18 Burst results for "Margaret Lowrie"
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
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"margaret lowrie" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"I as you could see the Jersey behind me I'm a big fan of the blocks I do worry sometimes about their history of being great regular season team that I've heard a lot of people compared to the late nineties jazz under Jerry Sloan where it works in the regular season. But when the team has to prepare for you, it does it's not as effective. What do you kind of think about? That where people kind of challenge it and say, well, it works season where we're going to drop coverage and giving up threes against some five hundred teams or teams on on plane back to backs. But in the playoffs when you go home against the Raptors, the Celtics for set for seven games, it's not as effective. What do you think about that I mean the jets got to the finals twice to. The only problem they were they ran into Michael Jordan I mean by Jordan and lose in the finals but I I get their point The one thing I'll say is the not in rotation. So Kellyanne 'cause they're in drops with fours and fives can a- teams force and five knocked down at three point shot consistently, and it's not like they just give it to them. They're gonNA close they're gonNA close hard. They're going to contest so. It's an interesting one. I think the one thing is the Toronto has an advantage as they've been there. They've done that but I also think for Milwaukee's point of view coach Boone hose a great coach. He's GonNa figure out some things. To give themselves an advantage as well and they've got the. The word I'm looking for is that they've got that. Sense of urgency because they did lay an egg. I think they won the first game last year and then lost four straight to quite Toronto. Raptors. So there's going to be a sense of urgency there to get over the up and you know back in the. Eighties and nineties there was always a right of passage that you had the get through maybe Toronto's that rite of passage for jihadist in the Milwaukee Bucks. That's a great point to say and obviously that idea of the of the after being the team's staying in his way that he lost them in two thousand seventeen with Margaret Lowrie. Then again, last year and this year where we're expecting them to a crash course in the conference found. So it'll be interesting to see if they become Yannis version of the bad boy pistons or teams from the past. With especially when when the team is known for their defense, if they go onto whether it's beat the BUZZER champs they might be looked at back at is that ten to fifteen years which is pretty cool to think about. It is think about when you think about the regular season before the bubble, there were the one or two defenses in the league. There's a reason why there's so much respect with what they've been able to accomplish. I think Toronto continue to grind during the bubble because that's their mentality. Milwaukee said Hey. We're GONNA play. We're still gonNA work, but we want to make sure we're healthy. So I if it gets to that point, it's GonNa be a great funds. It's interesting because in Milwaukee's a small market Toronto's in another country. It'll be interesting to see what what the television ratings are but I know one thing, it's GonNa be great basketball. I thought of a crazy hypothetical just on the fly. Business one, they're back to back ninety nine to ninety the raptors. If they would win, this would be twenty, nine, hundred and twenty twenty. It's thirty years apart you can. I can kind of see a fifteen year. Thirty for thirty documentary watching the box in one bathroom documentary. is going to stand in their way..
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Local bands of different nuggets postgame show nowt to radio network nuggets beat the Jazz in game 78 78 Denver over Utah. Let's head up to the bubble Here is Jamal Murray. He raised him up for the game of races way, go out in a lot of fun that we bring each other, just like there's a lot of fun play. Alright, Next we'll go to TJ McBride T. J Go ahead. Major Margaret Lowrie going to score, you know? Oh, my God. All right, We got the win. Jamal. What can you say about Gary Harris? His ability to come in and make this kind of a defensive impact after not playing for so long going all the way back to march. It was like Marshall Evans was first game. This is the second game of six months was crazy. That's too much on offense trying. It is Is fullback. But No difference. Do not play for six months, come back and make that kind of impact in two games. That's for a scene right there, And he's the best fender. I know where he goes. The effects. There's no way of knowing the other dresses better than Gary and you could see it with our business. You think football Way moves His feet shop was a slide his anticipation. He's got quickens. He's got the whole package. So Now use your gauge for us. Next We go to the job. Ardent is there right now, Joe, go ahead, almost any other Siri's ever. This would be predicted even asking this, But Michael was talking about me that because of everything that's going on in the bubble How hard is that, like a question comes up like do we even want prolongs? And you guys as a fighting through it when all three games because it was there any point where you guys have talked about that about? Do we want to fight with these games and continue to live like the tough like? Yeah, I was just gonna be here. We won't be here. Suppose that ring on and I'm gonna go home and go separate. Go back. Can I serve? You know we're not as envious as players. We came together and said knife. We'll get more done, Bobby here not ideal. But it is an idea for anybody, you know. So, uh, decisions as a team has Enya No. Stay here. And if you're home, here's a team to come here. So we have that belief in beginning everyone, Um there's no panic, and we just know poison wasn't serious, so we did a job, the same focus and sing trap. Our next we'll go to Mike Singer might go ahead. Hey, Jamal. Two part question. First of all, How much did that Ingles need to your thigh affect you throughout the game? A and B. What were the conversations like in the fourth quarter? Everything sort of bog down that, you know, I think you guys ended up scoring 15 points with a six minute drought over the conversations like that. Trying to just grind out points in that fourth quarter. I thought I was gonna do. It was just It was a stiff little come out half Come on. That was fine because you know the difference again. Both teams miss a lot of good looks like It's just that we had making all Siri's has 17 and Donald had 20 to, like, kind of weird now, uh, Joker Joker is back and he was big stretch. Tori was amazing. Mr. Make with defense, rebounds and run and not focus on that. 78 eighties. Gorilla grimy, Game seven score. Next we'll go to Jeff will get with USA today. Jeff, Go ahead. Jamal down 31 what with or taxing the mental aspect of it or the physical aspect to get back and win this series and wine. Um, eventually having a day often. Having a big game. A lot you know, keeps like steam focus, especially team to turn over social tryingto do everything they can to destructor offense and You think a little bit of discretion everything up between Israel tough couple of days. He says we got is going to tell ashamed because we also mentions up. Stay here and and we'll get through that. Also been here for like 56 days. I think seven days We don't believe And so we ask her cheerfulness to Thursday, enjoy this midnight and just get back his breast and recovers. We have time for one more here and we'll end with Oh Myung my soup with ESPN home. Go ahead. Jamal. Congratulations. Nicola sent his postgame interview that he couldn't leave you hanging after. How will you play this entire Siri's? He had 13 14. He's had 20 and 10 and all the game sevens He's played. Only Duncan. LeBron and Dirk have done that in game in that many games, seventh morning. What did you think of him tonight? This joke is everything O stop shoots, and he passes. He pushed the pace. He's smart. And you know, like I said, we need him today. We just get him today and you make those baskets and Just kept us boys. Even without going. Our miss monies were Missile defense made me their push expression that the recorder in the fourth No, he just He was our leader for no press. That could happen. He will be off in one day. All right tomorrow. We appreciate it, man. Thank you. That.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast
"Party beverages, adult beverages, whatever you WANNA call it booze. If you've listened to a few episodes of the old man's podcast. And you've Kinda come to the conclusion. That I'm a little. OCD, think is what they call. Very regimented. Routine. But on the flip side, I like to mix it up. So high put those two things that seem incongruent together as. I have a routine for mixing it up and I'll sounds crazy but stay with me. We'll tell you about this for me. The alcoholic beverages that I enjoy. I take a seasonal approach, that way I'm mixing it up. So let me tell you what I'm talking about right now. It's warm weather it summer. So spring summer early fall warm weather liquor I go with Tequila or rum or gin the hard stuff white wine in light beers. So there's lots of refreshing gin and tonic Tom Collins Margaret Lowrie. Tequila Sunrise. Rum and coke then get any better than that lots of refreshing. Pina coladas. Icy Drinks and things that you would drink in the summer temperatures up. Those are the three hard liquors that in my mind Mesh better with warm weather drinks. In the heat of the day I might have Pinochle lot or Margarita of course I don't WanNa get too fat and can't be taking sugar bombs before diabetes starts kicking in. So Limited on that. But Gin and tonics those are good if you will help. Low Sugar. Drink. But some lines and they're very tasty and refreshing. Tom Collins got a little sugar not bad just for two examples. Late in the evening after we got through the heat of the day, I might be drinking Tequila Sunrise maybe for a kind of a desert sort of drink if you will breathing drinks rum and coke the way to go, we're drinking in the summer and as I said, light refreshing beer pills, nerves, the lighter kinds of beers that go down like. In for wine in the summertime when the weather's warm I'm like a white wine. Now, of course, whatever you're having for dinner that's going to change things a lot like white wine might necessarily go with a big juicy hamburger may go to a red. Darker wine also liked to bring in. Fruity flavored wines in the early spring. First starts heating up and of maintain that into the fall teach is really good in the summer. Wine with clamor and got a winery near where we live that makes him chocolate wine. Oh, my God is that not the best the best of both worlds right chocolate and alcohol I don't think he knew he'd better than that. Those are the kinds of things that I may partake and. When the weather's warm. Now over too late fall, very early spring would still cool. and very no data winter. So roughly from Halloween to Easter is my cold weather alcohol strong with the Burgh there. There's so many different kinds of berbers circle back to that. But for now, let me finish off the winter. So bourbons and whiskeys Irish whiskey Scotch, those kinds of alcohol. And Vodka which makes me think of Russia. and. Russia's gold and I've been there a couple of times. They drink a lot of October lot of things you can do with vodka Martinis lot of creativity available just with those two types of. Alcohol the burns with Scotches and bacchus. Created during aware with your hard stop. Beer getting darker. As, the fall roles in a work in an October fast round thanksgiving. Start bringing into the mix some sort of Christmas Day all seasonal beverage like that. Once we get past the New Year I'm looking for Guinness. Darker Beers like that that are going to be more geared towards coming into Saint Patrick's Day. Then I'll start bringing into play lighter beers enrolls on this summer when we're having those really light pills nurse that are go so well with hot weather. Why? Why's a moment strictly? darker winds read our wines in winter. Don't drink as much wine and in the winter as I do the some if you're a wine fan probably doesn't matter much to you and again winds GonNa Change. What you're drinking with what you're eating and I'll think anything pears better with food than I've heard people try to. Pair fears with food as don't think that works real well beers better as appetizer or as a dessert if you will before after dinner. But not so much during dinner. Why can work with during dinner in my humble opinion? On this week's only podcast listeners blog got some questions about booze would love to hear your thoughts on this topic is you don't know where the man's blog is got the link on the description for this podcast getting it on an APP. If you don't have an APP use downloading streaming it then go to facebook. He probably use facebook find the old man that all links related to the old man's podcast on that old man page, and you'll find a link to the blog the love to hear your thoughts on. Not just what I'm saying about booze enjoyment being seasonal but maybe specifically what do you like to drink talk to your bartender bartenders are great resource for new and interesting types of alcoholic drinks and alcohol beverages specifically I want to try the rocks point Johnson's new. Tequila Terror Mana I haven't got to that yet. If you have on the blog, tell everybody what you think about it he does a good job promoting it on social media I've seen enough I just haven't got around to get into it yet summer's almost over so I may not that may wait till next year. So. That's my Tequila some. Come on lots and lots of great gains who cares I mean there was good as. Bad as the other however while look at it, I'm cool with that. And then the rum. I got I'm putting it with diet coke this to keep the sugar content down. So I'm probably drinking whatever's cheapest one on a shelf was like the admiral or something I don't get too crazy the rooms. That's my summer. Hard stuff as I said two beers, GonNa. Be Light and refreshing make my own beer. So I can be treated with that but if you find beer, gosh isn't the world crazy with different kinds of I mentioned in different kinds of kilos berbizier crazy jala beer wine. You know winds always had a lot of variety, but in my lifetime I've seen. Even before I. Drink but in my lifetime I've seen. Radical increase in a number of. The amount of choices adults out for fear choices you don't have to go back to many decades when the only choices you have a major corporations Miller anheuser-busch. Cores your back in the seventies you couldn't course east of the Mississippi. So there were local brewery, but but there weren't the microbreweries like we have. Now it's incredible. The choices you have for beer though enjoy that I, know you like by lighter Miller lied or cores or Budweiser whatever it is that you like. But get out there and try something different. Yeah I'm sitting around the House I'm of the probably one of those corporate beers. But when we go out, I, like to have a.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on World Cafe
"The title track Margaret lowrie beast new album enrolled cafe I'm Rena Deras. Margaret. Glaspie is my guest today on the show. When I talked to artists on the show, we often get into sonic influences. You know the music artists was listening to when they made the record. But with you I'd like to talk about a visual influence. Could you tell me a bit about fashion designer Zander? McQueen and his works impact on you. Yes, totally, Gosh. Alexander McQueen was a designer i. think he's a really big. Display of his work was put on at. Metropolitan, Museum of art, and that was how a lot of people really became to know him that we're even outside of the fashion world. After he had passed away the a huge exhibit that. I think nick was actually one of the first that the. Learned the biggest things that. Had ever really showcase and also was this kind of moment because they were showing fashion inside of a museum, and it was kind of this you know, is this a store is a museum. Like what? What are we doing here and so I think it was kind of controversial for them to make that decision. But you know. The line was out the door for weeks and weeks and weeks to be able to see exhibit. There's certain kind of trademark things that you know. I think probably some people think of when they think of Alexander McQueen one is that he would make masks to go with clothing that would cover the models phases completely the silhouette of his shoes that he would make a pretty inverted, and so it would look like instead of a healed is going down on. It would go inward against what you would think. Even physics would allow in a certain way. English but also had roots. In Scottish heritage in his mother, kind of taught him about his roots, and then he would take a lot of inspiration from that, and so there's this blend of backgrounds, and then on top of that this really provocative sense of the body, and also what it means. What faction is really? There's a lot of challenge I. Think in what he did. Especially in the display of his clothing, where the actual which actually inspired me so much in the shows in the show that I wanna put on that I imagined. From every level I think that Lee McQueen was really. thinking really three sixty you now thinking about the experience, the clothes themselves the way people perceive the clothes in the environment that they're being perceived. Lame Queen liked. In, preferred musically. But I do. I do while I was making yet. I would. Venture to imagine in my mind, what he might think was interesting, and that was interesting orienting for me to kind of find an aesthetic that I was excited about. I'm speaking to Margaret Glaspie unrolled cafe. I'm Rena Doris another thing that maybe has been affecting. Your work is the fact that you are going back to school. Could you tell us a little bit about where you're going and what you're studying? Yeah I am I am studying at Harvard I. I am doing a distance education program. And so I'm I'm pecking away at getting 'cause I was only music school very briefly. At Berkeley College of music was only one semester, and that was only college ahead so. I've been really excited about really. kind of adamantly pursuing in education so I am sending. It harboured in I'm in right now. I'm in a class called poetry in America. It's all about. Really, understanding headed digest poetry on kind of an academic level being able to write about it. which has been really interesting and I just finished kind of like an entry level statistics class, which is pretty wild? So you know. I don't know it's interesting being a musician kind of working in that world because it's so separate. That I have this kind of little nook. That really doesn't relate to music world at all that feels very refreshing in today, so it's really like they don't care. If you're going on tour tomorrow in going to be playing in London excetera they just. Get Your Homework on time? And I think that there's something about that that holds you accountable in a way where you're like. Wow, okay, got it like they. It's really just boils down to. Are you going to do the work or not? and I find it just really inspiring on work on for sure and I'm working so in my concentration right now is Looking at it as a humanities concentration, but my. By kind of goal is to really learn how to write well on outside of you know lyrics. I liked the right pros well. Maybe one day to be able to write fiction or you know kind of. Dabble in the writing world. Yeah and I would imagine that like you know. When you have writer's block and someone might say Oh, you should take a walk clear head I would imagine that going back to school and maybe taking a statistics class. It's might be inspiring. Inspiration come from strange places. It's like hitting a refresh. Yeah, it just makes your brain. Your brain lights up like wow, you're really learning how to problem solve in real time in a way that I think I think often gets deployed to children. You know like children. The minute that they are learning any really from the. Know the day that you're born, you're learning and I think that sometimes as an adult, you can feel like I used to learn, but now I'm just in the world. Having a job in knowing exactly what I'm doing. Which is such a? False central reality, but it is kind of how feel so. It's been refreshing to kind of. Get a reminder. Don't know you know so little, and they're still much to learn, and of course it site, I think it, also it relies..
Flight Lines: The Heroic Story of Two Migratory Shorebirds
"Have someone sitting opposite me just twitching to tell his story. The book is flat. Lines and the author is Andrew Dobson Andrew. Welcome to three C- I thank you. David I'm curious about the would twitching. I haven't really made a close study of twitching despite writing. This book. Twitching is a word that is used by dedicated. Some say obsessive Burgers and sometimes they detractors to Indicate their preoccupation with finding the next bird. An observing bird minded research. Because it's not actually mentioned in the book the twitching behavior of Howard Medhurst who was one of the leading birdwatchers in the nineteen fifties and sixties. But this book in other words is about birds or in particular one species of birds the grey plover a daoist wallflower of the shorter dance. It spreads thinly around the world's margins and is often overlooked. What's the fascination with the Gripe Lot? Well let's start by working our way towards the bird from what we are. Probably the closest bird that we know to this is the masked left wing. It's often colder plaza. But it's sexually left wing but that's what we know as a plot now go through that gate and think about the kinds of things that the left wing does transfer them to the tidal flats of the world the far-flung tidal flats of the world. And there's this small bird not much begun a blackbird gray when it's out of the breeding grounds highly colored up when it gets to the breeding grounds and it is commonly found with others in the group of Long Distance Flying Margaret lowrie shore. Birds the ultramarathons birds. Now when you say ultra-marathon sort of distance are we talking so the two birds that I particularly follow which were satellite tag in South Australia and flew north on the first flight. Each of them flew over the entirety of Australia of Indonesia the Philippines to land one of them in Taiwan and the other in southern China so each of them took a nonstop flight of more than seven thousand kilometers. Just to give us a sort of indication in layman's terms. When you're holding this bird. How much are you holding? Well you're holding about a cup of sugar not a big white. You're holding something that really can be quite placid in the hand. Despite its wildness. And you're holding. I guess the promise of many generations of optic life birdlife and they transcend boundaries in many ways in the journey. We've got apple tree boundaries as people on borders and they bicycling cross all of those hemispheres international borders and such like. It's it's quite a phenomenal feet. If you want to get carried beyond the trivialities of human life like borders then migratory long distance migratory birds are a really good way to start because there will pass through the margins of many countries but is not off one eye and they have total disregard for human borders. Now one of the things that the book sort of touches on as you look this journey other various forms of tagging that have occurred or the ability to follow from banding to rocket nets and now two satellites. The satellites would give you an inordinate amount of opportunity to try and be particular about what you say quite revelatory. They are Give you almost near real time information. About where on the planet this bird is and what it's doing even because if you have a lucrative say on a breeding ground you'll see it move from point to point to point as it fades and then goes back to the central point which is the nest So yes it can be unrivaled information and It really is hugely illuminating. As opposed to the banding which was more happenstance abandoning as the book suggests started in the lighting hundreds. But that would rely on. Someone actually catching the Buddha game. We'll exactly Either catching the again or killing it or finding a dead. The doyen of Australian Migratory Schubert's studies like Clive Minton when he lived in England. Has I band on? A migratory shortbread was on a lovely good coach spotted. Red Shank and he was really pleased to have it in hand really priest to put the band on it and some weeks later he got the band back because it had been shot by the mayor of putting your in France who returned the band with the address on to Clive. Now a couple of things fascinated me about. The birds are reading this book. I'm the song lines. There's a connection here with an indigenous song. Lawn is moving up. Moving from group to group and changing as guides and there's an equivocal mention of what the birds was well yes we'll I'm careful to not impose my description on indigenous cultures. But I hope that I have drawn out of the records of indigenous couches The great variety of names. This bird has as it travels not just from Australia. But through China up to Siberia and across to North America where? It's pretty circum Paula. It has a series of lovely nines. And the they are run there are really illuminating series. Too you know they describe often. I described the bird by its phonetic. Call sometimes they describe it by its coloring in Alaska where I went It was cold emphatic. And that means the scorched bird. But so there's a similarity through the sort of landscape in many ways. Yes depending on which part of the world now for such a fragile creature. They are quite a number of threats in this day and age the threats for the gripe the mind well. We've got a bird here. That has persisted down through evolutionary generations for about one hundred and thirty million years so it's not easily removed from the face of the earth. But while it's doing well other others. In the group of long distance migratory shore birds are not doing so well And as a whole the contracting in numbers. I'm this four that have been listed on Australia's critically endangered list in recent years. Because of the problems they face pardon the analogy but the canary in the coalmine. Well certainly you know I think migratory shore birds. We Stu people generally in Australia particularly and when we look at the coasts we should think about the health of Alco spy. The prison or absence of birds like
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on CCC Talks
"It had a massive PR disaster and they had massive fine so yeah cussing level money one or two hundred points here. I want to say we found some challenges in organizations becoming more digitally enables. Let's say under report showed. I found this fascinating that just under fifty percent for me out of the metrics said that problem. People management about fifty percent of the challenges were related to people and management as opposed to technology. I think that's a very high number so I think it is related back to some of the comments that you've made about the challenges with people will detect is there as Peter said the industrialization of. It is very rampant in your experiences. Very quickly do you see that as well. We're having being a big people management problem now not to go into what we're going to do for next year is to try to identify what those problems are a bit more specifically but overall. I thought that was a that was a change whereas previous years it would have been. The technology is the problem. It's very complex very expensive. It's it's it's very difficult. We've all seen the seems. More people management I think even management but understanding how to manage people to cloud the cloud it is the Democrat is it in that and descends. That it's no longer expensive to spin up. Whatever service you wish and if I frame it in a in a positive way is that for some of the workshops I deliver the biggest bang for the buck and company seems to be to align the the the workforce around a common understanding of cloud as a concept and that enables their teams to to actually start talking about cloud in a more effective way because everyone and his brother has a piece of the puzzle? Already you just have to assume that in every company there's a ton of untapped potential even for change and the biggest challenge in the cloud and digitization era is to to get to this new level of understanding that the cloud as a ecosystem of connected services most of which are not run. Run by you. And that's the job of everyone is to extend to let go of the stuff that somebody else can do. Better but then take on that service to the benefit of our own company in which that company is unique will be unique and it it does require and actually essential to to to utilize the understanding dad. People that were already worked there and to to Leverage cloud capabilities. Let these two to advance the company. But just don't get let go of somewhat your old control so that you can Spend time on the new control. I like that we we do have to let go of talk me. We do have to let somebody else looking after. It doesn't mean we're not important. I think it means we're more important to find Ah gives us a chance to go up what I call the value ladder in the organization it's not it it it's it doing business few of it okay. One final thing to fish on the over the weekend has just this weekend. I read two separate reports. I came away. I report says that there is a large global skill shortage in it. Would you agree with that or disagree that first of all so do we have a skill shortage today and where might that be or are we adequately skilled in the IT sector much. You think Ed's Brian. Do you have any view from Gordon. Deal yes. I think there is skilled shoulder. Chad within the law of talk show on Cyber Security is definitely shaw. Common as find Emma. Find that we're not getting low of skill they're sabre professionals coming through in order to protect the systems uh-huh and also as well with things plywood now Seems to be a bit of a backing off thing into the cloud will solve all problems. The nationals at this point here and go by everybody should be a everybody should know about this. The Senate Neato so with lightning. We'll get a massive uptick on cyber courses now include courses. That seems to be our biggest Margaret Lowrie mentioned before very long survey structure hardware so the es because of the changing technologies. We're saying that Yuri. And yes. You're yeah of course in favour all the nontechnical trainings which Takeoff going into technology training. I think real large adoption of the platform as services and the underestimated value. That is this wooden containers referred medalists. The container as a service as a synonym service and that's really has a promise of of being game changing. It's so when you compare to infrastructure as a service on the dependency that did you have on the data layer on the infrastructure layer it can be mitigated by reinventing redefining software and using platforms. So when you're looking at platform as a service containerization containers whether it's cooper notice or well all the other is out there in Dakar car. They are really going to make change in the it landscape therefore in training that's my idea from an IT skills. Gaps there Peter Very briefly from yourself as skills gap began. You're in education in Mali. Different layers you seeing a big wide gaps there or even even from from the Netherlands. All the interesting thing is that We have A high High paying jobs around here not like In the or outsource incumbent countries whenever I talk to somebody in the country and says hey I have a part time job at a university there I I recall is always going to get one kinda got somewhere your students fantastic and say you. Your students will be able to put the extra premium on their their price say their appeal engine words Cybersecurity Inc Lauderdale can get some of. Your students. Doesn't nothing Gary Gary Dan in your parts of the world down under there What's it like from a skills perspective in the it? Shortage or plenty twenty of. I think the fact Australia paid to import me from the UK with my kind of suggest there is. There is something something of a skills shortage but I I don't I don't I get on my host about this little bit. Because when we say skills shortage we tend to think of people oh there is a requirement from people that the you know. The marketing strategy doesn't need more cybersecurity experts but for me talk about skills gaps in skills shortages as not just about net new people entering the industry. It's also about taking that person may the network. CNA The guy. He's been managing the the new fifty million years in a cave. It's about providing in those individuals with the skills that they need to be relevant today so he's taking those guys on that journey as well as bringing in New People. Yeah I think it goes back to one one of our earlier pints there debility acquire skills but also the ability for the organization to support the learning perspective. There's I report to read two weeks ago I read a lot of reports. He can tell it was based in Ireland's and they found that fifty three percents of people were paying for their own tech Tech Horses ammos employers. Weren't I thought this is madness. We have a skill shortage chair. Not just people in in numbers in what up to people we have can-do surely the employers should be part of this Lucien early employer again. You don't know what you don't know we've got under fifty eighty two hundred clouds obstacles. Maybe more the several thousand adding somebody who can create that content can understand more cloud. Tell me what does he want to do. Tell me what you're thinking is okay in order to complete. That journey has where you start going to end. Because he's going to change because together but at least let me and that's where organizations is Asians. Coming in the future is no longer a into service has a cervical. Let me understand that you want to be an XYZ cloud archetype the cyber security guru. Let's to start you on the journey. Oh you know nothing. Let's do some network plus some cloud plus absolutely nothing. Let's read a book you know Sultan and Komo Solutions. Yeah I think keeping their was learning pats now to like with all this cloud just just clicks together into operates. I think we need to do that. Now focused one final thing to leave you with an found another thing in a fish that from a report reported total. Let's do the weekend you know puts me to sleep. This one said I have very very big. Words was technology is not lot the problem today. Would you agree or disagree. We'll we'll end on this phone. Your in we'll start at the top. Technology is not the problem but definitely the people I people in practices outside the IT department that needs straggled changes fantastic radical change here. We're burning downtown. Bryan technology is not the problem. What do you say? Technology is just tools that people that use the tools that are the problem or the challenge again but the technology is not the problem. The Essay Peter. Well Technology is the way that we all ride and we should learn how to a ride that wave. That's really the challenge and especially these part of the world. We need to ride that wave with with teams of people who are who can who can work like like masterminds fantastic in Gary final words. You there you. I'm going to ask technologies problem. Found Final GonNa Finish with a metaphor. That seems only right. If I I think it's the orchestra I think if you think of technologies all the instruments that make up an orchestra if we put all those instruments in a room we're not GONNA get new. I with them very quickly unless she got the skills to you know basically pick up the fenland. Whatever you do with the fiddle to pick up the trumpet and blow never going to achieve so you know? Technology is not the problem so it's understanding what you can do with it and how to fly that technology. That's fantastic gonNA leave on those fine words. Gentlemen thank you so much for joining us today on in this session of talks big. Thank you to urine Brian. Peter and Gary will today's session. Thank you for joining. And we'll talk again soon. Zoom.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"To bring people Christmas music that you're not necessarily going to hear on the radio or in the malls? Or on the soundtrack to your hallmark channel Christmas movie. Whatever you're doing exactly you need that sometimes though the old standbys, but you also need to learn about some new ones. I mean there there are some old standbys that are that are yes, wonderful classic tunes. But but you get enough of them everywhere else. Yeah. Expand your playlist, and that's it's Barker's over here. He's he's he's doing it doing every single time. Whenever I come on the show. Oh, he's like, well, actually guys, you're doing is wrong. No, no, no. I'm not. I'm just I'm reflecting on a time. There was an election a couple years ago. I'm not gonna say what election it was. But I I just I needed a little the day after I needed to tune out politics, and there there was nothing more comforting than going back to Christmas songs that I had heard hundreds and thousands of times for my drive in work that day as as out of place as Christmas music in early mid November would be nevertheless, an I'm those occasions. Thankfully, you know, election post-election despondency for, you know, whoever has whatever time only comes every couple of years. Actually sounds very nice. So so yes, Tom the holiday tunes are coming. They're coming at the end of next week when we have for the first time in a very long time and apropos of nothing episode. We're going to be recording that next week. And that'll that will kick off our holiday music. You me and special guests special guests who has never appeared on apropos of nothing before. And if you're listening to this saying to yourself what in the world's apropos of nothing. It's the rare episode where we come in here and just talk about nothing to do with business. It's just rambling although one topic. I think as a sneak preview of the apropos of nothing. This was a suggestion of the special guest. The smallest hill you're willing to die on. I like that as a topic. Yeah. Was that of all hills? Or was that specific to the thing we were going to write? No, I think it was just of of of all the hills that you you're willing to die on. What's the smallest? Wow. Okay. And you're taking requests for for topics. Yeah. If people want to Email or tweet at us like, hey, kick this. There was one that's in the quite likely to do list. The one of the requests at somebody. Sent in. Yes. And I've already forgotten what it is. But I have it saved in my Email. So I can remind you later. Okay. You can read more from Bill Barker and his colleagues just go to 'em fam- funds. That's m f AM funds dot com and the website looks fantastic. They had a whole makeover. And it's it's wonderful. So check it out because we're not going to be here Wednesday or Thursday. Happy thanksgiving. Thank you. This is your big holiday just very excited. Although it is going to be as one headline. I saw it's going to be the coldest thanksgiving in Boston in over one hundred years. So that's I'm I'm bracing myself, and you're going going out running in that you say it it remains to be determined. If the annual five K race is going to happen for me personally. I since it won't be rainy. Why not? Because right now, it's looking like it's going to be below zero eight just burn off a few more calories. Trying to not freeze to death. Keep the hypothermia at bay. They just leaves room for more stuffing can argue with that kind of logic. Thank you. Thank you. As always people on the program may have interest in the stocks. They talked about in the motley fool may have formal recommendations for against sin buy or sell stocks based solely on what you hear. That's it for this edition of Margaret Lowrie, the show is mixed by Dan. Boy, I'm Chris hill. Thanks for listening. We'll see on Monday.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I'm, I'm sorry, Jim, I I met nothing by it and that if you know what I meant to say is that I didn't know you either way because I don't know you do like your Paul's and I've just mainly wanted to call and in and first of all. 'cause what's his name? Neil bortz used to have people that would call in and it would just aggravate people to death. So I was just wondering not to fly you anyway if maybe you are there to stir up other callers to call in and that way. But if not, because of what you think or what you might have thought it was in regard to how hind me come on and do some crazy stuff to get things rolling rolling. Because I tell the truth as he said, I'm very, what's the word? Bal? I'm very passionate zealous. You know, you're passionate. Yeah, I really wrong with being passionate. I know it's not. I'm just trying to coin. I am. Sorry. I. You know what happened to your real food. I want to ask the sound of this. Paul. All the news. Because I don't waste time on now. I don't think you're moron. Are you at agree, Jim Jim comes across very, very, very sapient, and soothing. Doesn't he. No, no, he scares me and you're the last person I would never want to upset you or offend you? I don't wanna upset her offend anyone. Bob, you have to go to profuse apology. I mean, really I mean, I'm not mad at you know what I mean? Let's get. Let's get connected in the right way and and I appreciate with just. Just call back. Okay. Well, not call Paul at least once a week. Okay. Head her head? Yes. Huge fan and I call we. We have a couple of fans. I know you think everybody left the show after the Birmingham deal, but we have a couple of fans. Oh, really? Either. Little Alanna Georgia. By the way with is my mother and dad met in Atlanta, and of course they produced me so that wasn't a bad romantic story really keep interrupting. You didn't get a chance to answer. I said they produce me. That was a pretty good production. I think, don't you? Yes, sir. I do. Thank you and we may have the sequel to gone with the wind. Quick break, Margaret Lowrie ritual, eat your heart out. We'll be right back with the. I don't.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"This is the world famous Phil Hendrie show from the l. Pacifico in southern. Dickman linen. General game Shaw, all of us or existence to fill Henry. And here he is. Respectful. Thank you, world-famous. Fill in ratio. From the Pacific, oh, here in southern California as Margaret just mentioned. Great weekend. I hope you all had the kind of a weekend. Did you have what? This was an uncharacteristically Phil, don't just be thankful for little favorites. Don't question it Donen question. Yeah, you're right. You're right. Well, now you have to explain not. I was gonna say, this has been an uncharacteristically smooth open to the show and I appreciate it. Anyway. This is the world famous fill Henry show, but now you mentioned it and now it's to the whole thing has been balled up, Christ. See, would we wanted you to do fill resist the temptation to blood, blah, blah, you know, Margaret Lowrie disgrace, Sanz, true. You wanna spit out and did miss racing troop. We want you to resist the temptation tight. I'm sorry that I said anything. Welcome to the Phil. Let's just forget about it. Can't do a nice and welcome to the flow. Henry the whole things, but just turned to coverage, garbage chlorophyll. Let's just rewind. Do you want to know? We're already in the show. This is the. Phil Hendrie show you were saying you want to do the show live at some point right now. That's all booze about a month ago. I don't care if it's old news. True filler, what? Yeah, I do want to do the show live. I do want to go back to doing the show live and I hope we can go back to doing the show live. What would stop you from doing the show? Not. A prohibitive cost to the whole. I don't know. I don't think it really is a cost. We pay a certain amount of money to Amazon for streaming. We pay a hell of a lot to Amazon for streaming better fact. Then we also what about the storage of the video and all of that jazz just that was a part of it right now he saw we're gonna. I don't I. Yeah, it was a part of it for awhile. Forget about what you guys sound like, okay, you start out doing this? Yes. So it almost sounded like be so. So what about it? I still the store who gives us, we don't care about storage fees. Phil, we just want to get it done. You know you guys want to go live? No. Are we going to finish up this part of the opening of the show? Because it's really dragon. So what I was going to say is that you weren't gonna say anything. We brought it up and we shouldn't have. I'm very sorry. What I was going to say is that yet we wanna go live and we will go live and the reason why we didn't as I wanted to check out costs, baby costs. You know, that's what it's about. All right. Phil, you don't have to turn it into some sort of the beatnik frenzy. That's what it's about costs. Man. How much is this? How much is that look at the paranoia? We did not get off, please. God damn man. It looks like it's a, it's a health protein powder commercial. Well, they got some girl with. It's there hanging right over the table. They're hanging right over the guy's head. All right. Thank you for that. Turn the TV off, but, but I want to see turn the TV off. So yeah, costs and the costs for prohibitive. Look speaking of that. And I'm so glad that you're bringing all of this up now because we are talking about behind the scenes here on the Henry show, and we've got a little behind the scenes to talk to you about David to do an intervention here about what. Take it easy..
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Hampshire? Sirius satellite how are you sir Yes one quick quote comment Bernie's plan will cost three trillion dollars and there are three hundred twenty five million to the United, States that turns out to nine thousand dollars per capita family. Formally Panthers, eighty six thousand dollars. Effectively for health, insurance And let me tell you this everybody won't pay so it'll even be. Worse. For some people who. He will claim are rich who aren't. Rich maybe I'll have a two income family so people who tend to vote democrat will pay almost nothing and the, rest of us will pay far more than even you're suggesting Yup But that's the average cost per capita and by the, way. Sir imagine the quality of care that we would. Get I mean I it's just incredible to me I was at the thank you. For calling, I, was at the DMV today Have had to do more traveling on. The weekends and I typically do And you know. I go through TSA And, as we all do Now my license my driver's, license starts started to crack And I needed a, new one, one of the TSA. Lady said to me you know it's starting to. Crack you may get a new, one and she's right so this morning I found some time to go to. My local DMV It's packed And by, the way I don't blame the people who work at. The DMV it's actually a. Tough job the states give them a thousand things, to do and, you know I don't, blame them but that's. The point it's a. Systemic problem An hour. And a half later I got my photo. Taken I gave them the information. They already have it on file all. I need is a replacement. One I have a temporary one now they're gonna mail me the other one so forth on and on and on an hour and a half Not because people were lazy. The people will. Working hard quite frankly they. Were moving quickly as quickly. As they could they have a. Big board there with numbers and alphabet. I don't know I don't know. How they have it organized but it wasn't organized poorly it just took a long time that's the problem That's the problem. We can't even fix the. VA despite all the celebration the VA's been fixed the. VA, will never be fixed I hate to tell, you this it will never be fixed you. Wanna know why because it's. Run by the government like an old Stalinist, medical system it means some, people will be taking care. Of some, people have good doctors some people will have good. Experiences but an awful lot well not some people will. See their lives. Prolong but some people will see their lives, shortened and we've seen that. Too it's not a high quality. Across the board It's just not and. It's, certainly not as high quality as the private, sector we're at least you used to be. Able to choose your doctors. Your hospitals and so forth less so now Because of the government Can you imagine one hundred percent control of our healthcare system and they act like you're going to, get quality healthcare one you need it and. How you need it that's not how it works When it comes to ObamaCare do they give a damn about you know? Do they, give a damn about the, deductibles their massive. No do they give a damn about the premium, prices no do they give? A damn about the fact that you don't have any choices you know if you live in California like my kids do, you basically have two choices and that's it. Take it or leave it Take it or leave it Well two choices does not make for a choice really It doesn't make for a choice really And I'm sure many of you have. Similar experiences you don't. Need to call I'm sure you do So all those. Compassionate Liberal Democrats where are they now nowhere and we're the, Republicans so we're going to repeal it where are they know where you get a single payer system it's changes your country for the rest of time changes the form of. Government for the rest of the time and changes your health healthcare for the rest of the. Time not to mention The. Never ending expense The never ending expense Let's, go, to George Chicago Illinois. The great. WLS country go ahead Margaret Lowrie show my point. Is, about convention of states yeah I, think it's a great idea however if we. Don't, have virtuous politician. They'll violate the new constitution people keep. Replace well I don't agree, I believe, we won't have virtuous politicians but if you look at for example the reform amendments, that I propose much of the powers moved to the state legislatures and also there are certain aspects with respect to the constitution spending borrowing. And taxing that are. Enshrined in the constitution with, with, actual limits so there. Wouldn't be The ability for politicians to make. Decisions of that sort they, try and, take language and twist it so it's important that the language that is used as, very specific moreover you can't leave it to Washington to police Washington and that's why at least in the reform amendments that I propose three. Fifths to the states Have power where he final. Supreme court decision that is they can hold it null and, void and the states can reverse certain federal regulations and the states will have a direct. Route although difficult for many in the constitution. Without having to go through a convention or without having to go. Through, the federal government so it depends what you do. If it is, your position that there's nothing we can do then it's over it is not My position is that they, don't follow the constitution now but I just, explained to you they don't follow the constitution, now if they don't matter in some of the power re re is returned to the states then the day that is the. Congress the bureaucracy in the federal. Courts in some instances have little or no say or are, held to account. Or in check By the state legislature.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On the wall now back to margaret lowrie as the celebrate he's twenty i m o n e l l i a wonderful author and he did a book about roy sievers the sweetest right handed swing in nineteen fifties baseball he was a big star for the washington senators but it was a big star during the fifties on in the sluggers during the fifties and sort of got a little bit forgotten over the years so paul went back and went through many archives and many personal interviews with rice cevers and others and put together what i think is an outstanding biography of one of the real slugger's and he was a heck of a washington senator as well so paul nice to have you with us hey ron how are you.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sharp grab all it could be a pair proper sandoval santa ball onto belt double play i don't think in my life that i ever see myself saying crawford to santa all developed for these on the wall now back to margaret lowrie the celebrate he's twenty system talking bagel in the bay area i love that one really it's the best i love it of all the ones i didn't spring training it's still the best then pablo you know he's great with kids he's so cooperative he really is and of course he's got ninety five million and it feels good about that but he's special he really is when you look back on this era of giants baseball he's right in the middle of it and i was thinking about this today you know again i'm gonna just harpen this pitching again you you know you can't be thirteenth in the league at starters era and dream about doing anything what happened to the canes and lindsey odham you know and sanchez's and zito's vocal songs and you know people like that you know where did they go isn't there they got bumgarner and of course cueto when he pitches you know he's capable but some marga you know sort of you know more marginal kind of guy and then the rest of them there just hoping and praying where what happened to the the guys and that's that's a story giants baseball so they're hanging in there it's a division that keeps bumping along and the and help is coming i really firmly believe help is coming carmen you're up there a couple of things one we talked a little bit about milansan they're gonna slow play him i feel till you know he's he exhaust his rehab bumgarner as you say i think friday night what about pence at some point they're going to have to deal with pants aren't they.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Ron wo does the professor joins us hey pablo sandoval speaking of interesting situations yesterday the writers wrote about it they talk to you about the second base in his future come on bob low well we'll see you know you have to adjust to situations that you have we have some people out i really could see an opportunity arise for him murmured losing a game and we wanna pinch pablo for somebody and then leave a minute second base it gives you an option maybe it's a top righty you know tomlinson's at the play and you say we're losing what the heck let's do it now i will tell you catching ground balls obviously he's got good hands he's got a nice arm he's got quick feet for a big guy and that's why he was a very good third baseman is his first step is good now once he's gotta keep moving it's not where you want it to be in the range would be an issue but to get back in the lineup you know if the balls hit adam and routine plays i think he can do the job that is a professor rodwell this on the wall now back to margaret lowrie celebrate twentyfirst system talking bagel in the bay area graph great job we found the conversation with ron wo is from last week and wrap that was good to pick it up in search forty minutes of ronald i did find it yeah it was great and a boy because the ball is in there today at second base and whoa said it you know first step is okay after that we'll see what happens but they want his bat in the lineup six for eighteen with two homers against chatwin and chat with has been very difficult for the giants to beat he'll walk the park he doesn't give up a lot of hits but actually kind of looking at this a little bit this is against chat would here not darvish darvish is not pitching tonight it is chat with tonight longoria two for two with a homer crawford eleven for thirty seven with a couple of homers belt eight for twenty two with a homer gorky three for eight hundred two for nine mccutchen one for three sandoval six for eighteen with two homers.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Tribe risers at st three to pitch swung on a hard ground ball the second into a slide to his left tomlinson these got it up to his feet and throws you out at first and the ball game is over the giants have defeated the cavs do get even in the series their first win on this road trip come from behind five to four victory over the chicago cubs this this is hunter strickland of the san francisco giants now back to the post game show with margaret lowrie on knb or six eighty under strictly got his tenth save tonight so he's ten of thirty five what is that two fifths forty percent right forty percent of twosevenths right twenty i can't even do math anymore twenty eight percent he's almost there all right to thirty five that's what we wanted him get to all right let's go to kyle in sacramento cali you're on kmby are six eighty go ahead how are you doc a drop the kids off at my my dad's and what did you say absolutely it was very aggressive what what what was his life i think the total i think three three and two thirds i think it was three and two thirds struck out eight one walk one hit i think something like that and very very very impressive forty seven pitches and ninety one ninety but everyone who's called in carmen and everyone else said he was just outstanding tonight larry look like a man amongst boys out there good hurt sit back and eat picnic flu rent to the right field just effort they shoulders shoulders taller than everyone else my question no war but pitching and got thirty something aimed at six point four two to forty all you guys pretty much since free my question is are these guys knocking at the door to the next level or they was looking up my phone after that literally his fingers touching this dirty gigi never been in the major.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Free no what is what is your rationale three one two three three two three seven seven six i you keep trying i have very little faith that it would ever occur because he's gonna wanna go somewhere where he's got a better chance to win sooner rather than later that and that's where the debate went with him and pat and black and zetter men and i was surprised by caps answer capless certain that the bulls pieces that would be around lebron let's say lebron would sign with the bulls he said the cavs pieces around lebron currently are better than what the bulls have and i i could not disagree with him more i'm not telling you that the bulls pieces are awesome and are gonna be like i'm not telling you they're going to be a championship team but i am saying that the parts around lebron here versus there with lowry markkanen with zach levine with chris dine bobby portis is far better than what the cavs have kevin love and then what kevin love anybody that can shoot it like quarter but jared smith's inconsistent i know i would i don't know that we're how i'd have to do a more comprehensive research project but i wouldn't i think you're talking about six and a half dozen of the other ones you want if you had a choice of players take lebron out of the aquatic the younger group here yeah i'm taking lowery margaret lowrie marketing should be a better player than kevin love next year i'm taking chris done over whoever's bringing the ball up for them and i'm not suggesting to you that chris done is a superstar yeah i i i would probably i would say that they have no but that the cavs surrounding pieces are taken a i mean if you need someone in the paint you take him bobby portis are you taking larry nance junior or tristan thompson you take it i don't think the bulls would be that bad of a team with lebron james on it.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Cisco giants now back to the giants pre game show with margaret lowrie six eighty it'd be nice for best oppose you to knock went out in pittsburgh he does not do that that often most these hit the ball well in pittsburgh to ninety eight fourteen doubles twenty four b is in forty two games against the pirates none of his forty eight hits against the pirates have left the yard about that when i saw that i couldn't believe it today prior to the only nationally team that posey does not have a home run against moore no more homers against every other national league opponent how 'bout that so he's do as they like to say if you're around the walnut creek area today volvo cars walnut creek it's a great place to stop buying ckc turner and look at all those suv's in the ninety sixties forties it's amazing the cars are stylish they're safe the colors are wonderful and so impressed when i go in the showroom there so absolutely check it out volvo cars walnut creek twelve ninetyone twentyseven ninetyone i'm sorry twentyseven ninetyone north main street and walnut creek nine to five nine three nine three three three three very safe i've only i've driven volvos since nineteen seventy one that has been my car so i've seen all the improvements in all the style changes and everything else you just have to take a look and do a test drive over there bridge bank we always liked to mention them of course they're part of our post game show as well we hear there spot here a full suite of deposit and cash management solutions for technology startups at all stages of their life cycle lines of credit and growth capital term loans to help a startup extend runway between equity rounds and.
"margaret lowrie" Discussed on Invisible City
"What makes this event unique is that the causes of this extinction are all human related and include Habitat Destruction and acceleration? You know overfishing introduction of non native species you know ones that are invasive and that's really happened through globalized trade such as the Asian longhorn beetle but add to that massive urbanization pollution and climate change. This fatal combination nation has led some to argue that we have entered a new geological epoch known as the human e pock non on human species behavioral adaptation evolves extremely slowly and it is inconceivable that is species behavioral adept Haitians can respond quickly enough to suit this rapid rate of environmental change. We must plan design our buildings and our cities differently if we are to walk back this astounding acceleration delaration urban bird. Mortality is a two sided issue. We need to begin by noting that the vast majority of birds killed by collisions. Lesions with buildings are Passerini. It's like a Canadian. warbler passer rains. Make up over half of all bird. Species and the particular distinguishing feature of them is that they have three toes pointing forward and one backward which enables them to perch thus they are known as perching birds or less accurately as songbirds many bird species and most Passerini have evolved to migrate at night. It is cooler which means it takes less energy. There are less predators and the darkness offers a cover her for them to fly under. Birds Migrate by utilizing a variety of different clues. Depending on the species including the Earth's magnetic field field food sources weather patterns even smell but all nocturnal migrants definitely use the moon and and stars to find their way to some degree now at into that urban regions with their light light attracts tracks migrating birds by obscuring these important natural clues and draws them into the unfamiliar urban urban environment. which all too often results in death? This phenomena of fatal attraction has been with us as long as humans have been producing large artificial light sources. Really only about one hundred and fifty years ago to put this in perspective. That is a millisecond in evolutionary time scales now. A key player in drawing attention to this issue is an organization called flap. My name is Michael. Moore I'm executive director of Flap Canada. Otherwise known as feeling we're in this program Canada. We're a registered nonprofit and we focus focus on the issue burke lesions with buildings Within this issue there are two. There's birds client with bracelet at structures at night and then those birds that Clyde with windows during the day. This issue is considered the second leading cause of her death across Canada. Second only to cat attacks we We recognize is this as a a a an issue that needs to be recognized needs to be addressed and an entire revolution has taken place Since our founding which was in nineteen ninety-three any three and is just amazing to see the progress that's been made well flap began as caregivers. Our role has changed as they took up the banner of advancing dancing a Toronto based initiative to develop bird friendly guidelines in doing so. They quickly found their voice on a global stage. Advocating for visual markers on glass to mitigate confusion for birds but of course as a starting point their key goal wishes to get corporations to turn out. The lights became clear to us that we need to start to embrace municipalities and in nineteen ninety four. Sorry in two thousand and five. We were fortunate enough to connect with a counselor counselor Glenda beermaker that We worked with to develop notice of motion to present a city council solely to just educate council on this issue Berkeley's that are occurring in their ruined city and this particular counselor and another one Joma Avic took the so much to heart. They've sort of. They took flop under their wing. Let's put it that way awesome cliche. But it's quite honestly what happened. They really do believe in in trying to stop this problem. And so there's notice motion was submitted to the city's saying look here. We have a problem. We need your help. And it very quickly turned into The city passing the notice of motion introducing seeing Margaret Lowrie bird policy for the city of Toronto Launching Lights Out Toronto which was a volunteer driven program to educate Torontonians about the issue. Bird vard's Klein with buildings both by night and by the city of Toronto Fortunate to have political leadership on the issue initiated a lights out Toronto campaign to coincide ride with Spring and fall migratory seasons including ads in public transit vehicles and shelters on recycling bins in various community publications occasions and on monitors in downtown office tower elevators and and then shortly thereafter the development of a group of stakeholders came together to draft The first of its kind preventing development diet guidelines sure of the date might be two thousand seven the guidelines lines were released and Winch Tronto became a pioneer in this issue. These guidelines are being duplicated to being new modified in cities all across North America even into Europe I believe it was a Swedish organization that translated guidelines into.