23 Burst results for "Lockton"

"lockton" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"lockton" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Know you're happy. I know you love seeing me. I know you're taking care of but like do you understand any of this. And then i wanted to think about like how i would feel in his paws and the at i realized like if i was going to be as confuses him i'd have to be as an environment that would confuse me. I have to be on an alien planet at have to be like surata thinks that make no sense to humans and then i started to go through all all the ways of trying to address myself and getting in the way of of the aliens and so it became a simple story of like experiences of being the On a surface level at once we finish reading the book in. We're happy very happy. The story because emotionally. There's a really nice arc in this thing. That even me after i wrote it for a long time in redrew it for two and a half years when i held it in my hand and i read it. I remember kinda like clermont up at the end of the book. Like oh my god. That's really like i still hits me. And so it really works as a standalone emotional piece But then once we were finished with that mean staffer talking about staffers lockton Who helped did a polish on this and his writing the second one with me he and i were like you know. There's so much more of this humanity. You know what it means to be owned as a human being you know what not all pets have the same experience on this planet but a lot of stray animals and we wanted to copy onion back and really get into the further possibilities. You know and so that. Yeah we're excited to really explore that n. It's funny because as we started to put this out there some like the comments on the internet have been like what about slavery. What about freedom. And i'm like yeah no. We're aware aware and reminds me of the ricky..

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"lockton" Discussed on Because You Need to Know

Because You Need to Know

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"lockton" Discussed on Because You Need to Know

"Would you sabotage knowledge sharing within your organization and it's a really fun exercise to do mainly because people form coming up with negative so at least two birth things than they all closeted things. So what you do you get older stuff coming out. And then people yet goes. Oh yeah. I've seen some of that and then what you do your best to what we just i it so you just flip it through the officer and then things will get back so i i was. I was recommended. That is a great way. Because you're right. I think the the human framework is all about finding the negatives and the pain points is just easy. It's just up You know that's our comfort level to some degree and by planning that seed definitely opens up the brain pan to say. Hey you know if you can easily identify and usually that's how i've done it trying to introduce cam right. So they're like you know what it's easier. If i just tell you some maybe some pain points you may be familiar with like people go on vacation or they retire and didn't tell anybody or or or or which we have lots of examples off top of our heads of the issues that happen routinely in any part of any business structure. So yeah i love that idea. The sabotage while the sabotage is like pointing the finger. Set the problems and stay there to solve it. So i say are you complaining. You've stradey are you husking yourself. Why well if you have the answer together. If you hit dancer. I can facilitate this process in reality. Am in the law sector or outside in the sector. I think it regards facilitation also patient the especially in in business where that risk lockton like in law firms. So you have to convince them. Maybe you need more patient. And i also agree with heaven when they say that i at which intelligence is cool technology school. Let's start from the basic and bringer The fi- key points by five..

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"lockton" Discussed on Speaking of Bitcoin

Speaking of Bitcoin

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"lockton" Discussed on Speaking of Bitcoin

"Put a ton of fresher in the ends compromise was reached. I think is beautiful. Was this option for a speedy trial and as speedy trial is again to use the reference to legislature is unanimous consent voice. Call where basically you asked by voice vote. I wanted to give unanimous consent to proceed and that was speedy trial. It was like why force the miners if we don't know yet if they're going to try to filibuster so instead we're gonna do is. We're going to give the miners opportunity tax in good faith by doing very fast trial of signaling called speedy trial which will activates or not within a matter of three months and either the miners will play along. And if they don't we failed experiments and that we decide how to proceed with the implicit threats behind that how we will proceed will probably be a flag day. Activation effectively a user activated hard fork or soft fork to force this issue and in the end it was unnecessary in the second difficulty period of speedy trial. We got activated and lockton. And we're good either. The miners blinked or the miners. Were always on board and had no intention of filibustering but in any case we got a very fast activation and. I think that's will become the go forward model for doing activation 's in bitcoin. But there's also something worth mentioning here when it comes to semantics or word play which is at least in theory they call it a difficulty bomb which itself sounds contentious. The funny thing with semantics is if you ask. Someone does user activated soft forks ever result in a hard fork. And they'll say no and it's sort of funny. Even the name user activated saw fork is taking a position within the argument. Because if you're saying you want a restriction in rules than the people who don't agree with that weren't agreeing with the restriction and rules and so by proxy you're basically saying like it was a software. It wasn't a hard fork. Because the restrictions in rules was the appropriate set of rules and then by not restricting you have a higher rule set than what we have and so your heart forking but the proposal was restriction on rules not an increase rules. So it's like this dumps semantic where like if you talk to most of core and ask them if bitcoin cash was a hard fork or not. they'll say note was a software that resulted in a chain split. They wouldn't even use the word hard work. Yeah it's funny because the user activates fork in practices just as powerful but it just has a nice name it's almost as if the gun on the mantelpiece assad off shotgun but it said hello. Kitty brands pink color. It's kinda like in the debate where you can tell where someone sits if they say that they're pro choice or pro life because they'll use the antics of their option to define the other so it's like well you're anti-choice or you're anti life right and.

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"lockton" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"lockton" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"It's they're just to remind everyone that it's there and if you see it's enact one it might get fired in act three in the particular case of the uss near threats of firing. It's achieves the end goal and what's interesting is that we saw that play out and tap root again. We saw it play outs where the usf was effectively disguised in another parameter called lock in on timeout where the big debates for activation of tap root was between whether lock on timeouts or l. o. T. should be set to true meanings that the miners get a chance to activates. It's an if they don't by the time out of activation. It gets locked in any way or whether it should be false. And they don't gets activation now. That caused a big delay in the start of the activation and signaling process. But it also put a ton of fresher in the ends. the compromise was reached. I think is beautiful. Was this option for a speedy trial and as speedy trial is again to use the reference to legislature is unanimous consent voice. Call where basically you asked by voice vote. I want to give unanimous consent to proceed and that was speedy trial. It was like why force the miners if we don't know yet if they're going to try to filibuster so instead we're gonna do is. We're going to give the miners an opportunity to act in good faith by doing very fast trial of signaling called speedy trial which will activate or not within a matter of three months and either the miners will play long. And if they don't we failed experiments and then we decide how to proceed with the implicit threats. Behind that how we will proceed will probably be a flag day. Activation effectively a user activated hard fork or soft fork to force this issue and in the end it was unnecessary in the second difficulty period of speedy trial. We got activated and lockton. And we're good either. The miners blinked or the miners. Were always on board and had no intention of filibustering but in any case we got a very fast activation and. I think that's will become the go forward model for doing activation 's in bitcoin. But there's also something worth mentioning here when it comes to semantics or word play which is at least in theory they call it a difficulty bomb which itself sounds contentious. The funny thing with semantics is if you ask. Someone does user activated soft forks ever result in hartford. And they'll say no and it's sort of funny even the name. User activated saw fork is taking a position within the argument. Because if you're saying you want a restriction in rules than the people who don't agree with that weren't agreeing with the restriction and rules and so by proxy you're basically saying like it was a software. It wasn't a hard fork. Because the restrictions in rules was the appropriate set of rules and then by not restricting you have a higher rule set than what we have and so your heart forking but the proposal was a restriction on rules not increase rules. so it's like this dump semantic where like if you talk to most of and ask them if bitcoin cash was a hard fork or not. They'll say note was a software that resulted in a chain split. They wouldn't even use the word hard work. Yeah it's funny because the user activates soft fork in practices just as powerful but it just has a nice name it's almost as if the gun on the mantelpiece assad off shotgun but it said hello kitty brands pink color. It's kind of like in the debate where you can tell. Someone sits if they say that they're pro choice or pro life because they'll use the antics of their option to define the other so it's like well you're anti choice or you're anti life right. And so the funny thing about the way that they describe user activated soft.

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"lockton" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

04:43 min | 6 months ago

"lockton" Discussed on Bit Storm

"There's like a button in the armpit that you press that sort of an opens up you know exactly and again you can. You essentially can can discover this by just looking carefully at how things are connected and it might be. Oh wait those latched. They're in this position on the left side. Maybe there's one on the right side and you know that finds spend you open up another something like oh this is like the storage section for this cables more. It just opens up a little compartment in in there is like an audio plugging and like a palace. Which or something like that. And it's like oh this is going to go ahead and just gone hit for. I love the idea of especially in via you like plug some headphones into this thing and he just you know you're gonna hear and again unless like you powered it up correctly in the right ways you not gonna hear anything all you just going to here you know you. You may have unplugged. The you know like the us using the head like if you've disconnected the head then you're not gonna issue about when you reconnect head. Yeah yeah you just my screaming. Since we're doing they dive on this. What's the kind of in. What did you find out about this like who made it. How do you discover that. Are you like hook it up to computer like find log files and stuff or is it. I like the idea that this was an abandoning with it. Sort of this was an abandoned project. Okay and and they they never got working the scientists build the -nificant working but what they didn't realize that they were actually working. They just didn't have the motor functions to. Oh listen we actually were there. Fucking cyborg brain cycle lockton lockton finger or something like that. I like i just had a thought that you find out like okay..

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Cheryl Gray on Unhelpful Help

The Indigo Podcast

02:23 min | 7 months ago

Cheryl Gray on Unhelpful Help

"Well cheryl welcome to the indigo podcast. Yes we are excited to be here. This is awesome so we're really excited to talk with you about unhelpful. Help it's going to be a lot of fun. Yeah when i first heard this term unhelpful. Help my mind was just a wash with all the kinds of. Hey look man. Your helps really. Don't help me cash. So we're going to explore unhelpful. Help which is did you invent that term shero yes. We published the definition of unhelpful support. We call it unhelpful workplace. Social support or unhelpful. Help awesome eat so anyway. we're going to talk about. What is unhelpful. Help and why does it matter. We're going to talk about the emerging research on unhelpful. Help lead by one cheryl gray here on the episode and implications for people leaders and organizations. That's right so i think maybe. Just start off that first piece and discuss what unhelpful help is and why it matters but first off. I think it'd be fun to discuss. A little bit cheryl. How did you get into this area. How did this all evolved for you as a researcher. Yes so it actually all started when i was behind on a master's thesis so in my doctoral program were required to do some sort of big research project which we call a thesis to earn her master's degree and the first step is to come up with a topic that you're really passionate about and it was taking me quite some time to find that topic. That really spoke to me. And one day i was sitting in my lab and a colleague lockton who was an awesome super supportive colleague. And she says hey cheryl how are you. And i was honest and i said you know. I'm feeling a little discouraged today. Feeling down on myself. Because i'm behind on my master's thesis and she says cheryl i know you. You are so bright so hard working. I'm sure you're just being hard on yourself. How much have you gotten done. How many pages of your proposal do have written. And i pause. And i said well none and the conversation she says i knew but we both knew that in moment she just made me feel a lot worse

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Antone brings heat in push for Cincinnati Reds' rotation

Mo Egger

03:22 min | 11 months ago

Antone brings heat in push for Cincinnati Reds' rotation

"Reds played tonight and three hours against the kansas city. Royals perhaps not with these same amount of excitement as the night before her. Green and nikola delo pitched tj anton in relief last night against the dodgers and again that ended with a four four tie. I will admit to you. I get the purpose behind the rule that a team on defense can roll the inning over and basically ended prematurely as a fan. That's not much fun. Tony larussa has said as much. Tony larussa and i are on the same page about anything. That's saying something but above and beyond the outcome of the game which obviously doesn't matter. Tj antone pitch last night and he was phenomenal two innings. His fastball was ninety. Seven ninety eight ninety nine killer slider filthy curve five strikeouts two innings gave up. Just a hit. This is a guy who was a bit of a revelation. Last year made his major league debut with the reds early in the season started. Four games came in and relief and nine others and did a really really nice job. Here's david bell on what he liked from. Tj last night looks very lockton. Yeah maybe could've been the best basketball. I've seen include. Let's santa law so good last year. But his fastball of really good is everyone which means it just locked in a totally kind of grown accustomed to tj being very focused and determined so even those beverly in the spring doesn't surprise me at perching david bell last night talking about t j anto. I don't wanna make too much out of one. Spring training outing the didn't count. There is a lot of foolishness and doing that. But he is a part of a mix of guys who will ultimately answer one of the critical questions about the reds this spring. Which is who's gonna make up the back into the rotation right and even if he doesn't end up as a starter he could be a valuable member of a bullpen. that said goodbye to two quality. Relievers this offseason and rice laziest and archie bradley. But what role will tj antone bien after a good two thousand twenty. Here he is and what role he would like to be. Yeah i wanna start but wherever those. Tv's all right. Good short concise. It's the right answer. You don't get the sense just listening to that that he's going to be upset if he's not a starting pitcher but that is what he's been for most of his professional career one hundred and eleven appearances in the minor leagues one hundred and nine as a starter with different levels of success. I don't think there was anything about just looking. At his minor league statistical profile that would have suggested that he would emerge last. Year is valuable arm but he was. Era to eighty again pitched started four games when needed member wade. Miley had to miss some time. Sonny gray mr starr disc- he came out of the bullpen. Nine times and did a nice job. He'd really did a nice job last year. So now the question is does he factor into the mix a little bit more in the race to be the last starter.

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"lockton" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"Yeah when they when they switched to vaping full-time they consumption goes down for a while. But then it goes back. Well it sounds like for you. It's it's a more active thing. It's when you talk about sedation. A lot of times people think about being coach lockton. that's the old mindset of people who smoke is there stones and their slackers and they later on nothing but you're talking about kind of being more active and being able to dial in the effects of the turpin some can avenue and planning your own. Yeah hi yeah. I don't know how much of of the laziest thing is like. Preemptive if you wanna be lazy you wanna get high and be lazy as if you wanna if you wanna get high and be productive probably going to get. I envy productive Sativa has certainly helped me. You know i. I i wake and bake every day i usually wake up and i'll i'll make coffee in. Come down here and check my email and a few bowls before i i get active. But it's part of the routine. And i think the routine is probably more important than than the strain but for for certain I lean on sativa heavily. So i always have jack hair and lemon jack actually thirteen and When i when i was first starting to use medicinally i did have to be specific with temperatures like i would vape at three. Seventy three ninety. I would watch the dabs during the day. If i if i would have a sativa sativa dab during the day sometimes might get a little too paranoid something. My boss might ask me. What's going on. But keeping the temperatures realistic he totally be medicinal user. Alday onto the world probably wouldn't know any better. Yeah so you like the dynamite app in the crafty. They have the quality of materials like for a beginner. Would you tell them to look for a something with a glass airway or ceramic or you. Would you say look for hybrid or is pretty much discretionary. I know what you're looking for right. Yeah no nowhere. You're looking for and and really right. Now that that boils down to deciding if you want a session style vaporizer like a vaporizer that you pack abol with their point one and then vape on it for three to ten minutes as a session like you you sit down and you consume that that marijuana in several hits or if you want an experience where you you tackle in it once and go on your way maybe you come back and hit it again..

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Is Europe copying Victoria's lockdown strategy?

Coronacast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Is Europe copying Victoria's lockdown strategy?

"Say Norman. Let's talk about a place, which is now imposing a five Columba travel limit You can't go to the body shop anymore he conquered the beauty salons jeans I'm not talking about Victoria I'm talking about I land and it looks like pices in Europe adopting some USTRALIAN stall approaches to curbing coronavirus. Yes. Because despite all the complaints about lockdown in Victorian has unnecessary M- should. Just. Let it go climbing from some sources and how in complaining not letting up quickly enough lockdown is actually all you can do when it's getting out of control I mean as a Stralia being used as an example to the world or is this just best practice? No matter where you are let's talk about Ireland for a moment, which is a country that's got a smaller population than Victoria bending how you define. It is right about five million people in the past month if at seventeen thousand cases past week seven, thousand by yesterday twelve, hundred cases in a single day. So. That's getting pretty worrying from them and they they're locked on looks remarkably similar to victorious yet they're going into heights lockdown of his six weeks well, in Victoria. That wasn't long enough. Do you think they might extend it? Well, it's hard to say and it goes on modelling the Senate got more cases and more virus circulating and as we've said. Before on Corona, Cast University of Sydney modeling showed that for every day you delay lock tone when you're out of control, it's a week at the other end, which is one reason why Victoria has gone on a bit longer they try to ring-fence thirty six suburbs. It didn't work and that delayed things by a couple of weeks and we've probably shortened it by lot. At, the end effect on that but that's engine. Now the sorted out and the hopefully, we'll get done very levels, but it depends on how much virus there is around week or so ago a senior person at the W. H. O., the World Health Organization was saying lockdowns shouldn't be the primary way that countries control Khurana, virus, and that sort of headline went out. And I think a of the new Scott got in it because we are seeing countries using lockdown and it can be effective. So where's the? Where's the nuance here? So that's certainly not what was being said last week courting the World Health, organization and we for Monday's synthetically report I interviewed Dr Dave Navarro. Who's in fact, the same health official he's professor of public. Health. Imperial College London and his Special Envoy to World Health Organization on Covid Nineteen, and he feels that he's been misrepresented his view is that sure down is not the first thing that you do. It's not your primary means of control. Your primary means of control has to be testing and contact tracing and quarantine in isolation of the people you find in that process. However he does say that you can get to a point where locked is the only thing that you can do and you should use that lockdown to improve your contact and testing regime. And in fact, if you look at Victoria, that's really although in the first wave, that's what we did as a nation back in March we got our act together in terms of contact tracing. There are still deficiencies in Victoria and they have used the last few weeks to get much better and so the contact tracing regime now in Victoria is fantastic there. quickly, the locking off mystery cases in super-quick time, and that's what you've gotta get. So then fighting the of used that time well. It's not that they're against lockdown. It's just that it has its place. and. When you when it's out of control, the way it is in Europe you've actually got to be able to do that another problem. And, I don't know what they've done in Ireland here. But the problem is the borders and it was a really interesting study the other day looking counties in the United. States and showing that cross-border flow was a very important factor in both the sustenance and the growth of SARS COV to infections. and. If you don't control your borders and you still got people coming in from outside, it's very hard to get this done and on control it. So so really European. Countries are trying to do this with one hand tied behind their bank. Britain and Ireland could control their borders because they're islands but it's harder for other nations exactly and can we just come back to smoking before about Australia and we are doing the numbers that are coming out now looking really really promising do how close are we to having zero spread here in Australia, we're almost there new south. Wales still has cases popping up Victoria might get there before New South Wales because they're still in lockdown and those extra few days of Lockton make make all the difference I think New South Wales it's going to be really hard but they're. You know they're getting on top of it too. I think we're going to be very, very tiny sprayed, and maybe in Victoria, they'll get done to zero spread. And that will make it much easier to open things

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"lockton" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Them were basically worried about their business, and then there was a local chiropractor who is worried about his business, because guests who has clients are all the people who are now worried about whether they're going to keep their jobs, so if you think about all the sort of you know how this actually shakes out, recession or whatever we're in. Recession Depression is just a word right, but if you think about what we're actually experiencing right now, the unintended consequences or how far the dominoes will fall has yet to be determined, but here's how you fit into this conversation. You win at in situations like that. Learn to tell stories about you know. You can make stories up about clients that you had conversations with or very similar. To situations that the people are maybe facing right now, and how the clients made a decision to sell the house, and so the types of things, for example. If you have somebody that's maybe they're not worried about their situation, maybe one they have one great source of income and the. Little sketch while you definitely want to encourage them to refinance if they haven't already right because these are ridiculously low rates and lock in long term like lock on a thirty year mortgage at three percent or less win, inflation starts, which it seems like it's going to in the inflation rate will more than cover the cost of the borrowed money, so you definitely went and walk in long term mortgages now if you're dealing with people that are a little bit nervous about their jobs, which is a majority of the people you're going to talk to. They need to realize that the situation or the value in their property is just going to basically. It's going to most likely go down in the next twelve months, or at least not appreciate, and if they have a job now, even if it's not paying the same, the smart move might be for them to downsize or move to something where they can easily afford the payment maybe on. Substantially, less income of versus waiting for their job situation to get worse and then discovered that they can't get a mortgage, because maybe they're too much underemployed or unemployed, and then they can't get alone, and then they still have to sell the house. And now they're going to be forced to be tenants, so start thinking on behalf of your clients, because a lot of them aren't going to have this sort of emotional courage to think that far into the future, because everyone loves ups loves to hope for the best, but nobody prepares for the worst have I you know what everybody does. Love is being in control and the script that you just used before everything gets. Worse whether you get furloughed for real fired less hours. You know more uncertainty and before you have to make a decision, you can make a decision now. Where you are in control, you can decide to downsize. You can decide to go rent for a while can decide to get a super low interest rate. Let's say worst case scenario downsize you get a low. Low, interest, rate and things turn up for you while. Wouldn't that be a great thing to keep a rental with a LOCKTON super low rate?.

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Australia Warns Coronavirus Outbreak in Victoria Will Take Weeks to Tame

Coronacast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

Australia Warns Coronavirus Outbreak in Victoria Will Take Weeks to Tame

"Talk about Victoria another day three hundred seventy four new cases yesterday when on. These numbers going to start coming down where two weeks Wuhan took about a month I think for things to turn around. Remember. We were lucky in the beginning of March and in March. We got in, and it was mostly overseas. Spread rather than hardcore communities sprayed. which is what it wasn't Han, so we're watched better comparing ourselves to community spread. Around the world drive of any Saudi, what we experienced back in March and could take a month. It's not showing signs of turnaround. I think they must be getting close to hardening up the lockdown because the longer you wait. To see whether you're absolutely sure, it's turning around and flattening the longer it's going to be at the other end the Victorian authorities sort of sounding very confident in that press conferences. is it that they know more than what we then what we get as audience members or direction they maybe just putting on a bright face. Who knows it looks like a brave face when you see their body language. They do no more than we know. They're probably not releasing a lot of the genomics until they're absolutely sure. There's the contact tracing coming in, and they're probably not releasing that. And! You'd have to say that. We Tori is not that transparent. There's always cases being reclassified being investigated being tied down. It's very hard when you're observing this to catch up as to just how much community spread there is, but still new outbreaks particularly in each care. Yes, they're single cases. The do talk about the reproduction number coming down. The trouble with that is the reproduction number. Although we've talked about the divided over yesterday or the day before the trouble production numbers, you can get obsessed with it that it's coming down there for individuals and not spreading to as many people because behaviors changing, but it's very susceptible at relatively low numbers, which is I, mean it sounds a lot. Several hundred eases cumulating fast, which means that we're getting to thousands of people with active corona virus accumulatively. Is that you can still get individual variation all you need. To Stop. Your value is one person to go out and to go to a family occasion with Corona virus. One, person to be a super spreader in an unfortunate circumstance. One person, take it away from aged care and get on a tram and and pass it on and tram, and then it just goes off and you could be as happy as you like about your volume being low suddenly you're off and running again. And this goes to how long you wait coming back to what we just said. Is that Sydney University? Modeling from early in the pandemic showed for every day that you wait to really become strict with your lockdown. It's a week added on the other end of the pandemic. And, so you go in sooner rather than later and tougher is on Victorians are Victorian listeners. It may be that they really do need to get on top of this now. Ravin hanging on because the more they hang on a on a wish, prayer maybe dangerous in terms of how much virus there is around and they did say today. Didn't they tell you that? You could don't. You can multiply by ten. The number of cases there'd be in Victoria if you hadn't done the lockton up until now, and I'm sure that's right,

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04:47 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Would have huge prize and it would be a lot of fun, and so if you were a champion at any one of those sports, you'd say I'm GonNa win x number of points unless mess Ford. And I'm also damn good thing Montclair tennis player, or you know or in swim and a quarter mile or I forget to the sports ahead I. Don't think I had an. Individual Sports, but they all. Sports the there were tens and hundreds of millions of people that were at the amateur level, and and you know like the international race of champions which was at the seeds of this. Who is the greatest all-round athlete in the United States or in the world? You know he could've gone worldwide. To answer that question, that's very interesting. And and did you take umbrage to win the superstars? Kinda got going as a sort of A. A stolen idea so to speak I mean. Did you not care? Were you flattered by the similarities I? Guess I watched it interest-. Interesting I can't remember what I felt about it I I felt that that's not yet. I mean I felt that since it was drawing an audience and God on television that. But you were still watching. You know wasn't answering. My question was. Who is the greatest driver in the cars are equal. From all of these different acoustic, greatest athlete. Oriented Al Nasr late. In individual sports. Well look. That's this is fascinating I mean I in many respects. This is a a highly intriguing and fully discoverable conversation because. As I as I alluded to, I don't think our audience knows you and I were connected originally from my. Proverbial, day job in the advertising and media and technology spaces, and you know all your other endeavors things like interactive television. All is gonNA things. Everything old is new again. But to stumble into your eye. Let's call it a previous life. I guess I mean you are a sort of a a a sportsman pioneer and God forbid a few of our audience members, and we're just shocked at at widespread, the audience of this little show has become might be a little bit more. introduced Andrew are aware of. Some of those contributions because. I think as time goes on. We kind of may be take for granted. Some of these things I mean you know setting up Ontario and bringing auto racing to a new level in what became of Iraq and frankly, maybe why not stuff like Iraq again and and. Lord knows that sports is challenged right now for a lot of different reasons, but. you know in some respects as some of these ideas are living on today and. God forbid you get some credit for it for God's Sakes. Well I had a lot of fun doing I'll tell you that and. A. Your your memories in your experiences are really what's dear when you get to be a senior citizen light mind. Like me and It's been a lot of fun. And I appreciate your a leading me relive this. Stuff I haven't thought about in a long time. Well I'm sorry to drag up the memories, but I guess one last question I'll ask. You is one of the State of sports today, and maybe you know with the idea of. You know a television and video, and over the top streaming and and. This sort of GNAWING, never seemingly dissipating idea of interactivity with data, stats and internet, connectivity and mobile devices and stuff I mean. I guess it's a two part question to to to round out. What what do you think of sports on a professional and televised, and does interactivity and data and all that Kinda stuff have a role finally this time to be a more mainstream kind of activity. In its consumption, the average consumer I think I know. I think that question has been asking answered what you see in Europe. With the introduction of what they call in player in running wagering, which is basically one we invented and interacting network, but we did it as a game of skill where you're predicting. What's going to happen now before the next pitch or this now of all as grown off from zero in two thousand, fourteen to compromise eighty five percent them all sports betting. On mobile or lives or it's and that's that's over six hundred billion dollars worldwide. You know one hundred ten billion dollars out of of England. The European countries.

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"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"That the reason only those were was perception in the Los Angeles area and I think maybe elsewhere that onerous. He was unannounced market. You know maybe a little. Kind of. Only contents uncleaner. You know fashion. Facilities and most surprising was that the people were people were not interested in going to see self. You like because they didn't want to see anybody badly injured or kill. Time! They're always been enough ECOMOMIC. I disagreed with this that it was the crashes, bad crashes, and maybe every now and then -ality the really drew people to automobile. Anna turned out that it was quite the opposite. So, we two things of the speedway. We really focused on building a modern facility than we were the first ones to introduce safer or IMPACT, absorbing barriers, no widen the. Lanes. Created a formal crash now used every place. And all kinds of innovations in and would speak about that, but mainly we determine that we had to make the Ontario Motor speedway the place to be in La. In La La land, the the place to be was worthy celebrities and movie stars worse. or I created a an all-star board of directors that had Roger Penske and Briggs Cunningham to help me with formula. One and Barnaby Jones and JC, Janney and but I brought on all newman. Kirk Douglas. dickey smothers. And? We really kind of promoted this around the the movie stars who instantly. Wanted to be involved in and so we. We developed a racing. Promotional campaign that. Won Many awards around that I can tell you more about that if you're interested. Also it also included a for lack of a better term. A pro am kind of race kind of thing to a sort of. Part of the part of this strategy was to Dedicate the the facility when it was complete on longest of V. Two weeks before the time trials started in an I thought of the idea I'd been thinking about a made for TV series in an I thought about the idea of a program celebrity race, and so we put together. You Know Demonstra for the five thousand. TURF? The private the victory circle clubs we call it A. WE invited to Hollywood community and got the permission of the motion picture. And Television Relief Fund. Who? Give. Waivers to a whole bunch of a television and movie stars and created. A race of.

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"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Could get through a friendship with Tony Hallman. The drivers and the and the credibility that sports headliners had in so I just put one foot after another and and. Two years later we broke ground on the during motor speedway with a lot of trials and Tribulations and surprises that That went into that, so it was. It was right under adventure lot of stories about that, but what we really set out to do was to. Lift a sport. Automobile racing by building the largest sporting facility ever built at one time. And to make it to the most modern office whether. Of any sport of it's time to. Take on the challenge of bringing the four major sanctioning bodies. That didn't get along. Nascar you sack. You who you second stockcar racing as well as jam ship car racing the National? Association Wally Parks. We was kind of not a competitor, those but a separate organization, and then most challenge theme. The FAA in Europe grew sanctioned of Watkins Glen. Who have the Formula One race in our goal is to have a second. US agron pretty so the track was designed for four races a year only. A Road track. It had a two and a half miles. Oh, bank, old, very similar to Indianapolis. And it had. the world's fastest drag strip where most of the world's records were set due to the way that we Way Down the asphalt until the track legally and and things like that, but it it really. Quite an ear, a lot of the. The gross at automobile racine through many of the innovations that we introduced at a time, so put that in perspective. With. Sort of hinted at it, sort of we're the we're auto racing. Kind of really was sort of in the in the firmament, or maybe not even on the radar of the general sort of sporting populists, because I mean the way I sort of figure, and this is way. This is very early in my life. This is sort of years where I wasn't conscious, because it was a born in sixty five and. But the the Indianapolis five hundred right, you know the the the pinnacle of not only that you sack circuit, but frankly you know. Just a Gargantuan event in its own right to the point of being one of in an American institution right. The Daytona five hundred. You know frankly a mirror shell of its of what we became over time right by was arguably you know the wide world of sports anthology worthy at that point, right, attention, grabbing race of the NASCAR circuit to the point, where it wasn't even fully, but very much a regional kind of thing right, and you're also describing the other sort of dirt tracks, and all that kind of stuff right so. At this seems to be. A pardon my expression here, but a ballsy move right to kind of not only think. Hey, we can. Maybe you know, create yet another sort of super. Structure but then also what seems to be. Boldly ambitious to use it as almost a a a semi unifying environment to to get all these. Different. Sort of approaches to auto racing kind of at least domiciled in one place, and by the way broaden in the market geographically as well which I guess is is a question here somewhere national. Attractiveness I guess for this thing called television and going beyond the roots. I guess of of where the fans generally came from the at that point. That was the intention, and and when I look back and I quite frankly don't don't know how we did it I think. That, we talked earlier about luck and I you know I. Really had I known what do actually had to have been accomplished to get an altogether here early on. was when he nine years old and I didn't know better, and you know. I had a stubborn streak and I just plowing. Together, but. A forward, but win. Cain when it came together, it really did launch an explosion in the development of super speedways. Many on them broke ground while you know within a year after we broke ground, Talladega and Michigan. In in our introduction of the the first Private Stadium, club or we had air conditioned the elevator up to it in a very much like the best turn turf clubs that you've seen automobile racing. We were the first US sweets. Osprey, Taliban sweets other than the Astrodome, which was the first one to have gotten? One of the things you'll find interesting chemists, we, we and we as a marketing guru. We were the first people I think they ever for four market research about our sport about fans and particularly amount of the Los Angeles market in. It was quite surprising. Is What what we found.

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"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Of the as you. All the original one, so you had about eighty thousand thousand people in the Infield that have been drinking beers nine. And we jumped on the motorcycle and old up to the stand in the medics were just starting to arrive, and we went up there and nerves. This guy in great pain sitting there in the middle of the of the Alley and Or reported right behind him and I said. Thirty you mind. Ask you a few questions. And he said no, and I said well. You know what your name and he his name. I said. Mr Smith. You've had a few mirrors. And he looked at me and he got red in the face started. Swear he say look he's used. Thunder. Young Kid whippersnapper he says. Do you think I would be this drunk on a couple? Beers Charlie and I. Put Away in case by now and we're working on our second. That, thank you very much and I told the court reporter. That's all need and. That was that was my introduction to the sport of automobile, racing and subsequently. Got Very deeply involved beginning with a meeting shut barnes in in in nineteen, fifty, five in my office, and and so chuck. Wanted to form. A company calls sports headliners unincorporated him, and we started going out to the track doing PR and. To me meeting the race drivers that he was representing and turned out that..

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"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Podcast, little journey, each and every week into what used to be in a professional sports. Thank you for finding us. And downloading US putting us in your ear buds and We know you've got a lot of choices out there and frankly a lot of distractions. Just a preoccupying. Your lives and we continue to soldier on in this crazy world that we find ourselves in and God, forbid we give you a few minutes of of respite, the Little Bit of distraction, hopefully some enjoyment to take your mind off of things. That's what we're here for. We love to delve into like I said what used to be in pro sports, and that's largely been in the realm of teams and leagues, no longer with us for whatever reasons, but we We think we've got another excuse frankly to kind of broaden our little purview. Far. First ever episode! into the world of auto racing, and why not as you heard in that clip there with Keith Jackson the late Great Keith Jackson a baby sports fame from the wide world of sports endeavor on ABC and that was him talking about what we're gonNA. Talk about this week as well as other stuff with our very special guest Dave locked in who you auto racing enthusiasts out there. Should know as perhaps one of the pioneers of the sport. As we'll get into our conversation with Dave and just a few moments. The international race of champions was his idea. Now. It didn't come to fruition until a few years after. And a bunch of other things came together including television coverage, including that piece of. Of introduction from Keith Jackson a week, the actual races, the actual first ever international race of champions races two of them. began. On and the Riverside International Speedway Course on October twenty seventh nineteen seventy-three. Now. We're not sure if that. Episode that Keith Jackson was narrating occurred that day or The day after which would have been a Sunday the twenty eighth or the weekend following, because like a lot of these Iraq races at least the early days, these were prerecorded and edited for broadcast, but we're pretty safe in saying that either in late October or early November of nineteen seventy-three. ABC, sports, and the wide world of sports broadcast was bringing to the nation, and frankly the world, the first ever series of Iraq racing, and as you heard Keith, Jackson discuss. This was a series that lasted for I. Don't know only about thirty thirty iterations. I don't think it was thirty consecutive years, but it was premised on the idea of multiple champion race car drivers from various circuits all around the World Grand Prix Nascar. Road racing and you in the in these cars, all of 'em it what if they could be competing against themselves and identically prepared cars and boy? Oh, boy, it was a quite a curiosity and Dave locked in the godfather of that circuit. and. It's ironic because literally recording this this week. At. Timeless today's headlines Tony Stewart the actual last Iraq champion. Of that series back in I guess it was sort of the mid two thousand or so has teamed up his announced that with ray ever him. is going to create in twenty twenty one. This thing called the superstar racing. Experience notice s rx which is going to be a six race short-track series pretty much predicated on this Iraq formula where the best drivers a from various fields will sort of compete in this case in short tracks. With identically prepared prepared cars. And a shuffling I guess of of. Folks sort of behind the wall to kind of basically really make it focused and keep it a straightforward. Ones driving capabilities taking the car taking the specs taking the preparation taking all those variables out of it, and literally allowing drivers to focus on what I think is a fascinating concept, and this is just frankly just one of the many. Inventions of Dave, Lockton, and if you don't know him what you should look them up. A pioneer in racing as I as I mentioned and the the preface, frankly to the Iraq series as we get into in our conversation, just a few moments was Another gigantic contribution that day brought to the mix. He was the first ever CEO in the founder of a a long ago and a very revered track, if you grew up in the southern California, area and consider yourself a race fan well during the nineteen seventies, you will remember the Big Oh the Indianapolis of the West. Yes Ontario Motor speedway. Dave is the guy behind all of that. Why do they call the Indianapolis of the West? Well, if you look it up and we've got plenty of imagery on our website at good, still dot com to search up this episode number one hundred, seventy, three, oh my God that many with Dave, and you will see a whole bunch of that if you're not. subscribe to our social media feeds. You'll find out all those feeds. Therefore you'll see all the imagery that will be posting on their featuring this very compelling very similar to Indianapolis. Structure and setup race course that for good eleven years, or so was the talk of the town in the southern California area and arguably was. The facility that brought many forms of auto racing stock car INDYCAR etc, to not only southern California, but helped start to push all of those circuits. into national. Sporting consciousness and that is the preface and the prelude to the Iraq story. Amongst other innovations that we get into in the sport of auto racing. Iraq Motor, speedway and lots more with our special guests this.

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"lockton" Discussed on Test podcast

Test podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Test podcast

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"lockton" Discussed on Latinos en la Pandemia

Latinos en la Pandemia

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"lockton" Discussed on Latinos en la Pandemia

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Energy prices spike after Saudi oil attack.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Energy prices spike after Saudi oil attack.

"Coming up on the news energy prices spike after Saudi oil attack as US blames. Iran brexit is a nightmare says Luxembourg prime minister mm-hmm and Americans are waking up two thirds say climate crisis must be addressed. It's Monday September ten sixteen. I'm Anthony Davis global energy prices spiked today today. Bhai a percentage unseen since the nineteen ninety-one Gulf War after a weekend attack on key oil facilities in Saudi Arabia caused the worst disruption. Shen to world supplies on recode further fuelling heightened tensions between Iran and the US American officials released satellite images of the damage at the heart aww kingdoms crucial ABC hike oil processing plant alleging the pattern of destruction suggested Saturday's attack came from either Iraq or Iran rather than in Yemen as claimed by Iranian backed. Houthi rebels there a Saudi military spokesman later made the same accusation alleging Iranian weapons had been used in the assault old. Iran rejected the allegations with the government spokesman saying now they were absolutely no chance for hope for meeting between Iranian President Hassan Ronnie and President Donald Trump the UN general assembly next week for his part trump sent mixed signals saying his lockton loaded the government waited for Saudi confirmation of Iran being behind the attack while later tweeting that the US didn't need Middle East oil but will help allies the tensions have led to fears that action on any side could rapidly escalate confrontation. That's been raging just below the surface in the wider Persian Gulf in in recent months British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has claimed after a meeting with European Commission Russian President Jean Claude Juncker that there is a good chance of Brexit deal with the European Union Johnson said I can see the shape of an agreement but it will require choir movement from the EU the EU in contrast says Britain must move and produce concrete proposals to overcome differences over the Irish boarder that have so far blocked deal. They said Britain has yet to offer any legally operational plans. Johnson gave an on camera statement outside the British Embassy in Luxembourg after a planned news conference alongside Prime Minister Heavy Patel was cancelled after Johnson refused to appeared to noisy protesters Luxemburg's. PM went ahead anyway effectively empty chairing his guest a one point he even gestured at the space where Johnson was supposed to be standing. Battelle said Brexit was a night math E. U. Citizens and that talks of brexit negotiations were unfounded at several points he was loudly applauded by the protest is is because they felt he was articulating their anger. Meanwhile in the UK the Liberal Democrat Party have pledged to cancel Brexit if they come to power at the next general election members voted for the new policy at their party conference in Bulma by an overwhelming majority previously the party is backed another referendum the people's vote saying they would campaign to remain in the EU after the votes their leader Jo Swinson said we will do all we can to fight for our place in Europe and to stop brexit altogether extreme events links is to climate change such as the heat wave in Europe this year are occurring sooner than expected an ex chief scientist said Professor David King says he's been scanned scanned by the number of extreme events and he called for the UK to advance its climate targets Bhai ten years but the UN's weather chief said using words like scared could make young people depressed and anxious campaign is argue that people won't act unless they feel fearful professor king referred especially to the loss of land ice and sea ice and to the weather extremes in which he said warming probably played a role. The physicists Professor Joe Hague from Imperial College. London said David David King is right to be scared. I'm scared to we do the analysis. We think what's going to happen then. Publish it in a very scientific way then we have a human response to that and it is scary. Two thirds of Americans believe climate change is either a crisis or a serious problem with a majority. Rt Now wanting immediate action to address global heating and it's damaging consequences major new polling has found Americans are finally beginning to wake up to the existential threat that the climate crisis possesses to our society said Margaret Klein Salomon a clinical psychologist and founder of the climate mobilization realize ation project. This is huge progress for our movement and it's young people that have been primarily responsible while nearly seven in ten. Democratic voters understands that humans significantly influenced the climate an eighty percents immediate action just twenty percent of Republicans think humans are prime. I am records and barely a quarter ones rapid action. You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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Kevin Durant out for Game 1 of NBA Finals; DeMarcus Cousins upgraded to questionable

The Leadoff Spot

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Kevin Durant out for Game 1 of NBA Finals; DeMarcus Cousins upgraded to questionable

"Warriors, raptors one of the ones that's been talked about a lot or just maybe less so than the Kevin Durant is the DeMarcus cousins factor. And it's it's for me. Not just so much about to be honest with you. It wouldn't shock me at all if he if he gets healthy, if he plays because I personally not, you know, to play doctor anything, but just as far as whether or not it's smart to plug a guy in or or what your thoughts are plugging a guy who hasn't played in a in a number of weeks ago hasn't played really very many games over the warriors, in general, I sort of look at the Damian Jones situation where he'd missed all that time four months or whatever it was three months, six months with the, the torn pack. And I thought, hey young player you're going to need him to get right? And get healthy. 'cause he's going to be a huge part of the starting line of next year for the warriors. But I thought even if he got healthy, there's no way you plug them in and, and have this work come, and we ate Western Conference. Finals and they did. It was times where it worked. There was other moments where they threw him in a couple of minutes he play and he getting a foul trouble. And you'd pull them out. But I think about DeMarcus cousins, a guy who for the duration of his NBA career has been a starter guy who's been a big score. A guy who has started every game he's ever played for the warriors when he came back from the achilles injury. Steve Kerr, sort of unequivocally said he's our starter. It doesn't really matter. We're going to plug a man he's gonna play put the the minutes restriction on him, but they said, hey, leading up to the NBA all star break that four days or three days off. They get February. He said he's going to be the starter. I think they, they weren't playing back to back and they played him about twenty twenty five minutes every game before he got hurt on a I mean, sort of, I mean, the, the irony for a guy like DeMarcus cousins, who's been told his whole career that he's a, a cancer in the locker room and that he's a team killer coach killer. And he comes out and he gets hurt and his first postseason oughta hustle play a guy who's, who's trying to help US TV more than even. Had to do funny. I was reading about that yesterday. And I went who they play in the first round. Oh, that's right. The LA clippers. The cliffs, that's a four-game set. Nope. No biggie took them, six to take down the clip show. But to markets cousins, you're here in his is now questionable for game one. I wonder whether or not. I would almost I would almost guarantee he doesn't start. I feel like that's probably not the best role. But you wonder what type of, of rehabilitation is this guy done not physically for his body before his image and for his reputation around the league whether or not saying, hey, I will be a role player for this warriors team will get him more money and more offers this office. I don't know. I I'm curious about it, and I'm curious about whether or not Steve Kerr will say, hey, you are the starter. Because I don't think that there's a, a Lockton starter right now. And I feel like if you've got a smaller lineup in surgery Baca, you've got a bigger guy out there at times with Marcus saw, I've not, not quite sure how he'll fair I it'd be an interesting moment. If, if they get to markets cousins on the floor and exactly what his role will be. It will he be okay with being a type of player that maybe in the first few games he is using these valuable and then ends up getting I don't know sort of fit to the bench the way we've seen big men in the NBA, especially in the playoffs sorta get misused or not used. It all because they get exposed for the sort of clunky footed guys that they are. We saw it with Nikola mirror teach in the series with the bucks. And the raptors where I mean he's he's good player. That's the guy can stretch out knockdown threes for you, yet, he became a hazard on the court because they were going out of defensively play after play. Same sort of thing happened with brook Lopez. He of course add a few big moments. But if you're a guy who's who's not a complete big man or cannot move the way, Draymond green moves in a smaller lineup even the way search of moves. It's going to be tough for DeMarcus cousins, so something to pay

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"lockton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"lockton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"What lead faceoff? Neutral zone, just outside the blues wine Burs. Rod and suck question. The troll by the Poon's but could not handle the path for Barbara. Chef Bruins keeping alive. Out for the right point for pasta, shop Lockton front crew over the stuck hit for Barbara ship around to the nearside over the snicker bars shot late by trans, and he will risk wanted knocked aside by rance Sundquist expand to it the job on the penalty kill by Oscar Sundquist killing some time. Bottle pockets coward. Alpi bursar with left to right. Santan to the right of the Saint Louis goal the job by Boesak keep it away from our Sean how to take away by pasta behind the net stuff. The near corner. Burks rod is out of there now to the point for crew pasta for Marchand steamed gotta stick on it, and being cleared with forty seconds remaining on this boss. They man advantage continuous pressure by Saint Louis on the penalty kill one mistake. They made at allow postured Dr Steele, the puck but other than that they have not allowed the Bruins to control the puck any offensive zone. Nice hand. The Dow is off the posters. Oh, tobacco boy at the right circle. Now, Chris, farside, cock block. Flex out of play. Roads firing away and two times they hit the goal post what an individual effort right up the middle of the ice head Johannesen makes one little what's up self in a position to get their shot. And it goes off the post to the left of the goaltender Bennington and Boston, just simply stayed with it and hit the other. Both. While face off to the right of benefit had been on the puck for Saint Louis and he cleared so that will just about do it for the Peron penalty Bennington shave twice goal. The goal post I the right post at the left out of the box. Bruins back into the bluestone coil has the podcast inside the left point for the far side in front clock by Edmonson never got through to Bennington and Schwartz. Claire this Saint Louis with a goal from Brayton shed lady, Boston one four and a half preventing. It period, one gave one of the Stanley Cup final half from sports dot get through to Tarasenko now chara with it up the metal the flex along by Nordstrom, bidding settles, down behind for Edmonson Al Schwartz for karaoke Sankoh Brent wide. It's got her daughter Schick for the far side for shan't, Ken. To get through to Schwartz folk it up by John corral could clear by sham and karate with it once again, for Austin lose make a fourteen Baz the Bruins have trouble coming out of their zone, Jarrah centered around to the far side, and finally of scoured out by marchant Santan to the right of Bennington Easter back on it leaves behind for Perico Robert Collins with the puck back to call. Break up the boards out to center past maroon picked up by click what the left point more down. Easter waiting propulsion up the right side to work at across the Perico. Go away from our shot now Thomas it but we have a hook behind the plate. Our third minor penalty. Free fifteen raining. And period want it will be a Bruins power plight. Robert thomas. Do the penalty box with a blues leading what conjunction with NBC sports? You're listening to the Stanley Cup final on Westwood One. Welcome back to sports. You next topic. Is it really all about power makes me think of progressives? Name your price tool gives you the power to find based on your budget. Let's go to Chuck for an irrelevant analogy ma'am, beckon day people in this. How many oranges are in the crate. They took the oranges. They didn't say on his six seven twelve fifty whatever it was just oranges. You get me. We get you check in.

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"lockton" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"lockton" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"Different appointment time to consolidate the schedule. So that the our gaps occur around lunch hour, we're talking to daily occurrence, not occasional. Now, obviously, you guys had a lot of that today in the last two days because it's no I think we're talking regular day. No weather issues. No fog because five we can't you know fog is deal. Dealbreaker? We can't have fog trying to get your dental appointment. Outside of the horrified fog or snow. Do you guys move patients around? I don't know. Okay. I just don't do it. I I don't like the precedent that it because if you treat the schedule so flippantly, then they're gonna call some other times saying, hey that ten thirty. I don't like it. Can I move it? And if they moved for you one time you'll have to kind of move for them this time. So I just keep it. We do this all the time. Do you really? Yeah. We do partly because patients are like that. Right. So there's some patients that we don't do this on. And and so if a patient tells us like no, this is this is in Lockton, whatever only times if someone's got like a. Ten thirty appointment. Most you know, that's the middle of their morning for most people. They'd probably rather get something done. Right away, or you know, right away in the morning or right before lunch or something, you know. So I just feel like we know the people who don't want to move in of women. Right. Right. And we try to we don't do it to those people. But other people, you know, we we we do kind of move around a lot is we do have people that that are, you know, the retired folks the other people that have different preferred times, and they're scheduled in the time that we know is not their preferred time, and so if we know they prefer a certain time, we might call them. And just say, hey, I know you really like this time you did you wanna move to that? So we do that. It's just isn't that often? I don't think that's actually to be totally honest. I don't deal with that. So. Yeah. Do you know? Trying to figure out what you want to bring this up. So we we have a feel IP phone system inter office, I hesitate to use the name because I have a financial relationship with this company. I'm on their board. I lecture for them. They support my lecture with areas and things. So if you're if you're disclosing that you're fine. Go ahead. Okay. So I I work with we've I love you, even think, it's awesome. And we text with patients all the time. Like, they want us like patients I want to move around..

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