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"lease organization" Discussed on 600 WREC
"News radio, 1055 W E. R C It is Patent Stouffer Glenn on the Glenn Beck program. He is ah, little under the weather today. I think I think he was doing better because he was planning to come in and then I think the doctor said I want you take one more day and so Hopefully, he'll be back tomorrow just in time, hopefully to get inducted into the radio whole fame. Where are we going To find out now? Radio vote dot com was the place to go actually have a few more days. I guess it's the ninth. But that's the Sunday right So tomorrow, you know, this is the last week or two. We'll We'll about compile all the data and make the choice and they don't know. I talked. I know the the the listener vote is a is a chunk of it. But now there's other experts and all this other thing's that cast their votes. I mean, it's it's It's cool. I don't know. Part of me thinks Glenn's just out because he's hoping the sympathy vote. We'll put him over the top. You know, he's got over 19. What? We don't know that for sure, but I think pressure. I thought your family does so he must. He's sick, and he's been living around people with covert that have tested positive in the same room. Say bad. I mean, it's not gonna be sorry you should be where they say Quarantine because someone in your house has a code that I don't people really they find this is true Pet. People. Basically don't listen right? Like they think. Yeah, I can still go out shopping. I can still go out and get get. I can still do something with my wife. One of the reasons we're where we are. Yeah, well being, I don't know. Protest of thousands and thousands and thousands of people. No, no, Actually, I'm sorry that had nothing. People don't realize this got carried away for a few enunciate the words black lives matter that disintegrates the virus. Oh, wow, it's true. The sound. There's something about the sound waves. They kind of cuts through cuts through the Iris. And just the Just the universal truth. The black lives matter is enough to kill the virus. You're questioning that you not not no matter. I understand. Because of course you don't care about black lives. No, I do very much so Well, you can't because your organization No, I do not like the organization. And maybe it would be nice if people would investigate the little bitch because there's a lot of people just buying into this, and I have still not seen anyone in the media answer for this. No, there's not what, like Trump was talking about this the other day with in an interview, and he said, you know, look, Look, I got a look at this. Look at the stuff they're writing, you know, look at look at the lease organization. And that must be like Let's blow by it like someone has to stop the interview. No, no, Lary this out loud. Yes, Here is what they're saying. Here is their manifesto. Somebody address what they're saying. And this is one of the founders of Black lives matter. Listen to what she had to say, Uh, trained Marxists..
"lease organization" Discussed on Mentally Yours
"Thanks very much for joining us so much. Leo's really appreciate it so we hit talk a bit about how the current of our Subatomic is acting. Gp's and how they're dealing with it. I'm what have you been seeing Pasolini? So we've had I think even if we if we go sort of pre pandemic we've had lots of different challenges with regards to overall mental health in in all patients but also Within the workforce within the front line staff and And Cetinje you know the pressure that we will Sunday has been nothing but unprecedented whilst many great things have come from the way we would come out of this from from the way we were working the way that We've all taken to remote medicine in digital medicine. I think certain things have probably helped tell mental health but I think overall The level of pressure that frontline is on is is definitely very difficult and I think there's always that element of of adrenaline that kicks in when you deal with with with elements of a pandemic where working on Libya Sort of a full stay Sure when the adrenaline was often all of this starts to settle down. We'll probably stop. See The true effect of actually what What a mental health bed and this is placed upon our workforce but It's tough it's tough and I think you know I think it's tough not only just from from from profession in terms of delivering but we all we all we all husbands. We all sons we are fathers and it adds that that pressure there as well where whilst absolutely we want the country to be in lockdown and so that we can all go and do our job safely I think. Come at the internal battles will eventually kick in so I think it will coping Is just You know I think. Um You know I'll focus is definitely more on on how we get through this and how we serve a public seven on the front line But I think satiny once things start to calm down the true effective of highway feeding will start to John Spy. We'll sort of support. Are there at the moment for health professionals in terms of them into health I think on the on the front line probably not a great deal but I think there's definitely I'm you know there are organizations. That are there to support awesome Benevolent Fund Is an organization which sets up for for this exact reason to help us. in a confidential manner as well. I think it's a very difficult thing full for us. To get off. Stigma rows of this out of this special It's a very difficult thing for us to talk about or not. And whilst we with very good in in talking about removing stigma from mental health as as as as clinicians and we definitely want this to be removed in society We do have support but it's It's it's probably not more about what support we have. It's probably more about how many people are truly accessing and And I think that's one of the challenges that would love to be sort of trying to get to the bottom of is. Is it okay for us to say that? We're not coping to say that That we're struggling. I'm so the the Benevolent Fund is there. It's an organization that is to support frontline doctors On the dentist as well I think the reality is whilst the off things. A doctor's the question is what is that full my receptionist. What is what staff What's therefore Clean that cleans my surgery. What's the what's there for the transport staff that are moving blood samples from A to B? And you know. And that's probably the bit that we start to reflect more on an think. Well it's great to say that you know you've got to lease organizations Doctors but I think we do need to think why why the NAS an how and what is available for them without necessarily I call it an. We won't necessarily special treatment but otherwise we will fall into the general population. And and that's a discussion of the. I'm sure we're going to touch on shortly. What if what are the some of the biggest challenges that frontline walk a facing at the moment in terms of them health erm? I think going back to my point of of running on adrenaline. I think when we put in these scenarios we perform really quite well when you when you put when you put an HSA stop and cast off into extreme challenges. We'll roll offs leaves and we've got very much a we've just got to do this attitude and I suppose sometimes quite rightly but I think at some Making sure that we can talk. I think in times like this. You know having groups and teams Where we can all sit and reflect a little bit and what you do come up for a little bit of Erin Go. Oh Gosh so one of the things for example what we do in also juries is we have talking sessions and we have very open reflective things about an. It's all right to say anything in this space and we call it that way with initially allowed. Say Gosh you know this was the worst day will for example today just to give you a very live example. We had them. We lost three people and this is. This is all due to Kobe. So we all getting significantly more death rights if I can if I can put it that way in our population and it does affect off staff. And you know. So what am I myself? Today was was very upset because of a patient that we've looked off. The last thirty years had passed away arguably you could say well. It was definitely before one time. It was heartbreaking to see her upset. It was heartbreaking. Obviously this patient had passed away But when we get to sit down and talk about it rather than sort of people go home and swallow it and internalize it and find the get a way to To put it out in the open to talk about things that you will thinking about especially with the other members of team because I think you know different people externalize things in different ways while she got upset. I'm upset that any of my other stuff went upset. I'm just show that they pick different. People deal with these things in different ways so having an opportunity to actually verbalize this in a pen and reflect that you know this isn't Oles Pats on the back moment for us. This is more about going. Well tell us what upset you today. Tell us what makes things difficult for you today. how can we help as well and you know obviously Employ all said we have three surgeries set in the private sector organization. has hundred. Gp's nearly nationwide in each of those people we feel responsible for and it was. I think we want to remove the Tabu from talking about it. We want to remove the Tabu to say that it is all right to be upset. It is all right to feel sadness. It is all right to to pull down that sort of what can I say? That sort of Superhero mosque. Often say you know what I am. I am struggling a little bit and I think talking is is half half I feel sometimes can be half the battle resolve. You've mentioned several times about the adrenaline. That loss of health workers will be sort of lacking on at the moment But what do you think's going to happen when that whereas often when when the epidemics over you expecting Possibly a surge in mental health issues within the medical profession. Think it probably will be. I don't think it's just the medical health profession. I think the general population itself is going to you know at the moment we We've we've put too late on things You know everyone's kind of closed off in the public has been fantastic. Our patients have really you know have taken to this change quite amazing be quite frankly and I don't think we can do this. We continue to deliver the health service that we want to deliver without a patient support and I think people are realizing that but but having said that we also have concerns about. Well where are all my on? The mental health leads to my practice. I've I spent a lot of years looking commissioning mental health upside as a board member In leading on mental health. So it's it's huge passion of mine and something that I I will advocate until my last days. Radio around how mind works and how we how we deal with things in stop a of the soul so I think it's not just us. I think the population is keeping a cap on a lot of things you know not we would just reflecting the other day that I normally run a mental health clinic every week and I'm starting where are less patients now that we've moved to this? Wyatt is speaking to them. And so I'm we've all been sort of you know crossing her around to really make sure that we provide an essential service to make show affectively people on dying which is kind of. We're at the moment You kind of forget about the sort of the other things that we were doing. You know whether that be you know. I have made a single cancer referral in the last two to two months. Now you know and I start to worry. I started to think. Well Gosh normally we make at least three or four concert referrals a month. So where are these people and we can say the same mental health? We can still say the same full of physical patients that with physical health conditions. You know we're not necessarily seeing them we all seeing them in a different manner but And this is where we have to start to understand that I get priorities. Physical Properties of life preservation have to take a control here. But I think when we come out of this I think is going to be a lot of Whether we want to label Traumatic which it is you know it's going to be element of PTSD type of scenario where we've all been through trauma Whether it be directly whether it be indirectly in sunny by the end of this guys know people that's has suffered from the effects of what's happened so and dealing with that is going to be a challenge and I think this this. This is a debate. Where we we when we start to think of what this post cove. It looked like we have to start to introduce what support we are going to give from a mental health perspective. Are we going to start to pay? the attention that we need to be paying to it from a funding perspective You know we need to start to truly get parakeets for mental health..
"lease organization" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Government as well as EDT even recent retirees all who have some unemployment experience to help us with this claim load levy says the best way to submit your application is online since phone calls well that's not a good idea to resulting in very long waits Randy cartoon can extend seventy newsradio many people who are out of work will have to find new health insurance LA care health plan CEO Jim Bacchus tells K. next people can apply for Medicare online if they don't qualify they can still enroll in a cover California plan and might even get a subsidy they're unemployed and there's no one else in the household bringing in an income they're probably they will be entitled to an enormous subsidy and that would be a much more economical if they don't qualify for Medicaid all to going to covered California this is cobra is an option but it's a more expensive leases organization expects to see two hundred thousand to four hundred thousand new members because of the sudden rise in a Clements a second crew member onboard the USNS mercy docked at the port of LA has tested positive for corona virus the hospital ship's captain tell CBS two fifty three others have been taken off the ship as a precaution the navy confirmed the first positive case on board the ship on Wednesday and says this would not affect its ability to receive patients the shift over the ship arrived in LA late last month and is being used to help relieve local hospitals that are caring for coronavirus patience dear Craddick obstacles seem to be getting in the way of nursing volunteers who want to join the recently started state health care program to assist in the fights against the virus the plan was announced by governor Gavin Newsom two weeks ago as part of an effort to bring back retired nursing personnel and get soon to graduate students in the hospitals to enhance care but Bray Ortiz a senior nursing student says the website itself is difficult to follow and there are bureaucratic dead ends involved and I'm tired tell them that you're a student and then it just kind of hard to meet the requirements of the paperwork that they require in order to register as on top of that the state board of registered nursing at this time is given no guarantees of student nurses do take part of the hours they work will be credited toward their nursing degree completion without that assurance it's uncertain how many volunteers from the student ranks will actually want to participate P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio in just one day sixty two more people in Orange County contracted the virus that brings the total number of confirmed cases to more than eleven hundred the overall figure also includes thirteen Orange County inmates who tested positive the death toll remains unchanged for two straight days at seventeen stay with us right here for continuing in depth team coverage.
Workforce Development For The American Fashion Industry
"The Workforce Development Institute is a nonprofit organization headquartered out of Albany and troy but we cover ten regions of New York. State So I I cover. The New York City region are broad mission is to help. New Yorkers obtaining keep good jobs So we do that in a number of ways. We're a convener for a great conversations that help of Industry Job Seekers We connect Entities to one another for sources of technical assistance and funding We're we provide grants in some cases to both manufacturers and Don Profit organizations that train job seekers As well as supporting unions so In my role as the New York City regional director in my in the piece of my work that focuses on supporting manufacturing I kind of naturally focused on the apparel manufacturing sector because there were many many needs Facing those companies but really we help Manufacturers across the board and get involved in lots of different workforce initiatives. Your question about what is Workforce Development For for the Fashion Business was workforce development. Sure will I think we're I think it applies to generally as well as for the fashion. Business really workforce development is looking at both the skill needs of employers to be able to remain competitive and You know produce. In the case of manufacturing produce their product sufficiently and it's also the need for skill development for job seekers and training programs that address those needs and allows people to earn a living wage and have a good quality job. So it's really both both those things in the apparel manufacturing sector there are lots of challenges around that A lot of that related to the store. Ecole offshoring of the industry And then some such subsequent growth in some reassuring but really different challenges and needs a major real estate crisis here in New York City and so I think a lot of apparel manufacturers are in what I would call survival mode They're not really able to focus much on training their incumbent workforce as they probably would like to. They're wearing so many hats they're juggling so many things they're dealing with a rising rents many of them have to move multiple times because they're Leeson's and they try to fund a new lease so they're just many many pain points for Apparel Manufacturers in particular and that's an area where I've tried to focus on providing some assistance to those companies. Now is it normal for a state to provide this? Is this something. That's in all fifty. It's actually really unusual and when I meet with people in other states there especially manufacturers. They're kind of jealous that. Wd exists in New York state. So the way our funding works is that we We're funded by the state Senate and so- senators Put Our budget request into the state budget every year and hopefully Nine Times edits ahead and we. We don't get cut at all and the GOVERNOR OKAYS OUR BUDGET. And so that's that's how that works but we are an independent nonprofit but we do rely on The state legislature who CNN. For the work that we do and so have continued to push for that support for us. We're grateful for that. So many of our listeners are from other states. Would it be possible for another state to also fund your organization and and get your resources into their? I mean we are very much near state. Focus but certainly We DO GET INVOLVED. Nationally in some initiatives so we we look at Look workforce strategies and we some of our staff do attend conferences and other states and kind of share our lessons learned here in New York. Stay so we're Very happy to share expertise and You Know Lease Organization of the Urban Manufacturing Alliance Was at their conference in Pittsburgh a year and a half ago. And so I you know we. We do kind of collaborate with folks in other states that are doing related work and try and share best practice and this may be pretty obvious question but why does the fashion business need workforce development. What's why do people need to be trained for for new jobs in the fashion business? Well for anybody sure. Why don't someone else someone else can weigh in? And I can jump in after that. I think when we talk about made in. Us initiatives in this country You know trade union professionals manufacturers all talk about the bottleneck being just a labor shortage in general and I think very simply put. That's because a lot of people don't WANNA working garment factories. They they have the vision of that as like Norma. Rae Standing on top of the you know the the spinning machine. And it's not that anymore so I think that's one problem and I think the second problem is that there's new equipment coming into factories and that requires people to have different skill sets than they might have had being a traditional sewing machine operator or cutter on a factory floor. The other thing I would add is much of the sustained job losses that were faced by the manufacturing sector came from a parallel textile. And still there are families that over generations watch watched opportunities get washed out So that's I think fueling in part the perception gap that there aren't opportunities Associated with the sewn trades and then additionally when you have job losses of those Of that magnitude You have a workforce apparatus that gets dismantled and so we have a lot of rebuilding to do as a city And really this is true of cities. Nationally To reinvigorate Not only the hearts and minds of people thinking about opportunities in this own trades but also the underlying workforce infrastructure that supports those firms. And I think also we're seeing right. Now is a resurgence of small lot production which is really where. New York City thrives. We've ton of small factories can get quick production into the market. And what we're faced with right now is a generational gap. We have sores. Were aging out of the workforce. And nobody's coming up behind them so if we're going to continue to be able to keep up with the demand of small production we do need to be looking forward. The people who are going to be retiring and replacing them in the workforce. And if somebody goes into this as their job if they get the training is it going to be a good paying job for a long time? Because I think that would be a question most people would have. I won't I'm going to be trained to be a professional sewer that is is that a career absolutely. It's a great job and the sewers. I mean at me mill so me Mills. I work within the Millennium Mills Office in Sunset Park so we are kind of a for profit nonprofit partnership and our soldiers have been with us for fifteen years and they're amazing they get paid well and they get benefits and I think that's increasingly becoming the norm. I feel as if there needs to be new value or renewed value. Put on sewing pattern making and just the trade in general. So what made you was it? What made you identify this need and start to train. And how did you? How did you even start the training? Can I call it a school or kind of all came about when we moved out to sunset park and you know I had been working in a garment production factory before this bridal and then moved over to handling Molina's production and I really wanted to open my own factory and I I couldn't find people to so and I was trying to navigate this very complex way of word of mouth trying to find through our sewers and other sewer who might know someone who might know somebody else who needed a job for a week you know. It's this really really cumbersome process and what I realized was the people who were hiring were in their sixties and they WANNA and worked for two days a week and that's not really what we needed. We needed a full-time sour and we need multiple fulltime sewers. So I came up with this program I it's built in modules and it's in three languages currently so I can train in Spanish Mandarin and English in part. Because of the millennials team We Have Cantonese Mandarin and Spanish speakers on staff so they really helped me a ton and it's been incredibly gratifying to see how people take to selling and the confidence that comes with it and how factories where we play students are responding to it. I think people are really excited to get new people in and help them and foster their development and I just like to add that so. Wd I funded Course of trade. Because we saw that I mean I've been visiting garment factories for the last four years and I'm consistently hearing about a need for skilled sewers In my kind of investigations into this Really students aren't learning those industrial skills anymore. And even at the C. T. E. Highschool secured at technical education high schools. Students are learning some of those skills. But they're really really. They're all choosing to go into a career as a fashion designer for the most part so there hasn't been that emphasis on those industrial skills as much as there was in the past. So there's been a real lack of training programs. I spent a couple years trying to look into. What are the training programs How could we put something together? Is there a factory that would loan their space in the evening or could we do it at the high school? Fit's labs are so oversubscribed. It's very difficult to schedule. Training programs they are for adult learners. So got introduced to Libyan heard about the training that she had developed and we were really excited to put some funding toward that to be able so so that she could train more people and fill more of those open roles. Lisa helped us get sixteen new machines which is
"lease organization" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Issue latest stories biggest form for talking about what matters let's take a mistake now live from the fed ex love studios at radio city this is this team's giphy shad good morning Wisconsin part number on this Tuesday first of all thanks congrats to Jeremy from Waukesha he is our for ten home game winner is that good news Martin Martin Moore joining me in studio he won home and garden show tickets Wisconsin right show if you've never been with all my god you want if you own a house if you if you live in an apartment probably yeah not a advantageous meant to go to but it's their cell phone gets the best of the best and you can see all the cool ideas that you always wanted to do at your house yeah probably never will of those identity I've stolen ideas from some of the of the lawn and garden for us you know just kind of put my backyard my wife and I I'm in a I'm I'm switching it up because I was away Jan Jan every time I'm I do the knights or the show and I said me and my wife which I 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pros on on this issue which is you know pandemics do you see at the White House they've served presidents of both flavor yeah the Democrats I trust what they say I'm I don't fear science if you're a person of pure science of places in stations you go listen to where that's their common theme not here this isn't one of those things we talk about technology and you're not going to make the case that the rise of the Colbert nineteen pandemic could actually in some ways hygiene improves public safety improve public health let's make that case all absolutely I agree one hundred percent so what we're saying it now I'll tell you first hand we're seeing it with companies like the company I work for good karma suggesting we need to be better about hygiene in our building yeah don't wash their hands more often using hand sanitizer not sharing laptops and and desktops cleaning my cleaning microphones clean my the come through the the studio absolute all the gas exactly anyone could be a carrier everyone you could be a carrier all the people you meet but you just think about all the stuff you touch door handles in door knobs and pencils into sharing a computer keyboards and all kinds of things that you touch and then you think about okay so yeah wash your hands you some hand sanitizer and then it what it was ninety nine point nine percent of us do we pick up our phone the let's start with that well indeed be sanitized by white my phone down with like a wet one every night you too yeah which is it just makes sense yeah I could probably do it more often than not even does anything our wetlands disinfectant yeah I thought so yeah yeah I just use like like paper tussle or like George give me a call we're looking at like a diaper things out of my argument a lot what ones are for cleaning yeah I mean yes if you have children young children in can you wait for the bus when you're like oh yeah absolutely okay but they can also be used as a job for me that was one thing that I didn't really it's one of those things that you are hypersensitive about or you didn't even think about is like the germs on your phone because you think about how ubiquitous using a phone and like the the bathroom or when you're when you're cooking think about your cooking if you wanna look up a recipe for seven years and wrote touching raw chicken and raw beef or something like that and then just grab your phone and yeah you wash your hands but you cross a Petri dish installed this article is is super interesting about how apple saying it's okay to use disinfectant wipes on phones all these other companies are saying yeah the book's impact your phone what's the downside you had a clean phone zero an Afghan desktop exactly it's just something that I never even thought about and now I'm going to be hyper aware and sensitive yes so other question for all you guys is I mean I can mortgage talking Texan eight five five six one six one six twenty have you change your behavior are you doing those things are you not shaking hands are you wiping down your phone your desktop at work are you doing the things that all these experts are telling us telling us what to do and the last thing kind of on the technology side and how it's impacting airlines yes no news yesterday this is this was the the big ones I was an article that I found on the A. B. C. news about how American airlines and other airlines are cleaning their planes in response to the new outbreak so I mean can I say how they look how into your to that one right because that's one of those things that like when I I you know I travel a lot you know in so we fly a lot and it's one of those things where you get an airplane or you go on a train or something like that you look at the head rest and you're like boy I'm assume they wipe them down but do they weigh him down I would assume he wiped down the you know the arm rest and stuff like that and everything that people touch the tray tables but do they really currently they were given to come a quick you know yeah yeah yeah quick overview and then not really doing that enough thing now they're they're doing all kinds of things beyond what you'd exited to plea would have expected yeah someone read this American Airlines of responded to the spread of the new culverted nineteen by stepping up their cleaning and sanitation procedures in addition to regular procedures airlines like American Alaska and delta are gonna deploy extra hand sanitizer measures for the flight crew of other gonna focus on more areas of the cabin with a touch more frequently such as arm rests seat belts tray tables overhead controls and compartments including air vents on the buttons for the light switch the call buttons the buttons for the little HVAC thing about door handles to the laboratories other gonna pay more attention to that stuff or start cleaning it and that was kind of what creep me out is that are they not cleaning that stuff do you think about all every overhead compartment the the handle and all that stuff there's no way to clean all that right now but you know this from your own home there's cleaning and then there's clean yet right you're you're going to do the superficial of now every couple days kind of white services down yeah and then you have either have somebody do it yet yeah well as Molly made that comment or you really dig deeper down any scrubbing the floor clean the bathroom yeah that's cleaning yes I'm I'm encouraged by even in the midst of this cold mid nineteen scare that were leasing organizations companies and leaders say look we can all do better at this stuff maybe this is an opportunity here get a little cleaner get a little safer yeah the big question is will it last I think it might yeah I suppose it doesn't cost a lot of money here's another one I've done some just taxing right down your steering wheel of your car if you have multiple drafts that it that is one that I became a little aware of a few years ago I was wiping out my steering wheel because again you think about all the stuff the your touch and yeah you'd wash your hands and use hand sanitizer but it's kind of a relevant when you go back to just daily touching steering wheels and doorknobs and phones and all the stuff that is not it is not clean well here's the other side I've got a lot of these and I I appreciate there's there's a difference of opinion on this stuff and and you know also here's the bottom line we're gonna find out how how serious this is now we have another confirmed case in Wisconsin today for the two six two I've always wash my hands regularly aside from that I am not concerned not changing my normal routine because of this hypersensitive mass hysteria there's a lot of people think that here's the thing again I have talked about this I talked on the night show last week and we talk about on the show last week a lot of I think we're doing a really good job at least in this country of kind of containing this this virus but I think the people what people don't understand is up if this thing it becomes like a major epidemic it's a problem of the mortality rate of this thing is approaching like three percent and so you know you hit you hear an argument for a lot of people all and think how many people die from the flu thirty thousand people or something like that you don't were freaking out over you know twenty thirty people dying from covert nineteen the thing is early stage in this country is the mortality rate is like point zero one percent of the flu nineteen is three percent so if it gets to flu levels we're not talking a couple thousand or tens of thousands of people come on millions of people that could die and not just the elderly and the young and people gather difference also is unite many of these older ones have vaccines are ready and and then the traditional fluidized down once to the cold weather down and not not with us we don't know that that that's the case with this yes we'll have to see so lot of interesting dialogue back and forth last text before going to break gas nozzles at gas stations talks and all that stuff that's outside with the cold weather would affect her ruining gas stations listener form actually tomorrow I'm gonna bring on a medical professional talk about some of the real real life scenarios are items you touch in the store but you you're going to call you're going shopping for your kids well the story yesterday my wife saw someone with with love Zayn medical rubber gloves in a store really shopping yeah see I wear gloves when I worked on cars for twenty years so that would yeah that's the key to grease off them be that with you this is your life.
"lease organization" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Now the Sabres looking to keep the winning ways going after winning Pittsburgh yesterday today the Winnipeg Jets so the opponent we'll hand things off to regenerate robbery in just about an hour from now right here on WGR and along the Sabres radio network what are the prospects everyone I'm rankles deal this is the public about the pre game show wanna thank Joe di Biasi for a fill in for me for the last week while I took a little time in the sunshine down south in Florida that got a chance to see the Sabres games for the most part and since spring training baseball which was some fun too but now we're back here and a day away from the NHL trade deadline that of course the big story of that'll engrossed the NHL talk over the next forty eight hours or so as of the Sabres get ready to play their last game in what likely will be at least someone's last game it is saber uniforms today here as a buffalo takes on Winnipeg coming up here all the pregame show we will have a blue gold locker reports that my car just beating earlier with Marcus Johannson and Michael for a legal have those interviews also Ralph Krueger meeting with the media just a few minutes ago we'll have that conversation as of the Sabres gets set to take on the Winnipeg Jets your today their only meeting in buffalo this year the sabers will continue their Western Conference opponents to finish up the month of February after today they'll play in Denver against the avalanche on Wednesday in Vegas against the golden knights on Friday night and then in Arizona Saturday against the coyotes before facing this same what effect team than to start off March for their lone meeting in Winnipeg buffalo's next home game will be on March fifth but that'll be gets Pittsburgh ironically enough the team maybe yesterday bye bye to to score if you missed yesterday's game the Sabres got off to a fast start fourteen seconds in Zambia's Gergen since scored his eleventh of the year Kyle Okposo said about that same right heard his twenty second of the year at six forty eight and then Jack Eichel on the power play a rounded out the scoring buffaloes up three nothing after one period of play at getting Malcolm had the lone goal for the penguins in the second and then Jeff Skinner getting off the snide hadn't scored since early December his twelfth of the year on a chip in from Marcus Johannson at five thirty nine of the third that gave the sabers of realized cushion and for one Eichel added another power play goal for his thirty fifth of the year I made five one in the mail can but in the closing minutes in garbage time put Pittsburgh up to two but it was a five two final for the sabers what did that do well like a buffalo they're twenty eighth win of the season twenty eight twenty five eight sixty four points in the Eastern Conference the Sabres getting a little help last night of the out of town scoreboard Toronto losing last night in a game that has been talked about quite a bit by the hockey world not necessarily for the results but for what went on with the hurricanes in the goalie situation we'll get to that here in just one moment the Sabres coming into today right now the closest playoff team is that maple leaf team of the third place team in the Atlantic the Leafs have seventy two points however Toronto has played two more games than the Sabres buffalo eight back if the savers can win what you'd put in as those two games in hand the gap goes down to four so today's game against Winnipeg with Toronto idle very crucial Montreal to ahead of buffalo but the Canadians have played three more games than the Sabres Florida right now six they had have also played an extra game than the saber so buffalo with games in hand can they do something with it we'll start here on the public about the pregame shows we bring Pamela Karlan Pat got our interviews will hear those and a little bit and spoke with Ralph Krueger just a few minutes ago good afternoon Pat good to see again Brian thank you god yes thank you thank you for you and Joe for fill it in yeah before we get to the saber talk since you're of course involved the Bisons broadcast at our sister station ESPN fifteen twenty I was excited to see some of the Bisons yesterday I was at the Yankees blue jays in Tampa our first time at starburst you'll it was gorgeous but all blot of familiar names that we saw last year start with the Bisons a Toronto led off with the shot in Visio and Guerrero rounding out there in the top four of their line up and then as the game went on we got to see many many of the Bisons that I had come to see last year get a chance to get make their spring training debut and even some guys like in a guy like Alejandro Kirk who came in to score later in the game for Toronto a catcher who potentially could be on the Bisons roster by the end of the season so it's always fun this time of year pitchers and catchers reported AFP a little over a week ago and out the games are being played it's exciting stop in yeah looking for till under fifty days fifty states to lower the home opener the opening days on the road this year but will start the season in Scranton in a pocket and then home on a Friday night against Rochester cell along a little ways away but it's not that far away yeah I was in the fort Myers fort Myers area for the week and went to the red Sox game against Northeastern University on Friday at JetBlue park another gorgeous facility if you are in the Gulf coast area during spring training time I mean those are two of the buttes to go to jet blue park for Boston and Steinbrenner field for the Yankees I know you're getting excited because you're gonna go get to see that Yankee facility got off in a few weeks from now yeah and there is even an opportunity if you go to the cactus league in in Arizona yeah yup you're maybe going to Sabres game next weekend against the coyotes they've got beautiful new facilities that if built with within the last ten fifteen years renovated even in in a kind of central location so maybe you're not a it maybe you're defending the team you're a fan of moved out to Arizona it's been a lot of exciting stuff being built out there as well and and a finish up here with the if you are a bison fan you're going to Florida you want to go see them and to need I know I was chatting with Ben Wagner before the game here the voice of the blue jays for voice the Bisons he has been put out a ton of videos about the new facility indeed the myth of the blue jays have made some major upgrades on it looks it looks great yeah they basically demolished the current stadium and rebuilt it from the ground up with the same foot print and a lot of money has been spent on that field in the minor league fields that are going in as well hi it's gonna be very impressive and I the the the home for for the foreseeable future for the blue jays so it's about a twenty minute twenty five minute ride from Tampa so you fly into the Tampa area and look for something to do Dunedin is definitely a a fun little town yeah there's a lot of baseball spring training sites within it may A. B. but our last drive of that Tampa area all right well I brought the sun back with me that it's beautiful out today I was sitting there saying all right I got a brace myself you're going from eighty two what usually is like ten degrees but now it's February almost fifty out here coming in today so the sun is out it's beautiful a nice day to come downtown here but the Sabres and the jets before we get to this game let's let's just get into what has been the the story of the day and last night in the National Hockey League and that is the story of David David Ayers the emergency backup goaltender who ended up being in net for part of the second and the third period for Carolina last night and after leading in the first couple of shots it looks like maybe it was going to be a a cool story going sour but it ended up being a dream come true for him as he of the hurricanes went on to beat the Leafs a team that he is essentially the Zamboni driver for for the H. L. Marlies team he's in the building he helps out a time being an extra guy the net for the Leafs and he went on to beat him last night they won six to three he's forty two years old what a cool story and if you're leaf fans today the alarm bells are going off that this season is gone it only myself but it's even going further south now yeah I was gonna be a cool story no matter what you you know every once in awhile you see the emergency goalie being used to think back to when Ryan Miller was traded an hour before a game here yep and the Sabres had to employ their emergency goalie is the back up that night it's always a neat story whether they're you know former collegiate player or former you know junior player whatever it is you know getting that opportunity just on the Jersey and and be in in uniform is neat but yeah and the fact that the Leafs really after scoring in the first two shots didn't test of all that much and if you know the third period it really could have gone south and it could've gone sour it would be a fun story but you don't Leafs were really give away two points on you know if the hurricanes credit for getting the win but also on you know just six of the highlights if you really feel like Serrano did not press the pace than it had missed a golden opportunity yep so I know there's been a lot of discussion about whether or not the league should have some sort of different system in place Brian Burke appeared last night on the hockey in Canada broadcast he's call that embarrassment that that had that and H. I don't see this he wasn't calling David Ayer's enterprise me was calling the situation and it and the system of the league has employed as an embarrassment I tweeted out with Brian Burke said in the broadcast listen if you want to check it out at Brian WGR Marty brown responded your said Roth responded as well some former sabre goalies Marty saying he sees his point he's like what if it goes the other way what if he when he lead in the first two shots what do you what's in the next five right all of a sudden Leafs win like twelve to six or something like that yeah it doesn't look good your etcetera said he didn't like the system either he thought to be better to maybe have one of the skaters on the team who might have gold experience from maybe their high school days or you know junior days or something like that throw on the pads up like they do in soccer I mean maybe a little different with all the equipment how that has all played out a because it takes awhile probably get them already but anyway some goalies and some people chiming in whether or not maybe the legal look into having a change it usually happens to be what it once or twice a year at most yeah season so I don't know if it's if it's that bad pressing if it happened in a playoff game that could be something that people would know but I think what you could have three goalies for a playoff yes wrestling I don't think I'll ever get to that point the still like a play the situation to was the injuries happened so early I mean David Ayers had to ski for simply thirty minutes angle yesterday you know for almost half the game so usually see at least you know maybe maybe a late game situation because how often do to local tenders maybe one has the flu or something but how often did you get hurt or or enable it to continue in the game I mean it's it's an interesting you know do you do you expand your roster and allow for an extra player just in case you know what what do you do it other than have that emergency player as your your third goalie essentially almost like that the emergency quarterback in football if you're if you only have two quarterbacks active for a football game I use in the the comparison who who played quarterback in high school who is a former you know whatever in college so it's tough because I understand Brian Burke saying incident I'll I'll go with the point of I could have seen maybe where it could have been a tough spot of the fact that he's essentially employed by the lease organization I mean you drive the same body from.
"lease organization" Discussed on Secret Societies
"And yes. There were visitors. If Dash would had hoped that tales of ritual human sacrifice and satanic black masses would keep the public away then his plans backfired spectacularly by seventeen eighty one mystics thrill seekers and the merely curious descended on Med momentum hoping to catch a glimpse of the notorious Hellfire club and their secret ceremonies. A tourist industry sprang up as people from the surrounding villages. Lead paint customers on guided walks across the states. Perhaps fearing sticky fingered sightseers dash would or the other former devils removed all of their sacred objects pornographic materials and artworks from the caves. Under Minimum Francis. Dash would survive for about a decade longer than his organization but its final years were haunted by the group's practices literally in the Seventeen Seventies. Rumors began to swirl that former devil and record keeper Paul Whitehead's Ghost had been spotted flitting through trees or peaking out the windows of Dash Woods home members of dash woods own household claimed they'd spotted the specter at the West Wickham states in November of seventeen eighty one. Perhaps he was there to call his seventy three year. Old Friend. Francis Dash Home Dash. Who was seriously ill when the ghost was cited and he passed away on December eleventh but even Dash Woods. Death couldn't keep the Hellfire club down for long later that very year it was symbolically reborn as the Phoenix Society. The dining club was founded by dash woods nephew. Joseph ultrasound the Phoenix Society was considerably more reserved than the Hellfire Club. They gathered regularly for dinner but didn't engage in orgies or demonic rituals nevertheless it's charter specified that it had been founded to honour dash would even though the Phoenix societies meetings were designed to be more demure at least one death was recorded at one of their gatherings most likely of alcohol poisoning. The Phoenix. Society still exists today in the form of the Phoenix. Common Room. A dining club operating out of braise knows college but it isn't the only extent secret society to trace its lineage to the defunct London Hellfire Club other sister branches sprung up throughout the late. Eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries information about these other clubs is generally even sparser and more intriguing than the stories about its predecessor but a few shocking and salacious rumors suggest that the Hellfire club's most outrageous behaviors were continued by its offshoots legends. Imply that an Irish Protestant named Thomas. Buck Whaley started a new hellfire. Club near Montpellier Hill close to the side of the very first Dublin Chapter Way Lease Organization is alleged to practice. Cannibalism and burn down Catholic Cathedrals. Just for the fun of it. Another supposed revival club was founded by the romantic poet. Lord Byron Much like the devils who came before him Byron loved to shock and scandalise his readers. He believed in God but rejected church. Authority and according to rumors dabbled in secret societies and in Satanic Worship The London Hellfire Club was probably defunct. The time vibrant reached young adulthood in the early eighteen hundreds. It's unlikely there were any remaining chapters. But according to historian Geoffrey Ashe Byron may have tried and failed to launch his own branch given the scarcity of information about any offshoots beyond the London chapter. It's difficult to say with certainty. How many there were how long they functioned when they disbanded or even if they ever existed we can surmise that the lack of records after the seventeen hundreds mean the Hellfire club is no longer functional today. But we can't be one hundred percent certain there's good cause to believe this organization simply died out by the start of the nineteenth century. The cultural factors that had led secret societies to proliferate tamp them down the American French revolutions established democracies that guaranteed freedoms of speech and religion. England and Germany kept their monarchy's but installed parliaments elected by the people change swept across Europe as ordinary citizens gained political power for themselves. Social reformers. No longer had to meet in secret to discuss their ideals but as we discussed last week eighteenth century secret societies weren't solely havens for the intellectual elite. Many aristocrats. Join these organizations. The social standing they offered but the industrial revolution led to new social orders with new signifier of wealth and power clandestine meetings and club houses or secret. Tunnels were no longer trendy. They were passe. But that doesn't mean that every enlightenment era secret society died out after all the freemason still operate today albeit in a very different context than that in which they were formed and while the Hellfire club's seemingly shut its doors forever. It's principles lived on. That's in part thanks to modern. Philosophers like Alister Crowley Crowley was born in eighteen. Seventy five and spent his adult years writing about witchcraft. And Sexual Hedonism like the devils. Who came before him? He delighted in scandalizing the public rejection of religion. And embrace the occult. He even nicknamed himself the beast and the wickedest man in the world in the early nineteen. Hundreds croly dabbled in several secret societies including the freemasons and Golden Dawn. He like Francis. Dash would was outspoken. In his criticism of conservative Christian values curly was born a century too late to join the Hellfire Club but his fascination with occult knowledge and Secret Societies. Allowed him to uncover their philosophies and resurrect their belief systems. He frequently publicly repeated his personal motto do as Thou wilt the English translation of the Latin Commandment Dash would hung over the entrance to the minimum caverns. It's unclear whether croly specifically discovered the motto during his study of Dash would society or if he and the devils were inspired by the same earlier philosopher. He was also friends with Gerald Gardner who cults listeners will remember as the man who founded modern WICCA. It's widely believed that croly heavily influenced gardeners beliefs and might even have penned an early draft of a charter for gardeners confident. His writings also influenced later. Religious thinkers like l Ron Hubbard founder of scientology as well as Anton L- Avai who established the Church of Satan on April thirtieth nineteen sixty six when he was thirty. Six like early. Devils fill-up Kookaburra. Richard Parsons Earl of Ross. And Francis Dash would lavar didn't really believe in Lucifer instead. He used the figure of the devil as shocking symbol for his opposition to church. Authority levay published the Satanic Bible in Nineteen Sixty nine in which he outlined an ethical humanist philosophy by which a person could do good work without deferring to divine might or worldly powers the book was only satanic in so far as it taught its readers to reject parochial social values. Laver's advocacy bore other similarities to the Old Hellfire club's like Dash. Would he knew that he could draw attention? By shocking the world so he made several satanic claims that have since been disproven like that. He played the devil in Roman Polanski's Rosemary's baby today groups like the Church of Satan or wiccan. Covens can blur the line between religion and protest movement shock tactics or a valid means to make political point as well as a way for group members to craft their own counter cultural identities. And all of this is due to the groundwork laid by the devils and other secret societies of the era ultimately the twenty-first century world is fundamentally different from the era of enlightenment. Monarchy's are no longer the dominant political system in Europe. The Catholic Church is no longer the authority on art and scientific breakthroughs but many of the same battles the devils fought rage on although nations like the United States have a legal separation of church and state. Many secular Americans fear that Christian leaders have undue influence over the government this best encapsulated in ongoing religiously motivated legislation that attempts to inhibit LGBTQ. I A rights or a two thousand fifteen case in which an Oklahoma courthouse displayed a replica of the Ten Commandments until the Supreme Court required them to remove it. Protest groups have repeatedly used the trappings of Satanism to push back against these religious incursions or to test the limits of the First Amendment which protects the free practice of all religions so long as individuals face religious discrimination. They'll find ways to pursue their work in secret so long as Christian hegemony silences descent secular or progressive. Activists will find ways to push back and so long as young trolls. No they can get a reaction out of their anti religious demonstrations the hell fires will burn on.
"lease organization" Discussed on What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy
"Take this and go into the House of Commons. We got everyone coming back on Monday. What did the Conservatives now need to do with all that's going on with the leadership race and folk turn to the focus in the House of Commons leaning to fulfil their role as the official opposition Mister Trudeau Trudeau has set out today. a guiding light of whatever he's talked about it yesterday compromise and consultation and sunshine China blue skies. I think it was a wash. Rinse repeat of his two thousand fifteen caucus Message before the house comes. Got Back to work after the last election It'll it'll it'll remain to be seen whether he actually follows through on that Make sure that Piece of legislation or piece of policy. Also that are trying to be put through the comments that the Conservatives may have legitimate gripes against that they hold it up with every tool in the in the opposition toolbox box in a in a minority parliament and And get through really truly. Just get through to the end of June when a new leader emerges Don't don't don't break anything. Don't break anything. You breakage. Bought it true that Jeff. So we have the leadership race with the Conservatives Neal's neal's At vices to just stay the course until June twenty-seventh what do the liberals now have to do as government Coming into this Correct that's a good rule to follow for all all government activity. I guess so coming into this week so it's back to school season And I think members from all caucuses got a little taste of things in December but I would just call that a little taste of things that was a a flash in the PAN for a a couple of days. Everybody was still very fresh off the election. So now we're into the real now we're into the real school year And so a couple of things one they we have a throne speech at Sylvia's be passed. That confidence vote. We all seem to sort of forgotten about it but we'll be I believe probably priority number one. They have to finish debate on that before they can move on much else And I think it just begs the question. We all have a presumed outcome The block of made their friendly noises But that was also almost two months ago and so I'm just curious to see whether that debate takes a weird turn Or whether it just continues and finishes as expected so people can get on other issues. The legislative docket is not going to be happy. Can't be happy for for reasons. I think our listeners understand which is if you put a bill on the table you lose control of it so you better have your ducks in a row in terms of WHO's going to support it or you're pretty darn close with some amendments that you might make once it's on the table but you need to know that a bill isn't just going to take on a life of its own and then pass it a form that you don't like as the government because it it got hijacked by other people's interests So legislatively. You'RE GONNA see very few which means house won't have a whole lot of debate. I don't think actually I think they're going to be quite thin on those things. I'm curious whether there'll be more recesses and stuff which people might actually get behind wind because the other thing. That minority parliament does put butts in seats and And just you know our listeners. Speaking from some experience and working in the in the beginning minority thirty years and then -tario serving cabinet ministers in those capacities. I had a boss WHO's ministerial office was five blocks away from Queens Park and that he didn't set foot in Senate for a year and a half except after seven PM. Because we simply could not do a stakeholder meeting we couldn't do we can sign. Correspondence couldn't brief the minister on on subjects. Unless it was coffee shop nearby that you guys could meet. It was in the lot it was in the line of the legislature Or if we were lucky and I know West blocks is a little short on these things that meeting room nearby so members and ministers are going to have to get a new way of operating that they may not be used to after a term my majority government. I think that applies opposition members as well because they got to be in the seats to and for ministers. It's a little bit more difficult because ministers have obviously additional duties in a regular member And when you're in a minority and you need to make sure that the all this is coming from a place where you can't have any websites you can't lose emotion. You can't have a bill. Bill voted down at bare minimum. It's just embarrassing. And you'll be you'll be criticized rightly for it for days or weeks to come absolutely so so you can't make that mistake because I mistaken either just embarrassing best-case scenario worst-case scenario can drop the government I think that's where the conservatives coming and trying to make sure that they're disciplined enough to actually actually accidentally caused the fall of the government. Same for the new Democrats or anybody else for that matter but this is a numbers game at the end of the day. It means that there will always have to be you just one more liberal member within fifty meters of the Chamber at any given time than there are opposition someone who watches it at allow me to figure out a WHO's who in the House of Commons because we'll see a lot more cam. I WANNA get your take. What is the new Democrats have to do coming in? Starting Monday I visited Democrats. It's one one of the big things it's going to be cutting through the din right now because being the fourth party it's trying to make. How do you stand out in the agenda because obviously the the conservative leadership race taking up a lot of the debate a lot of the area now in the room Nafta two point will become four. Parliamentary government's said they're going to do the ways and means motion on Monday in Jerusalem. The bill on Wednesday so that'll be relatively consequential in that. Debate comes forward. So what do you do to try to cut through and still try to advance your goals and we've got a good clue that yesterday The MVP DP announced they're going to be bringing forward a bill on national farm Macaire renounced stats going. Outside doesn't matter the point is that you're putting you're putting it on the agenda and they have a private member's spot in the first fifteen it'll come up right away and that will that will help push the trial would get their way through this. I think what's going to be interesting for them. How Oh you stay disciplined your own message what you WanNa do not get caught up when everything also tap? I think that's one of the hard things in a minority because things do just go sideways some things do get out of hand and it just part of the nature of the beast and I think Jeff's point about counting counting heads and making sure people butts in seats. I personally what I expect to see happen. I expect the government to be more aggressive at this point because they know they've got six months where the Conservatives are really gonNA wait not to bring down the government. We saw this with Mr Match. He became leader of in the last minority. Where the the Liberals put for this beautiful approach of we're GonNa vote against you just not enough butts in the seats to actually take you down? And and that spawned one of the greatest peace political satire in in history in my view of Rick Mercer bringing full Baptist choir singing back debt backing down and loving it. It was but that's what it was like. We're going to oppose you but not so far as to risk ourselves and when you tell the butts and seats piece that also one of my favorite moments in the house Back in two thousand nine One day one day in a house we notice that the Liberals had very few members actually in the House so pat Martin at the time raised raised up in the house and moved a motion to formally make Jack late and literally official opposition for the day and it nearly passed because the liberals were sent scrambling back into the room to stop it right but the fact is stuff like this can happen now as you kinda have to be on your toes and be well organized and yeah. If if you're if you're in DP and your position you have more power in that sense but you have to be dishes and how you use it. Yeah and some silly fun too. Who I think is what your example just highlights there will be those those silly fun moments and there will be the We're actually trying to put you over Put you over on something that you don't want to talk for both Mr Mr Blanchette it's continuing the momentum that they got in the in the election You know if we you can cast our minds back to the end of August. People were predicting the end EP. Getting zero seats and through the sheer power of Mr Personality which nobody had seen up until the election. Actually I don't think we'd see during the leadership but disappeared shortly thereafter. He whether he brought the party back from the brink of destruction. Or Not that I that I. That's probably too strong a phrase but again Mr Blanchette as well he You know the Bloc Quebecois always essentially gone and through a variety of whatever reasons as a some of it being his personality They became the third party and And for the Liberals going into this next Next section of this parliament arledge. He's caucus management It's been Eight years majority for for the Conservatives for for the Liberals There's a certain Lackadaisical equalness if I can say that of worrying about the what goes on in the House of Commons and what goes on your own caucus when there's a majority and there's no real fear of of losing anything anything Getting new MP's and new ministers accustomed and all the MP's and the minister oldness sorry experienced in peace and experienced ministers there's back into the mindset of every day counts. When you wake up in the morning you have to have your head on and and come to the House of Commons because there is the work work of governing to do which is maintaining an Blah with block? I think we need to keep very conscious. wiki pointed them as a wildcard. This whole setup. What they're gonNA do legislatively is going to be for me is going to be fascinating because naturally with to make someone who would oppose this Nafta bill coming up yet? Francois go formula goes where he said. Don't don't you dare you back off right and see so. They've always taken the approach while we follow the National Assembly. Well if the national do the buck the trend here do they. Not I think this to me is a real wild card. This whole thing which really is going to make it interesting to see how this how this parliament actually survives I was involved in a podcast yesterday with Another partisan group and the serve on the panel said. He was putting money on the next election. Being made you you know what was the block and how they operate I can see it because they're the ones who least want to go to an election have the the most to lose because they have the lease organization lease ability and frankly they're happy where they are and they have most wiggle room to actually make it happen because they the there are so many me thinks they can vote on that are very inconsequential to their voters. Just have to see. I'm looking forward to the mall coming back. I'm actually looking forward to hearing from all again. 'cause it's been quiet Royat. I mean just seeing the prime minister out and all that kind of stuff. So it'll be nice to see sheer in saying and launched in May everyone back in the House of Commons so that'll be exciting and learning all the new. MP's on a permanent basis..
"lease organization" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
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"lease organization" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"But this could be colossal to his career ends up sending sitting out a full year. And then let's say he gets moved to a team or now he's in a position where he has to be the offense of die because he's getting paid like the offense of guy. I mean this guy played quite a bit with Matthews, man. I mean, he only had fucking twenty goals last year that ain't that aint big boy money yet. Like, we're we're forgetting here like his numbers were good at sixty one points. But that ain't coming off your entry level deal. You're not getting a seven or above. Whatever dream boat. He's on. So this is not meant to be negative towards him. I can't stress that enough. This just has to be some type of reality. Check for this kid to understand. They you're not worth what you think you're worth. And that's being said by the fact that the team spend. Yeah, I think I mean this hasn't been really hard for dubious, but Kyle do, but he offices shown what you said business is what he's is probably saying to them is I'm not you're not breaking the Bank because we have plenty other guys that it's all going to hopefully fit line a little bit. You're Matthews a murder probably gonna get more. But still if he crushes it like, you said, you're screwed. So if they can't manage that cap, and they give Neil enter too much, and it sets the tone and everyone's asking for too much it falls on one guy, and it's the fucking GM. And he knows that he's got a set the tone now. And that's why this is happening. It's unfortunate for the lease organization. But hey when you draft so well and developed so well, you're going to eventually have to meet these types of situations. Sorry to drag. This one on boys. I just thought that it's you know, that we'll probably see it more in the future too. Probably overestimating they'll ever GE a little bit. Like, I said before the show the old man did the same thing a couple times Hello to few times. But you know, what would it could end up doing ripple effect could end up greeting Ross space somewhere. And who knows Jalen Ramsey might have a team to play for after a little bit of training. I mean, you guys saw passing in one t's not bad. I mean, we're going to have to get the two worst hood. What what a beautiful segue there. Those are. Great segue. He looks like just an athlete biz like his shot was actually good for the. I mean, he's never taken shop before. Right. Yeah. I was giving him tips. So you imagine if someone half decent was was teaching them how to hold the thing would have been a lot better. But dude, I don't know hockey. But you don't sound like you don't like talking about man. He's like you look like an asshole when you shoot in that book, but I can't stress enough. He was such an amazing guy him and his girlfriend came. We had such a blast. The the video came out just over six minutes long. You know, I it's it's a little. More PG than what I'm used to like to drop bombs, and I'm a little more, vulgar and stuff that I get to do. But, you know, of course, at the NHL, the, you know, it's a little bit PG thirteen in more for families. But hopefully, everyone enjoyed it and got a few laughs out of it. And I'm looking forward to doing more, and hopefully, we can incorporate some more celebrities via that'd be nice, maybe can get Mikey's mouse to a ranger game or something he just ran out of my room, boys. So I think we think we might listen to us for long enough. He's like give me the fuck out of here, my roommate's problem. Now. Did you guys get to see that video of PK sue ban just laying into that guy from Colorado sterile that was those pretty good? It was adorable. Right. Yeah. The door of he's not terrible. Always a decent player. It was a great shirt. Because even if he's not terrible people are just dying laughing. Got it. I can't imagine much much people out east know who's the door of the hill murders people. They'll kills people Hiller truck. Grenell wanna play that audio. So the listeners can hear any case they missed it..
"lease organization" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"Then how you helping business overcome these challenges. Yeah. I mean, I I mentioned this earlier. But but we we are really putting software. I to what we like to say is is centralized comprehend in control. And these really words that that we live by so whether it's a new customer, or if it's a customer that's looking to to bring on additional connected vices. You know, the first thing we're going to do is it centralized. All the devices in their ecosystem into our software platform. And once that happens, we then become trusted hub for everything that is considered a connected device. And like we talked about earlier that definition of a connected device certainly has has grown over the last few years. Once we know what you have. We can then start giving you insights into what that really means. And that's not just what that means from a cost perspective. But it's also what does that mean from a security perspective, you know, talking earlier, but I t- what does it mean for to make sure all your devices have the current firmware? What does it mean to make sure that all the devices that should have MDM's lash UEM, the ear wash mobile aren't massively sixty making sure that all devices that do have it or should have do have it. What does it mean from an inventory standpoint, even from a program standpoint? So that that perspective gives our customers then the ability to control, which is the last piece of that. Triangle control in me. Energies elements themselves, and like I said, this is all done through the Moby software. We've specifically built it over really almost a decade. I hate to say it than that long. But we really we've been we've been iterating it for over a decade for these this specific tasks and for this intensificiation in this growth of these connected devices. Now, I also read recently how you've created something called Mobile's which signing credibly co to extend paypal's existing teams actually allows to free. I'm -ployees if those repetitive time, consuming tasks and actually put multi-mm` back into that ice. Can you expand Olmecs something credibly coup? Yeah. I mean, we're we're very excited about the five mobile apps that we have a hate to say, we're proud of them. But almost like a like a son or daughter, but one of the actually named after my daughter, so I'll go so far as proud of them, you know, as we were looking at our own business a couple years ago. It interesting that I was telling you earlier about how how our customers. Previously were having this scale with people to support these devices. Well, we really found ourselves in a similar situation. Even having the software we still had to scale our business with people to support all the transactions that were coming in especially when we had interface with systems that that didn't have any type of API access. So we decided to take a step back and figure out. Well, how can we continue to scale with software, and that's where where the five mobile apps have come into play each one those have an individual task within our organization. So one of the examples called Mikey Mikey is actually named after an intern and Mikey's job. Mikey the interns job was to go through on a schedule and poll in all of the carrier bills for all of our customers and bring them into the software and he had a pretty rigid scare pretty Rachel rigid. Calendar follow. And and so that was his job every day is would go in and log into seventy five different curious systems, pull down the data. Bring it into Moby well that certainly doesn't scale, but it's also a very monotonous job of just doing that. So we've been able to build a bot that replicates everything that Mike was doing, and we eliminate the risk of of you know, the the knowledge that Mikey head in his head is now actually translated into software. So if he misses a day at work, or or or lease organization, we aren't having to to miss a beat in terms of bringing all that data in another one of our mobile apps is Johnny Johnny is our processing body. It's probably the one. I'm most excited about today. He has gone from from zero to two handling fifty seven percent of our global transactions over the last eighteen months, that's has of September of two thousand eighteen. So this is nominally allowed us to scale in terms of getting data from the movie software into the third party system. But we're also completing them much quicker because they're they're done instantaneously and. Hundred percent accurate, and that's erase guardless of if there's an API available or not which which most of the time when you're dealing with third party. They don't have API. They have limited API's in that starts decreasing rapidly. When you start talking about a global scale, so for us, this is really been transformative for our business. I've actually had as many talks with our customers about how we've been able to utilize this type of technology within their own businesses as as I have the talking with other parts of mobility customers are very excited about this concept. Excellent. That one of the reasons I did invite you on the show by called the show today was went up at Rosie will join you existing family of Mobile's to help customers optimize mobile. Spend a believe it like you said Rosie Jones the family of four existing Mobile's. Audrey Joni also, an Makki who deployed back in December last year of left with so many questions though. I mean, all you secretly planning on taking over the world with the family of robots is whatever happened to my humid. Two. Any new additions on the horizon. And if the as what about nail free.
"lease organization" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"To the customers or that enterprise ecosystem. So you know, we're we're seeing that. Evolution being really driven by the creep of consumer devices and into enterprise, integrating sample is thinking about virtual reality. You know, really started from a from gaming standpoint. But now enterprises are using them within their own ecosystems to to manage all sorts of different interactions in in logistics, or certainly in in health care. So this trend really started with with the introduction of the iphone in executives bringing that into the enterprise and now coming coming really from from all different ends. So, you know, we had one customer, for example, we started managing their traditional mobility devices the four years ago, and they had about six thousand devices today, they have ten times that amount as they've deployed all sorts of different devices throughout their organization. So it is incredibly important companies. But certainly also getting more and more difficult to to. Those properly. So we did mention it come become placated and particularly complicated to manage profitably. So can you share with at least miss y so complicated, especially when it comes to deploying and managing these devices, which is just so many on the Cape growing all the one virtual roof. Yeah. It's interesting because we've done some market research, some studies just even talk to our own customers, and it seems to be that that after about eight hundred connected devices, you're gonna start needing more than one person to manage those devices. And and if you think about a connected device now being a much broader definition, not just talking about eight hundred phones. Now, you're talking about you know, tablets and sensors and and wearables it just throwing people at the problem is not the solution. So that's where it becomes very cost prohibitive. Not only are you spending. A lot of people on on rear sight. You spend a lot of money on resources. But you're also not giving them the right tools to manage those properly as well. So you missing things like like optimizations of spend and not only that optimizations of spend wanted happened. But it's also proactive optimization of spend in other words, preventing that that costs from happening, you know, preventing that that six figure international roaming, Bill from ever happening because of having knowledge that that person is is going on that trip and being able to be proactive about not only changing the way that they are devices configured also educating them in how they should be using that device. So all of that really starts adding up, and it just too complicated to manage with excel. So that's really been been the big difference for us coming in terms of utilizing software instead of utilizing people software scales as the program scale, people, you have to have people you have to scale through through hiring more people. They didn't say that long ago. Oh, I tell you provided a new employee with a laptop and a smartphone an account to Logan wave and that was a joke doom. But like you said a few moments guy, we now have laptops, desktops, tablets, web, doubles and census note, just bring your own device actually into this position. I mean, not exhaustive. I even further so other businesses you speak with Stephen to manage these influx of devices. They really are especially when you mentioned things like OT where you have so many different vendors, offering solutions someone especially in large enterprises, you'll have different business units that are are deploying these but not applying them in uniform way, and certainly you have turnover with an organization nobody knows where these all are. And it's one thing that sort of paying a phone or or call called device and understand where it is nothing to figure out where these thousand sensors we've now deployed a lot of them to are oftentimes being deployed in kind of the realm of shadow IT where they are really bringing in a Nike organization, they're being deployed by the business who thinks it's a good idea. It probably is a good idea. But it's very hard to get in front of those. And and when you start thinking about all these sensors all these vices getting deployed out within within the enterprise, you know, each one of these have the potential. To have company data on them or access to the company network on them. So not getting in front of this problem has much bigger implications than just the idea of not understanding, where's my inventory of devices are whereas my fend of devices. It also has a pretty big security implication to it. And if you don't know where all these devices are or even who's managing all the devices things, like even even simple things in terms of keeping them compliance from keeping a compliant from a from a firmware security update standpoint, Ken Starr, causing real headaches with an organization so that Moby, then how you helping business overcome these challenges. Yeah. I mean, I I mentioned this earlier. But but we we are really putting software. I to what we like to say is is centralized comprehend in control. And these really words that that we live by so whether it's a new customer, or if it's a customer that's looking to to bring on additional connected vices. You know, the first thing we're going to do is it centralized. All the devices in their ecosystem into our software platform. And once that happens, we then become trusted hub for everything that is considered a connected device. And like we talked about earlier that definition of a connected device certainly has has grown over the last few years. Once we know what you have. We can then start giving you insights into what that really means. And that's not just what that means from a cost perspective. But it's also what does that mean from a security perspective, you know, talking earlier, but I t- what does it mean for to make sure all your devices have the current firmware? What does it mean to make sure that all the devices that should have MDM's lash UEM, the ear wash mobile aren't massively sixty making sure that all devices that do have it or should have do have it. What does it mean from an inventory standpoint, even from a program standpoint? So that that perspective gives our customers then the ability to control, which is the last piece of that. Triangle control in me. Energies elements themselves, and like I said, this is all done through the Moby software. We've specifically built it over really almost a decade. I hate to say it than that long. But we really we've been we've been iterating it for over a decade for these this specific tasks and for this intensificiation in this growth of these connected devices. Now, I also read recently how you've created something called Mobile's which signing credibly co to extend paypal's existing teams actually allows to free. I'm -ployees if those repetitive time, consuming tasks and actually put multi-mm` back into that ice. Can you expand Olmecs something credibly coup? Yeah. I mean, we're we're very excited about the five mobile apps that we have a hate to say, we're proud of them. But almost like a like a son or daughter, but one of the actually named after my daughter, so I'll go so far as proud of them, you know, as we were looking at our own business a couple years ago. It interesting that I was telling you earlier about how how our customers. Previously were having this scale with people to support these devices. Well, we really found ourselves in a similar situation. Even having the software we still had to scale our business with people to support all the transactions that were coming in especially when we had interface with systems that that didn't have any type of API access. So we decided to take a step back and figure out. Well, how can we continue to scale with software, and that's where where the five mobile apps have come into play each one those have an individual task within our organization. So one of the examples called Mikey Mikey is actually named after an intern and Mikey's job. Mikey the interns job was to go through on a schedule and poll in all of the carrier bills for all of our customers and bring them into the software and he had a pretty rigid scare pretty Rachel rigid. Calendar follow. And and so that was his job every day is would go in and log into seventy five different curious systems, pull down the data. Bring it into Moby well that certainly doesn't scale, but it's also a very monotonous job of just doing that. So we've been able to build a bot that replicates everything that Mike was doing, and we eliminate the risk of of you know, the the knowledge that Mikey head in his head is now actually translated into software. So if he misses a day at work, or or or lease organization, we aren't having to to miss a beat in terms of bringing all that data in another one of our mobile apps is Johnny Johnny is our processing body. It's probably the one. I'm most excited about today. He has gone from from zero to two handling fifty seven percent of our global transactions over the last eighteen months, that's has of September of two thousand eighteen. So this is nominally allowed us to scale in terms of getting data from the movie software into the third party system. But we're also completing them much quicker because they're they're done instantaneously and. Hundred percent accurate, and that's erase guardless of if there's an API available or not which which most of the time when you're dealing with third party. They don't have API. They have limited API's in that starts decreasing rapidly. When you start talking about a global scale, so for us, this is really been transformative for our business. I've actually had as many talks with our customers about how we've been able to utilize this type of technology within their own businesses as as I have the talking with other parts of mobility customers are very excited about this concept. Excellent. That one of the reasons I did invite you on the show by called the show today was went up at Rosie will join you existing family of Mobile's to help customers optimize mobile. Spend a believe it like you said Rosie Jones the family of four existing Mobile's. Audrey Joni also, an Makki who deployed back in December last year of left with so many questions though. I mean, all you secretly planning on taking over the world with the family of robots is whatever happened to my humid. Two. Any new additions on the horizon. And if the as what about nail free.
"lease organization" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"lease organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of robert half which is a specialize recruiter and he toys is discussed the need to equip of professionals with the right skills for a changing job market matthew thank you so much for joining us an interesting findings in your latest research share from somebody ceos at you have survey that saying that it's it's just getting more challenging to find these qualified i t professionals compared to about five years ago what it what is your take on all this i mean what really contributed to that in what went wrong essentially where thanks for your writing me into the studio so you're right i will it to serve as suggests thought ninety two percent off ceos find it more difficult to hire it qualified staff dc a compared to five years ago and one of the men driven factories that as technologies more embittered into day to day businesses and he's the heart of every businesses and economies moving very fast along with those businesses technology needs to be adapt as well as ask have sets so educators still have some difficulties to turn out en of it candidates in order to cope with the demands of organisations so you have a clear case where demand is outstripping supply but i'm i'm curious about the education system and how these factors into the equation is this kind of illustrative of of a failure on the part of higher education well sophon d d educators have done a m a gujral to engage in to dialogue lease organization and the government's he held a two to cool please m discus at gap in the markets so they have for example started to launch some parttime degree courses as well they have started to launch academies as well of center fixing and whose organization to cope with discu gaps isn't there in your research you were quoting singapore cio is is this something thoroughly see their or is this happening in the rest of the region as well well every what are we have all parisiens opts at will behalf we are experiencing some skied gap in some specific areas so if we talk about as disservice suggest his it is very difficult today to fine skillset tweeting it security all data and tcs artificial intelligence and in all major city where suffering from skin gap in those functions is the.
"lease organization" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Fertilizer and oil drips from cars still valentine and others say it certain the montesino mud contains a lot more than normal first rain runoff raw sewage household chemicals and heavy metals from the recent wildfire are all part of it but just how much is uncertain ben piddly is an environmental scientist with the nonprofit santa barbara channel keeper what we can say i think with some certainty is that the vast majority of what's being dumped on the beaches san and salmon from the mountains a few days ago lease organization began a battery of tests including one that measures biotoxin city we collect the big jr of the mud and we take it to a special lab that will take a particular species of aquatic muscle and though watched those organisms in the materials in the know compare how welders organisms persist compared to a clean sample of mine perilly's group will be posting all the test results for the public on its website with the hope that if the mud proves to be toxic to marine life county officials will reconsider their decision to dump it at the beach for npr news i'm stephanie o'neill in santa barbara county california and this is npr news 2017 was a big year for activism by women and this saturday the momentum continues one year after millions took to the streets for the first women's march on washington women across the us or again planning to come out for demonstrations and rallies we'll be covering events across california join me marie salah goes and john supposedto hosted the california report for alive one hour special this afternoon the california report special can be heard live at one.
"lease organization" Discussed on The Young Turks
"His damage because you're crying wolf and you're saying no the whole world is eighty symmetric everybody new zealand's 8070 this random pop singers anti semitic because they don't agree not what israel but with a right wing position in israel now lord is now random she's awesome but look you're right about that because it really does minimise real antisemitism which is alive and well today something that should be addressed something that should be talked about but if you decide that you don't want to hold your show in tel aviv because you don't like the way the israeli government is handling things with the palestinians then that is your right you shouldn't be forced to go perform somewhere or otherwise you're going to be deemed an anti semite in a fullpage ad you know mainstream publication that's absolutely ludicrous and by the way i did not forget about the twist to the story so jake you mentioned his backers his backers is but who are his backers well it turns out the rabbi the rabbi shmuel lease organization is funded by sheldon adelson and k and who do we know is a little questionable not little will but considerably questionable toward the jewish community here in the united states the all right okay steve bannon has been on the record saying that breitbart is you know the place where the all right have a voice well rabbi surely should probably dislike bannon but he doesn't in fact he has defended bannon after he was called out by the anti defamation league let me give you the details to that in 2016 a boy attack defended bannon from accusations made by jonathan green blat of the us anti defamation league who criticise bannon's appointment as a white house adviser saying it was a sad day when a man who presided over the premier website of the all right a looseknit group of white nationalist and unabashed antisemites and racists is slated to be a senior staff member in the people's house.
"lease organization" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Of extreme fire danger it much of southern california through tomorrow variety is reporting that pbs has suspended latenight talk show teva smiley amid misconduct allegations against smiley big year said in a statement that it quote has indefinitely suspended distribution of smiley produced by two us media and independent production company pbs engage them now side law firm to conduct an investigation immediately after learning of troubling allegations regarding mr smiley this investigation included interviews with witnesses as well as with mr smiley the inquiry uncovered multiple credible allegations of conduct that is inconsistent with the values and standards of pbs and the totality of this information led to today's decision pbs hired attorneys sarah taylor works of the firm m s k to oversee an investigation into smiley's behavior after receiving allegations of misconduct by smiley msk took reports from ten witnesses a mix of men and women of different races and employment levels in smile lease organization most of them former staffers and the investigation found credible allegations that smiley had engaged in sexual relationships with multiple subordinates some witnesses interviewed expressed concern that their employment status was linked to the status of a sexual relationship with smiley in general witnesses describe smiley as creating of.
"lease organization" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And we're going to war for the flows as brett anthony scaramucci has been a close friend of mine for many many years and i know him really really well it's we have almost most identical backgrounds he's been very successful on wall street and businesses and there's been so much speculation press false mostly falls as usual and he's a guy that had very humble beginnings worked his way up and the thing that i've always loved about him is he's a very very humble gracious person and you we saw that today in his first press briefing and oh let's go to the the cnn question protest the second lots of play that term with me ars errors relationship hi so i wanna i wanna speak for myself right now because it's my first day on the job i gotta get familiar with everybody get direction from the president but i had a personal and soon it with your lease organization and i thought i had a little while you know you guys said sunday that means totally unfair and untrue you've retracted initiative me an apology and and i accept the apology immediately and so for me i've never been a journalist but i have played a journalist on television you know he's the host wall street we for fox business is i have empathy for for journalists in terms of sometimes they're going to get stories wall up i sorta don't like the fake news and if he said to me that there's some media bias out there you want me to be as candidates i would like to be with you guys they're feels like there's a little bit of media bias and so what we hope we can do as deescalate data turn that around and less let them the message full of president get out there the american people bam boom that was a slam done any you know what i couldn't be that nice oh great issues about it and yeah cnn did after attract they did have to issue an apology in via they were wrong look i i don't think there's any doubt i think it this is why i have some sympathy and i've known sean spicer talk to him tonight it'll be on hannity but the reason i've always had sympathy for his job and i would get around.