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"mark hill" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:28 min | 3 months ago

"mark hill" Discussed on KOMO

"Of shooting two people in the store One died 38 year old Instacart shopper Justin and another 56 year old Fred Meyer employee Mark hill was critically injured Richland's interim police chief Bridget clary says they are still piecing together what happened There's nothing that indicates to our investigators that there was any kind of relation between the suspect and our victims According to court documents a former roommate said Kelly was spiraling mentally in the weeks and months before the shooting He also has a history of shoplifting at a Kennewick Fred Meyer Kelly is appeared in court but his arraignment was postponed until February 23rd he remains in the Benton county jail on $1 million bond Kelly Blair northwest news radio A former member of the U.S. climbing team is accused of child rape 28 year old Alexander Fritz is accused of having sexual contact with underage athletes ranging at age from 12 to 16 Fritz worked with climbing athletes as a coach and root center at vertical world climbing Jim and Redmond The case has been forwarded to the FBI for possible federal charges due to allegations of crossing state and county borders Fritz's being held that's the humus county jail of $500,000 bail And for the Beacon plumbing sports desk sounders join another Seattle snowbirds in the California desert here's Bill Schwartz 85° in Palm Springs where Seattle's MLS team holds the second part of its soccer camp Some of the international players have come back to sounders giving coach Brian schmitzer other formation options Trying to see what four two three one looks like incorporating Albert with some of his new teammates Those are the nuances that I'm hoping to cram in in this last 8 days before we head off down to Honduras That's where the sounders play matagua to start a two match Concacaf series Cincinnati Bengals have arrived in Southern California for Super Bowl practice Sunday They're four and a half point underdogs against the LA rams I had a Thursday's NBA trade deadline The Portland blazers and New Orleans pelicans swapped 7 men CJ McCollum Larry Nance junior and Tony Snell I'll go to the big easy Indiana Pacers in a 6 player deal with Sacramento former Gonzaga big man to modest sabonis goes to the kings and the Seattle kraken came out of the NHL all star break acquiring a center Austin zernik off waivers from the New York islanders tomorrow night the kraken skate on climate pledge ice against the Arizona coyotes Sports with swords.

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"mark hill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:28 min | 8 months ago

"mark hill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We are back. Andy staples joining us in a couple of minutes. We have had a busy one already. With k j jefferson and so many other guests including j paternal. We got a call from a famous drummer in a band. And we've had quite an afternoon here. Let's continue More calls mark is arkansas. You're on the air. Hello mark hill mr five. I'm how's your day going great. Thank you good. I wanna thank you. And the se nation crew for the difference. You show to raise your bathroom saturday. It made for great great day. Well it was it was. It was really cool to be there. It's always fun but this was Beyond special We've been there a couple of times with some bad teams This one was was was one. I'll never forget very good Same here You can even you mr tibo back. We'll we'll take it back. He's okay with us. He was he. He had a good time with his texas pick. That's for sure. Well he did but I gotta tell you that Utah texas hand with across the parking lot Admit smiling ever since so. Hey you know what's funny about that. I i had a friend. Text me Saturday night from he was in colorado for the texas game. He said i know arkansas. He said the m crowd like that one too by the way they do have taste. I'll say that. Hey thank you very much back. Arkansas abs- weight Had a blast. There you bad good to hear from you. Let's continue with more phone. Calls and lee is in memphis. Hello hey paul going. We're doing great les. Thank you two questions. hang listen What water offers. Chances saturday an state and do you think that memphis has a chance mr say. Hey man yeah i. I frankly like memphis. Chances more than auburn game being at home. And i frankly i i think. Auburn has an outside shot of winning i. I just wish. I knew. More about auburn. Based on these two games. I know i know they played really terrible opposition but it seems like they have things going really good direction. I i'm fascinated by the mississippi state memphis game. Hey thanks for the call appreciate it. let's continue. Kevin is in georgia. You're on the air. Hey paul appreciate you taking my call. Thank you Over over the years the gamecocks had enough trouble with the bulldog in their own state. And that's the citadel bulldogs. We've got a one game going against them i Hey by the way i was. I was at the citadel. Win in whatever your that was Fifteen fourteen yeah. I saw the. I i was working that game. As as a reporter Sideline reporter. And i'll never forget it as long as i live. It's the only time i've ever done and the only time i'll ever do it. Yeah we'll be depending next time. I mean we're we're an sds. School quick story kevin so. I don't remember what happened. Sec nation was in south carolina. That day it was it was off weekend when there really are no good games and the sideline reporter. I don't know somehow the sideline reporter got sick. I really don't have any idea how i ended up with the job but somebody said is there any chance you could stick around and do the game i. I've never done this before. I said to my said it couldn't be very hard I mean you spend the entire to meeting the night before we spent all the time talking about what stories to talk about with. When when when south carolina blows out the citadel. And they're right. All of a sudden the citadel starts winning the game. And i'm like talking to people. I said what am i supposed to do here. They said well you're obviously interview. The citadel coach after the game and i distinctly remember him being rather rooted halftime and i checked with their people and he said well. This guy really doesn't like you. I said it's not really my problem. I said why doesn't he like me. So when senator played florida state. I think the previous year you said you referred to the citadel as a high school team. I'm not sure he's going to talk to you I said well we all. So i walked up to. I don't remember the guy's name he's not there anymore. Obviously and i just said coach. Congratulations and he. He he got over his dislike of me to talk about how important win was but It was it was amazing to watch the game from the field. Yes sir I was there in nineteen ninety one that year as well so no i didn't go. I didn't realize you guys investment success. Hey thank you for the call. I do appreciate it and you brought back some rather bizarre memories. Tim is in pennsylvania. Hello tim how're you doing. Paul thanks for taking my phone call. Once before i'm the guy that lives in johnstown pennsylvania halfway between stay each and i have a lot of friends that are penn state alum and pit alarm and i graduated from auburn and i got a picture of review the day that the sec sec nation was down in auburn uber's leading at lunchtime in the wellness kitchen with a group of students. Oh coming out in member. Yes when i left my car with my wife at the counter so is so excited to meet you and all that anyway so my friend michael you check a graduate nineteen eighty-four. He's an engineer from penn state. And he. he's he's done well so he gave them years ago. A large amount of money in a A rolling scholarship. That goes to students every year in his parents name. So i called my buddy. Mike months ago like in the spring. I said you know what you gotta take care of. You gotta get me. Some penn state auburn tickets. Well he got us in to the president barron's tailgate his house starting at four thirty. Oh my let me go there. We yes we go. There couldn't get the tickets offers. Her name is jennifer jen. She's in the alumni relations. Her job is to recruit.

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"mark hill" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

06:25 min | 9 months ago

"mark hill" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

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"mark hill" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:54 min | 11 months ago

"mark hill" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A false narrative that this country is inherently racist, that communism is some sort of utopia and that the voter integrity laws are racist against black people. And the fact that the White House continues to talk about it, and that the attorney General Merrick Garland, is suing the state of Georgia over this. The voter integrity laws, which are basically all you have to do they're asking for is to present an I D. So the right person actually votes is mind boggling to me. Take a listen to sake, which she says about the voting law number seven. He'll lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote is a form of suppression because I didn't I didn't start it up. Biden is going to talk about this, by the way tomorrow. He's going to have this big speech, which she announced. She said that Biden wanted to do himself Who else would do the speech? He wanted to do it himself. She almost said We were surprised We didn't think he could, You know, do it past his bedtime, er, his nap time. So again. Sorry, So that's sake. She's talking about Biden and the voter integrity laws against seven. He'll lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote as a form of depression. In a form of silencing hell call out the greatest irony of the big lie is that no election in our history has met such a high standard with over 80 judges, including those appointed by his predecessor, throwing out all challenges. He'll also decry efforts just So 80 judges. Why was it thrown out? Because they didn't actually look and they they said they didn't have jurisdiction. Am I right or wrong? When we're talking about 80 judges? It's not that the judges looked at the voter. The voter, Uh, you know, and to determine there was no fraud. They said we don't have jurisdiction here. Okay, so keep it going the right to vote as authoritarian and anti American, and he will highlight The work of the administration against this the necessity of passing the for the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and how we need to work together with civil rights organizations to build as broad a turnout and voter education system to overcome. The worst challenge to our democracy since the Civil War. What? Okay, This is a life of beginning and 11th. Of all the law in Georgia is much more open and liberal than the current laws in Delaware in New York's of Joe Biden thinks this is an attack on democracy. Then he has been taking partner systematic attack on democracy in Delaware. What this is doing is preserving the right to vote. Whether or not there was fraud. The last election. It's almost irrelevant to this argument because to me when you're sending out this many ballots, and that's subject to supervision, you're inviting it. It could be Republicans do it. Democrats, You know that's politics being what it is. There's always gonna be people trying to abuse the system. That's why New York is required that to get an absentee about you have to give a reason why you can't vote. And why you have to show who you are when you register to vote. I mean, this is this common If you really value the right to vote, you want to make sure that people who are but this is the biggest threat against democracy since the Civil War. I think she's the greatest argument against common sense and against, uh, against you have free thought This is nonsense, and that that's why the country is being divided to really think that law is being adopted in Georgia, which are more open than New York and Delaware is the greatest threat to this country since the Civil War. Where's she been? I mean, where has she been? She must be living in some silos. Some West left wing. Silo adventure wackos. Well, like I said, it's the government and the media. So take a listen to this. This is an MSNBC analyst Dina Bodhgaya. My saying is he's also a radio host. And he he says that at this point, I think they're just trying to say Trump's name because they know it helps with their ratings because they're so far down in the toilet. But if you notice today on Twitter arrests, Trump was trending and it's been trending all day long. How is that? Okay? Meanwhile, Trump still can't even get on the platform and so many other people that I know got their accounts cancelled. Simply by talking about hydroxy Clark chloroquine or anything else, And you even have the co inventor of the M R N a technology for the vaccine. He got banned from Google. He got banned from Lincoln. And you you had JAMA an article, The journal American Medical Association, talking about how having masks on kids can be harmful to high of Carbon dioxide levels in Germany, and that got bands a JAMA article got bands. But listen to this guy, MSNBC analyst Talking about Trump number eight Donald Trump. Radicalized people like an al Qaida recruiter, Donald Trump sent them there to attack the capital to stop the steal as he put it, or to stop the certification of the votes. As we put it, we need Democrats in one voice the same way the right talks about critical race theory. Talk about saving our democracy. Save our democracy meeting reforming the filibuster, meaning perhaps not funding red states with infrastructure if they're going to make it harder to vote. I know that sounds unlike Democrats, but we got to play hardball here, and I think Democrats calling in one voice for Donald Trump to be criminally prosecuted. It is not partisan. The call for a terrorist to be brought to justice. This sounds like a third world dictatorship and that I think is where their mentality is going. We want to talk about people who want to violate democracy. How about in chief? How about black lives matter when they were burning down the United States a year ago? What happened here in Manhattan? Uh, Police departments being physically attacked city halls almost being overrun. The sanctuary is being set up where criminals could run wild. That is a great threat to democracy, and you have again hundreds of people burning out businesses attacking innocent people. Shooting, killing people. And and so what's the answer? The Democrats Kamala Harris wants to post bail for those who were rioting and demonstrating. So this to me is a disgrace. And once we start hitting this thing of locking up opponents again, maybe that's why they think commented. Communism is a paradise because that's what is on in their paradise all the time. You lock up your enemies. And I think one of the biggest Racists we have now in the country are a lot of these Democratic leaders like Mayor, lightweight notice. I don't call her Lightfoot lightweight. She does not care that 63 people were shot in Chicago over this weekend alone, among them a 20 month old that was sitting in his car seat. Another was an eight year old girl sitting on her couch in her living room, stray bullets, and she wants to say that crime is down. And then this is a B E T news correspondent. His name is Mark Hill. He's also a Temple University professor. He in media studies of all places. Listen to what he says. This is so outrageous. This guy needs to lose his job on B E T News and a Temple university number 11. Do you? I mean, do you believe that? Do you believe all white people are inherently racist? So I don't know if you're backing me into a corner of that question, But yes, I do. Yes, I do. He believes all white people are racist. This is Mark Hill, A B E. T news correspondent, Temple University professor saying white. All white people are racist. Suppose you are. I said, we think some black people are racist. That would be consideration right? Right. But he can say all white people are race. This is absolutely Saturday and then unfortunately, become part of the regular dialogues. It would take it that we have to take this seriously because they become a threat a real threat to do. That's a threat to democracy, that that type of talk. I mean that that's like a Ku Klux Klan and reverse. Absolutely. And we had here in New York, A 13 year old was shot execution style. It looked like he was possibly a gang member. I'm hearing through different NYPD sources, five arrests that, uh, he had five arrests. Five previous arrests a 13 year old. That's the real epidemic that is spreading across the country. These democratic cities that have this turnstile type of justice that are allowing the criminals should just go out on the streets that we have five 1000 open gun cases here in New York City, with 90 something percent of those suspects out on the streets. They got those disappearance tickets. That's the real. That's the real epidemic, not white supremacy. Covid..

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"mark hill" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:28 min | 11 months ago

"mark hill" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Movement of Energy announced investments of up to 14.5 million for R and D to cut waste and reduce energy used to recycle single use. PLASTICS. How does your research group and other others working on chemical recycling technology integrate the sustainable chemistry or green approach with your research? In order to design ways to minimize or neutralized any potential. You, Congresswoman. We worked hard on this. We'll call it advanced recycling in the subset of chemical recycling and really trying to understand the fundamentals of how you can take established plastics and ones that we design on purpose to be efficiently chemically recycled and let's and we would commented on about use of solvent in green chemistry ways that don't require solvent that required things like maybe temperature or light that allows You to turn plastics that are useful in their everyday application efficiently back to the molecules from which they came using the principles of being green chemistry. If we can do that those new molecules can then be general can generate virgin plastic that has the same, the same benefit. Thank you, Madam Chair and I yield back. Round of questioning by Democrats. Deborah Ross of North Carolina. And with that we're going to recognize Mr Connor Lam Congressman from the nice state of Pennsylvania for five minutes of questioning. Thank you, Madam Chair. Yes, We are nice. So nice. In fact, that on behalf of the whole state, we'd like to wish you a happy birthday today as well. Um To our witnesses. Thank you for hanging on this long. Uh, Doctor Hilmar. I kind of wanted to pick up where I think you were leaving off, which is And of course, our jurisdiction on this committee really is to Try to move forward the nation's research agenda and help answer Kind of unanswered questions, particularly ones of a longer term nature that that individual businesses might find profitable to answer on their own code. So Would you mind just kind of summarizing or Commenting on the state of knowledge about where we're going in comp posting, um and the breakdown of you know, so called biodegradable recyclables and plastics. Um and and maybe give me a little bit more specific inside and into it. You know, if there's two or three big questions that that we can really help answer say in the next decade, what are they Thank you, Congressman. This is an area that I'm quite passionate about and very interested in and I'll reiterate what I said earlier. Is this word bio degradation over what timeframe under what conditions And I think this is where the basic research plays. A key role is understanding exactly what happens. Let's say it in industrial compost at high temperature and high humidity, as opposed to maybe backyard compost or in the environment and how to differentiate the chemistries indifferent. Shake the fundamental processes that go on in those different environments so you can understand and predict the lifetimes of these materials in the environment. The second piece that's important, I think, is what do they break down to? And how do we understand We're not just generating, for example, smaller shards of plastic that are recalcitrant? And so following it all the way through the breakdown process and understanding both the physical phenomena and the chemical phenomena are critically important. And we have researched in the center of this really trying to understand those fundamental processes. How do microorganisms break down? What, Um, ultimately results from let's say the hydraulics or bio degradation of compostable plastics. I view this again as a piece of the solution to plastic a waste, But it will come with infrastructure in clear education and understanding of what is meant by composed double and how the process is actually take place. I think this is really important contemporary area of research. More research is needed to understand the design factors what you might build into the plastic To have a breakdown under certain conditions, inefficient ways, and I love the idea of a systems approach where it's design of molecules evaluate performance. End of life scenarios that allow a complete life cycle to be to be understood at a very fundamental level. Mark Hill Meyer is a chemistry professor University of Minnesota. Double deuce ESPN from Washington. Why I very much appreciate that. And I think Chairwoman Bill will certainly help advance toward that goal. Um do any of our other witnesses want to, um Want to answer my question. The minute 50. I have remaining of just kind of clarifying the specific question that you would like to see, Uh, self answer in the next decade or so. Uh, I'll say quickly that I would encourage this committee when they think about composting. I very often hear people thinking about canvassing because recycling the to do list for recycling things hard when we get when we begin to pivot to what else we have to ask ourselves is the to do list for making plastics compostable even longer. Currently, 4% of the US population have access to that commercial composting that's significantly less than who have access to traditional recycling. So I want to make sure that we're not pivoting to something because the current problems things hard. But instead of pulling back and saying, how do we from the very concept of the idea? Make sure that we have a good solution, Doctor Killian. Keith Harrison is the CEO of recycling partnerships. I would just add that you know, we think a cop hosting is very positive, You know, you know, backyard compost that right close to my house. I put that capital into my garden. It's a soil amendment, but we're talking about here is really dealing with litter, avoiding the litter and it's really it's a loss resource. You know, this is plastic. That has, you know, embodied energy in it, And we're just dissipating it into the environment to deal with the litter problem, So I really think we've got to look critically at what we want to make compostable. Um, it's so I think you know again, it's back to holistic solutions. You know having well I really appreciate Yeah, before all today. If we can get chairwoman Bill passed, it will certainly moves down the roads, answering some of that. So appreciate your presence and your insights and madam chairwoman, I go back questioning from Connor Lam of Pennsylvania that last witness Gregory Key. Olean is a sustainable systems professor at the University of Michigan. Thank you. And what a nice note to begin to close the hearing out on because it's true. We've got a tremendous piece of legislation, and this hearing was the the kick off for this legislative session to Really make sure that we're on the right track and hearing from stakeholders from across the spectrum, you know, with Mr Baca being from the American Chemistry council that if you heard in his testimony, and I'll repeat it again is very dedicated to the you know, all hands on deck approach and Also bringing in the the expertise that we need to hear from to keep Pearson who just his her finger on the pulse of what's going on across the country, and Dr Mark Hill, Meyer, who I feel like I could You know, along with Dr Key, Olean, you're just wealth of knowledge and and dedication. Um, both with key Olean. Mr. Doctor Killian at the Wendy School. Who, as Mr Meyer referenced is, you know just was an American hero and so dedicated to our state of Michigan, both sides of the state of Michigan. And you know Dr Hill Meyer. Sometimes people confuse Michigan and Minnesota, But we know you're on the other side of the lake, a couple couple of other sides of the light. So, um, And then we can debate who really is the land of many, many lakes. But we really are grateful for your your dedicated research and your your time today and and and where we find ourselves in this legislative session is, you know really at I think the tipping point of something tremendous. We call today's hearing moving from staggering statistics. If you recall hearing me share that just 9% of our recycling 9%. Our plastic is recycled. How do we increase that? I mean, how do we even begin to think about doubling that to sustainable systems in the systems component, right. Moving from staggering statistics to sustainable systems is so important because we hear about, you know the individual enthusiasm and the consumer enthusiasm and even As Miss Ross was referencing in her questions and and what she's saying in her district in North Carolina with individual entrepreneurs and business leaders, But we really do need a systems approach. And this also comes as a unique time as the United States is, is charting a path forward.

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"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"For me. It's been a continuation of things that we my off and others like me have always known to be under the covers that were just not amplified right so even if we think about george floyd as an example clearly unfortunately unacceptable but. I think what's intriguing is that it's kind of like i was talking. About digital amplifying use cases this was amplified. You know for the world to see the past. These things were not amplified. They were things that were happening to people who look like me family members. You know that looked like me. And they were not amplified. It was oh okay. Wow and now we've been able to amplify these things using enabling technologies by the way. I e an iphone the home. It's a great great great great great device in its allows you to amplify you've been having in the background that we're not amplified that being said one of the things that i have been absolutely focused on a pass. Thirty years is to make sure that the way show up in the way i do. My best work is important. Because i really want if folks the me doing excellent job the next person that comes along that looks like me and the beauty of the person reminds them of may while that individual has a chance to be even better than me and to even exceed you know what even my expectations were for me so for me. It's not a facade will coming in. It's who i am. But the beauty of it people get to see you know who i am. And hopefully they're looking beyond me being a personal color but a person can maximum value. You know to the franchise in that neck scott to a personal color. That once again looks like me. It's like wow reminding us a bar on. Let's get him in here straightaway. He know some we can get moving and and it. It's this pulled through effect. That i hope you know tom. You know making sure that people i are involved in not just the injustices but also pulling through young talent getting that young talent. You know expose whether it's through mentoring internships yet. You name it clearly you know. We have a waste because in the end would we think about things smoke. Eater episode of the military. And i was born in birmingham alabama and in the day. I'm an american. I've never lived any place else. So i i was born and raised here of course a global student but i'm an american above all and And so i expect you know the full the full benefits you know that you know all americans staff and so Yeah and so these things that we've got to continue we gotta Not things but these these real issues. We've got to continue to amplify them even more. Not you know as an in your face thing but the reality is is. This is a reality. And so if it's mario galaxy than it's an american reality because i go back to what i said before you don't have an american have served in the army in the beauty of the army told me is that freedom is not free right. We actually pay a price that we shouldn't have price of freedom within our own. If that you know the enemy outside our borders. But i think we need to just continue to teach that we are not the enemy mark mark. I really appreciate you taking a little bit of time. In reflecting on that. I also thank you for your service and here at the conclusion i want to I'm so glad as you mentioned. This is a new relationship. I'm so pleased to have you. Now is a member of my network as well and so so please do have gotten to know your story a little bit better as somebody who is a seasoned executive across multiple leading organizations learning a bit more about this new journey that you're on in these new sets of responsibilities. You have csl bearing The most unusual circumstances in which you've on boarded and some of the substance of what you're driving a within your company. It's been a been a great conversation. Which i thank you for becky. Pitas enjoyed it as well and look more connecting with you very so wonderful thank you. Thanks for tuning in. Please join me on wednesday. When i guess we'll be pat grady. A partner at sequoia capital and clinch sharp. The chief executive officer of cripple..

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"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"You know is once again looking at data you ask this continuum and then having the company though to let me know what the digital opportunities are notice my job. I don't want to come in and tell people with the opportunities are but i want to create a lot box oil wave for the company to be always engaging with me because not only do we need to do digital delivery for our patients and customers but i also wanna make sure that i'm doing internally as well taking out all of the processes in our environment today in the offense that we don't need to worry about i guarantee you without knowing miss that we have more spreadsheets than we need in this place even today right. I just heard a us a tailgate. One of my office told me that they have access databases to be on. I didn't even know microsoft's access. Because i had not heard that term here for a long time. So how do i say. Wow tell me more please and also i think maybe being able to do this job. Wale in across the company as i'm talking to people i'm more listening than talking here in this word that i use this phrase tale me more please Matt way to keep the business talking to me so that i understand where the rich opportunities are to do real digital delivery and also where the focus mine data priorities because the more i can keep talking the more learn about the opportunities of where there are opportunities across the company for lead to to help. If that makes that makes a lotta sense. It really underscores the need for a great leader to be a good listener And that isn't always necessarily the case so kudos to you for for Driving that inside home thank you. You mentioned a moment ago. Your appointment to the board of puppets company. Run by our our common friend and a former cio yvonne wassenaar. I wanted to talk to you a little bit about that. It's it's a journey. Many people aspire to walk in your footsteps ward of technology leaders becoming bore board members and thankfully there there are a growing fraternity or sorority That that that has done so to hear a little bit about your journey. How did you begin to contemplate that the extent to which it was something that you actively pursued especially if you have any advice for others who might walk in your footsteps mark would love to get that. I think about the network of relationships prison. This is a new relationship for me with you. Peter and it just started but what you will find is that i will pay you from time to time checking. How're you doing. I i think about the network effect the same way i think about how i this my money. It's really something that i really must pay attention to be mindful of that. It requires not one hundred percent of my time and attention. The time of the tension and the i learned from stephen covey you many years ago. There's this concept called the circle of influence in your bubbles. You know can shrink. Expand will grow depending on your actions and so for me a years ago. I said it would be awesome to have the privilege to be on a corporate board. And i've done advisory but what's As i understood it is one of the the has privilege. You can have competent to actually be there to a corporation with their strategy. And so i started making sure that i kept my network activated in made it known the others not in an arrogant way. That wow board members pay. What does it mean to be on the board. People are telling me that your job is not the tail kiko. So just doing learning's going to brief here. You know let it be known not in a pushy wave while af there something comes up. We're mosquitoes are match. But you manage that network you you you you help you let others know that. Hey if they can assist you in anyway but you keep that network you you manage it like a pot of gold and you just keep you know once again as i said before i may. I may be on a train to make pop in my head. I may send you a link. Gayness eight just wanted to check in how are you keeping that network fluid An but also doing everything in your power to understand what it means you know. Let that be on a award but how you show up as a leader everyday you'll find that word of mouth. You doing the things that you're supposed to do as well we'll began to permeate you know the this ecosystem bet we that we function on not to just be out there. You know getting your name out but getting it out there in a way to what people know why. You are interested so thinking about puppet. It's an area that i have paxton in. It's it's it's the automation you know within a function that i started and i think that there was a connection. He will you gong these interviews and you talk to people. Hopefully lacey that passion. You have their space as well as his industry on. So it's once again. It's not just working network. Because that's not what i'm saying but it's it's really making these connections you look people with a servant mentality. You know that you are willing to help right that you want to be served but that you are willing to serve and that's really what it's about how to you know serve these outfits that are really doing good and they need different perspectives and different points of edens and it translates also in the business that rian but also for me though i think reporting to the ceo as the cbi auto being on board working with the ceo. Believe it or not it actually helps me to both jobs even better than i would have without these two. You leak connections It does yeah. Well thank you. That's a great overview in great advice just in terms of you building that network. I love your your thought of to managing a network like a pot of gold. What a great way to put that. In and good things will will result as a as a result of your caring feeding. You get it. Look i i wanted to ask you as well Mark a among the very fort. Many unfortunate aspects of this year has been The reemergence of of and a a light shone on racial social inequities in our culture And i hope you don't mind my my asking but as a as an executive of color. I wonder if you could maybe reflect on some of the lessons of this year. Some of what you've been experiencing and the extent to which you have advice for people of goodwill who want to be part of positive change. Ibp interested in some of the thoughts that you might have. And i think this has been an interesting here.

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"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Back has been such a cool thing because people have taken the up that especially the piece around you'd never disturbingly and of course one thing it's a slippery slope because you know but it's been a way for me to engage with the company and showed this level of intensity because at some point they will meet me in person non virtual and one of the things i wanna make we saw was the person they meet in person at some point in but not too distant future is the same individual they met virtually once again giving people the access to communicate with me by any means necessary as a learning i think a big hit you know so far You know sitting out wrigley communicate so one thing i'm trying to do is if not every week every two weeks around. Hey here's what i've learned. Here are some of the things that i thought about. Here's what i'm thinking based on abc. And i also have this unique privileged. Were at least in the us. I have been able to you. Don't flock to some of the various sites in have socially distance. All hands socially distanced that will just small groups an avid avid enjoyed. That i was just in holly springs north carolina. This past monday by the way at the weather was nice and warm in we will go outside in this picnic area and i was able to stand back more than six feet maybe twenty feet and just have a regular meeting and that was a big hit and the people talking about that so that somewhat trying you know meaning meaning different methods understanding that. We're hick were not stralia. I'm having meetings whatever makes sense for what those that i served so if that means i need to have a meeting at ten pm because it's convenient walk ob china will austrailia. You know that's what we're doing. So i'm meeting the team where they need to be mad at. If that makes sense jess showing that. I'm always going to be available. We'll figure that out so global. And i'm going to be the leader to show how that works. Yeah got to walk that walk. Certainly that's interesting. I appreciate you sharing that anecdote. We talked about some of the organizational. Changes you envision. The bringing in a head of digital experiences have digital An it strategy innovation the transformation office you described among other a changes. You anticipate i wanna talk to you more. Generally about the strategy that you've begun to put together here in the early days recognizing perhaps it's still in process but talk a bit about You have planned for the year ahead and some of the some of the items. That are making the way to the top of the list of your priorities. Yes so as it relates to the strategy. The one thing that i have put in place and we haven't communicated that to the company. Yeah but let's just call it these five strategic or six strategic pillars and they're going to anchor my strategy as we go forward and those pillars are very simple. Unlock information so that points to the digital side of what i need to do for. The companies was the day unlike information bill from the foundation right so of course on new. There's a foundation that we have in place that we're going to build pawn to deliver value to the corporation. The third one would be to enrich and elevate the experience. So when i talk about spurious would be the modern workplace either user experience but also uncommitted to the patient experience and the customer experience. Or how do we optimize those in the in scale not in the scale but innovate and scale so as we find those high value use cases. We're going to move with those we're going to innovate. We're going to scale if they're not gonna kill them and move to the next one so innovative scale and then collaborate with purpose one of the largest pieces that i think i'm accountable for its this this. This collaborative mindset with all the people across global company as well as the customers in patients so collaborate with people then empower empower. Our people right. So i want to make sure that we give our people not ads outweighs working but anabel ways of working. I sometimes think that word agility you know has been a abuse and and to anchor all that we're putting in place what i'll call this transformation initiative roadmap to execute on those so i've got an operating model re-jigger if that makes sense so that it's fit for purpose. We need to go do own changes that need to reimagine organization and then approve what i'll call the technology and digital offerings To make sure that those documented and they've creepy strategic partnerships and outsourcing scenarios with others. Because we also need to take an outside in perspective the basic question it does indeed. Yeah i appreciate you walking through that. It does so in a really nice way. And and it really highlights. As i as i hear you talk about each of the six strategic pillars the really fundamental role that digital technology data play in running the business more generally speaking as you out impacting the the patient the the customer experience in addition to the employee experience at the same time You know yours is an industry again. You are As deep as they come in this industry having been with three leaders now in it in with various areas of of focus. But i. i'm curious. Maybe you could talk a little bit about your vision in terms of your digital data technology's impact on the broader broader Business We talked about areas of focus for csl behring at the outset. The plasma for Also getting involved a little bit more in the coronavirus research. That's being done as well to talk about the the role you see Technology digital data playing in facilitating the broader mission of this organization. So number one. I think there's this component and try to not use words that can be abuse but we have an opportunity to think about automation a profoundly different way listens. Call it in automation. I've learned a lot about the privilege of serving the board of a company called puppet in what they do is automation but they automate the infrastructure. And i'm taking those learnings even as a board say wow. How can i think about automation. Even more broadly and so. I look at re component about value chain from research to release. If i use that as just a continuum there are components that we can automate today. So if you think about a plasma senate we have these clinics where. I don't want to trade secrets but were you go in and you check in the paper sometimes and you you're While all of that can be can be an automated. It's no different than when you check in to get on an airplane right you. You have your mobile app. I've got to make sure that we have an app factory where we can crank these things out. The other piece would be weekly data at every step of the workflow and to me. I want to take those breadcrumbs drop them into a factory the bill and take that data and people they never thought we could hear from data and that becomes the the richness of treating creating that that data information acts asset. That can actually give us real insights that we never had before. But i.

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"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"I'm gonna have a head of digital an it Digital strategy and innovation right because we need to have this external view what we create these innovation hubs internally and then i'm gonna put a transformation office at the top so that we can do all of these things and then there will be a head of. I'm not calling data insights. I'm calling colon information insights analysis because we are a data rich company number one. But i believe that we now need to take the data and extract information and get insects from the information. You often hear data driven insights. And i get that. I'm not trying to be new age. But i think what we want. Our company's information insects and so once again so we will have a clearly line of demarcation around that data piece around the digital piece in than running the traditional information technology piece. At of course they all come together you know under me and then s to be the partnering components of what we do as well but i think in order to make all of these things work together when i went with the business goes back to this notion that around coordination and not controlling. Because i don't wanna be the control as data but i would like to educate vocal opponents of governance own stewart super beta on the right meaning data at cetera. And i don't really care whether data comes from. But i can aggregate up at the network level in allow. The company has taken advantage of that data the digital piece. What you will not give me. A lot is is digital transformation. Because i believe that. That's important. But i think digital delivery as more quarter and i think if i didn't digital delivery right at the end of the year we can step back and say wow with these ten things that we did for the company were they transformation versus transformation as the union goyim point and we focus on that. Instead of delivery i think digital delivery has to be the name of the game for us very interesting mark mentioned earlier that you are in the grand scheme of things still relatively new very seasoned. It executive in the industry at places like Places like merck gilead sciences prior to your your current post But you've had a most unusual experience of on boarding almost entirely. Virtually and one of the things i've i've had a cement conversations advising some technology executives who are long In their roles who had years prior to the quarantine and at cautioning them that you know you need to recognize. You're going into quarantine with people who are already immersed in the culture who understand the mores of the organization and therefore you're gaining some advantage during these unusual times because of that shared nomenclature and culture. That was already there You need to recognize that if you're in the blessed position of adding staff those people don't have that and so you need to really sort of factor the way in which you think about things. It strikes me mark. You understand that Better than anyone because you're the leader. Who is in fact on board during these most unusual times and had to find ways proxies who immerse yourself in the culture. Get to know the team that you're responsible for your peers at cetera. Talk a bit about The methods that you have used to try at least to make up for The ability to have had in person meetings but even as importantly the meeting before or after the meeting the impromptu coffee the dinner etc What what methods of us please. So i will i tell you. I'll tell you what i miss. I miss the impromptu meetings at the coffee shop where you walk downstairs. And you grab a cup of coffee and you say hey people need to follow you around this thing. I haven't figured out a way to reimagine the drive-by Drop ahead in the zone. Where teams you know that being said my on boarding with my business has been very very seamless in that are things that they need from me their knowledge that need them. So we've been able to make this e media connection. I'm the new guy a new head of digital. They wanna know what i'm thinking so we can have these meetings. They're just rich and we just run out of time. Virtually because it's a meet and greet you know it's do. We know some of the same people but also hey mark. Here's what we need you at the company and once again i'm being new that means everybody's is transparent around the good the bad and the ugly so that is really really good as released to the business to partnering now as we shift to the staff. eat my organization e the technology organization for the company. This has been an interesting. Let's just call it a really good challenge in that. I'm learning everyone. Virtually yet in the past. I would have flown to germany and really had dinner after the meeting Being able to walk the halls and meet some of the people that may have been shot. Nb all hands and the company just sit as a. Hey how are you mark you doing. How's your family etcetera in that piece of missed and so i've got i'm still working through. How do i create that connected. This you know that way was nice though is that i've said to the teams. You're disturbing me number one. He mobile number. You can text me. You can jet with may be teams you can check would be email and let everyone know that may not respon- within a matter of minutes oil and hours it may take me a day or two but i will respond and.

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"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"mark hill" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"As businesses there accompanying strategies prior to csl bearing marquises senior vice president and chief information officer a gilead sciences. In this interview we discuss. Why mark decided to kick off his time cd. I oh the digital literacy campaign. The operating model is creating around digital data. It innovation in why digital delivery is more important than digital transformation. We discuss marks experience being on board. Virtually the six strategic pillars that will anchor his strategy going forward and how he thinks about data automation. Lastly discuss marks path to a corporate board his advice to others. Who wished you do the same. His take on social justice especially during these times of the pandemic and a variety of other topics mark hill. Welcome to technician. It's great to speak with you today. Going to be as well thank you. That's a it's a pleasure. Well mark a year. The chief digital information officer of csl behring. You've been there for less than a quarter now But maybe you can take a quick moment for those who are listening to this. Who may be less familiar with the company and give us a brief overview of csl. Behring's business would you do that. Please oh yes see. You're marrying the enterprise. We are a company that will hundred and five years old on based in australia with a laser focus on life sustaining treatments for many elements in the foundation of what we was plasma notice. I didn't say blood plasma said we actually take the plasma. That's you get all of us. And we actually use that. Plasma fractionation process protein that are in plasma to create life sustaining drugs for humans around the world where the largest aggregate data a plasma on the planet in addition to the plasma side of the house were also a player and maxine so we district about a third of the world's influenza vaccines for those who who may encounter the flu and we will be playing a role in the in the in the coronavirus vaccines era depending on which vaccines on proved that we have locations clearly around the world once again hit in australia very interesting and wanted to also ask you about your role you have. You been a chief information officer in the past year. Now as i mentioned titled as chief digital information officer. Talk about that. Role in your purview. Please yes and so number one. A key component of being a cdi. Oh is to ensure that you really have that they six of what we call information technology. So i think in order for us to do digital whale the foundation you know. It has to be there and those. Are the building blocks now the video. The digital component is that means. I also have the her view and the privilege to focus on. I won't use the word digital transformation. I'll use digital delivery and there's a data component to that i believe that digital delivery in the n. enables digital transformation and so for me would see us l. bearing. I'm looking at the end to end value chain whether it's the army side weather's the commercial side whether it's even within information technology to do intelligent automation but also we have a network that we hold manufacturing and we have lots of sites around the world and so one of the rose i play is how do we enable digital transformation even on the shop floor a good example with big cannot ensure that we can proactively help the shop floor to understand when a component is going to fail. It could be a component. That's critical for plasma fractionation or for including the vaccine in bio that will be shipped around the world and so it's such a unique role abeille Of course i know how to be a cio. And i'm learning how to be a cio. Clearly i can say that. The expectations are higher In one of the one of the things would run right now is understanding when we say digital digital transformation. What does it mean. and what i've learned. So far is that there were so many definitions and so i decided that we're i want to start is with the digital literacy campaign. And what do i do that. I'm going to do that so that i can insure that out of the gate. We all on the page with a common vocabulary nomenclature so when we say digital digital transformation digital to liberate. We're all speaking the same language so that i'm not talking over someone or at someone in the same thing with me. And so. I have this role peter of really sitting down and putting in place a strategy that will enable the other strategies that have already been the villa as it relates to the digital components of those strategies. And so i'm so excited about that particular piece in the same town. I've got to deliver the information. Technology strategy for the traditional component of the house and the data strategy for the company as. Well so we're gonna take it data and digital in capsulated capsulated under the umbrella in begin to tell a story and to begin to light up opportunities for the company. But the other piece. I need to add around. This is that there are digital opportunities that i've found that are going on at the company but they are not being amplify at were highlighted. So good example would be on the team of the they are doing. Kpi's for yield improvement within you know plasma area and i said wow. This is actually a pretty cool. Aren't we wanted to tell you balancing. Why aren't we amplifying that up to the highest level so that we can begin to show. These quick wins in. Part of my job is not to control. But the coordinate you'd these activities that are actually in-flight in the company and begin to show these quick wins and i believe the team was really surprised. That nearly technologies saying you don't want to control you. Want to coordinate. That's been a big hit you know support with the constituents that i'm within the company very interesting and it also interesting. This consolidation of the traditional it aspects of the role the digital aspects of the role the data aspects of the role. There the. you're well aware there's some companies were those are divided among multiple executives. Frankly i often feel like When that happens you are building a recipe for Potential politics or at least stepping on each other's of so much that rhymes between the the mandates a different organizations of these kinds. Maybe it'd be interested in your in your perspective on in terms of how you think about the teams underneath each of those. Do you have many people who are hybrids across those are they. Three distinct teams marks is that setup. That's excellent question and you and i. We promptly need to do another. Follow up in ninety days because as we speak as we speak right now actually creating what i will call my upbringing model as well as my work designed for the cooperation. And i can walk you through a high level. You know how. I'm thinking about that so for me and i think this is such an excellent question. You just raised because remain. I'm thinking about it. In the following categories outta there has to be this component that i call digital experiences because that's missing from the organization Today if that makes sense and and and also just really piggyback on your question even more today. i haven't traditional t function that's called digital technologies yet. The focus is not digital if that makes sense to so i'm gonna have now in my new structure Let's say he had a digital experiences..

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"mark hill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"mark hill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Back into the UK health care Mark Stoops show as the Wildcats get set to take on the Alabama Crimson tide this weekend, but we'll start by looking back the 38 35 win over the Vanderbilt Commodores on Very emotional day for the UK football program with the passing of offensive line coach John Florman and coach Mark Stoops moves in alongside will start with the memorial service in which you and and other spoke today and I think a lot of fans probably got to see it on the stream on Facebook or on the UK Twitter feed, but it was very nice service. Yeah, it was really nice service thought it was really well done. You know, we're blessed to have Aaron Hogue RFC. A director's very close to myself or staff is very close to John and Lee. And so, um, you know that it was really good. For him. They put that together. I thought Mitch Barnhart to no surprise does a wonderful job goes above and beyond for the family, saying, um, you know, really putting that together really putting on a first class event. With Mark Hill and Mitch and just all the UK people again. It doesn't surprise me for Mitch to go above and beyond to try to do the very best, and I thought it was really well done. I think it's important. You know, I was part of the healing process that they for Leanne and for the kids. To see how much love and appreciation people have for John is big blue wall. Guys came up and then stood behind you if you were talking, and then they each stepped up and spoke something just from the heart, which those of the always the most powerful things. Absolutely. Those guys air are such good people. You know, some of them been around John for so long or so close to him. Um, you know, it's really good connection there, and that was evident by their words. And I think it meant a lot to Leanne. And then the boys and level in to see you know what John meant to those kids will get to those questions a little later to go ahead and jump on board. With those now you you shift back into football mode, but we'll talk about looking ahead here in in a bit, But let's just talk about looking back when By this time you watched the tape. What were some of your takeaways when you're ever reviewed the win over Vandy? Well, I was really pleased with the improvement offensively, really felt like the during the bye week. We went back and looked at ourselves and look at the looked at camp and All the reps we had invested in what we're best at kind of got narrowed. Something's down clean. Something's up went out were much for more efficient. Offensively. We threw the ball. More effectively. You know, we're good in the run game, really their explosive all day Because I mentioned the press conference. I felt like had we played a little better defense. The offense and numbers would have been even higher because we had So many yards on 55 plays, so we're very explosive offensively, which was good to see. But that was you know, we were able to be that way because we're about to make the routine place look routine. You know, we're just throwing and catching and doing the basics and so That was good to see. And defensively we just had our spots. You know, we had our moments where we did some good things, but overall wasn't very pleased with the overall performance. Defensively. We get a couple things about the offense. I thought Terry. And maybe this is a result of the open week and have an extra timeto work on some things outside of a game plan. I thought he was very decisive in his throws. Got the ball out quickly made decisions quickly, and I thought his pocket presence was not was good. Yeah, I agree. I think all the above with that, you know, he just looked very comfortable out there in hey, was very decisive. He made very good reads. Made good throws, You know, really early in the other games in bounce, you know, upto least we took him out were up 17 the one throw that stood out in the first half. He was only had one incompletion. And really that one was close. You know, maybe just under threw him a couple yards, but touch number. Yeah, but overall did some very good things. And I thought We pulled the ball down and he ran. He was also very decisive there and really put it, you know, made some good yards and you looked extremely fast and it was tough to bring down and Had some explosive runs. That really helped us as well before a guy with your background, the defensive side of the ball when the defense doesn't play well, I'm sure it knows that you even more. What did you see? In terms of come? I've had a long day. All right, let's just don't wanna go there. Let's just stay away from there. Okay? For right now, I'm sure we'll get some calls, but I just had a long day. Well, let's just talk about pleasant things for At least the next 38 seconds until we go to the first break. Well, rather than me ask you about Alabama. We'll just go to the break and we'll be right back. You're listening to the UK health care Mark Stoops show going jump on board with your questions via Twitter Facebook text or on the Clark's puppet shop phone line. It will be right back here on the UK Sports network. Hey, you.

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"mark hill" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"mark hill" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Looking outside for a walk yeah no problem for the next day or two three four hours a day after about two o'clock that's one million snow rain chances begin to ramp up just the first of what's going to be up for storm systems this week for us here in Chicago unfortunately none of them are going to be bigger major systems that will be fast moving they'll be in and out in about twelve hours each of them it looks like for the most part and they're going to cause to much in the way of damage here for us here in Chicago so the first one arrived this afternoon into tonight and it looks like it's gonna be cold enough for some snow but now might have a tough time sticking because of the fact temperatures will be a bit above the freezing mark hill in the snow began mixing with rain at times so that'll hold down any cupellation being color looking at about one to two inches of slushy accumulation of the preset beginning around at three four five o'clock in the continuing throughout the night tonight but ending before tomorrow morning the second system rolled in on Tuesday night the third one on Thursday and the fourth one on Saturday but each of those looks like the big schools will be a rain event so this is the only worry we have a snow and they're probably the best news of all being as warmer temperatures as the week wears off did I hear correctly that we could hit sixty degrees this week yeah we've got a shot at sixty there's a couple of days you might have a shot at a Wednesday and also again on Saturday so we're gonna trade you know yesterday was the coldest day of the I'll be a month to date easily by far away we only have thirty four yesterday for high that's the first day we got a high in the thirties today will be the second day expecting a high of thirty eight this model be up to forty two and then forty nine on Tuesday and then it looks like fifty or better for the rest of the week Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday so the trend is definitely toward a warmer pattern of the cold Canadian air is retreating back north into Canada and no sign of it come back in full force anytime over the next ten days so make it a little shot on Sunday but overall once we get past this little cold spurt we've been dealing with for the past couple of days we're talking you know forties fifties and then maybe even a few sixties on there over the next ten days not that anybody really is doing any travel per se right but are there any trouble spots around the country right now no nothing major as I mentioned the only saw the storm systems right now are are fairly weak they're not all that intense then there might be some severe weather severe thunderstorms in the southern plains later on today so from the eastern Texas perhaps into Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana down in that area Raffi stern Oklahoma since you last longer thunderstorms but nothing nothing too major looks like for us in a little bit of rain or snow out in the in the western U. S. to which is you know a little bit unusual for those folks but yet nothing nothing major I think it's going to slow down air travel or really anything on the ground over the next the next several days very good Mike you stay safe out there be careful and we'll talk to you soon thank you including thanks a lot there's meteorologist Mike Cameron with us this morning in a moment remembering Kenny Rogers next on WGN wow how things can change from one week to the next Hey hope everybody out there is staying healthy I know everything is super crazy we feel disoriented by the culvert nineteen virus it's more important than ever to stay connected and check in with your loved ones.

"mark hill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mark hill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hi mark hill here with today's energy store look when it comes to solar energy you have lots of choices that's the fax sent her right today's energy store has the best solar panels we treat every customer with the utmost respect and offer fair honest pricing right up front No sales gimmicks nobody switch no pushy salespeople the other guys you keep doing that today's interview store you get honest answers and the most efficient solar panels in the industry give us a call at seven oh two five five eight fifteen hundred that's seven oh two five five eight fifteen hundred the man better solar it's the Medicare advantage and prescription drug annual election period or eighty P. it's that time of year when people with Medicare review their health insurance choices and can choose to enroll in a Medicare advantage or prescription drug plan for the coming year plans can change every year so if you're already a Medicare advantage plan member be sure to check humana has several plan options in your area most humana Medicare advantage plans offer extra coverage and services like vision hearing and dental benefits health and wellness program virtual tele health and prescription drug benefits consider a humana Medicare advantage plan today if you have questions about a twenty twenty humana Medicare advantage options stop by humana neighborhood center located in Henderson Summerlin and north Las Vegas Monday through Friday from nine AM to four PM or call seven oh two eight three seven four four oh one PT one is available to speak to a license insurance agent the lady AT P. runs through December seventh only well and Laura Dern one separation kit are you happy to see me again today is free on NBC for tonight news for Steve Johnson opens up about a very personal health battle he can manage you can live with our can be extremely debilitating his candid conversation with during kensler on M. S. I've got a part in order to help others.

"mark hill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mark hill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hi mark hill here with today's energy store look when it comes to solar energy you have lots of choices that's the fax sent her by today's energy store has the best solar panels we treat every customer with the utmost respect and offer fair honest pricing right up front No sales gimmicks nobody switch no pushy salespeople the other guys you keep doing that today's interview store you get honest answers and the most efficient solar panels in the industry give us a call at seven oh two five five eight fifteen hundred that seven oh two five five eight fifteen hundred command better solar hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans America's largest mortgage lender I've got great news mortgage interest rates have dropped so if you're thinking about buying a home right now is the time to lock that low rate even before you find the home of your dreams with our exclusive rate shield approval the low rate you lack today is protected for up to ninety days while you shop for your new home with a racial approval if rates go up your low rate stays locked but if rates go down you get that new even lower rate either way you win talk to us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com to take advantage here's another great reason to work with us for a record nine years in a row JD power his right quicken loans highest in the nation in customer satisfaction for primary mortgage origination again to lock in today's low mortgage interest rate and get the security of our exclusive rate shield approval call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com pretty power what information visit JD power dot com racial approval only balance certain thirty year fixed rate loans call for cost information condition equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states animals number thirty thirty most people don't spend much time thinking about their water heater luckily the home depot does with an exclusive line up of re water heaters the best name in the business there's a lot to think about like we've gas electric tankless even wifi enabled models that can monitor leaks and adjust settings while you're away what do you think about that today's the day for doing and upgrading to a re water heater exclusively at the home depot more saving more doing she's.

"mark hill" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mark hill" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is Fox News. Newsradio KLBJ on John Cooley. This news, a service of movie house and eatery. The city of Austin will vote this week on an eight point six million dollar purchase of property on Ben white Frei New South Austin, homeless shelter, pester, Mark hill. Blink with the sunrise community church has worked with the homeless for years and calls it a good first step. But. Really get us anywhere close to total sheltering solution. In fact, moves incrementally, because we're also at the same time, reducing the number of beds at the arch downtown, the shelter will serve no more than one hundred people at a time. Building says that won't be much more than a drop in the bucket for the foulland's of people needing shelter. Us city council will also take the matter of adding around four hundred lakefront area homes to the tax roll councilmember Kathy Tova supports taxing, the home saying the city has excluded these property owners from paying their fair share, and that needs to be addressed. I know that my constituents around the city are struggling to pay their property taxes as values have increased that's become an increased burden for Austin residents, and we have a legal obligation to make sure that we treat all property owners equally. So we'll says the council will have a chance to look into police response and coverage in the area as for city water and energy services. She says the homeowners will pay those only if they use them, Elizabeth EVA's NewsRadio, kale BJ, the city of Austin appears. To be very serious about a series of new high capacity. Mass transit lines, one of which known as the orange line would run from north Austin to south Dave count. With capital metro says species very limited through downtown. So it's possible this line could run underground in certain areas, you then taking into account things that are vertical circulation elevators, escalators emergency egress things of that nature.

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"mark hill" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:42 min | 3 years ago

"mark hill" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"South Austin, the price tag will not exceed eight point six million dollars. Eleven twelve west Ben white boulevard is the location. That's just across been wide boulevard from the Saint David south Austin hospital complex, well that fulfills one of their requirements. They wanted it close to medical facilities. They also wanted it close to public transportation. I would think that there's plenty of that in that area. Yes. Yes. And the city says this will not be like the arch downtown. This will be different concept think of the arches more of a situation where people get a room or a bed for a night. And then the next night, there's a lot of turnover you may have a different group of people in there. This is kind of a more long term type of housing, so they get counseling help from people and then move on to more permanent housing. And they say there won't be any loitering allowed around this center, and it should be up and running by the end of this year at that current office building, which was built in one thousand nine hundred eighty two right there on Ben white boulevard. Yeah, they're looking to let it house about one hundred beds, which, again, is Mark just said, would be more of a long term thing instead of just one night or two nights or we have a guest with us to talk about this. He is a pastor in south Austin. Who is the pastor of sunrise community church, right there at Manchester? Just south of Ben white Mark kill blink is with us on the Mark and Melinda show, pastor, good morning. How you doing today? Good morning, Mark. Hey doing just fine. You are involved in this issue. In south Austin, what do you think about this concept that the city is planning to roll out right there on Ben white boulevard, a new homeless center? Yeah. I think it's a good move from broad scheme as the as the city's homeless population has grown, certainly we've outgrown our capacity, for shelter amongst all the different places that can't shelter people in the city, this doesn't really get us anywhere close to a total sheltering solution. In fact, it will make moves incrementally because we're also at the same time reducing the number of beds that the arch downtown, but I think keeping it as a housing has a housing focus. Shelter is a good move trying to bring integration into the way that, that homeless treated is a good move. But, but I think there's still, you know, probably there's probably not going to be more than a drop in the bucket for most people who, who have issues with homelessness, either from humanitarian direction, or just from not wanting to see them around. Yeah. We saw the thousand seventeen data showed about seventy five hundred individuals temporarily. Homeless throughout that year. And then you think that this is only going to house a hundred individuals. You're right. It is just a drop in the bucket. Yeah. When you think about the cost per person of what that's going to cost the city, two houses hundred people you start to really get picture of, how difficult of a crisis, we're looking at, and I think it points to the fact that we need a more comprehensive solution from the top, that's, that's more that it's more than just a solution for hundred people, but we need something that's much more integrated the citywide and, and robust than than what we currently have, or even what's being proposed some of the camps that now exist under the overpasses on been wide and other locations have been drawing, more and more. Attention, have you visited some of those camps and talked with people who were living there? Yeah. Absolutely. We do a lot of work all over the city. But this is our primary area. And so, yeah, we know most of the folks that are down there, some of those folks are people that, are, you know, trying really hard to get together and they're very short term. There's other people that have been there for a very long period of time and, and some of them who wants to get services and some of them who just kind of wanna stay where they are. And I think it's not clear from this proposal is how people are going to get selected for this. So I, I think it would be presumptuous to say that, that this particular shelter will help reduce the number of people in this particular area. It'll be interesting to see how much in criteria works. We're talking live with pastor Mark hillbilly of the sunrise community church about to the city of Austin, which is on its way to buying. What is now an office building on Ben white boulevard and converting that into a shelter for the homeless in Southall's Austin, they hope to have that finish by. The end of this year. So you have met people who are homeless now and they've indicated they would probably move into some kind of his civility were to be available. You know, I think the majority of homeless people would move into a facility as long as it worked out for them. I think there's multiple issues with the shelters that currently the especially with the arch one is that obviously there's not enough room for everybody. But the other issue is that because of the kind of crowd that it attracts anytime you've got shelter. You've got hangers-on m people who kind of move with the network that you've also got a lot of drug traffic from people who are trying to take advantage of, of people who are in that situation. And you've got also a lot of other peripheral things that are part of part of being being part of a homeless community coming out of a place where you've been in trauma, situation, which was homelessness is. And when you're coming out of that, I think there's a lot of issues that not only causes for, for residents, but also called issues for other homeless people. And so a lot of the reason that people are in the periphery of the city is. Because they don't want to deal with the trappings of the downtown homeless population, whether it's because of violence or drug use, or whatever that that's happening downtown for them. They would rather be more industrious and be out in a in an area where it's less populated in the and they have better access to resources well, in this says that they're going to try to have no camping or congregating outside, you have any idea how they would go about implementing that to make sure that this doesn't become another arch situation. Yeah. I think I think the, the logic that they would probably say to that same logic. They're using to kind of redo the arch as, as we're speaking. The change at the arches as we are going to be that they're only going to be serving people who are staying inside. And the theory is that if you stopped using your facility and shelter and day resource center than the day resource center crowd, people were kind of, you know, leave and the theory here would be that there's never going to be at the resource center as part of this operator day, resource centers are oftentimes, the places where you see congregation for people who are coming in just for daily services. And so if you can keep people in five acidity, great, one of the reality is when you're working with people who are who are in the situation, or people who are coming into recovery as you a lot of people who smoke and so no matter what your shelter is, if you don't have a place to kind of let people outside that the smoke and kind of move around the city, I think you'll. I think it'll, it'll not work, and so they're probably going to have to create a situation where people can move around people can go outside and smoke, and that's probably where you're gonna have your greatest opportunity for, for them, interacting with a with a kind of a network of people outside of the shelter and whether or not, they can keep security at that places is kind of, you know, a question that remains to be answered. All right. So pastor, it sounds as though you see this as a small, but overall very positive step in dealing with this issue here in Austin. Do I think it's a good thing. I think it's probably moving in the right direction. Anytime you can integrate all the different pieces that people need to get off the streets. That's the best solution because you treat the whole person and not just one aspect of their of the situation. But again, it's, it's a very small part of, of what is needed in Austin, which is a comprehensive solution that provides integrated care to homeless, and also addresses, the housing crisis that actually underlies, the whole homeless crisis that we're doing. All right, pastor, thank you so much. We appreciate your joining us. And we may touch back with you later on for an update on this. Thank you so much. Thank you guys. Have a great that. All right. You too. That's pastor. Mark hill. Blink. He's the pastor of sunrise community church in south Austin on Manchester just south of Ben white boulevard. The council is scheduled to vote this Thursday to approve the money, eight point six million dollars to buy what is now a commercial office building at eleven twelve west Ben white boulevard and turn that into a center for the homeless. Let's talk about that. Let's talk about the money here for a second eight point six million to buy, the Bill the building, and then they're also saying it maybe cost about two point three million annually, just to maintain it. And then you talk about it's only going to house a hundred. When we have about seventy five hundred on the streets. Yes. I think a lot of people would go. That's a lot of money for one hundred people that's barely going to make a dent. Granted I you gotta start somewhere, right? Yeah. So, so it's a good start. But again when you look at the money there, you're talking about over ten million dollars right up here front first year and for the money for one hundred individuals. Big number. I grant you that it is a big number the appraisal district of values that building right now at roughly three million dollars, so they maybe they won't spend the whole eight point six million to get it. But or they might say, but it's our city council. And they showed in so that they can ensure they haven't this, and the, the number they're using for the annual cost to keep it running does sound high as well. A two point six million dollars a year just for operation and maintenance that sounds high to me. You're thinking about one hundred individuals. Yes, you do the math that, that is quite a bit of money per person. However, I am willing to say, let's give it a try because we have a rapidly growing issue in south Austin with these camps under the overpasses, and they do need to take action. Some of these people want to get off the streets. They would like to have a place to go. So I'm willing to give the city, the nod to try something go forward and see if this is a positive step for south Austin. I don't mind them going forward. I just wished when you're looking at this type of amount of money that it was going to help more individuals. It was going to put more of a dent more like two fifty five hundred. I know the amount of space, you're talking within double triple. And so, so would probably. The cost. But I would like to see go even further if you're going to do something, let's dive in and do it and see if it gets the response that you're looking for. And if so then, you know you can move forward with other centers like this. You want him to go big five hundred thousand. Yeah. Vegas, john. They say all right. I think part of the equation is the, the city is feeling a sense of urgency. There've been a lot of complaints about these homeless camps. And people are saying, do something, and that, that's a legitimate plea for help from south Austin, so they take gypsy here and they're just trying to get something purchased and up and running remember, they were initially looking for vacant land, where they could set up some kind of a tent shelter camping shelter, and they said, no that that's just not going to be possible. So now they're saying let's build an existing by an existing building and converted. All right. Here are the numbers. We want to hear from you at five one two eight three six zero five ninety can call you can text us with your thoughts. Details are limited so far. We're sharing everything we know with you. Yeah. And I know people have a lot of questions, a, you know, one of those in, he addressed it a little.

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Cowboys contract rumors: Amari Cooper has shockingly high demands, Dak Prescott likely to join exclusive club

The Dan Patrick Show

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Cowboys contract rumors: Amari Cooper has shockingly high demands, Dak Prescott likely to join exclusive club

"Dallas Cowboys are reportedly working towards a contract extension with Dak Prescott that would approach thirty million dollars annually Clarence hill. Junior of the Fort Worth star telegram reported. The update Tuesday noted the Cowboys have made more progress towards a new deal with Prescott than wide receiver more. Cooper whose demands have been shockingly high that in quotation marks hill also noted the Cowboys seem to be nonplussed about making Prescott the highest paid player in franchise history.

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"mark hill" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"mark hill" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He's gone Jerry Evans, the new guy house the shoulder. Well, it's doing better. I gotta go back and see the surgeon, and hopefully, oh, give me a clean Bill of health and starts in physical therapy. So then I won't have to undergo surgery Jerry broke his collarbone clavicle. How long's it been now? It'll be six weeks coming next Tuesday. Okay. So they told you initially what six to eight weeks. I said six weeks before the bone starts to heal. Oh my gosh. Something medically never were aware of. And so hopefully, it'll be in in good shape after three weeks. I was right on track. Now the next three weeks. Don't know. Hey, I want you to turn around look at that blue sky. Yes. It is absolutely gorgeous here in Colorado Springs, everyone, I know people listening. Around the country and around the world. But it is a marvelous out here the lake that they have here at the five star Broadmoor resort is just unbelievably beautiful as is the sky. It's a gorgeous day. And boy, it'd be nice if we didn't have it so cold actually, go out and play golf, even though I couldn't the only problem is. It's about nineteen degrees. Blue sky. That's what your car said. Nineteen degrees coming in this morning. So there's probably not going to be a lot of golf played here today. No coming up on the show later in the hour. Steve tribute will be back with a spin a couple of years since we last talked to Steve he's living down at the villages just outside of Orlando Florida, and he's the sports editor of the newspaper there the villages the daily sun. And they've got a big event going on this weekend thirteenth year in a row. They are holding what they call the Gulf festival, and he's going to tell us about that big fun weekend going on down there. And we're trying to track down Mark hill with the United States Gump association. He's the managing director of championships in earlier this week the US Jay made a big announcement that had Colorado Springs in the middle of that big announcement he's gonna hopefully join us to tell us more about that bigger. Been an interesting week in the world of golf with really has a lot of things making headlines in the two. Probably the two biggest headlines this week in golf have been one. Good one in one not so good one. Good one. Phil Mickelson last week at age forty eight one his I think is forty eighth PGA tour event Pebble Beach one way. To celebrate his age. I think is the way it was. Yeah. You think about it? And what an amazing accomplishment, and there's a lot of golf fans. I know that couldn't be more happier that Phil is back in the winner's circle. And and certainly you have to look at him as a contender now for a major championship even at forty eight. You're right. I think he always is considered a possibility even though he's not maybe playing quite as well this week. But overall, you take fill and you just throw him into the mix, and he seems to rise to the occasion on several different points. And you know, Tigers kind of in the hunt this week and everything like that. And everybody always talks about tiger, and Phil and all the great rivalry that they've had over the years. But you know, I it's nice because I think overall you'd have to say that Phil is probably the fans favourite no matter where he goes. I think he's the modern day equivalent of Arnold Palmer. He really he's not to the level that Arno. But if there is anybody on the PGA tour Enin golf in olive golf fans relate to like they did to Arnie in. And he relates back to the fans. It would be Phil Mickelson well in a roundabout way. If you really think about the test of time where when Arnie was so popular lot of people, even though Jack nNcholas probably went on to have a better career, some people viewed him as slightly like the villain. And if you think about that, that's kind of the way they view fill in. Tiger is Phil is the nice guy. He's got the army and all the people cheering for him and Tigers kind of the villain. Even though a lot of people want to go out, and they wanna see Tiger Woods play. Just because he's been so accomplished. And then so many great things in golf, but they still look upon in that capacity that he might be. The villain and fill and army, and of course, in jacket being the villain. They've always been looked upon as the good guy and one thing about Arnold Palmer is he never won anything at the age of forty eight. No, he didn't. He I think his last tournament win came in nineteen seventy three he would have been like forty three. I think at the time of forty four years old, but Phil winning at forty eight. And it makes you and the by the way, the US open is going to be at Pebble Beach in four months. So that's kind of an interesting sidebar to the win last week to we ought to be familiar with it. But it makes you think about the the champion's tour little bit or the tour champions now right for fifty and over and here's Phil knocking on the door of fifty but still not just competitive on the regular tour but winning on the regular tour. And I think it it kinda also opens the door for not only a guy like, Phil. But a lot of guys who are now in their early forties. Mid forties. Late forties who are gonna be like Phil and very competitive when they get close to fifty and maybe the tour champions in a few years might rethink and move their their age guideline up to maybe like fifty two in order to join the champion's tour and guys will start playing the PGA tour longer. Yeah. That that could be a possibility. I'm not sure if they're going to be akin to doing that because it kind of unfair to those guys who are up and coming in that age bracket, just because everybody. Got to start in age fifteen. 'cause you take somebody like Bernard Langer. Great job know. He's on the other end of the spectrum where he's sixteen hour pushing sixty it'd be this year he won last week to look at him. And you say, well, okay. But overall, I'd I'd say that the senior tour is is probably going to be elevated a lot certainly it's going to be elevated when when Phil gets to be that age, but overall they're still doing fine. And if you look at the regular PGA tour, you got all these young bucks that are out there that are just hitting the ball like unbelievable amounts. And I think if you look back on it, the reason that the tiger was so successful was the fact that he could out Dr everybody, you know, and then he was able to hit those beautiful shots. And and he's always been a great putter. But if you look at it now tiger cat out drive. These guys I mean Rory's out there and Dustin. Brooks cap gun. These guys can really bomb the ball. And that's what's keeping it in a situation where it's tough for tiger. And Phil and all these guys that are that are advancing in age. They just can't keep up because they can't hit the ball that far and the other story there's been dominating the golf headlines this week. Sadly, I might say is Matt Kuchar dipping his caddy came to light that when he gave him a tip. Yeah. They're doing any one back in Mexico. I think it was late summer early fall last year. He had he didn't use his regular caddie. He got a local guy to caddy for him cooter won that event. Pocketed nearly one point three million dollars and tipped the caddy who helped him win five grand. Yeah. You look catching holy hell for it. And he should he probably. Yeah. I agree with you. You know what? I mean, the basically the standard is if somebody wins, you know, they're gonna or even overall they're going to give their caddy ten percent. And I know this wasn't his regular caddy. So he's sitting there saying why do I have to give this guy ten percent? But you know, the guy obviously was out. There was a help because he wouldn't have won the tournament without the caddy's advice, and that's true for any pro golfer. They rely on their caddies to give them that solid advice that they need in order to go on and get into the winners circle. When you think about one point three million and give somebody a five thousand dollar tip overall. What is that like point zero three point three point zero three eight percent? Yes. I mean for him to do that he probably should be ashamed. Now hearing that he's probably going to settle in. They're gonna give him an additional fifty thousand dollars, which is really nice a nice chunk of change you, and I would certainly shake heck, and I'd be thrilled to get that kind of money. But you know, when you look at it from the standard of what a is supposed to be receiving abnormal tip would have been about one hundred thirty grand. Yeah. That's exactly right. You know? And so he did stiff the guy, and there's no doubt about it. And you know, Matt Kuchar and ladder specs should be ashamed that he did that. Because I just remember personally, I went out to dinner last night and had a Bill that was close to one hundred dollars leaving him well over twenty percent tip. So you look that from the percent of what I gave for dinner, and what he have should have maybe given to been in a similar realm as I was he would have been given two hundred and sixty thousand.

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