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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Video is much better, but you get the idea there was I don't have a cat got there and But immediately seem to somebody saw the cat Dangly grabbed American flag underneath it as if to catch it, and it kinda bounced off the flag. It wasn't a clean catch, but it was a good one, and that can't Is is alive and well today, that's I feel good news segment of the day. U. S. Marine. Retired colonel. Um MP Shenay has written a letter. To the president of United States. The commander in chief. And it's It's fairly long I posted on my social media over the weekend. So if you want to read the whole thing you can go there. I just wanted to get a couple of paragraphs for you. Any writes Dear Mr President, the 20th anniversary of that very dark day for America. I've never been embarrassed of my country before. I had, in fact, never been more proud of my country until a few weeks ago. Then he went into his family's Long service and Marine Corps. And he said, I was taught to respect those. I had the privilege to lead. To never put myself ahead of the Marines. There was my privilege to lead I don't doubt Your grief, Mr President, But I do doubt your ability to respect those that you have the privilege to lead. You may recall, Mr President. The accident of Sand Committee Island in July of 2022 claimed eight Marines and one sailor is lives. After seven month long investigation, all of those in the chain of command were relieved of duty. Everyone from the platoon commander, Lieutenant, the company commander, Captain, the battalion commander, Lieutenant Colonel and the EU commander, a colonel and the commanding general of the CF. A major general all Relieved of duty due to the loss and trust and confidence in the ability to command. My question to you, Mr President. Is what is your responsibility and accountability in this complete catastrophe of an exit in Afghanistan? Hi, sir, have lost any trust and confidence. In your ability to command This has been a debacle. National humiliation and disgrace. And the proper response is to clean out our leadership and military like we did after the Bay of Pigs. And make sure the replaced with people who know how to do their jobs. When will you our investigation, Mr. President begin to one travel, complete disregard for those magnificent people whom you have the privilege to lead. Not at least 13 Americans are dead. And will fighting a war. Mark while fighting wars should say but while trying to leave, leave one He concludes in the final paragraph of his letter. Saying. Whatever your views on the war in Afghanistan, we probably agree on one thing. It should not have ended this way. My flag remains at half staff through this 9 11 anniversary. And I am saddened to say That I have never been embarrassed of my country. And until there's a pathetic display of my president a few weeks ago. Respectfully. United States Marine Corps retired colonel MP shiny State 49 listen to Casey and company. I'm attorney Michael Friedman. And we're excited to be fully back in business. Although.

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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Double G U C B M. And you wcbm Weather Channel forecast is going to be hot, humid and sunny today with a high of 92 pretty much the same for tomorrow, with the chance of thunderstorms High will be in the low nineties. And right now we're 70 and moral and 75 in Baltimore City, and a lot of people wondering as to what's going on with the Supreme Court. We've been wondering for quite some time was Trust Chief Justice John Roberts. Was he compromised? Uh, I believe he is. But we've also seen some puzzling, uh, rulings by Justice Gorsuch, a Trump appointee. By all Justice Kavanaugh, a Trump appointee and by Justice Amy Coney Barrett, a Trump appointee, as well as the only reliable conservatives right now seem to be Justice Thomas And justice Alito, uh so again, and that is two out of the six that allegedly dominate the Supreme Court. Justice. Breyer said over the weekend an interview with Chris Wallace that the Trump election lawsuits didn't fit the Supreme Court's criteria. But he wouldn't explain what that criteria was. So again, That is something that is a very interesting statement, Uh, if a presidential election where there's allegations of election fraud where states have the right To determine their election laws, not the federal government, and when those states violate the constitution. Both the federal and their state's constitution. I would pretty much think that's a slam dunk. When it comes to criteria. So I don't know what justice Breyer is referencing to because Chris Wallace didn't follow up on that question, But he did say He's opposed to Democrats packing the court. Quote. If one party could do it, I guess another party could do. It seems to me you start changing all those things around and people will lose trust in the court, and of quote I don't think will lose trust in the court is the operative phase. I think people have lost trust in the court. I think people overall have lost trust in federal government and federal agencies like the CDC, like the FDA. So far, the military still retains a high level of trust because of the rank and file, but our military leadership is heading down that rabbit hole where the CDC is now. And the FDA. And, of course the I. R s is never. It's one of the police like agencies for obvious reasons and in federal government, But the reason why I wanted to do this segment was Because of what Justice Amy Coney, Barrett said. Over the weekend in an interview. And she said This is the a lecture hosted by the University of Louisville's McConnell Center. And she said that justice is quote must be hyper vigilant to make sure they're not letting personal biases creep in their decisions. Since judges are people too. End of quote. And I find that fascinating. Because when you taken off as a Supreme Court justice, you taken off to follow the Constitution, not public opinion. Not what people think about you personally. Yeah, or what people think about the court Justice. Roberts has said that in the past about how people perceive the court, it's important to him though again. You take an oath, no grand. You're not supposed to let your personal Biases affect your decisions. But what does that saying? If you have to be hyper vigilant because you're worried about public opinion of the court that you may be massaging or manipulating your rulings or your opinions? Based on public opinion. That is a violation of your oath. That is a violation of the Constitution. I got to tell you some very alarming to hear, Uh, Amy Coney Barrett. Was being touted. Of course it was a Mitch McConnell. He wanted her on the court. Very, very, uh, My dearly Amount Now we may see why That's not their job to pay attention to the public. It's not their job to worry about what the reaction of the public or the media or anybody else for that matter might be. It's their job to interpret the Constitution from a textural originalist form how our founding fathers wrote it. And now we see what the problem is, is we have politicians and not justices. Day 29 losses. Michael Friedman there for you, 24 7. If you ever involved in a serious accident, resulting in serious injury, you should get serious legal representation. Why? Because it's important and don't try to do this on your own. So many people do try it and fail miserably to the point where Michael has told me he's talked to people that have kind of butchered their very own claims in cases, so don't try it..

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"michael friedman" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"So in this novel we start off on the titular planet x planet zolia which is x. Ha l. a. One of the things. I was really loved about the star. Trek novels is that you had a chance to go really in-depth on other planets that you didn't get on the tv show. And we're introduced to arid savar young man who's about to go on his adulthood journey and as he is wrecking through the wilderness. He is hit with his mutant power. He all of a sudden gains a mutant power and we find out that twenty two year olds specifically twenty two year. Olds all over. Dea are starting to manifest some sort of power there are muted sorry transformed. They're called the trance formed. There are transformed all over the planet and they are all rounded up an imprisoned which is not great. And then you have the houston. Rabble-rouser be transformed rebel. Rouser rohatyn making some valid points. He kind of is like just straight up. Zoli megido right. Yes one hundred percent. I mean other than his powers like earthshaking but yeah he's talks about how they they shouldn't be confined and imprisoned which is absolutely true and then he breaks out of prison and decides that he should be their leader which is a lot less true and he kills one of the mutants who opposes him which is very bad. That's what you have to do when you have super powered people making valid points. You have to have them be evil so that you know you don't question things too much. We see it in the m. c. You and again you. The villain gets too sympathetic. Have them randomly murder someone for no good reason especially one of their allies. Yes so the transformed take over a city in zelda called fair dean and i actually pulled out a quote from the novel here that just really says out loud the point of the novel chancellor knotted do whatever you have to do and keep in mind. We are no longer dealing with a group of innocence. They have become capable of violence even if it is we who are responsible for that change in them and they must be treated. Accordingly definitely puts the in the planet yes. Meanwhile back on the enterprise Michael friedman places in time really nicely by telling us these are dangerous times with the dominion an ever present threat so we know right in the middle of the dominion war from deep space nine and we get to see what it was that the mutants were looking at in shock when they landed at the end of the comic. A cargo bay. Not a cargo bay cargo bay. My god boxes yeah. It's full of boxes. Boxes that contain time hooks. Did i just miss this. In the comic book they keep referring to the device that let them travel through time as time hope but they were called krono. Compasses in the comic right. Yes okay just checking. Maybe it's like a kleenex versus tissues. Kind of thing like once the brand name ones the generic. Possibly although i suspect it's more like a the plot was hammered out and given to two people to write because they had four months to get it done and One of them changed it without telling the other. So in the cargo bay which is on star base eighty eight the newton's meet up with a security officer and they have another misunderstanding fight so there was something i found really disturbing the scene Which had nothing to do with the fight. But it was that upon like after learning that they're on a star base kidney phases through the walls and floor. Oh my god lie. there are probably electronic. Life support systems in those and we know from later in the novel that she shorts things out when she phases through them. She messes up the whole deck when she phases through the wall. Oh no yes. She does a lot of irresponsible phasing through sit. Just because it's convenient in this book. See i thought you were going to say that you were worried about her phasing possibly into space but no. That's much worse. She goes finding space. Oh okay well. I guess if you can control atoms and especially as long as she's in a nice cozy giant bullet. But we won't get to that part until way later in the podcast over on the enterprise e there is the ship is heading off to a strategy meeting with the klingons. Because we're in the middle of the dominion war and workers joining even though it should really be jazzy. But i won't get into that and he's sad but nobody is there to greet him but it's just because there's a surprise party forbid the observation loud it is adorable. Like i'm not gonna say this book it's everything right but it is so so charming and certain scenes and this is one of them at least for this non star trek familiar person adjust rewatch gallivant with my parents and all i could picture in the scene was gareth surprise party where he kills half the court. Oh no yeah that sounds about right but not in the novels in the novels warf is always a lot more like friendly than he is. Portrayed on the show i feel. Car gets a call.

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"michael friedman" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"It's not the way it should be. It's ruining the experience of trying to create on on-scene abso explained like the the the creation of museum kind of the services and the products. And how it all works and why. It's different compared to anything else like in the industry. Because i've i've demoted and for anyone who's listening And it's pretty interesting the fact that you're not assigning a room you're signing guest and that's that's where the cool i like that feature so i love to love to have you dive into that a little bit really kind of sought out as as this kind of app. That was going to sit on top of a pm mats and basically you have two components One was called the navigator. Basically kind of you know that was a way for you. Touch to kind of chat to the To the people in the hotel and kind of audio services and create a kind of timorese that you would actually have and then on the on the back end. Basically that would be a kind of tallest management software which we will the mazda And that in itself was the thing that was pulling out all of the information from the pms kind of surfacing it and then kind of saying you know this these are the main actions that you have to basically in order to solve this guy that was really the like mused version one basically And we just realized that like we couldn't communicate to the mets and we'd looked into we'd looked into the dogs we and it just it didn't wasn't structured because basically it kept on wanting to push you to the room and you'd have to basically kind of like tie yourself in knots to figure out we'll toss are associated with the room and there were no toss associated with a room because all the talks were associated with the customer not. That's basically for me. The crux of guests center city in the customer has needs. The customer has designs the customers have once and the the hotel was that to solve them and only one of them is the desire to action sleep. And that that is that is a fundamental sentece. That's why you hav bet you know but if you think about it if you're staying in a hotel for three days then you probably only need That service know thought of the time. And because that's seventy two hours twenty four hours basically eight hours per night. Basically is the time you're going to be sleeping or if it's a party hotel maybe it's like essentially it's let's say it's you and the rest time that's when not person is in your care but we as i tell you for some reason. Say we didn't care about that. We care about breadth. Paul we only care about like the amount of Heads in beds. Basically what happens with the room and every single thing is around the room and i'm just like no. It's he's a seventy two hours she. It's it's that is when this positive. Basically these on your property and i love also thinking about it through the lens of a tech company if you told any tech entrepreneur. You're going to have somebody on your website for twenty four hours. They'd be like oh my god. This is the greatest opportunity. I have somebody on my side onsite for twenty four hours. I can think of the greatest products some of that. I can actually sell them to that person. And they're going to find value in it and for some reason we kind of like we take essentially the sixteen hours and we just tossed them out the window. We like dots. That's hillary that's incidental but that's the crux of will they're actually had to. Do you know sixteen hours of pure value. It's eight hours of need but sixteen hours that you can create pure value and the way that we set up all systems and the way we set up our operations And the way that we think about it from an architectural point of view basically hotels is just for some reason those eight hours paramount to the experience. And i just think it's it's totally wrong and we need to get away from that model because also the sixteen hours represent a huge amount of value that you can actually kind of unlock And you know you you kind of tend to associate with the full service. Hotels dare able to actually kind of do that. But in my eye conception every single hotel can be full service hotel you know because every single full-service hotel can become a lifestyle. You know it. it's just about the calf of the customer and like i I also then like to bring it into the fact that there is so much untapped potential with hotels actually have a what the hell's the industry has because in the famous quote by Reed hastings Netflix's they say that they're only competition is sleep. Gels didn't even have that problem like you. It's baked twenty four hours. Living is baked into the business model and the so long we've just been costing sixteen hours. Aside basically saying read power is key. Yeah that's all we care about. And that's you know. All of our revenue management strategies. A going to be about you know selling that room at the right price and all of these different things and i. I just think that that's the good thing is that the The pandemic has kind of shown up the fallacy of basically of that model is And at the same time. I think it's kind of woke up a lot of people to actually say like well actually look does it. This huge untapped potential in terms of what we can actually kind of do for for a longer period of time and i. I think that that's when you when you start looking at is basically kind of managing this customer. And you're thinking about you know maybe not just the seventy two hours but maybe you want to kind of push yourself and say i want to kind of manage hundred and sixty hours of this parsons month. Basically how do i do that. And i think those are the interesting question. Basically that this industry can oscar out. Yeah everybody. I know i'm doing this again but to episodes go you heard michael friedman from skyro- on vacation rentals and i just have a quick message. Sky run vacation. Rentals offers a premium all in one solution for vacation rental business owners and homeowners. So those that want to own and manage their own vacation rental business can license. Sky runs software tools and consultations to operate their business locally with the power of a national resource. Anti community of industry experts homeowners at joined sky. Run get local staff to care for their homes. Twenty four seven and typically net fifteen sixty percent more revenue than any other property manager to learn more. You can go to skyrocket dot com again. That is s. k. y. r. u. n. dot com. Now back to the episode. As you're talking explaining all this stuff you're you're giving me more like flashback. Moments for my. I like i guess. Check in normal check in time was four o'clock. Checkout was eleven so he was checking out. I think it was like six or seven o'clock at night paying about two hundred dollars. One hundred ninety nine dollar rate type deal before tax and everything And he goes. He goes so what times check. I was eleven o'clock bump. Wow really as an oh. Yeah the normal. Checkout time's eleven. If you need a later one like let me know. I could probably work it out. And he goes so you're telling me i'm paying two hundred dollars for less than twenty hours and that was like i didn't know how to respond. I really didn't know how to respond to that brand new at the time. Do so like but you think about like as you're talking about your experience.

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"michael friedman" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"Kind of sought out as as this kind of app. That was going to sit on top of a pm mats and basically you have two components One was called the navigator. Basically kind of you know that was a way for you. Touch to kind of chat to the To the people in the hotel and kind of audio services and create a kind of timorese that you would actually have and then on the on the back end. Basically that would be a kind of tallest management software which we will the mazda And that in itself was the thing that was pulling out all of the information from the pms kind of surfacing it and then kind of saying you know this these are the main actions that you have to basically in order to solve this guy that was really the like mused version one basically And we just realized that like we couldn't communicate to the mets and we'd looked into we'd looked into the dogs we and it just it didn't wasn't structured because basically it kept on wanting to push you to the room and you'd have to basically kind of like tie yourself in knots to figure out we'll toss are associated with the room and there were no toss associated with a room because all the talks were associated with the customer not. That's basically for me. The crux of guests center city in the customer has needs. The customer has designs the customers have once and the the hotel was that to solve them and only one of them is the desire to action sleep. And that that is that is a fundamental sentece. That's why you hav bet you know but if you think about it if you're staying in a hotel for three days then you probably only need That service know thought of the time. And because that's seventy two hours twenty four hours basically eight hours per night. Basically is the time you're going to be sleeping or if it's a party hotel maybe it's like essentially it's let's say it's you and the rest time that's when not person is in your care but we as i tell you for some reason. Say we didn't care about that. We care about breadth. Paul we only care about like the amount of Heads in beds. Basically what happens with the room and every single thing is around the room and i'm just like no. It's he's a seventy two hours she. It's it's that is when this positive. Basically these on your property and i love also thinking about it through the lens of a tech company if you told any tech entrepreneur. You're going to have somebody on your website for twenty four hours. They'd be like oh my god. This is the greatest opportunity. I have somebody on my side onsite for twenty four hours. I can think of the greatest products some of that. I can actually sell them to that person. And they're going to find value in it and for some reason we kind of like we take essentially the sixteen hours and we just tossed them out the window. We like dots. That's hillary that's incidental but that's the crux of will they're actually had to. Do you know sixteen hours of pure value. It's eight hours of need but sixteen hours that you can create pure value and the way that we set up all systems and the way we set up our operations And the way that we think about it from an architectural point of view basically hotels is just for some reason those eight hours paramount to the experience. And i just think it's it's totally wrong and we need to get away from that model because also the sixteen hours represent a huge amount of value that you can actually kind of unlock And you know you you kind of tend to associate with the full service. Hotels dare able to actually kind of do that. But in my eye conception every single hotel can be full service hotel you know because every single full-service hotel can become a lifestyle. You know it. it's just about the calf of the customer and like i I also then like to bring it into the fact that there is so much untapped potential with hotels actually have a what the hell's the industry has because in the famous quote by Reed hastings Netflix's they say that they're only competition is sleep. Gels didn't even have that problem like you. It's baked twenty four hours. Living is baked into the business model and the so long we've just been costing sixteen hours. Aside basically saying read power is key. Yeah that's all we care about. And that's you know. All of our revenue management strategies. A going to be about you know selling that room at the right price and all of these different things and i. I just think that that's the good thing is that the The pandemic has kind of shown up the fallacy of basically of that model is And at the same time. I think it's kind of woke up a lot of people to actually say like well actually look does it. This huge untapped potential in terms of what we can actually kind of do for for a longer period of time and i. I think that that's when you when you start looking at is basically kind of managing this customer. And you're thinking about you know maybe not just the seventy two hours but maybe you want to kind of push yourself and say i want to kind of manage hundred and sixty hours of this parsons month. Basically how do i do that. And i think those are the interesting question. Basically that this industry can oscar out. Yeah everybody. I know i'm doing this again but to episodes go you heard michael friedman from skyro- on vacation rentals and i just have a quick message. Sky run vacation. Rentals offers a premium all in one solution for vacation rental business owners and homeowners. So those that want to own and manage their own vacation rental business can license. Sky runs software tools and consultations to operate their business locally with the power of a national resource. Anti community of industry experts homeowners at joined sky. Run get local staff to care for their homes. Twenty four seven and typically net fifteen sixty percent more revenue than any other property manager to learn more. You can go to skyrocket dot com again. That is s. k. y. r. u. n. dot com. Now back to the episode. As you're talking explaining all this stuff you're you're giving me more like flashback. Moments for my. I like i guess. Check in normal check in time was four o'clock. Checkout was eleven so he was checking out. I think it was like six or seven o'clock at night paying about two hundred dollars. One hundred ninety nine dollar rate type deal before tax and everything And he goes. He goes so what times check. I was eleven o'clock bump. Wow really as an oh. Yeah the normal. Checkout time's eleven. If you need a later one like let me know. I could probably work it out. And he goes so you're telling me i'm paying two hundred dollars for less than twenty hours and that was like i didn't know how to respond. I really didn't know how to respond to that brand new at the time. Do so like but you think about like as you're talking about your experience.

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"michael friedman" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"Because we kind of just jumped into this episode talking about your your journey getting into into muse but we never actually live talked about what music is on. The like is not just your normal like you said. It's kind of like our eminent in a more of a way. But it's not your normal property management software. So i want you to kind of explain like the founding moments of obviously you're going through this project with your your hotel and understanding that okay. This is just not how i want it. This is just not too complicated. It's not the way it should be. It's ruining the experience of trying to create on on-scene abso explained like the the the creation of museum kind of the services and the products. And how it all works and why. It's different compared to anything else like in the industry. Because i've i've demoted and for anyone who's listening And it's pretty interesting the fact that you're not assigning a room you're signing guest and that's that's where the cool i like that feature so i love to love to have you dive into that a little bit really kind of sought out as as this kind of app. That was going to sit on top of a pm mats and basically you have two components One was called the navigator. Basically kind of you know that was a way for you. Touch to kind of chat to the To the people in the hotel and kind of audio services and create a kind of timorese that you would actually have and then on the on the back end. Basically that would be a kind of tallest management software which we will the mazda And that in itself was the thing that was pulling out all of the information from the pms kind of surfacing it and then kind of saying you know this these are the main actions that you have to basically in order to solve this guy that was really the like mused version one basically And we just realized that like we couldn't communicate to the mets and we'd looked into we'd looked into the dogs we and it just it didn't wasn't structured because basically it kept on wanting to push you to the room and you'd have to basically kind of like tie yourself in knots to figure out we'll toss are associated with the room and there were no toss associated with a room because all the talks were associated with the customer not. That's basically for me. The crux of guests center city in the customer has needs. The customer has designs the customers have once and the the hotel was that to solve them and only one of them is the desire to action sleep. And that that is that is a fundamental sentece. That's why you hav bet you know but if you think about it if you're staying in a hotel for three days then you probably only need That service know thought of the time. And because that's seventy two hours twenty four hours basically eight hours per night. Basically is the time you're going to be sleeping or if it's a party hotel maybe it's like essentially it's let's say it's you and the rest time that's when not person is in your care but we as i tell you for some reason. Say we didn't care about that. We care about breadth. Paul we only care about like the amount of Heads in beds. Basically what happens with the room and every single thing is around the room and i'm just like no. It's he's a seventy two hours she. It's it's that is when this positive. Basically these on your property and i love also thinking about it through the lens of a tech company if you told any tech entrepreneur. You're going to have somebody on your website for twenty four hours. They'd be like oh my god. This is the greatest opportunity. I have somebody on my side onsite for twenty four hours. I can think of the greatest products some of that. I can actually sell them to that person. And they're going to find value in it and for some reason we kind of like we take essentially the sixteen hours and we just tossed them out the window. We like dots. That's hillary that's incidental but that's the crux of will they're actually had to. Do you know sixteen hours of pure value. It's eight hours of need but sixteen hours that you can create pure value and the way that we set up all systems and the way we set up our operations And the way that we think about it from an architectural point of view basically hotels is just for some reason those eight hours paramount to the experience. And i just think it's it's totally wrong and we need to get away from that model because also the sixteen hours represent a huge amount of value that you can actually kind of unlock And you know you you kind of tend to associate with the full service. Hotels dare able to actually kind of do that. But in my eye conception every single hotel can be full service hotel you know because every single full-service hotel can become a lifestyle. You know it. it's just about the calf of the customer and like i I also then like to bring it into the fact that there is so much untapped potential with hotels actually have a what the hell's the industry has because in the famous quote by Reed hastings Netflix's they say that they're only competition is sleep. Gels didn't even have that problem like you. It's baked twenty four hours. Living is baked into the business model and the so long we've just been costing sixteen hours. Aside basically saying read power is key. Yeah that's all we care about. And that's you know. All of our revenue management strategies. A going to be about you know selling that room at the right price and all of these different things and i. I just think that that's the good thing is that the The pandemic has kind of shown up the fallacy of basically of that model is And at the same time. I think it's kind of woke up a lot of people to actually say like well actually look does it. This huge untapped potential in terms of what we can actually kind of do for for a longer period of time and i. I think that that's when you when you start looking at is basically kind of managing this customer. And you're thinking about you know maybe not just the seventy two hours but maybe you want to kind of push yourself and say i want to kind of manage hundred and sixty hours of this parsons month. Basically how do i do that. And i think those are the interesting question. Basically that this industry can oscar out. Yeah everybody. I know i'm doing this again but to episodes go you heard michael friedman from skyro- on vacation rentals and i just have a quick message. Sky run vacation. Rentals offers a premium all in one solution for vacation rental business owners and homeowners. So those that want to own and manage their own vacation rental business can license. Sky runs software tools and consultations to operate their business locally with the power of a national resource. Anti community of industry experts homeowners at joined sky. Run get local staff to care for their homes. Twenty four seven and typically net fifteen sixty percent more revenue than any other property manager to learn more. You can go to skyrocket dot com again. That is s. k. y. r. u. n. dot com. Now back to the episode. As you're talking explaining all this stuff you're you're giving me more like flashback..

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"michael friedman" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"This in such a stupid way. You know like and to be able to then you have like myself like to be incredibly lucky with the team that i have around me and the types of people that have left an incredible careers to basically help build The system in like from from that perspective it really is incredible to still be successful whilst kind of rethinking some of the some of the basic precepts basically of this industry. Yeah i love that and you know you let me perfectly into the question i have for you because we kind of just jumped into this episode talking about your your journey getting into into muse but we never actually live talked about what music is on. The like is not just your normal like you said. It's kind of like our eminent in a more of a way. But it's not your normal property management software. So i want you to kind of explain like the founding moments of obviously you're going through this project with your your hotel and understanding that okay. This is just not how i want it. This is just not too complicated. It's not the way it should be. It's ruining the experience of trying to create on on-scene abso explained like the the the creation of museum kind of the services and the products. And how it all works and why. It's different compared to anything else like in the industry. Because i've i've demoted and for anyone who's listening And it's pretty interesting the fact that you're not assigning a room you're signing guest and that's that's where the cool i like that feature so i love to love to have you dive into that a little bit really kind of sought out as as this kind of app. That was going to sit on top of a pm mats and basically you have two components One was called the navigator. Basically kind of you know that was a way for you. Touch to kind of chat to the To the people in the hotel and kind of audio services and create a kind of timorese that you would actually have and then on the on the back end. Basically that would be a kind of tallest management software which we will the mazda And that in itself was the thing that was pulling out all of the information from the pms kind of surfacing it and then kind of saying you know this these are the main actions that you have to basically in order to solve this guy that was really the like mused version one basically And we just realized that like we couldn't communicate to the mets and we'd looked into we'd looked into the dogs we and it just it didn't wasn't structured because basically it kept on wanting to push you to the room and you'd have to basically kind of like tie yourself in knots to figure out we'll toss are associated with the room and there were no toss associated with a room because all the talks were associated with the customer not. That's basically for me. The crux of guests center city in the customer has needs. The customer has designs the customers have once and the the hotel was that to solve them and only one of them is the desire to action sleep. And that that is that is a fundamental sentece. That's why you hav bet you know but if you think about it if you're staying in a hotel for three days then you probably only need That service know thought of the time. And because that's seventy two hours twenty four hours basically eight hours per night. Basically is the time you're going to be sleeping or if it's a party hotel maybe it's like essentially it's let's say it's you and the rest time that's when not person is in your care but we as i tell you for some reason. Say we didn't care about that. We care about breadth. Paul we only care about like the amount of Heads in beds. Basically what happens with the room and every single thing is around the room and i'm just like no. It's he's a seventy two hours she. It's it's that is when this positive. Basically these on your property and i love also thinking about it through the lens of a tech company if you told any tech entrepreneur. You're going to have somebody on your website for twenty four hours. They'd be like oh my god. This is the greatest opportunity. I have somebody on my side onsite for twenty four hours. I can think of the greatest products some of that. I can actually sell them to that person. And they're going to find value in it and for some reason we kind of like we take essentially the sixteen hours and we just tossed them out the window. We like dots. That's hillary that's incidental but that's the crux of will they're actually had to. Do you know sixteen hours of pure value. It's eight hours of need but sixteen hours that you can create pure value and the way that we set up all systems and the way we set up our operations And the way that we think about it from an architectural point of view basically hotels is just for some reason those eight hours paramount to the experience. And i just think it's it's totally wrong and we need to get away from that model because also the sixteen hours represent a huge amount of value that you can actually kind of unlock And you know you you kind of tend to associate with the full service. Hotels dare able to actually kind of do that. But in my eye conception every single hotel can be full service hotel you know because every single full-service hotel can become a lifestyle. You know it. it's just about the calf of the customer and like i I also then like to bring it into the fact that there is so much untapped potential with hotels actually have a what the hell's the industry has because in the famous quote by Reed hastings Netflix's they say that they're only competition is sleep. Gels didn't even have that problem like you. It's baked twenty four hours. Living is baked into the business model and the so long we've just been costing sixteen hours. Aside basically saying read power is key. Yeah that's all we care about. And that's you know. All of our revenue management strategies. A going to be about you know selling that room at the right price and all of these different things and i. I just think that that's the good thing is that the The pandemic has kind of shown up the fallacy of basically of that model is And at the same time. I think it's kind of woke up a lot of people to actually say like well actually look does it. This huge untapped potential in terms of what we can actually kind of do for for a longer period of time and i. I think that that's when you when you start looking at is basically kind of managing this customer. And you're thinking about you know maybe not just the seventy two hours but maybe you want to kind of push yourself and say i want to kind of manage hundred and sixty hours of this parsons month. Basically how do i do that. And i think those are the interesting question. Basically that this industry can oscar out. Yeah everybody. I know i'm doing this again but to episodes go you heard michael friedman from skyro- on vacation rentals and i just have a quick message. Sky run vacation. Rentals offers a premium all in one solution for vacation rental business owners and homeowners. So those that want to own and manage their own vacation rental business can license. Sky runs software tools and consultations to operate their business locally with the power of a national resource. 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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"michael friedman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"In place and has been holding for around three weeks, but tensions are running high. The Israeli military says they're prepared to resume fighting. If necessary, Hamas spokesman said Palestinians will continue to defend their rights and their sacred sites. That's Charlie Dagga and these balloon bombs and kite bombs or a tactic that Palestinians have been using. For a few years. We spoke with Michael Friedman at the media line in Jerusalem about this. It's amazing, you know, a child's toy. Has become the first military tool to bring the great Israeli army to a hall. The Israelis haven't been able to fight it, They haven't been able to successfully intercept them. More than half of them. Thousands of acres of farmland has been destroyed by them. It's a if you're keeping score for who gets points for what military action against the other. The kite is really becoming Do you think it's just setting fires? Oh, yeah. Thousands of acres of Israeli agricultural land have been destroyed by these kites. They fly over they set. You know, I was one of these kids that never could get the the kite up in the air. And these kids are are launching not only the kite Which is really not much bigger than the kites we used to play with at home. But hanging from the kite is an incendiary device that when they re string gets burned up, it drops to the ground. That sorts of fire. As I said thousands of acres have been destroyed. In one case, a turkey farm was bombed by these, uh, kites and 1000 turkeys was lost in one shot. I mean, the little bits here and there, but they're adding up and it's become a.

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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It is is cost and no benefit. That's all it is. So please have a have a good Rest, fel. Happy Memorial Day weekend. Watching a lot of rain on weather radar come out of parts of West Virginia and coming on into the Panhandle, moving from west to east across the area. Pretty steep low develops off the coast. Also keeping us wet through Sunday rains likely tonight with half its toe one inch range by Saturday morning, Arlo tonight 53 much cooler. Northeast winds. Rain likely for Saturday High 56 with 48 shower Sunday and 57 I'm Scott Larrimore, the weather Channel on top Pretty of 6 80 Wcbm. Army is so thoroughly corrupt. How can the Associated Press the biggest news service in the world, let alone the biggest wire service in the world? How could it be in this building with staff in that building and not know that Hamas is operating out of that building? Oh, man, I don't think three hours is gonna be enough. So stick with us As long as you can miss the great one weakness A 10 on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. I am attorney Michael Friedman. We're proud to what's again be named one of the 10 best attorneys by the prestigious America Institute of Personal Injury attorneys there many factors that result in such high marks and here are a few. We don't settle cases just to move things along. We're not satisfied with an offer. We'll go to court to get it whether it's a $10,000 case, or two million if a client's vehicle has been damaged in a motor vehicle accident will assist in the repair. Potato car rental, if needed, even negotiate a total loss settlement, all with no feet way have a 24 hour live answering service..

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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I think way. Didn't mention that the other day, but he didn't. He didn't mention that I gotta play this cup for you from Charlie Kirk hey, was long with love in this past weekend directly pertains. To what swab will just said. They're trying to create a narrative that half the country whether you realize it or not, they're actually a major existentially threat to the rest of the country that 75 million people. There's a bill that's been introduced by Congressman Brad Schneider from Illinois that will allow domestic agencies the ability with increased surveillance and infiltration against conservative Christian or even libertarian groups. You've heard People that have been in former heads of intelligence agencies list libertarians as part of that groups of people that might need to be monitored, infiltrated or stopped. That's the direction we're going out of this administration. Congressman Are you pleased? Look, The bottom line is we know that the cancel culture and we have to talk about it all the time. The bottom line is they believe that if you don't if you don't you don't agree with them. Then you're wrong and you need to be and I'll put it in quotes, cleansed. And I put in quotes because they have actually used that term levels of music and its and we've seen it in the Bolshevik Revolution. We've seen it and China and Cuba, Venezuela everywhere they practice Marxist. They go after God. They go after guns. Now we have Biden and obeyed. Oh, coming after our guns on And that's a diversionary tactic where the real thing everybody has to watch about. HR won the election bill, which we understand we may be getting coming next week to the floor. Uh, Universal Mail in balloting and everything. The one that says you can't do voter right? You can't do signature checks. You know you have. This is absolutely oh, and by the way in the government's going to fund political campaigns with hard earned taxpayer dollars. This is ridiculous. This HR one and and we believe that this gun control because there's no way you get gun control through the Senate. There is no way The bottom line is the diversionary tactic. You know, don't watch without don't watch what I'm really doing. What I'm really doing is ramming HR one through the legislative part coming up next recalls and comments. I promise we'll get right to you. So if waiting, thanks for waiting, and thanks to be a patient will Get you all with Congressman Andy Harris, in just a second. Also ask him about the independent 9 11 commission that Speaker Pelosi is proposing to look into the capital riots and in just a second, so stay tuned for that. And by the way, the Republicans have written a letter to the speaker. Very interesting letter signed by Jim Jordan, many others. As to why they like some answers on what happened on January 6th. And actually, what happened on the in the days leading up. You know, when they have, like 10,000 National Guard, they were offered and We're decline. Yeah, the president president offered 10,000. Now He's a terrible insurrection is that he actually was going to call out troops against his own people. So it's ah again. Doesn't make much sense. Does it? A Zafar is that goes all right. We're having some technical difficulties with Michael Friedman. So we'll get right to a cold here and then we'll get to Michael in just a second. Let's go to Bob in Parkville, Bob. Good morning. Yes. Good morning, gentlemen. And I've one thing to say to you. Sure. Thanks. You're welcome, sir. I want to talk about it, Comrade Cuomo. He, uh, the initial report words that he stated it was 7500 thing ceased. Because of what happened with the nursing homes. But the state, uh, disagree with It's a 15,000 or more. And he had enough nerve to write a book. Saying How great thing he wasn't handling this situation. Want to submit this one thing here. This man is a dangerous man to say the least. He should be brought up on charges because it's a cover up. Start with you want. He won't release the data and violently. Dead people he I should cover up. And the other thing is is he ought to be charged criminally. With involuntary manslaughter. That's what should happen to him. He should not only be in peace. By the state of New York. Issue. Also, I have to the space criminal crowd and criminal trial for involuntary manslaughter. This guy and his brother are nothing but human waste creds. Hi, Bob. Thanks for the call. You know, I think Judge Janine on Saturday went through all the statutes in New York that he could be charged with. And these are chargeable crimes. More so on the cover of Absolutely That's what I was going to say. You know, Bob, look at the beginning. People were uncertain what to do, But the bottom line is they fudged the data on then they did it for obviously political purposes. That is a crime. I mean, falsifying public information is a crime and And he should be held accountable for that. Because you know any and I know exactly is going to is gonna blame someone else. I didn't have someone lower down and let me tell you something. The buck stops at the governor's desk. The buck stops the governor. He's responsible for what happens in his administration. And again. He should just you should just admit it. If you just say, Look, we made a mistake. And now it's too late for that Now. Now he's tried it on. I think nothing Besides having an investigation. Perhaps prosecution is the debate discussion over these emergency powers. That they've given people like him. Newsome, Wittmer Ecological Hogan Hogan. I mean, all of them. I mean, look, Governor hook and changed our election process in Maryland. You know, you don't have to change.

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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Winter weather advisory from 4 p.m. to 10 A.m. Tomorrow we have a Mick wintry mix of light rain, freezing rain and snow. Overnight, maybe nature to of accumulation 32 right now. In Edgewood. It is 36 in Glen Burnie. Time for Chuck's Food News. We head out to the chuck wagon for the latest items trending in the food and beverage World Public service for our listeners in the name of butter ball, Jonathan. He's not the sharpest tool in the shed. Although he is a tool, Brooks worlds all what is this 1971 by the way on Friday, the fast food chain chick fil A. They're heating up their menu, releasing their grilled spicy chicken deluxe, in which starting today s O. They don't like the fried version, which is delicious, but a lot of people try to avoid fried food. Then they've got the grilled spicy chicken sandwich and get it today, limited time and see what happens. Donut shop at Disney Springs. Now something grilled cheese sandwiches made with doughnut funds. Because Disney World is barely on a vacation for your arteries as well. This'd is already buns. It's called ever glazed doughnuts and cold brew. It's opened up in the Disney Springs dining and shopping district earlier this month. It's a good spot. That's a real good spot, they said. You could get a griddle glazed doughnut instead of a bun. For just a dollar extra. So again if you want that good stuff, right? Yeah, host isn't releasing a new variety of Twinkies inspired by the Ghostbusters film scheduled to be released again this year. Then we have the original Ghostbusters and then the old female Ghostbusters. Now they're making Ghostbusters again. So we have Ghostbusters Twinkies, Ghostbusters cereal, all sorts of stuff. From We know the cast of the new Ghostbusters. I haven't seen the cast you ever imagined. It's going to be released in June of this year. So imagine you're looking at one right now. Yeah, uh, from the Why would they ever do this department? Some Duncan locations or test sail test telling Pre made solids. Why? Why is right that again? You go there. You wouldn't go there for coffee and donuts and some people get breakfast sandwiches, But now you get yourself a salad and Donna. Nice tofu burger. Better be for better. You could get dead on a glazed donut. That's it all. We don't want anything that starts with toe. Little boy mill Canadian company is seeking full time and part time candy ologists to serve his taste. Testers can be fun House based in Ontario said they Remote working positions over $47 an hour remind so you were there. Yeah, so you could do it from anywhere. 47 bucks an hour a sample and review 3000 candy and chocolate treats. Jack Wade took the pleasure of signing you up. Thank you. Yeah. It's almost as much as we make now. Is that almost Oh, yeah, just about Yeah, close to you. Of course you make the you know the cash equivalent. And then there's the barter equivalent, which would put you over that $100 in our mark. I'm gonna put you over something I could tell you that come to the edge of the Grand Canyon. All right. Drugs in a double. Alright, See, it is a 6 48. Then let's take another call here. This is from Bob involved involved. Good morning. Yeah, it just seems like you always got me behind Chuck. That's right. That's a good spot for you. Listen, I'm the other Bob. You know any other way from Baldwin and I'm just a little tidbit about these national guards. It. If they were homeless. National guards maybe would have put them up in hotel rooms. Well, funny. You should say that President former President Trump It sounds so weird. He offered the use of the Trump International Hotel for first responders and guardsmen, and some of them did give it over there. They would at least relax on couches and sofas wherever they could lay their weary head. So, But all these cities like New York, San Francisco, they all put the homeless people who told burns Baltimore to inspect the guard. Is that the Lord Baltimore being used for that right now? Yeah, I think you're right. Yeah. So again, Uh, look, Governor Hogan could bring him home and put him in the Lord Baltimore. Bob, Thanks for the call. Appreciate that loss is Michael Friedman. Therefore, you 24 7. Should you ever need them And we're talking serious accidents resulting in serious injury And you do need seriously Eagle representation. I can't tell you the number of times Michael has indicated to me people try to do this on their own bad idea. Because usually screw it up. And once you screwed up, you're not gonna be able to get the kind of, you know, judgment or settlement that you need to take care of your medical costs or whatever so All you do. Make the phone call to Michael and just sit back and relax and recover. Get better focus on getting back to your family back to your job back to running your business, the important priorities in life and that Michael and Stephen and Rachel Albert Freedman and the whole firm will take.

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"michael friedman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And are eager to help shape policy for the betterment of mankind. Well, I just want this to be over. But how We respond to the urgency of this moment, and the lessons we take from the last year will go a long way toward collecting the longstanding problems of our health system and preventing new tragedies from occurring. These next few months are critical, and we must allow science to lead the way. This means he didn't the advice of scientists and experts by continuing to wear masks outside the home. Wash your hands and to physically distance as much as possible. It's been inspiring to say physicians and health care workers around the country post photos on social media after receiving their vaccinations. Share photos of violent initial shot a couple of weeks ago and I had this continues to remind people that we are all in this together. When it comes time for everyone to get the vaccine. It's critical that we have the facts straight and that we communicate them. Clearly, the vaccines made available by the FDA were authorized by using all the necessary checks and balances and the scientific rigor that we require of any vaccine. Just like the ones that have brought an end to widespread transmission of polio, smallpox and the measles scientists and researchers who authorized fact Dean are not driven by political agendas. They're perfect by vigorous standards for safety and efficacy by the importance of their work. They know that science can't save lives and and suffering. We know this is a challenging time for many Americans, and that there's miss information circulated widely around the Internet. But there are also many credible fact based resource is provided by the CDC, the FDA and others about the vaccine process and what led us here because at the end of the day when it's your turn to get the vaccine Your only remaining questions should be left arm or right. Where they won't get through the final months of this pandemic by wishing it were over the stakes for far too high. Any progress has an important role to play elected positions. Policymakers, public health officials, positions journalists and the public at large. We have to remain strong instead fast and we have to adhere to the advice of experts and scientists who will continue to light our way. Thank you, Mike. Thank you, Dr Bailey. Once again, we're pleased to accept questions from our journalists tuning in today to submit a question, please email headliners at press dot organ. And now let's go toe some of the questions that have been submitted by our journalists, members of the National Press Club. Our first question and it addresses. Um, What you've just been talking about is the national strategy. The AM A is urging the Biden administration to Take different than what President elect Biden is proposing. And if so, how? Well I'm not sure I can completely answer that question at this point in time. My understanding is that the but administration is going to release its formal plans later on this week. We are a little bit concerned about the announcement that HHS will not hold back vaccine doses to make sure that everyone who's gotten their first dose that will have a second dose in reserve. We really don't have adequate data to tell us if one dose is sufficient. We don't think it is on how long you can wait for your second dose without losing the benefits of the first dose. But we really need the federal government to help local providers where they are. Some communities are doing a pretty good job of rolling out the vaccine. Now some communities are not the rural areas. In fact, I talked to a patient this morning even though in President Am I still seeing patients on a regular basis, and there was one pharmacy in her entire county. That was administering vaccines, and she didn't know when she was gonna be able to get hurt, So it's important that we make sure that vaccine is available to everyone when they need it. And there's many concerns about equitable distribution. President of the American Medical Association Dr Susan Bailey, She's joined by the president Press club Michael Friedman, substantive set of recommendations for the incoming Biden administration. We're a year into this now, is there Is there a feeling that I that one year in now? We need to retool and put new engines on an airplane that's already in the air there. Challenges along the way there. How do you see this? Playing out. Oh, I think the plan in the air just needs more fuel. Um, I believe that health care workers are doing all they can to take care of critically ill covered 19 patients in hospitals. We need to make sure we put more fuel in the system by making sure that those health care providers have the PPE that they need. Even though the numbers are much better. They were at the beginning of the pandemic. There still Shortages of Peopie. It's still being conserved very carefully, and positions that are not in hospital based settings are having a hard time competing with large health systems for the same units of P P. E. It can't compete with them on price or quantity. We do think that we need to fuel the system to keep the vaccine production going. We need to make. We think that there's going to be plenty of vaccine. But when that vaccine is going to be available is going to be very important to local health authorities so that they could then plan their administration plans on. We need to continue to view fuel the ongoing vaccine trials. There are two that may come up. For FDA review in February. We hope and there's even more down the line on. I think we're going to need all the tools in our toolbox to t defeat this, so I don't I don't think we need to retool the plane. We just need to make sure it's got enough gas to get to the finish line, so we don't need new engines. We just need more fuel. Tonto Fire up. I'm gonna go back to something that you mentioned earlier in a question that has come in President Elect Biden as you mentioned plans. To accelerate vaccination distribution when he takes office and release all available doses of the two dose visor and maternal.

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"michael friedman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Did an extraordinary thing after he decided not to pursue criminal prosecution of Richard Nixon. After Watergate. He went by himself to the House of Representatives, the president of the United States and sat alone at the witness table and explain to the American people. Why, and I don't know how they will approach these prosecutions. Hell will approach the question of Donald Trump. Whatever they decide to do. They have to share the why, with the American people to generate that trust. It's a really interesting challenge. It's a very daunting one. I want to thank you for the time you've given us, Jim, I'm gonna ask you one last question, and it can be just one phrase. What's next for Jim Comey? Not this. Not. I am excited, and I love you. But I'm excited about not being part of public life any longer. I'm looking forward to January 21st, which coincidentally, is my first day teaching at Columbia University. And so that's what I'm gonna do. Next. Fair enough. Thank you for the time. I think you made us some news. And you answered some really interesting questions by appreciate it. And I want to thank all of our audience at Washington Post Live. Thanks for your interests. Your keen watching. Thanks for being here. We'll look forward to the next time Carol lending of the Washington Post investigative reporter serving his moderator, those remarks from former FBI director James Comey. The conversation took place yesterday. Next time See Spain Radio. The American Medical Association president, Dr Susan Bailey talks about the Corona virus pandemic. And about vaccine distribution she did at an event hosted by the National Press Club, joined by the press club President Michael Freeman. Welcome to the National Press Club, the world's leading professional organization for journalists. I'm Michael Friedman, the 113th, president of the National Press Club. I'm the former general manager of CBS Radio Network, now journalist in residents at University of Maryland Global campus and executive producer of the Cowboy Report. Public Broadcasting series moderated by journalist Marvin Kalb. We thank you for joining us today for our first virtual newsmaker program of 2021 with Dr Susan Bailey, the 175th, president of the American Medical Association. We're pleased to accept questions from our journalists. Tuning in today of Alaska's many as time permits to submit a question, please email headliners at press dot or g'kar since January 21st 20 20 just shy of one year ago. More than 373,000. People across the United States have now lost their lives to covert 19, with the total number of cases topping 22,300,000, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Dr Susan Bailey joins us Today as covert 19 cases continue to soar across our nation and with the development of two vaccines, relief cannot come soon enough. Dr Bailey will discuss Lessons learned from covert, 19 and 2020 and what the AM a believes is needed now to prevent further infections and ensure widespread vaccine distribution. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Dr Bailey has been an allergist and immunologist in private practice for more than 30 years and advocate for physician autonomy and private practice. Doctor Bailey is held numerous leadership positions within the AM a, including speaker and vice speaker of the organizations. House of delegates, chair of both the advisory panel on women in medicine and the AM a council on medical education. Her service in organized medicine extends to the local and state levels as well where she has served as board chair and president of the Tarrant County Medical Society and as vice speaker, speaker and president of the Texas Medical Association. Dr Bailey Welcome to the National Press Club. Thank you, Michael. And thank you to the National Press Club for the opportunity to address your members and the public about the current state of the covert 19 pandemic And what happens next? We have arrived in 2021 with much hope. But many questions about the year ahead. There's a seismic change in leadership at the federal level, with a new administration and new members of Congress there too safe and effective vaccines for covert 19 now that are in circulation with other promising vaccines in the late stages of development, millions of physicians, nurses and other frontline health care workers have already received the first doses of the back. Scene, so two of other high risk communities, But the reality is that this novel coronavirus remains a very deadly foe. And we're far from the finish line. Our country records about a million new confirms Copan 19 cases every week. And just last week, our country reached the grim milestone. Ah, 4000 dead to Covic 19 in a single day, far more than the number of Americans lost on 9 11. Many areas of the country or experiencing record case surges. They're flooding emergency departments in intensive care units. In other areas. First responders were having to make agonizing choices about home to treat for routine health emergencies to ease overcrowding at local hospitals. With hospital stretched at or near the breaking point. Some are even forced to treat patients and cafeterias and hallways and conference rooms. Meanwhile, a new and were contagious variant of covered 19th that has been wrecking havoc in the UK has now been discovered in the United States. Still far too many physicians and other health care workers lack the personal protective equipment they need to keep themselves and the loved ones safe. Front line responders are exhausted. A burned out, and they wonder how much longer they can last. And while safe and effective vaccines aren't hand the distribution mechanisms that state and local levels have been slow, inconsistent and severely hampered by unrealistic expectations and a lack of coordination at the federal level. This in action at the highest level of our government has placed yet another daunting burden on the shoulders of state and local officials, who lack the resource is sufficient guidance and the support they need to handle a health emergency of this magnitude on their own. We've learned much in our response to covet 19 and 2020. Excuse me, the painful lessons of our long national nightmare run deep. But the most important lesson for this moment and for the year ahead is that leaving state and local officials to shoulder this burden alone without adequate support from the federal government. It's not going to work. 50 different strategies across 50 different states will continue to sow confusion and slow the process. The urgency of this moment demands a comprehensive and coordinated federal response. As president of the American Medical Association and a champion for physicians and patients across the country. I call upon the incoming Biden administration to implement a national strategy and provide states and local jurisdictions with additional resource is guidance and support to enable rapid distribution and administration of vaccines. The and my urges the Biden administration to talk with states to identify gaps and vaccine distribution and to work collaboratively to address areas of concern..

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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"michael friedman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And must create a paper trail. And the third thing that commission should do. Is lobby Congress to create national standards and to eliminate mail in balloting. Three things that commission conduce and here's the deal as to Biden would say. When we are investigating elections between November and December, we have 60 days. The courts and the law and the investigators do not move that fast and you can investigate. Corruption with a deadline, so the commission that President Trump would create would be Up UN existing commission that would exist forever. It would be regular everyday work, and there would be no deadlines. So if they wanted to investigate in Maryland, the electoral system they would work with local lawyers, local people they would use their money. And they would investigate and I can give you corruption in Maryland. I could tell you right now. Uh, Illegal aliens are voting all over the place in Maryland because they get called in for jury duty because they're voting there were on the voter rolls. They get called in for jury duty. They go to the jury office. The register, and they can't register because they're not citizens. And they have to sign a NAFTA David, a legal document saying that they're not citizens, but they're registered to vote. And the jewelry. People don't do anything about it. They don't send that information to the election board and those affidavits there, thousands of them all over the state of Maryland. And all you need is This'll Commission. To issue a court order to look at all of them. And that's only in Maryland and jury systems are the same all over the country. Can you imagine the millions of illegal immigrants that could be grabbed? For corrupt voting. Just looking at these affidavits. So I'm telling you, that is my solution. I have said that 100 times this week and I hope you all have heard it And that's what I'm promoting. Let's take a call from Richard. Where is he? He's over here, Richard. Good morning. Hello, Pat. Yes. Good morning, Richard. Yeah, I wanted to follow up on a caller from a while back, he said, would, uh, that the with new strain of virus in Britain and These people have no intention of letting things go back to normal. And and then that part I agree, But what he said is, I don't think is the whole story. He said. They don't they want people make people wear masks so they can talk and be friendly. But that could be part of it. Well, I think there's a more grievous part to a two. How about how about a more sinister Yeah. Ministers a better word. Yeah, they because it allows them to have an excuse to violate the Constitution and exercise authority and powers that they have no right to On our governor Hope has His Highness Hogan. He's standing on a house of cards Pack because no Emergency Powers Act or whatever legislation he's got. The Constitution of the state overrules all of that article. 44 invalidates it, and the U. S Constitution invalidates that they neither one neither constitution has ever suspended. But, um, the, uh, seven years ago, you know, one of the authoritarian socialist nations in Europe, Uh, they were talking, saying, uh, This country Does this and this country does this and then somebody says, and the United States. And the answer was well. The American people need to learn to do what they're told. And that's what they're doing with this. This mess of forcible face diapering. And all of this, and you go into stores. Now, if you don't have a diaper you're harassing, you know, I mean, you're a second class citizen. No, You're not. You're no. You're no citizen at all. You can't do anything. You can't buy anything. Right? I mean w B A l T V. I'm sorry. Mentioned their call letters. But they have a Facebook have a video about an incident at a mall? Yeah, over the weekend. And the store employee says the state of Maryland says you have to wear a mask. Well, First of all, there's no legislation validly. No legislation to that effect whatsoever. And, uh But, you know, all of this attorney Haruka is working on more more more than Attorney Haruka. Ernie. Peru is a wonderful man. He's a great man, actually. But he has no authority. But Dan Cox, the delegate from Frederick County who was working with Mr Haruka is introducing The what he called the impeachment articles, which are all based on the 44th section of the Supreme Court in Maryland. I mean the Constitution and that is coming, and that is gonna be a big test case. I heard him when he was on your show, right? Yeah. Support that man. I would climb a mountain full of broken glass all over it to support that man. I got to see that. All right. All right. Thank you. We're gonna take a break. Hi. I'm attorney Stephen Friedman. As many of you know, the law offices of Michael Friedman have been representing injured victims of auto accidents and other negligent acts for over 35 years. Over the years, we have learned that what really matters to our clients is getting back to health and resuming their lives. Our goal was to handle the obstacles that might prevent or slow down the recovery process. Such is arranging for auto repairs, obtaining a.

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California wildfire rages unchecked, threatens homes, shuts interstate

On Air with Doug, Jen and Victoria

00:24 sec | 4 years ago

California wildfire rages unchecked, threatens homes, shuts interstate

"Paraguay's moving its embassy in Israel out of Jerusalem and back to Tel Aviv less than four months after following the American lead by moving in Tennessee to Jerusalem, Paraguay has vowed to Palestinian pressure and will return its mission to Tel Aviv. Foreign Minister Luis Alberto custody only justified the flipflop as a contribution to the quest for peace in the Middle East and noted that then president-elect odd, though was not

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Connecticut Red Hen receives wrath of Sanders’ defenders

Ethan Bearman

01:48 min | 5 years ago

Connecticut Red Hen receives wrath of Sanders’ defenders

"Red hen right real headline huffington post real headline people are trolling the wrong red hen restaurants after sarah huckabee sanders incident all right folks the red hand is not a chain restaurant but some people seem to think it is they're thinking a red robin by the way the burger joint red robin is like i don't know if they're franchises or but it's a chain that's not not red hen so the red hand in one town is not the red hand in lexington virginia so everybody stop sending nasty stuff to the wrong red hands there at least three unaffiliated restaurants with the same name been subject to critical comments on their social media and yell pages as well as hard or is somebody to harassing calls michael friedman co owner of the red hand in dc told the washingtonian there's a restaurant is received mistaken calls emails yelp reviews and even death threats because of the confusion yeah that's an end to the restaurant over the weekend and don't forget that trumpian can't get dates in dc so i'm just saying maybe that's rather busy thrown eggs i'm just saying all right not the onion real headline this one got i just was like this honest to goodness sounds like a true onion e type headline 'cause like listen to this the real headline from bloomberg bloomberg dot com real headline saudi moves forward with plan to turn cutter into island you know the country cutter for the united arab emirates gulf coast saudi what.

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