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Strict Security Measures In Place In Washington DC Ahead Of Inauguration Day

AP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Strict Security Measures In Place In Washington DC Ahead Of Inauguration Day

"Will be pretty much locked down for Biden's inauguration. It's usually a festive event here in DC Americans arriving from all over and cramming the National Mall this year will be significantly different Police chief Robert Conti. The third city is essentially locked down. I made what the Secret Service is. Matt Miller calls a very concerning chatter online after the Capitol riot. We cannot allow a recurrence. Of the chaos in illegal activity. There will be roughly five times as many national Guard members here in D. C. As there are U. S troops in Iraq and Afghanistan combined, Most of the national mall is closed and the inauguration ceremony itself will be smaller than usual. That disappoints House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Obviously, we're excited about nominating a new president of the United States. But, she says, What will not be different is the oath. Joe Biden takes Soccer Megane Washington I'm

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National Mall closed to public ahead of Biden inauguration

AP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 2 d ago

National Mall closed to public ahead of Biden inauguration

"Washington D. C will be close to shut down for Biden's inauguration because of last week's attack on the Capitol. AP Soccer Mahogany With more It's usually a festive event here in D. C. Americans arriving from all over and cramming the National Mall this year will be significantly different police chief Robert Conti. The third city is a sense We locked down. I made what the Secret Service is. Matt Miller calls a very concerning chatter online after the Capitol riot. We cannot allow a recurrence of the chaos in illegal activity. There will be roughly five times as many National Guard members here in D. C. As there are U. S troops in Iraq and Afghanistan combined, Most of the national mall is closed and the inauguration ceremony itself will be smaller than usual. That disappoints House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Obviously, we're excited about nominating a new president of the United States. But she says What will not be different is the oath. Joe Biden takes this is AP News.

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Washington prepares for inauguration amid threats

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

Washington prepares for inauguration amid threats

"The nation's capital is nervously preparing for next week's inauguration amid heightened security fears it's usually a festive event here in DC Americans arriving from all over and cramming the national mall this year it will be significantly different police chief Robert Conti the third city is essentially locked down amid what the secret service's Matt Miller recalls a very concerning chatter online after the capital right we cannot allow a recurrence of the chaos in illegal activity there will be roughly five times as many National Guard members here in DC as there are you S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan combined most of the national mall was closed and the inauguration ceremony itself will be smaller than usual that disappoints house speaker Nancy Pelosi obviously we're excited about nominating a new president of the United States but she says what will not be different is the Joe Biden takes Sager made ani Washington

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"matt miller" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

06:32 min | Last month

"matt miller" Discussed on Bad Science

"Are much bigger factors fund. Cool okay well. we have. Climate change locked. That things lockdown. Yeah it's no problem anymore. And i also was reading that. You are a hunter. That's something i've never done. I don't know if you are an avid hunter lindsay. But in my fridge one thing for the cottage cheese back there. I don't know i like goddess news. What are you hunting matthew. Well i have been a turkey hunter. That's why initially became interested in them as a youngster. So kind of lead may on this path of learning all. I could about a cool coming on this. Podcast watching this movie talking about it. It's like a destiny fulfilled. It really is a love this movie and arty natural history do not really gye. That's a great segue matthew. I had never heard of this movie before. Like i said it's called free. birds own. Wilson is the voice of the main character. Woody harrelson is like his best friend. Amy poehler is a female turkey that they meet and owen wilson falls in love with. I was a bit confused. I gotta be honest. Bit confused by this movie in many respects. You but let me get your guys. Take on lindsey. I assume this was the first time you saw this movie. Is that right. Oh yeah and let a ride. You know that movie has everything. Time travel violence talking turkeys problematic holidays like i said intolerance hispanic turkeys and then of course rav romance. You know all of that the real big on this adventure but yes confused. Also did i enjoy it. Still not sure yeah. I kind of felt the same. I asked if i enjoyed it after one was like. I'm not sure. I'll get back to you like there. Were some very good bits. Lot of some very good joke writing execution but overall as like a story in film. I just you're like ooh who decided to greenlight. This did seem pretty wacko but sure it's easy to get through if you guys want to watch thanksgiving movie. There's not many out there. And honestly after watching this i get it i get why there. Isn't that many thanksgiving movies out there. I started to do again my minimal research that i normally do on the origins of thanksgiving and i was like. Oh that's why we don't make thanksgiving movies because this is a holiday based in really troublesome war yet. So i mean i love to eat. I love thanksgiving. I love the idea that we've been sold about thanksgiving. But if you know anyone or care about anyone who is directly affected by the lineage of this holiday. It's awful yeah. I really think that we should just go ahead. Kind of like how we did columbus day. It's like almost. I don't wanna say it's nationwide because i don't know that for sure but i know certain states have like renamed it to indigenous peoples day. Can't we just go. This is the big one we can but the problem is is that people are so stubborn and intolerant that they get so freaked out about naming. You know people love traditions. M people find such security traditions. But i think that this year has definitely shown us that we have to like be more tolerant restructure and rethink. Nfl name has to go or even. If you don't want to do it on. I don't know i just think has to be restructured. It has to be changed. We have to be okay with that because we're not losing anything. You could still do a dinner anything. But it's a different conversation that people have but it's just seems to be so tough for I'm probably gonna get a lot of hate. You can always cut this out. I guess it'd be media. But i feel like a lot of white people. It's very difficult to give up something like this. But there's always christmas you have christmas. You got plenty of christmas to go round eastern. Got your easter. Yeah and why not have a regret day as jews we. We have a regret day russia. And you were right. You reflect and it's an incredible to have a holiday 'cause we eat we feast we are all together and to have a holiday where you sit and reflect and then eat and celebrate. It's it's a wonderful tradition and so if people could wrap their minds around kind of the conversation what day is about. It would definitely be a wonderful thing. Yeah second that hardcore. I can tell by matthew silence that he's like you guys thanksgiving rules wall pinault ag. Indians deserved it. Right man you know. I mean like many things. The story of thanksgiving was kind of you'll retrofitting a meth. The fit holiday. That was going to happen anyhow. So that original myth doesn't seem necessary. I mean it was started. By abraham lincoln. It wasn't a continuous line from the sixteen. Hundreds about the whole thing is founded on a meth anyhow. So let's just focus on the important part of family and friends getting giga author to eat. Just call it family day. Yeah you know. And then maybe have a different day of regret for america because there's so much to regret at least have one day that's like here's all the things that you can talk about that we screwed up also like being grateful and like thinking about all the things you're grateful for is so important again now this year more than ever you know just even for the little things like getting up and being healthy that day you know having everybody in your spear healthy that day or being able to just even now like over your head or a bed you can sleep on or you know i i have been transient for the last couple months. I still have my place in los angeles but you know my family was really concerned me to come back to canada. And i've been in not my most comfortable setting but every day. I'm like so grateful that i have a house to be in an at bed to sleep in a lot of people. Don't have that right now so to have a day. That would bring everybody together to think about that stuff. It's like it's a really important in wonderful concept of thousand percent with you huge on gratitude. I try to go through relist in my head every night before. I go to sleep when i'm lying in bed of just these are the things that i'm grateful for. I love having a holiday based around it. I think that's super smart but to lie about the origin of it and to have kids decorate stuff and it seems like what are you doing..

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Bob Uecker's memories of Johnny Carson

The Steve Czaban Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Bob Uecker's memories of Johnny Carson

"Conan o'brien is ending his late night. Talk show career. After what six years later. Yes that is correct. He put it out in a tweet. So create if he said in nineteen ninety-three johnny carson gave me the best advice of my career as soon as possible. Get to a streaming platform thrilled that i continue doing. Whatever the hell it is. I do on hbo. Max and i look forward to a free subscription. He will have some type of sketch comedy show on. Hbo max but his late night tv talk show hosting duties will be done in twenty twenty. Conan is brilliant. And we talk more about this. With matt miller to me conan really opened my eyes big time about the tv business and just pretty much anything in show business. That being good is not necessarily the end all be all because when he got the job for the tonight show. After jay leno retired yet he lasted one year then. They bounced him not because he wasn't the same funny creative subversive self. He was in the later time slot. It's just the average. American dummy the ethel and the jerry that live in the you know fly country which we are no offense to us and jerry care. They didn't they didn't care care for his style humor. They wanted something more bland. They wanted more comedic or or or they want right. They want jay leno. jay leno was safe. Jalen was familiar at so he got such a raw deal. But dammit conan is funny as hell kudos to you my friend

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Paris Under Curfew: Europe Reacts As Countries See Highest-Ever Coronavirus Numbers

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:49 min | 3 months ago

Paris Under Curfew: Europe Reacts As Countries See Highest-Ever Coronavirus Numbers

"In this segment will turn to the price action the moment down. 9/10 S and P 500 futures off the back of more decisions. Out of Europe to lock things down a little bit more headlines across the continent negative the reaction to them by policymakers, adding to concerns of market participants, chats home is joining us now. Out of Berlin. Good morning Tea chat. What are we hearing from Germany from France from Spain from Italy from the UK on what's the difference between the approaches? Hi, John. Well, we're hearing leaders across Europe sounding alarm. In the last 24 hours. We've seen several countries, including Italy and Germany, reporting record cases and, of course. French president Macron announcing this curfew for cities across France, including Paris. In Germany. We have a situation where Chancellor Merkel is urging state leaders to I haven't even stricter locked down in the one that they've agreed to last night. But she's AA meeting resistance from these leaders. You know, Germany is a federal system very similar to what viewers in the U. S. Would think of in terms of the federal government versus the States and the state leaders here in Germany are resisting some of these measures that Merkel is pushing for. For example, disagreeing with her on measures such as restricting travel within the country, and it really all boils down to the economics. Everyone's very concerned here on the continent about another lock down on what that could mean you know, not just for the health of people here, but for the economy as a whole. The local pushback is something we saw in Spain just a few weeks ago. We sing in the United Kingdom plan in the last 24 hours, with perhaps the exception of Sadiq Khan, who's asking for it, which is a unique situation right now for anyone in the local authority, But what I want to know Chad is whether wasting the outcome here the result. Off a poor adherence to social distancing and mask wearing just the very fact we're moving into the cold of part of the year. I think John. It's a little bit of both. What's interesting is the German health minister Yan Chiffon. He has said. What Germany needs. It's not necessarily more restrictions, but people to adhere to the restrictions that Germany has already in place and in miracles. A pew last night when she held this Very late night press conference. She basically said. People need to wear masks. They need to wear them in public where there are a lot of people and they need to adhere to the social distancing. We're going to be hearing by the way from Jens Spahn in just about an hour speaking exclusively to us here. At Bloomberg talking to our colleague, Matt Miller. And so we'll be hearing more on that from him a little bit later this afternoon. Thank you so much. Ed Thomas in Berlin and the moveable Feast of Pandemic News. On the continent of

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"matt miller" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"All right well. Thank you for all that good news That was a fun one. That was good i. appreciate that totally thank you. I love it. Keep sending them in. Please yet. You know where to do it. had google. You can head to our website and do it there, or you can do at our pin tweet at daily beans pod. Follow us to once. We hit twenty thousand. We will as soon as we travel. Come out and see you and we'll even have like a little like a little zoom zoom zoom meeting before then just for funds, and we'll see you tomorrow on our meet and greet, which starts at four PM, Pacific for patrons and five m for the public I can't decide if we're doing a summer theme, or if we're doing animal crossing, so just be prepared for both. Yes, there is an animal crossing drink that I would like to make. So maybe we'll send that recipe out. Exciting called vacation juice. Nice Yeah I like it. Any final thoughts. I was ready for it and I know the answers. Like. Oh, wait actually confident. NOPE, you. I changed my mind. We released a new episode of I. Disagree Today, My side Podcast, so if you WanNa, listen there you go. Look it up I disagree. On itunes or any religion, your podcast on twitter at the I, disagree pod. Thank you very much The I disagree pod is. Important that the in there it is all right, well, yeah. Long story stupid. But All's well and everyone again we'll. We'll see you tomorrow and Gosh fingers crossed with those Skoda's rulings until then Please take yourself secret. Take care of your mental health and take the planet I've Been Ag Ivan Jordan Coburn. Them's the beans. The daily beans is executive produced and directed by AG Jordan Coburn,.

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"matt miller" Discussed on Webcomics Reviews And Interviews

Webcomics Reviews And Interviews

04:53 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on Webcomics Reviews And Interviews

"Because as hard as we're working on this like you know, we all slick, not perfect, so there could be mistakes to be made, but the narrator letting there's not there's not there's no, but the narrator can help. Fix you know any of those moments. Do, you have actual showing us on this or do you just shouldn't be? General Track I mean. How do you keep crackly chronology? Yeah, it's all in the Bible of the show. All the all the separate notes on evernote on you know just the different folders, and also just now show really well, then kind of seeps into your brain. The Ecuador's all. We did this last episode of the now. We can't do that because this is happening later. Season is just sometimes. You got to be careful, because like even as well as I think I know the show. Sometimes I'll be writing something. It'd be like a weight that happened two weeks ago. I wrote it happened four weeks ago that the other day was something in the sense of having only with Oswald in. Wanting to date were. Happens showing up and so we can't do that because of this reason that we're not let, but yes, it's it happens all the time. There's so many moving parts in the show that it sometimes we forget. Know we right, so the Bible's extremely useful is. Yeah I mean. Don't get your I. Got You a point where I've actually some Casey Janssen really stream vibrating myself. He's sort of interesting to see some. Barebones your show appears to be is sort of interesting to see. How much death is actually the what you're seeing for sure. Absolutely, that's our goal is the fact that we want everyone to have no clue? Yeah, you know, and like I took me five times to watch game before I knew what was happening in, but like that fifth time Oh like Oh my God. That's okay alright so like I think that might happen with this show. You know people might like it, and they might be like Oh. Yeah, let me listen to that thing again. I'll never noticed that. Never noticed that either and then I feel like they might be like a third time. Oh. Wow, there's so many things I never i. think just. There's just so much detail on it that I think it'll be fun little adventure every time he list especially. When you're listening to something, you're not seeing so. It's going to be martyred. Understand yeah, so like the goal is to one day. I want to put out all the scripts from this Um just release it with the podcast. So that way you could read it as he follow along in really inner, have everything in front of you. Which I think will help people. So you. Said brings up the front part, was she? Plans for merchandise or anything. Absolutely you know like we're not there yet right now because we don't have the money or you know the because we need to just keep focusing on making show is right as we can. And then we're at a level where it's like we have kind of an audience established like then know, be ready to, but like all these companies and bands, and like mainly actually but like Ashton. Yes I should have said that for my body. Ashton merchant begins really what do. You make like the star that the logo the podcast is for now like with action space on it like that could be on t shirts and stuff but like. You know we like there's so many so many different things that we can make but I'm. All of ideas are t shirts. At that is I saw socks from six if he's a Pajama Pants, yeah, you know but nothing crazy at least now. Merchants Kinda. It'll come when it will we. Were able to do it. We're not really. Now right now. Maybe thirty years down the line, a whole theme park based on this show. That would be scary. You'd actually be scared now. Would it would? Be The the. Picturing now wouldn't go up soon. Be Be Great. The homeless man ride. Never come to keep regulations of safety concerns. That, we wouldn't have anything to do. You just give them an idea all right, so it's ron perfectly. Well I'm all for. You see as having a, can you? Can you survive being a landlord at this sitting? Police ride. I don't do this. For you any graphics yourself or just. US playing around with the right now. I do a bunch of graphics. Myself Not specifically for the show, a lot of my life like like making animations on the computer because I was very inspired by like. You know my favorite cartoons like family guys kit like I would I would pause family guy in like like study, a certain character try to join Peter Griffin's head during high school and College I. If I was born, i. just walk into a classroom and so. You know so I spend a lot of young working with that, but nothing specifically for this show. But that's definitely something I. WanNa play around. Right. Whole any final thoughts anything. We haven't covered mentioned or anything like that. I think we covered every possible thing. About as long as you have anything else, you WANNA have like. I it's pretty much what rely on Benjamin's is I think you got a pretty good understanding of it? Kid and of course, the obligatory and plug. Sounds Great..

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"matt miller" Discussed on Webcomics Reviews And Interviews

Webcomics Reviews And Interviews

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on Webcomics Reviews And Interviews

"For for us to cabinet worked for the episodic useful podcast. Now just do whatever we want with the. Okay, yeah? Also I knew she goes you shall we shared unreliable narrators add on purpose or on happy accidents. Huge a decidedly unreliable narrator. Totally, US Very. Very. Came from just like when writing, improving with things in like just. Let actually be really. Like like adding to the line was and being like what he certainly wouldn't want to do that because that'd be frigging sube. and. Her way that actually be funny if he said that the show, and then it kind of just like it made us laugh just if that's the thing is like. For Right Natalie for right now with what this is where writing for what we think yet, and like events like in in that kind of came across rely Brandon was a recording brandon was. Doing the lines and also kind of like the coffee kind of like cheesy and dislike went on. The first episode Sending. Excuse me and acted like I was actually coughing I was doing my line, but it sounded funny in there, because the narrator is a reliable l.. It's going long. He's not pass. Violations in fully back up. He paid enough of this man he doesn't it? They just doing his best Ryan. So it definitely is all on purpose in the sense of s kind of what we're privately five percent, maybe less of it is Improv in the sense of. We're kind of having fun spitting on the Mike and then from there. It's just like we'll take a what we have, and then like I like I can't I love working on this just like when during quarantine stuff like it was actually I got a lot of work done because not. Having a lot of time, and actually wrote a few episodes like on my own like I was like Oh my God. This would be awesome, and this would be awesome, and then like an demand than he puts awesome ideas into a and then it's like so there's no perfect process where it is with. There's so many cool ways that like we can still come. Come up with episode with this show. Yeah, so it's. It's like it's and then it'd be cool. Maybe even one day like then we team riders working with us, and like now we have a bunch of different people's brains on this like right now. It's still pretty much like two brains on this and we have a Hartley. Who plays the Harvey? BLURT, in the show, he hoped frozen ideas out is for two that are great numb. You know impromptu stuff like that. How thick is the Bible on this I mean he's pretty much thing you never notes her. So yeah, so over like pretty much of the foreign half years I mean this thing is huge i. have file after file on evernote of just different things so. If, you were to bring it out of the Bible. Is I mean it's massive innocent? It's massive so right now we like besides the five episodes that are out i. have a concept stripped plans for up to episodes seventy, and then I have in between those pretty much episode like twenty like actual strips written for you and then I have. Let's see. Oh, I would say this is. One hundred and fifty strips that are could be episode that you can kind of fit anywhere into the story that are like this will be like hundred episodes later in the series because I'm like I'm not planning to write a show with Matt that that's like another is going to be just a couple of your thing. I'm like going like all right. If we're going to make this the best thing ever, I needs to be like thirty years worth of materials virtually Simpson's like. Because they've been making shows were thirty years plus the simpsons and you know they're one of the best shows ever, but like it it can be done with like the right attitude in the right team of people or the right you know drive like besides those I, do have honestly which are more important than those folders. A names artists in songs that are in the universe that are like fictional bands. Artists have fictional books, every page of fictional businesses in commercials I have character lists I have solar about what the Benjamins did in the years before I have a folder about all the international dogs of the world that are not just at the talent agency like the number one dogs everywhere. Of stuff about the city of Clydesdale, the fictional city that we created or City in the world. You'll keep finding more about in the series you know There's just a lifestyle. There's a lot there's a latch and like i. need all these things to write it in like I love using that because then anyone when I go into it and pull out this thing for. Some? Interesting been stuff like. Deserved re he've H. we have Kirsch building with the landlord. Who Dies every so often? Yeah we do. There certain things you don't really want to give away. You want we want you to think? Like that's what we want is so big. Reason actually, but That's something that we're definitely not going to talk about..

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"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

"In getting that they can go to ditch that textbook dot com slash one because one of the e books is one hundred and one practical way so If they go there they also get signed up for my email lists where they can get ideas once a week but they do get those those e books for free That's probably the best way and then I'm on twitter like all the time So my twitter handle is at J. Miller. That's the letter. J Matt to Tease Miller and Glenn you mentioned the book. If anybody's interested in that I would direct them to tech like a pirate dot com which does have a link to where you can purchase on Amazon but it also has like dozens of articles and podcast episodes and videos related to the themes in the book. So even if they're not ready to buy the book yet They can already start studying the themes of it and finding ways that they can use it in their class right away so lots of free stuff in all of that mazing amazing tack like a pirate is out now and people should go take a look at that Matt Miller. Thanks so much for your time. I appreciate it thanks. Thanks for listening to on education. My name is Glenn Event. Mike Co host is Mike Washburn on education is part of the on podcast media network. You can listen to this show and many others by educators like Monica Burns. Mike Mattera Tissue Richmond and many more by visiting on PODCAST MEDIA DOT COM. WanNa get in touch with us. Check out our website at on education. Podcast DOT COM. You can tweet us at on Education Pod. Mike is at Mr Washburn on twitter and I can be found on twitter at IRV Spanish. You could find us on facebook by visiting FACEBOOK DOT com slash on education pod. We're also on instagram at on Education Pod. If you're enjoying the show and think others would. We would be thrilled if you shared it with them. Please leave us a rating or review in apple podcasts or Google podcasts..

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

02:56 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

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"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

11:03 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

"Dave is not a like a super super techie Guy and he admits that But I remember that was like the the mind opening up for me when I started thinking about. Let's not just do activities Or leads not just teach lessons. Let's create experiences and so really without realizing it for the last seven years. I've been thinking about this in writing this book. Ever since I read that line I got I got started and I wanted to figure out what I meant by that because someone could say let's create an experience and they could mean a whole lot of different things so for me and even lay some of this out at the beginning of the book for me. It's about attention that's really what it is in my mind. As far as an experience to me an experiences something that makes you sit up and pay attention Because obviously if we're not doing anything like that if we're not engaging kids it's easy for their mind to wander in for them to not even listen or pay attention and we know that if their attention isn't on what they're learning than they're not actually learning anything if they're staring out like when I was in high school my social studies class was right next to a cattle farm and so if the lecture was getting boring we would end up watching cows and so you know kids are if her watching cows instead of listening to it. Because it's true and I tell you what those cows did some freaky stuff. Every once in a while to really disrupted class but anyway if we were watching cows instead of listening we might as well have been out on that farm out in that that cow pasture but if we have our students attention now all of a sudden stuff can actually start happening and we don't have to fool ourselves into thinking that action and you know the process of going through things is actually leading learning. Because we know we've got their attention and in the book even lay out some research that backs all of this up and actually when it comes to an experience. I think another part of it is the fact that it is interesting to you. The you're enjoying the experience. And so for instance and Sean Book The happiness advantage. He says that people are more productive. I think it's like thirty nine percent more productive when their when their overall being is not new as not negative. It's not at neutral but it's a positive and so their overall being positive in general were nine percent more productive I even point to a neuro study science that says that emotional events and of course emotion can be very strong positive or very strong negative. And they say this case. We'll talk about positive. Emotional events have a privileged status in memory. You think about the things that bring you great joy and those come rushing back to your mind and vivid detail. There's something to that in our brains. Then the National Institute for play even talks about how Playful learning with playful teachers leads to overall term. Better overall. Better long term performance So anyway that's my very long answer to your very short question about an experience and I think it's got a get our attention and I think it's got to be enjoyable love it. I'd like to take a chance to take this in a totally different direction for a minute. Anyways I think it's fair to say When people think of the term edgy celebrity That you might be someone that that comes to mind. It's hard Not to see some of the tweets these days directing. I don't know what you want to call. It hate vitry all a little bit towards educators. Where the certain amount of notoriety and frankly you know they go after the like a pirate type stuff pretty aggressively to which is in my mind unwarranted. I've seen you work and we weighed in on this on the podcast quite a bit the last little while. I've seen you work. I've seen alice work of seeing a bunch of of these people who I actually consider my friends. I've seen you work and I know the things that people are doing out there and work grinding. Frankly working their butts off in so much in so many cases to help educators Just be better and do stronger work And I'd love to get your thoughts on you. Know the term edgy celebrity. And maybe your thoughts on like this this. Why The Hague or like the vitriol towards this type of stuff i. I'm sure you've had to have thought about it. Maybe even a little bit. Yeah Yeah I see it. Aye Okay So many different directions. I could take this I personally just as a person have a hard time. Seeing myself as an edgy celebrity. I don't again. We could get into the the war of vocabulary here and trying to figure out exactly how you define that I do see that there are some folks that you see out on social media and you see them at some of the conferences and stuff and they feel like they have kind of like a bigger than life personality and they're going to try to get by on their charm and some of their stuff is kind of shallow and they try to get you on emotion and are all about sell fees and pictures with people and trying to show how important they are. I think if I was going to give a definition of an edgy celebrity. I think that's it because that's a person who is seeking celebrity status I think there's a whole other set of people and I think it's really easy to look at the superficially and to assign somebody or I'm trying to think of a a derogatory term for assign kind of like Well end brand. Yeah there you go Brand them with that status based on the number of twitter followers that they have That's real easy doing thanks. It's it is. It's it's really easy to do that. And it's a very superficial way to try to label a person categorizes. A person's entire being based on a number I think that's the part that really gets to me because see there are two ways of going out. This one is to try to put a bunch of fluffy ridiculous stuff out there that gets likes and gets re tweets and gets followers. Inflate your numbers and some people are in it for the game like that. Then there's other people I'm going to try to put myself in this because this is what I aspire to do at least i. I don't aspire to put things out there to get lots of re tweets and favorites. I pride put things out there and when I say out there could be on social media on my blog on the podcast that I do on the youtube videos that I do I put lots of stuff out there that I think is quality stuff is going to make. Teachers Lives Better or make instruction better for their students and I think whenever you provide lots of value like that Then people appreciate it and they want more of it. And so if that's the case then maybe they start to follow. And so. I think the reason that someone ends up with lots of Watts of vanity metrics. Let's call them You know followers or whatever It comes for lots of different reasons. And then how they use. That platform is different for the different people. And so I'm familiar with the term If I'm being totally honest I really really don't like it and I don't like being I don't be like being. I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA use that word used. I don't like being branded with it. Because that's just yeah. Think the way that I define it. It's just not the way that that I want operate but I yeah I see I know what you're talking about. I've a really good question now. More positive now. We're switching gears again. This is a roller coaster. Ride Roller Keep my breath. I love asking our guests. What they're into right now in terms of content that they are not producing but what they're consuming things that are inspiring them getting them going getting them up in the morning. What are what are three pieces of media that you can share That you've read looked at lately That you think that people listening would love to look at as well Yep can be anything can be a mark can be a video. It can be whatever whatever gets up in the morning. I would love to answer this question yes I have. I have several things that I could mention I'll tell you one thing that really fascinates me right now is hopefully not gonNA put anybody to sleep by saying this but I'm really fascinated by cognitive science The reason I say that is really feel like when you understand how the brain works and how the brain prefers to learn. It's almost like A key to open like a secret door you know. It's like try kind of revealing the mysteries of things that we've all. Sorta struggled with and there are two books in particular that I just keep coming back to because they They speak to that. So well One of them is culturally responsive teaching and the brain buys already Hammond which is a fascinating book to me because This is the reason I keep coming back to. It is because it touches so practically and so clearly on a handful of things that I'm really trying to grow and understand better. One is culturally responsive teaching Which is something that I'm just just starting to learn about but also it touches very much on cognitive science at talks about what happens in your brain When you learn and how you can optimize your learning or sorry you're teaching and learning For what the brain.

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"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

06:01 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

"Ways of making their lives easier but often not looking for ways of embedding technology. Basically into their practice. It's kind of like the separate entity. So what do you see as the key to really integrating technology into the practice it becoming part of it instead of a separate piece? Oh my goodness okay so I I have to answer that tough question before and I've got to solve like a huge education. That is a fantastic question. That is an amazing questions. The hard hitting question did you come about this show. Oh Wow okay all right. I think Glenn I know. I think I know exactly what you're talking about there. It's sort of in the same vein of the teachers that would say okay class. Now we're going to go down the hall to the Computer Lab and we're going to have technology time and then we're gonNA come back and then we're going to get back to work right Yeah I think there was. There was a quote by Chris. Lehmann the founder of I think is the founder of the Science Leadership Academy SLA in Philadelphia. I've heard him keynote a couple of times and there's one thing that he said that really stuck out to me is that That technology is at its best when it's transparent and so that's win. I think it's transplant. I remember exactly what I said that I WANNA say. The word No well let's let's stick with transparent So and and here's what I'm getting at and the answer to your question is going to be. How do we get there? And I don't know if I'll have an answer to that but The transparent part. It's like you use it and you don't think about it but you still use it. It's kind of like. Let's use another technology. Let's use scissors. You've got to cut something you pick up a pair scissors and you cut it. You don't think twice about the photocopier if it's not getting jammed you're not thinking twice about using the photocopier. You're just using the photocopier. You know doing it. Yeah Yeah exactly. And so I think whenever we get to that point and we know all of the basic features and we know how we could use it and we know how it integrates into our lives as educators and even our lives outside of being educators. I think that's when we start to see the true integration and one of the hurdles that I've seen to this and Glenn and Mike either of you. I'd I'd love to see if you have any follow up on this One of the hurdles that I've seen is when teachers are either encouraged or sometimes even forced to learn lots of different new stuff instead of getting familiar with some of the basics I'll give you an example School district near me was a big google classroom distance district and then recently there were like note. We're going to canvas we're GONNA switch to canvas and You know I understand that you've got to make those changes sometimes like for heaven's sake when I started teaching. We were doing muddle and I was still stuck. I know they're probably still noodle lovers in the in the audience and so my apologies to you if I know. But if you're if you're still using muddle you're missing out on some of the cool stuff that's out there so we've got it evolve but I think we also have to minimize all of the flashy gadgets. That are out there and help them to become you know fully almost okay my friend Holly Clark calls this. She calls it digital fluency. This is a head of digital literacy like being literate and tool and then she said then there's being fluent in the tool and I think that's as close to the transparency is. I'm talking about and so even the teachers that don't self identify as Techy US something long enough and they figure out how to use it so that they're not thinking about it almost like a pianist who's playing a song that they've played one hundred times and I think that's really when we start to get there. That's my best answer to that question to for sure so one of my favorite educators of all time. I don't know if you're familiar with the but it. Also one of my favorite people Is a professor at Boise State University? His name is Chris Haskell Dr Michael and he often talked about creating experiences for our students. He told us as as as graduate students in his class rather than creating activities And the cover of your book really stood out to be because I I I read the caption there at said using classroom technology to create an experience and make learning memorable. There's something to that too because I want you to talk to audience about how we can strive to create experiences for students through classroom technology and this is kind of that. Whole Tech integration thing. It's whether or not we're going to just use technology to replace an activity at going to use the worksheet as the examples and just replace it and it just still continue to do that. It really is just an activity. It's not an experience or are we going to use that to to really do something where it's going to be memorable something that you've gotta take away forever. You know as far as the experience in your class so talked our audience more about that statement because that I thought man that's something that will make be pick up that book and want to go through it because that's the type of stuff that really makes a difference as far as the classrooms. Yup Yup absolutely for me because my book is called. Tech like a pirate and for me. That line was born out of divergences book. Teach like a pirate. That's the first place that I read about something similar to that. His line and his book was don't just teach a lesson. Create an experience and it wasn't it wasn't really tied into technology per SE..

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"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

06:32 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

"We're thrilled to have our friend. Matt Miller back on the PODCAST. Welcome back Matt. Thank you so much I am super pumped to be hanging out with you guys so First question we tend to ask these days is how you doing. How's your family? Oh Yeah we're doing we're doing really well I live kind of out in the middle of nowhere in West Central Indiana on like twenty five acres so we are very well. Socially distanced and So everybody's stay in nineteen and healthy All three of my kids are done with remote learning. My wife was teaching remotely. And so she's done with all of her stuff too and so Yeah we're hanging in there. Thanks for asking And you I mean you travel the lot and you consulted and spoke all over the place and and did sessions all over the place. Pretty much time How has your work and frankly your your business changed in the light of you know the the covid nineteen. Yeah a lot to to be honest. That has changed a lot my days right now. Look very different than they did. Pre Cova nineteen So like you said Right now full-time Gig is ditch that textbook. So I do workshops and keynote speeches and presentations kind of all over the United States. And then whenever I'm home I'm writing blog posts and recording podcasts. And all of that stuff and so since that has changed now a lot of it is shifted. And I'm spending an awful lot of time in my Home Office where I'm sitting right now. Yeah do on a lot of writing. I know the demand for ideas and support and assistance from teachers just went up exponentially whenever all of this hit. And they're just looking for answers. I know that first hand because I know the traffic on my website just spiked. It just went way up as people were looking for ideas and so I kind of felt like it was my job to do my best to lend a hand so I feel like I've just been producing content here just just nonstop and so instead of being out. Cnn people talking to people working with teachers now have been lot of sitting right here. No at that's like So I'm not sure if you noticed but there was a fun little attack tool competition that wrapped up a few weeks ago. Yeah sorta a a sort of madness of Ed Tech. And it's funny I. I will say I'm on record as being. I'm on the fence now. I guess what Glenn and I have a pretty fun. History of me always bringing up explain. Everything is being like my the. I used to rule the mall. Like if you can just one desert island favorite application that you have. I used to always say it was explained everything The the final in this March madness came down to as most people would expect a G. Suite Google Versus Flip Grid Yeah and in in Google took took the win so my question to you just like I'm have always said now. I'm on the fence now. All admit and I've been starting to move towards flip great as my answer lately instead. Explain everything but what is your desert island all time. Top Tech Tool for teaching. This is such a hard question. God I love the Russian. Yeah I bet you because you like to watch your your guests squirm as they try to answer it and see. I might have a different answer on a different day. But I'll give you the one that I've got right now and I think flip grid is a great answer to that question and honestly I could. I could personally. I'm not a big explain everything guy but I could make a case for why explain everything could be that so I would get in that boat with you my my had you. It's it's a good one but here's the route I'm going to go. I'm going to go not just with G. Suite but one particular G. Suite and that's Google slides. I feel like so much of what I did in the Spanish classroom and so much of what I encourage teachers to do and so much of the stuff that I see people saying. Hey I'm really using that in the classroom comes from Google Slides. Because you know of course you can use it as a slide presentation tool but that's just scratching the surface. I mean if you use it as one slide one slide almost like a piece of paper then you know all of the shapes and the images and the lions and the text and everything you can design them however you want on that one slide and so it gives you really good design capability so you can make infographics. You can make interactive posters. You can make comic strips using photos from your Webcam the ability to pull the picture in from the Webcam is huge. I think you can use it to make. Stop Motion Animation I've seen how you know Mike. Shipley for instance posted Something about using Google slides to make an APP where you have like the APP home screen with the little for all different things. And when you click on one it links to a different slide and then you've got to back to home but every one of them and I mean there's really so much that you can do and you can recreate within slides and I'll even say now that they've added the ad audio feature now students can create stuff and then they can hit record and they can explain why they did what they did which adds a huge other element to it. So flip grade is a good one. I'll give you explain everything Mike. But if I'm on a desert island I'm sticking with Google slides. That's the John John. Spike is another guy who does some really sell with Google slides. He does each. Choose your own adventure. Yeah Narrative story that the Games basically basing making games in Google slides which is pretty wild. Yeah yeah there's there's just so much that you can do with that and it doesn't even narrow down specifically to Google slides. You could obviously do this. Powerpoint if you're a Microsoft school you know I think powerpoint has just as many features to it if not more if you're using the desktop version it's got even more. There's even more that you can do with it so yeah I think with any of those when you open your mind to. What's possible in the the possibilities are endless so Matt's as an instructional coach I often see teachers looking to technology for solutions solutions for.

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"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

03:50 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

"Support staff are special educators at at education teachers at anybody else's supports to be able to go into your course in out exactly what it is that the students need to do where to find it and then how to basically get them along the path and you would think that that's how we design a lover courses but that is not the case and? I think that's something that we can go ahead and do it doesn't matter what kind of learning is taking place next fall as far as whether it be a hundred percent virtual or it's a blender whatever might be something that we can take as far as a lesson so ending on some good news. I guess good news. I love this story. That's a great story. All sixty five thousand. Indiana teachers recognized as teacher of the year. They did they just said you know what we're not going to name one. We're going to name me all because y'all are doing a good job and crushing it and I love it. I I think that I think that if anything what this time has shown is how absolutely indispensable educators are and that their job is really freaking. Hard like really hard and You know there's so many parents pairs that are like dude up and doing this for five minutes and I'm out I've been doing this for it is just my kid. I hate my kid already. I don't know how you teach my kid in twenty other ones You know it's it's been. Yeah I opening for a lot of parents band Yeah I mean what's Funny Mike? To is how many a New York Times articles even have been written by all of these amazing authors. Talking about how difficult it is to do that. One thing which is educate your kid with a specific lesson plan but have them there with you the whole time how. How strange and different than it is. That what we're actually obviously used to doing so as awesome that they recognize all the teachers here all the teachers throughout the all of North America throughout the world because we're all in this together Who were kicking butt and in an emergency. Learning situation really were stepping up. Learning new things as you were speaking. When would you have thought that Sharon would actually you know? And it's it's part of this thing what just happened. This emergency learning has led to people taking risks and say. I want to learn more about that. Then let me teach me more about this. I have some. I am best. Buy Time in this because I know it's going to be something interesting. So in this case it was Mike. After whatever might be flip grid Any types of things but yeah just in order to be able to do the best job we can with our students so yes. I'll six five thousand Indiana teaches but we we ought education. We say all of you guys Look at this all of you in the entire world because we actually have seen our stats bike. There's some people listening to us all over the damn place. Yeah it's yet Germany Germany Yup South America and Mexico City. I saw some people. I I don't know who you are but whoever you're listening right now you're awesome and you so much especially you. You're an educator out there you're kicking butts. You are thank you so much when we come back. We will talk to a another kick by educator. Matt Miller Stay tuned go. Guardian.

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"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

09:56 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

"I think Sheryl's done an exceptional job teaching her class and she's working hard in. It's showing in the notes that she's receiving from her parents and stuff like that They really appreciate Her work and she's been leading in a lot of ways as well like with her team and her staff You know other teachers asking her for advice on how to use some of these tools. I think she would probably add some tools to her kind of bag of tricks for next year if she had to now that she's so she took this opportunity this this slightly less rigorous schedule certainly schedule. That didn't require her to be out of the house. You know for eight hours a day. She was told to do professional development. She she's basically hooked on minecraft at this point Probably playing literally right now and Taking taking professional development with Stephen Catholic Isaacs online Through fair chance learning And that has been fantastic and Taking you know Webinar after Webinar. Or course after course on a whole bunch of different things flip grid. You know she she. Actually you know right at the start of this she spent you know forty five minutes with Joe Merrill Talking like one on one with Joe just talking flip grade which was super super classy of them to take some time to do that and so I think she would She said to me you know if if I had to do this you know next year. You know I'd get the kids you know. Settled into things like flip. Grade right away So that I could use it the whole year. It's kind of tough to do you know In this environment right now but maybe in September when people would be kind of more You you start this way. It'd be a little bit easier. My biggest town away on kind of what we've learned over this last little while it's it's mostly related to our physical wellbeing like our bodies. Don't think our bodies are built to be sitting in a desk. You know for eight to ten hours a day or or sitting on the couch with a laptop on your lap for hours or six hours or whatever. Your environment is just staring at a screen for you. Know the better part of twelve hours of day You know I used to joke all the time that I could like I could. I could live in my office and I could never go outside and I would be perfectly fine and I'm not sure that's true actually because now I'm doing it and I feel like even though I'm doing a lot of the things that I think I'm supposed to do right now. I'm walking four kilometers every morning with Cheryl. We go for a morning walk at seven. Am If you're looking for me between seven and seven forty five am eastern time. I'm walking with my wife. If it's not raining we go for walk every day. I'm eating fairly well You know and drinking a lot of water and you know I feel like I'm doing okay but I just know my body. My my actual body is tired and I think it has a lot to do with just this work environment and sticking staying at home constantly and not being able or feeling comfortable enough to go out kind of almost anywhere. Frankly has warned me out quite a bit. I think that the the backyard. Now that it's nice out and it's and it's the pool's open and stuff like that. I think that I think the backyard is GonNa save me a little bit. I'm kind of counting on it. To be honest. I'm kind of counting on being able to take my laptop to my back porch and and sit out there And you know I recognize that. Not a lot of people can do that. And that there's there's you know everyone's houses are different and and work environments and living environments are different But I think that you know being confined to home and living basically on a computer constantly is has worn out physically I bet you a lot of people. Listening are thinking the exact same thing been and we didn't really know maybe the extent to where that was going to be the case many times when you're teaching you're like up eight hours a day as far as your feet and moving around and and Definitely not confined to a spaces. You described it in looking at a screen One of the things that I was thinking about as far as my takeaways in the things that I really WanNa make sure that I hope we think about next fallen just for future years is we did this thing at in our district and a happened throughout not even just our school district or state but throughout the country where school districts accounted like really took into account that. Hey maybe we should provide an option for students especially at the high school level to take a course for a pass or fail option basically to say. Hey I I just WANNA to meet the requirements of the course to be able to pass it and not have it affect my grade point average and that concept. Mike is some the happens at college all the time. You can do that at any time. I almost universities. You can say hey I just want to take this for pass fail and especially if it was a elective course. Whatever else it might be. You might be able to do that. I think things like that. We should really take into consideration for many of our students. Tell them exactly. What do they need to do to be able to meet the requirements of passing course but don't punish him by giving them a D. minus? Do you know what I mean. As far as four point Oh type of skills as one of the things that I was thinking about that should definitely. We should take into account the other part two is in our interview. That's coming up. I actually mentioned Dr a metro. Him again here to he did this game of course and he was well known for this. Where the course itself Everything was it was part of a model called quest based learning but basically it was game if ACACIA and you had to earn a certain number of points to win. But what do you mean by winning? Glenn you get an A. In the class so in his class yet they earn ten thousand X. P. to win the game right and his experiences. The things that you actually did for example things with minecraft and things in All kinds of other different virtual worlds and the lesson plans that we created so silver worth a specific number of. Xp If you if you completed them at a high level that kind of stuff really not the XP part but just the thought of saying hey students if you achieve this specific thing. You're going to get this specific grade and I don't think a lot of especially high school teachers. Think through that process. I think we set up our curriculum. We set up our objectives. We have our standards there. We might set up of our all of our units but we never think through okay. If I'm a student can you tell me? Exactly what do I need to do to get for example a be in the class? Because that's what I'm going for and I don't think that we have really thought those types of things through and I think it's because it scares us to think that like think that way for some reason it's like oh the student might abused that thing by doing XYZ. Dr Haskell found that most of the students not only got the ten thousand xp but in his research and he has several research studies that he did on the system. Many students have kept going. They're like man. Let me just see how high of a score it could actually set up. And he had these leader boards of all time leader of number XP he had all kinds of different quests that you could go in taking completes the hell of me yeah so that you could continue to go and go like how many points could I actually earned in this thing. How Much X. P. is so. It's interesting as far as the different types of just for being honest with your students up front with them. I thought that might be one of the things that we could do. And then the other part in his last thing I was going to think as far as my takeaway was I just think we need to really think through the optimal use of learning management systems. And it doesn't matter if you use Google classroom or a school jere canvas or whatever else. It might be whatever else you're using. You really have to organize those courses. This biggest lesson. We've learned organism in a way in the lens of all of the stakeholders. So I'm talking about not what's easy for you the educator to be able to organize it but what is the best way to organize it for your students for sure but their parents so that they could help and assist in in their learning and then any type of support staff because we found out this year to that it's important for our.

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"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

08:49 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

"It has spawned. Is that everyone in the notes? I wrote everyone in their mothers putting on a virtual conference. It's so true of virtual conferences going to happen. He has a lot of virtual conferences and the thing is. Is there a lot of virtual conferences con? We'RE GONNA put conference in air quotes for a minute also That that wouldn't that weren't like on the books as real conferences. Like like in person conferences. That are that are popping up and you know. I think that one of the things that you know cost of putting on a real person like when you think of something like imp- Impact. Education conference is three floors of a hotel catering. Two meals a day every day for three days. It just those cost alone not to mention the the speaker fees and stuff like that you know I guarantee you a conference like that costs in the in close to or more than one hundred thousand dollars like a couple hundred thousand dollars. Yeah so you know. When that cost is now basically removed and to get a speaker all you have to do is potentially even pay them and who knows if some of the these pop up conferences are paying their speakers but certainly all they have to do is sit in front of their computer like we do doing a podcast. And Bam. You have keynote. And it's like You know the biggest expense. Now for a virtual conferences. Your time Just to promote it and create kind of graphics and work on make sure the contracts and all of that stuff in schedule and and and all of that That's that's basically what's happening is everyone's everyone's making a virtual conferences virtual conference before he's the on education. You build a virtual conference right. It's like that movie. Will they come? You build a baseball field. We'll they love. Will they come to the virtual conference? And that's the part I thinking through is like so. Many people are super uncomfortable with this format as far as just this. This virtual format that I'm talking about educators even on and then being able to to attend a conference attend sessions and so on and so forth Yeah so but you were thinking on education. Some it's something I've always wanted to do right. We've talked about this a million times and in fact went through some planning with folks about it as well. I think doing something like this would actually kill me. I would you on top of everything else that you're getting time for that non so now listen if someone if someone wants to create the education summit run it for us. I'll pay you. Hey we're sure that out there. People come on and we'll play you. GotTa you gotTa have a resume so you can actually do it. There's only like literally two people that I know in my Rolodex. Do we have rolodex anymore? I don't know there's only two people that I know that you know could do it the way that I would expect in so I don't know yeah thing I put it out there putting it get universe call would say she's out into the universe slighted to Mike Stems light into my your resume propose for the actually sliding totally. Dm's if minecraft dungeons came out. Today I know I guess playing today. Us because yeah. We're recording on Tuesday. We normally record on Mondays. But it's Tuesday. The Twenty Six and my craft engines is out and listen if you WANNA play minecraft engines with me. Because that's why I'm going to be playing next ever slide into my on that too. You're ready yeah. I think we're going to play right after this is done and it's going to be great. I'm really excited so yes. The school year is wrapping up a of laces. You were watching your high school graduation today. Yup The seniors are graduating today and they are doing just the super innovative idea. There is the the state of the Department of Education. Minnesota gave guidelines on graduations and One of the the guy we've obviously following the guidelines and there couldn't be an actual physical graduation putting in air quotes. So they what our school did is basically what resembles to me For those of us that are old enough to remember drive in theaters. A drive in movies. they rented a Jag. Norma screen Only specific people were allowed on the stage. So that we you know you keep Social distancing and everybody else stayed in their stays in their cars and then they have the whole entire ceremony and it's all streamed through youtube. Everybody can watch it live. There's actually seeing the physical stage or they can pull it up on their phones. Be Able to listen to it on the radio. Also so it's kind of cool. I like that part because if you ever remember as far as the drive in movies there was this little speaker system that you set on your window sill of your car and that was the actual audio for the movie. So that's the reminded me of that that the actual local radio station was running broadcasting. The signal of the the The VALEDICTORIAN the principal. Speaking and so on and so forth the speeches And so then after that they're going to have a parade where they drive their vehicles through the town of sock rapids And every all the community members are all lining up this basically a parade route is the best way to describe it where they're going to be cheering them on as they go through the super cool unique way of being able to have A A graduation and so yeah they the years ending this week for us and I know that's in some states like New Jersey specifically in New York. I know for sure. They're going like two or three weeks into June. So it's like Morse similar kind of like what you guys have in Ontario. Correct right back where you guys are still. They're still a whole month. Left you guys still about two or three more weeks or four more weeks. Yeah right till the end of June. And so anyway. Because it's the end and this is the end of emergency slash distance learning. We have begun as a instructional coaches and administrators have started putting out surveys to kind of get everybody's reflections on. What did we learn from this? What can we take away from? This what could we have done better cetera and so on so forth so I figured hey what what can we say of? All of this stuff started in March and for many of us. We've been out of school basically since sometime in March and now through the end of basically the year. What can we take away from that? What can we? What can we bring into next year? No matter what happens as far as what type of school year we have for next year. So that's the the lens that I wanted to go and have that conversation about it your wife as she's going through this. I'm sure she has some thoughts to as far as if if this were to continue in the fall which you say it's not going to as far as in Ontario but if it was something happened that there was another outbreak of whatever might be what what what kinds of things has she been saying or or you've heard as far as educators as far as on. -Tario or you yourself as you start seeing these things. What are the lessons that you can already tell? People are are really taking the heart..

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"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

09:42 min | 8 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on OnEducation

"Irvine friends. We have an awesome pot for you today. We will debate whether virtual conferences are worth your time. We will give you our takeaways and reflections from distance learning thus far and our guest. This week is educator and author Matt Miller so what do you have against McDonald's copy? I saw this tweet. You don't like McDonald's coffee at all. I just think it's hilarious. It's it's my favorites. What do you call this? Fake twitter accounts would call these fake twitter accounts. I can count perte accounts. It's my favourite parody account to get mad at did. I don't even know why. Get so mad scientist teacher. Yeah I I I get riled up. And it's this parody account of someone just posting all kinds of different stuff. Some of it has to do with education. Some of it doesn't roused me up at I have. I had the respond to it today. It was so stupid but he basically or she because it could be either wanted to puts. This is their statement for everyone getting excited about the starbucks teacher. Tumbler just remember that. Starbucks is a Ripa of a large drink. Coffee COSTS A dollar at McDonalds. Just saying so. It just reminds me first of all. That's and I just responded with a smart Aleck response and I just said something to the effect of. If that's what you're called McDonald's coffee sludge. Actually if you're comparing those two if you say if you don't taste the difference between starbucks and McDonald's coffee then yes. Continue buying that sludge. They call coffee at McDonald's so anyway it is for people that actually drink coffee like I do it. There is a humongous difference in it ranges. Very much so for coffee. Drink coffee drinking so I couldn't tell you what the differences I know. And that's what I knew that right away and I had actually already started having conversations with the other parts of the other members of the education team. 'cause I figured you you're trying to get your trying to find ways to drink coffee. That at that actually are appealing. You're still you're still trying to get acquired that taste. Yeah I drink in the morning. That's it for those of us that see the a good comparison though in a debate would be something like starbucks versus Caribou coffee. That's like two major brands. And they coffees are definitely. They are both high-quality coffees. But they taste different too and I actually love both of them and I would say. That's a good debate when you say McDonald's versus starbucks it's kind of like saying hey you know you can buy ground beef for two fifty pound. Instead of buying that rip-off filet Mignon at said unseen. We're talking daddy's the comparison that we're talking about for people that are actually coffee drinkers. They understand and actually starbucks is only if we're GONNA tear system. It's only like you know. The Best Tier would be a tier one starbucks with might be a tier to copy. There's better coffees that are local brew are LoC local roasters. Sorry that make amazing coffees. I had some coffees that I brought back from Costa Rica. That were just fantastic. Blew away starbucks so there are. There's there's like an eighty dollar bottle of Scotch which is generally regarded as like super good. Yes then there's five thousand bottles of Scotch and that is like incredibly cramped in Canada. They they always compare Tim Hortons and starbucks. Those are like the to and I've never had it importance so I'd be happy to have that debate when I go to Canada. I'M GONNA go to Tim Horton's with you I'll take you yes and let and that's taste it and then I'm GonNa tell you yes. This is good coffee or I'll go down. I think your boys and my boys. I think we'd have a grand time hanging up here. Yeah swimming out by the pool. The pool the pool is Quickly when we when we opened it up on the weekend It was a sixty four. Which is obviously likely freezing. Gold It's it's all the way up to like seventy six now. So it is. Rapidly warming up and I'm almost ready to swim in it. When it gets by eighty-five that's like Mike is the magic number For for pool. Water for me Cheryl it's like eighty one eighty two. We had it up to eighty seven last summer at one point which is so. It's it is amazing. Just the best. Yeah eighty-seven sounds fantastic. Yeah so like Barbecue Little Coffee Tim. Hortons in yeah. This is so bad. Nationalized health so day where we could actually get yes. We could actually cross the board control funny so speaking of travel. Yes we were. We were thinking about it today. And there's no we're not going anywhere men we I'll tell you I'll tell you You know look so bad. I don't know how hard I wanna like how much I want to talk about this specific thing but we had big plans for. It's like like the biggest of big plans. The biggest thing plans and we had everything confirmed. Basically we were just to work out the details of. Yeah Yeah we were given. We were given an unbelievable opportunity. I don't think I want to say more but maybe we'll be able to have that still happen though I ask. You might not have well if it is the does really happen. Which I have a hard time believing. That really will happen in no matter heartache. Because that's what they said. They're rescheduling for November. If it does happen for Nova I'M GONNA make every effort to get there. I've been especially because we have a unique opportunity to just basically do continue to the work that we've been doing and I was thinking about just not being able to to go to any conferences summer. Just super sucks. Yeah it does. And it's it's like we we go and we go to hell dig about the year before that though Mike or last year I remember that during this week you were prepping your bag for like four weeks of consecutive travel that you were going to be doing at like twelve conferences. Yes you're going to go one after another and all of the different this is. West gone all of June. Yeah and so no physical conferences. And we're talking about is the. We always went the batch summit the day before is the with Noah. Geisel went to things like school a G. Next and then other conferences to serious play and and a whole bunch of other opportunities that were in the summer local conferences for me that were just around the state and the you went all over. Canada. I mean all over freaking everywhere in Canada Nova Scotia. Yeah yeah you were traveling allegory. I Yeah I last year was huge for traveling. This jared sits I. I travel from my desk to my couch and then back to my desk. This is the extent of my travel now. It sits the four feet that I can almost touch my couch from my desk. And that is how far travel now so I was trying to think of like why is it that I really sad about the confidence in its honestly. It has nothing to do with sessions. No so people out there. If you're thinking about like you know sessions or whatever I be so much learning and connections and meaningful friendships have developed over the years the one in Milwaukee the spark conference I was like. There's something missing so many friendships have truly like come to life. Because we've been able to go to these conferences really connect with other amazing educators and speakers and really get to know them. Ed Hang Out and go to dinner and do things. And that's the part that I'm going to miss. I'm going to miss all of those people. You know Noah guys lozere every conference. I love you any moment that can spend around Noah and I think of this whole list of people that I was looking forward to just hanging out with spending some time with and that is no longer going to happen. So Sad. No ice cream with Mandy and tissue. I know which I upset. We're we're said so. I mean but one thing that I it does one thing..

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"matt miller" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

14:58 min | 9 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I am curious what your thoughts are on the Browns Investigating trade options for Trent Williams. Or if you think that they should draft tackle and the first round I up. Unless I'm Tom Trend's GONNA cost you a lot but you might look doing both I was just told that the redskins will trade Trent and get a number one pick and then used that pick on an offensive line and my source said that still believes chase young is going to Washington no matter what is said here about you know. Somebody's got a complete package here. Josina Anderson from the mothership covers the NFL. Said that You know the Redskins are fielding offers here inquiries and that somebody has put an offer there in front of the redskins. I don't know if it's an offer that they can refuse or can't refuse but obvious told Williams will be traded and Washington. We'll get a first-round pick. Maybe that's to Cleveland. But Oh by the way. We just saw this video. Tom Brady put out I. This can't be in Tampa this has to be in New England Thompson is backyard. And he's got a horn one of those viking horns or some and then gronk comes out of the woods here and then he says he's out of breath cronk reporting reporting is or. I don't know when they shot this. But Brady just put it out. Make It seem like Gronk has come to the rescue there in Tampa but It's good but that's new England and is NOT TAMPA. They must have just said you know what spoof somebody because eventually maybe you do come out of retirement if not it will be fun to kind of stir the pot a little bit. Yeah polling did. He make one with element as well. Because I feel bad for for Jill's he can look around that locker room ago. What am I doing? Who are these guys is kind of be like? What in the hell happened. Wait wait wait in the last one. Who Do I got? I got Chris Hogan here. Okay now I feel better dollas gone. Everybody's gone yeah. Everybody made the same joke yesterday. About Ataman just kind of being sad looking out the window and nobody's ever drunks gone. Why not trade element is well. I don't know what you get for element but unless unless he can win the you know the trade. Then you're not going to go you know hey gills. I know you're Kinda Sad. I'm going to send you to Tampa Bay. I don't think really cares. Matt Miller bleacher report. Nfl draft expert and has been doing so for a decade or so good to have you back Matt. How're you go? Well Dan it's going to be back with you got the well. I explain this Josina. Anderson had something that maybe somebody's going up to get the number two pick with the Washington redskins factor. I mean is there something here? I'm sure someone has tried. But that doesn't mean it's going to happen and I think would chase young. I almost feel like this happens every year. Usually within Ohio state defensive. It just happened to nick. Enjoy boasted. Where by late April where like. Oh we're over this guy. He's been great for three years. I don't WanNa hear about it anymore. But Chase young as the best player in the draft. No disrespect to Joe Borough stations the best player in the draft. He should be a ten or twelve sack player right away. You're going to have an amazing impact. That's not the kind of guy you trade away from it especially when I do think it is need. So I'm I'm sure Josephine is right. I'm sure someone did offer. A package of picks that doesn't mean. Washington has to take that package of picks As you were saying before I think it's more likely betrayed Trent Williams whether that's to the browns. The buccaneers the broncos. Someone in that ten to fifteen pick range and then they you know they doubled down and get a an offensive tackle in the middle of the first round. And I don't know who needs that tackle more is it. Is it. Denver is it Cleveland OR IS ATTEMPT TAMPA'S OFFENSIVE. Line is not good at all. But if you were gonNA Place Trent Williams where would you place him well puncture Williams Tampa play with Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski and have have fun down there at the adult establishments that they have in Tampa Bay Cleveland Becker Mayfield? And and you know all the personalities on their team dimmer would be okay. But you're not beating Pamela homes in the chiefs so if you go to Denver you see at best. You're wildcard team For as long as you know he's thirty two for the rest of your career wildcard team So if I'm sure Williams I think he's his own agent so He should be talking to cal. Smith and the redskins today saying Hey. I want to go to Tampa. That's why I want to end up Because other than that I mean you know the jets even a lot of the other teams that need offense tackles and might be willing to trade. They're just not good teams and you have the possibility of going to Tampa which I heard this morning. They almost dealt for him a couple of weeks ago. They almost traded OJ. Howard for Trent Williams. So I think there's already a framework there that hopefully something like that does get done. Who will make a trade tomorrow in the first round? Oh I think a lot of people. I think a lot of trades this year because these gyms have been sitting at home trying to avoid the wives and kids with nothing to do. Get on the phone with each other. So I think we'll see a lot of trades I think you know the Panthers. Probably WANNA trade back the cardinals. Jagger's probably WANNA trade back. So that's three teams in the top. Ten I I think the Falcons like come up. You see Jay Henderson from Florida. Feels like the broncos would like to come up as well to get a wide receiver like Jerry Judy Alabama or cd-rom from Oklahoma. So I think we could see a decent amount of action also like we always see a little bit at the end of the first round but the forty niners don't have a pick in round two three or four they're gonNa want more picks the chiefs only five selections in this draft. They're going to want more picks saints only have five picks so I think we could even see those twenty four to thirty two. We could see a lot of action. There's people try to get out when will re watching this draft in five years. Who's the quarterback that we can't believe was drafted in that spotify said borough to a Herbert Jordan? Lover Jalen Hurts. I will take Jordan love just because I feel like he does have the best potential but potential such a dirty word in evaluating because not very many people realize it I'm sure like everybody else. I was watching the two thousand seventeen redraft last night and to see mahomes fall to ten. And there'd be a lot of skepticism of what this guy is GonNa be. He went to the perfect landing spot and for Jordan law that it would take a similar perfect landing spot. Maybe that's the colts where he can sit and learn from. Philip rivers somewhere where he's not going to be forced into action right away. Maybe it's Tampa where you can learn behind Tom until he's ready to move on. But I think Jordan loves raw talent is really intriguing. Not to the point that he should be a top five pick. Maybe not even a top ten pick but I I do think there's one guy on the positive side if there's one guy that surprise us it would be Jordan love on the negative. I mean I feel really good to Justin Herbert's GONNA go number five overall and I feel really good that he should not go number five overall so he might be the the mystery. I just don't think he's that good then. I really don't I everyone when they talk about. Justin Herbert they point to one game. The rose bowl and then it's like oh but look good. He was the senior bowl and the combine. Your short. There's no decent but mad at you. Why don't other teams see it? I think because I don't have to draft a quarterback four. Lose my job. Like we're not gonNA fire me if I miss on a quarterback. Yeah I'M GONNA get embarrassed on twitter. That's all it's GonNa Happen. Too much pressure from owners and fans and especially you know if you're Miami. You haven't had a quarterback since Dan Marino and you have to look at what drew brees does every your Orleans and say we passed on that so now I think there is just an incredible amount of pressure. It's why EJ manual goes on the first show. It's why you traded for Mitch Trubisky. It's it's you know this position when any ever get other over evaluated just in. Herber at the end of the year was not the second best quarterback in a strap class but Thursday night. He'll be drafted at that spot. So I think that's where thirteen miss and and mess up and I hope I'm wrong. I want every player succeed but I just cannot find on being a top five pick. What about to I love to Man It you just feel bad for him because the injuries I think he's I think. That's you Miami drafts. But again if you know if he has arthritis in hip and and can't play the level we expect. I don't get fired for saying necessarily should draft. There are questions there. He said four surgeries in two years. No the hand both ankles in the hip and even if you say hey. He's football activity. Okay he is. Today April twenty. Second was going to happen October fifth. How's HE GONNA look? They're he's he's not stayed healthy for an entire season Alabama. And so I think when you draft just something you might have to deal with. You might have to be aware of the fact that we might not get this guy for sixteen games. This might be as Ben Roethlisberger situation. Where Zuni really good when he's on the field and when he's not you need to have a pretty good backup because it might not be or seventeen games once we get to that level but I think two of everything you want touch timing accuracy. You don't like the the most important part of that position. Can you throw the ball? Were supposed to go to it. Does that really really really doesn't consistently from the pocket on the move if you know outside of the injuries I think he's everything would want. Well that's why. If on the chargers he falls into my lap at six and I'm moving into a new stadium and we can sit him for as long as we want with tyrod Taylor and I've had people say this when it comes to the draft. You Take Risk. You take chances. Dan Lobski hey you take. I know what Justin Herbert is. I'm not quite sure what to is going to be. Don't be afraid to be great. Don't be afraid to roll the dice here if I'm the chargers to is there and you and you really feel like you want a quarterback. I consider that a godsend I do too and it. It not just from a business perspective of. You're moving into a new stadium. You need face of the franchise from a football perspective like you said they. They are telling everyone who will listen that they like tyrod. Taylor okay. Let tyrod until you feel comfortable with two. Until he can acclimate. And you're really really comfortable with the health. But I do think people forget the owners are involved in the draft in normal your that owners in the draft room with everyone helping make these decisions and eventually you have to sell tickets to being from Hawaii. Keep them over there on the west coast in La. He's going to be a superstar and you're also getting I think he's the most marketable most well known player in this draft. Joe Boroughs GonNa be the first pick to the household name. I get asked about him more than any player in the draft..

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"matt miller" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

08:34 min | 9 months ago

"matt miller" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Trubisky is missed three starts in forty one games and then Orlovsky ends his tweet talent over durability. I don't know if it says cut and dried his talent over durability because I want my talented player to have durability but I would take the risk onto and you have people all over the map we just had Adam schefter on I said to shefty. What do you think happens with the dolphins he goes? I don't know because it changes day to day and that's why bring up Jordan love. Somebody is going to look at Jordan. Love the way the bears looked at Mitchell trubisky. And they'RE GONNA go man. Look at all that potential and he does. I still go back to what you do on Saturdays Shawn Watson. Did it on Saturday but people wondered. Well you're going to be injury prone so you can hold up. What kind of quarterbacks are GonNa be in the NFL yet? Is Coach. Say He's Michael Jordan of college football? You don't know in a lot of these. Quarterbacks were seeing our one year phenomenons cuyler Murray Baker Mayfield was a walk on in two different places. Joe Borough didn't have a great junior year at Lsu. He had the greatest single season in college football history. His senior year Dwayne Haskins at Ohio State. It was one year. You're you're only seeing these players at that position for one year. And that's where you got to be a little bit nervous about this. I one sustainability here and what happens. Is We get sick of you and even listening to the draft. They reared the draft. And this is the two thousand seventeen draft. And this is how sad. Paulie and we're watching. Paulie still yelling at the bears to not take Mitchell trubisky and and listen again. I know no but Louis Louis Riddick said it felt like Dijon overstayed his welcome in college football. We'd seen everything we need to move on with this and even during the draft. Jon Gruden is surprised. That teams are passing on Patrick Mahomes because as Gruden said in real time during the draft. I haven't seen an arm like this since Brett farve now. Of course I'm a loser and I watched a lot of his games in college because I was always fascinated and I- truth be told that had no idea it would translate into this kind of success but I did say to the Danettes. This guy is as fun as any quarterback in college football because it looked like he was out there where you draw up plays in the dirt and he was going to be able to make whatever throw he wanted to and I thought that was incredible. Everything then I started to read about him. I go home in there. Saying he four city wants to be like farve. That's not a good thing. You know all these negative things gunslinger takes chances and I thought. Oh Okay and then go to the draft. And that's what my source said. You WanNa get Patrick Mahomes on. I go why I mean I like him he goes oh he's moving up when you mean no. He's moving up in the draft. I said well what round he goes first round I go. He's moving. How high it goes. He's moving up getting on the show. Now one of those Fritzy we gotTa Get Patrick. Mahomes on okay. I mean we gotta get him on now why. This is during draft. Week he goes. He's moving up. Fritzy goes moving. Like where's he moving? I said in the draft. He's moving up. You must have thought I was crazy when I say gotta get homes on Thursday changing as moving on up to the west side or Isa Paul. I was watching the two thousand seventeen draft and Gruden and Louis Riddick and those guys there and they point out that when when they the chiefs traded up to get a mahomes couple on a man. This is weird. They've got Alex Smith. He's got a winning record. He Twenty Six touchdown five picks Alex Smith had the year. They took mahomes. Yeah but grew he. Goes you know what Alex Smith is. Not Special he goes. They think that this guy goes. I haven't seen throws like since farve and he goes and Andy. Reid loves guys like that. Who can do things that most guys? Can't this guy. I I like that arm on that mahomes. And then the same thing with Shawn Watson. Now I thought to Shawn Watson was going to be a very good quarterback in the NFL mahomes. I thought maybe he's one of those guys that just has potential and he's going to be sort of a loose cannon there but if you play for a team that's not very good that you can still have fun with him and Lo and behold you see what he's done in the last two years and he's on his way to a hall of fame career. I just saw this boy. We're going to have Matt Miller on. He is covering the draft for bleacher. Report he'll join US coming up. Josina Anderson the mothership just tweeted. The Washington redskins are still fielding inquiries of potential interest. As of this morning but one team in particular has already laid out a complete deal for their number one. Pick if you know if you know the team you know the deal. Can't you tweet it unless the redskins say? Hey we got somebody. Who's there absolutely drunk? They WanNa give us everything. Here and then Matt Miller from bleacher report said watch the Patriots trade thirteen selections to get the number two. Pick and take chase young. I don't think that's going to happen. But he'll join US coming up here. I was wondering if anybody's going to get that number. Two Pick in Washington wants to drum up some interest there because what you hear is yeah. We got some teams that are interested. But hey we love chase shown. Okay I get it. Is Somebody going up at number two to get chase young? Are they going up to get to a ton of alot and a long winded way of getting back to Jordan love? I think somebody does something a little crazy tomorrow. Night with Jordan Love I. Maybe I'm absolutely wrong but I just talking to somebody yesterday and he said look. I don't like him. I wouldn't go all in as a first round pick but they're people who really liked them. They really like him because they see if we saw Jordan love play on the SEC or ACC and you saw all of his games the last two years you go. Oh you kinda minds me a Dak Prescott but it feels like. There's this great mystery that somebody's going to go. You didn't see this like we did. And I think teams learned from what Andy Redid. Because Andy Reid said I got a capable quarterback here in Alex Smith Pro Bowl quarterback lead us to the play offs. You have to take a chance and this is what Dan Orlovsky was saying the other day. You gotta take a chance and that means you gotta take a chance onto it feels. You're at the craps table do you. Do you have a team in your head? That's going to do something I don't know I ask my source I said WHO's GonNa who's GonNa do something he said. I don't know I just know that. The chatter amongst scouts is there fascinated about Jordan. Love that they're not quite sure because they they know what they see in Justin Herbert. This this was the down low. I got yesterday. Borough they think is real but won't be really great to has the chance to be really great or in five years he's not playing in the NFL Justin Herbert. They know exactly what they're getting. Jordan love is the mystery. And if you look back. We've SEEN JUSTIN HERBERT THE LAST COUPLE YEARS. With all that hype. We've seen to a tongue of Iowa. We've seen JOE BOROUGH. Who's the guy we haven't seen Jordan level? It's so good..

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The latest on the Trump impeachment inquiry

The Beat with Ari Melber

11:02 min | 1 year ago

The latest on the Trump impeachment inquiry

"We start with Donald Trump's impeachment crisis a stampede of damning facts gathered by the day I anti legal defense that appears increasingly erratic today trump was pressed on his stonewalling of Congress and his refusal to comply with those subpoenas in fact he suggested that probably ends up being a big Supreme Court case all right so at this point trump strategy it's pretty clear obstruct deflect confused and if all else fails hope the Supreme Court to which he appointed to justice of which he appointed come and save him even as new facts emerged today the full memo from the first whistle blower released with new details about the call and the New York Times pointing out with details about what went down inside the State Department as frustrations grew over trump blocking military aid for Ukraine now against that drumbeat trump supporters are pushing increasingly bizarre narratives one trump ally and former advisor appeared on a Fox News panel with Rudy Giuliani where he referred to Democrats probe as a regicide which if you don't know like I didn't know earlier today is actually the murder of a king. What you're seeing is regicide this is regicide a by another name fake impeachment I refused the call whistle blowers these two nonentities are suicide bombers that the Democrats have unleashed all right so you heard that regicide suicide bombers that is the language now coming from trump's camp remarkable contrast from how -servative used to talk about impeachment today a moment resurfacing from the congressman Mike Pence speaking in two thousand and eight about what the standard should be for impeaching a president this business of high crimes and misdemeanors goes to the question of of whether or not the person serving as president of the United States put their own interests their personal interests head of public service that's the vice president Mike Pence when he was a congressman back in the day Matt Miller chief DOJ spokesman during the Obama administration is with US Jason Johnson politics editor for the root dot com is also with us and the daily Beast Betsy would drifts one is as well great to have all of you with us let's lots to break down here Matt let me begin with you what do you make today of the president subtly invoking the Supreme Court and that this battle is likely to end up there you know I think they'd love for it to end up the Supreme Court because that means we wouldn't have any decision on whether the documents they're obstructing congressman tainting had to be turned over until sometime next year maybe even past the two thousand twenty election that's been their strategy all along not just with this investigation but with the previous investigations house launched deny the House they're entitled to make them go to court and drag it out because there's a lengthy appeals process. I think this one is different in that the house the House obviously would like to get the documents that they've subpoenaed but they're not they would like to get witness testimony but they're not gonNA wait for the administration to turn them over and they're not gonNA wait for the end of court battles they already have a whistle blower who came forward and supply them a lot of information I think there are you know they got one witness Kurt Volker who was willing to quit rather than stay inside the administration it'd be prohibited from testifying and I suspect what they'll do is push forward given that they already have enough evidence that the president pressured the Ukrainian government to to launch an investigation they already have evidence of quid pro quo and those Kurt Volker texts that were released they're obviously things that they would like to get their hands on for example more evidence about the withholding funds from Ukraine but I don't think they're gonNA wait for the courts they're going to go order because they have enough evidence and they'll probably get more as more witnesses come forward at despite the White House trying to block them so to that point Jason the White House as we mentioned refusing to cooperate with these demands realistically besides going the path of the courts is and that was just spelling out what options do the Democrats have beyond subpoenas anything well they're option is to just have a vote right they don't require this information and I'll be honest we can take the headline White House stymies Congress house refuses to hand over information we could run that same headline every three months since this administration began so it's I don't think for once the Democrats are not shocked and amazed at the eight houses lying or not providing information they can have this vote whenever they want here's the other key part about this every piece of information that they've asked for that this administration refuses to come forward with can be part of a complaint about obstruction of justice into an investigation of inappropriate behavior that the president has already admitted to so that is their option to take everything Donald Trump is doing now and make that a part of their case in a stronger case that for once according to the polls not only are people in favor of the impeachment inquiry but we have now moved we're Americans are actually recent poll so Americans are actually in favor of Donald Trump being removed from office in a vote and that's something that works Democrats favor and interesting and all of this today former Congressman Trey goudy now's going to serve as outside counsel for the trump team and it's amazing because if you go back to two thousand twelve here he is actually announcing Democrats for not cooperating with Congressional Oversight Watch this clip the notion that you can withhold mation documents from Congress no matter whether you're the party in power or not empower is wrong respect for the rule of law must mean something irrespective of the vicissitudes of political cycles so that means that you just on your screen there who made that huge appeal about nobody withhold power from Congress or excuse me withhold information from Congress's power to have oversight is now going to defend and justify the president withholding being information from Congress are those words betsy going to come back and haunt trey goudy no question and these political cycles have early gone through a heck of assist Tude as Gowdy my put it the fact that Republicans spent eight years of the Obama Administration laying out in the most asta robust and detailed way possible arguments that the executive branch has to comply with subpoenas an oversight requests from the from the legislative branch in something that's going to create challenges for all of them that said the White House is legal strategy faces a really complex difficulty because there's tension within the White House regarding how White House counsel Pat Simple Loni is approaching this particular issue simple only is treating it perhaps more as a legal fight than a political fight it seems the White House counsel's office people to an extent are still in molar mode thinking in terms of winning court fights rather than thing this has primarily a political undertaking we know that impeachment at its core is a political tool and for the most part of the president is outside allies view the biggest threat to him as a as impacting vote but simple owning is approaching it more from the legal side and that's generated a little bit of friction and the interesting thing again in this betsy that you got the GOP inviting Giuliani to testify Lindsey Graham Watson come up to the hill to talk about Ukraine Corruption Watch his latest appearance on Fox News I just drove through okay they required witnesses to face the witch and some witches were acquitted it's ridiculous the only place I can think of what we had trials like this is in the Soviet Union the remember the president used to call this a witch hunt this is now more than a witch hunt the which is headed better in other words they had more rights the witches had better what do you make of that I mean what's the risk your betsy for the gop to kind of have this narrative floating out there between the regicide the is it is not a king yet his defenders making reference to him being king others are calling this a coup now you got mayor Guiliani or former mayor Droopy Giuliani talking about which is for the duration of his time serving as president's personal outside counsel Giuliani over and over and over has said things publicly that have undermined the legal arguments he's trying to make in defense of the president who can forget the moment when he made the bombs dell admission about the president paying off porn star Stormy Daniels in the final weeks of the presidential campaign on Sean Hannity's Fox News Show Giuliani creates the most problems for his client when he's in a setting that he feels to be friendly and no one on Capitol Hill is going to make Giuliani feel more laxed than Lindsey Graham the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee who is incredibly close with trump who hangs out with him engulfs with all the time Giuliani sitting down in grams a committee room is perhaps the most perilous moment of the impeachment process for trump? Hey today the California Congressman Roque Hana telling Holly Jackson the Democrats need to move forward with the vote listen to this here's the reality we can't count on the White House we can't count on the course they want to delay this we need to move forward we need to look at what evidence we have make the best effort make the case and have a vote on the articles of impeachment what's the what's the play here you think Matt should they go ahead and actually hold hold a vote have a vote on impeachment knowing that the White House is going to stall this and if as you were saying this could delay in

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Where are we on impeachment?

AM Joy

04:37 min | 1 year ago

Where are we on impeachment?

"It is a very very dangerous time and there's really no oversight that can fix it. There's no judicial the I didn't know judicial means to stop and the only way is through impeachment and I think this report just puts puts the onus really front and center in front of the House of Representatives to take it goes articles up that was former Justice Department spokesperson Matt Miller on the Rachel Maddow show with meat last night making clear that of all the potential impeachable offenses offenses against Donald Trump. It really doesn't get any worse than what was revealed by a national security whistleblower this week trump not just for the whistleblower but also according to his own attorney. Rudy Giuliani is literally doing the same thing. The Muller reports says he did with Russia soliciting help for his reelection from a foreign country in this case Ukraine a country that has part of its territory under Russian occupation right now as we speak in an op Ed for the Washington Post former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal and George Conway lawyer and husband of White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway wrote that if trump did that it would be the ultimate ultimate impeachable act unlike the allegations of conspiracy with Russia before the two thousand sixteen election these concerns these concerns trump's actions as president president not as a private citizen and his exercise of presidential powers over foreign policy with Ukraine moreover with Russia at least there was an attempt to to get the facts through the Mueller investigation here. The White House is trying to shut down the entire inquiry from the start depriving not just the American people but even congressional intelligence committees of necessary information and yet on Friday when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was confronted with all the outrage surrounding trump and the whistleblower complaint that his administration continues to withhold from Congress in violation of law by the way she still didn't budge you're describing ving potential acts of law breaking and many people here that and say if Congress does not pursue impeachment. Does it forever change the standard of what is acceptable behavior by any president. I don't know about lawbreaking said we don't have the information. I don't want to suggest that I said that because we we don't have the information while others may speculate. I have to go on the basis of the law and the facts and that's we're decisions will be made so why even with people's heads literally exploding that trump is now committing same collusion Robert Muller investigators found but this time as president why why won't Democratic Leadership Support Impeachment now as I've said before on this show it comes down to the numbers to the question of whether Pelosi has the democratic votes to to get an impeachment through the house and the fact that the speakers clear sole concern is keeping the House majority in democratic hands and that means her only focus this is those conservative leaning House Democrats who won in trump district and whether they will give her the votes even now with trump define congress defying the law and in the position to meet out retribution to this whistle blower through his conciliatory and the Justice Department Attorney General William Barr now we on the show reached reached out to a number of conservative. Democrats some of them are on the record of posing impeachment and some who are not either way to see if they would come to the show today come on the air and answer the question of whether on this issue that is about national security which presumably is important to them and their right of center senator constituents whether they would now give their party the votes on impeachment they all declined to come on the show and by the way any moderate or conservative Democrat who's willing to explain Blaine to our viewers why they don't support the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment inquiry in the face of alarms about our national security raised about the president of the United States from from within the intelligence community. They are always welcome to come on this show and explain their opposition they can actually call right now because the question is if if national security is not compelling enough to garner enough democratic votes for impeachment of the President if defying Congress and defying the law are not enough within within what is joining me now political contributor Timothy l O'Brien Tar Dell Dell President of the Teradata del Group. MSNBC contributor in former US attorney Barbara mcquade Jeff houser founder and director of the revolving door project MSNBC contributor and former US attorney Joyce Vance and Jill wine banks former assistant Watergate special the prosecutor.

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DTG Pyrotechnics President, Dion Diehl, Talks About His Start in Pyrotechnics

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

12:23 min | 1 year ago

DTG Pyrotechnics President, Dion Diehl, Talks About His Start in Pyrotechnics

"Us today is dion deal. He's <hes> the president of we called d._t. Pyro and going to talk to us about some things we saw it or venture this year deanne welcome. Thank you hello everyone well. It's really really really glad to have you with your appreciate your making the time to time to come in so let's <hes> before we get to the things we saw ventures or what goes into that. I'm going to start a little a bit with your background when somebody works in pyrotechnics professionally. There's <hes> there's an immediate assumption that we know a lot about you you. You were a terrible kid. You were always lighting. Things on fire takes like that is. Can you dispel that myth a little bit or how does somebody get into that that line of work. I like to think that was a little a little bit more responsible with my irresponsibility. As as a child i won't i won't lie ahead <hes> <hes> some experimentation z- <hes> when i was younger which kind of cultivated the spirit within me i guess where i'm from <hes> i'm from originally from georgia and my dad was a police officer and so <hes> fireworks at the time where illegal <hes> in georgia which made the the desire to get my hands on them as a a young boy <hes> even more exciting <hes> my personality type you know you remember the cap guns when your kid with the role of caps. Oh absolutely i didn't shoot it. Does what the gun i. I begged him with a hammer paper ones right before they went to the plastic brings exactly exactly so. I smell them right now. You know there's there's definitely only some of that. There was a desire when i was a kid to <hes> you know have fun with the all the things that were exciting as i imagine most boys. Are you know loud. Loud noises bright flashes big bang's. You know all of that stuff is exciting and so when the when i was a kid i got my hands hands on bottle rockets and <hes> you know saturn missiles those types of things as everyone else but <hes> is your dad going to be listening to this as he still no he. He's not with us anymore more but <hes> no no worries he was very resistant to providing me with fireworks as they were illegal at the time and my dad was very particular about following the law <hes> and so <hes> you know like everywhere else across the country come fourth of july or new year's eve fireworks are just around sure even in the states that are prohibitive and <hes> i snuck away and and i think my dad <hes> when he was not working he he wasn't concerned about what was going on in the neighborhood and i think he knew what we were doing to some degree. Maybe not to the scale but we had a lot of fun as a child and empire certainly started very young so this is a this is fascinating for me because it's you know it's an area. I'm just wildly. Ignorant is there is they. They were school that you go to is there. Is there a place that you go to train. Is it more of an apprenticeship sort of thing how do you how do you go from. I like these things that go boom to making it a career rear. <hes> somewhat of it's mostly apprenticeship based <hes> community <hes> that's changed quite a bit over the last decade <hes> and progresses this is <hes> to where it's becoming more formalized education certifications. I <hes> formerly was involved with the p._g._a. Which is the pyrotechnics guild international which which is kind of a similar to maybe you're casts. Oh <hes> as a private group that has started up to try to regulate the community and bring safety standards and operational standards across the board and p._g. Has developed course over the last maybe fifteen years i get involved with the local club and became a certified trainer. <hes> through the process well. I i should take a step back. I took the course and became certified in that <hes> <hes> but i also became a trainer and i've certified probably well over four hundred five hundred pirate technicians in the region <hes> as an educator with the program <hes> <hes> and teaching people to do that but how i got introduced to it <hes> was much more organic. It wasn't really something that i targeted <hes> i i ran a normal daytime job <hes> at the time period and <hes> when <hes> pyro was a hobby it was something that started <hes> you know doing the backyard shows for for friends but there was a love for it so we take everything two hundred ten percent me and my my buddies and so <hes> we didn't want to just do regular back backyard shows we wanted to do gran iran displays and and synchronize things and take it to a whole different level than i think just lighting one fees at a time and <hes> it's funny honey so there was a a local or there is a local fireworks store in green bay wisconsin <hes> that we would we would go to <hes> and patronize and learned over the years are pooling of our moneys and stuff for our shows. You know we would buy a substantial amount of fireworks every year. We'd increase it increase it. At least arstan arstan. Gina was five six hundred dollars one year than twelve hundred dollars and the more people you get involved and we'd grow the show he kept building and <hes> i actually have a background background electro mechanical engineering and <hes> so for me again like i was saying earlier not real exciting for me to just light one fees fees at a time i wanna light the same effect in five different positions and i wanted to be perfectly synchronized and so <hes> i built my own electronics to do this and this is you know in my late teens. <hes> you know when we started doing this and <hes> you know that desire just to kind of push the limits in and do cooling creative things <hes> was a big push and that local store actually introduced us to wisconsin club because they saw that there was a passion there that was deeper than just your regular consumer but as a quick aside <hes> i've been wisconsin resident resident for about ten years now and something i noticed noticed very soon after moving here is that we wisconsin i love fireworks we will we will have fireworks shows for any occasion. I think it was. I driven home. When i saw a saint patrick's day fireworks show that was all green <hes> here in oshkosh shortly after i moved in their fireworks stores all over the place. It seemed to be the open year round. It's fascinating part of the culture <hes> it did that have anything to do. You start at in georgia. How did you get to wisconsin. Did you hear there's a lot of fireworks here. That's where i gotta be. No at that time i was looking for a life change. I was young. I was seventeen and and really trying to explore you know my <hes> individualism and pyro wasn't really a part of the thought process at the time <hes> and and that brought me up to wisconsin in in your correct something that's unique to know. Is that in you know about the pyro community here in wisconsin. It's bigger than you think. I think it is. <hes> wisconsin actually has the largest <hes> licensed pyrotechnics per capita than anywhere else in the united states and a lot of that is supported by similar to icaza a great local club here the wisconsin pyrotechnic guard skilled that helps foster <hes> of that and so <hes>. There's definitely eh something unique and special about wisconsin. I don't know if it's the long winters in the exciting. Let's get out and have some fun in the summer and so <hes> people take things to a whole different level. Oh you know when they have to unleash all that built up <hes> excitement <hes> but wisconsin is definitely a very pyro friendly state absolutely yeah. I'm from connecticut connecticut and don't quote me on this. I seem to remember like a big deal. When i was a kid was that sparklers finally became a legal in connecticut that was that was the big stuff that we talk doc so and you were lucky because in georgia when i was a kid they didn't even allow those no snakes snakes. No no they were boring. They were very very boring back. Then i mean no offense to anybody out there who might be in the snake business but those those are the the ridiculous little pellets l._s._u. Let him on fire and just ask squirts out and you do those as a kid because that's the that's one of the things your parents might let you do if they won't let you like the good stuff. If you're deprived arrived at your whole life then it's really excited so yes well like i said i grew up in connecticut. I'm kind of a late comer to wha air venture. I've really only been going since i've been on staff here <hes> for the last seven years but <hes> tells a little bit about the <hes> the history of the fireworks show at venture. I i know that we it's coordinated with the night air. Show the these days does predate that. That's what's your experience <hes>. It was always a the the night air show i believe was introduced or reintroduced in two thousand ten here in oshkosh and it was immediate. <hes> that that we started doing fireworks at that time <hes> i had pursued you know we're from green bay wisconsin so we're only an hour away from oshkosh and <hes> i knew about air adventure. I actually knew about air venture since i was a kid <hes> back in georgia. My dad talked about it quite a bit really and yeah and it's oh my gosh. I should say this. It's so surprising how many people even locally here have not been to era venture <hes> when i was hearing about it back in georgia thousand miles miles away is that it has a worldwide draw but it's is he said it is it is amazing. I think if you have any interest in aviation than you you can say adventure or more more likely you can say oshkosh right to any aviation group anywhere in the world than what you're talking about but but sometimes you do have people right here in the in the backyard who are obviously very aware of it but people don't often think you know like a like a tourist and their own hometown. The sometimes missed the things that happened right there similar to the snakes availability. I think if it's available sometimes you may say i'll get to that or or you know pushed off to an opportune time <hes> <hes> but <hes> you know going back. I i had pursued e._a. For about maybe five years <hes> trying to get my foot in the door to talk about what would i've had a vision for <hes> for bringing fireworks into the night air show and it was it was difficult <hes> at the time and just by a good connection that was a gentleman that i used to work for ya think in the marketing division matt miller and i worked with matt on other programs <hes> you know for that he was doing oshkosh irish fest which hopefully awfully might have been the one you saw. I think it was yeah. We're mapping very involved in those doing a fireworks for that and he ended up connecting me up with tom. Pope resnick and joe schumacher <hes> at the time schumacher was dead air director and we had a conversation and <hes> they had reasonable concerns <hes> <hes> about bringing introducing fireworks into an airspace. It's it's a very difficult <hes> thing to accomplish and we were setting new standards to work within within the airshow box not doing our show outside of the airshow box and so a lot of new ground kind of had to be broken and a lot of trust head to be built <hes> between us in your organization to attempt at for the first time in two thousand ten <hes> and at that time they only did one night air show <hes> in fact. I don't think they switched to night. Air shows <hes> until twenty twelve at sounds outright. We added the wednesday show yeah right and in through the process through building of trust in discovering bring <hes> different opportunities working with dennis dunbar as well since he's taken over after joe <hes> we've discovered new opportunities and he's where we can introduce pyrotechnics into the various events of the night air show not just a culminating <hes> you know pie fireworks finale but also in other aspects that you've seen maybe this year with red line twin tigers <hes> ghost rider <hes> we did some performances during those times also during the daytime we also did pyrotechnics for eight your <hes> so the really really exciting busy year going from that from just a nighttime display to to you.

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Deutsche Bank Reports Big Loss as Overhaul Costs Bite

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Deutsche Bank Reports Big Loss as Overhaul Costs Bite

"Now we've been hearing about don't your bank's earnings this morning Germany's biggest lender lost three point two billion euros in the second quarter a big in that loss than previously indicated trading revenue until it should drop twelve percent in the second quarter as it again under performed its biggest US rifles well the company's CFO James von Moltke spoke to Bloomberg's Matt Miller we're working together to execute on the restructuring just as quickly as we can and with that execution comes the accounting recognition of the steps we've taken this quarter we're recognizing about three point four billion of costs associated with the transformation those are blowhard by and large non cash charges DTA impairments goodwill impairments and software intangibles that we're also in parents so we get a good portion of of the of the accounting impact already behind us in the second quarter in the balance of the year we're working now to take severance and restructuring charges in the second half as we execute on the restructuring they'll be some real estate charges and some incremental DTH charges in the year so we're expecting probably another two billion of of of these related charges over the coming several quarters of two quarters in particular what percentage of the job cuts teasing you can get done in this year I mean clearly that's a big portion of the cost so how many can you get out of the work it's a steady gradual process and and it's affecting pretty much all areas of the firm and all geographies we're working as quickly as possible but also trying to execute on this is sensitively as possible given it's affecting the lives of our colleagues and and and friends but we're actually just as quickly as we can we've notified about nine hundred staff already associated principally with the with the equity sales and trading business there either leaving or have left or leaving here in near term the platform the capitol release unit is well under way in terms of execution on the de leveraging staffs organizing itself under new management team and also moving to again reduce that the head count associated with the businesses that were either exiting or significantly reducing so we're we're well advance frankly for for two and a half weeks and but it's a process that we now need to to focus on and continue steadily for the next several quarters and frankly years but you have a head count idea what costs are you any if we constantly nineteen we have some internal targets absolutely I'm what we said externally was was that continue to be below ninety thousand that's something we intend to to achieve and hopefully go as deep into the to the high eighties as possible what we don't want to give a specific targeted at this stage for a for a number of reasons one thing that as you you may see going on and we've talked about overtime was internalization so we are continuing to internalize prickly technology jobs I'm in the ongoing businesses that type of activity will continue so it's a bit of an admin flow hence the you know the the reluctance to be pinned down on a very specific target number for for the next couple you mention the equity sales and trading business that was down thirty two percent the fixed income business was down only four percent and those numbers as big as they are compare not so unfavorably to your peers on the street why did you do better than expected I agree so so our fix franchise actually performed quite well I think in the environment and and relative to peers that four percent is reported it's about down eleven percent if you exclude the trade web game which also a number of our our peers had and within that frankly rates performed reasonably this is a no solidly our credit franchise was was up year on year and and so we were quite encourage frankly with the performance in in many of our of our rates businesses Hey armor fanfic fixed income and currencies businesses I will say obviously equities is down significantly that reflects both the restructuring that we we executed last year and also as you'd expect some of the uncertainty that played out during the quarter as the market and frankly clients and employees were anticipating some element of of restructuring to come and that was the Deutsche Bank CFO James when mocha speaking to Bloomberg's Max Miller in

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Is Amazon making any money from Prime Day?

Bloomberg Surveillance

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Is Amazon making any money from Prime Day?

"Watch some in in London with this right now on Amazon prime day man John Farrow took me to task tide pods laundry detergent is usually thirty to fifty eight and they're giving it away to John for all right now for twenty two dollars seventy nine cents that's like you know thirty percent off thirty five percent how do they do that map block somewhere they make any money on Amazon prime day when John Farrell gets out the Bloomberg charge card yeah well may be known as much as they usually do but also I mean I think that's gonna be a mix of Amazon and the Browns and sells promoting the stuff I for me I think this these two days as it now is farmers and is much more about raising profile of the prime membership because there have been a whole bunch of studies that show that prime members spend way more on the platform the non prime members I think the last research I saw suggested was about fourteen hundred dollars a year on average for prime member compact about six hundred dollars for non prime members say the more people they can get state prime memberships is going to be better in the long term for business I think taking a beyond just the retail stuff when you've got this in the apple pushing into TV in the coming months you know it's kind of more important for the kind of broad a range of services they're offering to eat so Matthew I mean it's not just Amazon it seems like in a wal Mart's got a big sales day blitz target we know Ali Baba from China's got their singles day there's a lot of competition out there on the retail sales how does Amazon fairing yeah we can we can I think I think that they're doing pretty good mean I guess what yeah if you look at is in sales through the year Q. two isn't a big split it still key for whether you get that real big retell blip into Christmas I think this is kind of helpful for them from a kind of momentum perspective but it's not the be all and end all on us I think for them it's more about just kind of raising profile of the prime concept but overseas successful enough that you've had these big brown this Walmart and everybody else feel that they need to do something because that gonna suffer more pain from the success thousand jets if they don't do something so I think that's props more the sense of how the how much kind of retail foot full they kind of socket on these couple of days some of you I know it it's big here Amazon prime this big here in the U. S. gives a sense of what it's like in the UK and Europe so for sure you can yeah it's it's pretty big I mean you know over the weekend huge amount of advertising yeah on kind of radio print ready making people aware of these this couple days in the kind of office you can get I'd say let's let's say props on the continent just because you know Amazon on the whole kind of online shopping thing is is is a little bit behind as it as it often is on these things there were talking to Matt Miller in Berlin idea today and you know he didn't really get the sense of being a huge amount of promotion in Germany on this one so if official the U. K. as big a big deal let's say props on the continent but it's still important to their elasticity in raising the annual fee on prime I mean when the sell side or Bloomberg intelligence looks at what is it ninety nine dollars a year yeah I think you sound I think it might be a hundred twenty now okay so they can creep in it yeah right do we know where their limit is where the social women is on that price my answer is we don't have a clue I don't think we do I mean for so we don't actually know how many customers they've they've got on prominent I think lost it just pays a set the about a four hundred million globally so you know we don't have any talk the mystic modifications to me is still seems like amazingly good value now as a in the U. K. it costs seventy nine pounds for the year for which you get you

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Matt Miller discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Matt Miller discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"And finding now some hopeful matt miller scientists believe they have found a cure for boldness software they use stem cells to create natural looking hey the study on mice involved human cells being attached to a special scaffold to help them grow straight there essentially in the u._s. say it could be a critical breakthrough in the treatment of

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For Stricken Boeing, Paris Air Show Is About More Than Jet Sales

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05:06 min | 1 year ago

For Stricken Boeing, Paris Air Show Is About More Than Jet Sales

"The fifty third international Peres air show takes place next week dominating the conversation will likely be the grounding of Boeing, seven thirty-seven max, and what that means for the aerospace industry for more. Let's head to Berlin and bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor Matt Miller, this airshow is likely to be very different for Boeing rather than review. Plans for a new airline model, which may now be on hold. The aerospace giant will likely be fielding questions about one. It's grounded. 737 max is going to fly again, that's after a version of its best-selling plane was involved in two deadly accidents and five months earlier this year will competitor Airbus be able to capitalize and what concerns will the industry have over the rise in global trade tensions. For more, I'm joined in the Berlin studio by Bloomberg's Benedict camel. Benny? This is going to be a big deal at the airshow, obviously, all of these events have culminated into a really interesting competitive scenario. Yes. So this show will be different in many ways. It's always about competition. It's always about y'all. Indeed the entire industry. The commercial aviation industry is sort of viewed through the lens of Boeing. Culminates these shows somewhat tragic on the tone at this event is obviously, as you mentioned, the Boeing, max grounding. And the question is when if a toll will it come back into the what a customer saying, so this is really sort of the first public test of appetite for this plane will Boeing able to sort of regain the upper hand in the narrative, can they convince customers this is a plane. They should be ordering if we see any activity unusually these shows are the venue, law or the place if we see order activity from owing awful Boeing for the max, that's great news. If we don't see any that will really put them sort of on the defensive and Abbas, as you say might able to capitalize. Let's talk about I when this grounded plane is going to come back, 737 max. I've heard that Boeing is telling customers one thing and then telling an openly saying another thing what, what, what do we know about when it's going to come back. Well, the showed on. We, we don't know what it will come back Boeing has expressed confidence. Dennis. Ios had he liked to see the plane back by the end of the year, and that sort of gels with what the FAA the regulator in the US is saying the question is what will other right around the world do about this? Remember when the plane was grounded is happening almost chaotic way the Chinese will cost the FAA was lost. And you might see a similar dynamic this time round that sort of a coordinated effort to bring the plane back on instead, some regulators might say, not so fast. We want to make some tests us ourselves. We think you'll rushing this so before the end of the air is probably the hopefulness option from Boeing on the FAA. But it might take longer and the longer, it takes the mall at opens sort of a flak, that's Alison slip into a lot of consumers are. Are happier now to hear from their carrier that they're flying on an Airbus vehicle, obviously because of the worries about the safety of the seven thirty seven max is Airbus, going to be able to capitalize that have already been able to capitalize on that not so far on this sort of an unwritten rule in the aviation. Well, that if a plane crashes tone, sort of capitalize at least publicly from, from the misfortunes of your rival, so Abbas has been very public and say, look, safety fussed, and that sort of an industry mantra. And with the loss, people, the company to them sort of public capitalize on this, but as you say, maybe the max is, as a product sort of mortally wounded, maybe people will say, I don't want to fly on this plane anymore. What about I mean, aside from that issue? There's environmental concerns, obviously, about the carbon creation, but also concerns about congestion traffic too many planes in the sky and Sweden as a movement called fluke com, which is sort of a. Shaming people into not flying. So whether that will become a global phenomenon who knows. But you do see people asking. Okay. Maybe I shouldn't take this plane for an in and out to London all down to Frank, thought, maybe I should take the train on travel a toll so there is a bit of a movement going on and indeed. We all heading into a period where we will probably see a lot of lot of congestion. There are still too many competitors out this capacity. We have the low cost carriers like EasyJet light Ryan whiz. But we also have the Afra, NCIS Lufthansa's and so on all vying for this fairly short this market, and we saw a lot of delays lost. Yeah. Ready this yeah, it looks as we might face similar Benedict Comal. Thanks very much for

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German bank merger crumbles as Deutsche Bank tie-up talks with Commerzbank end

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:04 min | 1 year ago

German bank merger crumbles as Deutsche Bank tie-up talks with Commerzbank end

"Let's start with the main event. A big story this morning, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank. The talks are Hoover. I want to bring in Bloomberg's Matt Miller to get up. To speed on the end of merger talks. What broken well Berlin has been against this really from from day one with the exception of the finance ministry, Olaf Scholtz and his deputy your cookies were really the driving force behind these talks to begin with. But as soon as people started talking about thirty to forty thousand job cuts as a result. It just was it just was a bad look for everybody here and Anglo miracle and the rest of the and the rest of the powerful politicians in the capital fought against it. So from Deutsche Bank perspective, it was just at least what they said this morning, it just proved to be too expensive and too complex to pull off. But from a political perspective, it just wasn't gonna fly so coma. Spanked potentially have got other downspouts we've seen in the news. I and cheer interested. We've seen in the news several reports that only credit is said to be interested as well. Where does it leave? What you back, man. Yeah. I actually asked. To the CFO James von Moltke this today because obviously by stepping out of the running to buy Commerce Bank. They leave themselves open to competition in the future. If someone else comes in buys Commerce Bank. They can get big in Germany, listen to what on mulkey told me. Yes, we do envisage over time that industry consolidation will take place in Europe, and the dodger bunk wants to be part of that the timing and the specific form of that obviously remains to be seen. We've talked a lot about doing our homework to continue executing on our plans executing on the restructuring of the company and the improvement in our shareholder returns. So not only did they discuss the facts that Commerce Bank could become really serious competition. If they get taken over by European competitor. They do want to stay in the consolidation of European banks going forward just not right now

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"matt miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"matt miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Oh, one for the kids, the kids kids, even money, your you. You're the kid. How horrifying? Okay. Fund show, Sam amick, John crock. Matt Miller Pete Holmes. I've been told it it's not our less show. As a matter of fact, we have some very good news on all of that front to let you know about hopefully short order tomorrow show. Here's a card there. It is. Yeah. Four more fun guests, we a- Daniel, Jeremiah phones in from Indianapolis. Bryner lacquer phones. And he wants to talk about some business thing that he's doing air. I mean, I don't know. Do I tell them just for you know, what's giggles, I'm interested in restoring you got one thousand. Yeah. Tim from deal Braga two for one cheese me. Forget about you. I think we dangled a carrot see what up and then to in studio guests Aaron Jones of the Green Bay Packers will be here, which means he will step outside to help us time forty yard dashes of AT and T employees who have the guts to run. Some guy exploded his suit jacket last year. And we got a guy from the good doctor who will be here. Even though he doesn't play. I don't think he really knows much medical stuff. Richard Schiff from the west wing back in the day and the good doctor on ABC dollars a Hugh ballers, right? He's a huge baseball fan. Huge. So maybe it would be fitting. If only Brian Bryce Harper doesn't facts on tomorrow. We'll keep an eye on all of that NFL dot com slash run..

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Baker Mayfield Fires Back at Analyst for Questioning Quarterback Success at Oklahoma

WAOK Programming

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Baker Mayfield Fires Back at Analyst for Questioning Quarterback Success at Oklahoma

"And Baker Mayfield actually got into it with the reporter. It was this whole story with Baker Mayfield. And the reporter that he got into it yesterday was wild. He's defending calamari who he knows very well with the Oklahoma relationship, but a reporter Matt Miller at NFL draft scout on Twitter, he's that NFL draft analyst for Bleacher report host of the stick to football guy would assume is a podcast but Baker Mayfield responded to a tweet that Matt Miller wrote which was I texted an area scout does watching Tyler Murray. Make you wonder how much of Baker success was coaching. The reply was I'd be bleeping bricks right now. And Baker Mayfield saw that took offense to it on Twitter and said Lincoln is the best coach in the country talking about Lincoln Riley, but you're ignorant, if you think Cuyler isn't talented, pure, ignorance, not your I take that shows your lack of actual knowledge a little Zing by the backup quarterback. But the future starting quarterback of the Cleveland Browns, they hope to and that laundry list of terrible starting quarterback for the Cleveland. Browns. Baker Mayfield taking a little shot NFL

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Euro rally analysis and global currencies

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Euro rally analysis and global currencies

"A surprise to our meeting on saturday with kim in a bid to keep the summits on track asia markets relatively steady on the back of that news to pan closed up about one tenth of a percent with the nikkei that the hang seng index carney up about six tenths of a percent whereas the shanghai called has been losing a bit of ground in the past hour down about three tenths of sent at the moment we're also keeping keanae on currencies today in particular the euro which has been rallying this morning after the italian president rejected the populist choice for a year skeptic candidate as a finance minister said your mozzarella's saying this is for the good of the country euro dollar currently up about half a percent euroyen harbor down about six tenths of upset sterling however up about two tenths of a percent also do keep an eye on the leyritz extending gains two point two percent against the dollar also the indonesian rupee rupiahs climbing it's speculation of another interest rate hike by the central bank they're also keep an eye on commodities in particular brands and wgla crude both again extending losses wti down around sixty six dollars a barrel this off to saudi arabia and russia proposed easing output cubs often eliminating that inventory samples at sparked the biggest price crash in a generation now you're off today told the markets that was a bloomberg business flash let's get back to some more of our holiday programming where we're taking a closer look at this policy earning season in particular healthcare store stocks have gained quite significantly this past quarter amid a flurry of deal making notable moves includes nafie outbidding rival novo nordisk by ab links for four point eight billion dollars japan's takeda pharmaceutical meanwhile had to put in five bids before securing a sixty two billion dollar deal for drug shire in germany meanwhile pharma and seeds company by is still pushing to close its sixty six billion dollar purchase of agra chemical firm monsanto to lots going on in that sector now see a van of bowman spoke to daybreak europe anchors guy johnson and matt miller as by a cut its forecast for the year citing currency effects i'm happy to.

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Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa honored for setting new world record for riding 80-foot wave

The Dan Patrick Show M

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa honored for setting new world record for riding 80-foot wave

"Where are you going howard and he goes i'm out of here it was howard porter walking out the door first round pick by the chicago bulls i'm going man this a crazy league crazy league but jerry west as you would expect jerry west with beautiful penmanship go around the room that's worse for the weekend fritzy what did you learn today what i learned i'm sorry your best best with the dodgers riding the giants saturday two thousand twelve world series mvp pablo sandoval moves from third base to the mound to pitch a perfect ninth inning no hits on eleven pitches they found a new closer pablo sandoval worst game six in utah friday night paul george five points six turnovers carmelo anthony seven points russell westbrook stat line included to run ins with jazz fans not good paulie would you learn the worrying best in the world surf league which i didn't know there was one the w s l says rodriguez cokes has ridden the biggest wave ever surfed back in november eighth in portugal he's from brazil and portugal he wrote a wave that they estimate is eighty feet high that breaks beats record of seventy eight feet by american garrett mcnamara in two thousand eleven you nailed it good video and the other best of the weekend is shape patterson the former quarterback at ole miss will be eligible to play for michigan the season i don't really carry the way but he wears number twenty at quarterback which i love it's very like paul crew burt reynolds longest yard any quarterback who wears a twenty or in the twenty s were big fans doug flutie see new connor best and worst andrew that's going to have a big impact on your future mock draft by the way oh patterson playing that just shook up everything he's at number twelve matt miller is go ahead sorry i digress my best and worst is actually the same thing just over the weekend a website called the ten and three dot com released the most miserable sports city the two thousand eighteen edition and so what they do is they create a misery score which basically calculates.

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"matt miller" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"matt miller" Discussed on Pardon My Take

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