5 Burst results for "Jeremy Loops"

"jeremy loops" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

03:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"jeremy loops" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"Probably not so the charter thing, it's tough because he's forty-four like I'd you know yeah he would have done the boards but what do you been in position for that would, you know, would even be out there. So it's one of those hypotheticals and I just don't, I think with the whole play, the kids narrative way, you can find, you can poke your holes in it. And again, it just comes down to Kevin Miller isn't healthy right now because yeah the D Corps look great. When it was the top for as is and then Clifton and Miller wage. Pretty good. Like that was if you could put your best six that's that's your best 6. And again, you're not putting support a lot. They're not putting back at 9 and out there. So it is what it is. Now, you gotta wait for Kevin Miller to get healthy again. Hopefully Jeremy loops on doesn't, this doesn't kill Jeremy Lowe's on his confidence, which I think easily could especially the game like this. The other guy you need back. Craig Smith, Craig Smith, you need a lot. Obviously, out for game two. Don't really know when he's going to be coming back. He's still day-to-day, right? Stated a yeah. So, and they Bruins to not practice off today on Tuesday, so we'll see what happens on Wednesday morning at Warrior, whether it's good to go casa, didn't really rule him out when talking about him and established for the rest of the week. Said, it's kind of a a bonus for them that they have two days off between games. So hopefully that gets it back out there, but until we get to war on Wednesday and find out, we we yep. Oh, for sure. But yeah, his presence was definitely missed. And I wasn't even like, I think Nebraska was like, disengage, you know, he had, he had parks on that he was trying to hustle to get to loose pucks, but I just don't feel like a good fit on that especially in that right side. Like, you still, you know, have to go to the back handle off. There's a few Rush's with him and Hall where, you know, if he wasn't on his backhand like the the puck were probably able to get, you know, get the hall quicker or you know, just cut through a scene. But again, kind of the hand, the burns of dealt, you know, if it was, you know, Kasia was healthy, you never know. He would, he would slot in there or what have you, but Monday?.

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"jeremy loops" Discussed on Podium Time

Podium Time

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"jeremy loops" Discussed on Podium Time

"Okay here we go. Hey jeremy loop the silent from coffee with maestro. And i want to congratulate you on this big milestone hundred episodes big deal and you're shows fantastic. I love it. And i'm honored to have been a guest and if you didn't know part of the inspiration behind my show so congratulations here's too many more and i've got my coffee and my hands. I'm taking a sip now. I wasn't little background music this music. He uses his show. Yeah it's it's really good. He's got a lot of good conductors on there and it's very casualties. You're sitting and having coffee with them. So oh we do have some. We do have some comments. Let me see what we've got rain. I don't know if i have clips of the chicago sinfonietta concerts but since they've got that little one minute video with a whole bunch of clips i bet. V to I think they have some stuff on their on their youtube page. And i'm sure if you reached out to them they would have a bit more information about. That is a great question Joanna thanks so much for for being here. Jacob as well and laura. Thanks so much for the congratulations. i mean hundred episodes. I've had a good time. What about you luke. Time haven't learned much at all. Oh no nothing. I've no less than i did. When when we but it actually. It kind of feels that way a little bit. Well you realize you realize just how big the world is. It's quite big so let's share a couple more of these videos. Let's see on my files everyone This is charles. Gambetta charles was on episode sixty eight when we talked about lobban analysis. Which i remember. We recorded on february fifteenth. Because i had to run over to the cynthia. Cynthia borrego was playing at the symphony. And i had to cover because my boss wanted to go to the concert. So here's a clip with charles charles. Gambetta here to congratulate jeremy luke for reaching the one hundredth episode of odium time. Thank you both for providing me with the opportunity to share the.

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"jeremy loops" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

05:57 min | 4 months ago

"jeremy loops" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Hey, welcome in to poke the bear episode thirty-two. He believed a Connor thirty two episodes. I move marinoff ski alongside Connor right about sports drone Connor how we doing and then I'm doing very great. How are you doing? I'm doing great as well. I got a haircut for people who can see on YouTube never hurts tough to get in these in these pandemic times, but I guess haircutting. I was talking to the barber and in fact saying a business was still great and I'm like, well, it's true. You can't like replace a haircut. I mean what you just not going to get your haircut which some people have been doing but it like I did that as being in the pandemic I you know, look at early videos of me from like April and I got my haircut in like two months and I just had a big brick entry on my head, which was not which is not a great look also move my room around for those watch. To begin different background total moving everything around so everything is everything is changing. Yeah. I'm still stuck in Tahoe. But you know, there's worse places to be stranded right now. There's no flights out of town back to life. That's yeah, that's really tough. So the only person who had a worse in Tahoe than you and the Flyers was Jeremy loops on like the little Segway chairman Shack close on it was announced on Wednesday to have a fractured left wrist. I believe correct or it was it are left left our hand rather. Yep, Sanford left hand and he is out there. Oh, they will re-evaluate him in four weeks. So minimum. He's out a month not great for the Bruins defense. What do they do in his absence? Yeah, I think with Louis on out the next guy up is going to be your whole back in dine-in which obviously you look across the the lineup. It's not great right now on defense I mean for for tonight's game. The Islanders you're going to probably have Jacobs of roll back. But other than that macros, it's not going to be ready. Even though he's getting closer which is at least one kind of somewhat of a positive Kevin Miller who didn't go off off of what we thought was just you know load management arrest don't really know when he's coming back right now. It seems like the knees bothering him which I think we all expected if it's still not good just from a pure Optics of you know, how long I mean bothering him after about a week off. So for right now, you're expecting John Malone, Clifton flop back in but you still need a guy to replace lausanne in that top and roll and again, it's not great with the amount of bodies are missing right now. And you know, we spoke about it on Bruins beat that a guy like Matisse at home would be a good fit. But at least the immediate right now, you're at loose getting a guy in the back nine and who you're able to at least get an extended look at right now, right? I mean, he's a guy who was a first round pick in 2017. I think was probably you know one be maybe one day. It's one point West Palm..

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"jeremy loops" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:35 min | 7 months ago

"jeremy loops" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You know, in the control Well, clark in the squad to cave Who do we have here, Ms. Jo? This is Jeremy Loops. Okay? I've never heard of him before. I just came across it while I was looking for something else. Fun. I love doing that. I love doing that. That's why I can't wait for my family to go to bed that sometimes on Saturday night. My wife tells me all time. She's like I'll stay up with you. As long as we don't watch music videos. E won't stop for you to go to bed by this hand. I sleep while right. That's awesome. I lots of governor this morning. Thanks for making this part of your morning again. Those fog far beginning to build in and around the area Meteorologist Suzanne Horgan telling us that Wook why especially here in the E Town area and basically points to the northwest up near Brandenburg. Be advised. Visibility is down to about one mile. Basically, once you get past shepherdsville, you're free and clear out of the Log all the way up. 65 places like corn and visibility is down to two miles. So use extra caution as you head out there this morning. Coming up. Bottom of the hour. If you had did head out this morning, it's very cold out there real cold. So if you how can you help without even leaving your house, and it won't cost you a thing? We'll tell you about it with one local super fan here in Kentucky and coming up at 7 45. Well, we all know the Louisville Cardinals are playing now. Well, we're playing and not playing now because of covert. How is college basketball Adapting? And how did they get this thing off the ground? We'll take a look. Coming up at 7 45. Meanwhile, Stark contrast to the United States. Taiwan is going to remarkable 232 days without a single reported domestic covert 19 case, daily Life is largely returned to normal. So CBS News is Remmy and casino reports on what life looks like in Taiwan during the pandemic, and why this family said. We're done with life in the states. We're heading back there and what it's like for them. Thousands dancing DJ spinning everyone Cove ID and carefree Taiwan hosted the ultra Music Festival this November. It's Miami flagship show canceled because of the pandemic. The last time Taiwan and it's 23 million people reported a covert case was April 12th. That's why some Americans have moved to Taiwan, too. Like Willie and Dina Yang are friends and in the U S. Or, like I hope every day you realize what a great decision you made. The Yangs are now re booting their lives from Los Angeles to Taiwan's capital, Taipei. Their Children now physically go to school in California. It was all virtual. The kids were not in school for six months. I got emotional That first day when we took them and Dina is.

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"jeremy loops" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy loops" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Two zero seven fifty and John I want to get you back into the story because I want to get a sense of where are we when did you finally bring extracts to be where are we now with Rovers were growing they have do we have products ready to go to market and when you decide to flip the switch on creating hand sanitizers well that's the big question I'll start with the beginning Georgia is alive and well two farmers are getting ready to go into the first berry of legal planting season coming up so that should start around June to June fifteenth so Georgia grown count is about to hit the dirt and then it should take ninety to a hundred twenty days for that to grow it is legal and we have been moving some help around from other state but we're really trying to wait for that special moment where you can be Georgia all the way up and down and even go back to the colonial days Jordan was the lead state and that so there's just something special about being here and we're excited to get that going so is alive and well and this transaction and converting into Georgia grown in Georgia process material is it happening as we speak so that's exciting but the Hanson brothers stories completely different where where do you want to begin on that Stargate is just one of those situations where you like wake up in the middle of the night you have this the company that we've got this myth that's a quick minute we got the factories and there's a need we should do this well somebody had that our chief operating officer Jeremy loops Matthew is just brilliant came up with the idea first and he realized that we had about ninety five percent of the formulation already there literally the only thing we were missing to make quality hand sanitizer was labeling we had bottles we had springs we had the ability to do it we had the scientists there it's just a matter of making the the flip and I'll be honestly my first reaction was no because you know Johnson Johnson corral all these great companies that they've got that covered you can go so as we were struggling with whether to do it or not we got a call from the state and they said Hey look in the factories out there like you that are in the pharmaceutical space you can help out there's a real danger and so we look at it and I was very proud of our team within forty eight hours we are located one of the assembly lines are absent in converted over to the medical grade antenna pleasure and we focus on going to hospitals and first responders military first and universities people who are on the front line of research in dealing with things but what happened was it became a very very viable product and now it's not temporary it we it is here to stay R. bramble canisters out there and is being used by most of the major hospitals here in Atlanta and a lot of the major companies so it went from an idea to rejection to the idea of about forty eight hours and we were able to get it in full production what you actually did date you actually got that assembly line convert I wouldn't exactly call reaching out so it's been operational probably between four to five weeks and we're doing hundreds of thousands of units now in the cute so it's it's it's very very real as part of our future and it totally unrelated to CT which is another factor anything as we don't it's not a CD antenna because there is medical grade FDA approved and there's no need to confuse the two release on our end so for a product manufacturing company it was a it was a smooth transition because we got some really smart people who did incredible work working with the physician using nine Georgia hemp to start already produce CBD products that haven't started yet I did start but there's a big there's a there's a lot to the process you know there's actually taking the bio mass on the farmers and extracting the molecules and then going forward those licenses were just released in Georgia about three four weeks ago right in middle of Kobe prices so we've not been able to actually process yet but we have been able to buy the parts and assemble it from other states and we have been doing that quite well but from this point forward now that the licensing the rags to replace in the farmers throughout growing it's going to be Georgia all the way through the supply chain and we're excited about that given the fact that the sanitizer took off are you gonna have to have a new manufacturing facility or created new assembly line for the we've seen the email yes yes yes yes we were opening up another we're opening up a hundred thousand square foot facility in union point Georgia which is in the local county area and it was just so wonderful it was just one of those caring deputy moments where we found this other facility we're able to acquire it and start the process going so between now and I will tell you why we're going to hire a hundred two hundred fifty people in that area just the worst in the hand sanitizer side but also on the TV side as well as we continue to work with farmers on the genetics of the growth process XO yeah it helped accelerate our company and allowed us to expand we did a three year plan and did it pretty much basically all right all the books you've written this regret that exactly but it really not come to think of it is that that's a great point all of my focus in the past has been around leadership and what it means to serve other people and our team is very very focused on that is about putting the consumer first it's about making something that people need and they want and quality and standards and everything that I've written about over the years has been around that is around how do great leaders serve other people and this is just another step in that whether it be you know hand sanitizers or whether B. C. need me it's about having the mental fortitude the mindset to say you know this is not a money grab this is not just a a quick thing this is a very deliberate process with a strategy that's focusing on serving other people so really not a lot has changed it's just the popularity of CBD the ability to provide a means allowed us to take our skill set in the gin credible team of people the from the folks who work on the line to the scientists in the doctors like John and bring them all together and say let's focus on serving other people's do do this right so I'm curious if you're reading your bio was there a lot of prior manufacturing there is the consulting there was the writing your other business it seems more like professional consulting services and the manufacturers yes Sir intact as a full blast about twenty five years working a Wall Street based firms travel all over the world you got to meet these wonderful people and when I really went out of my own about ten or twelve years ago and started opening my own companies and getting into the merger acquisition world I realize that those twenty five years even a wallet in the service of the consulting side my clients were training me so I have twenty five years of advanced education beyond my formal education to be able to sit there and say I've seen this before I've done this before so you take all the data all the input of all the information you gather just living life and then you apply that mindset of serving other people and then our biggest motto in Georgia extract is who knocked out I don't even know how to do a lot of things as we go but we are not I think you know who knows how to do it and good people find good people and so many people in the state rushing to do good and want to be a part of this from John Morgan who's on this line to broadly works minister well job all these wonderful people are team or saying I will be part of this so there's this crazy attraction right now that's happening so it's just about staying focused on serving folks and doing the right thing and it comes together so I was thinking of things in between the manufacturing professional consulting because it makes me think about my field with his cancer an internal medicine versus surgery and the surgeon seems that really get a lot of rattling off of the immediate gratification of making something they make somebody better instantly internal medicine you're treating and it's a very long and slow process since much of it is chronic disease and I'm just wondering if the thrill that you must be feeling with this immediate gratification of making something that has immediate benefits use and to get that kind of response oh my god yet your hundred thousand percent correct from a consumer point of view when we have consumers tell us that you know the anti inflammatory nature of this unique product is helping them to move and have a higher quality of life to the medical trials I mean that is but I tell you it's just equal about them get goose bumps tell me about it with some of our staff will come up with a cool idea and they'll tell you Hey have we ever thought about this or what if we applied it this way or I think I can make we can increase production by fifty percent this by moving this thing over here so which is fascinating to just get out of people's way and watch them work so you're right the gratification is certainly certainly rare places if you smile to people's faces the the quality of life of our customers and just everything about it nice John yeah I would agree back in okay what is the sense of what what is what is your role when your medical director of the manufacturing facility what does your day look like what are the kinds of things you're you're focused on you know I'm here basically as an adviser and I'm on the board of directors so I'm here to do whatever these guys need me to do and when we were working with are focusing on C. B. D. I was involved with talks with the university of Georgia helping with you know working on developing the genetics and and agreements from that standpoint for as clinical studies we have a plan to to really trying to foster and develop clinical study so I've been involved with scientists from that aspect trying to and I have a very difficult process trying to figure out how to put together protocols in a plan to work through the FDA process to come up with the FDA approved drugs so that you know it's it's those kind of things and now that we switch to hand sanitizer well I kind of switch hats a little bit and and tried to learn as much as I could about disinfectant so this week R..

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