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"luke luke" Discussed on WTOP
"Doman. Luke Luke. It is our producer in just ahead. Biden administration continues to try to come up with a plan for the surge of migrants at the border. Former chief of staff is calling out former President Trump and are we looking at another toilet paper shortage coming down the pipeline? Wtlv News time. It's 5 31. Thousands of undocumented immigrants are crossing into the U. S. While the Biden administration grapples with the logistical in humanitarian challenge of the border, many of those coming across our Children CBS News correspondent Men well, Boo York says is in Juarez with the latest many along this stretch of the border. We're looking to turn themselves into Border patrol. Others are hiring smugglers like this man to try to evade agents. He spoke with us on condition of anonymity. Even with the risk of being deported, they still want to try. So somebody I really did think that family members in the U. S. Tell them to keep trying. He says his operation includes ladders to scale the wall peepholes to watch for Border patrol about 1000 bucks a try. So in six months, 80 to 100. People have paid you to get over. By the administration is not requiring FBI fingerprint background checks from caregivers and it's rapidly expanding network of emergency sites toe hold thousands of immigrant teenagers and that's alarming child welfare experts. You say the waiver compromises safety? Didn't make was shot and killed Saturday at an Oklahoma City correctional facility. After officials say he took a corrections officer hostage. He had mated overrun the officer while medications were being distributed. The inmate then used the officers keys to free other inmates on the floor. Police say officers tried to de escalate the situation after jail but came up short. Police opened fire when the suspect held something against the neck of the corrections officer. He was rescued safely and was taken to a hospital. Christie Mae Oh Fox News. Police and soldiers in me and mark have killed over 100 people in a single day this week and as they suppress protests in the wake of last month's coup. CBS News correspondent Roxana Saberi has more and in annual military parade on Saturday, the country's top military commander defended the coup. They also repeated a pledge to hand back power after new elections, though he gave no details. Amid the growing violence. The U. S Embassy says it's investigating shots fired at its cultural center in Yangon. No one was injured. US and Europe stepped up sanctions this week on Myanmar's military. But the U..
Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief
"Recommends widespread changes at the U. S Capitol following the January 6 Ryan among the changes being called for the hiring of more than 1000 new Capitol police officers. As the fall out from the riot continues. The board that oversees the U. S. Capitol Police is also reportedly beginning a search for a new permanent police chief. The search will be nationwide, The new chief will face calls to improve the department's intelligence gathering and its ability to respond to threats like the storming of the capital on January 6th you've been on the Pittman has been the acting Chiefs and Steven Son resigned in the wake of that attack. Pittman will be eligible to apply for the job, but she has faced criticism from congressional leader Was for her role in the attacks. The capital, please union also voted overwhelmingly to show no confidence in her last month, the Capitol Police Board, which includes the House and Senate sergeant at Arms and the architect of the Capitol, will make it final decision in the coming months. Luke Luke w T o
"luke luke" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm John Doman. Luke Luke. It is our producer and coming off a close call for airline passengers who thought they were going to paradise. White House declares several parts of Texas disaster zones in a 9 41 will talk with the author of a new book that delves into one of the biggest police corruption scandals we've ever seen. Happened in Baltimore. Wtlv News time It's 9 31 President Biden has approved a major disaster declaration to send more federal resources to most of Texas after a deadly winter storm froze much of the state. CBS News is Nicole Scania has more acting administrator for FEMA, Bob Fenton told CBS News. The major disaster declaration. Green lights individual assistance for residents with damages left uncovered by insurance. The declaration covers the majority of Texas residents. Including the cities of Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Austin. But it does fall short of what Texas Governor Greg Abbott called forth. The governor sought a declaration that covered all 254 counties coping with the effects of a winter storm. The death toll from the storm is up to at least 48, now across the South. Donald Trump will be making his first post presidential appearance and a conservative gathering in Florida next weekend. The former president, speaking next Sunday at the American Conservative Union annual conservative Political Action Conference. CPAC as it's known. Trump is expected to use the speech to talk about the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement. He's also expected to criticize President Joe Biden's efforts to undo his immigration policies. Deepak is normally held at National Harbor. But this year it will be hosted in Orlando because of coronavirus restrictions. Several potential presidential candidates in 2024 are also expected to speak there. Some passengers on a United Airlines passenger jet heading the Honolulu were probably frozen and fear in the moments before their plane landed safely in Denver after suffering engine failure Moments after takeoff. United flight 3 28 turned back safely to Denver after suffering an engine failure and dropping debris on the ground below. Shortly after takeoff. 28 heavy mayday aircraft just experience you need to turn immediately. Video posted on social media apparently shows the engine on Fire parts of the aircraft Rain Down on Broomfield, Colorado, parts landed in yards on a ball field in the street in a few neighborhoods and apparently through the roof of a home. No injuries were reported on board or on the ground. The National Transportation Safety Board has opened an investigation, Don you Bacchus, CBS News Police are investigating a shooting that happened at a gun store in Metarie, Louisiana. Yesterday. Jefferson Parish share of Joseph Le Pento explains what happened around three in the afternoon. We have a total of four Read deceased, including the two that were inside out here on the scene itself. We have a two additional that were hit by gunfire and were transported to university hospital. I'm told they're in stable condition at this point in time, police say A disagreement.
"luke luke" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm John Aaron. Luke Luke. It is our producer Coming up. President Trump faces growing democratic momentum to impeach him a second time getting to the bottom of a massive cyber hack. Authorities now say they know who did it. I'm J. J. Green inside on the ground into how pro testing evolved into a riot at the Capitol. I'm Kin Duffy. It's 8 31. House Democrats have been put on alert to be ready to move on another impeachment. Congressional Democrats are moving toward impeaching the president for a second time. Maybe by midweek. Should he be removed from office right now? Yes, he should. He's a danger to the country Congressmen and the 11 of Michigan who was in the U. S Capitol during Wednesday's pro Trump MOB VIOLENCE. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells members to be prepared to return to Washington this week, signaling that there will be AH House impeachment vote. Tom Foti CBS NEWS Washington Vice president, Mike Pence, has reportedly not ruled out an effort to invoke the 25th amendment, either, a source close to the vice president tells CNN. Pence wants to preserve the option in case President Trump becomes more unstable. Invoking the 25th amendment would require pants and a majority of the Cabinet to vote to remove the president from office. We're also running for CNN that vice president Pence will attend the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. The man photographed smiling while carrying House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is lectern Wednesday is among dozens who have now been arrested. Adam Johnson in Florida, was arrested Friday night He was quickly ideas on social media and had posted about being there. The man who sat in Pelosi's office chair with his feet up, Richard Barnett of Arkansas, was also arrested. As was the man dressed as a bare chested Viking Jake Anjali of Arizona End up Jensen of Iowa, the man apparently seen on video, leading a mob up the stairs chasing a loan officer who tried to hold them back. Then there's West Virginia state lawmaker Derrick Evans, who posted video online this bumping with the police officer. He was arrested. His grandmother defended him to W s Z. He's a fine man,.
"luke luke" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm John Aaron. Luke Luke. It is our producer Coming up. Millions of Americans have now lost their coronavirus benefits after President Trump refused to sign a relief bill. Major vaccination push gets underway in Europe Today Multiple people are dead after a bowling alley shooting in Illinois. It's a 31 unemployment benefits for millions of Americans expired overnight as President Trump refuses to sign an end of year covert relief and spending bill he attacked the bill's plan to provide $600 relief checks to most Americans president was once again pressuring lawmakers. Two triple these payments to individuals, and that's a demand that puts him at odds with his own party. Earlier, he tweeted saying, I simply want to get our great people $2000 rather than the measly 600. What This legislation also provides the jobless with a $300 weekly federal boost through mid March and would reopen the paycheck protection program so that some of those hardest hit small businesses could reapply for alone that CBS News correspondent Paula Read the cove It crisis is especially bad in one part of the country right now, as we know there has been a surge of open cases across Southern California and hospitalizations deaths continuing to rise. Many hospitals say they're at or above capacity in their ICUs, and they're worried that there might be yet another surgery because of the Christmas holiday that just passed. They say they saw an increase in numbers after Thanksgiving because people were continuing to gather That's case CBS reporter Tina Patel, now to the latest on the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville. Investigators are scouring hundreds of tips and leads in the blast that damaged dozens of buildings. CBS News correspondent Mullah Langi spoke to officers who were first on the scene initially respond. The reports of gunfire. Police instead found an RV blaring an ominous warning here, Assuming the worst these six officers got toe work evacuating is many people is they could reach Was. The plan literally just spread out cover as much ground Not gonna as many doors as you can as quick as you can get us many people out as quickly as we could safely and get them to somewhere safe and then provide them with services. Meanwhile, federal agents have converged on the home of a possible person of interest. That person is a Nashville area resident who reportedly had a similar make and model RV as the one in photos released to the public. A man who got busted making moonshine in Oklahoma many years ago has been pardoned by the president. Lee Crime was a teenager when he first started making moonshine in the woods with his wife's uncle. That's the owner jumble. I'll ever in my life I've tried to do was right at 19 years old Crumb was caught. That's the only night I only day I was spent in jail and that's why I didn't want no more. I didn't like it. He tells me he served three years of probation and paid a $250 fine. Nearly 70 years after crumbs guilty plea on Tuesday, President Trump pardoned him. Crumb says he's eternally grateful to Senator Inhofe, who's several years ago began spearheading this. I don't understand why it took so long, that's w O. T. V S Ashland Brothers reporting Just ahead lagging behind the U. S..
"luke luke" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm John Doman. Luke Luke. It is our producer and coming up. There's a reported agreement on a coronavirus relief package as a government shutdown looms. Shipment. So he's second Corona virus vaccine could start rolling out today and at 7 42. Why there's reason for hope and what you should know about taking that vaccine. You tell the news time 7 31. Congressional negotiators have reached a late night agreement on the last major obstacle to a covert 19 economic relief package. It'll cost nearly a trillion dollars. Congress is not expected to vote later today on a new economic stimulus package to help people and businesses cope with a still worsening coronavirus. I believe there is good faith from all four corners of congressional leadership to finalize an agreement very soon. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer reporting settlement of a late night partisan issue over the economic powers. Of the Federal Reserve, which had been holding up the covert stimulus package that will include various forms of individual and business help totaling more than $900. Billion. Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington Modernist Corona virus vaccine ships out today with deliveries starting tomorrow, according to the Army general in charge of distribution efforts to the states, just like five years vaccine Lecturer during his shots are expected to start right away, General Gaspar Noe says between the two there will be 7.9 million doses delivered next week to hospitals, doctor's offices and pharmacies. We remain on track to allocate 20 round 20 million doses of vaccine to the all jurisdictions. By the end of December, with distribution of those doses, pushing into the first week of January. General Pern is also apologizing for states not getting the number of doses they thought they would. At the start of the rollout. I take responsibility for the miscommunication and says he's fixing and moving forward. I'm Julie Walker. Covered 19 death toll reported in the U. S. Is up to at least 316,000, now with more than 17.6 million confirmed cases across the country since the pandemic began. Casey KCBS TV reporter Jeff Guinn says the surging number of cases is overwhelming. Southern California hospitals dwindling the number of beds that are available. Doctors and nurses say staffing is limiting.
Washington, DC area's Fairfax Co. launches new tool in fight against coronavirus
"Northern Virginia County is making its contact tracing efforts visible to the public. The Fairfax County Online coronavirus data Dashboard includes case counts positivity rates. But now the county has launched a new section in their dashboard that features an overview of their contact tracing efforts. The new metric show How many people who test positive are reached by tracers and of those how many are interviewed within one day, according to data from earlier this month, Fairfax County's 400 tracers reached 86. Percent of people who tested positive and interviewed 85% of those within one day. They also show success in calling people who may have been exposed to those new cases reaching nearly 84% of them. Luke Luke w T O P. News.
Washington, DC - New tool in Fairfax Co. fight against coronavirus
"Getting a better idea on how Fairfax County is trying to track and contain the covert outbreak over 400 contact tracers work for the county's health department. They call people who have tested positive for the Corona virus and gather information to see who else might have been exposed in contact those individuals and now the public can see the results of the Health Department's efforts. The county's online data dashboard now includes contact tracing metric show the percent that they are able to reach and those that they do reach how many are interviewed within One day earlier this month, the Health Department was able to reach over 85% of cases in nearly 84% of the contacts that may have been exposed. Luke Luke W. T. O P. News
"luke luke" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"And that's why in some in cases like this cancel cancel. Culture exists because in cases like this. We wanna get mad and we want to blame somebody because we don't understand how the fuck something like this could happen. So we're like. Hey fuck you fuck you for q. I don't know if it's necessarily we want to blame somebody. It's just that we see somebody that is being slightly problematic and dumping all of our issues onto that person to a point where they cannot function anymore. Yeah i think that's what cancel culture but have we is the universal angry parent of a teenager. That did something really horrible. We haven't become the angry parent. We have become the angry teenager. That is more than happy to point the finger. I oh my god. We're still fucking. Teenagers were still teenagers. I'm sorry did i. I still have like a half a page. Can i can i. Did i ruin it for my wife anyway. But after sandy hook pumped up. Kicks didn't really go away. It continued to be popular song that you would hear pretty much everywhere until the parkland shooting. That's when everyone was like. Yeah this song needs to stop. Which i don't think is necessarily fair. No the lyrics aren't telling kids to go find their parents gun and shoot up their school telling the fictional story of a kid that happened to do that right. It says it was happening all around us at that time. It's basically jeremy of the two thousand ten's yeah it really is really is so to bring this back around to jeremy who although the song is known to have highlighted school related tragedy. It was also cited as an inspiration for a school shooting. That happened on. February starts second nine hundred ninety six. Come on design and this never ends never ends fourteen year old brian. Luke luke avis. Yeah lucas. I don't care if i pronounce it correctly or not. Fuck this guy. Brought a rifle and two guns two hand guns to school that day dress as a western gunslinger shot and killed his algebra teacher in two students and.
Alexandria, Virginia robbery suspect dead after wounding officer
"A Siri's of shootings in Alexandria this morning ended with a suspect dead and an officer hurt that officer expected to recover. Virginia State Police are still looking for a 26 year old Mychal Thompson of Alexandria, who is considered a person of interest. In this case. You can see a photo of him at w t o p dot com Now. W T. O P is Luke Luke IRT has details on how all of this began. Police responded to a shooting at the Holiday Inn on First Street. At around five o'clock this morning, They determined that it was an armed robbery as police were searching for a suspect. One of the officers saw someone matching the description
Washington DC Council approves bill allowing children to get vaccines without parents’ consent
"Passed a bill this week that would allow Children as young as 11 to receive vaccines without their parent's consent. The bill that was passed 12 1 would require doctors to determine that the child meets the requirement of making informed consent. The Children could then receive government recommended vaccines at their parents object to for religious reasons, including vaccines for the human papilloma virus, which is sexually transmitted councilmember tray on white voted against the bill. It's an issue of the count. Russell voting to circumvent that includes them apparent making a decision about their child. But council member Merry Chase says this bill is important for public health. The child needs to be protected against the dangers of things like measles, and the community needs to be protected. The bill now goes to Mayor Muriel Bowser for approval. Luke Luke er w t o P news. If you need an
"luke luke" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"A big difference in your words home. So language is so important language matters and whatever you're telling yourself. I'll give you another example say you're going to bed and you know, when you're in high strung, there's a mind Loop going on and sometimes that keeps you up or it wakes you up in the middle of the night and you just keep losing right Luke Luke Luke and what's happening is you're marinating on this negativity for eight hours. So then what is your being do it tries to make this Loop this chatter a a truth in your life. Cuz what we should focus on expands, right? So here's where I would like to take the magic want. I would love for more people to understand that language matters and what you're hearing yourself say Thursday. The critical piece T reality cuz your reality is based on your strongest beliefs. So we gotta change our beliefs in order to change our lives. So change the story change your life essentially what I'm saying. So I wish more people would Embrace that and really analyze their thoughts because it will change their life. That's great. You know, I I learned a long time ago with this guy named John macknight. He was a community coalesce around the country maybe forty years ago. He wrote these books and one of the things he suggested that when people sit down in different levels of you know, government community in a non-profit faith-based that in order to really create effective change and it to to develop emerging leadership and create new leaders. We're going to have to come up with a new common language is a common language that were currently this was forty years ago and you look at what's going on with the Divide today, you know one says this one says that people take political positions to make decisions. Like where's the heart you know off? Anyway, it was great great listening to your Insight today. So tell tell everyone how to get a hold of India current. Well, how do they be so there's a couple of ways you can I encourage everyone to check my website because I have a ton of free resources PDFs podcast blog and that's just my name India. Kern is India like the country current is k e r n a n d o Tren. Com and then if you want to talk to me and I offer anyone that's interested in coaching. I offer free coaching. So contact me at my email that's connect at India Co., so I'm also on Facebook on Instagram as the divorce recovery mentor and is let's see what else I think that's it..
"luke luke" Discussed on WTOP
"Good Sunday morning. I'm John Dome and Luke Luke. It is our producer coming up. The president makes his Supreme Court nominee known and at 9 41 will talk about it with a George Mason University law professor, North Korea quietly building its nuclear program. I'm J J Green. Is it coated 19 or the flu? What's being done to help doctors figure that out? I'm Michelle Bash w th the news time 9 31. President Trump is nominating Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to take the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U. S. Supreme Court, and now the Rush is on in the Senate to get Barrett confirmed before Election Day. President Trump Introduce Judge Amy Cockney Bear as his nominee for the Supreme Court, with both making efforts to preemptively answer critics Amy Cockney Barrett. Will decide cases. Based on the text of the Constitution, as written If confirmed, I would not assume that role for the sake of those in my own circle. And certainly not for my own sake. I would assume this role to serve you. If Barrett is confirmed by the Senate, the 48 year old who now sits on the seventh U. S Circuit Court of Appeals would become the youngest associate justice on the current Supreme Court that CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry reporting from the White House. The Republican National Committee is planning to spend $10 million on ads meant to push for support for Coney Barrett's confirmation. The ads will run primarily online. But her nomination is expected to be used to appeal to voters in election battleground states like Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Florida, where conservative Catholic and evangelical voters in particular will be targeted. GOP is also planning events and protest to help push her nomination forward. More than seven million Americans have now been infected by Cove in 19, and the death toll is tops 240,000 people far more than any other country. As the global death toll from the pandemic closes in on one million, the World Health Organization warns that number could double before vaccine is available unless we do it all. The numbers. You speak about our not only imaginable, but unfortunately and, sadly, very likely across the country. Some states are doing their best to provide a safe since of normalcy in Texas. A visit to the state fair now means a drive through masks and timed entry ticket. It's a lot of fun to get in the house and do something like this. Even under the circumstances, New York City continues to open with caution, making outdoor dining permanent that CBS's Daniel Bacchus it's 9 33. Today, hundreds of Melwood employees of differing abilities are on the front lines to stop the spread of the Corona virus by providing cleaning services to more than 60, federal agencies and military sites in D C. Maryland and Virginia. As a nonprofit organization, Melwood relies on your generosity to provide job trading and support for people of different Abilities so they can succeed in their jobs. Go to mellow dot or to donate cash or car or donate through CFC to 1166. The University of Florida is building an unstoppable future by expanding access to education and technology. To do this. The University of Florida is.
Luka Doncic clips the Los Angeles Clippers with game winning shot
"In Game three and their loss. The Dallas Mavericks left the game did Luca don changes in the third quarter? He left the game with an ankle injury. He was listed as a game time decision today in the Dallas loss in Game three. Christophe Cruising Had a very good game. 31 points. You picked up the slack Despite the fact the Mavericks lost by eight so entering game number four this afternoon. Question was what Look, um, play. The answer was Yes. Okay, so Dallas is going to get Luca on a bum wheel. But the good news is you still have. Christopher is English. Right? Well right before tip off, we all find out that Chris stop forcing. This is not playing for Dallas. He's got a knee issue. He's just out for the game. So look is playing Trey Burke gets to start and everyone's wondering. Wait. What just happened here? And then all of a sudden, Williams started to move before he had to go back and retrieve it on the left sideline. Jackson guarding him in the right hand on the cross over into the paint shoots off the left foot scores. Lou Williams 14 points in the first half. The Williams would have a saw and outstanding game for the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers lead this one by his many is 21 points. Believe the second quarter, the Mavericks actually started to make a run. And then all of a sudden it would be the Dallas Mavericks that had the Liebert try to sleep through a tip plateau by heart away to the rim along the right baseline spins Homer reverse layup. It's the first lead for the Mavericks since he was five before 5 73. Dallas was down as many as 21. They actually would take the lead and they would make the lead grown the screen. Luca drives right slot spend 3 60 Black right. Shoot scars in one. Stop it. Luka Dantchev 27 points, 11 rebounds, 12 assists. We're not yet to the forth, and he has the Mavericks up seven. That's the funny part, John saying Stop it. We're not even close to being done yet. Luca don chips would have himself a day Dallas would go from down 21 toe up by 12. Then all of a sudden here come the Clippers. Jackson saved you from going out of bounds up the Florida Leonard. Transition. Three Having fun Yet Yet two two point point game game is is why why Leonard Leonard and and Luke Luke Adachi Adachi is is putting putting on on a a show show shot shot making making at at its its finest finest 1 1 19 1 17 at that point from under the rim of the left corner out of the deep left corner checks and buries it. On the hardest spot this chute on the floor. Welcome to the bubble N ba. All the big shots go down. It's exactly how it works. Al PJ in that fourth quarter very late in the closing seconds, each team would have a player fouled, taking the three pointer. Each team would have said player make only two free throws. We were tied at 1 21, and then we went to overtime. And over. Time is going to be our turning point brought to you by my computer career training for a better life. I'm just going to let the play the highlights role. They tell all the stories a minute five to go driving the paint. Lou Williams lays it up and draws a foul Lou Williams half a day. 33 points and possibly one more in a moment. He wasn't done. Sean 36 points off the bench for Doc Rivers Clippers again done the Clippers air trying to go up 31 in the series. Lou Williams goes for 36 past the dancing Down the rights of the lane, euro step shoots and scores off the glass Timeout, Doc Rivers, All right, look a daunting to undock down that pair. The Mavericks go back in front. But no, we're not done. Kids. Hawaiian, Leonard catches between the rings goes around to the right side fallout instead of three. Doyline, guarded by Keiji 13 12 off across over the paint. Don't look in the corner. Morris for three, buried it for the lead. Moke Morris senior Marcus Morris senior. They call a move. He knocked down a three he has played for the Knicks earlier this year, he knocks down the three the Clippers take the one point lead. It looks like the Clippers are going to go. Up three games to one Dallas inbounds in the front court. The first time they inbound in the front court. The Clippers used their foul too, given the extra session, so reload one final time for the highlight. You will now hear. 40 10 pointing 30 times, Maybe 30 times until Tuesday's Game five gets it into Dodge Systems out of half court to the top of the arc steps left three for the win. It's just wanted for the Mavericks as time expires at the end of every time 135 133 43 points for the jet I and the Siri's is tied to On believable. What do you say? Unbelievable. Luca. This is nuts. Look a dungeons the on ly player.
Washington, DC - Metro Train Derails in Maryland After Possibly Going Through Red Signal
"Tonight's Metro reign derailment at the Silver Springs station. The derailment itself happening much earlier today has been causing some heavy delays, often on on the the red red line. line. Early Early assessments assessments from from the the Washington Washington Metro Metro Rail Rail Safety Safety Commission Commission suggests suggests the the train train passed passed a a red red signal signal just just before before the the derailment. derailment. W W T. T. Opie's Opie's Luke Luke Luke, Luke, IRT IRT on on the the scene. Most of the red Lines train cars hadn't even left the platform when, at around 11 20 this morning, it partially derailed the front. Two cars left the track and what Metro calls a low speed derailment. Most Trains. 32 passengers were able to leave the train by themselves, but people here Inger with Montgomery County Fire and Rescue, says the train's operator in a single passenger needed evacuation conductor. I believe one other passenger We're basically trapped behind some jam doors. No injuries have been reported, but the train's operator has been taken for evaluation per federal regulation in
Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing
"Everybody welcome to the show. Yeah. After new years. Twenty two hundred eighty. Downsize you getting rid of some stuff? You getting rid of stuff. That's usually my wife stuff that I want. To tell her that you're getting rid of it. Most of the time I don't most of the time what I say is. Do we need this thing? I say in a very high pitch? Yes, and does she look at and go ways? What are you doing? You know that's precious. We need that. I'm GONNA fix that. She says I'm going to fix that Oh we need this. I'm going fix that. Yeah, and then just slowly. You just move it further and further out of the room until it's in the basement, and then once everybody's forgotten about because garbage. I'm just trying to get rid of stuff in my inbox. I am trying to unsubscribe from every store and yes, you're nodding your head because you have too many emails. Can we agree that it's easier to get a divorce than unsubscribe from a mailing list Oh my God. Why is that so hard? I bought a bath mat. You from you once. You know we're not in a real relationship. Okay, but every time you're like I gotta get out of here. There's an exit interview super desperate. Why are you leasing? Why are you leaving, too? Many messages is by content relevant. Do you not recall signing up I? Recall I recall. Our special guest is singer actor model Luke. Luke James for beyond say technically I'm opening for him so technically I've opened for beyond say. And you guys by third degree have seen beyond say in a bar in Brooklyn so. Well done everybody Luke. James is very impressive, but I think the most impressive thing about him is that he looks fantastic in a bucket hat. You can't do that. Not everyone can do that if I put on a bucket hat I looked like a Combo of blossom and a sad fishermen all right. They should call bucket hats, what they are good for the really really young or very very old. People have described Luke James's music as the perfect music to make out to. You know what I like hearing when I make out. Applause. Just a slow sarcastic clap. That's it. I'm ready to French people. During this I say okay I'm ready to. And I say people because I usually have a few possibilities lined up. Just don't WANNA I don't WanNa. Cut off any up. Sometimes. Things just change, and you never know so. We have four brilliant contestants their backstage right now, determining how many self help books one needs to read before they can consider themselves helped. And one of them will be our big winner and the other three combine other book. Let's play some games, everybody. Our first contestants will play a game about cities original names I call it. Where in the world is Carmen San Miguel? I up Sarah Sand Cooler. YOU'RE A lab technician at the Columbia University Medical Center. I am all right. You recently moved your lab from Rochester to Columbia. So and you were saying you were finding really weird things. People left behind I was so. We're moving into moved into temporary lab space, which people apparently sort of took an excuse to just abandon all the stuff they didn't want which included refrigerator doors filled with human is. Humanize. So what do you do with leftover is? Call the Bio Hazardous Waste Disposal People. Yeah, and they show up and they take them away. Yes, thankfully. To well. That's good. Where are they? All right so when you ring in, we'll hear this. Your opponent is Paul Alexander from. Toronto Ontario where you are a criminal defense lawyer. That is true. Paul, you are in the Guinness Book of World Records. Yeah Okay, how why? I'm in a band and our band somehow got involved in what is now in the Guinness Book of world, records as the longest ever concert by multiple artists. Okay, so wait a second. So what did you have to fulfil well? There were eighteen and a quarter days of continuous music. Each band had a one hour set. There could be no more than five minutes between bands, and I think no more than thirty seconds between songs in a band set, and you had to go a certain number of songs before there could be a repeat. What time did your Ben? Play we got the six PM slot on the last day. That's the best. And, we're the people in the audience. Yeah, it was crammed. I mean the was the size of this stage, so it was going to be crammed even if it's not just the members of the band that sounds
Houston Hospitals Ready For COVID Surge, CEOs Say
"From the four largest hospital systems in Houston say they are ready to handle handle the the surgeon surgeon Corona Corona virus virus patients. patients. If If it it comes comes to to that that the the heads heads of of Houston Houston Methodist Methodist Memorial Memorial Hermann Hermann ST ST Luke's Luke's Health Health and and Texas Texas Children's Children's Hospital Hospital or or reassuring reassuring Houstonians. Houstonians. After After a a recent recent surge surge and and local local covert covert 19 19 cases. cases. The The Texas Texas Medical Medical Center Center says says 97% 97% of of area area beds beds are are occupied. occupied. But But Dr Dr Mark Mark boom boom with with Houston Houston Methodist Methodist says that number doesn't tell the whole story. We're concerned that there is a level of alarm in the community that is unwarranted right now, because we do have the capacity to care for many more patients and have lots of fluidity and ability to hospital officials are asking you to do everything you can to help flatten the curve again. This comes as the Texas governor issues an executive order suspending elective surgeries and hospitals in Harris County.
"Welcome to episode two of Cap Task. Today is the twenty ninth of May Two thousand twenty. Here is your up to the news from around the Sport Surfing Media Music. You name it news. I up Joe with what's going on in the surf line all. There's a lot of things going on in Surpli- Big notable ones is summer. Season is upon us here so I am always a big advocate. Coastal Athlete Paranthan Swim near lifeguards and guarded and protected areas. Be Smart about where you're going out and the big thing that I have a lot of press about and I've really been excited about that started. With the south there is about rip currents in getting pulled out and recurrence getting caught recurrence. Kind of how to identify them what they look like on shore from above how to keep yourself safe in them so. I don't gain. Do you know much about riptides or recurrence at all. When I was a child I got caught in one in a lifeguard ring to be real real good for it so I know like to. I'd like it's hard me so like I'm afraid of them now. All I know. Oh does that kind of explained your ocean experienced to be thrown away. I've had plenty of scarring ocean. Sounds were you at the house of Man when you got moon hall is much younger than that. There was a much much of a drunken swimming. Only Ocean House of man. I was GONNA say that's a great spot to you know. Go swimming drunken in the middle of the night as I'm shaking my head. If you can watch me so ship would what do you know about rip currents or is it rip current Riptide? I don't I always get that screwed Jess Joe. I guess the biggest difference between rip current and Riptide is that a rip current is generated by focused wave action or wave action creeping along a beach whereas riptide is generated by the flooding or draining of a coastal waterway. Or so for example. A riptide is like a steady constant thing that will basically like. It's a repeating process right because all the water that is upstream is now being pushed back out into the ocean that brackish water whereas riptide couldn't like form in something as small as a long a fifteen foot stretch of beach or it could be as long as you know a five hundred foot stretch of beach. Yes a little bit more variable and intermittent. Okay so what I hear what a rip tide is tied. Based so I think about the San Francisco Bay and how you have the ebbing and flowing tides and how those have very strong polls when they're doing that as opposed to beach contoured causing rip currents that's not dependent on the tide that can happen at any tide will. It's not beach contours. It's wave action relative to the beach so Waves that crash directly on the beach won't necessarily generate a riptide waves arrive angrily on a beach will generate a riptide consistently wall. Thank you for sharing that little bit. Specifically if you're looking for more info about visuals on it L. A. County lifeguards. La Co lifeguards on instagram. They actually have a four or five page thing on their feed that talks about recurrence and it also shows some really good visuals of it. I don't remember riposted because I cannot figure that out and then I believe wasn't a Shep you're telling me that wavelengths had an article the other day and I think I saw it but I think you might have read it. All the article was by Luke. Luke gartside wrote it and it's about the findings of an associate professor from the Naval Postgraduate School who we have reached out to an asked to come on the podcast to talk about the findings that they've published Jen the title is a little click. Beatty everything you know about how to survive a rip could be wrong. What the article is basically saying? Is that what we teach people in general the keep it simple stupid method? Is that you swim parallel to the beach until you swim out of the riptide. After which point you can make your way back in now. What they did was they used INC tests. They did all types of different trace tests and they found out that summed up type to actually form almost figure eight pattern. They recycle into themselves. And so what they advocate for is not investing energy going with the Riptide And then trying to swim once. It's kicked you out so I don't WanNa without without talking to the person who published this. I don't WanNA come out too strong here. But what will say is that when it comes to teaching water survival. What coastal athlete program has taught since its founding and that we will teach until the day that you know they shut us down is that it is better to be an active participant in the scenario than a passive victim. So if you are in a riptide it makes more sense to swim with the tide. Right you walk with the escalator than it does to relax and wait for it to potentially pull you into an even worse situation if you generate momentum by swimming with the tide you can actually get enough speed to potentially break free of it a lot sooner
Summer Surfing Safety Tips
"Welcome to episode two of Cap Task. Today is the twenty ninth of May Two thousand twenty. Here is your up to the news from around the Sport Surfing Media Music. You name it news. I up Joe with what's going on in the surf line all. There's a lot of things going on in Surpli- Big notable ones is summer. Season is upon us here so I am always a big advocate. Coastal Athlete Paranthan Swim near lifeguards and guarded and protected areas. Be Smart about where you're going out and the big thing that I have a lot of press about and I've really been excited about that started. With the south there is about rip currents in getting pulled out and recurrence getting caught recurrence. Kind of how to identify them what they look like on shore from above how to keep yourself safe in them so. I don't gain. Do you know much about riptides or recurrence at all. When I was a child I got caught in one in a lifeguard ring to be real real good for it so I know like to. I'd like it's hard me so like I'm afraid of them now. All I know. Oh does that kind of explained your ocean experienced to be thrown away. I've had plenty of scarring ocean. Sounds were you at the house of Man when you got moon hall is much younger than that. There was a much much of a drunken swimming. Only Ocean House of man. I was GONNA say that's a great spot to you know. Go swimming drunken in the middle of the night as I'm shaking my head. If you can watch me so ship would what do you know about rip currents or is it rip current Riptide? I don't I always get that screwed Jess Joe. I guess the biggest difference between rip current and Riptide is that a rip current is generated by focused wave action or wave action creeping along a beach whereas riptide is generated by the flooding or draining of a coastal waterway. Or so for example. A riptide is like a steady constant thing that will basically like. It's a repeating process right because all the water that is upstream is now being pushed back out into the ocean that brackish water whereas riptide couldn't like form in something as small as a long a fifteen foot stretch of beach or it could be as long as you know a five hundred foot stretch of beach. Yes a little bit more variable and intermittent. Okay so what I hear what a rip tide is tied. Based so I think about the San Francisco Bay and how you have the ebbing and flowing tides and how those have very strong polls when they're doing that as opposed to beach contoured causing rip currents that's not dependent on the tide that can happen at any tide will. It's not beach contours. It's wave action relative to the beach so Waves that crash directly on the beach won't necessarily generate a riptide waves arrive angrily on a beach will generate a riptide consistently wall. Thank you for sharing that little bit. Specifically if you're looking for more info about visuals on it L. A. County lifeguards. La Co lifeguards on instagram. They actually have a four or five page thing on their feed that talks about recurrence and it also shows some really good visuals of it. I don't remember riposted because I cannot figure that out and then I believe wasn't a Shep you're telling me that wavelengths had an article the other day and I think I saw it but I think you might have read it. All the article was by Luke. Luke gartside wrote it and it's about the findings of an associate professor from the Naval Postgraduate School who we have reached out to an asked to come on the podcast to talk about the findings that they've published Jen the title is a little click. Beatty everything you know about how to survive a rip could be wrong. What the article is basically saying? Is that what we teach people in general the keep it simple stupid method? Is that you swim parallel to the beach until you swim out of the riptide. After which point you can make your way back in now. What they did was they used INC tests. They did all types of different trace tests and they found out that summed up type to actually form almost figure eight pattern. They recycle into themselves. And so what they advocate for is not investing energy going with the Riptide And then trying to swim once. It's kicked you out so I don't WanNa without without talking to the person who published this. I don't WanNA come out too strong here. But what will say is that when it comes to teaching water survival. What coastal athlete program has taught since its founding and that we will teach until the day that you know they shut us down is that it is better to be an active participant in the scenario than a passive victim. So if you are in a riptide it makes more sense to swim with the tide. Right you walk with the escalator than it does to relax and wait for it to potentially pull you into an even worse situation
Washington DC to Lift Stay-at-Home Order on Friday; Here’s What Can Reopen
"It's another sign things are starting to get back to some sort of new normal the stay at home order in DC will be lifted this Friday let's get the latest from WTOP's Luke Luke art the district will begin re opening this week in mayor Muriel Bowser says that includes the partial re opening of restaurants with outdoor seating and tables at least six feet apart and if you are in desperate need of a haircut begin making an appointment with your salon or barber shop now barber shops and salons are going to be able to open by appointment only workstations will need to be six feet apart nonessential retail will also be allowed to reopen for curbside service in most of DC's parks will re open as well with the exception of indoor facilities and playgrounds gatherings of more than ten people will still be prohibited during phase one social distancing and face coverings are still recommended lugar WTOP
"luke luke" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Then when they don't act like I think they should act like the elder brother I'd become angry and cut them off the many years ago. My niece was getting married. And she had a favourite pastor and she asked him if he would do the wedding she had cut me off. Because I had left that denomination. I was so angry because of that snub that insult that refused to go to the wedding. I've always been sorrowful my heart about that. I was wrong. It was pride. My pride likes to hide in common sense but pride likes to hide and expectations for people to act like Jesus. My pride hides in in. I demands that people respect me. It's all wicked pride. It's all wicked pride. There's a parable that Jesus gave I. I frankly think it probably was not a parable. He used it as a parable. But I'm suspecting that he experienced what is being spoken of in. Luke Luke the fifteenth chapter. No Luke the fourteenth chapter he was invited as a as a guest at the house of a prominent Pharisee and.
"luke luke" Discussed on X96
"What's your what's your most common call lately it's been the code that what what are the what are calling what are they calling nine one one about that for sometimes difficulty breathing I know well or they they possibly have it I want to be transported so mmhm yeah let me ask you this he use it mostly old people who called nine one one it's not mostly old people call them at one eight B. you never know now it's kind of a fascinating job I would think in a lot of ways and it key it keeps you on your toes and always keeps you kind of interested I would think yeah it's a very interesting I do fire medical dispatch so when you have an interesting because like needing birds rescued from trees birds yes it didn't have the moment well get ready for a weekend full of people drinking bleach some I already have my concerns because of our eating tide pods so I already have my concerns about things that people will be with disinfectant yeah all right well Christina thanks so much for checking in with us and it's good work that you do and keep it up and and keep keep listening to radio from hell of course you guys help me get on my way to work and get me motivated to go to work every morning I appreciate the things you have to do it existing it's a stressful job you have bye all right let's talk to Luke Luke Luke Luke don't don't don't worry they'll tell wireless line on Gina I just general or caring that half of that I was at and maybe people are sick to death of when they call and it's Josh and we go Josh do that never gets no that will never gets old that was obscure your all of my life yeah that salute what do you do for work twenty a wire yep and I'm up in about I work for a construction supply company building materials yes exteriors so do you drive do you drive a truck and have to make deliveries to sites no I work in the in the warehouse on loading unloading trucks all day no ma'am hard work it is I've noticed when I've been out and about that a lot of the major construction sites in town and there are many are still pretty pretty active it looks like they're still they're still building like there's no tomorrow more.
"luke luke" Discussed on WTOP
"Allen Luke Luke is at the internist ask coming up numerous tax from his fellow candidates disrupted the debut of former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg on the debate stage the gunman opened fire at several locations in Germany killing as many as ten people a seventeen year old is arrested in the shooting death of another seventeen year old I'm with Sanderson good morning it's eight thirty one CBS news update the democratic candidates took a nap the new guy on stage at last night's debate Democrats take a huge risk if we just substitute one arrogant billionaire for another Elizabeth Warren targeting Michael Bloomberg on NBC CBS news senior political analyst Jon out here's Bloomberg first but the response for all day today as all I know is I've been very lucky made a lot of money and I'm giving it all the way to make this country better and a good chunk of it because the Democratic Party is now senior political analyst John Dickerson she really came to play and if iron sharpens iron it was a real benefit for her to have Michael Bloomberg there because they wheeled on stage the kind of person she's been essentially attacking her here were somewhat Lindbergh's rivals also down again on non disclosure agreements with former female staffers and tax returns which he hasn't released when the debate ended Joe Biden said welcome to the party man president trump held a campaign rally in Phoenix CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez now following strong results in Iowa and New Hampshire and a pretty good performance last night Bernie Sanders stands as the clear front runner in the democratic party right now and with current polling suggesting good returns in upcoming primaries USA TODAY's Washington bureau chief Susan page tells us the other candidates may have reason to worry he is in a position now where he may well when in Nevada on Saturday looking good in California for super Tuesday on March third and the other candidates I think the for moderate candidates onstage are concerned that he may pile up such a delegate lead that he is unstoppable after super Tuesday WTOP is Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller has more now on the major votes that are coming on super Tuesday delegates from fourteen states will be at stake on super Tuesday now less than two weeks away on March third one of the states in play is Virginia and the candidates are stretching their resources trying to target voters where they can Michael Bloomberg has already spent more than one hundred and twenty million dollar it is in the states more than all the other candidates combined Maryland senator Chris van Hollen hopes his fellow Democrats will spend less time taking aim at each other and focus on kitchen table issues important to voters getting a great education for their kids making sure they can get to and from work making sure that they have secure and affordable health care reduce the cost of prescription drugs retirement security those of the big issues on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news one time trump confident an ally Roger stone is set to be sentenced this morning in DC federal court here in Washington the high profile cases taken on additional importance since president trump last week blasted the federal prosecutors who won stone's conviction as corrupt when they recommended to the judge a prison sentence of seven to nine years Attorney General William Barr and the justice department withdrew that recommendation as excessive that resulted in all four federal prosecutors quitting the case that is CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff that sentencing hearing set to begin at ten o'clock this morning coming up investigators looking for clues after a gunman kills many people in Germany it's eight thirty four the best way to appreciate.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Recap (Spoilers)
"Just want to put my cards on the table. Right at the front rise of Skywalker is not a great movie. Okay it is not even really a good movie. It's all right movie. Get what happens in less which left a lot of people who are fans a star Star. Wars really annoyed his. They decided to clean up the mess and cleaning up the mess leads to a really really jam packed movie. That doesn't have any room to breathe. It takes a lot of weeks that I don't know where the puck thing force. Helium Lean. How how did you see? She's deflecting line. Lean only Mason Nokia. Whatever anyway it takes leaves is trying to say and I think it's not a good movie however compared to the last Jedi it is like Shakespeare because the last Jedi for like five minutes here getting the this shit the way because this is what this is initiated us to talk about this in the first place? Wow you feel or personal. Do you feel like the last night is a good movie or do you feel like it's just the best of the three. I think I would qualify it as a good movie. Yeah I enjoyed it. I don't understand that. The side is objectively a bad movie. The choices it makes and the things that ask us to do with the characters that we've long loved it just but uh-huh Here's the thing I didn't feel like we need to really have a discussion about that. I feel like what we can agree on is the Disney. Didn't have a plan. They bought a four billion dollar franchise and and decided to make a trilogy which I guess they did that. Just because that's like the cool thing to do like they did trilogies. Let's do one now. But they didn't have a frigging plan. And like I know people have problems with the prequels but as I said so if you bought online at least the prequels had a plant it had a line of thought it had lower like the writing was terrible. Oh and I felt like the execution was pretty bad and somebody effects weren't great but at least I believe that the screenwriters and the producer and the director like had a vision of what they wanted to show us like growing up and then he kills the people killed his mom and then he becomes dark and we saw how that happened. I couldn't even tell you what the last three movies were about like. I guess they were about this girl named Ray who was the daughter. Granddaughter Powell Patine which how did that happen did he get busy. I don't know but like I just like why. Here's the thing. Why do I care about these people? At least I cared about Anna. Can I cared about luke doc I cared about layoffs on never gave a shit about ray fin and I never cared about any of these people. Why did they did they show them my TV? So my movie screen and I'm like why are you here. Why are you bothering me? So that's where I'm coming from. I here's the thing that the rise of Skywalker can be accused of anything and one of them is having a lot of fan service in it but considering that the last Jedi I had virtually no fan service in it I feel like the rise of Skywalker can be excused for like letting fans is literally get wet with themselves with everything. They've got nights of rain on my God. Oh my God lake For Stanley all my God like real Landau Landau like. It does so much that we wanted to see. We hope to see in like this entire trilogy. It was just like shoves them all into one movie. And there's no time to breathe and you're like how the hell do that happened. BALCON game bag. I guess I guess he's back like like he cloned himself just sorcery. Oh again like they did. They don't even explain it. They don't even get a hand. Wait to your and it's just like it happens deal with it and then so we can talk about the movie. Now go ahead. I know you agree with me. They showed about a pre compliant. Yes I completely agree that I mean I I definitely I I will agree with you. I thought the Prequel trilogy was the better trilogy. And it's not even close not even close so thank. God Oh my God okay okay literally. You're not totally malfunctioning. Okay well I also say that as somebody that probably enjoyed the prequel trilogy Morrison focused because I actually think. It's pretty underrated I think that I think George. Lucas is really good at world building and he has a lot of interesting ideas and I know this is a fairly common opinion but he just needs to be. I think edited a little bit helped along with some dialogue choices and so on But I would much prefer stilted dialogue weird performances and silly CGI then like a bland flat world that that doesn't really go anywhere and a story. That is not really a cohesive because that's what star wars to to me at least is it's fantastic and like yes. The new trilogy is much prettier and the performances are better and the dialogue is beer but lots of movies can do that. You know what I mean. The imagination being imaginative. That's would star wars was to me. It's it's really like was when I was a kid like opened my mind to like all of these new crazy worlds and aliens and fun fantasy like things and that's what I liked about it so personally for me. I enjoyed the prequel trilogy much more than and I personally will say well. They didn't know that was going to be Luke's Luke's father in the empire strikes back. They just thought of that along the way so it wasn't like they had a plan back then but they had lucas as somebody who has an over arching figure who was in charge of Star Wars. Here what do you have. Kathleen Kennedy. I guess who just doesn't care really. What way director takes again? I feel like the ends of the three is the best one we because when I saw the force awakens yes it is basically a reprise of new hope fine but like it helped me and I was like excited for where we could go. Oh my God like seriously this is serious. Part of Brent. I'M NOT CLASSIC J.J. Abrams is that he's he's good at starting things. Yes exactly and I'm like Oh my God like who smoke in like what's his backstory and the Knights of ran and how Kylo fall to the dark side. Who's this ray girl and she can do everything? I'm sure there are going to explain that. Not
"luke luke" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"This is Luke Luke good morning I don't look Lil Kim is worth is on the line what happened and how you look right on good not the cans are this is now I think it is great and let our doctor got your merit your data must be out of the bag not the although it so I'm like you pretty funny off Mike del Grande bed look you pick you pick out your IV is the lead in that well first of all who welcome to America yeah welcome to Los Angeles so you moved from Australia yeah yeah it that did you meet your girlfriend you go from American yeah in a minute thank you drag me back out of the area I've never met an Australian I didn't want to live with you don't I mean like I've met those Hemsworth's you want to live with them totally the good times where we're at we went with me on the pit you truly are now I would think you're also good time Charlie like you're always yeah you see me always in a good mood yeah absolutely absolutely Scott look what is it what is it you do now that you're in LA well right now I'm sitting on a tiny been paid yet given the weapons the uneasy GA Thursday love it why is Luke living our best life right now yeah I'm living it up but I'll try to do as little as possible while I'm here okay well look nice that's that's good for you and so there's a show there I've been on a radio show there the Kyle and Jackie show yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah you know that yeah I have a court because while it called the many active rally aptly maniac figures the legend the head but rather on a night out really yeah yeah you're not able you know we we should also right yeah well you know you got it you know what yeah we do you mean ally Ryan that yeah I haven't seen him in a live only talk to on the radio but next time we we should do a field trip to Sydney some can tile and the whole gang bands worth parents what a good time we'll go from divide as Sydney we had a big fight we did that call actually record from ally well maybe I didn't know that yeah yeah yeah out of the year anyway well this is Luke you made my day you made me feel more relaxed I are you new girlfriend Sirius yeah yeah yeah yeah right yeah yeah yeah when I understand awesome well good luck to you guys and thanks so much for Tom brown yeah have a good surf yeah and the other at the that okay you got to Luke by a lot of what I could you not be that's better than incense hi guys as well but like you have to I do not so maybe we should all done it maybe we should be in Australia one factoid a guy friend that lives in Australia we you and I should go in there for a week to Sydney and see what comes of it I don't hate it I don't either I think the disposition eyes really played that that right there you couldn't I would you let let loose try to do as well as possible I play give up a job file not totally ages makes me very early to be fine he's like now beats going to surplus then I think I mean that was not quite as accent but I got you like he had a very thick Australian I saw yeah but you know it seems like you give me an Australian there smiling Miley nice guy a cult figure alleged we should be using words like that animal your animal time in animal I know I really liked his jargon I like these jargon is what not someone's been reading something on air.
A Crash Course in Business Model Innovation
"Technological innovation and business model innovation are really the same thing and this is really pervasive found in the high tech stuff that word where you might have have technical founders which initially might believe that all they need is technology that innovation to succeed in the marketplace but in reality what you need it's really business model innovation which comes down in understanding your customers and the problems that they're facing before you've been provide technical a solution so what i'm saying is that by believing that technology innovation. He's the same thing of business moderation. You believe that by providing a technical solution generally ever accompany back if you have a technical solution that nobody wants. You don't have a company so this is very important to understand business. Model innovation starts by defining the problem has clearly as possible embalmed standing the customers esley possible amana standing would existing sitting affinities. They're using and then after that creating technology product that can help them actually saw that specific problem not. Let's get it forward. Let's understand what's to be smarter than it's really made the different abilities locks and it can be defined as an only stick repeatable and scalable week to create and capture value now. Let the stanford what's the mindset behind the business model innovation business model innovation. It's about using experimentation in the entire british ship world so we're enterpreneurs use to make most of the decisions based on gas. Now we the business model innovation. We won't introduce a bit of experimentation so that we can actually speed up the process of launching successful businesses and and especially if we want to minimize the time that we waste and financial resources that we waste in the businesses which will never beat successful so again be smaller than innovation is about experimentation and a business model is just unexpected meant that an interpreter he strained to implement in the real world so so if scientists have actually you know experiments in the lab to test their ideas an entrepreneur can actually manufacture a business model to see if this is gonna work in the world and if it does this is going to be an opportunity to build a viable business so where scientists is gonna cry to prove let the <unk> interpreter actually gonna try to grab a market opportunity and these different <unk> otherwise is very easy to confuse enterpreneur for a scientist. Those are very different girls with very different objectives now. Let's forward and lessen the stand that difference between just digital as a small end the so-called platform business model i won't do i like the french vehicles settled misunderstanding around the topic so as in the digital allege many companies have a website as soon as they actually open up their website. They call themselves apply for a waiver of lot from business this model. It's something more complex than that. Let me give you a weak example when you go on amazon and you buy a product chances are this product is not a actually relative the made by amazon but is the product which she's <hes> sand by a third party seller on damage platform therefore amazon is not just johny homers amazon is a platform is about from business model because on needs website it all third party sellers which are actually selling their products products through amazon and amazon is using these inventories to fulfill to actually delivered the sprouts for since in many cases so again in this case as ahmanson platform because it's managing the bhakti products so is not just setting its products so he's not selling. It's france in linear way way so just like a normal basis but it's managing the interactions on the platform and the mortar company manages in deductions the more it is about from business model it is also leveraging on data and it is leveraging on technology which is able to process the state up to actually create what we call in the business world network took effect to mean that the more users free might join a bat from the more the platform might become actually valuable that for if you have a website and you start to build your product and savvy to your customers. This is a very linear business end as sach. These is not latte from business model. You can always start a new governor. Wastelands form your company in the platform obese model if it makes sense because in some cases blood from mrs models actually a very high degree of scabby and because they can take advantage of what we called network effects but in reality in most cases you want to focus initially on building your linear business zone offering products or services that you own or that you can actually deliver alert unless of course you're building marketplace which is different kinds of business on now. Let's say really quick glance and understanding between the into business models amazon google facebook now if we look at john actually look like as ecommerce business model from the outside. If luke luke winning company we can see the company's seven when it -sition strategies from a._w._s. Which is a lot from which is an ecosystem which is different from the main platform <hes> which targets free since ski customers accompanies and depth of winning companies like seals and so the existing looks quite different from in the ecommerce spot from and then it also has another -tising machine which targets free since a third party sellers which sells items on the platform itself so again <unk>. If at it superficially we might conclude and if you look at the meditation we met concluded that i'm he's primarily an ecommerce. It's not then if look at google which is cold alphabet the the primary company. If you look at the money decision again we might conclude the google is still a media business but in reality if look more indepth weekend realized that google really is a diversified as when in fact it says police since android platform which is mobile up from that is stem that has different logics compared to the other parts of the business and again even if he makes most of its money still from the product it's alerts business although steve primarily a media company including a company like facebook facebook three neverthe- advertising machine and if you look at the news feed which is the primary asset to the company and that's where most most the money's made and today named percent of all of his grandma's are coming from advertising invisible the products like messenger or <hes> eastern ram which also add up to the monetization strategy company so if you ask me what's miss molly. We'll see stephanie facebook. It's still primarily under -tising businessman now. If you look at the door that you have available to actually uranium business that are similar to say you can use emmy allied three tools the first one the business model canvas by alexander also wonder these of any <hes> do which can be used and it's made the <unk> blocks that can help you understand any candle handle business. <unk> of the business model canvas called the lean canvas by ash manja. N._b._c.'s also useful for companies which are starting from scratch because it suited to focus on understanding the key customers and the problems that they're facing with existing <unk> tentatives existing democracies have their in which is called scaling cam which extracted from the book the skating by golden by rid of mine co-founder of lincoln. Actually it is a a tool that looks modern ovation by leveraging on for growth factors and avoiding to vote leaders now without going join do much into that. Those are some of the tools that you can use of course you can find them on for week m._b._a. But now just to finalize and a few key takeaways these reasons modal innovation. It's really about experimentation. He tweeted about you know manufacturing experiments reward so that you can minimize the time takes to build a successful
PatientPop, The Proven Practice Growth Platform
"I I wanted wanted to to feature feature a a tech tech startup startup story story. The to hollow highlight at a a very very important important fact fact that that we we seldom seldom talk talk about about even even on on this this show. show. And And that that is is the the solution solution isn't isn't always always as as important important as as the the problem problem and and also also exploit exploit market market testing testing your your technology technology in in your your startup. startup. I'm I'm the the growing growing pains pains under under hurdles hurdles of of managing managing funding. funding. Wouldn't Wouldn't you're you're lucky lucky enough enough to to get get it. it. Of Of course. course. So So today's today's guests guests are are from from a a company company called called patient patient pop, pop, which which is is a a fast fast growing growing healthcare healthcare technology technology star star ROY ROY in in the the hall hall of of silicon silicon beach beach and and today's today's guest guest is is a a highly highly motivated motivated goal goal focused focused and and passionate passionate entrepreneur entrepreneur with with a a successful successful track track record record of of working working with with start startup up and and early early stage stage companies. companies. And And has has also also participated participated in in two two successful successful exit. exit. So So book book elope elope and and hold hold on on tight tight as as I I beam. beam. Your Your heirs heirs all all the the way way to to California. California. So So we we can can speak speak with with Luke Luke curving, curving, founder founder and and CEO see of off patient. patient Pop. pop. So So massive massive warm. warm. Welcome Welcome to to the the show. show. Can Can you you tell tell them them a a little little about about who who you you are? are? And And what what you you do. do. Sure. Sure. Thanks Thanks for for having having me me Neal. Neal. My My name name is is Luke Luke urban, urban, and and I'm I'm the the co co founder founder and and co-ceo cassia of of patient patient Pau Pau where where a a healthcare healthcare technology technology company company based based in in Santa Santa Monica. Monica. So So for for people people that that hearing hearing about about patient patient pub pub for for the the very very first first time, time, can can you you just just paint paint a a picture picture and and help help them them visualize. visualize. Exactly, Exactly, what what is is in in the the kind kind of of problems problems that that you you guys. guys. So So sure sure Beijing Beijing pop pop is is a a software software as as a a service service platform. platform. We We are are the the first first practice practice growth growth platform platform for for healthcare healthcare and and our our mission mission is is to to help help practices practices thrive. thrive. The The way way we we do do that that is is we we help help practices practices attract attract and and retain retain patients patients for for life. life. And And really really what what we're we're doing doing is. is. We've We've mapped mapped out out the the patient patient journey journey every every step step of of the the patient patient journey. journey. We We have have identified identified all all of of the the points points of of friction friction and and we've we've built built a a platform platform to to modernize modernize each each step step of of that that journey journey in in an an effort effort to to help. help. Bring Bring patients patients into into the the practice. practice. So So he he told told me me that more more about about how how you you guys guys actually sleep bringing bringing people people process process and and technology technology together together with with a a patient patient Paul Paul because because it it seems seems to to be be those those days days with of the the secret secret ingredients ingredients to to McCann can you yougov gossip successful. successful. Sure. Sure. Absolutely. Absolutely. So So we're we're approaching approaching four four hundred hundred employees employees at at patient up pop. The the one one thing thing I'll I'll say say about about our our companies companies that that were were very very metric metric driven driven every every employee employee is is working working towards towards a a target target set set of of metrics metrics or or outcomes. outcomes. And And so so to to set set goals goals at at patient patient op pop. we We use use a a system system or or a a framework framework called called okay okay ours. ours. And And this this is is a a framework framework that that we we started started using using two two or or three three years years ago. ago. And And the the reason reason I I like like it it is is because because it it encourages encourages accompany accompany teams teams and in employees employee's to to set set stretch stretch goals goals and and one one of of the the key key features features of of okay okay ours ours is is that that they're they're not not tied tied to to compensation compensation or or performance performance reviews. reviews. So So unlike unlike other other goal, goal, setting setting frameworks frameworks employees employees and and teams teams often often have have an an incentive incentive to to sandbag sandbag because because their their bonus. bonus. And And the the performance performance review review is is tied tied to to the the team payment of of those those goals. goals. And And so so what? what okay Okay. Ours. ours Teach teach us us is is that that we we really really should should try try to to separate separate those those two two things. things. And And so so that's that's how how we we said said goals goals at patient patient pop, pop. and And then then we we use use various various technologies technologies and in systems systems to to track track and and measure measure our our goal goal attainment. attainment. But But one one of of the the key key ones y. Owns a a Salesforce, Salesforce. we've We've built built her her entire entire business business on on Salesforce, Salesforce, both both our our sales sales org, org, and and our or customer customer successor successor is is using using Salesforce Salesforce on on a a daily daily basis, basis, and and that's that's the the platform platform that that we we use use amongst amongst others others to to track track and and report report on on our our key key metrics, metrics, I'm I'm curious curious how how you you got got way way will will today today them. them. So So what's what's the the textile textile story story behind behind patient patient pump and and discovering discovering that that solution solution isn't isn't always always as as important potent as as the the problem? problem? Exactly. Exactly. So, So, you you know, know, I I believe believe that that the the first first step step in in creating creating a a new new business business is is to to identify identify huge huge must must solve solve problem. problem. And And the the thinking thinking is is if if you you get get the the problem, problem, right? right? You'll You'll have have the the opportunity opportunity to to build build a a big big business. business. Even Even if if the the initial initial solution solution that that you you bring bring to to market market isn't isn't the the right right solution. solution. So So it's it's really really important important to to find find a a massive massive muscle muscle. problem. Prob. Problem. And And so so before before we we started started patient patient up up our our previous previous business business shop shop nation nation had had recently recently been been acquired, acquired, and and we we had had to to find find a a simple simple set set of of criteria criteria that that we we were were looking looking for for in in our our next next business. business. So So we we said said number number one one it it has has to to be be a a large large market market has has to to be be a a massive massive market market can't can't build build a a massive massive business business in in the the small small market. market. So So it it has has to to be be large large number number two. two. It It has has to to be be a a must must solve solve problem. problem. Right. Right. We We didn't didn't want want to to build build a a nice nice to to have have product product that that was was optional optional for for a a business. business. It It had had to to be be must must solve. solve. So So it it had had to to be be one one of of the the key key things. things. That That was was keeping keeping our our perspective perspective customers customers up up at at night. night. We We were were looking looking for for a a market market that that had had no no defined defined winners. winners. Or Or that that was was highly highly fragmented, fragmented, and and we we wanted wanted a to business business model model in in market market that that commanded commanded a a high high valuation valuation multiple. multiple. So So when when we we looked looked at at subscription subscription based based businesses businesses software software as as a a service service specifically specifically we we noticed noticed that that valuations valuations in in multiples multiples were were much much higher higher than than what what we're we're used used to to in in the the world world of of e-commerce. e-commerce. You You know, know, you're you're seeing seeing six six eight eight ten ten twelve twelve x x revenue revenue multiples multiples where where in the. the World world of of e-commerce, e-commerce, you you might might be be looking looking at at a one one or or two two x. x. So So we we liked liked that that about about this the subscription obstruction model, model. and And then then we we were were looking looking for for a a simple simple sales sales model. model. Right. Right. A A really really simple simple go go to to market market strategy strategy where where we we could could build build software software higher higher sales sales people people and in go going. into To the the market market and and sell sell it. it. So So before before we we did did any any research research and and started started thinking thinking about about the the next next opportunity, opportunity, my my business business partner, partner, and and I I had had written written down down that that criteria. criteria. And And we we would would judge judge evaluate evaluate every every opportunity opportunity we we came came across across against against that that criteria. criteria. So So that that was was step step one. one. Then Then we we got got a a little little bit bit lucky. lucky. My My wife wife happened happened to to be be pregnant pregnant at at the the time time with with my my daughter daughter who who just just turned turned five five yesterday. yesterday. And And so so we we were were spending spending a a lot lot of of time time in in waiting waiting rooms. rooms. And And I I was was really really shocked shocked at at how how little little technology technology these these healthcare healthcare practice practice has has had had adopted adopted to to improve improve the the patient patient experience. experience. So So we we experienced experienced all all kinds kinds of of she's shoes long long, wait wait times times rushed rushed visits visits poor poor customer customer service. service. We We couldn't couldn't schedule schedule an an appointment appointment online online in in two two thousand thousand thirteen thirteen I I thought thought that that was was odd. odd. And And we we couldn't couldn't pay pay a a Bill Bill online. online. I I can can recall recall in in. two Two thousand thousand and thirteen thirteen I I had had order order a checkbook checkbook simply simply to to pay pay a a healthcare healthcare Bill. Bill. And And I I thought thought that that was was very very surprising. surprising. And And then then something something terrible terrible happens. happens. They They missed missed a a critical. critical Test test result result. information Information was was not not properly properly shared shared from from one one provider provider to to another another it it ended ended up up getting getting caught caught by by accident accident by by her her primary primary care care provider, provider, but but had had it it not not been been caught caught it it would would have caused caused major major problems problems in in her her pregnancy. pregnancy. And And so so I I went went back back to to my my business business partner. partners Travis Travis, and and I I said, said, I I think think I I know know what what we're we're gonna gonna do do next. next. We're We're going going to to build build a a platform platform to to quarterback, quarterback, pregnancies. pregnancies. And And so so off off we we went went into into the the market market we we interviewed interviewed about about ten ten OBGYN's OBGYN's in in the the LA LA area. area. We We wanted wanted to to learn learn more more about about this this opportunity opportunity if if they they share share the the same same passion passion for for solving solving this this problem. problem. And And when when we we went went out out to to interview interview them, them, we we actually actually learned learned that that there there was was a a much much bigger bigger problem problem at at every every independent independent practice practice that that we we talked talked to to said said the the exact exact same same thing thing in in two two thousand thousand and and thirteen thirteen they they were were struggling struggling to to survive. survive. Many Many of of them them were were earning earning less. less Than than they they had had in in the the past past due due to to changes changes in in reimbursement reimbursement models models and and some some of of them them were were even even considering considering selling selling their their practice practice to to one one of of these these larger larger health health systems systems or or hospital hospital groups groups because because they they were were struggling struggling and and. the The second second thing thing we we learned learned was was that that every every practice practice every every doctor doctor whether whether they they were were thirty thirty five five or or sixty sixty five five years years old. old. They They all all recognize recognize that that the the front front door door of of their their practice practice was was moving moving online, online, and and they they were were scrambling scrambling to to figure figure out out a a strategy. strategy. And And so so what what most most of of these these practices practices had had done done is. is they They had had called cobbled together. together. What What we we call call a a piecemeal piecemeal solution? solution? It's It's the the guy guy down down the the street street built built them them a a website. website. They're They're working working with with a a vendor vendor for for online online scheduling scheduling they're they're working working with with a a different different vendor vendor to to bring bring to to do do Email Email marketing, marketing, they're they're working working with with a a consultant consultant to to do do SEO SEO the the really really concerned concerned about about their their online online reputation. reputation. So So they're they're spending spending advertising advertising dollars dollars on on yelp yelp because because they they think think that that will will help help maybe maybe they they have have someone someone coming coming into into their their office office to to do do social social media. media. And And so so it it was was really really a a hodgepodge hodgepodge of of different different services services in in vendors vendors that that they they had. had Called called together together to to try try to to solve solve the the solution. solution. And And what what we we learned learned was was that that there there were were spending spending a a lot lot of of money. money. They They were were spending spending a a lot lot of of time time managing managing all all of of these these vendors, vendors, and and they they really really couldn't couldn't tell tell whether whether it it was was. working Working or or not. not. And And in in most most cases, cases, it it was was wasn't wasn't working working when when we we when when we we really really looked looked into into it. it. Because Because a a lot lot of of these these solutions solutions were were not not designed designed for for healthcare, healthcare, and and these these solutions solutions were were not not designed designed to to work work together. together. And And most most of of them them were were were were horizontal horizontal platform. platform. So So they they had had really really they they were were not not tailored tailored at at all all to to healthcare healthcare and and so- so- Travis Travis in in myself myself asked asked yourselves. yourselves. What What would would we we do do given given our our background background and and e e commerce commerce marketing, marketing, so so we we had had previously previously built built to to businesses businesses in in ecommerce ecommerce marketing, marketing, what what would would we we do do to to solve solve this this problem? problem? And And we we envisioned envisioned what what we we call call a a practice practice growth growth platform. platform. And And really really what what it it is. is. It's It's an an e e commerce commerce platform platform for for healthcare. healthcare. It's It's designed designed to to drive drive transactions transactions online, online, which which in in this this case, case, our our new new patients patients to to manage manage the the purchase purchase funnel. funnel. Which Which in? in? This This case case is is the the patient patient journey. journey And and to to bring bring patients patients back back when when the the time time is is right. right. So So to to retain retain them them or or recall recall them them in and bring bring them them back back into into the the business. business. And And so so that's that's that that was was the the original original vision vision for for the the business. business. We We got got started started in in two two thousand thousand fourteen fourteen. and And we we saw saw really really incredible incredible product product market market fit fit right right out out of of the the gate. gate. Is Is fascinating fascinating is is how how locked locked puts puts you you in in the the right right place place at at the the right right time time with with the the you'll you'll pregnant pregnant wife wife the the inspiration. inspiration. Hit Hit us us almost almost like like the the universe universe gives gives you you a a little little not not in in the the right right direction. direction. Sometimes Sometimes isn't isn't it? it? Absolutely. Absolutely. So So for for any any stall stall took took found found his his listening. listening. Can Can you you offer offer any any advice advice on on mulkey mulkey testing testing that that technology technology before before actually actually getting getting outlet? outlet? Yes. Yes. Absolutely. Absolutely. So So I'm I'm a a huge huge believer believer in in validating validating as as cheaply cheaply cost cost effectively effectively and and efficiently efficiently as as possible possible you you really really want want to to try try to to test test your your idea idea really really quickly quickly and and not not spend spend a a lot lot of of money money and and not not make make a a big big investment investment to to determine determine can can this this be be a a big big business business or or not? not? So So I'll I'll give give you you a a couple couple of of examples. examples. So So our our previous previous business business prior prior to to patient patient pop. pop. We We had had started started a a business business called called shop shop nation, nation, which which was was ecommerce ecommerce marketing marketing platform, platform, and and with with our our initial initial product product there, there, we we went went out, out, and and we we interviewed interviewed a a bunch bunch of of consumers consumers we we wanted wanted to to find find out out what what they they use use this this e e commerce commerce tool tool that that we we were were building building to to shop shop online, online, and and we we sat sat down down we we went went to to a a couple couple of of universities, universities, and and we we had had them them use use the the actual actual prototype, prototype, and and we we collected collected feedback feedback and and just just about about every every student student that that we we talked talked to to told told us us they they loved loved it. it. And And that that they they would would absolute. absolute. Use Use it. it. But But when when we we launched launched it it we we saw saw very very little little traction. traction. And And what what I I what what we we learned. learned. There There was was if if you you as as a a founder founder of of going going out, out, and and you're you're asking asking someone someone to to test test something something you you certainly certainly don't don't want want to to ask ask friends friends or or family family members. members. But But even even if if you're you're asking asking a a stranger, stranger, and and they they know know the the context context that that you're you're founder, founder, and and it's it's the the product product that that you're you're building building they're they're probably probably going going to to give give you you positive positive feedback feedback and and you're you're going going to to have have a a false false positive. positive. And And so so when when we we started started patient patient pop pop rather rather than than going going out out and and interviewing interviewing and and ask ask them them for for feedback. feedback. We We did did a a little little bit bit of of that that initially. initially. But But what what we we really really wanted wanted to to do do was was test test selling selling the the product product or or testing testing the the product product in in a a real real in a a real real life life context. context. So So when when we we brought brought it it to to market market initially, initially, we we designed designed a a website website redesign redesign the the brochure, brochure, and and we we printed printed two two business business cards cards for for myself, myself, and and my my partner, partner, we we called called herself herself sales sales reps reps we we called called around around town. town And and we we scheduled scheduled demos demos with with doctors. doctors. We We told told them them we we had had software software that that would would help help them them bro bro their their practice, practice, and and we we went went in in and and we we pick. pick. The The product product is is though though it it existed existed we we showed showed screen screen shots. shots. We We didn't didn't tell tell them them that. that. We We were were founders. founders. We We didn't didn't tell tell them. them. This This was was a a new new business. business. We We really really wanted wanted to to test. test. If If the the market market would would spend spend four four five five six six hundred hundred dollars dollars a a month month on on a a practice practice growth growth platform platform to to attract attract and and retain retain patients patients and and through through that that test. test. We We signed signed up up the the first first nine nine out out of of nine nine doctors doctors that that we we pitched pitched and and we we knew knew that that we we were were onto onto something. something. For For many many found found is is listing listing as as well. well The the bullet bullet away away that sometimes sometimes guilty guilty a trying throwing everything everything into into funding. funding. An An when when they they get get the the encamped encamped a a whole whole range range of of new new challenges. challenges. So So we'll we'll all all the the hurdles hurdles of of managing managing funding. funding. Wouldn't Wouldn't you you look look enough enough to to get get it? it? You You know, know, to to be be honest, honest, you you know, know, we've we've never never really really experienced experienced challenges challenges related related to to fund fund in in because because you you know, know, you you really really don't don't want want to to raise raise capital capital in in the the first first place place unless unless you you know, know, how how you're you're going gonna to use use it. it. So So you you want want to to have have a a very very clearly clearly defined defined operating operating plan plan going going into into your your into into your your year year where where you you know, know, exactly exactly how how much much capital capital you you require require and and how how you're you're going gonna to put put it it to to work. work. Right. Right. And And as as you you project project that that out out over over a a couple couple of of years years that that gives gives you you an an idea idea of of how how much much capital capital you you need need to to raise. raise. Now, Now, we we did did something something that's that's not not common. common. We We hired hired a a CFO CFO as as fifth fifth or or six six higher. higher. We We hired hired a a CFO CFO before before we we had had any any real real revenue, revenue, and and that that was was because because Travis Travis and and myself, myself, my my partner, partner, and and I I were were coming coming into into software software as as a a service, service, we we had had little little very very very. very. Little Little experience experience selling selling software software in in our our previous previous to to businesses. businesses. We We had had built built ecommerce ecommerce marketing marketing platforms, platforms, and and we we wanted wanted to to have have an an expert expert that that understood understood software software businesses, businesses, and and we we thought thought it it made made sense sense to to have have a a CEO CEO in in early early to to help help us us build build out out the the model model to to project project how how much much capital capital we we would would require require and and to to play play a a key key role role in in raising raising that that capital capital and and then then managing managing it. it. Now Now patient patient pup pup recently recently announced announced that that he's he's practiced practiced growth growth solution, solution, not not suppose. suppose. Amazon. Amazon. Alexa, Alexa, search search which which will will actually actually allow allow patients patients to to fund fund that that provide provide is is basically basically asking asking Alexa, Alexa, using using their their voice. voice. What What kind kind of of fate feedback back have have you you received received on on this? this? So So our one one of of our our core core promises promises to to our our customers customers when when they're they're they're they're paying paying us us five five or or six six hundred hundred dollars dollars a a month. month. You You know, know, our our core core promise promise to to them them is is that that they're they're subscribing subscribing to to continuous continuous innovation. innovation. That's That's really really the the idea idea behind behind software software as as a a service, service, you you pay pay a a monthly monthly fee, fee, and and you you should should scribe scribe to to a a platform. platform. That's That's shared shared across across a a base base of of customers customers and and the the software software as as a a service service businesses. businesses. Continually Continually updating updating often often on on a a weekly weekly basis basis the this off. off. Swear Wear to to ensure ensure that that customers customers have have the the latest latest and and greatest greatest software software serving serving their their business. business. And And so so in in line line with with that that we're we're always always looking looking for for the the next next opportunity opportunity the the latest latest technologies technologies to to incorporate incorporate into into our our platform platform to to help help our our practices practices thrive thrive attract attract and and retain retain patients, patients, and and we we recognize recognize that that voice. voice. Search Search is is is is going going to to be be a a very very significant significant represented, represented, very very significant significant of of searches searches in in the the future, future, in in fact, fact, com com scored scored reported reported that that they they believe believe by by two two thousand thousand twenty twenty fifty fifty percent percent of of all all searches searches will will be be voiced voiced searches. searches. And And so so we we thought thought it it made made sense sense to to get get ahead ahead of of the the curve curve for for customers customers and and to to integrate integrate voice voice search search into into our our platform. platform. Now, Now, we're we're seeing seeing to to be be honest honest relatively relatively we're we're not not seeing seeing a a ton ton of of traffic traffic today. today. But But that's that's expected. expected. We We know know that that it's it's coming coming in. in. And And so so we we wanted wanted to to be be one one of of the the first first players players in in this this market market to to offer offer it it to to our our customer customer base. base. So So hey, hey, all all at at the the beginning beginning of of a a new new year year with with new new opportunities opportunities on on the the horizon. horizon. So So what what will? will? Twenty Twenty nine nine teen teen. having Having stole stole for for patient patient is is anything anything you you can can share share with with us us today today about about your vision vision for for the the shave shave and and beyond. bone. So So we we recently recently raised raised another another round round of of funding funding bringing bringing our our total total amount amount raised raised to to seventy seventy five five million million dollars dollars this this year. year. You'll You'll see see us us make make a a very very significant significant investment investment in in our our D. we're We're doubling doubling the the size size of of our our technology technology team. team. And And also also in in continuing continuing to to scale scale the the business business our our vision vision from from day day one one was was disguised described from from one one to to one one hundred hundred million million occurring occurring revenue revenue in in five five years. years. That's That's the the end end of of two two thousand thousand and and twenty twenty and and we're we're on on that that after after day day you you have have been been on on a a fantastic fantastic journey. journey. But But if if anybody anybody listening listening today, today, and and you'll you'll whiz was really really resonate resonate with with them them worst worst by by swayed swayed it, that they can can find find you you online. online. It It also also contact contact of of you'll your tame tame if if they've they've caught any any additional additional questions questions after after listening listening to to our our conversation conversation today. today. Sure. Sure. So So we we have have a a general general Email Email address address patient patient pop pop dot dot com com and and the the platform platform that that I'm I'm most most active active on on linked linked in in and and you you can can find find me me, they're they're actually, excellent. well, Well, I I let let those those links links to to the the show show notes notes show. just So so people people can can get get hold hold of of you'll you'll you'll you'll tame tame noisome Noyce and and easily, easily, but but I I think think you've you've been been on on fantastic fantastic journey journey and and so so many. many. So So many many points points that that erased erased today today will will be be incredibly incredibly valuable valuable to to other other stall stall took took found found is is another another business business laid laid is is listening. listening. So So a a big big thank thank you you for for coming coming on on sharing sharing that that story story with with mater mater happy happy to to do do it. it. Thanks Thanks now now patient patient pop pop is is the the only only complete complete practice practice growth growth solution solution and and by by enhancing, enhancing, an an automating automating each each touch touch point point in in that that patient patient journey journey from from first first impression impression on online line to to digital digital booking booking to to post. post. Visit Visit follow follow a a look look how how patient patient is is actually actually trying trying to to make make it it easier easier for for healthcare healthcare providers providers to to attract attract more more patients patients manage manage that that online online reputation reputation modernize modernize their their patient patient experience experience and and automate automate the the front front office, office, and and they they are are just just a a few few of of the the huge huge huge huge problems problems that that that that healthcare healthcare professionals professionals have have been been battling battling for for many many many many months months even even years years than than not not just just throw throw away away Lawrence. Lawrence. They They take take a a lot lot of of work work on a lot of of organization, organization, an an even even more more investment investment to to try try and and navigate navigate over overdose. those Hurdles, hurdles so so make make no no mistake mistake will will patient patient proper Bopper actually actually doing doing here. he's He's no no easy easy feat. feat. So So a a big big thank thank you you for for Luke Luke for for coming coming on on the the show show today today and and also. also. Passing Passing on on some some advice, advice, which which I I think think it'll it'll be be invaluable invaluable to to the the stall stall took took found found is his in in what what a a great great example example of of have have to to leverage leverage technology technology to to solve solve real real problems. problems. An An so so refreshing refreshing just just a a few few weeks weeks after after C C S. S. 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Successful late-stage results for Merck's Keytruda in first-line lung cancer pressures Bristol-Myers Squibb, down 3%
"Revenue the real question is can the traders then get the market right as you see the ups and downs from one day to the next that becomes the challenge and as we get these firstquarter results and we'll start to see how well the various trading desks met that challenge they've also get your thoughts on some other stocks making moves in the s and p five hundred bristol myers squibb this comes after some success having to do with cancer lung cancer but the the shares are falling today right it's not their success that's the correct merck success this all has to do with they study of their cancer drug key true to they're focusing on what's called non small cell lung cancer and they're studying whether key trudeau can work so as the primary treatment for that disease and you found stage study results came in and they were positive so merck's up two point eight percent and bristol myers which is competing in that area is down three point two percent biggest drop in the s and p five hundred we should point out to luke luke katie has the biggest game by far in that index in response to their moves to overhaul their business they've facebook mark zuckerberg scheduled to testify before the senate tomorrow and before the house on wednesday stock making a move today not really not really it's interesting because i was just looking through the fang stocks facebook amazon dot com net flicks and google's parent alphabet and they're all higher fact three of the four or beating the s and p five hundred today the exception is facebook it's up about half a percent and that's after really kind of stumbling the last few weeks so i suppose the jury's still out on whether they will get through the.
"luke luke" Discussed on First Take
"The assumption that i'm probably going to have all read problem when it pretends to you more probably the not and i'm on my be innocent of things how was it that you can make that decision oblivious or just totally dissents the ties to the kind of impact that could have once so one completely innocent of what your of what your disseminating but in the same breath you get to sit back in the comforts of your office on this college campus use that as an excuse to deny that person an opportunity that's wrong that's long guy tell us today has i think steven as legitimate argument i just wouldn't make eggs i take calling for someone's livelihood very seriously steven as i know you do also in will you do also and i wouldn't do it here i would say as it relates to the liberal thanked the liberal politicians this kid who's been discriminated against in this way steven ache seems to be on the altar of this coach making some kind of socially conservative point mira as luke luke wants to run away yup you due to a question real quick is discrimination grounds for suspension or dismissal in the workplace yes i wanna take yet i would say iraq did yes he did hold on hold on now hold on yes it is but see i think we have a tendency and i don't think you do stephen a but i think we have a tendency in the media certainly today and that's just not limited the media is everybody in society to go ahead improve how gin something we are by calling for the harshest punishment i hate trespass i hated too so i want the death penalty for it what were you really against trust here's the thing not all now.
"luke luke" Discussed on V103
"Once and once again i said i'll powered yeah i understand all that what you know what i tell you accept no apology like when i got a mere who got on the my how and in in in view you do criminal to impose our the had put among are not moving on man it would be ready to see some type of but you will be doing well i have a lot of fruit and agenda past once a month again i said powered would you know what i tell you know apology like when i got a man who got on the satima how and in maju andrew criminal in for owns that american cinema are not so to see song but you will be going from you thank you goods wait do my work why is this you got only live luke luke all i know we all know man admire how in the saddle her backyard nothing you i look man let me tell you some dough new tell you so i only person at my house you understand me with early you if you're out there let me a comical fashion okay i'm doing my job and i take my job will prior okay it's not be not there from that idea that they wanted wanted to me i let me get mud that don let me give them up that's all yes great you downright who number six do you know does but when occurring.
"luke luke" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"The the letter luke luke kennard england and then within the the new and two the living do booth two emme the the the the new and thank you and two two who dude david now though two and thing one meeting.
"luke luke" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Lancashire with a world is coming to 247 you're listening to the new normal no normal network dot com the the mm but luke luke and he could hurt yeah the yep and gene the woo we are moments away from a brand new tom like your show dial in right now neither one three thousand tom 9'0 one three thousand eight six six tom like shows just about to begin go to blow me up tom dot com like is one or one dot com and of course news for guys dot com the tom like it shows.
"luke luke" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler
"I draw black on any of our songs at the motsy migrants would be the one like my hearables something like this good friday curls fry curls hidden risk 'cause i always heard that chili peppers are really pissed about the the epidemic do now like so many good songs any relic it's dumb flintstones thing for us like why do we get the lame weird al saw so you never wanna like risk it and be the lane weird alyssa what does he take for right so is arad buckets covered by purity lordy lordy law does canas and bullshit was the case that was started by luke yes it was luke luke as long as the eu's maker he did a song with a resigning some country singer and that was like a it was a big case and that's the one that leg change the parity look was that shit day she like finally sliced off the case filed areas known yes so yeah that's one of the ones who luke's lawyer came the book retail boom versus who okay and so air jia great diction gracious and so he set a country larrikin it yeah use yeah he he perry to the country lurgan and they try to assume and then the parody law came came about than we are now was any would are like i could do old for acts of armed he fell denise he field tests shit they they did his thing and and livid lived his life.