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Still struggling to find work
"Start the program today with our favorite four letter word. J o b s jobs. Unemployment is down as we learned last friday. That's good and people are coming. Back into the workforce after being let go or having given up earlier in the pandemic but what those people might find once they get to. The workforce is kind of not so welcoming because finding a job is not getting any easier. There's a monthly report. The labor department puts out. It's called jolts job. Openings and labor turnover summary just like it sounds what openings there are out there and the good news is that they were up a bit those openings last month from september but still there were a lot fewer openings than this time last year so marketplace's mitchell hartman gets us going by checking in with some of the job seekers. He knows to see how they're doing the key stat right now when it comes to finding a new job there are nearly twice as many job seekers as job openings. That's what twenty nine year old. Dana marlin is up against. She's been looking for a new job in sales since she got laid off back in march from a company outside chicago that puts on marketing events. As the weeks went by. I started seeing people who were my own managers people who had a lot more experience than me. Posted on linked in their teams were being laid off day themselves or being laid off so beautiful people. I'm competing against marlin. Says she's had lots of interviews but no offers that's also how twenty six year old bailey trips hunt for a new digital marketing job is going in suburban saint louis and she says cove is a concern if she does get an offer. I've had interviews. They've made it very clear about as a neil employee. I'm expected to be in office For a time. That's made me uncomfortable. But i have to balance you know finding a job and accepting versus my own safety and slogging it out in this pandemic afflicted job. Market isn't for everybody. Amy wilson is thirty eight and lives in longmont colorado. She's worked as an office and operations manager. She and her husband were both laid off in early spring and she launched her job. Search as the economy started reopening in may but just was not having much luck. hiring was depressed. I wasn't getting the call backs for jobs that i wanted. So yeah kind of just made this decision to go back to school instead. She's taking classes aiming to have her associate's degree in communications. By this time next year. I'm mitchell hartman for
Fresh update on "operations manager" discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast
"That never changes soon but as we really our best to serve the veterans community. We've got to know some amazing people. One of the people that is amazing is with us today. And he's no he is no stranger to the mighty oak show or to the mighty oaks youtube channel. In fact if you look up luis rivera you'll find his video. I believe it's still the most watched and listened to video on youtube channel. Which is crazy to me. Because i didn't think it was good but lewis. Apparently other people think it's It's awesome the we actually works with us here at mighty oaks. He is the operations manager for our programs team. And again if you're not familiar with what we do. We do a number of things with veterans but kind of the core of what we do. The main effort of mighty oaks is what we call our legacy programs and we have these programs at one of four locations across the country. It's a week long program where men are men's program ladies in our women's program come and really we talk about trauma we talk about what it is and how it impacts not only us but our relationships and our worldview and our purpose going forward but beyond that We like to offer a solid framework to move forward. In spite of what's happened to us and so we do that. But that is our main effort generally and this year has been different but generally we have close to eight hundred folks that will go through one of those weeklong programs again across the country and louise's very very integral and managing that and so thankful for his perspective before mighty oaks though he served in the united states. Navy and for a large part of that served as a navy seal. And that's what. I want talk about today so many interesting stories that we have in the weeks. You and i have talked several times even on the mighty oak show. But i wanted to talk specifically today about your experience. coming into the seal community So for those of you. Those that don't know you talk about how you came into the navy. First of all your is really interesting because you didn't have a direct pipeline into to buds into seals. In fact you serve quite a while and the navy before you made that leap so talk about how you got into the navy and then how you ended up Going to buds in the first place and endless Let's talk a little bit about that training. If you don't mind yeah. I would start off by saying that..
How Staring At Clouds Can Improve Your Marketing Results?
"So today I'm going to talk about how staring at a white clouds can improve your marketing but not the clouds in the sky that are white and fluffy. These are the kind of clouds that are on the internet. And what I'm talking about our word clouds, so if you've never seen a word cloud it's a collection of words from a series of or text could be an article could be a web page could be anything and the words get bigger. The more the word is mentioned and a lot of the times that are colored. So, you know, some colors are bright. Some colors are darker and depending on how you look at it certain words will pop up at you home. Now. I did an experiment this weekend. Since we're close to a presidential election, I put up to word clouds in this was actually graphic that I found that had both by objections and Trump's inaugural speeches and it had all the words that they mentioned and obviously the more they said them the bigger the words were and I asked people to look at them and give me the two words that popped out one from each candidate. And as I went through all of the results about eighty percent of the people saw different words now, obviously if she people's political leanings their expectations, maybe something they read or saw on the news that they might have changed the way they answered that question off. So, I think it can be the same when people are reading our marketing messages depending on their frame of mind or maybe what they just read off they may read them differently so it could help us to know what our marketing messages are saying to people And we could use a word cloud to do that. Now I found two different word cloud tools, and these are easy to use one is called word clouds. Calm down. The other one is called tag crawl. Word clouds. Allows you to import a your realm and then it gives you a lot of creativity. You can change the color theme you can change the shapes. You can do a whole bunch of different things with it and it can create some really cool graphics and different impressions of what you want to see above. The other one is called tag crawl. T a g c r a w l in this one is a lot more simplified. Yes. It gives you the ability to import a URL but it will also allow you to limit the word shown so you could say show me just the top 20 or 25 or maybe all the way to a hundred. So you have the ability with these two different tools to look at different URLs and see what words are popping up. So the first thing I'd like you to do before you utilize these tools is answer five core questions, and these five questions are about what messages you want to get across to your audience. So the first question you want to answer is who do you serve or who is this message for? Who is the Avatar? What is the special thing that you want to get across to that particular person? So you can use the word you but if you use a very specific term like operations manager or salesman or something along that line. It's going to resonate more with the people who specifically are in those positions. The next question you want to ask is what problem do they have? What's the thing keeping them up at night what's on their mind off? Can they resonate with the idea that you're trying to get across? The next thing you have to ask is why is that a problem for them? Can you define the specifics behind why it's a problem in their world home and do they even recognize that problem. Do you have to let them know it is a problem. So they have to understand and feel emotionally connected to what it is that you're saying.
Some of Edward Hopper’s Earliest Paintings Are Actually Copies He Made From a How-To Art Magazine
"Zoom in art history doctoral student of the court hauled institute in London has just caused quite a stir in the art world. was. Shadwick has discovered that at least three of Edward Hopper's early oil paintings are copies of other artists work. Two. Of them come from a magazine for amateur artists that was published before hopper's paintings of the same scenes and a third appears to be copied from Victorian painted porcelain plaque. Painting by Bruce Crane that appeared in the magazine, the art interchange in eighteen ninety called a winter sunset is nearly identical to. Eighteen Ninety, seven old ice pond at Nyack. A painting that also appeared in the art interchange in eighteen eighty, six called ships by Edward Moran is a near identical match to Edward Hopper's ships from eighteen, ninety eight. And the Victorian Porcelain Plaque based on an unidentified painting I think needs a little bit more verification but it does look just like hoppers 1897 church landscape. You can see all of these side by side in the New York Times article linked in the show notes. But a couple of notes on this Carter, foster hopper expert and director at the Blanton Museum of art in Texas notes that it's not at all unusual for artists of the time to have gotten their start by copying other works it was part of the learning process. But the problem is that much of the myth of hopper that he leaned into a bit while he was alive was that he had a preternatural talents especially evident in his early oil paintings that he created all on his own quoting the New York Times for Kim Canetti curator of drawings and prints at the Whitney. Museum. In New York where she is. At. Work on a big hopper, show the copying that Mr Shannon with revealed has more important repercussions. It cuts straight through the widely-held perception of hopper as an American. Original. She said as an artist whose innate genius allowed him to emerge on the scene without a debt to others. The only real influence I've ever had was myself. He wants claimed and quotes. And importantly, hoppers version of old ice pond nyack is currently being sold by an art gallery for between three hundred and four hundred thousand dollars. Will these revelations change anything about that price points and other sales of his early works? Showed wakes discovery is still in the process of being compiled and peer reviewed but perhaps, the market and hoppers legacy will shift somewhat in the near future. You know hopper's art has become a symbol of everyday life in mid century America his paintings brought to life the predominant thoughts and feelings of the time quoting again from the New York Times critics and scholars have always been intrigued by awkwardness that hopper allowed himself in many of his classic paintings sees that looked more painted than liquid in his famous groundswell, the Awkward Anatomy of his female nude in morning in the city or the stony faces of the diners in nighthawks. Now that we know that hopper was never a painting prodigy we can think of his later paintings as deliberately revisiting the limitations of his adolescence and finding virtue and power there. There's a classic move in American. Culture to see the unschooled in Homespun as more authentic and especially as more authentically American than the sophist stories of those decadent old Europeans end quote. And yet this is something I think about sometimes you know oddly for a nation. So deeply entrenched in its origins in the idea of the Protestant work ethic does seem to be this pervasive narrative throughout the centuries in. United. States that someone who is just miraculously gifted born perfect in a certain field or talent without help or instruction from anyone else is so much better. So much more deserving of being glorified than someone who Had to work hard at it who trained in grew over time maybe made some mistakes along the way not only does that do a disservice to the true fact that many people do have to work hard to perfect skills and talents and lead many to give up if they think they're not perfect at their first shot, but it erases the many people who help someone hone their craft and make it to where they are. Leads us to only praising leaders, celebrities, Star athletes, people in the spotlight and forgetting all about the people, the coaches, the teachers, the drivers, the medics, the operations, managers, the custodial workers, the domestic workers, the caregivers. Who Make someone's life like that possible I don't think there is anything at all wrong with Edward Hopper copying other artists as he learned his craft. But I do think it speaks volumes that he chose to or felt he had to particularly as he became this emblem of Americana Incarnate, hide that he had had any type of early instruction or influence, and thereby taking credit over these other artists instead of bringing them into the fold with him the New York Times mentions that part of it was so revolutionary and captivating about hoppers work was his depiction of average everyday life in America and they conclude I. Agree quotes. If. Hopper claimed to be an absolute original uninfluenced by others, his greatest paintings work hard to convey a different image of their maker. Their studied awkwardness asks us to imagine him as someone who might indeed have started his career copying someone else as just your average American working hard to make good end quote.
PRO TALK with Rick Watson
"Brick Watson is a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you so much for agreeing to do this all. Thank you for having me Pat and it's a pleasure to be on your show. we were talking before the show. The last time we ran into each other was with the home builders show in Las Vegas, and as you pointed out, the world has changed a lot since then. Things have changed as I said, just a little bit since then but you know what a great show you know. I love when you guys come in and talk to us about our new products and things like that. It's it's. It's an exciting show. I really love to do that show. I'm not in my white coat day. So sorry about that. We explain that you wear a lab coat when you're talking to folks at the builders show yes I do I am the Doctor Watch son if you will of paint. So are you able to to work from home or are you going into the office? What's going on with your work life? Well? I'm actually as you can see, I'm in my office I've been back in my office for two three weeks up to a month or so So we do have some people still in the doing their jobs from home quite effectively, and we have a a lot of number of folks still a coming actually down to the offices. Well. So where's your attended? Where's your office in downtown Cleveland Ohio? Can you tell me? What exactly it is you do for Sharon Williams and. If you've been there a long time and if you worked for other paint. Companies. Well my boss wonders what I do as well but no, that's that's just a joke. So. So when I, again, the Director Product Information Technical Services. So what we do in in my office is a number of things. One we help bring new products to life and you're aware of the new products that we introduced at the ibis So what we do is we help commercialise those products from data pages information from labels that you see on those cans to bringing that product to life in a number of our systems you we create, and we also maintain all of that information over our existing stores. product portfolio. So we also have under under my area. If you will. We also have what's called a product hotline and we have about ten agents that actually take a lot of calls from our stores and all of our field people when they have questions about product or say you would call in your store or something you would call in and need some help on. A. Specific Specification on how to paint this piece him aluminum or whatever it may be We have agents that will actually take care of that as well. How do you train those people? They must have to know a ton of stuff. Well yes. Yeah. Typically you know what we what we talk about is. When you're in the field, you kinda get It get trained really quick in the field. Put it that way you know you're dealing with contractors coming in a lot in there, asking all these questions. So it it's kind of like repetition. So if you've been out in the field ten plus years, you've seen a lot So all of our agents of. Roughly twenty I think it was around twenty two years of service with Sherwin Williams on average. So, we have some agents that are thirty five years and was Sherwin Williams I have thirty three years in with Sherwin. Williams. So you know what's a lot of knowledge that you gain over a period of time working on the phones or in the as well? Did you start in a paint store or as a painter or are you a chemist? What's what's your background? How does one become this person? Well actually. In order to get myself through college a friend of mine I started a paint company little paint company painting houses in the summer, and when we come home from from school and the brakes, we would go to houses and pain inside or outside whatever. And it just so happened one day. There was a career fair at Ball State University where I went school Sherwin Williams was there. You know I was a little bit cocky I said Hey I used your paint and a the manager there said why don't you come and interview I said Okay I will. So long story short I interviewed started as a management training person. And went to commercial store in Fort Wayne Indiana. And from there I worked as the operations manager for a few months and then became a sales rep and from sales rep. I did that greatest job in the company. I love being a sales rep going out talking with contractors you know getting my hands dirty getting closed you know closed dirty you name it a great job. But I wanted to change. So I went into managing a store. And then from a store, went to open up brand new store. And then realize you know i. you know that that's a lot of lifting you know my ankles and the knees hurt. So I said maybe I should use my head in my mouth and then came to Cleveland and worked in our product hotline for a number of years, and then just basically progressed up into the director of product information.
Washington, DC non profit bike shop targeted by thieves
"That fixes donated bikes for re sale has been hit by thieves recently, but staff members say that will not slow their role. For long. The booming bike sales has been felt. Retailers who can't keep bikes in stock. That's been the same experience for nonprofits like gearing up bicycles in Northeast D. C, where young people refurbish old bikes for sale operations manager Keith Jackson said. Crowds started coming in March. Kids in the program were stunned. They literally turned around and looked at me terrified. What am I supposed to do with all those people out there? The success was apparently noticed by thieves who stole bikes that were ready for sale This week. Staff volunteers and participants are working to get the weekly sales going again by July 20 5th Cake Ryan w. T. O P News
Cyber Hackers Have a New Target: Our Schools
"The knowledge shared to the personal data stored schools are a wealth of information they're trying to him all the time that personal information and an easy payday that as hackers finding new ways to break in I've seen three thousand attempts at trying to break into systems from the outside in a single night and it seems to be getting worse I do believe we're seeing a an increase in attacks April Martok is the cyber security and operations manager at Seattle public schools she says hackers see schools as soft target one is schools are generally not resource with a lot of cyber security staff and a lot of cyber security tools and systems to protect them another reason these criminal see dollar signs they can make money they can get paychecks redirected they can get paid for construction invoice they can get ransom it's been successful at many districts across the country ransomware attack is something leaders at the Moses lake school district in eastern Washington never saw coming why would a school district in Moses lake the interesting anybody in Russia that's exactly what happened we're counting on when they sent an email with a contaminated link a staff member clicked on that link leading ransomware in that encrypted their systems the district faced two choices pay the five point three million dollar ransom or rebuild they decided to start over very destructive we were you know will without technology in the network for quite some time when everything had to be rebuilt and I will tell you still to this day were we have some lingering effects of rebuilding even at Seattle public schools a large district with more resources and layers upon layers of protection hackers still tried to break in we have seen attacks would have had them to be successful in a very small number of machines but we we smash them format them and we continue on describes what's happening as an escalating the more the better cyber security experts get a protected in schools the better hackers get I do think there's going to be more and more intelligence in the attacks they're going to be able to customize it which means it's up to everyone to do their part to keep the hackers out Holly many now for como news last fall servers at the north shore school district were hit by a significant cyber attack we reached out to district leaders but were told they wouldn't be able to help with this story message posted on the district's website back in September read in part many systems remain non operational we anticipate that some systems may be unavailable for several days there is no evidence that student family or staff data has been
Seattle: Schools prove soft targets for hackers
"In it's a problem all over the country including here in Washington last summer the Moses lake school district was hit with a ransomware attack when an employee clicked on a contaminated link and in the fall the north shore school district also suffered a significant cyber attack April Marduk is cyber security operations manager for Seattle public schools and says hackers see schools as soft targets basically a system that is not hard it's not staffed enough
Climate Change Threatens Alaska Census Count
"Now News. to Alaska where some communities are on the front lines of the impact of climate change warming temperatures and thawing. Permafrost are forcing some Alaskan native villagers to look for firmer ground on which to live. And that's also making it harder to get an accurate population. Count for the twenty twenty cents in parts of the state. NPR's Hansi Lawan has been traveling to some of these remote areas for this report once a decade the US government's largest peacetime mobilization officially begins with a trek to the most northern state in the Union Census Bureau officials crossed the Tundra of Southwest Alaska by Bush plane last month to reach the fishing shing village of took Sook Bae Ba. I community in the country to be counted for the twenty twenty cents. Is You land on a strip of Ice Jessica Amazon she coordinates the bureau outreach to tribal governments in Alaska the airport terminal is essentially. It's not even building. It just hasn't mention their blocks the wind. And then you go go up to the actual village typically by snow machine after each villages counted census workers often hop back attack on a snow machine. Or if you're in the lower forty eight a snowmobile or sometimes into a dog sleigh to journey across miles of frozen ground and ice roads to reach the next village village temperatures in Alaska though have been heating up twice as fast as the global average making counting in some parts of the state more complicated we seen gene landmasses just disappear overnight and we're talking a big chunk Alan up twenty feet or so Romi caddy anti is a relocation coordinator for village northeast of took bay called new talk. Many residents. There have been forced out by erosion and rising waters that seep through floorboards and lead to black mold and homes. There are leaning telephone poles all over the village structures are beginning to fall from their foundation. Dacian the two thousand ten census counted just over three hundred fifty people. Living in new talk and the community has used that number to get its share of an estimated more than one and and a half trillion dollars a year in federal funding guided by Census Data Ba last fall a third of new talks residents relocated into new homes in mocked Avik. It's replacement village. That's on higher ground and this year. The Census Bureau is planning to count the community as to villages would separate population counts. So I asked Romi Taty Day. Hey what does that mean for. How much funding the community receives over the next decade? That's a very good question and a very scary question. There's gotta be a way Eh. For communities that spurious these kinds of threats to have additional funding in the transitionary period recent global warming and how slowed affect in coastal areas rivers and. It's not just one village in all the villages back in took set bank tribal administrative Robert. Pit Gus says. Climate change brings a particular challenge to Alaska native villages that rely on funding tied to their census numbers. What are you worried about about over the next ten years? I'm just worried that there may be lack of funding to fix all kinds of erosion occurring in many villages indescribable for Diana Turkic. It was partly forseeable. Turkic is the operations manager for the took base of regional clinic. And she's worried about the ice road. Other villages rely on to get to took suck base health clinic and research winters. It's sometimes been too warm to drive over a nearby river it hasn't frozen Over and it's made it more typical to get seen over here so they rely on. Claims Moore Turkic says the rising temperatures reminder of what you elders have long predicted and she wonders census workers who often have to use ice roads to get around may encounter a vastly different Alaska by the next count in twenty thirty. The way things are going. Maybe they won't maybe they will not have winter. That's like so many years from now and I just don't know Romi Cayenne Tei says in new talk. Many residents are not waiting to see what else climate change brings. There are so many people that are scared about the weather so a lot of people have been seeking shelter with their relatives all over the region. So you're GonNa see that census number drop a little bit ten years from now though. County wants to see new talks community reunited on solid ground in their new village of mocked Avik population. Three hundred fifty by the twenty thirty cents is he hopes or maybe even higher
He slaughtered his family for a Bulgarian webcam girl
"Margaret and Chad provided a nice life for their three boys. They lived in an expansive home. And had all the trappings of affluence cars. Video Games and horses yes. Margaret was a horse person as everyone knows the garage loves loves horse people centers. She adopted in rehabilitated. A retired racehorse named lady and even after lady died she still went to the stables. Abel's Daily to work with other horses. Margaret worked as a client operations manager at a healthcare company Chatham Motto was a Clinical Aw Pharmacists who worked for CVS and who also had a second job. He was a self professed computer guru. One of his CO worker said. The Chad was very proud of his sons. But there are rumors in this case in some references to it by two people close to the case did Chad data motto. The father was a quite difficult man and most compeer people are a side. Note Jason. The oldest of the three boys was not what Chad's biological son. He adopted him when he married Margaret. This was way back when Jason was just three years old. It doesn't seem that Jason was as close to his brothers as they were to each other. According to Jason. They were known as the football family because they went to every Florida. GATORS home game together. But Jason no longer lived at home and he had moved on with his own life. So the true brother's on the half brothers. Brothers grant. And cody they. They seem to be inseparable. Cody is just one year older than grant and they did everything together. They were on the weightlifting team together at Timber Creek high school and planned on buying matching. BMW's and living in the family home well after their parents retired to their other house which was located in Tennessee. One of their favourite activities involved shooting air soft rifles and real guns as well. and You I can see on grant Amato's facebook profile picture and he is trying to look like a militant bad ass with a big rifle cody grant were on a competitive air. Soft team called remedy. The brothers even went on to enroll in nursing school together. This after grant graduated from the University of Central Florida even early on as seems that cody was somewhat of a caretaker for grant he we had it. Altogether while grant was more scattered in June of two thousand eighteen. Grant was caught stealing medication from his is job at advent health which is located in Orlando Florida. Do we know what kind of medication he stole. I'm going to get into that right now. The hospital staff noticed eight empty vials of propofol and two rooms. Where grant was working he had taken vials they? They were worth together. Combined amount of two thousand sixty seven dollars. These were taken from a storage machine that required a thumbprint to access us. The machine he was captured on surveillance video which was reviewed by the hospital. After the propofol was discovered missing he was seen zien accessing the machine and putting the vials in his pocket. This amounted to grand theft. Hospital officials confronted grant. Who told them them? According to the police report that quote he hit administered the drugs to patients who were not being adequately relaxed by doctor ordered medicine in other words he thought patients needed more drugs than what they were being given so he wasn't stealing drugs for himself to us but to use is on patients. That's his statement. That's his story and he's sticking to it. We don't know for certain administrators believed that this was not the first the incident of this kind. He probably had stolen these items before while being questioned a couple of days after he was caught stealing grant apparently said he was suicidal so the police were called. This was on June. twenty-first grant was arrested but they determined that there was not grounds to hold him under Florida's Baker Act which allows an involuntary hold of people deemed to be dangerous to themselves us and for reasons that have never been disclosed. The grand theft charges for stealing propofol were eventually dropped but needless to say grant was out of job. He was fired and as a consequence of this event he was expelled from anesthesiology school as well and his dad who was funding legal representation for his son. Well he was out of a lot of money. This was money that was set up for grants lawyers. Yeah but let's break this down a little bit because a lot of times if if there is a conflict at work work even if it is stealing they normally won't prosecute as long as they get the material back we got the material back. We didn't lose any money and we're going to then sever ever our ties with this individual by fire them. Yeah I mean He. He's he's fired one hundred percent. I don't know what their reasons were for dropping the charges. If you want me to speculate my guess is they probably didn't want his defense of Oh. I was giving them to your patients right to be in the newspapers whether that's what what he was doing with them or not. We just don't know yeah. Stay away from the bad publicity. So grant is unemployed and living with his parents so what did did grant do all day now that he was unemployed of course he did. What any hard working able bodied twenty something American male would do and and of course? I'm being sarcastic. He spent his days gaming and watching porn. This on a site called Cam. Girls Grant soon soon met a Webcam model named Sylvia from Bulgaria. We all can you spell it website for me. Grant began what he felt what was an intimate relationship with this woman. The virtual kind grant lead Sylvia to believe that he was a successful ambitious. Young Professional Personal Gamer. who had his own apartment and drove a BMW? According to the Orlando Sentinel Grant spent about four hours every night. online watching Sylvia dance and model euphemisms for one on one virtual pornographic activity. And of course this cost money in fact the woman's attentions to grant seemed to depend on how much money he paid. Her grant admitted that her shows cost ninety. That's nine zero tokens per minute to view. which he purchased five thousand tokens at a time? For six hundred dollars he he and Sylvia would video chat as well. Grant seemed to think that the woman was his girlfriend eventually. He began sending her clothes using sex toys which Sylvia would model for him often in pornographic videos. How grant paying for all of this? Well we'll we'll get into that in a minute I hang on. Let me get out my porno calculator. Real quick yeah. So that's five thousand. Four hundred tokens an hour and times that by four hours a day or night. That's twenty one thousand. Six hundred tokens a night on my circulating. Say That's a lot of porno. That's two thousand two thousand five hundred ninety two dollars a day or night. However you WANNA swing that Hammer? It would be cheaper to be addicted to meth but remember kids. Don't do math then. In December of two thousand eighteen. I apologized captain Bob when I was reviewing this information and putting together all the math. I don't know why but it popped in my head out of all the things things you could be addicted to. This is a very expensive addiction. L. I guess we'll know why our our show won't continue The Colonel Got Addicted to Meth. Don't do math then. In December of two thousand eighteen cody grant and their friend Jericho. They went on on a trip to Japan. Cody was very nice. He paid at ten thousand dollars for this trip. So cody is paying for the both of them for him and grant but when the boys returned home this is around December fifteenth grant found that his father was very disgruntled. That grant still had. It not landed a job by this point. It's not clear exactly win. The Amato's found out that their son was involved in a virtual relationship with a Webcam girl. Some news reports state that Margaret noticed male showing up for grant from Bulgaria. Yeah and then was horrified lied that her son had given their home address to a t to somebody in the porn business. Let's say right we. We can only imagine what that conversation was like unfortunately for grant though it seems that his parents also discovered something else at some point toward toward the end of two thousand eighteen chat amato discovered that some money was missing and actually this was a lot of money. Grant was stealing stealing money from his own family. Grant told his parents that he spent this money to promote himself on twitch. I'm captain sure or you could inform us. What twitches all because I'm such a loser that I have all this time to do well? I don't know exactly what it is so I thought maybe you might law blah. I don't know much about. I've never been on it. I think people can be very profitable on it. There's many millionaires from an end. I guess what it is is is that you. You're a Gamer. And then people can watch you game al Qaeda they could pay for a subscription so so there are there are people are doing very well. It's it's but it's kind of a the video game world to me. I haven't been into it since Super Super Mario Brothers so I don't really know much about it but it's it's huge. I mean you can So when he saying I'm promoted myself or I'm this could turn into a profession not as a profession but if if it takes off he could become like a multimillionaire like basically like becoming a youtube star or something right I was is gonna save for Dummies like me. The simplest form. It's kind of a social media. Instagram meets Youtube kind of thing. Yeah Four Gaming Guy Merrily yeah so the truth be told though that's not where the money went. He actually blew it all on his very expensive hobby. Or what I would call obsession with Sylvia. Yeah but even if it went to promote himself on this platform it's a it's a big risk because to to become a youtube star or become twitch star. It's very difficult so now thus begins the family meltdown. Okay on December nineteenth two thousand eighteen. The models called nine one one. This was to report grant was missing. He walked out of the House after an argument with Chad and his mother was concerned because he seemed very depressed at this time and she says possibly suicidal in fact Margaret told the the sheriff's office. She told the deputies that she got a text from grant saying he was quote really tired of everything and quote and was quote just just going to handle it his own way. That's as much of the text that I have. But regardless believing that he had been unsuccessful looking looking for work and had shown some instability in connection with the propofol incident right. And he's at school now. He's spending his days. He's like you said playing video games and watching pornography and if the family just knows that he's just up in his room playing video games all day maybe not knowing too much about the pornography but when somebody says I'm tired of it all and that's all they're doing I think that's a bad sign. Well you know she has. His mother has other tax and other information other conversations that were had right that we're not privy to so calling. The police seems like a very smart motherly. Move here in this this spot and December of two thousand eighteen. Cody confided in his girlfriend. Sloan that he was concerned concerned about his brother. He was concerned that grant was going to kill. Everyone is what he said when grant left the home that day. He took refuge at the home of his aunt. This is Donna. Amato with whom. He was very close. She later said that he was looking lost and depressed at her house. Grant slept during the day and stayed up all night. She and her husband hid all of their guns and while grant was with them having been worn by the Amato's that he was possibly suicidal while grant was staying with her Donnas Bank account was hacked and strange charges started showing up. At least that's what she thought. She came to find out that the nephew you she had taken in stole her credit card information and she wasn't the only one according to the Orlando Sentinel pictures of credit it. Cards belonging to grant Amato's grandmother uncle and one of his cousins were found on his computer upset and betrayed Donna on a called her husband's brother grandfather. Chad D'Amato totally out of character. Chad broke down on the phone. He told Donna the he had been forced to remortgage mortgage the family's home to cover one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of debt racked up by grant. Donna says quote. He told me on the phone. Yeah I'm going to have to work a few more years than I thought I'd have to but it's okay I'll do it for grant it. I don't want him to go to jail.
The Gap Kicks Out CEO Art Peck
"Wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday November twenty first three eight years ago art pack told investors that the gap wants an icon of American fashion needed to quote be remade. In a way that's relevant at the time pack was CEO CEO of the multibillion dollar company which had long been faltering. Today Art. Pack found himself to be irrelevant early this month. The company asked pack to step down after yet another quarter of declining sales and profits in his place steps Robert Fisher son of the company's founders as interim CEO CNN's headline said it all the gap CEO is leaving the company's stock lost more than half its value since he started indeed analysts said PECs ouster after was long in coming according to Daphne howland a journalist with the trade publication retail dive. The gap needs big bold changes ray heart of retail analytics company retail next told Howland incremental change of the sort that packet lead in his five years of CEO would be death by a thousand paper. Cuts Heart Jn said founded in nineteen sixty nine. The gap reached its peak in the year. Two thousand with about forty billion dollars in sales ever since then. It struggled as early earliest two thousand three headlines were asking what went wrong with the gap as the company battle to find an identity. Today it's a far smaller version of its earlier. Khaki Aki selling self but it still big the gap took you in almost eight billion dollars in sales in the first half of two thousand nineteen but as we discussed right here in March wjr the gap has suffered at the hands of numerous competitors and from a staggering decline in mall traffic Spanish fast fashion companies Zara surpassed the gap in sales in the early two thousands and Zahra just keeps zooming ahead with trendy fast fashion garments at low prices this spring the only mass-market gap brand that was doing well was its discount. Chain old navy under art pex leadership gap planned to spend all navy out into its own public company. Those those plans intended for early. Two Thousand Twenty are now in serious question and not just because of pex sudden departure in August old navy suffered sales declines finds for a fourth quarter in a row a performance analysts said was the brand's worst since two thousand sixteen with one bankruptcy or sale after after another over the last few years. There's no question that the apparel industry has become almost excruciatingly difficult to navigate but gap also brought some of its troubles on itself in part by embracing a series of CEO's who seemed to care more about data than about creativity and none was so data. centric centric his art peck. A former partner with the Boston Consulting Group pet joined the company in two thousand five elevated to CEO. Ten years later peck felt creative. Gated directors the designers and merchants who curate fashion were overrated indeed. He dismissed several preferring to rely for direction on Google and Olympics and other metrics in twenty sixteen he called creative executives. False messiahs saying the company had over relied on them to forge the the brand's image. He chose operations managers to lead the company rather than fashion expert. Now perhaps as a result of pex bureaucratic data centric approach the gap finds itself without products compelling enough to draw millennials into its thousands of stores. Those same shoppers have plenty of reasons to peruse the Aisles House of Zara and ATM where merchandise turns quickly.
Questions Raised Over Whether The Cannabis Industry Is Contributing To Air Pollution
"The legal cannabis industry has a big environmental footprint using lots of water and energy but researchers have another concern could the plant itself contributing to air pollution Colorado public radio's Michael Elizabeth Sachs has the story in Garden City right outside of Greeley there are three cannabis grower houses within a square mile one is smokey's Scott Brady operations manager says they try to be environmentally friendly re of an obligation to make sure that we are colletion no this isn't about the pot smoke this is about Turpin 's the organic compounds that make the cannabis plant smell while like pot brady opens up a big bag of but you can have the three D. smells and the earthy smells and the very spicy smell those strong smelling turbines are classified right as volatile organic compounds or VOC's lots of consumer products released VOC's like Acetone Nail Polish remover and many different plants produced pins not just cannabis think lavender. VOC's from cannabis are harmless until they combined with other gases to create ozone here in Colorado is ars air quality concerns go ozone is our largest pollutants of concern we are not meeting the national ambient air quality standards for ozone that's Bursa with the Colorado Department of Public Health and environment she says they're trying to figure out how cannabis might be contributing to ozone because the equation for the harmful gas is VOC he's plus sunlight plus combustion emissions like cars and unlike other VOC emitting plants cannabis is often grown in greenhouses in cities where there are are lots of cars we kinda need to step in and do a study and quantify how many pounds of VOC's are into our atmosphere per pound of marijuana grown some research has already finding this to be an issue but it turns out to be a tricky thing to study the Environmental Protection Agency can't research since marijuana is still federally illegal so states in academics are stepping in like William Sweaty in associate professor at North Carolina Chapel Hill he came to Colorado to team up with the National Center for atmospheric research in boulder he thought an illegal state his work would be in the clear but he found out he wasn't allowed to grow pot in the federally supported research laps he has improvised was collected from different strains of marijuana the types of gases that the plant was emitting really varied by the strain and the life cycle of the plant itself as a grew older matured the types of gases that it was releasing also changed with more than six hundred strains of cannabis in Colorado taste says there could be a wide range of how much turpin gas is emitted by these plants so he's working with Caitlin and the study for more precise look at marijuana have to fill the role with the federal government do in determining the basic science in developing the tools that are needed to make decisions to get more funding Viz wet might work with Canada whose press interest in his research now that the country has legalized marijuana for NPR news. I'm Michael Elizabeth Sacrifice in
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for and I've been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive them. Rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew they'd be coming every ten minutes on the aids. And that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us. We'll let you know what's going on not only on the radio, but through our Carol de traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team. I calling the Carol de traffic tip line two one four nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drivetime time short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Three twenty eight. We'll I'm glad this accident. Didn't last in the rush hour. Let's hear at south Dallas northbound Forty-five at five the merge there. I've got great news. That accident has cleared. Traffic's picking up speed some from a little before Lamar now garland eastbound six thirty-five before. Ferguson Centerville you had an accident in the express limited cleared fifteen twenty minutes ago, but still seeing some lingering slow traffic from about plano road. The Dallas north tollway. Northbound at lovers up to northwest highway, the right lane still blocked off for some maintenance work in that backup is closing in on lemon noun Rockwall eastbound thirty at corporate crossing you've got the right lane blocked off for construction that jam up is solid to about a half mile before to five I twenty if you're on your way to bend broke. We've got a couple of spots of traffic to watch for. So a brief backup starts around the area due to an accident at grand berry road that's in the right lane. Again, a bigger backup starts around Ulan due to an accident around the Bill airbridge that one's going. To take away the right lane as well. Just keep left the whole stretch. And you'll be well, you won't be fine. You'll be fighting through about twenty minutes of traffic. But at least you'll avoid the accident southwest boulevard the way to go once you get to the exit there, and we've got eastbound thirty at chapel creek still affected with construction. So you're slow coming in from five eighty westbound. It looks like they've wrapped a little bit. So things should ease up their east loop south at pipeline. That's the right lane taken away with construction in one eighty three is feeling the effects of that back from Norwood Julian Rogers next report at three thirty eight and breaking traffic alerts.
Charges dropped against Kansas water park owner in 10-year-old boy's death
"Kansas judge tossing criminal charges against a waterpark owner in the two thousand sixteen decapitation death of a ten year old boy, Don county, judge Robert burns dismissing second degree murder charges against schlitterbahn park owner Jeff Henry designer John schooling in involuntary manslaughter charges against a park operations manager who prosecutors said were negligent to the twenty. Sixteen death of ten-year-old Caleb Schwab on the veru to waterslide. The judge same prosecutors showed grand jurors inadmissible evidence in the case the boy's family settled a wrongful death lawsuit out of court for nearly twenty million
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for Carol deny been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive them. Rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew that becoming every ten minutes on the aids, and that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners with the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us real let you know what's going on not only on the radio, but through our Carol be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want invite you to be part of the traffic team. I calling the Carol de traffic tip line at two one four two nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive is from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drivetime short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. When there's breaking news NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD is on the scene. Live in mesquite live in Arlington information, you need as it happens. Let's get the latest now live from McKinney. The news station in North Texas. Newsradio ten eighty KRLD. Coming up tax refund. See a reduction. Also, we will check your business right now. We will check your rose, traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. At six forty eighth. Some good news from south Dallas, southbound thirty five e keast that accident has cleared and I'm seeing forty smooth traffic from the Dallas zoo all the way down I twenty whether using thirty five or southbound highway sixty seven toward Duncanville still keeping an eye on an accident in east Dallas westbound thirty in llanview, this accident blocks the right lane not causing any major delays. But it is right near the Ferguson curve. Slow. Traffic already is slowing a little bit as it passes. Ferguson having to move to the left and then once you get dolphin road. You've got a smooth drive Ford seventy five and forty five and the canyon through downtown Dallas. I thirty headed toward thirty-five is moving at posted speeds also taking a look at traffic in grand prairie eastbound thirty on the ramp to go south on loop twelve we still have an accident there blocking the left lane. No major delays, but definitely slowed down and use caution in that transition in Allen northbound seven. Ninety five at Bethany that accident appears to have cleared. I'm not seeing any delays as folks make their way from spring creek up towards one Twenty-one enteric county, not seeing any major delays on major roadways a little bit of sidestreet volume filling in but eight twenties moving smoothly across thirty five W and east Lupu smooth drive from thirty up towards the merge with one Twenty-one. I'm Daniel Bama. Your next report is a six fifty eight and breaking traffic alerts.
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for Carol deny been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive them. Rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew they'd be coming every ten minutes on the aids. And that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners with the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us real let you know what's going on not only on the radio, but through our Carol be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team calling the Carol de traffic tip line at two one four two nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive is from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drive time. Short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. It's twenty eight we've got a freeway closed in McKinney. It's the Sam Rayburn tollway. Northbound it's a major accident at central expressway. And that's the only good news. Here is your forced off onto another freeway. So it's not coming to a sudden stop or anything at the site of the wreck. But we are at a sudden stop at the very back end of things we're backed up to harden boulevard, and so it's going to be no more than a shouldn't be any more than a ten minute delay. But again, no continuation towards medical city McKinney. Big delay on seventy five south. That's an accident around Haskell Blackburn in it's only in the right lane. That's surprising because we are jammed up all the way from Royal lane due to this accident six thirty five East Room that wreck cleared, but there's still some gridlock from seventy five and it stays slow down through at least skillman westbound six thirty five at Hillcrest earlier truck fire still being cleaned up. There. The fire has been tapped out for quite some time. But you've got the right lanes taken away. So that's why we're slow from high five.
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for caroliina. I've been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew they'd be coming every ten minutes on the aids. And that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners who the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us. We'll let you know what's going on not only on the radio, but through our Carol be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team. I calling the Carol de traffic tip line at two one four nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drivetime short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. And at eight thirty eight in plano on the ramp in the Bush turnpike, northbound Dallas north tollway. There's an accident in the left lane. That's gonna have westbound Bush turnpike, very heavy from at least independence Parkway, Sarah. Giving us a call on that backup Frisco. Southbound Dallas north tollway in Lebanon acts is still working to clear it's all off to the right shoulder, but attracting attention so you from before main street Duncanville the scene of an accident. Here's John Wolf. Yes. It's on the westbound side of of as we approach Duncanville road. Excuse me, left lane was blocked off Jensen gave us an update on that. It's now backed up past sixty seven also if you're coming in of going northbound on three sixty getting past twenty we had an accident blocking the right lane slowing things backed up past southwest Parkway. Let's say Randy fuller. He's got a check on an accident on thirty five W northbound thirty five W still hanging around at berry. There's an accident, right? Shoulder's blocked backup stretches almost a random Crowley and southbound thirty five. W from golden triangle, the Tarrant Parkway look for some delays along that stretch and eastbound thirty from the east loop the cooks to Davis. It's moving slow on that stretch. If you're drive takes you along six thirty five we're still going to see some moderate to heavy traffic from I thirty and mosquito off and on heading up towards skillman watch for another pocket of slow traffic from seventy five heading over to about Preston and southbound seventy five again, still dealing with some slow traffic off and on through plano Richardson. Looks like you're actually still dealing with that slow traffic as you continue south to Woodall. Rodgers in the downtown Dallas area. I'm Joyce Nielsen your next today forty-eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Joyce. Thanks. It's eight forty one nine minutes in front of nine excuse me. Nineteen minutes in front of nine o'clock, Danny.
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for Carol deny been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive them. Rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew they'd be coming every ten minutes on the aids. And that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners with the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us. We'll let you know what's going on not only on the radio, but through our Carol be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team. I calling the Carol de traffic tip line at two one four nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if they're fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drive time. Short and save. Thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Rainy, weather and North Texas can cause big headaches on the roads. Depend on us for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight and breaking news when it happens. Newsradio ten eighty KRLD. Yourself and your family. That's health line live every Monday through Saturday on QN labs dot com. We're back with the lifestyles unlimited real estate investor radio show. I'm your host Lynn. Murrow. And with me today is Terrell warrant active real estate investor in lifestyles, unlimited single family mentor today, we're sharing some of the things we see.
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for Carol deny been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive them. Rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew that becoming every ten minutes on the aids, and that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners with the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us real let you know what's going on not only on the radio. But through our care will be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team. I calling the Carol de traffic tip line at two one four two nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive is from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone. Strive time short and save thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Thirty eight in Dallas northbound thirty five at one eighty three split. An accident is still tying up those left lanes. I do want to remind you though that the right exit lane to westbound one Eighty-three is open. You can use that that jam still lingering back to Wycliffe only fair to warn you that it mesquite on westbound eighty before town east boulevard roadwork going on with the left lane closed off and traffic is very stop and go from six thirty five. Ed in north Dallas midday roadwork along the North Pole way northbound going on from northwest highway to walnut hill, they have the right lane closed off. I've read Gilly your next report at twelve forty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. A.
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for caroliina. I've been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive them. Rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew they'd be coming every ten minutes on the aids. And that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us. We'll let you know what's going on not only on the radio. But through our care will be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team calling the Carol de traffic tip line at two one four one thousand nine hundred eighty some of the best information we receive from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drive time. Short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. I am KRLD business analyst David Johnson. I've covered business for KRLD for over three decades of North Texas is. Diversify business for airlines to retailers from oilmen entrepreneurial women for hi tech. Infrastructure restaurants to construction you'll hear the business stories and get to know the business leaders on KRLD the station. And traffic and weather news and sports KRLD. You get the idea he's respected and trusted KRLD business. Analyst David Johnson interviews top CEO's in North Texas..
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for Carol deny been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive them. Rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew that becoming every ten minutes on the aids, and that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners with the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us real let you know what's going on not only on the radio, but through our Carol be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team. I calling the Carol traffic tip line at two one four nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drivetime short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Three degrees at KRLD. Great to have you along coming up keeping hope alive. When all seemed lost traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. It's to eighteen. So we still have this big problem in northeast Dallas at six thirty five west at TI boulevard. Just the right shoulder getting through it's a mess. The toll lanes are open, but very crowded as you're heading up towards a high five everything in total is jammed up beyond forest lane. The service road is helping out just a bit. But even that starting to slow back so Greenville avenue might help out a little bit. And you've got a couple of north and south routes through there that you can use. I would stick maybe with Abrahams take that up to walnut street, which turns into wrestling that'll get you back over to the high five with no problem. I twenty east campus drive that's going to be an accident again with just the right shoulder getting by so a couple of big mess out there. It's jammed up from thirty five W new travel Halton city that looks like northbound one Twenty-one near handling eater villes. There's about an exits worth of backup there and still big delays heading up towards the lions thirty five north. This is near TMS where we have road work in the right lane and an accident in the right lane at lions boulevard so in total about. A twenty minute backup. Julia Rogers next report, two twenty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen..
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for Carol deny been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew that becoming every ten minutes on the aids, and that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners with the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us. We'll let you know what's going on not only on the radio. But through our care will be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team. I calling the Carol de traffic tip line at two one four nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive is from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drive time. Short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Us traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. And at nine twenty eight in Carrollton northbound thirty-five pass beltline that accident has just cleared out of the two left lanes filling it residual slowing back to around Royal fair park. Eastbound thirty right around second avenue, a stalled in the right lane. So things back into the downtown area downtown northbound forty five near I thirty got a call from Vince on the Carol the traffic tip hotline. There's a stalled truck in the left lane slow new in that area and the north of that northbound seventy five at Woodall Rodgers. It's an accident off to the right shoulder. Slowing you back to around L, the elm street main street exit. I'm joy Hilton your next report at nine thirty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen..
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Operations manager for Carol deny been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew they'd be coming every ten minutes on the aids. And that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners with the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us. We'll let you know what's going on not only on the radio, but through our Carol de traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team. I calling the Carol be traffic tip line at two one four two nine ten eighty some of the best information. We receive is from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information they see if they're fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drive time. Short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Thirty four coming up on KRLD claims of shenanigans with the SAT's and remembering one of music's big stars of the seventies. Traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Seven forty eight. Sam Rayburn tollway north that legacy and Frisco a wreck in the right lane. The slowdowns have actually eased up, so we're not even to spring creek Parkway on the backup plano, northbound seventy five after the Bush turnpike right lane ticket away with a wreck that'll slow things more or less from Glenn Bill, which is just prior to Renner. And we've got this problem as quickly as it happened. It cleared off that's westbound thirty Cesar Chavez downtown Dallas. So no more delays there. And if you're heading east, we've got just a touch of traffic trying to get through Munger and over to Ferguson, Julian Rogers, next report, seven fifty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen..
Trump invites congressional leaders to White House
"Successful apply by of an icy space rock in the outer solar system. Daniel Potter of member station. K Q E D reports a new horizon spacecraft is now set to send back photos and data that scientists say could help explain how the planets I formed the probe is more than four billion miles from earth. And it took six hours for its first transmission to arrive after the fly by we have a healthy spacecraft. We've just -ccomplish the most distant fly by missions operations manager. Alex Bowman spoke just after the team checked the probe systems. The target nicknamed. Ultimate Tuli is some twenty miles long and likely made of gases that upset frozen for billions of years to help us understand the origins of our solar system. It will take more than a year for the full results of the fly by the trickle back to earth. But scientists expect to unveil initial findings this week for NPR news and Dino Potter December is being recorded a seeing the sharpest decline in US consumer confidence in several years. That's according to the latest survey from the Conference Board which nonetheless reported that consumers are ending twenty eighteen on a strong note as NPR's Lena Seljuk reports worldwide jitters about a potential economic slowdown appear to have reached American consumers the Conference Board's measure of confidence among US households declined in December. This was the second month that the benchmark fell since the consumer confidence index peaked in October the survey found Americans less optimistic about the short term future of the job market and business conditions. The seems to reflect worries about stock market turbulence week housing data and President Trump's trade policies that said historically speaking. Consumer confidence remains quite strong, and the Conference Board is projecting that the economy will continue expanding in the short-term Alina you and NPR news. And this is NPR news. The feet see museum in Florence. Italy. Says Germany has the moral duty to return a painting stolen by Nazi troops in World War, Two NPR, Sylvia. Pohjola reports a canvas painted by the eighteenth, century Dutch master Johan, van Haisam is worth millions of dollars UPC director, iky Schmidt himself, a German said Berlin's refusal is preventing the wounds inflicted by the horrors of Nazism from healing. The painting the vase of flowers had been on display Florence since eighteen twenty four after it was bought by Grand Duke Leopold in one thousand forty three. It was seized by Nazi troops and brought to Germany it resurfaced in nineteen Ninety-one following German reunification, Germany claims they cannot intervene because of the statute of limitations on crimes committed more than thirty years ago. Schmidt has hung a black and white photo of the painting and the PT palace. With the words stolen, prominently, displayed in Italian English at Djerba. So people Jolie NPR news, Rome. There was one winning ticket sold for the New Year's day mega millions lottery drawing. The lottery says on its website that the loan ticket that matches all six numbers was sold in New York. The Tuesday night jackpot was worth an estimated four hundred twenty five million dollars, the eighth largest in the game's history the cash option totals more than two hundred fifty four million dollars. Mega million says, it's the second time. The game jackpot has been one on New Year's day stock markets in Asia dragging on the first day of trading of the new year the markets in the region down after economic data showed manufacturing activity in China. Slowed in December, this is NPR. Support for NPR comes from the Cy SIMS foundation since one thousand nine hundred eighty five supporting advances in science education and the arts toward a better more just society. More information is available at site. Sims foundation dot org and the listeners of K Q E D overnight clear. Chilly conditions to continue lows as low as the mid thirties up to the low forty s for the bay area. And we expect sunny skies again on Wednesday and little change in temperatures compared with today is expected in the mid fifties. Sacramento overnight, clear lows of thirty to thirty five Wednesday patchy frost possible in the morning, sunny skies through the day with highs around fifty three here is the one eight program with Joshua Johnson. kqeDorg public radio.
NASA dishes the details from its flyby of distant object Ultima Thule
"Confirmation is coming in that NASA's new horizons space probe has flown past the most distant object ever visited by spacecraft. Definitely looking forward to getting down the science data. So all of our scientists in the world can see what the outer solar system the origins of our solar system have the whole mission operations manager. Alex Bowman says not only was the team the first to explore Pluto. They were the first to directly explore an object that holds remnants from the birth of our solar system. The object is called ultima Thule, which means beyond the borders of
"operations manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Traffic operations manager for caroliina. I've been reporting traffic for over twenty years in the Dallas Fort Worth area. So I know what information you need in a traffic report before I came to KRLD when I had to drive rush hour, I listened to the traffic reports because I knew they'd be coming every ten minutes on the aids. And that'd be getting the most comprehensive traffic information available now that in part of the traffic leader my goal is to push the envelope and provide our listeners with the most accurate timely reliable. Traffic information with every resource that is available to us. We'll let you know what's going on not only on the radio, but through our Carol be traffic Twitter page and Carol de website. And I want to invite you to be part of the traffic team calling the Carol be traffic tip line at two one four nine ten eighty some of the best information we receive from our loyal listeners who travel the same route every day and share the information. They see if their fellow Texans to help keep everyone's drive time. Short and say, thanks for listening in and making NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The traffic leader. Traffic delays in North Texas can happen quickly. Be sure to check in with us throughout the day. More traffic reports more often every ten minutes on the eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. The news, weather and traffic station in North Texas NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Welcome back to the lifestyles unlimited. Real investor radio show today..
"operations manager" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Ten and one zero three one WG wine. Top story. The partial government shutdown is likely to stretch into the new year. Fox's Jared Halpern. Both the house and Senate were in session. Fewer than five minutes Thursday. No votes are expected until at least the middle of next week after New Year's day, the needle has moved towards a very long shutdown just because of the impasse that we're saying house freedom caucus Republican Mark meadows says President Trump border security is constitutional mandate democrat Jim McGovern tried to force a vote on a. Short-term spending Bill Democrats will step up to the plate act like professionals and do the responsible thing, but a democratic Bill will likely have to wait until the new congress convenes on January third on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. Getting word of a fatal fire this morning along saddleback ridge road in the town of Stephen town, orderly involves an ad on trailer set back from the road. The trailer is said to be a total loss some of the dogs seized from an animal hoarding situation and Troy earlier this month or now ready to be adopted by one hundred dogs. Cats birds, ferrets and other animals were all crowded into a home on Campbell avenue. The stench so bad crews had wear has Matt suits going in mohawk. Hudson humane society operations manager, Marguerite Pearson says they're going to be a bit more careful than usual with individuals or families who want to adopt one of these guys for both the dogs and the cats is going to be a little bit more extensive. We have some information that we're going to be handing out. That is specific to animals that has been, you know, either in a hoarding case or just been living in a kennel. Here's an says it'll be a while yet before any of the cats are ready for their forever, homes and birds. She says remain in quarantine for now. W G Y morning news times eight oh four Troy city council. President Carmella Montello facing drunk driving charges state police say they got a call about nine thirty Wednesday night from someone who said they were being followed too closely by a person driving aggressively state trooper care burns, telling news channel thirteen they appreciate the heads up. And we do ask if you observe something you think a person is intoxicated or operating under the influence that you call nine one one, and we can get a true brow to that area. And check the driver troopers Santa's began on interstate eight ninety in Schenectady continued onto the north way both cars exited at exit nine and troopers were able to stop Mandela's car on route one forty six in Clifton park. She blew a point one three for blood, alcohol content. She was also ticketed for following too closely. A spokesman for.
The Monumental Push Behind Getting That Package Delivered By Christmas
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the fresh market, providing party, ready, appetizers platters, end desserts for your holiday celebrations, plus standing rib, roasts beef tenderloin lobster tails and more details in recipes available at their fresh market dot com. Did is crunch time for getting packages delivered in time for Christmas and companies like FedEx and UPS and the postal service, and even Amazon are really feeling the stress. Some have struggled in recent years to keep up with rising. Online holiday demands this year, they have invested billions on new facilities on vehicles and technologies to try to get better at delivering holiday packages on time. And Paris, David Schaper has an inside look long before you click by and type in that shipping address, many retailers and -ticipant did your order, and in some cases that item you just bought is already sitting in a nearby warehouse or fulfillment center and could be delivered in a couple of hours. But most gifts are coming from a lot further away. Getting it delivered in time. Time to be under the tree Christmas morning is complicated. Once the order goes through the item goes by truck and maybe by plane to to a shipping hub like this. The massive new UPS super hub in Atlanta. We are about the size of nineteen football fields one point two million square feet. That's right nineteen football fields. But UPS spokeswoman Kim crabs says it's not just size that makes us hub super. It's the latest in operations technology. Powered by a lot of big data. Rub says the heavily automated facility could process one hundred thousand packages, and our that's about seventeen hundred packages a minute zipping through the facilities, eighteen miles of conveyor belts, if you can have handing down, and you look actual belts themselves. You'll see that. There's different sizes and also different speeds. Smart labels on packages are scams. So they can be moved to the right place to be reloaded onto Trump UPS estimates. It will deliver eight hundred million packages between thanksgiving Christmas and company officials. Say this new super hub and billions in other facility upgrades, and technological improvements should help prevent a repeat of problems UPS had last year when some three million packages a day were delivered late even with increased automation package. Delivery is still very labor intensive UPS hired one hundred thousand extra workers to handle the holiday crush at FedEx hired fifty five thousand seasonal words, as it doubles, its usual fourteen million package today volumes. It's still a couple of hours before dawn workers here at this FedEx distribution center near downtown. Chicago rolling giant metal containers off of semi trailers to be unloaded by workers who scan the packages and then place them onto one of two conveyor belts. It's a ton of it. It's constantly moving. That's Michael Murphy senior operations manager here. He says the e commerce boom is quite noticed. Not only because customers are ordering so much more stuff online. But it's also the kind of stuff they're having deliver. It's a rug that you might need for that front room. It's the new seventy inch TV by the solid bed frame. Go down here a couple of minutes ago. So it's something that we didn't see ten years ago. Whether the boxes are bigger small there's a science to how they move down this conveyor belt, couriers grab packages labeled for the routes and load them based on size destination to make the most efficient use of truck space AM the couriers time when the. One hundred fifty trucks are full they launch almost all at once. But it's not chaos. It's more like a ballet than roller der-. It's engineered, you know. It's not a big circus. It's extremely orchestrated in very very almost calm the way that they launched engineers also designed the delivery routes to keep trucks moving in not wasting time. Stuck in traffic? But there's no denying that. All those delivery, vans and trucks are choking traffic themselves and straining roadway infrastructure, not really designed for this kind of commerce. The supply chain itself is not without king says many packages still get lost arrive late or left at the wrong address. At increasingly theft is a problem. It's estimated that millions of packages are stolen off of doorsteps in front porches and consumers are not just ordering more items every year, but demanding that they get them quicker. So every package that's delivered. Whether it's on time or not becomes a data point for Erie, Taylor's and their delivery partners as they try. To improve for next year's holiday, delivering rush. David Schaper, NPR news, Chicago and tomorrow, David is going to look at the real cost of IRRI Taylor's, providing free delivery. This message comes from NPR sponsor Capital One offering a variety of credit card options with features for a range of customers from foodies to travelers Capital One what's in your wallet credit approval required capital. One Bank USA in a.
Ride the Ducks Seattle owner defends company on witness stand
"Basically said the he took full responsibility. When he was asked actually by a question delivered by the judge from a juror wanted to know if he wanted to take full he would take personally full responsibility. And he said yes, and that the buck stops with him. But he also said when it came to this service bulletin, which is a very key part of the case that he had no knowledge that a service bulletin to fix that specific duck had been issued. He basically said that his operations manager is the man who would decide whether or not to go ahead and fuse that service bulletin and fix the ducking question. But he had not known about that. And he did not know until after the fact that the company had missed out basically ignored eighty percent of the service bulletins issued by rides rides the ducks international. We have various fixes on the duck eighty percent. Eighty percent. How many is that? I don't know. I don't know the actual toll. But that was a quote that was in that's been pushed around in the Terni got him on that. And basically, he said, I just didn't know there was a lot of I don't know at the time he said, but what he what he did say is that he does have a culture of safety there. And that is the way it works is that each person is supposed to overlook the other in terms of watching out whether or not they completed all their safety checks. So the culture of safety also changed once this accident happened because didn't they then start to have another person on board? So it wasn't just a driver and the person entertaining the crowd. Yeah. Post accident, but prior to that in terms of maintenance in what should be done about the ducks that there was this culture of safety. And he just basically discredits the fact that they should have made this check. Now, the service bulletin question was a fixed that was recommended recommended by writing ducks international too. Well, a certain. Portion of the axle front axle. Well, as we know that the NTSB basically determined that the front axle failed because of metal fatigue. But it also said that fix would have not prevented that accident. So there's that question. Mark right there. Let's get down to it. Then there's there's five people who died forty two. Plaintiffs in this thing, what are what are the chances? Brian Tracy's, not gonna lose everything. Yeah. He's had this company for twenty one years, and he has hundred twenty-five employees personally. I don't think because it's a corporation. He's not going to be held responsible financially responsible. But yes, he could lose everything. There's already been settlements out of court. He's already paid up to a quarter of a million dollars in fines safety violation fines because of this crash. What what the jury will end up doing? I don't know. But when the question, you, if you want to read the tea leaves, which he really kind of don't want to do, but the types of questions they're asking it was real specific about what he knew. And did the company know about this service bulletin, and whether or not it should have been fixed. And as we know that's what happened the the sheared off the front. Axle sheared off went into the bus. Unfortunately, killed five people on board that bus and now they're trying to decide who is financially response. Komo is Matt Markevic with the latest on the ride the ducks trial with certainly much more to come in that courtroom.
"operations manager" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A in Cincinnati, Ohio as well as talk radio thirteen sixty K K BJ in bemidji Minnesota while attending the rocket league championship series. Joe had the opportunity to sit down with Josh Watson, ease the ease sports operations manager for Sonics makers of rocket lead. So let's check out Joe's conversation with Josh Watson. They welcome back to checkpoint. XP? This is Joe Sloan. Dreaming was Josh Watson east sports operations manager for Sonics? Josh, how are you? I'm doing great. So Josh, I I'd like to tell everyone a little bit about what you do. And how you came to be. Sure. Yeah. So I've been with sign onyx for about four years now before rocket league launched and for the company, I oversee all sports programs from the highest level down to grassroots play. So we're. Obviously here at the at the championships the highest level of play. I've noticed that a lot of the teams every match seems like it's going to either five games going to overtime. It's very competitive. What is it about this year that makes everything so competitive, I think the stakes are a little bit higher. You know, we we doubled the prize pool this this season. So I think a lot of the players are really starting to take it very very seriously. They've put a lot of effort in. And I think it's starting to show. We're seeing the overall meta of competitive place start to move a little bit for the past few years, and it's been very much about the high skill players. The flashy plays the individualism. We're moving away from that. Now more towards a team focus what is causing that to happen. I think, you know, early on we had some like mechanical marvels people like cuck, sir. And then later on squishy, you know, these guys started to figure out techniques that other people hadn't mastered yet. And so that allowed them to kind of go contested more often than not. And I think now that skill gap is. Completely closed than anyone out here can do these flashy incredible place. And so essentially what what you're looking at is you have to kind of lean on your teammates, and you start to change, you know, change the playing field when you start to pass across a field with extremely precise place. I think it's just gotten to the point where everybody can do incredible things. And so now they're trying to do it together. When you look at other east sports, one of the things you see a lot of the time is one region tends to dominate one reason is very very good, maybe two regions. But we're not seeing that so much here Europe North America Oceania, all are very competitive. Why is that in rocket lead? You know, I think over the years. If you'd ask our fan base. I'd say I'd say they'd probably say Europe is the dominant region. I think it's just because they've managed to take home the title more often than not. But I think this season everybody is just so motivated. I think everybody's been putting in the time. And it's really starting to show. I think you're right. We're at a point now where the players themselves. The teams themselves are also evenly matched that you know. This is really a toss up this year. Obviously when you talk about rocket league, it's hard not to draw the comparison to soccer is that one of the reasons you think maybe Europe takes so strongly to rocket league as those comparisons. You know, I think I think early on it was sort of mentality thing. I think a lot of the players in Europe. Immediately started taking it extremely seriously. They were practising very very hard constantly screaming at each other. And some of the players in North America. Just were having news really more about just having fun. Now. I think everybody's starting to really take it seriously, and they're putting in tons and tons of time and developing as a team, and so I think probably early on it might have just been a mentality thing. I think overall there's been a shift from all of our players, and it's just got an incredibly competitive. You're listening you're checkpoint east sports and gaming radio. I'm currently sitting with Josh Watson, east sports operation manager force Ionics. So Josh one of the things that we see when people talk about rocket league is it's a very accessible Eastport everyone can kind of look at rocket league. And understand the idea. What is it about this game? That makes it so successful to just even the casual fan. Yeah. I think you know, I think it's how closely alliance is something like football soccer. It is you know, it's it's a ball and a couple of goals, and I think most people have been conditioned to be able to kind of. Parse what's going on in the game? So, you know, just at its base level. I think that that's just really easy to understand. And then, you know, then there's some of the things like format of the game. We're talking about five minute games. It's very digestible. It's really action packed. It's always fast. There's no stop and go except when those goals go off. So I think honestly, it's just action action action. And then it's really satisfying goals. Yeah. The value of having your game played in five minute chunks. We saw the rock. Universal open which was to be two instead of three we three and that game felt much more. Where the high skilled players could really shine through because the feels less cluttered. What is it about the three three play? Even though it's maybe a little less action packed people seem to respect the three three format more. I think you know, we call three d three standard in game for reason. I think the game play was you know, the developers did a great job of balancing the game around that game play and over time. I think that's where the highest level of competitive play. They spent the most time playing that. I think you're right. When you when you look at devils. There's there's a lot more space on the field. So you get to see some of these, you know, wild mechanical place, but I think three B three really really rewards perfect team playing communication. I think that's why a lot of the fans really enjoy it. One thing I've been hearing from players here and fans here is moving forward because these regions are so balanced. The idea of maybe adding in a groups play stages, something you see another east sports is rocket league. Could that be? On that happens in the future for rocket league. Oh, I think it's certainly on the table. I know we've already announced that where you're going to be bringing in another region in South America next year. So I think when when we look at bringing in more players, those those types of groups stages are become more and more appealing. You know, especially when you're looking at a three day event, you don't want. You don't wanna have fans necessarily in the stands for ten hours a day or something. Right. So it's definitely an option. One thing. I know a lot of our listeners would like to see more of the live events that we get for rocket league with having a live audience that really doesn't make the difference. Do you think rocket could benefit from being able to have more Orlando that something that's even possible. Given how spread out the various regions are. Absolutely. Yeah. I think we agree with you. Rocket league is really inexperience, and when you experience with other people, it's just takes it to a whole new level. So I think that's definitely on the horizon. We've seen many other sports start moving into the franchise model into different things. Like that rocket league uses the relegation models. Still does that just make more sense for the way rocket league sports is set up. I think you know, it's it's easy to kind of look at the overall sports landscape and everyone's kind of doing their own thing. And it's easy to start to say does this work here. You know, what worked for another game work for rocky league for us at this point? I think at the age of the for the promotion relegation system, it is fitting our sport really really well as we look at the future, and what that might hold. I think we we have to look at every option within the ecosystem and say, you know, what are the things that worked for X game that might work for rocky league and try to find the best system. So it's definitely something that we're considering you know, as we move forward moving away from that promotion relegation system, but for now. It really fits the game one. Final question. Do you have a message out there for the rocket league? Sports fans. Follow our show. What can they look forward to in the coming years rocket league? Lots more of the same kind of exciting game play fantastic. Fantastic plays fantastic players. And you know, if you are a fan, thanks so much for all the support. Josh Watson, east sports operation manager for onyx has been our guest here today. Thank you so much. Josh. Thank you, really. Appreciate it. Thanks again to Josh for his time and dishonesty for inviting us out to the CS. Listen, we want to hear from you. What did you think of season six of the us connect with us on social media? That's checkpoint XP on Facebook and.
Settling into a new posting in PNG
"Papua New Guinea is gearing up to host several world leaders next week for the APEC summit and UP g correspondent Natalie wafting arrived just weeks before the major event, and she's had to get to work immediately while adjusting to a new country for correspondence report nets gone searching for advice, and she's taking a look back at some of the early pitfalls. She's faced in her knee hosting. Plane touches down important. Moore's being the APEC logo is one of the first things I see. Sprawled against the side of the plane next to it since we taxi towards the terminal APEC twenty eighteen Papua New Guinea, it's inappropriate. I image for me because the Asia Pacific Economic cooperation summit is set to dominate my first few weeks, he landing in a foreign country for my first overseas. Posting and on about to hit the ground running running while still trying to find my feet in a country with no shortage of Chom, quirks difficulties and surprises. Apec is everywhere. You look as you drive through Port Moresby. There are flags lining. The main roads billboards on almost every corner someone has even spilled out the letters in what rocks on a hill that overlooks the city while strolling through a local craft market. I noticed one lady selling carvings, the usual PNG themed images with their warriors and birds of paradise. But she was also selling a series of carvings of the APEC 2018 logo. Apec is a big deal for Papua New Guinea, it's a huge historic event for the developing country to be hosting next week leaders from across the region, including Chinese president Xi Jinping. Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison US, vice President Mike Pence lull descend on the country, and they'll bring with them thousands of staff business leaders and journalists APEC is not only a big deal for paying. Gee, it's also a big deal for me the event and the up requires plenty of coverage already the Chinese Foreign Minister has visited the head of the summits. There have been rehearsal motorcades through the city and police displays about fifteen hundred ustralian defense personnel of arrived, and I caught a Chopard with them to their base the satellite, then this village is- ticks of planning to cover the actual event. All the while. I'm trying to get to know my new home. So amongst the busy I pick setting. I thought I'd take a moment to ask staff at the office for some advice about settling in and getting to know Papua New Guinea. Richard the first office you see when you walk into. Our little building belongs to Richard Cassie the security operations manager, he suggests getting out and seeing more of the country as plenty of then when everything is Dan, I mean, once you get used to eat just like complement, months frantic yawn or meet that people from different places, plenty of adventures away. After the big finish inside. The next office is Bethany Harriman out producer. Hello bethany. Me the best advice, I can do and the advice that I give everyone that comes to the countries have a open mind towards the country. It's not always as it seems and things are not always how it should be. So having a open mind would would help you to sort of get get along with people making sure that you get things done because things don't work his they shoot in this country. And that's why they call it. The land of the unexpected. Outside our office. There's a security post and the God on at the moment is poll. Different from this island us. We're go-slows. Coastal? So the people are all going to be quite different depending from which province live from. ABC's? Most well-known local employees gave some more cryptic words of wisdom. Phooey the faithful God dog has seen more than most on the fourth correspondent, she's welcome to PNG my partner. Jolan I have been doing our best to get to know Port Moresby on weekends. We've been going to local markets for fruits and vegetables. For instance, that even that has been a learning experience at times we purchased half a dozen eggs from one lady, we boiled a couple and to be honest. They tasted absolutely awful almost inedible at night. We went to crack another for cooking only to discover they were already cooked. We bought hard boiled eggs, and then re boiled them twice boiled eggs. I don't recommend them at work as well on finding their constant surprises at the end of week two. There's a new problem. That's the sound of the office generated kicking in. We've lost power. It's Friday afternoon, and we keep working with the generator going, I call P and G pallor Saturday morning, and we're still cut off and now out of diesel. I make a dash for the petrol station in between filming in APEC motorcade, I co- PNG power again Sunday still on generator power the man at the petrol station. Greets me like an old friend a co pay and G power again by about midday Monday. We're back on the greed. It's part of life in pay and J and everyone keeps smiling through it. I'm finding things often run light or breakdown that people seem to adjust that don't get upset. They just get on with it unfortunate that covering APEC is also exposing me to different parts of life. He there's an incredible amount of development going on import Moore's be there seems to be construction happening on every corner. But at the same time. There are still people living in extreme poverty filmed, a group of families whose homes had been destroyed to make way for a road. A woman who's lost. Everything insists I take a piece of corn after I've finished filming. That's been one early lesson. This land is full of very kind and generous people. This is Natalie watching in Port Moresby for correspondence report.
iHeartRadio launch Podcast Awards
"In the latest Pont news, iheart, radio has announced the first podcast awards says the Hollywood reporter. The podcast industry is getting its own award show says the story, and we'll quote be the first live awards show for podcasting where listeners will decide on the winners nominees have been announced on the awards website and listeners can vote now and yes, numerous podcast awards ceremonies have previously been held many with listener voted winners. The operations manager at national public media rights piece about addressing podcasting, big challenges in measurement and marketing. National public media represent NPR and PBS for sponsorship sales. Meanwhile, Jessica coop from earn podcast websites Rights Watch to podcast advertisers really want on his dancers from podcast media buyers. Fan podcasts are no longer being promoted by Lucasfilm's Star Wars website. According to bleeding Colle del have joined the growing ranks. Of companies who have an employee podcast. Mayor Elhiani writes about the growing trend for popular podcasts to produce live shows focusing on this American life at a new podcast for you. Video palaces, shudder original podcast from AMC networks, shudder, it's their first original podcast series. The chilling thrill, ride video palace from the makers of the Blair witch project
"operations manager" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Every game every practice and it could bring change immediate, change awareness Randy. Moss when he talked and he's done a great job as a broadcaster The NFL network soundbite and made me think Isn't that what we all want? To do when, we're debating or discussing something and I said all these NFL. Anthem protesters could learn something? From Randy, moss, do you agree, or, disagree one eight five five two one, two four CBS go to. Mike in Chicago listening on AM six seventy the. Score. Here on the Saturday night, healed show yeah to talk to you again judge hardshell basic on the PGA championship, when you mentioned. All about the Tiger Woods tater as well If I, would, have, them that, would, put it my way I despise him, I've despised him from day. One demeanor tomorrow I wish nothing but the worst. For. Him on the golf course, there in Saint Louis and as far as the one I think Adam Scott's gonna, win the tournament I, was talking about the worst retired truly do they know what. It might thank you for the call from Chicago loosening AM six seventy to. Score wanna give a shoutout metros in the. Operations manager therefore, CBS sports radio and AM six seventy to score in Chicago yeah I. Wish you nothing but the worst, we should do worst wishes every Saturday night Hey Bill I you know what I listened in. Chicago, on AM six seventy, I wish tiger nothing but the worst tomorrow in Saint Louis Tiger. Do his attitude come, on man he had some marital problems I go back to what, tiger. Said after the British Open And how the man had been. Humbled that he said and he got emotional and I'm paraphrasing but. To the point of his children had never seen him succeed I've been through a divorce only married once and man you want your children to respect. You you fear that you'll lose respect you get to a split household you never know when they grow up to different upbringing, when you're going through a divorce but, when tiger talked about his kids being able to see him succeed And I watched. Him today the entire route man to. Do he he's course management you. Know Brooks KEPCO was just grabbing. The driver hitting a three forty wedge in wedge in tiger was of course management and. Had a shot in that back nine three more birdies he's right there With KEPCO final pairing he's still in it is. Only four back I, watched a man it'll CBS? TV they were talking to him well what would you. Do differently it's. Like I played pretty good if you watched it he was awesome maybe a, couple of errant shots have missed the Mark on the. Back nine but he easily could have had Another minus three attitude score? Which would have put him one behind Kapka KEPCO system. Freak man that. We're talking about why he doesn't get any notoriety is quiet cat but he's, built like an NFL linebacker safety One eight five five two one two four CBS that's one eight five five two one two four two two seven let's go to, Jamie in Massachusetts here on CBS sports radio Hey what's going on Doing jamie I'm doing. Pretty good, I, actually I, you know I agree with a lot of what you said snipe besides the fact that you said tiger wasn't built like an. NFL, linebacker, no no Brooks capterra's built legged NFL. Linebacker. Tiger yes Brook's. Actually, navy yeah, outside linebacker, pass coverage, maybe, big big big, hitting? Safety right, you know maybe more of a big hitting safety and the, NFL actually you? Know what I could see that Yes Jay, Dirk and it's, like I know you asking for. Coaches I got a coach and father, yet but I played football my whole. Life Yeah I graduated was two thousand seven and you figure there was blessed hair about the. Body and I like I'm not gonna fame any schools any trainers do people thirty. Five there was a lot of lackadaisical of. Russia Juries Two thousand. Seven we're not talking You know it's not. Two thousand eighteen Thank you Jamie Massachusetts in yeah I'm not, gonna pin anything? On doctors. Or trainers strength and conditioning I don't I, don't think at the high school, level you can get away with that but they're the, good, Cup bag, Hobson as, a caller said last hour you know teams will spend, more time with those and conditioning staffs and. They will with the football staff Iran and I think the coaches get a message to, those strength and conditioning coaches and assistance and who. They want, to push, in what's, align it's different you know camera phones two thousand eighteen kid. Can talk, about being mistreated on Twitter Coaches It is a different animal for coaches, today and some of them need to be held accountable and for, parents what you look at so mask and what what is the line for you as a, parent you as a, coach you as a player in two thousand eighteen tell, me let's go to James in Dallas listening to one. Zero five point three here on the Saturday night healed, show, hey I want to say I'm an American who's. Black the issue I have with these. Players kneeling is Sixties seventies. And eighties Any, black coaches in college These guys could, have got together and said give me, a school with the, college a black college. Coach and we'll go there they never did. That and what I wanted what I want to see now is. I wanna see your house I wanna see how many. Cars you got into driveway why? Are you doing his protests donate your bonus to school or somebody is Holloway guy just. Got picked up in Cleveland, are, they out there going, hey as a black man this shouldn't happen no guys with, the, domestic after doing that no please go That's it Issues with black people since the beginning. Of time why now kaffir Nick because you got bits and I just think these guys don't realize what. You're doing and the thing about it is if you feel that strongly sit out and, don't play but you? Know what none of them got their, money. Done right so they can't sit out because they every time they do what they did after. A week so that's just the issue I have with this. Whole. Thing James what about? My idea what moss did where he talked after his enshrinement into the hall of fame where if players told us what they're protesting after a game instead of disrupting the, national anthem would that be more effective that would be more effective instead of making rookies by a forty thousand, dollar dinners donate that money go, to school. Go somewhere Black guys in the police academy help them out get it that's what I want to see this nonsense of kneeling it just, dry it just drives me crazy I'm ex military and I just don't like it I mean I I don't, like it and it's just I, don't know James you do, know and thank, you for. Your opinion on one five point three in Dallas you. Know and I. Know and you mentioned you're. A black man in America white man in America. This is, anti Trump in pro Trump right now that's, the anthem debate The real, focus should be on. Making our streets safe for people of all skin. Colors in this country And look at Chicago that wars oh man come on Let's, focus on something well let's, let's make America great again not to steal, Trump's line, but, let's, do that Majority of, it's just, like the majority of police officers. Majority of, us don't see color. We we don't and, we say good people, James and I have a conversation he says. He's a black man. I'm, a white man and. We. Agreed, gosh we agreed way that, doesn't happen in America Now let's go, to Norman Massachusetts here on CBS sports radio Are you doing tonight? Hey, Norman I got about ninety seconds what's on your mind My issue is everyone wants to talk about this stuff and we don't realize the impact it has on the kid to. Pay attention to the sports when we have children that are paying attention to sports and when, I have a nine year old, son and he hears? Something, my, Julian Edelman suspended the first. Thing comes to is What, did, he hit, his girlfriend at the person we come to rather. Than any other issue or anything like that so, the, impact, that they're, not, the kneeling and stuff like, that, has, on people, I, think, is, bigger, than what people portrayed to do. So that that's my main point and I think he needs to be addressed thinking Norman well said appreciate you listening in Boston on the sports hub if you want to join the conversation one eight five..
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