others? That's a message amongst all the other things and right now, let's hear from the next team in that same vein. Here's davis. Life with Dr Martin Luther King. I want to thank people for coming out tonight. Here we appreciate also take care of. Thanks. Davis who recalled Clint Eastwood because he kind of why saunters around he's got that quiet demeanor. These actually very vocal with his enduring the game very vocal on the sideline. He's the guy. They sent out there to do the address the rest of the players were gathered around him his cabinet. We get ready for this one between the the king. Let's get your keys to the game. They're brought to you. By Honda depicted automotive partner of the Brooklyn on the kings off the fly up and down the court. Chris number two in case in the NBA. And they just go on they get the rebound and fly. So transition defense getting organized knowing who you got keeping FOX in front of the rim. Runs of Willie collie, Scott Stein. Vastly improved player that's got to get back and get control our buddy, he'll this play solid defense offensively kings our team to take chances defensively they're trying to steal the ball. One of the leaders in to force turnovers. That's gotta take care of the ball. All keep moving it. He playing with confidence and typically a full forty eight minutes of really good basketball team homecourt advantage. It's starting to feel like an ice homecourt advantage here. Now. Russell Harris, Allen, Graham and root for the nets. Jared FOX buddy field Willie Cauley Stein pneumonia, elite, sir. And Iman Shumpert starters for the Sacramento Kings kings, twenty four and two twenty two. Ten and twelve on the road this year. Near thirty two ways a year ago, much like the nets you wants eighteenth year ago and now already have one twenty four. The officials creek tonight's game. John Goble, Ron garrison. Derek Richardson Sacramento wearing. Throwback style. How old are blue where the nets where the dark gray? That's when the tip underway here at Barclay center. On this Martin Luther King day holiday the ngelo Russell up top for Jared. Allen Allen, hands to Harris, circling left to the foul line left. It. Elaine scoop in the corner. Russell fires three. It's no good too strong. But a weak side rebound trae beyond grant back it out Harris, try to retake ram deflected. Back to hear moves it up top for KU, seventy shoot, the rookie taking it all. Scoops it up the window it in great speed yet matchup with Cauley Stein. Who is slow when he was able to get by on the Manja the elite hands up top Aaron FOX, the arid FOX v ticket last year strapped out of Kentucky, right side, healed a three and it's good for buddy healed is one of the best in the game. From behind the arc Cutie forty six percent and Jerry van Graham matchup with him ran into some screens is going to get a lot of screens. Russell finds Alex spinning inside not blue strike Cauley Stein picked up by the kings. They go, right. The court Shumpert straight on three is no good rebound by ala. King score one hundred fourteen game six in the league third-best three point shooting team in the NBA Russell out of the right side of grand three to kings head forty goal. The first Russell curling let down the lane nightfall fake. And it's scoops it up and in the past fake freedom on globetrotter move right there. Metalwork freezing the defense FOX from the elbow. Naps down. The jumper de Aron, FOX who shoots. Forty seven percent from the floor. Thirty seven percent per behind. The are five four kings ten nineteen to go on the first Russell out of the right side. All of the base baseline back it out where Harris had a run it down near the midcourt line. Drives it down the lane all the way through traffic to the remedy lays it up in next doing a good job of getting all three of their hoops right at the rim to start this game. Now, it's buddy he'll back at outlet side, delete curry that's won't fall rebounded by cowrote. And you gotta stay attached. To him auto dangerous is it's pushing it a euro eurostepped through with a reverse won't fall elites there with the rebound. Elites shooting forty two percent behind the art this year. Box. Stop upper. No, good rebound by Alan. Again. This is a windshield. Wiper gain is things are gonna go up and down. I'm watching tennis. Opt-out Russell sponsored fos right past them Fallas called against the kings. It's on the air and FOX. Nets based on the floor helping them early here..

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"hfs" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hfs" Discussed on KOMO

"Dead after fight on McNeil island. The department of social and health services says sixty three old Jerry Spicer got into some sort of argument with Gregg coli in the cafeteria of the civil commitment center. Wednesday night Spicer fell hit his head died. The next day. This HFS spokesman, Chris right troll was notified. They came out to the island determined. There's enough evidence to arrest thirty nine year old Gregory coli who's been booked into the peers Kennydale viceroy had served his time for child molestation, but was found to be a sexually violent predator had been committed to McNeil island since two thousand five. Komo news. Time is eight ten and at the Harley exterior sports desk. It's the dogs in cougs in men's basketball Saturday night. Komo's Bill Swartz with a preview in talkin dogs nine wins and four losses for husky coach Mike Hopkins squad in a challenging non-conference basketball. Schedule to try to do with the CW was trying to say we tried to upgrade our schedule played a mammoth, cave know, you play at Auburn and you come back play San Diego. Minnesota. We lost a last second shock Zaka. We lost on a last second shot. Now comes the Pac twelve battles beginning Saturday night at home against rival Washington state. It's a cougar team with a seven six record. But plenty of firepower to be dangerous this team. Obviously, the teams shoot a lot of threes changes. Our defense a little bit CJ shooting the ball exceptionally. We'll have been a great freshman Carter Skaggs Ahmad Ali. They've they've really really picked up the pace. Six nine senior, Robert Franks and freshman guard C J L CJ B from Seattle's Cleveland high are key men for zoo..

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NHS warns ‘no deal’ Brexit could lead to hospital drug shortages and spread of disease

Today

01:16 min | 3 years ago

NHS warns ‘no deal’ Brexit could lead to hospital drug shortages and spread of disease

"Ehich has hospitals and ambulance services, in England say they've been left to their own devices to plan for no deal. Brexit because of a lack of coordination by health Service executives and ministers in a letter seen by BBC. News the group representing more than two hundred trusts warns that drug supplies could run out in the event of a. Chaotic departure, from the EU our political correspondent Chris Mason reports this. Private letter, were sent last Friday to senior NHS manages the health secretary Matt Hancock in the Brexit. Secretary Dominic Robb also received copies a letter written by the chief executive of HFS providers Chris Hopson says preparations for what it calls a no deal. Situation or a hard Brexit have, been hampered, by the lack of visible and appropriate communication claims there's been. Radio silence from. An HSA. England and without national planning and coordination that could. Be both stockpiles and shortages of medicines and medical devices the department of health declined to comment and HSEN garland and NHS Improvement said they were working with. The government which took the lead on contingency planning, for, different scenarios

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O’Ban urges governor to stop release of three convicted sex offenders

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

O’Ban urges governor to stop release of three convicted sex offenders

"Appears county Senator is asking the governor not to allow the release of, three violent sex offenders into his community Senator Steve Oban a, letter to Governor Inslee with concerns over department of social and, health services plan to release three level three. Sex offenders some these special commitment center on McNeil island into nearby Lakewood problem. Up HFS really dumping Brinkley disproportionate share of, individuals, serious criminal histories in Pierce county so. Number one really should be going back to their, county over and number two he, says, such, violent offenders should stay in. Secure facilities not be released into independent adult homes. All three of committed violent, acts including child, rape and murder Oban has not heard back from the governor

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Professor, Victoria Gill and Benedict Cumberbatch discussed on Today

Today

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Professor, Victoria Gill and Benedict Cumberbatch discussed on Today

"The second report from law darcy and lord pro they've already called for significant funding increase for the hfs nar they argue that means testing of social care should be abolished for those with substantial needs this would add ten billion pounds to the annual cost of social care in england which the authors say should be funded by national insurance increases they also call for radical streamlining the nhl in england scrapping some of the controversial conservative reforms in twenty twelve the reports published as talks involving the treasury continue over longterm nhs funding strategy the health and social care secretary jeremy hunt says negotiations have been difficult and our ongoing but it's possible the plan could be unveiled as early as next week a man has been charged with soliciting murder over letters calling for a national punish muslim day david panama city five and from lincoln will appear before magistrates in london later this morning mcdonald's is to replace plastic straws in all its restaurants in the uk and ireland with paper alternatives from september the chain uses about one point eight million stores a day in the uk environment secretary michael go said in april that the provision of plastic straws would be banned by the end of the year a memorial service is to be held at westminster abbey at lunchtime to remember the life of the renowned theoretical physicist professor at stephen hawking they'll be an address by the astronomer royal martin reese and a reading by the actor benedict cumberbatch science correspondent victoria gill reports professor hooking family and friends from the world of science politics film and television will gather at noon to remember one of the world's most famous scientists as professor workings ashes are interred his equally famous synthesized voice will.

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Certain common medications tied to 30% higher dementia risk, study finds

Today

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Certain common medications tied to 30% higher dementia risk, study finds

"System is the most efficient way to run the hfs with an insurance model likely to be more costly the government's decision to leave the customs union after brexit will be debated by mp's today there'll be no binding vote but the debate could increase pressure on theresa may if some conservative mp's join labor and the snp invoicing opposition to the plans a study has linked widely used medications including for depression and bladder conditions with an increased risk of dementia but experts have warned the findings published in the british medical journal should be treated with caution is our health correspondent james gallagher well the study found is clear but what it means is more hotly debated issued people with dementia were more likely to have taken anti cholinergic drugs which acts on the nervous system years before they were diagnosed the link was found when the drugs were used in depression and bladder conditions but not in hay fever the researchers at the university of east anglia concluded doctors should be more careful about prescribing these drugs.

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