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"jakubowski" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

PDX Executive Podcast

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

"They're doing our slice of the great pacific northwest. Everyone thinks you're listening. executive podcasts. Were back twenty. Twenty one first episode of the new year Very excited to have an next guest. Tim jakubowski who's the principal partner for. Kpmg portland office. Welcome thanks for having me wanted to have you on For for several reasons just to learn more about you know. Kpmg's presence here in portland. How big the kind of work you do. But i think you're really well positioned With the work with clients to share some learnings from twenty twenty round the acceleration of digital maybe And so we love to start if you could just give a little overview of yourself and your role. Kpmg sure damn again. thanks for perhaps immune. So i'll start working product. I grew up in klamath falls. And i grew up in grants pass actually claim it's merlin. I don't know if you want to go. That deep search is a suburb of grant's passive about a thousand people. Anyway very cool so yeah. She's southern oregon kids. I'm proud to call this by song. So i went to oregon state s college of business and i graduated seventeen years ago prior to joining joining. Kpmg in turn it a fortune. Five hundred company helping the ambulance. Ap and then. I started full-time right school here. Seventeen years ago. And so as you said. I have a partner in our advisory arm here apartment on s and here we have just over forty people in our advisory practice and we'd growing sniffly throat my career so i i like to think that we're known for our thinking and we have a variety of professionals here that specialize in technology audit tax by chain human resources. And you know. I think we pride ourselves on. I'm helping our clients. You'll find ways. I you know to to compete better into you. Know just to do a job yellow. Let's talk about the specific to portland. 'cause obviously for the people i think most people aware kpmg global company. Big all over the world portland's pretty midsize market. So what kind of work do you do. Mostly i guess on the advisory side can you can you. Share is mainly around a rescuer and curious squarely in technology risk. And so i had a walker clients in consulting clients so you know squarely consulting ground. Check wrist derided those types of okay. How's the market changed since you've been here in portland and i'm talking specifically around. Just the growth of portland and the types of businesses you. You're working with and about that i. It's been really interesting. I'm just look at the announcement of clear. Just you know yesterday orleans. Been kind of the lambert. I've been here and you know. I'm actually sitting in Tower this used to be an industries headquarters sitting now and then here just going through the list. We must try. Minter affects Fred meyer industries is just been a really interesting dynamic with with partly known as just a few of the acquisitions but in addition to that there's such a great place we have you know so many county people just a great place to live the reverse here is is very healthy and so it's also i. You know the copies are here this year. You know how how great yeah i mean. It's funny us being from southern oregon. The big city test. I i still feel that way. Sometimes it's ridiculous so but it's cool to be plugged indicating g which has global resources. So how do you work with your colleagues in the other offices or you pretty independent now. it's It's a pretty seamless group actions and while my guitar west coast i work on seattle. Probably seven time travel an all the way down to the bay area and clients or used as his boise in my town so i very closely with our seattle office. Be a hundred fifty advisory professionals out there. Four hundred people not office and salt lake city. So it's it's on the west coast. It's a pretty heady group and we share resources and expertise amongst yourselves. Yeah well this is a good point to ask. The year traditionally traveled a lot. And now here here. How's it changed the way you work in your your team. Yeah that's a good question. I think one of the biggest things that i learned was working remotely as a skill that had to be developed and i need. is you know we just. We just didn't do that a lot in business right. We're passion services earn people business. Were working with clients face to face interactions and that changed brand went overnight so you know some of the things that i discovered was maintaining my schedule my routine i seeing my team. How they how they have to in some things they looked at. And i think you know. I was talking to one of my One of the senior associates aren't team in one of the tate ways they have actually wrote the stat. Was they assume positive intense when they're interacting with people you know because they're not able to reviling just easy videoconferencing on and so just being opened a constructive dialogue suiting ben. You know a great asset as a really taker gathering. Really think about that. I like how you framed it as a skill is it is. It is paying attention to the body language like you like. I do a lot of or used a lot in person things. I'm a person back in the day. You know ten months ago would never turn on my video on and it is something. I've had to really develop over the past ten months even doing this I always prefer to do it in person. So i like how you frame that Was that something. Kpmg really kind took a took the reins on of saying that the skill and trying to teach everybody. Or is it just. Naturally we get used to that learner. We were in the office one day and then our clients started shutting down and then we did the same. So i mean just happened so fast as almost one as you as you go and then sharing the lessons. You're working amongst yourselves. And i think the other thing that i've observed it's been really interesting. It'll be greatest goes going forward is the the blending of work in life you know just become commonplace as the norm now so it's not uncommon to be on a call the evolve accompany and be interrupted by their children at a dog. Caq interrupt the meeting and that's become socially acceptable way. And so that's you know. That's a good thing. I think that's come out of this. Where people and their lives and find this. Because we're having to working in our aunt and break down walls especially for what you do. Your green with you know senior executives at companies and where before there might have been a little more of a wall. You know when you're doing that work and go in their office or whatever. It is nice to have that and humanizes people.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"You go happy new year. Thanks so much for having me on. I always loved being on your show. I always enjoy your insights on the show as well now. Needless to say. I am the mistress of understatement here. Tumultuous start to twenty twenty one and i don't know about you but i am still trying to process all the implications of wednesday's breach of the capitol. How about you. yeah. I think it was a sad state of events. It will have implications on american. It was constitutional and You know when we had riots on long. It's one thing to know that the the biased media. Just it's just it's absurd How how bias they are to to cover riots and claim that they're good and then this indication everybody that's associated is evil that that that is a terrible thing and that point notwithstanding I we condemned riots. I condemn violence. So i can rice and violence again. This is not how we do things in america. There were people that thought with bullets. We can fight with ballots. Yeah absolutely but unfortunately we have some doubt to cast on the accuracy of our electoral system. And i think those questions should have been asked and should continue to be asked because we have to have full faith and confidence in our voting system that we're we're certainly at a sad time in history. Yeah we are gale. And maybe this is part of the silver lining that i hoped to share with. You is The the fact of the matter in twenty twenty s the federal level. I mean there's a lot of reasons i'm not. I'm not ignorant to the fact that we just lost the house and the senate and the white house but at the state legislative level republicans gained sixty six percent more seats than they had before this election. So we control the state legislatures and in all the states where the Abnormalities already anomalies. Where the just blatant breaking of the constitution and pennsylvania for example we're all of these abnormalities occurred the republicans have control and the state legislature so it is incumbent upon the citizens of this country in their states to become engaged in ensuring that reforms. Take place if we're ever to regain the confidence of millions of people who are concerned about the nature of this election. It has to happen at the state legislative level and thankfully has amendment still exist. And there's not enough dense in congress. You need two thirds to ratify amendments There's not enough to turn over the way that we do elections at the state level. You know it's fascinating. Because i had the opportunity this morning to talk to another great friend of the show rob adelson. He is a former constitutional law. Professor senior fellow in constitutional jurisprudence at the independence institute in denver The author of many articles the author of the original constitution. Great book What it actually said and meant and we got into that conversation Asking him this morning. Is this the nation's waterloo and will this be turning point for the country and he You are echoing his sentiments this morning. That a lot of the Unrest that we are seeing is because of the amount of power and control at the federal level and he like you saying that it needs to be pushed on down back to the state legislatures where indeed of belongs. Well i think that's one of the most conservative things we can do. Conservatism is about principles. Its principles is an understanding of the lanes of government is checks and balances and perhaps their losses came as a result of getting those planes at least the conversations around it. It's critical that we go back to the tenth amendment chairs tenth amendment which devolves thirty back to the places where it should be giving our individual citizens we the people more authority over what happens in our lives and i think at the state level one of the biggest issues we face this year during covid. Nineteen was that our legislatures throughout all many many states. Acquiesce there're authority giving that authority to the executive branch and then that executive branch. What's in holidays. Many of these states is democratically driven than they ran through with with laws that changed the nature. And what's elections run. That created a huge problem. And we were. We've been talking about it for months and unfortunately it didn't change it now. Reform needs to happen. What would that reform look like. And how would it be implemented well electoral reform and i think these states the thankfully with fifty states there are some great states that you can look at who run their elections very well and i happen to live in one of these states. The state of ohio. Ohio and florida. Because we're swing states in every four years. We have the spotlight focused on us. We have now over. The last couple of decades been able to through the The work of the legislature. We've been able to create wonderful reforms in laws and and we were able to really refine the system so that when we go to cast their ballots we have full confidence that the outcome reflects the will of the people so these state legislatures need to look at states. That are doing it right and that are doing it. Well and then seek to mimic bring those laws. Interstates and run does run elections in the same manner. Yeah i don't think that During an overheated rather raucous political Season that's the time to flip elections and to change the way in which our elections are done. And maybe i'm old school. Jonathan but i am still a big fan of election day. Not election weeks and months. Yeah i that sentiment with you. And i'm no there. There is a A lot of expansion in terms of of suffrage and we can celebrate that. In fact i think last year we celebrated the anniversary of women's suffrage and the the the amendment that led to that. So we have expanded that tremendously. But we've gotten to the point now. Where we've we've kind of. Got an ahead of our skis to the point. Where we're flipping over ourselves to now create vulnerabilities in the system and there are the constitution very clear about congress Really having a day where it decides the outcome of the presidential election now that we've expanded suffrage to include mail in ballots it creates a system wherein like in pennsylvania. They didn't even they didn't even follow her constitution. So that the postmark on the ballot could happen after the day of the election set by congress. Which again i go back to. That's that's unconstitutional. So at minimum. We need to make sure that all ballots are delivered on the day of the election. Otherwise you can't count. It creates chaos to creates Of problems one abilities for julie's and that's why we have a lack of confidence in the system. Eight fifteen thirteen ten k. A thirteen ten. K of k dot com. Jonathan jakubowski is author of bellwether blues a conservative awakening of the millennial. Salt so many concerns and jonathan. I wish we had about a week to talk. Because so many just pressing issues facing this nation as a increasingly. We're seeing the impact of the cancel. Culture president trump of course after the assault on the us capitol chaos the capital. He was locked out of twitter for twelve hours. I believe he's back on. But then you've got facebook Believe instagram saying oh no. We're not going to let you back. On until after the inauguration in this cancel culture mentality i think is a squashing. What is one of the fundamental principles of this nation that made this nation so strong and that is the robust.

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U.S. sets record for coronavirus hospitalizations with over 60,000

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U.S. sets record for coronavirus hospitalizations with over 60,000

"Grim milestones in the Corona virus pandemic, the US seeing a record number of hospitalizations and one million new confirmed cases in just the 1st 10 days of November and state by state. The surge shows no sign of slowing everyone. Governor Larry Hogan says the state is reaching Danger zone with the rising cases. Sadly, as a result, the virus has returned to our state in a big way. So he's reducing bar restaurant capacity from 75 to 50% and producing gatherings of people, saying that the spread is being caused by hosting large gatherings. Crowding in bars, attending House parties and refusing to wear masks. Jakubowski ABC NEWS Annapolis, Maryland

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Chauhan's evening. I can't see them who thinks we are going to have the results of the presidential election on election night. Don't forget to join us on election. Night tanner schwinn toast of noko. Now heard weekdays at four pm on ten. Kfi gay and i join forces to bring you election coverage well as much as we know on election night All the way from the national level and we'll get into the local races that Well have so much import to so many of us as well. But i think we're gonna know the outcome of The presidential side of things on election night and nine seven three five three thirteen ten eight seven seven three five. Three thirteen ten dropped me taxed on our thirteen ten. Kfi text line at three one nine nine six our election coverage right here from your home for live and local programming. Thirteen ten kfi k. Begins at seven p m three hours of a number of guest people. You want to hear from and we'll get into all things election from seven to ten tomorrow night as standard swint and i bring you that election coverage but it begs the question. Who's ready not for the big bad wolf but for another bush v gore think. It can't happen. I think again. Yeah if you loved the hit. Two thousand drama bush v gore. Then stay tuned. That's the upshot from two orders last wednesday by the supreme court. The justices declined at least for now to save the ballot deadlines created by the legislatures and north carolina and pennsylvania and in doing so the editorial board of the wall street journal the high court set the stage for a potential legal smackdown. Worse than all of those dangled dimpled dangling and dimpled and well other wise strange chats that we saw during the florida recount. Oh yeah there were pregnant chads as well start with a perplexing result in north carolina. State law says absentee votes must arrive by november six. After progressive group sued in state court the north carolina board of elections agreed in a settlement that votes on on time would indeed count through november twelfth now on the surface. This looks like a similar case to one in wisconsin where a federal judge bump the ballot deadline by six days this past monday. The justices voted five to three to halt that wisconsin order well the north carolina case in some ways. Maybe even a bit more egregious this. According to justice neal gorsuch Writing wednesday in a descent and he was joined by justice samuel alito. Now justice clarence. Thomas also wanted to halt the deadline extension making for three votes justice. Amy barra took the judicial oath on. This past. tuesday didn't participate. She said she didn't have enough time to prepare and a meaningful way. In order to participate in this decision now the pennsylvania outcome is even more ominous that state supreme court citing a line in the state constitution. That election shall be free and equal kicked the ballot deadline from november third to november six. Even for votes without postmarks. Last week the justices split for four declined to halt that ruling. With the chief a swing to the courts liberals days later the state gop sought an expedited the decision on the merits of this case. Well as a justice cavenaugh. Monday state courts do not have a blank check to write state election laws for federal elections. Oh and remember. And of course this is a relative to the keystone state. They might wanna think about dropping off their ballots instead of handing it over to the post office four days before november third because well might save the court and the country from a serious serious election hangover. And will we have those presidential election results tomorrow. Night not sure eight fifty-seven now thirteen ten kfi kia code now. Weekdays at four northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. and the day's headlines podcast mornings with gail and more and schedule upcoming sports broadcasts find them at thirteen ten k f k dot com well. It's finally almost tear election day. E- eat if you are holding onto that ballot. I would suggest that You drop it off. Toot sweets also coming your way with your host brady hall from noon to to lock it here for ten. Kfi in greeley fort collins and loveland online thirteen ten kfi k dot com..

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well some good news. All things considered putting it into perspective as the cameron. Peak fire holds steady this despite fifty mile per hour wind gusts on saturday. Eight thousand eight now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten. A dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the collision specialists studios working for peace by Sarah out of the fort collins colorado and that was updated Just yesterday at about four o'clock in the afternoon cameron peak fire remains at two hundred thousand eight art. Two hundred and eight thousand. Excuse me six hundred and sixty three acres. Say i'll tell you what that clock thing that's got me going. So we'll do a rewind here. Cameron peak fire reminds remains at the two hundred eight thousand. Six hundred sixty three acres with sixty four percent containment on sunday. Despite those previously mentioned wind gusts up to fifty miles per hour on saturday now unlike earlier in the fire when warmer drier days felt concern for firefighting efforts. Saturdays weather really enhanced our ability to get our jobs done this according to fire behavior analyst. Katie heads During sunday morning video update warmer days are helping crews get access to more areas of the fire. This after last week's heavy snow that brought upwards of two feet one to two feet to the fire stricken areas now beyond that fuels drying out with the fire. Fire area will indeed help. Firefighters wear to center their efforts as they seek to contain the largest wildfire of which cameron peak is in colorado history. He's troublesome coming in at number two. Were beginning to see more smoke in places again this according to operations section chief kyle cannon. We're beginning to see more smoke in places and those of the places then that we're going to focus our energies on and tried to make sure that the fires edge get secure doesn't spread any closer to communities and endanger additional structures now areas still showing heat include some portions of the south edge of the cameron peak fire including near storm mountain and glen haven as well as near the colorado state university mountain campus. Which cannon said showed the most smoke this during saturday's wind event. However he added the good news. Is that the fire really didn't move at all. Fire officials. hope to add containment in the pingree park areas soon. crews will be utilizing drones to look for hot spots and monitor areas of the fire They actually did that yesterday. More than fourteen hundred firefighting personnel assigned to the cameron peak. Fire and the thompson zone of the east Troublesome fire as of sunday though cannon reported additional containment in some areas of the fire including spots along the northern edge as well as buckhorn road. The fires official containment numbers won't be increased until quote crews on the ground can physically walk that perimeter and make sure that any hot spots that could potentially threaten the containment lines are extinguished. Now this is according to the incident command team in a facebook post on sunday mornings. Update additional containment will likely be added to the camera and peak fire numbers within a few more ships. Indeed a good news again According to the incident command team writing in its sunday report. Containment really is the factor of not only having control line in but our confidence that the control line will hold channon went on to say in sunday's video update once we feel very confident that line will not allow the fire to emerge we'll call it contained now. The cameron peak fire unfortunately won't be considered out for some time. Cannon said out will probably be sometime this winter when the national park and the forest service in the county in the state all feels are all feel. I should say like there's no heat left in that fire. Cana went on to say that could be a ways into winter. Perhaps depending on the weather systems now in the thompsons zone of the east troublesome fire. A spot fire. That is being managed by the cameron peak. Fire incident command team crews have been working to put in direct and indirect lines and making good Progress according to cannon across that entire fire thompson zone remains four thousand. Three hundred and forty six acres with sadly no containment but what we know once again as of late yesterday. That cameron peak. Fire does indeed hold steady remaining at two hundred eight thousand six hundred sixty three acres with sixty four percent containment on sunday. This despite those wind gusts of up to fifty miles per hour on saturday. Thirteen now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com. And as you've heard in our news this morning greeley police continue to investigate overnight. Shootings this past In the early morning hours of sunday now. The shootings do here to be unrelated. According to a piece by trevor read in the trip three overnight shootings that left one man with critical injuries. Another with minor injuries this according to a news. Release from the greeley. Pd about eleven. Forty one pm. This past saturday police responded to a disturbance at starlight station. This is at the greeley mall Man was assaulted and knocked unconscious during a fight in the parking lot. According to police as the suspects were fleeing the scene. They fired multiple gunshots multiple rounds into the air. No additional victims were located. Police said they have not yet identified or located the suspect now. Police did not say whether there was any known relationship between the victim and the suspects. How many suspects were involved nor whether there were any suspect vehicle. descriptions available. Police said suspect information is limited in all the shootings and that no additional information as of press time and this appeared. The yesterday was updated Actually this morning In the early hours of the morning but no additional information yet available but it was about an hour later. Two hundred fifty four. Am sunday police responded to a shooting in the one thousand nine hundred block of eleventh avenues. Several people apparently were involved in a dispute disturbance ending with multiple shots being fired. A man was shot once and taken to a local hospital. His injuries were not serious and he has been released. The suspects have not been identified in that shooting nor they've been located. It's not clear from the league. Really police department released. How many people were involved in that disturbance and then at two twenty three am. Sunday police responded to a third shooting. This in the eight hundred block of a twenty eighth avenue. Several people at a halloween party got into disturbance and a gunbattle ensued at some points..

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Author Bellwether Blues, a Conservative awakening of the millennial sell. Christian has. Been Father Author. Leader yes and millennial tell us about your innovative and award. Winning startup called smart solve. Well, it's really enjoyable. It's called. It's you said the name smart solve is dedicated to providing bio-based sustainable packaging packaging alternative for single use plastics that are out there, and it's been a really great cove is definitely hurt us. You know some of the growth that we've had as a startup, but that said there's a lot of really exciting development projects out there working in the private sector on issues that everybody thinks you need to solve with public sector regulation I disagree private-sector opportunity is the best way to bring innovation that can make us a better more sustainable world. Yeah I'm sure you've heard that famous quote from former president. Ronald Reagan the nine most feared words in the American language. We're from the government and we're here to help, yeah. Jonathan Jacob Hausky author, Bellwether Blues Conservative awakening of the millennial soul. Where can we find your book? So, you can find it on Amazon. Books. A million on we have audible audio version book, Kindle version of the book but also on our website we have some videos of those millennials that change their their voting patterns from Obama to trump, and that's at Bell Weather Blues. Book dotcom. Jonathan Turley enjoyed the conversation. Thanks so much. As Gail God, bless you and your listeners. Thank you for having me on God, bless you as well six forty, eight now thirteen ten KFI..

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well to say we're living in an era of increasing political turmoil and social unrest, where tensions are heightened, and conflict is the new normal that would make me the definitive mistress of understatement, six, thirty, nine, now, thirteen, ten KFI, a thirteen ten KFI, K., A. dot com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail live and local the auto collision studios, especially the article specialist studios now having grown up in this environment, millennials really know nothing different their. Their experiences have driven them toward disillusionment and frustration with the political norm. In some they have caught a case of the bellwether. Blues joined this morning by Jonathan Jack Abou-. Ski Author of a Bellwether Blues Conservative. Awakening of the millennial soul Jonathan is a Christian husband father author business. Leader and yes millennium. Jonathan. This is where you get to say to me since I am a boomer, okay, boomer! Here's how it is welcome to the show. Thank you. Gail I will not be saying. Don't call me Cara. Go. Anyway tell us a little bit about this book because I think what we have. Here is a failure to communicate when it comes to. The ways we try to talk a generational eight to one another. Am I wrong on that point? No I think you have an excellent point, and it's what I've found research. Really the most effective way to persuade somebody is through deep authentic relationships and I believe that we in in many ways are so many things that try to divide us and one of the ways that we've been divided is kind of this idea of ageism in generational ISM, and your. Since I'm younger and you're older, we'd have nothing in common and there's nothing that I can learn from you and a lot of the younger generations are learning these things in this age. Age Of postmodern thought but anything. There's nothing that could be further from the truth. In fact, a lot of people know is that many millennials Jen's ears. We are really trapped in prison of her own isolation and loneliness behind screens all day, looking at computers, losing the arts and the need for authentic dialogue. This is where I think the older generations really have an opportunity to step into that loneliness, and speak deep into who they are empowering them being a US senator Peter and helping raise them up to see the truth. That helps you become successful. Jonathan, that you're trapped in a prison of isolation and loneliness, that's only exacerbated by all. The restrictions as a result of covert nineteen, which seems to just separate us even more. But how do we overcome that because you know even the older generation? We get a bit twitchy when we get away from our screens for too long. Yeah it's it's a good point. Well, many of the members of the older generations bemoaned the The millennial generation I've heard things like the future is headed to nowhere, and we really have no hope with with the rising generations. Well what I want to challenge back to to those that believe the future is headed in the wrong direction with younger generations. You have an opportunity to step out and step in and I don't think the time can call for a more urgent need. People to step into relationships with people already know all of us have relationships with millennials in our lives could be grandsons granddaughters. Nephews neighbors. We all have millennials within our own relational networks, and not all millennials are the ones that are out there going down stats. Working with ANTIFA, there's many millennials especially in mainland America. That were raised on common sense values who value freedom and I think you'll be surprised if you step out with US senator leadership, seeking help, raise them up in power them and impart into their lives. They're really GONNA WANNA. Know what you think and what you believe as I saw through bellwether blues with these seven stories in Ward County Mentor ship helped them awaken themselves to new principles. That changed the way that they vote. Interesting point. Jonathan mentorship so, what does that look like? Well oftentimes. It looks like inviting them to a cup of coffee and listening for the conversation, not doing it once not doing it twice making it three four five six times making it a continual process where you invite them show them. Genuine interest in their lives told them that you really care about the WanNa. See them thrive and succeed come equipped with really good questions, a lot of questions and a lot of listening, and as you have those first couple of meetings, it's natural in human beings for us to not just talk the whole time, but. But finally to eventually respond with questions to want to learn desire to learn and ask that relationship developed, and it starts to mature I. Think you're GonNa see them asking you really deep questions that will allow you to to provide answers answers, and the things that they maybe have never thought of. They might be armed with the talking points from MSNBC or their twitter feed that morning, but that's surface level knowledge. They don't have the depth of knowledge that can awaken them to the truth. That will set them free from the shops that they live in. You know there's a reason why God gave us a two years and one mouth, and what we need to learn is to talk to instead of at one another and I think it's also important as you pointed out. To find some basis of commonality of similarities in my own life, I started wake surfing and I actually There's a young man. He's twenty years old, and that is our point of commonality. He doesn't have a boat. My husband and I do so. We invite him on the boat and it's a win. Win Situation with situation all the way around and the bond that has formed there has been incredible, because sure we talk about wake surfing and he's taught me a lot, but we talk about. What's going on as well? But the phenomenal example you're doing it. You're living at right there. That is so good to hear all right so when we look at all of the social unrest in the country, and again I to every generation has said on Darn Hippie freaks. Is My generation growing up. Get God right so every. Every generation seems to think that the nation is going to hell in a handbasket, but you know again when you look, there are conservatives, but the cancel culture. Conservatives, in millennial generation. But when you look at the cancel culture and the way they're being savaged on social media. How do we turn that equation around? Yeah that that's a it's a real dilemma and social media has definitely not helped things what I would say. Those that are most gifted at social media persuasion are the ones that don't adopt the name calling and the shaming, and the bemoaning and the you know the the uses of Profane language to get across the point, there wants who can kind of bear, the brunt of the evils that have been perpetrated by that. That yet stand for Truth Stanford Truth and remain in abide and truth, but I think the ones that are even the beyond effective on social media, the ones that go beyond the screen and invite that person debating with out to have a conversation house. They have a dialogue and follow those same principles. Go through a conversation where you listen you. Ask Questions, and then you'll have an opportunity to deliver I'm telling you gave people. The power of authentic relationships it can change people's minds. Can Change People's lives to be sure Jonathan. Jakubowski.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well to say we're living. In an era of increasing political turmoil and social unrest were tensions are heightened, and conflict is the new normal that would make me the definitive mistress of understatement, six, thirty, nine, now thirteen ten KFI. Thirteen ten KFI DOT COM northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail live and local the auto collision studios, especially the auto collision specialist studios now having grown up in this environment, millennials really know nothing different. Their experiences have driven them toward this alignment and frustration with the political norm. In some they have caught a case of the bellwether. Blues joined this morning by Jonathan Jack Hausky, author of a bellwether blues, a conservative awakening of the millennial soul. Jonathan is a Christian husband Father Author Business Leader and Yes Millennium Jonathan. This is where you get to say to me since I am a boomer, okay, boomer! Here's how it is welcome to the show. thank you. Gail I will not be saying. And don't call me carrot. Yeah okay. Anyway tell us a little bit about this book because I think what we have. Here is a failure to communicate when it comes to the ways we try to talk a generational eight to one another my wrong on that point. No I think you have an excellent point, and it's what I've found through research. Really the most effective way to persuade somebody is through deep authentic relationships, and I believe that we in many ways are. There's so many things that tried to divide us and one of the ways that we've been divided is kind of this idea of ageism and generational. And your since I'm younger, and you're older, we'd have nothing in common, and there's nothing that I can learn from you and a lot of the younger generations are learning these things in this age of postmodern thought. That, there's nothing that could be further from the truth, and in fact that a lot of people know is that many millennials and Gen Xeres we are really trapped in a prison, own isolation and loneliness behind screens all day, looking at computers, losing the arts and the the need for authentic log. This is where I think. The older generations really have an opportunity to step into that loneliness, and speak deep into who they are empowering them being a US senator beater, and helping raise them up to see the truth that help. You become successful. Amazing Jonathan that you're trapped in a prison of isolation and loneliness That's only exacerbated by all the the restrictions as a result of covert nineteen, which seems to separate us even more. But how do we overcome that because you know even the older generation? We get a bit twitchy when we get away from our screens for too long. Yeah it's it's a good point. Well. Many of the members of the older generations bemoaned the The millennial generation I for things like the the future is headed to nowhere, and we really have no hope with with the rising generations, but. Challenge back to to those that believe the future. Is it in the wrong direction with younger generations? You have an opportunity to step out and step in and I. Don't think the time can call for a more urgent need people to step into relationships with people. They already know. All of us have relationships with millennials in their lives. They can be grandsons, granddaughters, nieces, nephews, neighbors, we all have millennials within our own relational networks, and not all millennials are the ones that are out there, pulling out statutes working with ANTIFA. Many millennials especially in mainland America that were raised in common sense values who value freedom and I think you'll be surprised if you step out with you. Senator Leadership, seeking to help raise them up, power them and impart into their lives. They're really GonNa want to know what you think and what you believe. And as I saw through bellwether blues with these seven stories, and would county mentor ship helped them awaken themselves to new principles. That changed the way that they vote. Interesting Point Jonathan Mentorship. So, what does that look like? Well oftentimes it looks like inviting them to a cup of coffee and listening for the first conversation, not doing it once not doing it twice making it three or four, five, six, thousand, making it a continual process where you invite them show them genuine interest in and their lives told them that you really care about the WanNa. See them thrive and succeed come equipped with really good questions, a lot of questions and a lot of listening and as you. You have those first couple of meetings. It's natural in human beings for us to not just talk the whole time, but finally to eventually respond with questions to want to learn desire to learn, and as relationship developed, and it starts to mature I. Think you're GonNa. See them asking the questions that will allow you to provide answers answers, and the things that they maybe have never thought of. They might be armed with the talking points for NS, NBC or Twitter feed that morning, but that's surface level knowledge. They don't have the depth of knowledge that can awaken them to the truth will set them free from the trap that they in you know there's a reason why God gave us two years and one mouth, and what we need to learn is to talk to instead of at one another and I think it's also important as you pointed out. To find some basis of commonality of similarities in my own life I started. Wake Surfing and I actually There's a young man. He's twenty years old, and that is our point of commonality. He doesn't have a boat. My husband and I. Do we invite him on the boat? And it's a win. Win Situation Situation all the way around and the bond that has formed there has been incredible because we talk about wake surfing and he's taught me a lot, but we talk about everything else. That's going on as well. But the phenomenal example Gail you're doing it. You're living at right there. That is so good to hear all right. So when we look at all of the social unrest in the country and again I go back to every generation has said on those darn Hippie freaks I mean that was my generation growing up. Get God right so every general. Every generation seems to think that the nation is going to hell in a handbasket, but you know again when you look, there are conservatives, but the cancel culture. Conservatives in millennial generation. But when you look at the cancel culture and the way they're being savaged on social media. How do we turn that equation around? Yeah, that's a real dilemma and social media has definitely not helped. Things what I would say is those that are most gifted at social media persuasion are the ones that don't adopt the name calling and the shaming, and the bemoaning into the uses of Profane language to get across the point they want you can of bear the brunt of the evils that have been perpetrated by that yet. Stanford Truth Stanford Truth and remain in abide. Abide and truth, but I think the ones that are even the armed effective on social media, the ones that go beyond the screen and invite that person. They're debating without to have a conversation house. They have a dialogue and follow those same principles. Go through a conversation where you listen you ask questions, and then you'll have an opportunity to deliver I'm telling you gail. People underestimate the power of authentic relationships. It can change people's minds. Can Change People's lives to share Jonathan Jakubowski Author Bellwether Blues, a conservative awakening of the millennial sell Christian, husband, father author business leader, yes and millennial. Tell us about your innovative and award. Winning startup called. SMART solve. Well. It's really enjoyable. It's called. It's you said the name smart solve is dedicated to providing bio based sustainable packaging packaging alternative for single use plastics that are out there, and it's been a really great environment. Cove is definitely hurt us. You know some of the growth that we've had is a startup, but that says a lot of really exciting development projects out there I love working in a private sector on issues. Everybody thinks you need to solve with public sector regulation I disagree. private-sector opportunity is the best way to bring innovation that can make us living a the more sustainable world. Yeah I'm sure you've heard that famous quote from former President Ronald Reagan, the nine most feared words in the American language. We're from the government and we're here to help. Jonathan Jack About. sqi Author Bellwether Blues, Conservative awakening of the millennial soul. Where can we find your book? You can find it on Amazon books a million..

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"The Heroes Act which the House of Representatives passed in May would have authorized another round of payments, but the Senate deemed the three trillion dollar proposal dead on arrival in order for another round of payments to get into. The hands of Americans in the next few months Congress will likely have to come together on a compromise magin that and send it to the president and the next few weeks before the Senate goes on their planned summer recess. So what would the timeline look like July? Twentieth? The Senate returns Monday July Twentieth. From their summer recess that actually kicked off Friday July, Third Steve mnuchin reach recently told CNBC that as soon as the Senate gets back. We're going to sit down on a bipartisan basis with the Republicans and the Democrats, and it'll be our priority to make sure between the twentieth and the end of the month that we pass the next legislation during oppressor in Kentucky Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell confirmed that he's been in talks with Mnuchin already and his staffers have been working on legislation for one last corona virus rescue package. He says they'll begin debating and discussing the plan next week. McConnell added that he'll start socializing socializing. With GOP members, when folks return, and then start negotiating with Democrats and actually start the wheel of motion when it comes to put the wheels in motion when it comes to the legislative process, McConnell said I think you can anticipate this coming to a head sometime within the next three weeks beginning. Next week. Okay so fast forward to July thirty first. On July thirty first, the house. is scheduled to begin a more than one month recess. That would last until just after Labor Day House. Speaker, Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday. Oh, she's absolutely willing to delay or cancel that recess in order to come to an agreement on additional economic relief for Americans. She told CNN. The timetable is the timetable of the American people needing their unemployment insurance, their direct payments, their assistance for rent and mortgage forbearance. We need it for states and localities to be able to pay their employees who are meeting the needs of their constituents all right August seven. How `Bout we just get back to work? Because yes, Republicans and Democrats coming at the second round of stimulus from two distinct sides of the equation, but the bottom line is high yet that we're seeing corona virus virus cases spike, and unfortunately we're also seeing the shenanigans when it comes to see that story that was coming out of Florida will get into that in just a few as well, but the bottom line is this member we talked about, and it had to be over a month ago. I don't know how to check the covid calendar, but do you remember when Governor Jared Polis got into the semantics of how corona virus cases were being counted in Colorado indeed across the country, as many people were tallied up as dying from. covid nineteen when they were only diagnosed as having covid nineteen I know kind of get into the weeds here, but there is a huge difference between between dying from Covid nineteen or dying of another disease or a malady, whatever the case may be and being diagnosed with covid nineteen, and they're juggling the numbers in Florida. We'll get into the details of that because I don't WanNa get too far off base on the story, but once again you're seeing. States basically drawing back from their reopening plans and okay I'll concede the point that because we have been so whip side with conflicting information. Don't wear masks. Member thought there. Anthony Pouch in the very beginning saying. Oh, no, no, you don't need to wear a mask essentially saying that Mass Serb ner, no purpose will. Then he came back and said well, essentially, he lied. This were seeing mask mandates come down from government officials in states across the country, but the bottom line is. It's up to us to take responsibility so that we can get back to work so that schools Chan reopen in the fall. Fast forward to August seventh. On the other side of the Capitol McConnell has made it clear. He is less willing to delay the Senate plan summer recess, which is scheduled to begin on August seventh and last until September eight. Th McConnell told reporters on June thirtieth. We're going to stay on the schedule. That I announced earlier in the year which means we will not be here in August. Now let's save some money September. Eighth to September twenty fifth. If Congress can't come to an agreement before August seventh, and if the Senate does indeed go on its summer recess planned than this two week period in mid September would be the next shot. Lawmakers have at passing a coronavirus relief bill. So when could a second stimulus check be sent as July? Fourteenth when a seconds stimulus checked will be sent. All depends on when legislation is approved stands to reason president trump approved the cares act march twenty seventh, and the first economic impact payments started appearing, and our bank accounts about three weeks later during the week of April fourteenth, however, because the irs already did a lot of the setup work. How many billions did they sent a dead people under that first round of stimulus checks IRS already did a lot of setup work. During the first round of payments, there's chance a second round of stimulus checks could be sent out faster now. All that being said nothing will be sent out until Congress comes to an agreement on a stimulus package. Why don't they take their vacations? simultaneously. And.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Age of five first show symptoms including fever rash I irritation swollen lymph nodes and stomach illness similar to a rare condition called Kawasaki disease which causes the inflammation of blood vessels and can lead to heart problems sixty four of those cases reported to be in New York that is one of the few states that have not yet announced plans to ease covered nineteen restrictions by Friday forty three states will have lifted some of theirs Maryland is re opening beaches state parks and golf courses today more openings could be on the way governor Larry Hogan says in the past seven days hospitalizations are on a good trend I see you numbers are flat he says of that continues into next week the stay home order will be lifted wonders have made incredible sacrifices in recent weeks and because of that thousands of lives have been saved he also says schools will be closed for the rest of the academic year distance learning will continue for Jakubowski ABC news Annapolis Maryland amid concerns about possible meet shortages as the meat plants were forced to close summer re opening at Tyson foods plant in Waterloo Iowa reopens today mayor Quentin Hart says I am hoping that the measures that are put in place right now by the company will be able to mitigate any potential risks for for the workers in our community and a Smithfield plans to fall South Dakota will reopen today you're listening to ABC news more than twenty million private sector jobs wiped out that's the April estimate from payroll processor ADP giving a preview of Friday's labor department report twenty point two million is twenty five times AT peas previous record bad month February of two thousand nine credit card companies are getting stingy a new study by lending tree found one in four credit card holders about fifty million people have either had their credit limits cut or their accounts closed during the last month sorry Clara not at Wendy's some anyway one analyst estimates nearly one in five of the fast food giant's restaurants are out of beef as the nationwide meat shortage gets worse the company says it's working diligently to minimize the impact but other chains are watching what happens Randy Garutti is the shake shack CEO you're gonna have some near term impact we don't know how long that'll go for grocery stores like Kroger and Costco have already limited meat purchases after corona virus outbreaks infected thousands of plant workers across nineteen states authorities in Pennsylvania now say they've been confirmed cases at one hundred twenty facilities in that state alone if you want to keep the.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"From ABC news I'm Brian Clark president trump said schools should be open in the fall and children have generally fared well against covert nineteenth but ABC's Stephanie Ramos is there are now concerns about serious heart problems and some pediatric coronavirus cases doctors in the U. K. first sounded the alarm last month since then doctors say more cases have emerged in U. S. cities including DC Atlanta and Detroit doctors say children usually under the age of five first show symptoms including fever rash I irritation swollen lymph nodes and stomach illness similar to a rare condition called Kawasaki disease which causes the inflammation of blood vessels and can lead to heart problems sixty four of those cases reported to be in New York that is one of the few states is not yet announced plans to ease covered nineteen restrictions by Friday forty three states will have lifted some of theirs Maryland is re opening beaches state parks and golf courses today more openings could be on the way governor Larry Hogan says in the past seven days hospitalizations are on a good trend I see you numbers are flat he says of that continues into next week the stay home order will be lifted unders have made incredible sacrifices in recent weeks and because of that thousands of lives have been saved he also says schools will be closed for the rest of the academic year distance learning will continue for Jakubowski ABC news Annapolis Maryland amid concerns about possible meet shortages as a meat plants were forced to close summer re opening at Tyson foods plant in Waterloo Iowa reopens today mayor Quentin Hart says I am hoping that the measures that are put in place right now by the company will be able to mitigate any potential risks for for the workers in our community and a Smithfield plans to fall South Dakota will reopen today you're listening to ABC news I'm Josh Levin co.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Away we pay it and we restarted the course and so the first year I think we had to pay three times in the second year. Maybe once and I don't think we've paid the last two maybe two and a half three years so it's been kind of a good thing with the national recognition. Anything you can get that I mean works out of the heck if we can sell a car out of this thing too or power to us. Let's before we get. I got about the I'm going to ask for an opinion or two in the sequence but before it gets too late let's also give everybody the details. Dinsdale auto dot net and you know if you're within delivery range. I in in the in the greater than and essentially you know you could be in Kansas You could be in Manhattan and directly North Grand Island. I mentioned Kansas City. I did buy. I did by Nineteen fifty-nine oldsmobile. Eighty eight off of a used car lot and Saint Joe Twenty six hundred. It had it had twenty six thousand miles on it by Nice. I'll send you a picture of that. Actually I've 'cause I I was born in fifty nine and I had the oldsmobile affection but Dinsdale Auto Dot Net and some Nice. Looks like some Nice. Some Nice deals on the on the website and we hope we hope some people take advantage. I do have to ask you if you look at over at the map. Now you know. You're you're directly west of Omaha on on eighty and I can remember when we went to exurban my buddy fillon I am. Then we went to Johnny's in the stockyards sure either Johnny's or or Ross's Ross's roost might have been before my time. Okay all right. What's what's what's what's your steakhouse at choice At Alba in Omaha and edits agree question. We we like it a breakfast join early bird. You need to check that out. Awesome spot all right the early bird and if people have what about if people come to people come to. Grand Island Grand Island. It's easy the great sal club or a text or something places here but Let them know that we deliver cars nationwide and Chevrolet. Gmc trucks for all the horsemen. We can we can help you get you. Whatever you need outstanding outstanding Mike Jacob ASCII. Mike you gotTA player to You. Got An opinion or two from the sequence today I'm in with a group of guys who think they're smarter nine of them so long. Just keep losing with them. I tell you what I got. A question already for For you Derrick Lawson the agent for Flavian Pratt. Do you have the new corvettes yet? We do not and we're hoping to get one any day soon. You know. That's for production assembly. It's been on hold right now. So everything's just kind of up in there. I hear sometimes may they might get the ball rolling again and get those cars coming out all right. Well I'm going to send I'm going to send Derek your contact information because The everytime Pratt wins another million dollar race In fact I think Derek's probably still got the his derby money to spend as Flavian as Flavian 's agent. Well I again I might Jacob. Congratulations on On a great Season they're still several weeks ago This pick five will probably build up again to before the end of the season but You know there's players nationwide appreciate what you Chris. Ca- TO LACK and Steve Anderson and everybody As really has really earned a place in everybody's heart. Thanks to everybody out there stay safe. Mike Jacobs Hausky dinsdale automotive I in Grand Island and The now you for those of you that have always wanted somebody in the in the auto business here you go you got the you got somebody to reach out to and and the before you make a deal. Run it by Mike and see if he can't beat it and they'll deliver it anywhere nationwide. How about that just about a minute to wrap up I? I couldn't resist. I I just you know the the American appeal of this was a resistible. Mike ASCII. Thank you will finish our plays later when the after the scratches come out and we'll find tune it And make Make any you know. Make any final adjustments and and maybe we'll get some help from the scratches we'll see But for now Again the four in the eighth race gone preaching feels like The big the big. Lean for me and sixth the race that is going to be potentially the the most challenging. Make sure you get through the first leg the fourth where as nick and I kind of agreed the five six seven eight nine. I mean if you can afford it with the five. Six seven slightly preferred The foreign the sex in that fifth race going to spread in the sixth the one two three five seven even the four and the sex. I mean if you can afford the all button the six feels like the race to do it. And then we're gonNA lean again on the three in the five in the in. The seventh may flowers and extreme caution and then gone preaching so to buy sixteen. I two thirty two by three nine. Yeah I you know somewhere between forty eight and ninety six dollars I think is.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Staples and so you know when my chance got to be on the board on a park. It was just kind of a natural fit and don't dealerships especially Chevy dealerships in over. The course of history have always kind of been there to help the community and fodder park is is a huge part of the community and When we got the chance to to sponsor this pick five Jackpot It was just a match made in heaven. It was a baseball Apple Pie. Chevrolet and horse racing. You know what I mean. Absolutely the AD in fact let let's give everybody Some background because having for me having lived in Kansas City and having gotten to X. Arben That's you know that for me is my mind. Nebraska racing experience but as we saw from early in the meat. I mean right in early January or February and I saw the the you know the video of the packed house in ten thousand people on the Apron and in the stands But I talk about Grand Island and and the whole circuit to Lincoln and Columbus and then Omaha Really it's a the first half of the year essentially from January to about June July to the state fair. I mean it. It's a it's a horse crazy area. The Mike I mean th Nebraska has a great racing history. You know we really. Do you know Lincoln.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You're but you know you may feel some confidence way against them. Obviously he ru- runs a horse. It's eight to one or higher. You like the worst. I don't think you can geeky can't care less. What the streak is you know you. You're like the price and you think the price is fair. You're not supposed to say that it's like it's like you know it's very idiotic notion by people that you know those of us give out stats being critical. You know and I've had some trainers not many most of them get but they're contain confused by staff that somehow insult I don't make the stats and handicappers. Don't make the stats trainers. Make the staff and I think you know like I said all the time you know you stats positive stats in general for bigger price forces. To say hey. Here's an interesting thing about this for a little under the radar and use a negative statal relatively short price sources as food for thought. It's not like we're running out there and saying I'll never met this force because the trainer has this crappy records the situation. It's just food for thought. I mean every handicapping angles give out. Every OPINION. You give out is food for thought. They're not absolute. There's nothing absolute out there. And I think sometimes no you will have like you know an unusual situation upon todd pletcher these great numbers with names off long layoffs. And you'll show us that and say listen. I noticed which is going to be sixty five but believe it or not. You might wonder and say you know. Todd actually does remarkably well in this situation these sources so if you're thinking or not that in because the layoff in general it doesn't seem to be a problem that's more of a discussion point but for theoretical betting purposes positive. Sasser longshots native stats for short prices. Once again this notion that we go in the and reducing to criticize trainer. Well that's Yuck and it only morons that to me to be honest We're doing it to tell. Our job is to try to help the batters and the interesting thing is. There's a misconception that trainers don't understand that trains do trainers do under. There is a disconnect. I think that the horsemen somehow or against fetters. I have not experienced that to any degree in New York At all and I don't find you know the the very few example trainer that gets mad because you would have a bad stat is it's few and far between. I think the one thing you do I remember is. You don't need a pick on the little guy you know or you know. I mean if you have a trainer that struggles and doesn't have a lot of horses and their staffs mostly made up of running bad horses and longshots. There's no reason to put up the stat pointing out the day of Barnesville of bad horses every year. You have to be discerning in that manner but for the bigger barnes the stats stats are what they are. They're not. They're not met at some sort of personal insult. If they're taking that way it's unfortunate and that you know it's funny you say that. Divas Maggie pointed to stat these frustrations he's going through bass short. We all get mad at you. Know we all get mad at people or things you know you kick the chair because the chair dot your way when you tripped over it. You know it's like you know. I don't really think it's personal. You know stash but eat as a if you're doing your Job Broccoli. And then he any kind of public handicapping. You're the point these things out and I'm sorry but if somebody doesn't like it then your problem because the same token when these people are doing really well at these going well we point that out as well so you can't always like the writers you know you know your complimentary of writers is perception. That I'm all I need up on wires and that's just awesome nonsense. I'm incredibly complimentary. Riders quite frequently. But you know I can't. It's like I think you'll Rosario is as good a writer for the game and I constantly pas about him and then personally I have. Joa Lot given gives them bad rise in Florida Kirby Day you have to point that out. You can't have any credibility if you're not honest and both waves now have this conversation with with another rider. Saratoga is a friend of mine. I criticize one of his ride. And I said you and I are friends. I can't you know constantly. Be Positive about you. Not Point out when I think you made a mistake it gets. I have some credibility and I think the writers.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Was there last year but they moved the week right this year. They're going to have that that three year. Old Rates is sort of a prep for the south and wind up a month ahead. Whatever yeah bunch of Brad Cox and Steve Asmussen told that was crazy? Big Forty over forty three nuts when it rains it worse. Very strange for them to now. It's funny for everybody. It seems like when you're going right whether you're a horse player or rider or trainer you know the things seem to workout and we start going bad things to start that as they pile up on. You know internal turnaround overnight and I you know. I don't think that the Aspirin Boras doing anything differently than they've been doing There are a lot worse is probably not even that while the period of time right even at this stage you know even the stage is probably a matter of two and a half or three weeks right. I mean the weekend normal cases yes But obviously there isn't as much running but there's still probably running forces so it's not even probably not even. That was a period of time. You know who knows why. You know barnes though but every every bar goes to them. The the you'll see I mean we. We've seen todd does where we saw. Chad had a bad run right in the Oprah Nineteen Saratoga or something and a lot of it. You know it's hard you know. I haven't I've been paying attention. I don't know how many of them are shortage prices. It is sort of amazing. You know you you do the math on it over forty British forty but I you know I tend to thank you for your worst player. You have these shrieks where you just can't seem joining right. You lose fifteen straight days track and you know when you're playing a lot and it's just like Thi. I mean randomly. You're supposed to witter's right about who you are and it just it just. It seems like when that's happening every little decision you make is the wrong water every you do sort of goes against you. It's you know people can sit around and try to figure out why is opposed to. I think you know it's I don't know I don't listen holly but you know so much stuff school by random. That's right a lot of things in labor pool by random. Bits well and that's and that's one of the biggest challenges of of handicapping in general discerning. Handicapper I think if anything you know if they're running short price sources and those a bad run going on you know. We may be usually..

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An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski

Buddhist Geeks

11:07 min | 2 years ago

An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski

"Hello everybody Vince Horn here for another episode of Buddhist Geeks and today I am very very delighted to be having a conversation with Martian Jukovski. Good to have you on the show Martin and thank you so much for taking the time to chat with the Buddhist geeks. I'm really excited about this conversation. Because so much of what you're doing. Feel a resonance with but it's also different from what we're doing here Buddhist excited Dick's where the intersections excellent. So let's dive right in. Okay I've got my bathing suit on and I'm ready to go seven Fahrenheit and sweet Maysville Missouri. But I'll join metaphorically awesome are you. Are you at the factory farm right now yes. That's the Kansas City area. Okay cool and I and I understand that. You have also google fiber out there. Oh and that's an addition since about a year now and that's why we can have this conversation hopefully seamlessly today. Yeah no mood. That's a big game changer fiber. We spent the money on a week. We got the pipes run here. Trenched bury them and the whole facility with Up to four GIG. Wow that's awesome. See if you're kind of you're living the dream for me. Which is you've got high-speed gig multi gigabit Internet and you're out on a farm building Chit Really Cool. I'm excited to talk about your work so so I saw. I saw your tedtalk a number of years ago. Odds probably about ten years or so ago now Something like that and and just immediately was like okay this person and your partner Katharina. Y'All are doing really interesting work with the open source ecology movement and In that talk you spoke about the global construction kit which you know. Last time I checked this is like a fifty fifty or so different items that you're looking to build open source that the kind of you would be necessary for human civilization to To to this global village construction set fifty industrial machines to create small-scale civilization with modern comforts essentially the critical machines from tractors bread ovens production equipment energy equipment and and Carson everything. You need to create infrastructure. That's the basis of thriving than so we can talk about then getting meditative but you have to provide some basic needs. I yeah you can't you can't just Meditate without without some basic needs Yogis the the people they had their comfortable caves and flame. That's right that's right. Yeah and some nettles to eat right and and and you're going to see the vision that you'll have is is going well beyond that. I mean you're talking about being able to replicate modern comforts without having to rely so much on the sort of centralized modern systems that we've all come kind of dependent on. Yeah exactly the idea is. Let's distribute the economy. So right now we're in a state of centralization but the fund that by fundamental design we have a distributed world and I think that comes from the first principle of energy energy is distributed. Solar Energy is distributed. That's pretty much where all the power for today's economy comes from. It's from the sun right so by nature. We have a distributed system but the way we created we kind of reformulated as humans isn't into a hugely centralized one so to get back to more in touch with those principles of distribution decentralisation that gives power to everybody literally and metaphorically to tell me more about like the journey that you've been on with the global village construction set because I saw you've you've made a tremendous amount of progress on that front. You know it's one thing to hear someone give a Ted talk about about something that's like an inspiring idea prototypes. It's another to see your ten years later. Like have made real progress on the stuff again to hear about that. Yeah definitely maybe you know you can say at the time of Ted Talk. Were a few percent down right now. I would quantify it as like one third done so we've got hundreds of prototypes Twenty or thirty unique prototypes everything from tractors to CNC machines. Three D. PRINTERS HOUSES. Akwa punit greenhouses. In fact we actually added the house as a critical machine since we kinda thought well. That's a living machine. Actually belongs in the global village construction set but the power is yet getting a comprehensive said along a construction setup route. So we're looking at it more as building blocks and to derive from how Lennox Open source. Software has there is one of the keys to success was large modular break down into very small parts can have thousands of people working on at the same time. And that's exactly what we do with hardware breaking down into modules and development steps for each module sewer inching along at the time of the Ted. Talk I kind of felt like I missed my great opportunity because I had so many people contact me. And all of that and we didn't have an organization. We hardly have an organization right now. We really don't yet. Were not at that level of having a business so to say like a real solid organism. But we do have a lot of foundational work. I think we are. I would call ourselves an exponential organizations laying a solid foundation with all the prototyping that we have done now ready to to convert that to economic impact so transitioning from the Playing prototyping to to the to the next step which a lot of open source Projects Forget and that is a product. So what what are the products that we can offer that anymore? Anyone can use okay. That's cool. I mean it's interesting. I'm thinking back to win. I got even more kind of interested in Y'all's work and I think at a certain point I started to really feel this kind of poll to be sort of subtract myself out ourselves out of the sort of capitalist system a bit more to be able to offer meditation teaching more freely. You know to be little less dependent on a pay for service model and you know one of the big questions that comes up is like okay. We'll around like housing costs. And how do you? How do you reduce your cost like housing is like one of the major costs and you all were some of the only people that were talking about being able to build an an ecologically sustainable you know house for like twenty five grand? Yeah and that's unheard of you not to be able to hit those kind of Knows numbers and that's what I think is really interesting about what what you're trying to do is you're really setting a goal of kind of price reduction that really competes with the capitalist markets on their own terms in a way. That's hard for them to be. It'd be hard if you're actually able to pull this off for companies to To to have any response to tenth the Price House or tractor or brick press or all the things that you're building. Yeah that's exactly right so let's dive into. There's actually a very interesting page like when I look at the WIKKI statistics. There's a page on our wicky open source ecology that org slash wicky which has cost of living. And you said it. The number one cost of living is housing on average. I have some stats here in. Its sixty eight hundred dollars a year. Then the second one is your car. Thirty four hundred dollars a year and then food twenty six hundred dollars a year and yet it adds up to about twenty thousand or so. Just let's see the the number actually is twenty thousand per year per person according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a household doesn't sound too bad but Ideas let's so let's go for example to the CDC home just to show you like a very tangible example so in a CD go home. You mentioned twenty five thousand dollars okay. But where's the Labor that's materials so the model there is a client? Pays probably like ten thousand dollars service fee. We host a workshop where we swarm on the build with about fifty or so people and build that in five days and I think that the more like a turnkey cost to the client. We more like seventy thousand. That's kind of what if we if you'd actually start full cost accounting like the twenty five thousand dollars as materials. Yes so you'd have to figure out how to do it but we did with a swarm based build the idea there is you are providing an immersion education. So basically you're selling inexperienced. People participate in get a lot of skills have a lot of fun shatter some of the limits in their mind about what's possible in terms of effective building using very collaborative learning rich learning environment. That's very supportive. So that's the product we're trying to develop and probably if you look at economics probably like seventy thousand dollars for a a house builder a basically the House. The person who wants to have the house before fourteen hundred square foot house so still about was Chris in the cost of industry standards. Right we actually roll this out. So there's a whole organization to behind it and sell. That's kind of how it looks right now. Now of course if you're a skilled guy and you've got a family that can build that while you're not gonna be able to do it in five days but over a month he can take our modular construction methods because everything in the system is designed to be handled by people not not example cranes or large machines the way we designed modular construction method lends itself to a swarm belt with normal people and really reducing the skill set by essentially trying to turn this into. Lagos as much as possible That's interesting and and from what I gathered like everything that you're doing the documentation around the processes like everything is part of the open source model like everything is shared shared. Absolutely everything. There's two levels so one is design seconds. Dente price design. And that's that this is where we talk about the concept of distributive enterprise. Yes the idea if we do it. And it's good for the world. Everyone can use it and and people in modern society. People think that you have to be proprietary or you have to have a competitive advantage based on Ip Order to win here are competitive. Advantage or collaborative advantage is the the opposite. Is the fact that we're collaborating? And if you think about it you're in kindergarten you'd understand because at that point we kinda were talked to to Cher but from High School Into College. Johnny were completely taught the opposite and right now. There's a huge cultural barrier that prevents people from comprehending that. Hey we can actually do. More together. Annihilate the AB- the material scarcity issues that are still central to life in the west end in the developing

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Indictment: Corrections officers used excessive force, assaulted inmates

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Indictment: Corrections officers used excessive force, assaulted inmates

"Twenty five Baltimore corrections officers face a two hundred and thirty six count indictment after investigators say they were running a criminal enterprise behind prison walls A. B. C.'s bill Jakubowski explains it all began with a trip last year the lead investigators going through surveillance videos they say shows officers using excessive force many prisoners they argue were severely mistreated twenty five of these correctional officers have allegedly abused their power and abuse our trust well the more seats attorney Marilyn Mosby says those in da I did we're part of a para military tactical unit all are suspended without pay

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"jakubowski" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"jakubowski" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Phil Jakubowski ABC news Baltimore black lawmakers in Georgia say they'll push for a hate crime law after a sixteen year old white girl was charged with plotting to attack black church goers George is just one of four states with no hate crimes law you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK president trump will not have to release his tax returns to get on California's primary ballot in March the state Supreme Court struck down a new state law it calls for presidential candidates to hand over five years of tax returns in order for their name to appear on the ballot the ruling can't be appealed governor Gavin Newsom is pushing back on president trump's plan to get more water flowing through the delta he said California will sue the federal government to protect the native fish populations dual pumping stations currently pull water from the delta and deliver it thru canals to farms and cities in the southern half of the state house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the impeachment investigation is far from over the California Democrat spoke during the final public hearing of the week saying more witnesses may be called to testify against president trump she didn't give an exact impeachment timeline but it's up to the house committees that's the news I need to make a hiss good evening ten oh three on Bob Williams in the camp the K. traffic center working it hit run injury crash fifty westbound just west of sixty fifth street a vehicle reportedly on its roof right now we do have emergency crews on the scene before partly as come off the freeway watch for a lot of activity in that area also fifty west bound just east of the harbor Boulevard non injury crash couple vehicles were involved they are getting this one that cleaned up we are blocking a couple of lanes right now bear right lanes see if he's still on the scene of a crash between a semi in a vehicle this is going to be north bound five just south of Laguna Boulevard that vehicle facing the wrong way next update at ten thirty one traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one K. F. B. K..

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"jakubowski" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"jakubowski" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A Russian French astronomer named Benjamin Jakubowski discovered a minor planet, which was a dark asteroid from the middle of the asteroid belt, and he named it eleven Eighty-one Lilith in her honor. So as memorials go not the worst lovely on February twelfth, I love this because your book is full of very beautiful explanations. About a page long on February twelfth there is one sentence. Do you want to read it? It it is mid February be consoled by this just this constellation by FRANZ Liszt. Clearly, I was just Dino. Had enough with the writing deadlines today. I'm just going to throw in one line, mid February before Valentine's Day and. Perfect. Perfect mid February. We all need all the Sonics solace. We combat people. And I love the fact that this is called a consolation. It's number three by fans list in d flat. Major and I at least find it intensely consoling. It's funny. I didn't know whether to come back in 'cause I kept.

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"jakubowski" Discussed on Niners Nation

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03:16 min | 3 years ago

"jakubowski" Discussed on Niners Nation

"It wouldn't surprise me. If a forty five year old Brady threw the game winning touchdown pass to a forty one year old hunter Renfro in the Super Bowl just two years from now under Renfro is going to age quickly hunter end froze already thirty seven and a half years. I mean fair he I mean, he was at Clemson for at least twelve years he had to come out of AFL retirement to play for Clemson dudes been there for ninety seven years yet. It's very odd. I mean, he's almost certainly going to go there. You'll catch a touchdown pass. Absolutely. Brule next year. It'll be fun. Now, you look at the most represented positions into your three. And it's going to be defensive back an edge. You've got three DS and you've got three edge defenders, and when you put together kind of the complexion of what you're looking at in tier five into your four. You look at the most Representative position in to your five, and that was going to be defensive back, and then one of the more Representative positions in to your four is going to be and really across defensive line. So when you look at the defensive back position and the edge position as a whole across tears for five three what you find basically is that two of the most important positions in football, the cornerback or or basically pass defender, and your rusher is either bad, you hope you can develop or an aging veteran that you want to find someone to replace. And that's a pretty good summary of the forty Niners ability to stop the best. Yeah. I mean defensively right now they are. Basically the league's worst when it comes to defending the pass. I think especially in coverage. It's just a lot of problems. And then. Yeah, this highlights it, right? You don't have any players on this roster. I think right now that you feel really comfortable being core pieces of kind of the next. Good defense. Right. It's kind of a situation where it's it's a lot of hope, and you need some positive things to happen because it's just players that haven't really shown the ability to do a whole lot. Now, there are two players in here that you may think okay. Why aren't they into your to? Why why aren't they step above and one of those players actually felt back in interior three this year, and that's Jakubowski tart, so why did you quasi tart who was a tier two player last year fall down into tier three this year. Despite the fact that his two year breathable focus grade is north of seventy five which puts them in a pretty good category for a safety. I think with him. It's just is stuff. I think among. All the players on the Rosser. His position was probably the toughest to land on right because I think it is kind of borderline to three there. I just don't I just don't know that he's been able to the fact that he hasn't been able to put it together for a full season to actually go out there and show that he can one be durable and available for an entire season. And then produce it that way that he's done in limited stretch right over the course of a full season and beyond. I think it's just you don't feel comfortable with it. And it gets to a point where you have to start like expecting this to happen. Right. Where it just kind of it. It is it's been what it's been in in you kind of have to start thinking that's going to be the norm right until it changes. And you actually have some evidence to go the other way..

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