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"jack lyons" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"The boys looked at each other unsure of what what to do just then another man shouted out to them as this stranger approached. He asked the boys. If the man on the ground was okay they they told him no. The man had passed away. They watched the stranger's face fall as he processed the news. He explained that he had. I'd seen the man laying there the night before and that the man had raised his arm at him at the time he thought the man was drunkenly lighting a cigarette but now he worried it may have been the man's last desperate plea for help distraught by this revelation. He told the boys to stay. Put and watch the body. He would run and call the police as the man departed. The boys looked down at the corpse warps in front of them. They had no idea that they had chanced upon one of the greatest mysteries Australia had ever seen. When we return. 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At an affordable rate today and true crime listeners will get ten percent off their first month breath with discount code today in true crime. That's better help dot com slash today in true crime. Why not get help. Better help dot com slash today in true crime now back to the story at six thirty. AM on December first. Nineteen forty eight to sixteen year old jockeys discovered a dead body on Somerton Beach Beach in Adelaide Australia. Another Man Jack. Lyons had seen the mysterious man lying on the sand the night before but didn't didn't realize anything was amiss now. Lions rushed to inform the police of his death as the police arrived on the scene. They immediately got to work. who was this mysterious man who died on the beach? Unfortunately that question would prove almost almost impossible to answer as they dug through his pockets. They found a matchbox chewing gum a pair of combs and unused used bus ticket and a carton of cigarettes. Strangely the man had no form of identification on his person even the labels was on his clothing had been removed without a name. The police dubbed Tim the Somerton Man. They examined his body for any indication of of what had killed him but he had no noticeable bruises. No cuts no strangulation marks. No gunshots no visible wounds owns of any kind. The somerton man was sent to the morgue for an autopsy they determined. He was in prime physical condition except except for hemorrhages within his liver and stomach as well as a strikingly engorged spleen. His cause of death was as mysterious Stereotypes as his identity. The coroner was unable to prove any specific cause of death so he was left to speculate he. I thought the most likely explanation for the Somerton man's death was a secret. Undetectable poison with this intriguing theory. Police grew even more determined to figure out this man's identity. His death was a world of possibilities. Perhaps she had committed suicide. Or perhaps he had been murdered by an international spy organization in a desperate attempt to gain more clues. A Forensic Brenswick pathologist reexamined the body. This time the pathologists stumbled across something peculiar. One of his pockets. Pockets held a tiny scrap of paper with only two words printed upon it. To Ma'am should. These words were Persian Russian. They translated to it is finished. The strangely apropos meaning was enough to convince the pathologist. The somerton man's death was anything but natural the distinctiveness of the words also became public calling card for the mystery of the death. Cementing it in history as the Tamaam should case the typeface ink and torn sides of the paper scrap made it appear as if the paper had been ripped from a book. The police became determined to find that book. They put out a public call for any copies of the Rue Bayet of Omar. Khayyam a poetry book famous for closing with the words. Tom Should. It wasn't long before an anonymous man came forward with a copy of the book. He claimed it had been thrown into his car on November thirtieth the day before the Somerton man was discovered dead to make matters more interesting. This copy of the book look happened to have a hole torn out in the page where the words should be. After examining the book and the scrap of paper in a microscope. It became clear that this book had belonged to the Somerton man. The mystery had suddenly grown more mysterious. When they looked in the book they found several lines of seemingly random letters possibly a coded message and at least two use separate telephone numbers. When the police called the first number they did not receive a reply however the next number reached a woman named Jessica Thompson when Jessica was asked about the man she denied knowing him however when they showed her a plaster cast of the man's face she reacted in shock. Almost as if she had known him all along a few months just before. The man's body was discovered. Jessica Thompson had a baby. Boy named Robin Strangely. The boys ears were the same distinctive. Think shape as the Somerton man's and the boys teeth grew in the same unique pattern as the somerton. Man's whoever the Somerton man was. It seemed awfully likely that he had fathered a child with Jessica. Thomson the police were incredibly close to solving the case but Jessica Thomson refused to speak on the matter. She remained tight-lipped until the day I she died in two thousand seven and all knowledge of the Somerton. Man's identity died.
"jack lyons" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Know anybody else. That's more against the win. Then doctor Judy. And it's a big win. You don't do it you know. Bring Down your sales and you put on that turbo diesel. Man You did you go head down and platnum. Now it's headed up in plough ahead up. You know there's a special kind of horse I've been told that ponchos down and keeps his head up so we can see what's up. Well you want to see what's up plague of corruption the book. That would help us another book in front of her book fifteen page Foreword Player Corruption by RFK junior and it was busy in Seattle. Maybe and he finally he had a long flight and he goes on boom. I'm in fifteen pages. For whatever reason what sparked him and you said you can read it and a four five hour sit down. How many pages is a say? Yeah this was only a couple hundred pages and it may be to fifty. I you know when you look at it on a computer but it God because leg leg was how many and this big hard back. How many pages was playing? I'm probably twice that probably four fifty or so and so. I think we're going to do a lot better because skipped and that's exactly what I told Bobby we were we were talking about it in. The publication was getting delayed eight because he and I wrote him and I said an email and said how can I help any said duty. There's just something missing there. There's about the way it reads because we had been working on it for more than a year. You know the to to make it all make sense to everybody and of course if I can tell the story in a way eight people understand. Then everybody's going to realize what bobby realize so. Basically I told just one simple story about an article. He broke where when his family attacked him and he he wrote a long explanation of what our families are doing fighting over this vaccine issue. And and we don't understand the true depth of the corruption of the lies. Our government really our federal government those people in public health. who were supposed to be protecting us if we really fully understood that then we'd all be united in an NBA in bringing back? You know our health of our children this. This is as you know. We've been talking about you. Know he just he just I said every time you wrote a quote about William William Thompson and how Thompson feels bad about being part of the problems and and I said you know we need to. We can't restore the faith in the promise of science. which is the title of the book until until the good scientists the good doctors the Jack Lyons Wyler's Theresa Asher the Suzanne Humphries everybody in your purse summit you know on and on and on those who have been fighting for decades not just me are actually celebrated traded in their stories are told and he wrote back I like it in the email and then when he came back with the forward on several weeks later he I didn't understand most of what was in it? It goes back fifty years of how scientists light me like Dr. Suzanne Humphries like Teresa Di Shirt her. You know like like Brian Hooker. Who's who are the good people and trying to tell the guy trying to tell the public that they're being fooled and it's it's just a brilliant written forward I was? I was just floored seeing the depth of the corruption. That's gone on in the in the Big Farman vaccine did you go. Oh straight to paperback is available hardback..
"jack lyons" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Lot of votes for too can see this is my concern about you know in going away with the romantic partner especially when it's very new is concealing certain activities that happen I'm very self conscious about this myself not hers mine and hello the the number one stir teacher a seems to be according to idea this is the a goal before you shower technique see if she won't know what you're doing that way but I feel like is it good to have like the hot shower mixing user with I'm just hoping it doesn't happen how about a matter maybe I can do is go seventy two hours then you'll want to have sex the time when you're all full of that do you feel bloated yeah our mondo highs and these are the things that go through my mind and is the reason I have a job because I kind of predatory made everybody does their van in it don't worry about it man I got a lot of problems are mondo and this is why I am employed I tell my therapist all the time like you don't fix me completely like alleviate some of the symptoms but don't fix me completely because if you do that I'm just like a stockbroker is something and no one will listen as boring Armand are you a jingle ball tickets alright alright thank you thank you melody doing driving to work or what yeah back to get ready to go into an actor call your friend of planes Jack Lyons check right away got I got down there so I figure that's not doing and what do I reveal drinks I sometimes feel like we really only have thirty listeners are Monday you yeah he was elected yeah he went over and he says fix your house yeah exactly I only ask you this what have you is an appliance repairman what is the the dumbest issue that you had to resolve like like some all this is it working in the U. show up but it's like I don't know what I had a dryer the recently added Briarwood note he heating I go out of it what have you checked your band known I haven't I go out there the big old black Elaine black check it out Peter I and I take great about yeah I guess so that one isn't too bad because I don't know that I would know to do that as I do now but like I said I would know to go digging around and then livewire you know I don't know a lot of stuff I don't know on a Monday enjoy jingle ball can't wait to have you know your friend hold on okay all right thank you hi good thanks to Magellan corporation one time I bought a a vintage I shall is always looking at one of the turntable because I'm course I'm all into you know vital extensive vital connection I I take it sounds better yourselves warmer when you place of on vinyl anyway of course I plug that into like a digital saying so would pretty much negates the purpose of having anyway so I get this thing to take it all put the record on the need to put the record on the needle in in the needle on the record and Esther I try and play it and it's not working I'm like this guy sold me a bad thing so I called it I call the guy and I'm like you know you sold me a bad thing it doesn't work and he's like wow is that there's a that you plug it in plug it in right can't hear it he's obviously took the protective plastic off the needle Lee I did that I'll call you back this way once I can't lobby say did not take the protective plastic off the need a little little little thing there top that off all alone bold works.
"jack lyons" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Amount and I would say that the vast majority of those people were there for Pat Smullen said the vast majority of people were there for the legends race and fairplay to the car not one single complaint complaint Johnny Ward Friend of the show. I was talking to him in the stands for a good while he was the same attitude you have a complaint about it and fair plates Pat. I think today was is being very understated as well in that. There's still a lot of work to be done and it's still a lot for us to do. Boss that occasion was magic and it was magic that so so many people came out to support pat it was magic that he was there and well enough to be there and God be good to him. I hope that his recovery continues and that he please God he's there again next year and keep fighting the good fight because if if he ever wanted to know the impact that he had racing all you have to do is look around and see the thousand thousands of people who turned up because I would say that the vast majority of people who were there. Were there a strange as that sounds for champions day for such a great day's racing. I would say it was in support of him and I think the vast majority of people who went to a want to go back the bad experiences that were there earlier in the season are now a distant memory and we can look forward the car and and enjoy it and embrace it for what it should be and that it can be this deacon of Irish racing and that it can be racing's the centerpiece but the money one point point four million heading for two is incredible and it's an horrible horrible disease even appointment next week again please. That'll go well. It doesn't care who you are. It doesn't care your fitness. It doesn't care what age you are at every body every single person's life has in some way been affected by and please support will help employees got pat will be the old booby all the better for it and there again next year to be be fantastic to see but hats off to Tokyo hats off to the team. I thought they did a great job. I got drenched as well Kevin. It didn't matter to me one single job. I just loved it. I loved it. I thought it was great fun and UH watching the race on good friend Jim Delaney and just enjoying the atmosphere it was fantastic. Speaking of enjoying the atmosphere just as we end and you might have seen on the twitter is peeled watch for the couple five seconds into this clip. It was twenty three hours ago now. At this stage you can watch it as we're recording on Tuesday nights. There is a clip from Worcester three twenty look back on it and you'll see a man and a woman die for the ground as a horse comes flying towards them at the stand that man is longtime final furlong podcast listener Dave Whitaker and the woman in question is his girlfriend cherise and as Kevin I said beforehand before we went on Air Dave's doing his best. Tom Cruise mission impossible impression here because the wasn't really going to hit them but he went full stuntman job and just grabbed her and threw her to the grounds protecting near as much as he could as the hair color is flying them but weld on day. That's your that's your will Smith Ironman Almira vote ironman Spiderman Hawkeye Superhero efforts and shrubs very lucky to have you and if you're not falling into the trees yes you should be. That's it anything else that you'd like to mention before we wrap up Roy. I'll I'll I'll. This is wonderful away in a very cool invite him one again. Oh what a horse having won three times in the week it's a Galway on the horse to take from that risk. The Final Risk Nicot Jack Jack Lyons finished fifth in the end the attract sound shooter city on the inside really the streets and then should've said relatives sort of feds. It was a little bit he couldn't open up for loans and ended up running on nicely at the end. He's still exposes the three rules and he's got a decent handicapped him. I wouldn't mind in the Irish. Sea Surviving wants here okay any particular race in mind well. He's probably not as premature. Alliance is probably hey jerk came over and took a boatload of cash from the day he will travel if the money's right because it's the bore you know there aren't many races that that kind of money when you're GonNa Laugh area excludes there as well. I don't see the cameras shirt in time but some this season because he's he's but he's he's. He's tried in groups. Free Company of this is we've at some beyond that stage but he's been proven all season. The classical forms races were died. I think it was more to come from Rosina's or win as well. L. Owned in partnership by Shaw Jones and Lynn Lions at this stage but went to offers no doubt allegedly Kevin anything mention not as things noting Kevin is easing these dinner. I think if you had dinner you hadn't noticed that as you go on the car graph got cringe book lovely means most absolutely I don't blame you. I've got a whole chunk of Fox's roots here that I'm about to get stuck into that is it's if you have not watched temple which is available on demand on Sky Q. Watch it Mark Strong Daniel mays candies fan. What's her name from game of thrones the red woman and loads unload more actors? You haven't heard of you haven't heard of mark strong and you like films and TV then something's wrong with you. He's a brilliant actor phenomenal with something wrong with me. Watch Temple Kevin. I think you'd like it yourself indeed like that. It's a really really good show. Roy It as well. You can watch march drawn. Yes I was only thinking about that. The other day Gina McKee Daniel Craig Chris Robinson Brilliant. It was a brilliant series even porridge go on grid. I wonder can can you guess our friends in the North on the player off. tastic show agree with I was well ahead of its time is absolutely brilliant so yeah check that as well but mark strong is phenomenal temple. It's quite dark but if humor in there as well it's well worth watching edited and I mentioned it and got re tweeted Seth Macfarlane the loudest voice which is all about Fox News and Roger Ailes who was a creep of the highest order but I highly recommend that I'd I'd Crepe because I'm not one. I'm a classy guy. I Treat Week Women Rice unlike Roger Ailes Jesus Christ. That's what he did to women was absolutely horrific. Horrific Yoga paid off and they signed Dan. Da's so it doesn't really matter rotary as defense wasn't that that was part of his defense yeah and it was a conspiracy and that there were all out to get him which is why it really is which is which is why he paid them sixty eight million dollars to stay quiet about what a lie no because he was doing it he was a psycho but do watch it. It's very russell. Crowe is in the lead roles. Sienna Miller is completely transforming. The Seth McFarland is like nothing you've ever seen. Annabelle Wallis from peaky blinders unders and Naomi Watts highly recommend the loudest voice which is on Sky Atlantic and is available to download all episodes now on Sky Q. noted you mentioned Nick Enters late-season peaky blinders out my God it's off. That's all it's rolling in. It was a single he blinder. What's now? I'd be the first and you should give it a going Aurora exists. It's very a small number of episodes in each season so it's not a big commitment. It could dip there off. The top of my head and three was robots yeah. The last of us is to an hour this one in particular. I think it could be the best yet. It's very very strong. Television are very very when I thought last season was the best yet I thought four awesome you'll get a kick out of this one in my opinion. I haven't seen many people talking about funny enough but it's it's strong strong stuff in my book which is weird because it's high profile BBC. ABC and the day's getting promotion yet. I I'm with you. I'm not seeing huge amounts of talk about it on twitter very very goes my peaked cap APP arrived as well so I can cover that and razor blades and couplers blue P blinder seemed risks as nether as weeks ago. It was an interesting concept wearing wearing account do they searched it for listen. You and I actually asked by you yeah very very authentic torch. Sorry if you were going to do this the next time you see Kevin at the races just go up to them and ask for a Selfie and as the fixtures being taken take out the razor blades in the cap and go and just point added added don't a Haysom don't call them certainly not the face. If you're GONNA call them. Don't cut the face because the face of the moneymaker that's needed but just show it in much much more. Dan that'll do peaky blinders the loudest voice in Temple Bar Binge Watch them all. Let's your homework assignments ahead of next week's show rory great having you back on my friend looking forward to reading that article and we will see you again very very soon in the final cast modest by Kevin congratulations on the new article which you can read by going to Kevin's twitter and reading it there because if they won promotion they have to pay for it but yeah Kevin's got more content coming your way and also of course that the racist dot com some rowlands sectional pieces as well so make sure you check and Kevin and I are back with you on Monday. No we're not done Monday. Monday's diploma choose today. We're back with you so please everything will be well and we will talk to you then. Thank you so much for listening from Cam like good. Luck Roy's already said he's a good bye but gives another big good look Karori good luck and for me. It was Kennedy. Look could talk to you next week. Have you downloaded the free at the races up yet. 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"jack lyons" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"From radio vermont it's the dave graham show on w._d. It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most to you now. Here's your host dave graham good morning vermont on this monday july august. Excuse me the fifth july's already over folks my word where summer going august the fifth two thousand and nineteen. We have good show lined up for you this morning. Colin mine joins me right off. He's gonna be the <hes>. I guess he's the managing editor b._t. Digger dot org and we've got several good vitae stories to talk talk about this morning. <hes> chris barbieri stops by later in talks to us about the upcoming antique and classic car. Show happening this coming weekend at the far field in waterbury. That's always a very fun and well attended annual event here in central or mont and we're gonna hear about it here all all about it from chris barbieri in the second half hour of the program a little later. I'm going to step out and <hes> jack lyons our summer intern here w._d. Is gonna take the hosts chair for <hes> a little bit and <hes> interview. He's going to be talking about the <hes> <hes> lake monsters in vermont is memory real thing up in lake member may goggles champ and lake champlain a real thing <hes> i even heard talk recently about a monster called a willie lake willoughby. I don't know about these these things but <hes> we'll be learning all about them in the <hes> in in the first part of our second hour and then finally yesterday's rebecca holcomb she's a democrat running for governor governor of vermont looking to unseat <hes> two term incumbent republican phil scott and <hes> getting the twenty twenty gubernatorial campaign off to a surly start here so <hes> full show for you this morning as always we welcome calls from listeners out there. I love the participation of people out there and call. Call us about anytime anything you wanna tell us <hes> any opinion one voice questions it cetera for our guests ads. It's always a great thing so don't be shy all right. Let's star rating with colin mine of e._t. Digger good morning colin. How are you doing. I'm good ah that is that is good or as usual has a number of interesting stories. <hes> one has to do with a sort of church and state issue where the state is actually being sued by a national group that tends to national legal group that defends conservative christians around the country in various causes houses. What's <hes> what's what's got. The lines defence fund upset of the state of vermont yeah so this dual enrollment program that vermont has which is where high school all students are able to attend up to two college courses a year. There's nineteen participating higher education institutions and it's sort of an opportunity for students to thirty outside the walls of their own high school and do some college prep for pursue sort of niche <hes> areas that <hes> they find interesting <hes> and the issue you here is that <hes> students at some religious schools including including rice <hes> in the burlington area <hes> aren't able to take advantage of that program.
"jack lyons" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"F._m. and a._m. Now back to the day bram show welcome back to the day of graham show. It's jack lyons sitting in the chair for graham. We're talking about internships today and we're talking about how they can help some of the economic and demographic realities affecting the state. We'll have four guests with us. Laurie smith is the interim executive director of the vermont futures project. Bill showed ice is the chair of the vermont futures project and he's also the president senate and ceo of the vermont teddy bear company shelbourne meg gross is a talent acquisition specialist for the national life group in montpellier and kathy ten peste in the studio is the vice president human resources at g._w. Plastics in bethel so i just want to begin with i'm a <hes>. I'm going to be a college junior in about one week because this is my last couple of days at w._d. Interning here on the news team in for the dave ramsey show and i i've really enjoyed my experience here and one of the things that <hes> i think has come up in my mind as i go about this internship and i think a lot of my peers are thinking about the wa- the same thing is you know at what point <hes> it's it's good to have have a secure job lined up. You know you can do something that you like in and you have the security of a job but also kind of challenging yourself saying to yourself <hes>. Maybe there's something else that i could be doing that. I would enjoy more or that. You know some some people maybe pay is a consideration that i could make more money or something like that so i. I'd be the interested to hear from you lori smith. How do you think security <hes> factors into internships where students get internships how they get those internships and how those internships lineup with what their academic field of studies. I think that's a that's a great question. It's a pretty extensive extensive question yeah right so it's great to have your experience unsanitary while you're having interviewing us but there are what we've learned is there some of the ecosystem within vermont around <hes> internships is pretty strong in terms of most what we learned is that most students that want an internship or or have to have an internship kirk shifty graduate are getting those internships and <hes> employers are <hes>. They have great best practices etc etc. I think pretty intern <hes> the challenges on a national level about <hes> you know sixty percent are paid in vermont where about seeing the same thing just a little bit under sixty percent. <hes> are being paid that means forty percent are unpaid and those are those crates and challenges but we're seeing creativity in the market is well because of some <hes> <hes> some of the colleges are offering some stipends <hes> for certain programs depending on their major. Maybe it might be a couple thousand for the summer type in there might be recent statements <hes> or subsidies for housing or living expenses so i think in terms of ford ability <hes> there's created. There's creativity <hes> but there's definitely eh jackie probably could speak to us with those financial. Challenges are to the whole to need an internship and then try to live in the summer while saving.
"jack lyons" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"To. I've vermont tends to be <hes> to err on the side of caution. I guess if we're airing airing it all on this stuff. You know you know our peak fats. Levels are lower than e._p._a. Standards to correct exactly you have and sometimes it's just at the e._p._a. <hes> takes many many many years to re <hes> evaluate the levels that they have set and they need to keep about <hes> at a better rate <hes> but they're generally e._p._a. And health are not as associated as you might think <hes> the way their levels cassette or not always according to the kinds of health data that we use in the health department to determine what we would tolerate when we talk about a a <hes> <hes> <hes> when we talk about taking out a sod faucet for instance if if that's the worry and as a source of light what are we replacing it with so <hes> schools have several options they could actually just eliminate that site is a source of water at all and say look we have plenty of other water coolers this one's just this done and we will shut it off or they could replace <hes> and if it's a water cooler the entire cooler or if it's a faucet you know traditional you know faucet in the sink. Generally it's just the faucet fixture part that has lead solder in it with the baseline level and the flush level help us establish established that and our colleagues and the <hes> agency of natural resources have been very helpful in helping schools daycares understand what their results mean and how to remediate them but when you basically taking it out of circulation and replacing the fixture itself right but when you replace the fixture. I'm just curious to know. Is it with a plastic fixture some kind and is there you know the teflon plumber's tape and so on or it would just be a modern fixture done in the last the decade that no longer integrates they lead solder component to it yeah i. I mean the reason i'm pressing on this. A little bit is because <hes> is there any concern that the modern fixtures <hes> might might eventually <hes> be recorded as a as a source of. I don't know say p. S. as a member of the family yeah so we're pretty reassured that that would not happen okay because of other testing thing that that has been done around the state yeah however you're right <hes> there are many things that you don't know there there until you look for them right <hes> so so i wouldn't want <hes> <hes> just great assure you blatantly say well. Someday we may find that these faucets have other things in them but these losses would be in line with everybody has has in their homes and everywhere else so i mean in technology that hopefully has gone through the kind of testing that would indicate that where <hes> relatively we <hes> able to be reassured. Okay well <hes> dr mark levin. I think i've kept you longer than i promised to really appreciate you giving me a little bit extra time here. I thank you so so much of the health. Commissioners state of thanks for joining us. Thank you for allowing me to talk about this important topic in the second half hour of the program. I mentioned we are going to be visited by george pettit. He is a <hes> a jazz boffin. <hes> an impresario who's going to be putting on the sto- upcoming sto jazz has festival going to hear all about the sto- jazz festival from mr pettit in the second half hour of the program and then of course the later our jack. Lyons are esteemed aimed at summer intern here w._d. F._m. and a._m..
"jack lyons" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"From radio vermont it's the dave ramsey show on w._d. It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most to you now. Here's your host dave. Graham good morning reminded thursday thousand and nineteen and a <hes> welcome to our program. Today we're gonna be talking first off with dr mark levin the health commissioner of the state of vermont and he has been on top of this issue of trying trying to test schools around the state for lead in drinking water. We wanna make sure our kids are not getting leading their from their water fountains and even from there from the faucets in school <hes> cafeteria kitchens and so on we have to protect kids from that <hes> that talks and and we'll be talking with dr lee levine about that in just a moment one that i mentioned it <hes> a little bit later in the show our good friend jack lyons the summer intern w._d. In the second hour of the show is gonna take over here. You're in the host seat and going to be interviewing three guests about the value of internship said what they can do for you in a in a <hes> building rolling starting a getting a career launched and so on and <hes> he's got he's got a good line up including <hes> bill showed ice of the vermont teddy bear company the <hes> the mega gaza national life and <hes> another guest will and he's going to be <hes> introducing those folks at a little bit after the midshow top of the hour <hes> of course i we go to our talk media news folks and then we'll have that conversation about internships <hes> jackson doing a great job this summer. I'm satisfied to mars is last day of summer internship with us that we hadn't back to notre dame in indiana back to college <hes> and <hes> we're predicting big things for jack in the future because he's been have been been a terrific addition to our crew. Were on here w._d. Summer <hes> and in the well. Let's let's go to our first guest asked i have limited time with doctor levin so i wanna bring him in right now. <hes> dr mark levin. Thank you very much for joining me this morning. Good morning and you you provide oh you were participating in providing an update yesterday understand about the about the lead in drinking water in vermont schools and tell us what you told them sure. Basically i discussed the fact that it's impossible to know. There's lead in anything unless you test for it 'cause nodal wunderlist carlos. It's tasteless..
"jack lyons" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"From radio vermont it's the dave graham show on w._d. It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most to you now. Here's your host dave graham good morning. Vermont did is thursday august eighth. Two thousand nineteen and we are so glad to have you listening listening to our program this morning. We're gonna have an interesting show. I think i'm going to hand it off to a guest host <hes> the first half hour of the program this morning our our good friend. Jack lyons the summer internet w._d. E._v. He's been doing a really excellent job here and we decided just to hand him the controls for the next half hour or so he's going to be <hes>. I'll i'll let him introduces guest and <hes> we'll have a good conversation. <hes> there and then later on i'll be coming back in taking over the mike in and i'll be interviewing colonel david smith of the vermont national guard <hes> he's going to be i think talking with us to try to allay some of the concerns we heard about last week <hes> interview you about the f thirty five coming to the vermont national guard base at the burlington international airport and <hes> he <hes> the guard it has wanted a chance to reply some of the criticisms raised about noise about <hes> the possibility that some of these planes may be <hes> armed with nuclear weapons et cetera and <hes> so we'll be hearing from colonel smith in part of this hour <hes> later on believe. We're going to be opening the phones and letting some listeners weigh in on whatever topics are on your mind out there folks course. You're always welcome to call the program. <hes> so nice is easier to take the calls and others because we just have an open phone line etcetera two four four one seven seven seven is the local number here in waterbury one eight seven seven to nine one eight a two five five and with that. I'm gonna hand it off to my good friend. Jack lyons a student at notre dame university. He's from south burlington and he is doing an excellent the job force here as a summer intern w._d. Take it away jack. Well thanks dave our first guest. Today is jeff tieman. He's the president and ceo of the vermont association of hospitals and health systems there in advocacy advocacy group dedicated to representing the state's nonprofit hospitals and we're going to talk to him today about the future of rural hospitals in vermont jeff are you there. I am all right good morning. Good morning. Thanks for having me on so i guess no problem so i i guess our first question would be <hes> can rural hospitals in vermont survive over the for over the coming decades and what some of the changes that take place be to enable able that so i think i it's a great question and it really important one for our state and important jack. I think to acknowledge right off the top. That vermont is really entirely rural. <hes> we think of rural areas and less rural areas or urban areas like burlington but it's really hard in a small state like ours to even separate that out even the teaching hospital in burlington serves rural populations and is actively involved in coordinating care for people in rural areas throughout the state so and all or other hospitals are doing that as well so i think it's important to understand that that we really are <hes> a rural state and <hes> that rural hospitals and all of dr hospitals across the state are vital in their communities <hes> not just as caregivers but also as a big employers often the largest employer in community and as community builders in the work. They're doing <hes> in what we call community benefit and health reform to try to reduce the cost of care and make it better for the patient all of that said real hospitals face big challenges as you probably know <hes> not just here in vermont but across the country we've seen rural royal hospital closures <hes> throughout the country in the past several years <hes> and there's a lot of reasons that happens but certainly cause for concern and the reason reason that we have our our i carefully on this. You know there's even a a task force that was created by the legislature to look into the future of real healthcare in vermont where represented on that task force as are all of the other major stakeholders in our state so this is a conversation that's well underway sure and you mentioned that all hospitals in vermont are auroral hospitals just because our state is in very populated but <hes> what is what is the difference in the challenges that are seen at a small hospital like copley hospital in mooresville bill and the challenges that are seen at medical center in burlington yeah so another good question and when we looked into when we did some research into what can can happen with small rural hospitals understand <hes> particularly in other parts of the country 'cause we haven't had as many closures here in vermont or new england thankfully but in trying to understand dan what can what can precipitate financial problems or or even something as severe as closure. There's a lot of factors that are unique to two smaller. Rural hospitals goes up rating in smaller communities for example <hes> they tend to have <hes> a lot more people on medicare and medicaid and we know that those public payers there's <hes> for hospitals just do not reimbursed at the same level and so hospitals literally receive less income to take care of those patients and that becomes a part of the financial mantra problem. These hospitals are often <hes> typically operating on razor thin margins. That's certainly true here in vermont either either razor thin margins or or as we have right now many with negative margins they face declining volume as population shifts to the city and and in vermont. We have <hes> <hes> an aging population. I think we're second or third in the nation <hes> as far as <hes> the the age of our population <hes> and then i think we're all hospitals are also managing aging the challenges <hes> that are not necessarily unique to rural areas but but can be even more difficult to manage in those places like opioid addiction and and reaching reaching out beyond the hospital walls to to make sure people are healthy. You spoke about razor thin margins at hospitals and i think that <hes> segues well into the conversation about rate rate hikes. <hes> a lot of the hospitals are feeling some pressure from the green mountain care board not to increase their rates a lot but at the same time they're dealing with those razor thin margins you just talk about <hes> how that how that <hes> bargaining works between the green mountain care board in hospitals sure i think i i would point out as you as you did at the top of the show so that we are a nonprofit system so i think we just need to always remember that when we talk about margins those are not profit margins but those are the margins funds that enabled the hospital to do things like reinvest facilities and equipment make sure they're always providing the most modern cutting edge care <hes> and that and that they are also also as i said <hes> available to the community that said i think i think jack that are hospitals are proposing budgets to the green mountain care board for twenty twenty the they are proposing the budgets they need to continue meeting patient need and and to continue serving their communities in an effective way while also making sure they are financially healthy and sustainable for the long term so that they can always be there for those communities so the the process with the green mountain care board is for those hospitals for all of our hospitals to to present their proposed budget for next year and to have a dialogue with green mountain care board about why the rates they've asked ask for are necessary to do what i just said to make sure they continue to serve patients effectively be there for their communities and know that there's a sustainable plan for the future sure so. I think you're going to hear that dialogue. Take place with the green mountain care board and and hopefully our hospitals will be able to convey kind of the full set of of challenges changes that they face <hes> from the reimbursement issues. I mentioned with medicare and medicaid <hes> to significant workforce challenges across our state <hes> that make <hes> healthcare both a little more expensive and and challenging to deliver because we don't always have the right people in the right places and can't fill so many open in slots <hes> and also at the same time well hospitals are managing those challenges. They're trying very hard to to stay focused on health reform here you're in vermont which is really to make healthcare better for the patient by focusing on wellness instead of illness and trying to move from a system that now pays for the number of procedures and office visits and and and all of that to assist him that really pays for quality outcomes and and wellness and so i think in trying to do all of those things at once <hes> and keep rates low is is the constant challenge and i think our hospitals have struck the best possible balance they can and you'll not that play out during the budget hearing later this month how much as we're looking forward to these these budget hearings. How much of a dialogue is that. I mean is is there a certain number that <hes> you know the green mountain care board is is not going to allow or is there a certain number that the hospital's not going to go the low. You know what how does that dialogue walk work well. The the agreement and care boy does set in their what they call budget guidance <hes> set a rate for the growth of net patient revenue <hes> and and the hospitals then propose what they think they need for their for their coming budget and those differences or if there is a difference between what the green mountain care board expect and and what <hes> what the hospital <hes> is proposing than than that does become a discussion as part of the hearing so that the hospital hospital has an opportunity to explain the factors that are involved <hes> and to try to persuade the green mountain care boy that the budget they're proposing the one that's really needed <hes> <hes> to to ensure the future of their organization and <hes> and and be able to serve patients the way they want to and what is when we're talking about rate increases. What is a significant rate increase well. I think you know i would probably rather than try to get into numbers. I think we should all acknowledge. That healthcare is expensive. <hes> there's there's no two ways about that and whether we're talking about insurance premiums or <hes> <hes> rate increases that that hospitals <hes> are looking at or we're talking about the cost of pharmaceuticals and supplies all of the stakeholders in our system have a role to play <hes> in in trying to make the system or affordable and i think vermont <hes> yes we are encountering rate increases. <hes> <hes> that you know premiums are expensive for people and that is a challenge. We're all trying to manage together. I think in vermont we're doing that in a way that's <hes> <hes> incredibly compelling and may not produce all the results we want tomorrow but is definitely the direction that the country <hes> that both parties believe we need to move in to to really again focus on keeping people well <hes> addressing the social determinants of health like housing and food security and other things that keep people healthy in the first place and then doing a better job jack on also managing chronic conditions once people are sick. There's a lot of technology and <hes> new patient physician outreach. That's made possible by the work. We're doing here. <hes> to keep people healthier theory prevent emergency room visits all of those things eventually reduced costs while also just making life better for the patients we serve so <hes> you spoken about a wellness as opposed to treating wellness as opposed to illness and more sustainable long-term care provided by hospitals. I <hes> <hes> spoke yesterday with senator richard westman <hes> we try to get him off of the segment. Unfortunately he had a prior commitment but i got some good background information from him. He's a message board member at copley hospital and mooresville and he's also <hes> as a senator on the health and welfare committee and <hes> he spoke about some the things copley hospital has done recently to <hes> to to promote what you're saying that uh a stable long-term wellness care <hes> he talked about community health initiatives serves and also they've <hes> they've now started doing orthopedic surgery. They invested you know in the short term some money on on getting the infrastructure to do orthopedic surgery and they're hoping that by by offering that they can they can <hes> you know bring more patients in the door and help them do that and and stay open. What other initiatives have you seen throughout the state <hes> like that that are focusing on sustainable long term care and how essential are these two to keeping serving rural hospitals open so i think you're seeing a lot of initiatives from one like the one like those you just described to <hes> across our are hospitals. You're seeing a huge focus on expense management and always doing everything possible to to minimize expenses to join purchasing coalitions nations that can bring down the cost of supplies equipment..
"jack lyons" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Yeah i haven't been given the that time line yet a lot of it's gonna be how he feels and he'll be going down and throwing for us and having more live situations with live in practice and i think from there we'll have a better idea but it's too early right now listing former number one draft choice luke weaver makes the start for you today this will be his first ever appearance against the mets after seven and two season last year if all breaks right for him mike what can we expect from luke weaver this afternoon at city field this is another kid that maybe baseball world hasn't seen too much of the continues to impress us thank you proved to us and and the national league central last year that kind of stuff he has he's got a sneaky ninety five that's well located with above average change up he's been working on his breaking ball putting a little movement on the ball as well able to fetch all quadrants of the of the strike zone then pitches up well so has quite a few weapons but he's an athlete you'll watch us feel position that he takes us about the guy that just loves to compete and looking forward to kind of right in the ship for us here in new york use the word sneaky my college coach at fordham jack lyons me recipes it's that i was sneaky fast but mike i don't know if he meant that as a compliment frankly well at least somebody says out about i've ever had that one i thank you so much for taking time out of your game day preparation to be with me mike at the best wishes to you personally into the saint louis cardinals this season thank you thanks great eastern thank you happy easter you and for us for now that is the final out of our ballgame for sunday mar for easter sunday april first two thousand eighteen i hope you enjoyed the broadcast it's been an honor to be a part of your day and.
"jack lyons" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Your how big was your mortgage uh my mortgage yes are and how help we get dole yes all you just paid for reiterating thirty thug of the three thirty see your interests was probably twelve thousand or more by itself so you will probably itemising last year this are you going to have a mortgage on this new house uh we will have to custom home being built though we will have uh what construction is finish at win this construction expected to be finished in how big of a mortgage might you have we're hoping in the tail end of the construction so we're hoping it about two three two three to four weeks week very most uh our mortgage oh is gonna be about ordered wound forty thousand four forty you're going to be sixteen seventeen eighteen thousand may be near because we got a partial year 15000 uh you may or may not have itemised deductions this year your mortgage interest looks to be around 15000 but there's another nine thousand dollars of standard deduction you're going to have to make up your property taxes may or may not make up that difference you may or may not be able to deduct that contribution definitely keep track of it keep it in your file for taxes absolutely it can't hurt you for having them but you may or may not be able to take the deduction only because the standard deduction this year is now twenty four thousand dollars whereas in the past it was twelve thousand six hundred or so so it's harder to reach that threshold of itemising than it used to be okay yeah i i i'm actually a retired allowed the state pension plan so i don't know if the uh the lower taxes affect being you know other health were not although affects you because it's the lower taxes they're against all income pensions ochre part of that income day sure yeah all right well with ordinary jack lyons doesn't have in the same voters everybody else you're still trying to get out figured out why you'll probably ultimately pay a little less than taxes than you did before uh even without being able to deduct potentially.
"jack lyons" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I would just as we start winding down your wanna talk about with less than a cell you mentioned the you're gonna be doing a hell in the selves jane there and that's why you guys down while i've been talking how long it's been fifty one minutes only minor he has got to showed in and out of himself all day okay why don't know what tonight the time has flown you guys are excited as aren't curtain jerking tonight on on your on otto iran later okay all right under a third brother i'm sorry to deal with chris i wish you guys could see it elves jail a gun jack lyons a cigarette say first half main event well okay i was just the few guys to benefit but let's talk about the homeless sucks discount if you had a very important spot sammy the whole concept of it uh how'd you like working with uh with cheneau it was actually an it was a real blast mcdonough whole time from the moment he got involved in the aj angle which was you know pretty much summer slammed from the moment our thing ended you and i and russell mania and or you know payback whatever it was great he's on slam yeah bay back and then that the rematch and then you know the three way that happened just but so i were today jay all summer and i'm honest enough to say that i don't think we hit it out of the park without whole angolan none of our matches really which is active square to that happens sometimes view asia both so great and some that just don't have the chemistry times graciana yes so anyway but then shane gone above and brought like a different element to it and it's funny because if you were in the threeway and the three way was probably the best match adrian i had of our hope is that you and i had as well what was pretty good tabernacles really get a out and even the smack down one i really enjoyed the two days later after pay back the one that was your answer.
"jack lyons" Discussed on GroundTruth
"I was not ready i was too young to be able to maintain that kind of scheduled to be living that kind of lifestyle omar's mom plays me some of the demo tape from ettori who's that and the truth is i'm glad that omar's potential career as a teenage pop star did it take this thorburn jack lyons omar went to college pretty soon after returning from italy after he got his degree from fresno state he went back to being a working musician but not a maria she he played an assault a band orega tone band at one point i think i was playing and twelve bands he didn't come back to murray archie until years later after a conversation with a front from mexico city who told him omar but on the who will do them mahyco match hatchet thumb dr for the young people of mexico city mariachi is dead the punched me and my good it really hurt me and i started to remember my youth and i thought to myself mighty actually is this cultural identity yeah i ran away from it i get that but to say that the music sucks the really punched me in my gut that was the scene on around the same time he had that conversation omar played a chauffeur eve along goria's charity that's right the mexican american actress at an after party the musicians passed around a guitar when they asked omar to play goran asked me why i started seem ideology slumped cute easa.
"jack lyons" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Guest on this show nso worrying sir how are you hey doing great i have to ask you since you are one of the few conservatives in hollywood since you mingle with all the stores and you know all of those people what we haven't talked you from awhile has has the attitude shifted with respect to what's going on in hollywood and what's going on in washington or is it business as usual or is donald trump gaining a little bit of ground no i think every other the either losing ground in hollywood i think their hatred joke road ground her um i would briefly the outspoken one they're buric guided go i'll tell you there hero right now is robert muller you quite people in the mainstream media they picked up his personal count colour the answer to change the pain poll result of elect occurred sure number twenty quick church basement even though robert muller concorde to rig rude i were all over again because he would he oversaw the fbi at the time scandal after scandal after scandal occurred we're talking about pair heroes we're talking about the ira targeting we're talking about um one can with her mother and he he could be part of the group they didn't wind a p to investigate nor special counsel along with it but the james colmey mmhmm um well i had to give a second opinion here he's ugly to you thank you add face totally gone well well you know what john kerry complaint though if you lose because look at robert muller is the most handsome guy in the world because they look normal or you know we're going to move people wore they will use the cross between bill clinton and lbj first ram on squeeze distinction little hard why the long long oh wow all right let's go back to what was so so jack lyons allows the ball what is that what's up with what is up with the russians scandal since we now have a president who was put firmly in place by the russians clearly knows what are we eightmonth into this investigation with by the way this is what they have opened the file this one is heard like there was nothing so what's going on women that the evidence of the russians scandal exactly cricket and back there is no roy who candle very eighty.
"jack lyons" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Could he would he oversaw the fbi epic crime scandal after scandal after scandal occurred we're talking about bear heroes were talking about the ira's targeting we're talking about it took one can't with their mother and he he could be part of the group could didn't wind up p to investigate nor cookout go along with it but but the james combing full well i had to give a second opinion here he's ugly too ads totally gone well you know what john kerry though complaining so robert muller the most handsome guy on the world because they look similar you know what kind of people warning was the cross between bill clinton and lbj first ram up squeeze distinction a little hard the long wow all right back to what so so jack lyons the lives of all what what is up what's up with what is up with the russians scandal since we now have a president who was put firmly in place by the russians clearly what are we eightmonth into this investigation with by the way this is what they have opened the wildest one is heard light there was nothing so what's going on the evidence with the russians scandal exactly cricket and back to the rick no road candle beria's eighty a very large law firm barracuda owed old bulldog prosecutors most of whom are democrats who are looking for evidence of a candle or a crime and they're going so far we know could report they're going big eight years in who the poignant who have a billionaire and the various transactions he did it here eight years ago if he did a transaction with a russian the russian good i know this man we'll be impressed i'm going to do battle with nick beal i mean poise but but who on wednesday but you're at an charity when they assemble or when they convene a grand jury or they put together a special prosecutor this because a crime has been committed or they suspect these muscle prosecutors of trying to.
"jack lyons" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Are you doing great so i have to ask you since you are one of the few conservatives in hollywood since you mingle with all the stormers in you know all of those beautiful what we haven't talked you from awhile has has the attitude shifted with respect to what's going on in hollywood and what's going on in washington or is it business as usual or is donald trump gaining a little bit of ground no i think every other be either losing ground in hollywood i think very hatred journal road crong um i well you know he's a berkeley the outspoken one there are buric write it bill i play of their hero right now is robert muller but you're quite people in the mainstream media they picked up his personal count colored the answer to change the pain poor result of the election occurred sure member 25th surgery measured have asked what they think that even though robert muller it was a concorde to rigging a hair out all over here because he would he oversaw the fbi epoch times scandal after scandal after scandal occurred we're talking about pair periods we're talking about the ira's targeting we're talking about um uh no one can with their mother and he he could be part of the group could didn't wind up can investigate or a special council along with it but james combing um well i have to give a second opinion here he's ugly too thank you add face totally john well you know what john kerry to open thing though because look at robert muller is the most handsome guy on the world because they look similar you know we're to move people wanting to cross between bill clinton and lbj first ram up squeeze distinction little hard they are they always lies a long long oh wow all right let's go back to what was so so jack lyons the last of all what what is up what's up with what is up with the russians scandal since we now have a president who was put firmly in place by the russians clearly what are we eightmonth into this investigation with by the way this is what they had opened the file this is is heard like there was nothing so what's going on women the evidence to the russians scandal exactly cricket and the factory there is.
"jack lyons" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"An is is the sacrifice of these two ministers going to be doing to be sufficient these is stefan lafon going to be able to keep his government in power that is the question we all of king of fell cno and the opposition party selfish let's say that this is not enough however i have spoken to some of the members of parliament of of the two liberal party of these fishing party thera uh one two more rightwing party center or two liberal parties and some of these members of parliament say that they could withdraw vote of noconfidence in this loft minister the minister of defence who has not yet resigned it and they could do this in virtual worlds if they receive new information during the course of the ongoing investigation that is say that he may be he did not that'd be as fulcheri at the two other ministers and how is this playing in guess local newspapers local meteors the is the maat sympathy for the prime minister robbery of a brain for blood well that depends on what kind of newspapers you look uh we have both the left wing leaning on the right wing leaning newspaper and you get different opinions from the two sides uh so i can't say that it's just one way jack lyons from surges radio thanks very much for joining us you'll listening to the daily on monocle 24.