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China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law to Crush Threats
"Hong Kong is a global banking center home to several multinational companies. It seen by the business community as a gateway to China was so much at stake. We're taking a closer look at the impact of China's new security on the region Wall Street. Journal markets. Columnist Mike. Byrd is based in Hong Kong. He joins US NOW MIKE WELCOME! Thanks very much for having me. Mike you're on the ground in Hong. Kong you are very much in touch with the business community. Put this in perspective for us. Just how big of a deal is this? The first thing to say is that we don't have a lot of detail on what is going in this low. We know that it will have rules on secessionist Atta. Choose to subversion of the Chinese state and to some vague implications. Abou- coming under foreign influence, but we don't know the straight detail of it. The actual text of the law has yet to be published, so it's difficult for businesses to make a firm idea of of what this is going to mean for them for the moment. Moment is a lot of confusion, and it's also extremely sensitive topic, because not knowing what's in that bill means that you don't know what will be illegal to save from tomorrow. What you may encounter legal difficulties from saying a lot of international businesses staying relatively quiet about that even now organizations like the American Chamber of Commerce relatively quiet organizations that have to be fat up until now been fairly critical of the idea of the national security, though a now being very cautious about what they say. Mike as you know as we've reported a top executive from banking, giant HSBC signed a petition supporting the legislation, saying it supports any law to stabilize social order in Hong, Kong and economic prosperity and development to have that backing from HSBC. How significant is that? I think hate be. Situation has turned out to be as a bit of a microcosm for war. The problem is for businesses more broadly in Hong Kong, which is a SPEC- signed up to the idea. The national security though they had an executive sign up to that was referred to in Chinese media in state media as sort of too little too late that that support was slow that it wasn't absolute that it wasn't clear from the beginning now. Hong Kong HSBC was obviously criticize full completely the opposite for signing the bill astle is very difficult to find this sort of middle ground position that businesses like hate pc, especially those with sort of one foot in the West and one foot in China. They've done really well in the past couple of decades in Montaigne and jewel role. It's now increasingly difficult to. To do the HAGIA species come under fire from both sides for doing it. It's likely to continue doing so, and that's going to be the case for other large Hong Kong. Business as you go companies like Johnny Matheson, which are really West and run by of had a big influence in Asia for longtime. They're gonNA find it increasingly difficult to straddle both sides. I WANNA. Point out at the time HSBC said it supported laws that will enable Hongkong to rebuild its economy and maintain the principle of one country, two systems, any indication from any companies, especially those that are based in the West that they will curb their presence or scale back their presence or future business deals in Hong Kong. You've seen some smaller organizations to that. In the couple of research firms here, but people mostly stray away from saying for a couple of reasons, one thing is if you have to do business in mainland China saying that you leaving Hong. Kong because of a load of the government of mainland China wants to pass is a bad look. It's not GonNa win you any friends in the mainland. The second reason is purely cost related. It's expensive to move people and if If it becomes the case that it won't disrupt Your Business Operations you've moved people. You probably lost employees in the process. You probably lost deals in the process for no reason. as a reporter is sold. Is Covering London during twenty sixteen businesses talked a lot about leaving because of brexit talks about the risks. Relatively few of them did precisely because it's so expensive to do so disruptive if there are any circumstances in which you can stay, you probably will. And Mike as a journalist who lives in Hong Kong who is very familiar with the business community. What are the lingering questions you have? What are the unknowns that need to be answered to get scope about the significance and impact of this decision. I think the honest answer is that we won't know enough about the little to know how Lafayette businesses until it begins being enforced you have lose like this in mainland China and it's the selectiveness of their enforcement. That really matters whether it's used as the Hong Kong. Government is broadly suggesting the Hong Kong. Government. He's very keen to stress that this won't affect most people that it shouldn't affect national businesses. Many businesses may not in a cynical way mind this of law, if it really just applies to political dissidents, if it's just used to crackdown police political dissidents, and that will be the same as many businesses finding mainland China, many businesses find. Find even in places like Singapore they can live without sort of thing, but the strict text of the bill may prove to provide situations for the Hong Kong government to pursue international businesses if they wanted to. So I think we'll have to see where we are in a few months time once the lawyers and who's being caught up in it. Who's being warned about legally? WHO's actually going to call? He's being prosecuted for until that happens is going to be really difficult to say the soda scope of the Law until it actually begins to fullest. Mike Byrd joining us from Hong Kong great to have you on the podcast. Thanks very much.
"mike welcome" Discussed on Drum History
"Drum history podcast. I'm your host bartenders, E and today. I'm joined by Mike Edison WHO's the author of sympathy for the drummer why Charlie Watts? Matters Mike Welcome to the show. Thanks man glad to be here, awesome. Yeah, this is great. I I am lucky enough to have met Charlie. Watts so. This is a really cool episode that I've wanted to do. Do kind of a we're. We're GONNA. Talk about a little bit about him as a person, but also you were telling me just kind of how rock and roll has changed over the years, and and and really you're going to tell us why Charlie Watts matters. Charlie Watts is the Guy Charlie. Watts is the you know the guy that drives that car. He's the only guy. All the other rolling stones can can agree on. All get along with generally watch rolling stones. He said it many many times. You know that is keillor. Sound is is his rhythms drums keys. Berea, which an autodidact. What I was supposed coming up our spring. The drums like everybody else I think of my age I was listening to lack Sabbath led Zeppelin a lot of fifties, rock and roll to the stones were confounding I. Mean Even the kids I knew were along with Russia. Saying oh man. This is where it's at. First because he can't dance to it, so forget. Yeah also you can learn to play like meal. You could learn a John bottom part. You could learn you know the tricky triplets in the in the tricky based on parts, but to play like Charlie Watts, you could learn was a poetry in there. He swung the band so hard, but he did all these counterintuitive. Thanks opening up the hi hat places that you would imagine. He had kind of a flawed technique which is sort of made his greatest asset, so try to learn to play like Charlie Watts. It was Kinda like learning to learning to write poetry. You could just learn. It wasn't a trick. Was Somebody the editor fully commit to it? You just had to live with it and it was much much different so when people ask me. How long did take book? I usually say forty five years. You've been studying your whole life i. mean you hit the nail on the head by saying that he's not like these guys who were the mega drummers? who were you know they're? They're just known further insane chops that like you said you can learn. I mean Charlie is is his own style. He's his own kind of drummer similar to Ringo. Yeah. Ringo is great and you don't US coming up..
"mike welcome" Discussed on Case Study With David King
"Guest is in the House. Guest is a brilliant fantastic well educated woman cheese Shalaji public speaker and content development. She has a festive degree in sociology. From University of Lagos and she currently running off must us degree in sociology? She has a great understanding of the case of the not well. Great appreciation of what it takes to truly make society to continue the progress. She's also just a very intrigued impressing on trust me way. How ol- In for treats today without further delay s? Mike Welcome in lease up in a date. You're very welcome to Sean. I'm so happy to have gates and no thank you. Thank you too so our you doing family in your calendar currently running your degree our. Why hoping with everything. The stress mistress were doing great and by Collier make. Asian assumes wasn't a concern to stand each this edition as and it's and it does so I don't make one so I eat a sacrifice as themes after complaints breath of funding. So I'll be able to get out that that's so great. That's a great job very wonderful. I hope and know my niece nuts would lend from. That's so With the Global pandemic issue. We ice at lunch. If you've been coping with lockdown one every concern.
"mike welcome" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"To Mike in Seattle Mike welcome here and run a radio welcome to the show high yeah I'm treatment it wasn't even brought up in that debate was it no no no what happened you know that stall tactic that they've used to it and these rallies it will not show the crowd the president asked him to they will not do it and there's you know all of the fans to go to war rally I mean after a long day at work I mean to cut that out of your schedule I mean these people if they're incredible because they it takes every ounce of energy after you're helping your family all day long to go to a rally you know and then on top of that you know hello she always said if you this is a Republic if you can keep it he is mocking us because we've almost lost our country because of people like her and the and now she's telling us if you can keep it like in other words I'm determined to ruin this country it's just disgusting well yeah just the the sound of your voice shows the passion that we're talking about right now right actually is we said after the impeachment vote was taken the constitution one that day yeah yeah okay I look at it may be a little bit differently the constitution one we we if there's ever if you ever want understanding why we need to keep the constitution of you know for the most part the way that it is I don't see any major changes are needed in our constitution that is it if if you understand the constitution the three branches of government you understand that it worked yeah that might you know that it's funny because it was the separation of of of powers mindset that is the reason that the constitution one the separation of powers mindset from the founding fathers to not allow the concentration of power in one particular branch of of government and that's what one well after the impeachment vote was what was taken so it was actually days we set of of celebration of the constitution a constitution of the Democrats wished to dismantle from everything from S. free speech to freedom of religion to the second amendment to do process into the electoral college to the Senate and so I understand as we said before people always get upset Democrats don't call me on American I'm not on American and we said fine if you don't like that then please respond when you wish to dismantle the basic tenants of the constitution of the United States the fine to watch tell us what you are them exactly yeah well how do you see this country.
What Sales Leaders Get Right
"A Mike. Welcome to the show as we get started. Give us a little update on yourself. Well I've been in the software and technology space for the better part of thirty year career so far University of Florida graduate go gators spent a lot of time the software space early on selling managing teams startups Help the four startups through IPO. And I also run a strategy consulting firm for over a decade down in the southeast live in Denver Today Cool. And how did you get interested in sales? You know kind of found me school. I was an endless major business. Miner died last-second decided not to go to law school and Association. Yeah a lot of people. Keep telling me that every day so I wound up Taking a class with a friend of mine. We were both learning to speak Italian because we both wanted to take girlfriends on vacation to Italy. Where we're going to do it together. And it turns out somebody in our class Was hiring kind of entry level sales people and I got involved. I was doing some early work with linear worldwide and got some good training recruited away to ADP and spent five years in both management selling capacities. There still have good friends. There that have made entire career but for me and many others. It was a great training ground. Random learn how to qualify and certainly hunt be accountable for revenue weekly. I mean every single week at four. Pm everywhere around the world ADP people. Were you know testifying in front of Congress right so I went onto? Enterprise offer read after that and had just a really nice run. You find some start ups where you have good people you can make bill good teams and it's amazing what you can conquer when you get everybody's sort of pulling the same flag up the same hill and how much friction you get when you don't have that and which overcomes we've all been there too. I'm sure well let's talk about the best one which which was your best experience you know. I've been fortunate to have been several but Early in my career. I spent a lot of time at started. Blue Martini software. Yup I remember. Yeah and you know I was in early guide there and we had a fantastic head of sales who is running global sales and just really believed in his people. He invested in people. He wasn't a micromanager but he was always there if and when you needed him in anything and he really worked hard doing the kinds of things that I try to do today on my management side. Which is everybody in. The company has to know that sales people are not the punchline of the joke just because we have certain skills others don't and we lack some that others have sales people are so vital to every part of life and I took a lot of good lessons from those days. Because I I do some writing now and I've written a few blog entries where I titled One everybody's selling something even if it's not in the title on their Business Card right and that's a good perspective but I I like it. But professional selling enterprise selling business business selling is a very different job is a oh. Absolutely the skills cross apply. Those is really. It's you know when you're building these relationships that take years. I mean literally years in many cases to develop and then sometimes you either leverage winning. It's not like golf. You don't make a million dollars for coming in second right. We don't you either win or you lose and some of these types of especially in the old you know early. Go-go days in the AARP space. If you didn't win the deal it was off the table for ten or twenty years right so you really had to foster that relationship but no-one to really push and close the deal versus also knowing when you need to buy some time and not. Kush a build a relationship and cultivates. Some other aspect may be of the personal relationship. Bill knits sparks. And then you become a little more trusted as a sales professional and you're not only closed that deal when the time comes but then wherever you wind up going next eighty percent of the time those great relationships you won't always get an immediate call back. 'cause everybody's busy but when you reach out and say Hey Brian. I've moved onto a new space. We had a really nice history together. health each other. What are we sit down? Have a cup of coffee. I think there's something that can help you or you might be in a position to help me potentially like to pick your brain a lot of those fortune. Five hundred relationships. They start with that but they develop over time. And if you're good they follow you from place to place. And that's been a very consistent perspective that I've heard from the very top. The top one percent of sales people people making high six figures. Low seven figures is that they look at sales very differently not as a transaction but really transformation of two companies coming together.
Developing a Fruit Tree Spray Schedule
"Dig into today's topic with Mike. Bill Taunton who is on the line right now Mike. Welcome to the show today. So Mike when you are working urine Orchard Consultant Tinton when you are working with your clients. What role does do sprays play in terms of protecting fruit trees from Paxton disease? Well they they play a very important role there's a quite a few Insect and disease pass The very throughout the growing season which depending on what part of the continent or world that you're in can begin In late March to early April say in the Great Lakes region and last until October and even into November In some cases and so being able to understand what these insects and diseases are our And how to help your trees withstand the onslaught That can occur from time to time year to year It's really important. Didn't in so doing nothing Is Not really an option in our climate today but by the same token it doesn't have to super intensive as long as we're choosing the right sprays for the right time of the year for the right insect and diseases. It really can help grow healthy tree and healthy fruit so you say doing nothing is not an option and so described to me. What can happen if we just leave our trees please? And just don't don't use any sprays at all well probably the biggest thing that can happen. from a disease standpoint is the trees can get a number of diseases apple scab Cedar Apple Rust There's a new one that we're dealing with called Marcellina leaf blotch. which if they get severe severe can actually defoliate the tree and if the tree defoliants and this usually has started to happen in late July and through through August Probably two or three months before the tree would naturally drop. Its leaves If the tree defoliants it can't photo synthesize and if it can't photo synthesize isn't it can't create the sugars and the nutrients on the compounds that needs to stay healthy as a tree or grow good fruit and by the same token oh can On the insect side there are insects that Can and not just yes. Damage the tree but could can actually kill it There's bores of different types. Will Board into the trunks of the twigs of the tree That if severe enough can can girdle it and eventually just 'cause the treated decline decline if we if we don't do anything Chances are that something will happen And that over you know it could happen quickly quickly but usually it happens over the course of a few years to where the trees can just decline in die he and also if you are growing your trees in urban environmental where there are more you know they're closer together to other trees. These problems spread really quickly from tree to tree. So if one neighbor in a neighborhood is growing a fruit tree and they let it go. Oh all the other trees in the neighborhood will come
Medical marijuana now legal in Louisiana
"The Louisiana department of agriculture and forestry has announced that it is cleared the final medical marijuana product has passed all testing is is cleared for immediate release to the medical marijuana pharmacies and joining us on the line is Louisiana agriculture and forestry commissioner Mike straying to talk about this Mike welcome to the show hello no how are you doing today doing great doing great you guys announced that the marijuana tincture formulation is available now today Tuesday yes are we cleared the first batch of finals up final product in other words the product that's actually going to be patient last Thursday afternoon and so it is moving to patients but that started you know yesterday and of course the day it should be getting to the pharmacies and so you know we we clear that it did the final testing and we tested now we the first batch was forty seven hundred and sixty five units which in other words each vial has you know he is considered a unit and so that is on its way we expect our to clear the second batch which will be about forty three hundred units on the by Friday this Friday morning and so that's the timetable for that and of course there are successful and it is grown and processed in you know in the production and a batch system and so you know we've cleared it and what you know we don initially we tested the extract which we call the matrix but it's the extract and then the extract is then placed into a solution form and then we trusted that you know would you be SL Ellis you to look at THC concentrations CVT concentrations and also make sure that there weren't any contaminants and then the final solution we tested to make sure that the first bottle all the way to the forty seven hundred and sixty fifth bottle all the same so the whole genius and then we tested and certified the THC level the CD levels in them as well as to make sure that the or no bacterial contamination that you know what could have happened during the bottling process so we take in a sample random samples and then we you will open the vials we take those samples and when we run a battery of tests on them and the first batch we had we ran twenty five separate all units twenty five separate samples were tested and cleared and the second batch about twenty three that's all mathematical model that we use based on you know the the science laboratories of how many and how to do that but it's a random testing and so that they have cleared and the first batch as a matter of flavored the lecture and that product is should be and the date and the pharmacist my day I'm there's been much criticism about this process but this is what you expected in any type of liquid form of medicine that that hits you know that that is put into the stream of commerce correct well you know normally what we would call my list you don't look at the basic kind cable our legislation was passed in really June of twenty fifteen became a law in July of twenty fifteen in June of twenty sixteen so as we go full year I was sure I said I gave us written notice that their intent to be the licensee and on August twenty sixteen southern gave us a written statement that they again we're confirming that they were gonna be licenses production so they had the first right of refusal right and so he was in the fall of twenty seventeen that issue sign with GPS Alan southern sign with their first contractors they began Ellis you began building facilities are getting the building billing cycle sell these sorting all this out you know early in the spring of twenty eighteen and you know and just basically get out of the final facility bear horde facility wasn't finished no really until may or June of this year and so when you look at this you know where the this was done on the FDA it was taken eight to ten years the help from an election to final probably two to three years because clinical trials and really you have to stop when they look at when they started construction of buildings and just design a building coming sore from design construction harmony all of those things plus satisfying the state law as to suitability develop in their standard operating procedures you know putting the manufacturing facility yeah this is a growing marijuana in a in a hot house so this is making a pharmaceutical product that began in earnest in the spring of twenty eight so really in two years the under the state rules we've done what would have taken a katana under federal I think a lot of people really kind of you this is a cottage industry as though this was going to be a mom and pop kind of thing and when you have your facts and facilitate naps lately and I think you know that that was a misnomer from day one and it ended in I think there is actually good reason for because when you look into that other states there have been a number of batches that have been denied in other states for contaminants pesticides mold they have found all kinds of foreign substances there that and as a result the regulators had to reject the product right and so you know what we did we don't work very hard looking at what was going on in other states as well as good manufacturing practices are not only with marijuana but any type of pharmaceutical products so when you look at our first stage of testing we test the matrix and it is tested for things that we will have to look for heavy metals we test for pesticides I we test against for any type of Solomon improper books obstructions in a week that's from a variety of compounds you know in the initial product and then secondarily one week after that initial product is then processed into a solution then we test the THC levels of CVD levels also checking to make sure that no contaminants to there and then church here in the final stage you know we test our again to make sure that it's off that it's all the same reconfirm the THC MCV levels also check for salmonella E. coli east rolled my contractions those sorts of things so that when the patient opens it up we know that they have a safe product and you have to do this every step of the way because as as you know if you remember years ago when they were compounding injectable steroids and remember when they got contaminated how many people got sick from that yeah and well I mean we have to be very very very careful that that nothing leaves because you know I'm responsible along with the LSU GB sciences and southern and I layer of you know we're responsible to make sure that this product gets to the patient in a form that is not contaminated and about will not give out that will not harm them end up like this a base formulation this is something that it can be modified at the pharmacy level in different elixirs meaning as I notice in the article he said that the product can cost between ninety and two hundred dollars a bottle at the pharmacy depending on the formulation yes and so when you look at the the formulation here you know with the the first one with that there have is it's a T. H. C. rich one US one G. H. C. perceive the mother was a hundred fifty milligrams of each box and a bottle then they have a CVT rich twelve hundred milligrams a CD to sixty milligrams CH C. R. so then you know the pharmacist you know I'm a pharmacist has the option to modify this deluded compound or or whatever and the thing that we know is that you know different patients will will be affected differently and it comes on the disease state your trading so you have one you have the physicians and there are eighty seven I think positions as on record of oxygen that are allowed to make these recommendations they will make a recommendation to the pharmacist based on the concentration and the type of product that that they believe the patient needs and then the pharmacist will then you know make sure that's the formula that the patient needs and we do know from a lot of literature that they're you know especially in CH see if they have different effects on different patients and that's why you know specialist for off with a low dose and then you know work the way forward so you get the desired almost the pharmaceutical effect for the disease being treated same same strategy that's taken in a bunch of other different types of medicines the for treatments as well right absolutely and especially when you're dealing with this type of compound get out of the lower the dose is the better you know but what breeding a variety of diseases intractable pain on in college cases cancer HIV aka CAC feel seizure disorders epilepsy MS multiple sclerosis fastest of the severe muscle spasms Parkinson's Bacolod posttraumatic stress disorder autism spectrum disorder Crohn's disease and muscular dystrophy and it is and as a regular looking at directly at eighty four doctors that are able to recommend Mike when so Dick have we studied whether or not there's going to be enough supply for the demand well the initial discussions we had it you know what and again the board of pharmacy was to try to calculate how much plant matter we need that will make the amount of in the pharmaceutical use we would need based on the disease states that would being treated and that being said that's what the initial discussions of size and scope came about now since then of course and contents with that legislatures you see is adding additional on diseases that can be treated and so what where we're at now I wish you is in the production system they are processing and its batch process we will expect to clear again a second batch for distribution to the pharmacist our Friday morning Friday of this week that'd be about forty three hundred doses and then very shortly there after it in a short period of time they will have more batches that will be available again to the public at the same time southern is coming on line several weeks ago they planted there first you know seeds and of course they are ramping up rapidly and by this fall we expect of southern will have on the server products on the street and so it really depends on you know how many patients come to the pharmacy is that what you know how many people will buy the product what the effect will be by the patient find the products you as to the fact on their particular disease condition that they're trading and then I you know if if everything is successful then we would expect that the man would grow and they will have to increase production I own a ongoing basis to meet that demand and we're not we're not aware of in the commercial insurance that actually covers this treatment yet our our our week as far as I know there is no commercial insurance that will cover this because it is not and after the A. regulated drug under the state under the state and so that will probably be a discussion that we were here in the state legislature this year I'm sure we will have that discussion as well also as you know this is right now is in any election reform and the legislature did pass on some law that would allow for eighty eight metered dose inhaler that's not a thing that's not smoking it's one of the compound is placed into an inhaler similar to what you have for delivery of medicines for asthma or other type of you know the diseases and the reason for that is that you can get a more rapid response in the southern alternative delivery system our versus having to take it all away right final thoughts Mike well you know we're all been working hard we can continue to work hard at this point we have to make sure that the production system stays in place we're trying to get LSU and southern both at full production and everyone has worked very hard to get this in place also that they'll be no doctor shopping because there is a reporting mechanism were also keeping records on the effect of the drugs as well if there are any type of country indications and that is gonna be studied by the board of medical examiners the board of pharmacy my office and you know the other medical professionals well thank you for the update we really appreciate it and I know there are a lot of people that are excited about having this opportunity in order the treat those listed ailments as you so adequately were able to recount far better than I would have but I can tell you and we thank you for your
"mike welcome" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Here thanks for joining us for this great have you with us let's get out to glendora california mike welcome money bob thank you for taking my call i have recently been placed in after the executor of my parents are both eighty seven they are not in the promised land of critical mass but they do have some monthly income of about three thousand and they have some stock and cash portfolio just under three hundred thousand so i am wondering if i use your model portfolio three i think i would go eighty or ninety percent fixed income because we do we need to pay for a caregiver on a monthly basis how soon would that type of investment start producing some income and what would be a reasonable level of income based on two hundred fifty thousand in today's market of fixed income that all makes sense for you well have you seen the investment letter investment portfolio in terms of of the income and the things that are in there yes i do yeah okay well what i'm saying is that if you if you look at page seven of the investment letter we'll see you will see that the current yield of the income portfolio and if you're going to be eighty ninety percent in the income portfolio than i would i would basically say that you're going to be almost entirely in fixed income you're going to have a very small equity component and in a case in case like that i think frankly i would probably just use if you're going to be if you're going to put ten percent of stock market or something like that i would probably make it really simple and just use something like the total stock market index or something like that because you're going to have very very small allocation there but here's.
"mike welcome" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"One one or two five what's up mike welcome did you grab a life hello yeah hey this is barris i'm calling i wanna talk about bill cosby man i wanna talk about this all right go right ahead oh that's what you call me every time i call love your work no man you get off the okaz man 'cause i it all that situation those singing hurry you guys some kids come from the early seventies late sixties one today tom he was such a powerful man back in hollywood in which are a fairly on the show light you know people in boston is racist to me he got a real racist he had to rock what does it say what does that have to do with bill cosby raping women he sexually assaulted women he's a bad guy i liked his work growing thirty years from darius rucker thirty darius rucker do you know how many women accused bill cosby and how many people want money sixty women all got together and your your personal opinion cyber i like bill cosby is much as the next guy but the dude was i'm not saying that i like i mean i mean he did a lot for black communities black colleges no doubt but that doesn't take up for the fact that he sexually assaulted women and used his power to make them feel like garbage my man dna dna with.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The lines are open the hot mic is open sponsored by mike kissel leaker kissling galore for two one mike from all three so mike is on a hot mike mike welcome michael i do it i just want to make our stephen about the the march in washington today joe i leather use your supporter or not the second amendment to the one but you have to be concerned i would think about how completely coop says he's young kids have been by the left and and turning them into the spearhead for they're they're anti issues so how how completely are young kids are manipulated by their you know masumi let's just leaning teachers from a very young age and that doesn't speak well for now the middle of the road conservative started this country going forward i want to comment on that with you because i am an open second amendment guy i don't believe i do believe there should be some age limitations i'm not that crazy but it's funny that you brought this up because i was at home last night i got home late and and one of the one of the child children's fathers from from florida incident was on tv and this gentleman basically come right out and said we don't have a gun problem we have a security problem and this gentleman lost his daughter and and and and the focal point is an exactly what you're bringing up here michael is the fact that the left is so far swung this for their own agenda with the getting the main point here you know and and and you know if you read the article read the paper this week what's left of it there was an interesting article from letter to the editor written by a child or i shouldn't say chill teenager from north kingston high school and they had that the demonstration the other day and he said what an african futility it was it stood for absolutely nothing you know and the way it was handled these kids i these kids if they were taught and told all the facts they can make a difference but if you're going into pushing on one side of the gender and you have a closed mind to things you get closed results i think you know that's my opinion on that michael i don't know how you feel about that well yeah i mean this issue that.
"mike welcome" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"The uh the credibility that is needed in this particular case it's one officer assessing another officer boss in so this this guy knows what he's talking about uh eight six six we be big let's go to mike mike welcome to the program but go ahead hey good morning hey how you doing uh i'm in the law enforcement community and uh i have been involved in one of these hafbro ball active shooter take is in the country if i told you was when it was you would know would immediately um achieve piece here it is if the officer had had appropriate active shooter training if he was the quipped properly to respond in that that is a piece we don't know because they have told us now the fact that the sheriff has come out and that hey i'm unhappy with how he responded and it didn't go the way i would have liked to go um my in my indicate to me that uh there might have been some issues there that uh we're not aware of so just say take on take a moment the because we don't know all the details but the other piece it's gotta be address yes the school resorts off so peace too often uh departments will take an officer who's toward the end of their career of who had some minor physical limitation that would keep them from working the road and uh uh sound emmett school resolve a school resource officer duty because it's the left intent then some of their normal duties and that is probably a uh a a and something that's going to have to change be i'm vic you mean havoc act he'd may conduct out of about you you know you make your employ mike i think our whole mentality in resource officers has got to change militarize it not a babysitter yeah the mentality was there is not gonna be a whole lot going on there so there's this kind of a cushy job for gagging toward the end we gotta change that mentality cosseting okushiri job mountain and when you got has some either that can this ready to engage in and this is at the.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WEEI
"Let's go to my confirming mike welcome to the show i guess one two quick thing first off uh quarterbacks playing a lot longer nowadays brandi harrison said a lot of they have to do with one the rule changes they're not getting killed practices than not tyson is how they used to and disney i wanted to bring up this about the steroid thing glenn cruelty more crazy didn't kamasi klem was say that the football players in america can't afford to get steroids but the four kids then who can republic getting out of poverty 10 can't afford it yeah i mean that that says that whole thing was stupidity that was done uh this i yeah i got enough he said it exactly that way but yeah the idea that he was saying you know uh how could guys use and they're not educated about them and i and my thing was well lighter are all the you know in baseball you had a lot of kids trying to get out of latin america who are willing to do anything were they educated about what they were using you know necessarily i don't know i would guess not in it's a weird we're argument that's where i was going to lease sankoh has at least walk to the show how o how i you training good lisa how are you very well thank you i am i just want to make a point if i remember correctly i think it was last week of the week before you that you were talking about um how actually that last week scheme that it was it's the toughest defense that we're going to face all year um was jacksonville so let's see and how we won and now you're saying that it's going to be the eagles said it's gonna be the toughest defense that we're going out i think there was the toughest i decided it was tough selfesteem overall toughest yeah the toughest team live of all over all back think on both sides of the ball this team is better than the jacksonville jaguars actually think that blake had a great game go did a great game he he added yeah he choked at the.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WLOB
"Five five mike welcome in to this monday edition of the mike gallagher show i'm glad you're with us and nothing new cillian just seen all the time let me alone enough who yesterday's john now online jesus two i am a very lucky guy that it get to do this for a living in it is is show gratified in there i never take take take it for granted i never want to take it for granted i also i love the the the fact that i can come into a studio and tell you personally about a product that works over something as important as pain relief in pain relief can be devastating what are you not doing because of back pain around activating her legs made knack alexa can lead paint relief factor each product that was already billica decreased modern football although the wearing of the people got little relief effort relief factor up without the negative schneider factored i'd be provocative without the technology practically dramatically agitation electorate strict curbs blatantly chapter because it is essential for short the part reflect ways to take part in bindings keltec men were given a product the from ninety that's five because it's been all bags which you.
"mike welcome" Discussed on The Cryptoverse
"So today i'm with mike maloney author of the bestselling book the guide investing in gold and silver protect your financial freedom mike is also the crazy and the host of the hidden secrets of money a series of documentary style videos that he publishes full free that's for free otherwise you're going to send me ability to this that these videos take you step by step through how the monetary system works and ultimately reveal the hidden secrets of money episode eight is entitled from bitcoin to hash graff the crypt a revolution and it's just been released so mike is come to have a short chat with us about it you can find out more apt hidden secrets of money dot com so mike welcome to the court to this thanks for having me chris how're you doing i do an excellent today mary i'm doing great exit so mike do you know what i'm just going to give you a bit of history with you'll material i studied you'll material like years and years and years before i even knew what bitcoin was an actually i think even before oh bitcoin was a twinkle in the creators i am well and i am grateful to you for that because when i will have no he's as a cryptic or is he teach i i actually say to people like one of the problems of getting people to understand cryptocurrency is is if if you're not grounded in like what problem it seoul's i if you don't have the full is an existing system just because you've never questioned it is difficult to really appreciate how profound decrypt a revolution is because you have to begin with almost like what the hidden sacred him when he teaches explained the problem so then you can appreciate the solution would use its asa for a first assessment yes there is an excellent assessment of the problem on our episode four of hidden secrets of money it reveals how the monetary system works and how currency is created and how it's in a form of enslavement people just really don't get how they're being enslaved in the future just in order to have currency.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WLOB
"Of architecture and finishes i'll give you an example in downtown a palm springs there's a restaurant call lulu that kind of speaks to midcentury modern to the extent you've got this old building but it's got interesting an neon and and of course the interiors are gorgeous the lighting in that those large chandeliers or bid century modern they're just beautiful they are so how does that convert to your business and antiques while the midcentury modern that you see here architecturally typically as defined by a lot of linear already is sharp angles floor to ceiling windows expansive open spaces that's really typical of the midcentury modern home with regard of the furnishings a lot of it has is sort of a scandinavian origin light of teak a lot of minimal of insulation and patting this yuppie ah the for the upholstered furniture tends not to be over stuff like that like so many of your earlier pieces he had a very distinct look wallhangings again brass than the colors the orange is the the light tan's as typical of myths entry mike we have a caller for you let's go to mike in nevado mike welcome to the program i mike were you good morning vine how are you crying my question about the cold goes i have acquired about three four hundred five months or four hundred humbles the my parents when they passed away and trying to find a market for them away threes one and it was really value at him okay thirty seconds there is some value in the not what there was twenty years ago unfortunately either are hummel collectors groups you might find online otherwise i must say you're going to have to do some mother round to find a market might do you have a website we do and a very active on facebook as well antique galleries palm springs dot com and teeth dal res palm springs dot com.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The program mike welcome back in uh of the speed of light of be obliged to common sense because so things i hear you know uh uh in in some were you know reaching out there into the stratosphere so i try to keep it down to earth in in realistic and uh and those are the kinds of people what do they say about common sense unfortunately all too uncommon very true visger it seems that way more and more everywhere we turn and and particularly four our conversations in the financial world mike it just seems like we're doing things that don't make a whole lot of sense but it that's why i appreciate the time we spend together each week here on the radio program and the the guidance in the insight that you provide because i do believe it is down to earth and provides people some some realistic information to judge how they are doing in progressing in their own financial path and again yekeh in peter the thing is i find this more and more that people are making investments based on information who turns out to be poor information but they don't realize they made mistakes for a long time because they really are tracking their investments and i've had people come in to see me and i've given them ideas and so forth that have gone off and on other things and then come back and said you know what i made a mistake i should have listened to you you're gonna six months ago two years ago whatever was and you know that in a sense is very very sad it's gratifying to me that in fact my advice would have been the ag case but it's very sad to see people lose time and money in in the in the process hannah unfortunately hind fights always 2020 right might john look looking backlogged or sometimes even more clear than that it seems like painfully so when he we talk about a common sense approach here on the program and i do wanna remind you ladies and gentlemen that might not only our source here on the show for this great information but he is also your local resource and if you've got questions or concerns nature have more information on anything you here on the.
"mike welcome" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Cannot afford that now how do the teachers afford it will they have a great insurance plan but i must say give more money to the teachers you know it it's a lot a broken person but a bruised um and you know the education the teachers are only as good as the era so i mean you know but giving them more money is always a great incentive but there's a lot of other aspects in our society can be focusing on and killed him more money is a great incentive a we're a hell is the money going to come from you know i'm tired of being taxed just i mean that was the first thing out of your mouth so here's a brand new tuesday we acts in that aid sales tax that will be with us forever yeah let's not right ridiculous right dan that uragan mike welcome to the program i i yeah you know it it down gray a one eight count beat your retirement he got that any other already know it nate that thirty years in an epic nikki rocco now vow it got pathetic or retirement but it got two hundred thousand at all well no way every eric elwood covered up that can't even cover what they have now which is going to be the point of my next story so i'm glad you brought that point up i was going to bring it up within the context of the next story about the state pensions you know eating us alive but certainly certainly that would add to that the slag heap of writing big time something to be considered that's all part of the big picture isn't it yeah good observation thank you for that four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight um if you wanna comment on this proposed ballot initiative that would raise the salary of teachers to that of our legislators would you be about hundred four thousand dollars a year now when it comes to education california's um have have had a change of heart there was a poll conducted some research done and it seems that over fifty five percent of the voters want government to mad cow in california offer vouchers or tax breaks to enable children from lowincome families to attend to private school a different schools school choice fortysix percent would offer that the.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WJR 760
"On lake st clair and the st clair river the lakers in much better shape today than it was back in my day but serious problems do remain let's discuss some of those problems that put tential solutions with the founder of save lake st clair he is my good towel mike welcome to the program i thank you for having me a might tell us a little bit uh for those who may not know about save lake st clair your group wanted to get started what are you do all good armed it felt good and we ban i got working hard to establish what going on as far as the luton's and better after what in the lake the focus in on what we believe it good look we get put our resources or gortat what basically sewer overflows i'm due to our lack of uh out aid infrastructure and overpopulation built on it of her structure or trying to highlight no the the fact that we unfortunately r e m at the dump and do it in the water what we all need to live on on which goes into lake think where it not a little bit quite a bit um ever ever rolled or not everett what i 5 billion gallon for europe's george over well in the lake thorpe out of work at a word cart on on what's going on trying to alter come up with solutions on how to fix that and help protect our lake our history our ecosystem what the net lake in a continued us he lake st clair if beauty that he is what birds problem that you will you know mike there that's interesting you mentioned sewage because for many years now we we keep hearing when we talk about the detroit river like fake layer some of our other waterways that the sewage discharge issue has largely been particularly municipal sewage but are you talking municipal id are you talking residential what what what's the problem or is it an infrastructure issue are more than what it was in the past what i think it is and it it it infrastructure issue um that we've just simply over populated the area and all were oh goes into the same pipe and we're taking rural areas such as what not well like.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing
"Support for wsj comes from comcast committed to improving your customer service experience with two our appointment windows including nights and weekends because they should fit into your life not the other way around learn more at xfinity dot com slash service the future of mapping technology as google maps gets virtual with eyelevel imagery from the most remote parts of the world this this tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome mrs the wall street journal's tech news briefing i'm tanya boost us in new york so google wickets popular feature google maps is on the search for new features that will entice users to use its app amateur cartographers are taking shots of any the world streets using cameras on vehicles as gugel moves to more difficult locations all over the entire world in doing so it's coming across some unusual challenges as capturing this i level imagery in some of the most remote parts of the world can be rather challenging joining us now to talk about the new tech involved in google maps in mapping tech in general is wall street journal reporter mike cherney joining us on the line from australia hey mike welcome hi so you look at this fields in tag that is mapping and you look at google maps in particular with its street view feature it recently amped at mapping shots from these faroff places all over the world what kinds of things can we do nothing seemed to be keeping with the times and getting a little bit more virtual particularly in australia yet blow with the release of they did him out um.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Keep notes on either those conversations at all none nothing they planner nuton honey then you have then a series was nine different conversations with much more hands on president rather than one who really can't get to the golf course fast enough and you keep copious notes on every single one of them somebody please give me a rational explanation why that particular pattern of behaviour makes sense other than what i think it was which is colmey is a partisan democrat who was looking for a way to torpedo donald trump short kept copious notes knowing only he knew of the existence of those notes and if anything untoward happened he could then somehow leverage either himself into the position of the fbi and where he will be untouched forever and ever or he would caused the downfall of president trump again the conversations with the last president not a single no taken when we heard he was taking notes with that with donald trump what he saw this is just my practice really sir it's your practice but it didn't print that practice didn't start until donald trump won last november very curious mike is in cambridge good morning mike welcome delivers a show i i felt the trunk of owner thinking of the wrong kind of a headache this millie bobby where the the mafia don at our loyalty or or like a community organizer perhaps might have a different connotation when at her loyalty i agree with the senator could play a perfectly normal her they've got a question her record at the you know maybe if maybe if he can sat back in his chair donald trump had kind of channeled marlon brando and said on whom on wanna make you an you no you can't refuse here i want to noise you're going to be loyal to me you know i'm mean colmey dude or you're gonna being loyal meet maybe them right maybe them but a others washington dc and the left media i can tell you might they are all the twitter about this they think it's just so exciting anna of feeling that around lunchtime they're gonna say boy we'd better figures something else all because this one work and mike things your call britiah telephone of here's four one zero wcbm six in tokyo longdistance it's one eight hundred.
"mike welcome" Discussed on WWL
"Or you could keep it for yourself offer grammercy mike welcome to wwl it was a good time i just call to give my opinion appreciate it uh in my opinion i don't think repair crime will never never stop in all airfare educate the young women heaven's children the children are raising the cable at stop right there mike what what stops there what stops the young children in the young girls in and by the way it's not it's already because it's the boys to the power radio generation end of the already in full swing already has several if you look at that yemen that's all walked up and go penitentiary up dan francisco veal wherever it is the grandchildren other got irap an people they got alive they got father and son dole tabernacle the weather young 17yearold some fifteen and whatever you're gonna crack grapo the ankle i know but you know yesterday i mentioned that for some people go into to prison is a is a family reunion as a family you got all your friends lillay will you up with awkward there forever different generation heiko already we already in motion is not a whole lot that's going to be gone about how the police you you can hire over how many police chief only perry have to go after the rich republican i'm a cheap or in office sampha yeah i mean i i i don't blame the police department because this is more a cultural problem than it is a police probe profit an energy judicial system problem is well aware that they that i thought he was right i want to shake his hand cultural pop it wanted to deal with the b five young guys penalty corner i though that effort how many of them look so if they probably have a gun on it was like sick the federal level oh come on gonna look be alive out of seven of them at least five.