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"jack russell" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The tough situations around the world right now we'd like to offer a diversion Some joy moments What we call goodness In this first story a tiny Jack Russell wins a presidential medal in Ukraine The little dog is named patron like But it actually means ammo in Ukrainian The mighty Jack Russell has helped sweep 200 explosive devices in Ukraine And he's just received a presidential medal from president zelensky His handlers with the civil protection service He accepted on the pooches behalf as patron snoozed at the press conference patron has become well-known since Russia attacked Ukraine He's appeared in dozens of stories across dozens of news networks His Instagram boasts 220,000 followers His human says as a Jack Russell terrier with a powerful snout endless energy and smaller appetite it makes him ideal for mine sweeping This is his second career before the war he served as a loyal friend to a little boy Both worthy causes Now when it comes to hackers you may think nefarious But there are even more hackers for goodness These hackers work behind the scenes in between the scenes and even out front of the scenes all to protect you Whenever you look at legitimate what we call white hat hackers we are the structural engineers of IT We are the ones that are finding where things break so that they can be fixed John strands black hills information security Hackers have titles like penetration tester red team operative security evangelist hacker ray Davidson is an engineer by trade When you try to alter a system it's not usually about getting to do something naughty It's just about getting it to do something unexpected He leads the Michigan civilian cybersecurity They help other states will employ similar teams to test and build stronger infrastructures and you play a huge role at home Don't click You know I can't put that on the radio but that's probably the biggest thing And you can access training on a sliding scale pay what you can visit anti siphon training dot com The main thing is to get people doing something that requires them to understand the principles underlying the system so that they are more empowered in their life If we can do that through cybersecurity awesome Back to Ukraine now and the winners of the Eurovision Song Contest in Italy The groups called.

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Crosby's late goal lifts Penguins over Blue Jackets 3-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Crosby's late goal lifts Penguins over Blue Jackets 3-2

"The penguins pulled out a three two win at Columbus on Sidney Crosby's goal with two fourteen remaining Evgeni Malkin added a goal and an assist as Pittsburgh won its second straight since a three game skid Chad Ruhwedel also scored Bryan rust added to assess Casey DeSmith stopped thirty two shots to improve to three and against Columbus first line power play really dangerous offensively I think when we play our best defensively I think that's when you know we're really tough to beat Oliver Bjorkstrand a Jack Russell mix scored for Columbus and Elvis Presley can stopped thirty seven shots as the blue jackets lost her second straight the outcome gives the pencil three point lead over the Rangers for second place in the metropolitan division I'm the ferry

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:13 min | 8 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Jack Russell This is anything is possible We're talking to John ricotta and in 2018 he was named michiganian of the year that Detroit news John 2008 2012 he helped raise a lot of money from Mitt Romney in a presidential campaigns what did you learn in that endeavor I learned that politics is a blood sport And that you have to have a really really thick skin in order to participate That's number one Number two I learned that the truth doesn't always come out that our society today has become so polarized that we're willing to win at any cost where the means justifies the end And then the third thing I realized is how important money is to a campaign that without sufficient resources you can't get your message out And so we didn't win in 2008 or in 2012 because but I gained a tremendous amount of experience on how politics really work and the role that I wanted to play going forward Okay let's go to 2016 You get a call from Donald Trump And I'm going to run for president John and I'm going to win And I need your help That was your first one on one with them You have had a series of them one on ones What's the man like Well I think there's two Donald Trump there's the Donald Trump that I met The Donald Trump that asked me to serve as ambassador the Donald Trump that supported my mission in the UAE and I couldn't give them higher marks than what he was able to do for me He supported me We had debates about the direction that we were going to go with He was one of the best listeners that I've ever come across asked provocative a penetrating questions and actually listens to advice I was very very surprised by all of that And I think as a result of that we were able to accomplish a lot in terms of the more than I guess three years that I had known I was going to become the ambassador and then 18 months that I was the ambassador and he was a terrific boss You know as far as everything else is concerned you know every person will have to judge him accordingly both his public and his private persona but his private persona with me was a plus I quote you now Jack I spent 800 days in purgatory from the time he first said would you like to be ambassador to the day the Senate voted on you 2.2 years Mister raco why so long Well the process that our government has to get a confirmation by the Senate requires 14 distinct steps a couple of them are all of the background checks that they do to make sure that there isn't something in your closet that would prevent you from representing the United States and the highest manner Then there's the security clearance that you need to undergo and that's even more intrusive and intensive to make sure that you'll keep the secrets of our country forever And then you've got to go to the foreign government that you're going to and ask for their permission And then once all that's done and that usually takes 6 to 8 months you then start to go through the process of the Senate foreign relations committee And as you can see even today there's a process that's fraught with political intrigue horse trading and a settling political scores notwithstanding all of the research that they do to make sure that everything that the administration reported about you is true And we got stuck myself and others in this battle Royale that went on between the Democrats and the Republicans not allowing very many ambassadors go out to post And I unfortunately president Biden today is suffering from that also The last I read there was 50 posts around the world that did not happen ambassador All right you were the first political ambassador to the United Arab Emirates and you were actually confirmed by the Senate on September 17th 2019 63 to 30 So you get over you and Terry get over to the United Arab Emirates Tell us about that country that partner Well there had been a tier one strategic partner in the United States for a very long period of time We enjoy a large trade surplus with them over 20 billion a year They are totally aligned with us in terms of our foreign policy and our military excursions have supported us in Afghanistan Syria and other countries And love the United States of America many if not most of their top officials have been educated in the United States They speak perfect English they are a society that is striving and reaching toward modernity today And really want to continue to be United States is best friend However there are some stress points when I got out there one of them was the Muslim Brotherhood And the difference in opinion is to what the Muslim Brotherhood actually stood for Was it a political organization Was it a terrorism organization And then there was the JCPOA which is the Iran nuclear deal that they were 100% against And those two issues started to drive some cracks in our otherwise excellent relationship So I basically termed the fact that we were had a stagnant relationship with them and then you can lay on top of that expo which is the world's fair that the United States was not going to participate in for funding reasons Congress had determined that they weren't going to fund the State Department's efforts and business no longer wanted to either and so my job to tell the emirati that we weren't going to show up And that would have been equivalent of the United States not showing up for one of the Olympic Games So it was a well a warm welcome They wanted a political ambassador which has closer ties to the administration than career ambassadors to and so I spent the first 60 days going around and meeting with all 30 of their top cabinet officials to get a good sense of where our relationships stood and had had a very good understanding before I came back at Christmas of 2019 to report to the National Security Council just exactly where we were All right when we were together a few weeks ago you showed me a picture of Dubai in 1971 It was the largest sandbox in the world There was nothing.

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"jack russell" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:27 min | 9 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"You I'm Jack Russell This is anything as possible and we're talking to the mayor of Midland Michigan The First Lady to hold this office for the last 12 years Maureen dunker More in welcoming honor to heavier Thank you I was honored to be invited today Can we start by talking about your childhood and your mom and your dad please Sure Well I grew up in villain primarily I was actually born in this little town called fisherville in south side of England on a farm So I have a farm girl My parents I'm one of 6 I'm the second of 6 And you know I think I learned a lot from my parents They were hard workers My mom was a nurse My dad farmed and worked for Dow He was actually the only farmer in the egg department get down So you know I grew up hoeing beans with the migrants It's on our farm and I think that I guess we learned a lot from my mom and dad I think the importance of hard work the importance of giving back to the community the importance of faith in my life and their life And you know just feeling grateful But for some of the main things I learned from them What's the first thing you remember about working on the farm Well it was sometimes it was really hard It was hard I would say that but it was fun because you were always doing it with someone else So I think the first thing on the farm was when we were little my dad would be working and he'd be out in the tractor and my sister and I would be about four years old and we would take lunch out to my dad And he would sit there on the tractor and then he'd put us on his lap and drive us back to the house I think that's one of my favorite memories of that but it was something that we were always doing with someone else So I was with my siblings or my cousins or neighbor kids they would all go out to the farm and it was kind of a fun thing to do As you started your college career you were going to major in nursing Some would say you're a nursing today But then you change to sociology and law enforcement How and why Well I think I wanted to be in the because my mother was always I felt that was a way to get there I realized that it was not my strong suit But for me the concept of doing something that impacts other people's lives was really very important to me And so that's why I just I was taking collective classes in sociology and I found that I really liked it I learned a lot about people in general from that And I just felt it was a way that I could be engaged into something meaningful in my career All right You graduated from northern Michigan university and then speaking of career one of the first things you did was you went to work for a bank the bank in Midland chemical bank Talk about that 5 year chapter Well that was really a great 5 years in my life So first of all you know I graduated from college I was poor I needed a job I really felt that I had to go and get more education but I needed to save some money to do that So I worked at chemical bank and I think what I learned from that was an appreciation for my mom and dad Because sometimes you know when you're in your teens early 20s you kind of thinking you know everything And what I realized was so much of what my parents taught me or things that carried over into my into my work environment And I finally felt like I was getting it to be honest with you Speaking of learning things there was a mister at the bank Yes Kind of took you under his wing Tell us about a great man mister ah What an amazing amazing man He expected a lot from you from employees And he lets you know that which was great And you know you knew he wanted to please him I think you really wanted to work for Harvard and he recognized that in people So when I was at the bank for the 5 years that I was there you know he moved me from the teller line to the loan department And then in the loan department from there he put me in what was called personnel at that time And that's what really changed me I think was being in the personnel or what now we call human resources And that was a great opportunity to learn And I think he had high expectations but he also rewarded you for doing things well And so I certainly appreciated that in him And I also saw one of the things he expected of all of us was to give back to our communities And so we would be out there volunteering in the community And I think that that really encouraged my community engagement He was a wonderful man and I learned a lot from him And he's done a lot in Midland Michigan For sure All right speaking of personnel HR.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:42 min | 9 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Jack Russell this is anything as possible when we're talking to Swami cotti giri who are genuinely forth 2021 became the CEO The new Frank stronach of mag international One of the first things you had to address was this ongoing COVID how did Magna handle that You were in charge of that when it first hit almost two years ago Please Yes my predecessor Don walker who is also a friend and a mentor in 2020 I was having the role of the president of magnate international at that point of time And the black swan of COVID hit us And true to our culture we got the senior leadership together and done was nice enough to ask me to lead that And as I was leading through this it was just a lot of credit goes to the senior management team We got together and said here is all the issues that we have What are the different work streams that we should look at whether it was shutting down plants in China building PPEs just not for our us but for the community around us how do we prepare for example the mass when we start reopening And when China came back online Europe was going down and what did we learn from China that we can apply so we can be more efficient more understanding of what the workforce was going through How do we keep them safe Most importantly but at the same time they communication to let them know how we are dealing with on everyday basis So they feel secure that they're being taken care of We as a company as an enterprise was working through it To me it was a great learning experience to see the spirit of magnet come together I couldn't have asked for anything It looks more with maybe when I look back at it But what I learned about people and the strength of the company I think there could have been no other way What are the long-term transformational issues brought on because of the COVID pandemic A few things I think it had its impact on the supply chain that we are seeing right now for sure As the industry came to a halt how we forecasted or how the semiconductor industry thought we were going to come back or how fast we were going to come back kind of led to the allocation issues and put us in a hole We are still catching up that is one thing Second part of it is just understanding the complexity of the supply chain and what should we do when something like a COVID disrupts us across the globe The third part of it is working from home or remote work versus being at work I think a shift in the mindset in many ways if you had asked me whether we could run it for a $1 billion company virtually to be very honest I would have said no But we know that's possible Is it efficient Maybe not But there are certain aspects of the work life that could be more efficiently done and done differently So there is a lot of societal there is a lot of industrial aspects I think that are emerging of what we have all gone through And I think some of the people miss the social interactions So I think there is a hybrid that's going to come out of this It remains to be seen how it looks and how efficient it will be So those are some of the things Jack that have come that come to my mind at a cursory look What are your priorities as we embark on 2022 I think we've laid out our strategy the long-term strategy I always like to put something on a piece of paper whether it's personal life or whether it's a company or everything you do Kind of helps you prioritize So what you do is it hitting one of the top priorities that you have From a magnet perspective people and the culture how do we keep and preserve what we have that is unique and that's the reason why we stand out From a product and a financial balance sheet perspective we are looking at how we take advantage of the transformative times So allocating accelerating capital on the mega trend alias whether it's electrification or adas or mobility as a service models Our DNA has been operational excellence So we continue to get to the next step You mentioned automation digitization industry four So that those are levers that will take us to the next step And how do we leverage what we have as a unique selling proposition we can design full vehicles We can provide a wide variety of large systems and we can contact vehicle manufacturer If there are new entrance new startups how can we help I think to sum it all up I think tagline says it all we say forward for all And the vision for us is advancing mobility for everyone and everything So that's the priority In 2018 the Trump administration renegotiated nafta They call it now USMCA how has that changed Magna if at all As you mentioned in your introduction we have a footprint globally and obviously we have a significant footprint in Mexico U.S. and Canada But I think over time it has taken a different name We were actively participating in the discussion even at that point of time both in the U.S. and on the Canadian side I think from an industry perspective pragmatism of what is needed to run the businesses prevailed It has maybe changed the terminology and the definitions a little bit We went through some time and tough discussions But I think overall the industry came together and beyond very pragmatic approach As our time winds down together this evening Swami what advice do you give to our young listeners Please Take the chance Don't be afraid I always use the.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:13 min | 9 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Jack Russell This is anything as possible And we're talking to the CEO of Magna international Swami Kota gehry Swami welcome and honor the heavier Oh thank you so much for having me I like the tagline that you have Everything is possible So it's true All right speaking of everything is possible you grew up in a little town in India Tell us about India and its 1.3 billion people In days that my heritage that's why I was born That's where I grew up and I am sure I carry a bit of the DNA that I'm able to bring for A lesion lot of heritage like everything in life there's always pros and cons I always look at what's positive and how we can take it forward and blessed to be born in a large family and we are all still very connected that makes it a huge support system for me Everything that I have I owe to my family my community and all the mentors and all the people who have helped me throughout my life Speaking of family I'm always impressed with the within the Indian community the family unit is very strong and also the importance of education very strong Why so My father was a Kim actually our family came from my group cultural roots My dad was one of the pioneers I would say who decided he wanted to expand his horizons and Brandon joined the Indian Army and he was there for 20 years And he retired from there and started working in a very well known industry in India associated cement companies This was part of the Tata family And he did that mainly because he felt he wanted his children to have the exposure to a wider section of talent culture and so on As you know India is a very has a lot of cultures that come together if you go to north India versus South India to the east and the west And we were actually in a colony What we mean by that is an industry complex where people from all over India came So the languages where there was one place where we celebrated every festival you can think of whether it was Christmas or Ramadan or either nothing in festivals or the South Indian festivals So it was truly a multicultural mix And he felt it was necessary for the children to have that broad spectrum And part of it was the education like you said I grew up and went to a missionary school actually from first to tenth grade And I still have my classmates who are very much in touch with me You know there is a lot of competition like you said 1.3 billion people right And it's a growing economy Things change every day And education is one of that edge that you need to have And to be good at that with the competition that you have you really need to be good So I think for the family to get to the next step at least the way I grew up and I think it's largely true is how do we help each other as a system because I don't think it's possible for anybody to succeed on their own if you don't have that support system And I think that's inherent in the Indian community Speaking of education let's go back to January 1993 You come from India to still water Oklahoma to attend Oklahoma state university Why Why still water I was inspiring student looking for opportunities And you know whenever you need to make a quantum leap you have to take some risks And my way of doing that was trying to reach out to various professors and doctor Eric price who was the then dean of mechanical engineering department in Oklahoma state university reached out Our reply to me And he gave me an offer I couldn't refuse He said look if you come and do well in the first semester in the courses I ask you to take you know you have a good chance of getting his scholarship And that was an opportunity I couldn't let go And he was at that time I believe if my memory serves me right was on the tech advisory committee of sorts to the then president Bill Clinton And he was doing some really interesting work on materials and so on and so forth So it caught my fancy and there I was actually came to Dallas to care flight from Dallas to Oklahoma City and just to add some spice to life There was a ice storm at that point of time And the person was supposed to pick me up to take me from Oklahoma City to state water couldn't make it So I ended up spending a little bit of the money that I had in taking or sharing a taxi to get from Oklahoma City to still work I think you had a 140 bucks and you gave the taxicab driver a hundred so you were left with 40 bucks And almost 30 years later that two most knowledgeable and successful people in Michigan from Oklahoma state university are probably very Sanders and Swami kotagiri So you get that degree from Oklahoma state and you join General Motors in 1995 you were there for four years Tell us about that chapter of your life swan I came to Dayton to live with a friend at that point of time and obviously Detroit was the hub for the automotive industry and I started applying And I worked at General Motors through a contracting firm actually called lexell engineering And my background was mechanical engineering had a good foundation and mathematics And I had the opportunity to learn simulations in the automotive world they call it the finite element analysis So that's kind of how I started And you know I've got the opportunity to work in that field in General Motors and on the track platform That's how I ended up there And that was the start of my career And it was very kind of you to put me in the same pedestal as.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:52 min | 11 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"This is anything is possible I'm your host Jack Russell or janina Jacobs And since 1984 she's been director of music at a number of parishes in the city Do you need a how did you ever get your first gig as an organist in a Catholic parish Jacket is really a very interesting story As a child as I had mentioned that my mother and father were so instrumental in our upbringing that my mom she was more into music and arts And at a very young age she started well not just me but my brothers on instruments And I really wanted to start playing the piano at age three but they wouldn't give lessons to kids that young at that time So I notes out on the piano that we had I remember plucking out the tune to the rifleman I heard it and I started going to play it But finally by age 7 the music teacher would take me So I was able to have private lessons at my home from ages 7 to 14 And so by the time I was 14 I could play pretty much anything that I tried to concurrently during that time We also were part of what was known as the Detroit civic center theater where we went down for weekly rehearsals We had singing dancing acting And we put on plays all over the Detroit area We put on place at the Art Institute at four editorial at coba hall We took part in the parades in the summers we would do ten shows at different parks within the city and I was always acting as a kind of a child actor in musicals And I also had a couple of television gigs where I had to go on because I was a lead role in Snow White and go and sing a song on the captain jolly show So that was an early introduction to what was about to come Well by the time I was 16 we were first enter at saint Rita's church in Detroit And my oldest brother Michael who was just a joy just a loved life and enjoyed everything in it He had joined the choir And he said you know tweet my nickname was tweet as a kid and my brother still call me that and all the nieces and nephews call me that too He's just tweet you know you really should join the choir But I looked at him and I go why would I want to join the choir Well my brother was persuaded persuasive I joined the choir And it didn't take very long when the music director Richard studio unfortunately who recently just passed away here a few months ago He said you know janina you play you sing beautifully How would you like to learn the pipe organ Well I'm 16 Okay all right what the heck I'll learn the pipe organ So he started private lessons tutoring me in the fundamentals of pipe organ And then he said well you know while you're doing that you might as well learn the fundamentals of liturgy in the Catholic Church So I said okay I'll do it Well next thing you know I started to get hired by different people and him to play in the same masses at funerals and weddings and just regular church services And had the talent to do both which is a nice perk to be able to play and sing well And so from one thing led to another I started studying at different parishes And that eventually they asked me at saint Reed as if I would take the job And I did on a part time basis And I stayed there for 14 years After that I was at saint basil's point for 20 years and then now I'm at saint Jane Francis de chantel and Sterling Heights as well as San Francisco Italian church doing this as an Italian which I don't speak very well but I try hard And then and a whole host of churches That do call me to come and play and sing at funerals and weddings and other services So if you had asked me when I was 16 if 50 years later I would be still doing music in the church I probably have to chuckle and say no way But here I am you know life life does funny things to you and you end up doing things that you never expected that you would do We're talking to janina Jacobs if you want to learn more at WWW dot sj F perished dot org Through the centuries music has always played a key role in worshiping our heavenly father Why is that Well you've heard that music is the universal language The first time I saw that it was in elementary school I think our music teacher you know how you used to cut construction paper out and you make letters and you put it up on a display She put that up on the bulletin board And I don't know why I remember it but I do And I think that's the first part of why music is so important As a universal language every country in the world they all have their style of music They all have their special songs They all have songs that play a part in religion and worship and spirituality And of course the Catholic Church is no different than that And I know that I don't know if our listeners have ever dealt with dementia I'm sure they probably have or relatives or have worked in the area But it's kind of an interesting thing that there may be people who have dementia that might not remember anything They may not remember their family they may not remember their name But if you play a song or sing a song that they know they will sing it in most cases And it is the most interesting phenomena And I think that's because music from the time you're little And I know mothers a lot of times we'll sing music to their unborn babies They'll just sing And I have no doubt that's what my mother did to me because I just sort of innately always loved music and had an affinity for it And it touches people on so many levels And if you look at fundamentals of music musical notes are just really vibrations The whole universe runs on vibrations spiritual plain old those types of things And it will touch us in different ways Sometimes people ask me janina how in the world now I've done music at probably thousands of funerals And people ask how can you do that How do you maintain an upbeat personality or an upbeat mode when you're doing that you're in front of families that have lost somebody and it's heartbreaking in many cases How do you do that And my answer to that is that I know that what I do bringing my music to a church setting or funeral home or wherever it might be I look at it as an uplifting experience The Catholic Church celebrates resurrection It celebrates life We don't focus on death so much And I look at it and what I do as bringing people out of a very very tough situation even if only for the hour that we are in the mass And I try to play music I try to sing heartfelt music I do let it come from the heart and just for those who wonder how can thousands of funerals be special or memorable I have to tell you that every time I walk into a church to do a celebration of life it means something to me And I give it my all And I give it everything that I would want a musician to do for me in my time of need So I think music music is everywhere You can't go anywhere in today's world where you don't hear music It's an elevator so it's.

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"jack russell" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"jack russell" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"Dig that i. I want to check out that whole album. Yeah i'm i'm i'm gonna that's one i'm probably gonna order like it. Turn and everyone on all kinds of good stuff. this week. I got another one for you. I don't know if you've ever heard of this. This is a band called hammered down hard. I have heard of you have heard about this okay. That's right. I was gonna say lonnie hammer pretty well known drummer. He played with Black oak arkansas. And every mother's nightmare and jack russell's great white.

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Hours after Dubois trade, Blue Jackets beat Lightning 5-2

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Hours after Dubois trade, Blue Jackets beat Lightning 5-2

"Elvis Presley can stop thirty shots for the blue jackets scored three times in the first period of their win over the lightning five two Nick Foligno Mikhail Grigorenko and Vladyslav gabber cop provided first period goals with Felino beating Andre vest Wesche seventy seconds after lightning defenseman Victor Hedman opened the scoring early in the contest I don't remember fully when I saw an opening a player at my wheel house and finance it's much just put on that saccharin skin Eric Robinson added third period goals to help Columbus Securus what are the two game set the jackets played hours after sending disgruntled center Pierre Luc dubois to the jets for forward Patrick lining a Jack Russell that I. D. very

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"jack russell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"jack russell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The new 23 quarters of the old for, like 23 days and then 50 50. But every dog is different because being that they've been fed something for too long. That name wouldn't be like, okay, not necessarily neutral source, but If you're feeding a chicken pride to switching over, you know they've been on chicken for a long time. So that's hard for their systems, so that due to start getting a little bit sloppy, you know I live. It's marsh slow down the rotation, but once they've had it, and it comes back in rotation, just open the bag and feed it all right, But I also would add our organic apple cider vinegar. So you could mix it in with a little bit of canned pumpkin a little bit plane you over. I would also get a mano a digestive enzyme. Okay, what I need to see both of them that I would do in both. I don't want, you know, because it's so beneficial that don't wait for a dog to crash. Okay, you know, you know, help him along the way. So that's what I would do is I would do it to digestive enzyme. The organic apple cider vinegar. How many problems of your conquers They're 13 30 apiece. Okay, then you could build toe like little more than a teaspoon today. Okay, Okay. And then I would do that every day for about 23 weeks and then back off to like, maybe 23 times a week just to see how the dogs are doing okay? Because what that does is this. The cider vinegar? What the mother. That's what you want The organic that has that's been fermented, and that's really good for enzymes. And in you in the gut system, all right. Okay. Okay. So that's what that so you start doing that by rotating and then doing that that used the poop eater should be solved. All right. Thank you so much. Okay, kid. Goodbye. You have put Petey is not fun. And sometimes to some dogs need, um, like, uh, uh, animal essentials dot com has what's called a green alternatives. That's also good. It's all like natural, some LG's and grease and stuff like that. Some dogs need that. So he's gonna see what your dogs lacking. You know a toy with him. OK, who's up? We have Kathy and you two have been working together. But there's some new situations with her dog and her dogs wobbling. Oh, no. Okay. Hi, Kathy. How you doing? Hi, Katie. Thanks for taking my call days for calling. What's going on. Sorry about your goldfish, huh? He wasn't just a goldfish. She was a fan Tail. Dang Adaline. Yeah. 13 year old Jack Russell period that I sent you an email okay for weeks ago. And as rotating him into, um, the Northwest. Natural, please. Right. Get up. Yes, and he loved it. He was eating it. You know, both meals twice a day. And then last night, I put him outside before bed and Brought him in, and he kind of stumbled and he's holding his head to one side. And The night. You know, today, it's It's the same thing. It's just trying to walk and he stumbles his head still tilted. Yeah, that's called video. Oh, you have a crisis. Video path. Akhnoor Apathy is what and why It's called idiopathic because there's no reason it just comes on for just out of air. Ah, my brandy that happened to her one day she walked up from the barn. She was fine..

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"jack russell" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"jack russell" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Singing all the time. But it was a pretty common thing when I was growing up course that would been in the sixties and seventies. And then, um You know, things really started to change. And I'm trying to remember when things started to change or I guess things started to evolve. I would think it would be in the eighties really? Late seventies or eighties, Things started to evolve. And now I mean, certainly in the circles that I run in. I would be stunned. I mean, I would actually, I would be. I would be stunned. Guess is the word for word. If I read a party somewhere and somebody just casually throughout the inward It would not be cool this I can tell you now with the feet, people I hang around with them. Of course, that there obviously people still out because Something came up about somebody that we knew in North Carolina. This is within the last, you know. A few weeks about one of the Wanted. This is not. This is not people in my family. Somebody was just taught my wicked. My kids were talking about somebody that they friend of theirs and a friend of my family. That said they hated inwards. You know, just like right out of the blue. And my kids were just they were almost laughing because it was almost it was so absurd. And they're going Who says that and I'm going believed it out. There's still pockets these people around. And it really It starts to show your I Q. I think I mean, a blanket statement like, hey, get older and we're you know, I mean, it's just you can't get more stupid. Redneck low I Q than that. I don't think Now, some of you folks may be listening to the sugar. What's wrong with you? I'm just telling you rednecks, racist, redneck ankle races, anything. It's just not cool. Why don't we just stop this? You see? And I don't understand why that is even still a thing. But As I was telling my kids, I said Just like I told you. I said, You're not gonna believe this, but I'll just tell you a little story. One of Dad's stories When I was growing up, that was a pretty regular thing you heard from folks. I'm not proud of it. I mean, they didn't come from me, obviously, but I'm not proud that that's the time I lived in. But it was a pretty regular thing. And now you know that I've grown up and they have my own kids, and they've grown up and to go through this and you never heard that in my house, obviously, but they never heard that their friend's houses. And so When I hear people say we've gone nowhere in 50 years I'm going. Are you kidding me? Are you? Are you like kidding me right now? We have. We have moved light years from where we were 50 years ago. This I can tell you I've watched it myself. It's been unbelievable. And yes, they're still as I said. This little pocket of racism to pops up. But it's like this person is ridicule. Now this person is like Ah, pariah. You know this person you wouldn't have in polite company. This person's would say something you for most. You folks understand that I'm talking about you most. You white folks out there. What? Understand? Obviously, with the black folks, this would never be cool. Unless you know it's another black person using in the rap sling, which is really unbelievable, too, because I was listening to Some hip hop stuff. Over the weekend that some of the cousins were playing. And it was just casually inward. This n word that you know, But, you know, I'm saying I mean, I sound so white when I say it that way, But if I were to say it like they say it, then I would get thrown off the radio. But you know what I'm talking about, because they're black. It's okay to use the have and you're talking about my Biaggi. Um and I'm going well, here's the problem. Now here's the problem. Because We move from a bunch of people thinking that that was okay. To most people in polite company saying he gets that is not even close to being okay to being in a situation right now. We're its only okay if you're black. I think Whoa! Once once upon a time. Would look around when somebody would say this go. My gosh, I hope there's nobody black within earshot of this, and now it's the black folks saying it And I'm going Are we kidding ourselves here? It's just bizarre. I don't know how I got off on this whole thing. It's just one of those things. I was thinking about what I was. Um, on, you know, Thanksgiving holiday as it were. And having this person it was like Going back in time. Somebody was telling me that this, this woman says I hate all the inwards and I'm going What are we in frickin deliverance? Where did this coming? Who is this person? I don't even know they existed, but I guess they still do. And they see my kid's reaction to it, which was almost like it was a comedy. They're going This is not serious, and I'm going. She serious now we didn't hear this firsthand. We heard it secondhand from somebody and I was telling about it, then. And I said they weren't serious. I said, Oh, she was dead serious And they said, it's like, you know, we need to go to the zoo and see this person because I didn't even know these people were still around. It's like you know, like a Bigfoot spotting or something to my kids. They're going. What the head There's somebody actually says stuff like that. But then they hear it all the time from the black community. Well, they should need to go to Ohio. I That's all I hear up there really still. Oh, it's it's you would think it would be in the South, But in Ohio it is widespread. I mean, Can't get over. How many times I hear it up there? What is that? What is the deal? I don't get it. See, I associate that with people who have really no sense whatsoever. I mean, you know, I think people do they throw that out there, and it's like somebody that's like, you know Low I Q. Like what? I mean, like, toothless hillbillies. I'm going. Are there people actually using this word? I'm just throwing this around. Villa. But you are you one of them inward lovers. Urgent. Well, I love everybody to be quite honest with you, but not S. O I don't know that you can You hear that? The background the coyotes. They're going crazy. They're really Oh, yeah, that's real. It's real spooky. When they start doing that they still the art and then they and then they do that feeding thing where they jump on something like a pour beer or I don't know, Bobcat. Whatever the heck they're eating. I hate those things You love the county's don't I don't love them, but I like him. I mean, they don't bother me and they get rid of the vermin like mice and rats. Possums and things like that, huh? Well, maybe I'll start like I just I mean, it's just a scary thing. Very rarely. They'll attack a deer because dear can come back on him. Especially especially the bucks. Yeah, but they can. Oh, yeah, We were just talking about that over the Thanksgiving because we talk about Jack Russell terrorists who died several years ago. But he took on a big but one time and that dude impaled him and he was sailing through the evidence. I've never seen that before. I mean, he Jack ran at him and that but ran it him. And just grabbed him up by his Antlers. And just threw him about 30. Ft. He had a puncture wound sign. That's okay. If he doesn't you know, you put a coyote on it. Well, that's not so cute..

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"jack russell" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"Did you partner has to get in the way? The attacks. Who who murdered? Better. MOM Yeah Terry. Terry much good they they really did both did nice jobs, but I like terrier month murder better. I Love Terry one in general Terry wants to this. I have to see the episode again to Really Church it. Fair because it's been a while by side early. A complete murder, Hobo who doesn't feel bad about anything. It's kind of amazing. Because he's name is terrier, so he's really inspired by a terrier breed of dog, and he definitely has that personality as as an owner of a Jack Russell terrier cross. That is. TERI is my dog. His full of so much like it's not anger is just I want to ruin things I want to I have so much energy but I. mean this tiny Little Body Oh God can. Somebody turned my arms into little guns? PARABLE FAMER! That's mood for my dog. He's just like I am small, but I will fight and I wish I was bigger because I would fight. Even more. I have so much fighting power I just WANNA fight. He's he small. Now I'm just imagining. Bigger and with guns strapped to of his arm to two of his legs in pants and Panther. Chance has to with hands. It's a role. If, you get angry. You can, you can get like the little the one that looks like you've got like a Posted riding on the top, and it's the flop when they run into. I go up the road literally right now to the twenty four hour came on, and just grab that because they have the best clothes ever the Kmart. It's just well I love came on Kmart. Came, obviously not whatever America had, which was like these post-apocalyptic warehouses from what I've seen on the Internet cody Mafia. Came came. Here is fancy and live twenty four hour one and like that. It's pretty cool. You I'm always asleep. During those twenty four hours where I will be going to came up, but like I don't think I want see the people who go to Kmart at like three in the morning. Three in the morning. I can think of a friend. Let's move onto lights because I'm fairly certain that my stomach is being picked up biodiversity. Because my stomach is very audacious. Lowlights your. On snap evolution. It was cool. It is if all the evolutions will like that. I have a problem because we've with Saint Paul. Mon evolve normally to tug on with cool like even shorter magical girl evolution, but I was originally fine with just the be among evolving with..

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"Be combined with any other offer I'm Jack Russell this is anything is possible and we're talking to Reggie Turner consummate gentleman if I ever met but you're welcome a real honor to have proved to be here with you Jack you're doing a wonderful job with all of your work in our community thank you you like twice can we start by talking about two fabulous people your mom and your dad please yes my mother retired from the Detroit public library at age seventy three she was a lover of books and really inspired my love of books and and the same for my three siblings my two sisters and my brother we all grew up reading daily and it does continue to be a passion for all of us father was a Detroit police officer he worked his way up through the ranks and became deputy chief of police in Detroit then later became the public safety director in Cleveland Ohio and it is last job record castaway was is chief of police and crime commissioner what's the biggest thing you learned from mom and what's the biggest thing you learned from data breaches community service in what a course that the many service stems from my upbringing dean religious part of my upbringing going to church and believing in me they need to give it back to the community to treat everyone well to to try to heal the sick and and and try to solve problems people are trying to impact on the community larger than one's own personal roles and activities why did you decide to go into law well it's a nice story for me as I mentioned my dad is a police officer and I adore him looked up to him one day we were heading out to run in there and and we're putting our coats on and the best of our our house York Westray and I look for my father I said dad you know when I grow up I want to be a police officer just like you and he had a big smile on his face and he looked at me and he said some very very nice but I want you to be a lawyer like my friend Ellen's and just kind of stuck with me you graduate from tech you get a degree from all state and then you go to university of Michigan law school get it JD that day he had graduated from law school what did your mom and dad tell you they were very proud of me five of my my dad confided in me that when he didn't see marching in with the students at the law school graduation he was worried that I over slept and what he didn't know was that I'm I was marching in with the faculty and the dean of the law school separate from the rest of my classmates because I was giving a speech at a commencement or university of Michigan law school what was the basic message of that speech the primary message of that speech was that we had to use our lotteries are for the good of the legal profession and more importantly for the good of the community and that has been something that I've tried to balance over the course of time I truly enjoy my shoe in Joyce already complex legal problems for my clients but I also feel as though lawyers have an obligation to be stewards of the community and to ensure that all of the freedoms our constitution promises are available to everyone in our community and to ensure better we as lawyers to ensure that the rights of our fellow Americans are pursuant to the bill of rights and the entire constitution of our great United States we're talking Reggie Turner did you how did you get your first job in the practice of law well it was a student at the university of Michigan law school and I had to be privilege of being introduced to Dennis archer who was then the president of the state bar of Michigan came to visit the school from the team made arrangements for me and and some of the other leaders of the law school student Senate at the university of Michigan law school to meet with the president of the state bar of Michigan Dennis archer spoke to our small group and and very quiet and thoughtful tones about about what a lawyer does and the principles of our profession but I would have talked about gym course to continue to talk about on on on a daily weekly basis because orders over this is just powerful statement.

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Stocks Are Up But The Economy's Down

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Stocks Are Up But The Economy's Down

"There was a moment about a year and a half ago when there was this big disconnect between the stock market and the economy at that moment the economy was doing fine. It was doing really well but the stock market was tanking and to explain that disconnect. We called our old friend Josh Brown. He's the CEO of ritholtz wealth management where he advises clients on how to invest their money and his answer back then was so good that stacey and I have been thinking about ever since. Now I'm GonNa give you my favorite analogy so a woman is walked central park and she's got a dog. What's what's a very active kind of dog. Oh like a Jack Russell. Terrier some great. If you just looked at her what is she doing? She's taking normal steps. She's going in a straight line. She's walking upright at a at a moderate pace. Nothing terribly exciting. Then let your eyes pan down a little bit. Look at the dog. The dog is going crazy chasing birds. It's it's digging up clumps of mud. It's running trees. It's peeing all over the place. The dog is the stock market. The woman is the economy that's genius round. Yeah Josh's point is that the stock market and the economy usually end up in the same place. Just like the lady in her crazy dog but there are times when they do not act or look the same at all and today there is a different kind of disconnect between the stock market and the economy. Yeah I mean when the coronavirus pandemic started forcing the US economy to shut down in late February. The stock market tanked for the next month. By late March. It was down thirty four percent but then even though the economy has kept getting worse and worse the US stock market has started to recover it rebounded in a big way so that now it is only down thirteen percent from where it was in February before the recession started

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"jack russell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Here the bridge still what has been described as the most famous TV since my gosh are you serious also on a terrier and Frazier and Frasier I do love that dog that dog was given up for adoption like four times or something like that before we finally made it to Frazier who's given up a Jack Russell because they're so they're so nice Roddick they're very high thank order colleagues like I don't get a lot more yard really doing getting a border collie when you have no yard yeah yeah totally want one of those out you don't really you could not handle it no they're so small you need lazy dogs the lazy dog yes you do I guess they are yes they're very lazy and Macy's are you doing I'm happy she always crosses her paws now whenever she said she's always got her across her paws crossed over one another and so dainty that's when you give me another second to do without one one more so you know we are done with this one or is this a good time for us to okay Kevin says we will come back okay do this but then you have to say with that speed round is over with so a lot of folks out there listening right now probably self isolating working from home hanging out with kids who are no longer in school and just in general spending a lot more time in their homes and normal and with our world being so topsy turvy right now one thing you want to be able to count on is that your heating your plumbing and soon enough you're a C. are working the way they're supposed to exactly the last thing anyone wants to deal with his HVAC headaches right now but the good news is that if you do you have on your systems come down on you you know exactly who to call our friends at fastrack plumbing heating and air conditioning there is no one we trust more than fast track to assess whatever the problem is offer solutions that make sense.

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"jack russell" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eight nine nine nine also did you ever adopt a shelter dog tell me about your love a shelter dog I think would be a lovely thing to talk about dogs and puppies in the final moments of today's show Ahmed all the destruction what was that so right I said that a su said you chose purebreds I I mentioned that the first thing that we have to Jack Russells that's what the first things I said is that you know we've always considered a shelter dog but in our dog ownership we specifically like a certain type of Jack Russell terrier and that's what we've gone after and it was I I love to your heart warming stories of people listening that have adopted from the shelter so if you like the way and we'll see if we get any calls on this eight hundred eight zero one eight nine nine nine the nationwide number here on for that also are regarding a see regarding Alexandria Ocasio Cortez she's also raising eyebrows and and pissing off fellow Democrats because she's raking in Archie this is this pisses me off she's raking in just millions in donations but she's not donating anything she's not donating us send two other Democrats house campaigns for I guess the Democrats house campaign organization yeah she's building her own fundraising operation to bypass the official Democratic Party infrastructure yeah you'd be much of a team player yeah she's a rabble rouser and she's just a destructive destabilizing force I mean that's what she was all about that's that website content shock robot what was that guy's name the former campaign manager that had to resign because all it would be as a campaign finance issues and and shenanigans with money yeah so that looks so good I always see story and some I agree and then here's a an A. O. C. story that I I disagree with I I I I see the sewage screening a bunch of calls on dogs which is gonna be great I mean it's just been a jammed up we can deal with all this this news so it's going to take couple doll calls all on through a screening right now I'll get the calls here just a second I mention this early on in the show the Russians are being just completely aggressive and irresponsible actually reckless in the Arabian Sea the video which was released by the navy shows a U. S. naval destroyer being approached totally aggressively by this Russian ship and this was the US navy's fifth fleet in the Arabian Sea and it was just the the USS loses the ferret yeah US navy official says of the Farragut as part of the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier group and it just reckless endangerment on behalf of the Russians and they've done this in the past what the hell they doing I mean really not a scrap calls Mike is in Panama City Florida Mike you're on Schmidt welcome to the program icon I was gone yes Sir your if you go online and you type in a pure bred you can give the pure bred from a shelter because they have all kinds of pure bred shelters that's all that's a great point as well so if you're looking for a particular breed you just got to do a little bit searching in hunting and you can probably find so that's a great so I I don't think they should begin alter about the but I am I like it because of her tactic and I like the fact that they're using her own tactics against her that's a very good point that almost like she's getting a little taste of her own dog food her own medicine right correct you know because like if she doesn't like it and who should realize that's what she does other people I try to limit them and what they can say or do or what they can eat you now the service the taste aroma of some thanks fantastic thank you lose some of our freedom thanks for listening thanks for taking the time to call in might have a great weekend let's grab doll on the in Sheboygan hello dawn welcome to hsbcnet one three have the right to choose so she needs to have that right back some of the people instead of always trying to point that she's always right she is that but yet he has that right and so do other people will listen about Peter this is what they do the other an activist bomb throwing organization they always look for an angle to attack whomever that a lot of times it doesn't matter if it's somebody who would typically be may be aligned with their ideology in the mentality when ever Peter has the opportunity to self promote they do and in this case because a see if such a lightning rod and she's become so well known that she's become this your business political figure in this country you know they don't they don't care if of all to believe he's closer to them in alignment and others Peter just loves the attention they their attention **** and they they love to snag whatever attention they they possibly can yeah absolutely so don't do you have a shelter dog or do you have a a regular purebred don't what do you have now now we just got our I am fifty seven so you've got a mixed variety mocked yes we do we love it and what is your dog's consist of the you know what breeds part of your dog's DNA nine nine and no one knows what odds guided it looks like a back about law and and what's this dog's name diamond all end diamond is how don't say it again she had a big diamond honor chat well that's great and they have any do you have any idea how old I am and is diamond is about three years old now awesome don thanks for checking in I appreciate it all right thank you bye hi couple loosens up before we wrap things up the Clinton prole by I don't know if you picked up on this today what was it we have heard numerous stories and I've had very credible sourcing that there have been multiple F. B. I. agents and investigators the thought that Hillary Clinton as well as those surrounding her like home and the dean and others involved in the private server scandal and the corralling all the classified or secret department of state emails that were then sent privately over the Clinton server or cut and pasted all for the state department in front and that and on to the wide open internet a total violation and bridge and in fact you know I've had relatives in U. S. government service with high clearances many friends with high clearances and they said listen if they had done this from one one email then they would have been fired security clearance she gripped their careers would have been all over they might've been jailed and here we had a whole multitude of this crap with Hillary Clinton and the latest here and this is the right of from long crime that the US attorney who former US attorney Jeff sessions tasked with investigating Hillary Clinton and the Clinton foundation of the uranium one deal and the F. B. I.'s agreed to the use of private email that they have reportedly found nothing worth pursuing you believe it nothing worth pursuing hold.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"This is what I was talking about I want you back or what you back share lonely is the artist I just really no I saying Jackson five and you said yeah that's the one all right now it's saying it's so bad I couldn't recognize the song vocal performance minor thank you very much well we are on okay well we say hi to everybody Daniel fares are you Daniel I'm doing well you're all doing well yeah not just Daniel but a sweet sweet baby angel is with him what what will will Hey Daniel who do you have in the studio with you I brought my nine and a half year old Jack Russell terrier mix dot Twix months older year old a nine and a half year old year all this is I had a Jack Russell that with the eighteen so I was gonna say is that Dante very Jack Russells okay crazy who who yeah they are you know they're they're not they're not meet with a Jack Russells what Fraser's dad had it right and he was suggesting one of my friends he Haley this all takes on the personality of the owner your Jack Russell was mean yeah that makes total sense makes sense great are you going with this your name is all right I want to talk about the couple that use a potato gun to launch drugs into the present I love I love they're small I love it and I want to tell you about a guy in Georgia the called in to see work drunk and then it gets worse from there but first one tae about Tony's break in the line is where everyone in Lule takes their car truck or van to whatever is a problem let's face it it's miserable when you have a problem with your vehicle so when you get it fixed you want to fix right the first time that's what you get with Tony's break in alignment family owned business been a business and there's three generations they're going to treat your right your girl up on there so confident in their work when they work on your vehicle they're going to be a three year thirty six thousand mile warranty on it that's where my mother goes is where I go to my brother goes as were all my friends go and that's where you'll go to once you use Tony's break in the line at one time you'll be there for life put your mind at rest go with the best that's Tony's breaking alignment back after this back here this mega cab and lights under Lobel come on by and see the line is not full right now you can come right in if you're close to the average yes.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome back anything is possible I'm Jack Russell let them with Dr Jim fox Jim how did you determine that your ministry was as an emergency physician well Jack in medicine we have the the great opportunity to choose a multitude of different fields but for me I always felt what was more important than my career in Madison was my family life that was probably the most important thing to me as I developed into a man that I wanted to be a husband and a father more than a physician or at least as much as if as as a physician so now we're going back forty years Jackie medicine was a little different forty years ago than it is today I had to make some choices based on how I thought I could develop my life outside of medicine which was every bit as important as my life within medicine to do that I thought that the specialties that were hospital based would probably be the best choice for me and hospital based specialties include emergency medicine which is what I chose to do anesthesiology ology or radiology and out of those four specialties emergency medicine really caught my attention it was interesting to me and I thought that that would be the best place for me in nineteen eighty eight eighty nine you came to the far south side of Chicago where I grew up blue island Illinois eighteen thousand dollars a year at Saint Francis hospital talk about that short chapter in your life well the eighteen thousand dollars was actually what I made as an intern at Detroit receiving hospital when I went to blue island that was after I finished my residency program at Detroit receiving it was the first job that I had blue island Illinois as he sat is south side of Chicago we were about a hundred and sixty fifth in Cicero if by any Chicago folks are listening it was a blue collar town a very nice hospital we saw about thirty six thousand patients a year in I joined a group of five other emergency physicians we are a group of six and we cared for that population very very busy emergency department and we did some great work there is a great great staff to work with and I spent about a year and a half there before I ended up by relocating with my wife back to the greater Detroit area to work for William Beaumont intra idea and I spent a short stint to try and and then elected to move down to Saint John hospital in Detroit where I thought that my clinical skills that would be better served you with the vice chair of emergency medicine at Saint John from nineteen ninety to two thousand and eight what were the major changes you saw in those couple of decades in the practice of emergency medicine well in the practice of emergency medicine as our patient demographics changed and they did in in that part of Detroit we were called upon to take care of more and more trauma patients and therefore we had to extend their skill set into procedures that perhaps weren't done in an emergency department the prior to that period of time we saw the evolution of the use of ultrasound in emergency medicine to help quickly diagnose illnesses and injuries that required immediate attention when we developed our critical care skills to be able to take care of the critically ill and injured that would present themselves to the emergency department at Saint John in order that period of time when I joined the staff we're seeing about sixty thousand patients a year by the time I left Saint John hospital we were singing about a hundred and twenty thousand patients a year.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Guy that created the labradoodle. he said that he's sorry that he ever did this little one genetic splicing to create the labradoodle. this is the creator has called the labradoodle Frankenstein monsters so now owners of labradoodle. golf they're furious our dogs are not Frankenstein monsters. of course. if you don't know labradoodle is a a splice it's a hybrid of a Labrador retriever and a poodle anyway less about. that's that's not my. that's not my top story I just thought I'd done come on the air with just a little bit of levity today here AJ that you know what I I will get into the story later on because it is quite fascinating and I'm not into all of these. hybrid dogs I'm not. we've got two Jack Russell terriers we've got a male we've got a female there ball for just over a year old we again I got one from one breeder we got another from the second breeder you know before that we had Jack Russell terriers we took a break for a little bit because we lost our babies long lives I mean we we are are female lived until just shy of eighteen and our mail Jack Russell. live to just shy of nineteen I mean Corey easy years even Jack Russell orders like wow that's you know usually of fifteen sixteen years tops so thanks to Judy Bauer out there in Pennsylvania we got those dogs way back way back and then we took a break for a little bit and then we're back in the Jack Russell terrier game we we love these dogs and listen if you follow me on Twitter. if you follow my Twitter account at Todd Schmidt and T. O. D. D. S. C. H. M. I. T. T. you'll see pictures occasionally of the dogs our videos and then probably even more on my Instagram feed so if you're on Instagram follow me on at certified Todd flip. I think I actually took the Taj never lets the Graham a long time ago and I just forgot what password email it's just. I can't seem to reach vital eyes and that's why I picked certified Todd flip so certified Todd **** on Instagram give me a follow and then my Twitter feed which pretty active on. Todd Schmidt. on on Twitter I won't give a **** here on a Friday folks I know that you'll have nothing to say today I know that you don't want to call the program I know that there's really nothing really going on for your comments on so I since you don't want to comment you're not going to want to know.

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Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession

"Nets nets guard. Dangelo Russell was cited for marijuana possession on Wednesday after being detained at New York's LaGuardia airport following a baggage Jack Russell was traveling to Louisville Kentucky when he was detained. And according to a spokesperson for the New York port authority police Russell was summoned for possession of less than fifty grams of marijuana and was later released. The twenty three year old is set to become a restricted free agent this off season and the net said in a statement, they are aware of the situation and are gathering more

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Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession

"Brooklyn nets gore. Diangelo Russel was cited for marijuana possession on Wednesday after being detained at New York's LaGuardia airport following a baggage Jack Russell was traveling to Louisville Kentucky when he was detained. And according to a spokesperson for the New York port authority police Russell was summoned for possession of less than fifty grams of marijuana and was later released. The twenty three year old is set to become a restricted free agent this off season and the net said in a statement, they are aware of the situation and are gathering more

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Drama on high seas as France-U.K. "Scallop Wars" escalate

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:34 min | 4 years ago

Drama on high seas as France-U.K. "Scallop Wars" escalate

"This is one, so this is French trawlers reignite quote, scallop war as tensions rise over Brexit negotiations. But when you actually read the article, it seems as though the Brexit angle is something that's just been inserted because it's a quote from a British official basically saying, I suspect they were thinking about Brexit when French trawler surrounded British ships over a dispute over about scallop harvesting in the channel and some rocks were thrown no damage or injuries were reported. But it's the kind of thing that happens frequently between fishing fleets of often even closely allied nations. Dispute over where nautical boundaries are who has fishing rights. There are huge maritime instruments designed to prevent this kind of thing, and it still happened. So. The fact that it's happening now is happening in the context of Brexit inflected by Brexit. I don't think the the French trawler captains were necessarily thinking that we're, we'll show these Brits of for daring to leave the European Union. But in fact, there is no actual agreement on who can harvest them will the so the French captains are apparently. Sort of controlled by a particular European Union, which the British are exempted from. So everyone's within their rights. It's just there's a dispute about what the law should be and the French captain seemed to have taken this out on the British captains, the known. Apparently the the British were according to the laws that exist doing anything wrong Horton to this article.

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