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"paoli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:22 min | Last month

"paoli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The bank whose collapsed marked the beginning of the 2008 financial crisis is still winding down and some continue to make a living from it 14 years later for more on this big take story We're joined now by our distressed debt reporter Luca de paoli really good to have you Lucca and really fascinating story that you bring us this morning Why has Lehman taken so long to wind up I have to confess I thought he had gone years ago Yeah that's what I thought So I started covering distress debt about a year ago And everyone well one person said to me oh you should look at Lehman and I thought like well isn't that sort of gone already like a long time ago But no with the sort of banks and big financial institutions these things get really complicated And also you've got lots of people fighting over the carcass and trying to get the last morsels of value from Lehman So it's taken a long time because it takes a long time to sort out and because people have been fighting over which bits they think they're owed Who did you speak to Lucca for this story I'm seeing some of the fascinating profiles in the piece but give us an idea of who helped you tell the story Sure So there's a number of people that we spoke to I think some of the most interesting people were people who had worked at Lehman before it went bust and I still there now Which I imagine must be a crazy thing to tell people at parties or whatever But they're still there And I just thought it was really interesting that they were doing this sort of slightly weird job finance There's only like four or 5 of them left in London I think And we spoke to a few of them along with people like some of the judges and lawyers who worked on the original cases and people who've made money and traded Lehman debts since then Right yeah I mean you talk to some people who just like all the other lean employees didn't know if they'd have a job The day after the collapse that went into the office and then turned out to be useful to the few who were remaining So why was the Lehman bankruptcy so lucrative for some people then Because clearly I mean it was not lucrative if you in many senses if you're on Main Street and your house was in some way if a house value in some way affected by what happened during the great financial crisis you won't feel this way but it was lucrative for somebody Why was that the case Sure So when the liquidity crisis hits those assets that were on Lehman's book become very hard to value and they're very low value But then over time if you can work on those assets like the administrators at PWC did or a and M did in the U.S. you can extract value from them And for the hedge funds that bought the secondary debt the bonds Some of that's been hugely lucrative like the UK arm for instance has produced way more cash than anyone would have expected in 2008 or even 2015 and there's still money left to fight over today And it's one of the last sort of issues that are still remaining for Lehman Okay yeah really interesting Thank you so much for bringing us the story Bloomberg distressed that reporter leaker department Lehman's once again in the spotlight distressed step for once in the spotlight We don't talk about it very often on Bloomberg TV or radio So good to do that The afterlife of Lehman Brothers the front page share story of Bloomberg businessweek worth a look as well Straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe inflation is biting.

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"paoli" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"paoli" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

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Dan orlovsky scott paoli and me baba shoes and we're tape heads going inside the coaching tape and giving fans the answers. I always say this. Bob dole talk about quarterbacks and say they can make all the throws. Make the right one at the right time. That's something that he does really well. regardless of. What the hierarchies folks in the personnel department including the general manager need to be servants to the head coach. Here's the question i want to ask. Why do you all lied to us and tell us that. These rookies aren't going to play. Do they have a skill or trade. That is going to allow them to survive. Bob is going to bring me back to my good years at the jets. Yeah were there. Some heck yeah come on afc championship. I also believe this closes the gap between them and you know those other top tier teams the afc. Cleveland kansas city in buffalo tape heads on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts marcus by goldman sachs personal loan fixed rate no fees ever demarcus dot com no fee personal loans market dot com. Those don't exist anywhere except marcus You know it's important in life if you want to retire a little earlier and more comfortable to put money away in your twenties thirties forties fifties. Even if you make good money put it away because you can't beat compounding interest. You could put the same money away at twenty as you do it. Sixty but it'll be worth eight more time. If you put it away at twenty at sixty. I always tell my kids start investing now that you don't have to invest as much later and big ben his entire career. He relied on his size and he relied on his talent. He was never very refined off seasons. Marginal it has caught up to him. He's the guy that made good money. Never put anything away now at sixty fives like. Oh i got gotta sock it away for retirement bra too late. You wasted forty years on compound interest when i heard big band this offseason. Oh he is really committed. I thought oh that's adorable. What are you going to yoga classes in august. You can't treat your body like he treated it and never get refined as a pre snap. I've heard for years. Their pre snap audible system is like jurassic. It's totally outdated. He never was refined in terms of accuracy. His off seasons. I mean jay glazer. You know the players like jay talking about this for years. it's too late and the and the steelers by the way are culpable here too. They beat him. The green bay maybe should have given aaron rodgers. A heads up on drafting jordan luck. But they had a right. Aaron had three straight declining years. They had a right to draft him. Just give them a heads up but every time they consider moving to another quarterback drafting one. Ben freaked out well. He wasn't committed to his body for fifteen years like brady. Brady's different when brady said. Hey i want garoppolo outta here which he would never admit to but that was the rumor brady gave you know reason to doubt him. He had committed for years. He was showing no decline. But benjamin showing decline for years. It's week two and he looks old and it's just a great example. Put your money away early. not just late. Because if you're telling me now i am all in you've taken hits for fifteen years. You have gotten rid of the ball earlier. You could've put more time into your off seasons you could refine your pre snap reads and you just did it on talent and by the way. I've never had that kind of talent. So i wouldn't. I can't relate to it like i've had to grind my whole life and my business maybe if i had them smoothest voice and look like george clooney. Maybe i'd be lazy. I'd show up and boone ratings. I can't really relate to. Maybe it's really hard when you have that much talent to work really really hard. But i've seen a lot of michael jordan's do it. And i've seen a lot of peyton manning's do it and i think it's caught up with him. I i think the steelers are in for a long decade. I think they're trapped unless they hit big on a quarterback which you know that's a fifty fifty proposition especially when you're drafting seventeenth. Here's big ben yesterday right now. My place is not good enough. If i play better we we have a chance to win. A football game and so that that That loss take that frustrating. Because it put a lot of sticking time in more than i probably ever have and You know i'm not really sure. I'm just We gotta get figured out. Because i am frustrated that I'm not playing well enough. So i wanna shifted this. I watched the colts ram game in its entirety. And it was. It was go either way. Game rams didn't play particularly well Colts played better than last week. But it you know. It's the nfl to go either way game with four minutes left. So josh allen patrick mahomes sam darnold in carson wentz can all be sort of played extenders. They're super athletic. They're bigger guys. They extend plays it worked in highschool at worked in college and it can work in the nfl. But i've watched it's it's reckless you. Ideally you don't want your quarterback to be reckless. But they're such an upside with wentz and josh allen. Patrick mahomes but i have watched andy. Reid coach the reckless out of mahomes. Brian dabble coach some of the reckless out of josh. I'm watching matt rule coach a lot of the reckless out of sam darnold. I watched carson wentz. Yesterday i'm not sure he can do it at said before there's two things. I'm not sure you can coach. Guys into or out of indifference. Some guys just don't they. Don't love the sport now. Ben simmons likes basketball it unloved. I'm jay he likes it The other one is reckless. If you grow up in the dakotas you hunt you fish. You're you're you're raf your russell with brothers just europe europe big reckless athlete. And it's always worked. Hey don't do that as hard. I don't know if you can coach out of it but it is interesting. You have to be special in this league quarterback. We all know that i'm not i'm not. This is not some revelation and the colts. I will defend them to the end. They had to get special at quarterback. You watched them. Philip rivers last year. You watch them. With jacoby set the roster is set so they needed juice and as you know there's not a lot available they probably kick the tires on sam darnold but frank reich had relationship with carson wentz and they brought him in and i will defend it. But here's my take us a story this morning. -joyed had reported this earlier carson wentz as both angles or heard and they're doing tests today and a lot of this stuff if you watched the game it's just self inflicted he. He's just reckless. As.

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"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"I'm embarrassed to admit it, but I am having grown up in the Philadelphia area and with an interest in the revolution and as someone whose own ancestors fought as Pennsylvania associators in the Philadelphia campaign is always heard about Brandywine Paoli Germantown Valley Forge and Trenton, but I never even heard about White Marsh until I began reading more about the Philadelphia campaign as an adult. It really is a nearly forgotten battle this week. We also heard about Alexander Hamilton's closest brush with death during the war. Washington was becoming much more reliant on his aide-de-camp who remember was only about twenty years old at this time sending Hamilton to General Horatio gates in New York to get the general to release much of his army was a really sensitive job that might have required the tact and experience of a more senior officer. I think it's a testament to happen that Washington trusted this young man with the job Washington frequently took chances on younger officers without much experience giving them responsibilities as a way of life. Testing them. It was on this trip that Hamilton became deathly ill and as I said the main show many people who were with him at the time thought that he was going to die. It took him many weeks to pull through despite his efforts to return the Army. He was just so sick that he couldn't and he remained four months before he could return to Washington's headquarters dead. The historical appreciation of Hamilton to the American Revolution has gotten a great deal more publicity in the past couple of years primarily because of the Broadway musical about his life. There is no question. Of course that Alexander Hamilton was a key figure of the Revolution and probably an even more key figure in the Years following the war itself. If you want to read more about the man this week's book recommendation is Alexander Hamilton by Ron chernow. This is the same biography that way in Manuel Miranda read that inspired him to write the Hamilton musical. The book was first published in 2004 and it over 700 Pages not counting an index. It's a pretty thorough accounting of Hamilton's life note that we know relatively little about Hamilton's childhood and churn out gets through the Revolutionary War years. The first two hundred pages, so the bulk of the book is Hamilton's post-war years still I think it's a really great read turn out of course is a best-selling author. He's wrong number of other books including a very good biography of George Washington is most recent book is about Civil War General Ulysses S Grant my online recommendation this week is I can't flip called White Marsh and address delivered before the Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution at Whitemarsh by Charles Henry Jones. This was first published in 1909. It's about twenty pages long and focus is squarely on the Battle of White Marsh. You can search for Andy copy of it at arxiv.org or as always I've included links on my blog and website just go to Blog podcast, and look in the further reading off..

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"paoli" Discussed on Chill-A-Kill

Chill-A-Kill

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"paoli" Discussed on Chill-A-Kill

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"paoli" Discussed on Ween Cast

Ween Cast

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on Ween Cast

"And he severe soft rock bands there. That's awesome. It had these crazy pillars a that you could get. In that, you would end up getting Indians, defeated Galloway. So Sarah. Or have the misfortune of standing behind and having your view blocked. All these were massive. These were like. Look structural things that you were not not hesitate to what Your x-men next to. Up Stays with going there. So so the show is October twenty sixth Nineteen ninety-six. Do you remember if it was the early or the late the shell the fall air was Chris and I want to say that it was the Late show he 'cause. Because the Yankees won the WORL-. One of the Games of the world series while we were playing while they were playing to show. Okay And it was stage. So I WANNA see the. Baseball game. So can you tell us anything that you remember throw me throw me some settling drama some set lists the ocean. Well, yeah man I I got the settlers right here for I late show I figured you might. And I don't know that. I. Don't think Shane actually mentioned is to yet but. An amazing thing is that our first shows actually the very next day in Philadelphia. So you, you saw them on the twelfth older country greats tour Damn Anton Yeah Dude with Claude with Claude. We did the country band but yeah yeah the but yet you chose it's the day after. So actually are settlers is almost exactly the same as yours. Bahir man let me read the settlers for you. So this is the late show October twenty, six, nineteen, ninety-six. I would be remiss not to I mentioned that do rag opened. which was awesome because they opened for us the next day and so I wanNA talk about do rag but. Yeah I was. Locked into these tickets by virtue of the fact that a days motel. Teddy on the adventures of the Yes teddy recurring recurring character. Who was a? was hit as well out of Paoli Nice Nice Nile Philly philly suburbs philly suburbs kid yeah. Nice guy ended up going to fordham after he gave US A. We finished just. At the very end. and. So Dave risen his. His Year College knew that I liked Wayne. Offered offer these tickets because his. WanNa say his freshman year roommates awful. was in that country bathrooms backing. While oh wow. So we we got invited backstage after after the show. Go Go ahead and I'll give you give you A. Story about that afterwards but few if you. Do rank was just you know I didn't that was a good refresher. I mean Wayne Connolly, her parents you for guys maybe. Opt Up. Thanks to the microphone but. Direct sort of light blue the. Expectations offer that being even? On? stage. Dude I don't even know what to make of that. I didn't know what to make of that. He did the whole thing like a space helmet on. Yeah. You remember and so I said to my just for a second miss off. This is something from. The Pie because those that weird photograph on the cover right and and I said, no, there's always to this is a so long this is definitely a. Dirty this It's not the. So the guys you came to see, and meanwhile I had been sort of getting into, wrap my head around. All the the golden country greats after big break. JOPPA cheats. Yeah. Absolutely. So you had. You had heard the country album going to the show or you didn't know it was going to be like a country bands show that night I I'm not sure what the Have how the? Stage was set but I know that I got that album sometime in May six probably heard it. Yeah I think for us. It was kind of like we had definitely heard the country album, but we didn't know going to the show in Philadelphia that it was going to be like a whole country band, right? Yeah. When you saw the whole country band up there like what did you? What were your? Thoughts because you're reconciling this new album with the first album coach, not the first but I listened to chocolate and cheese I didn't know I didn't know all bunch of country and I was I was apprehensive. But you do. End Up toe tapping. And the first song it was a probably started to they start with Japanese cowboy. I'm GonNa Start with the. Song. Japanese cabot third Japanese cowboy was third and What was a what was the second? So you got HIV song don't shave. Were you eat and Japanese cowboy? So don't don't you. You eat you know as a lot of. A chopper cheese you know it it's like it's voted is for owning is menacing, but it also stylistically pointed towards their their autry stuff you know I mean. Yeah, yeah, you're right. Absolutely does. It kind of bleeds into a little bit and with don't get too close to my fantasy starting with a similar sort of rambling. No you. You could that Oh maybe I was play twelve string or something like that. stylistically, sometimes, it won't you chose. The mediaeval a classical as opposed to the whole time coaching. In other in other in other, just one off tracks totally go. there. Amelean like nature I should. In in view realize was far deal. Right. Well, should we do the whole settlers from that show? Yeah. Let me run down that. So we got so HIV song don't read Japanese cowboy going into chariots of fire Piss up a rope Mr Richard. Smoker. Pump for the man I. Saw Jeaner crying and asleep. Baby bitch spinal meningitis the Stanley impart three she fucks me. I can't put my finger on it the blarney stone. And this thinking about that with the country band is pretty awesome. Help me scrape the mucus off my brain. I'll be your johnny on the spot. poop ship destroyer. I'm holding you. Big Gentlem-. Freedom of seventy six when it stars Amigo and Dr Rock. You'll you'll notice that they came back to. The older stuff to finish off they.

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"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Shortly, after the battle of Yorktown, Ray would receive a commission to become commander in Chief of North America. However because major combat operations ceased after Yorktown, he never actually took that command. Gray would continue to serve the British empire in the ongoing disputes with Revolutionary France. Because, he was not the first born he did not inherit his father's title. However, the king did grant him his own title as Baron Grey of. Hardwick. This gave gray peerage and a seat in the House of Lords. A. Few years later, the king bestowed upon him another title as the First Earl Grey. His son was also named Charles Gray and inherited the first earls wealth and title to become the second earl grey after the general's death in eighteen o seven. The second earl grey would go on to become prime minister of Great Britain. And not just any prime minister during his tenure he passed through format of eighteen, thirty two which reformed British electoral policies and greatly expanded the franchise within Britain. This act was largely credited with keeping Victorian England path of peace and prosperity during an era went democratic revolutions popped up all over the rest of Europe. Not, content with that single act grey also saw passage of the Slavery Abolition Act of Eighteen thirty, three ending slavery within the British Empire. For these and other accomplishments, earl grey is considered one of Britain's greatest prime ministers. Many of you probably know him best because he had a form of t that was named after him earl, grey. So. Whatever you think of General Gray's actions at the Paoli massacre, his family did go on to do some pretty amazing things. The PAOLI massacre though would always be general gray's legacy among the continentals and particularly General Anthony Wayne who really struggled to get over what happened that night. My Book Recommendation. This week is the battle of Paoli by Thomas Maguire. As you might guess from the title, The book focuses on the battle of Paoli itself. It's not a terribly long book at under three hundred pages total but gets into good coverage of the battle, and if you want those details which I admittedly never have enough time to cover in my podcast episodes, you WanNa read the book. I've recommended to other books that Maguire wrote one was called stop the revolution and another one just a few weeks ago called the Philadelphia. Campaign. His book about Paoli. His earlier books first published in two thousand. Maguire lives in the Philadelphia Area and teaches history. is as I said, if you want to read more about the Paoli massacre, you WanNa get Maguire's book the Battle of Paoli. If a book on the topic is too much. My online recommendation. This week is shorter article called the massacre of Paoli which was written for the battle centennial back in eighteen seventy seven. The article covers the battle in a fairly descriptive way in about twenty five pages. The remainder of the article is primary source letters and other documents about the battle. The article was first published in the Pennsylvania magazine of history biography. You can read it on Jay store although you have to register you read the whole article there. There's also a copy of it on. Archive Dot Org. which you can read without any registration requirements. I've added links to both versions of the article on my blog, which you can read it blog dot Amr podcast dot com. Well. That's all for this week. I hope you will join me again next week for another American Revolution podcast..

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"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"With the continentals out of position, there was nothing to prevent the British from. Philadelphia. How crossed his army on the night of September twenty second and the morning of September twenty third. He marched his army to a camp in Norristown. which is a little less than twenty miles north west of Philadelphia. He was now between the continental army and the city. How spent the next day in camp neither attacking Washington's continentals nor into the city His army plundered and burned the homes of known rebels. Many locals fled with whatever they could carry but other locals greeted the army as liberators. A great number of area loyalists had remained silent for years for fear of incurring the wrath of Patriots. These families. Saw The British a saviors returning law and order to the region. The next day. The British marched to Germantown which is today part of the city of Philadelphia. But at the time was still a few miles outside the city limits. As you might guess from the name, most of the population of this area were German speaking colonists. Even. So the German speaking Hessian, soldiers found the local population rather hostile to them. Most of the inhabitants were members of a pacifist religious sect that had immigrated from the Palatine region of what is today Germany. They had hoped to escape the continual warfare of many of their neighbors including Hesse. Many of them saw this as a return of the military oppression that they had tried to leave behind in Europe. Because they were pacifists and most of them did not take up arms against the occupiers. But they also did not see them as liberators and met them with a cold hostility. General Hell Pause to see if the continentals would attempt some sort of desperate counter-attack to defend the city. When that did not happen how left the bulk of his army in Germantown about ten thousand soldiers. And deployed General Cornwallis to March into Philadelphia with about thirty five hundred men. On the morning of September twenty six Philadelphians saw the redcoats marched through their streets taking control of the city. Cornwallis. Led a triumphal march down second street turning West to March. Through town. Past Independence Hall where the rebels had declared independence just a year earlier. By his side was general Earth Sky along with several leading loyalists from the city. Joseph Galloway and two of the Allen Brothers from the family for whom Allentown is named. Governor John Penn probably would have liked to have joined them, but he was being held prisoner by the Patriots in New Jersey the conquering army received a rather muted response. The majority of Philadelphians had fled the city..

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"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Added and those trying to surrender. In truth though the British did capture at least seventy or eighty prisoners. About half of whom were seriously wounded. Estimates of Americans killed range from about fifty three to one hundred twenty. Although that higher estimate, almost certainly include some wounded who died after the fact. The burnish reported only five killed and seven wounded among the attackers. During the attack on Wayne's division general. Two Thousand Marylanders were camped only about a mile away. They heard the battle as it erupted. Had they marched to the aid of Wayne's brigade? They would have outnumbered the British considerably. However. These were mostly inexperienced newly recruited soldiers. Instead of organizing a counterattack, most of them fled into the woods themselves never engaging with the enemy. Half of small woods forced deserted that night and returned home to Maryland the British considered the raid a great victory. General Grey got the nickname, Charles no flint's gray for his command to remove the flints from their guns before the battle. He would continue on in the war with his reputation enhanced and we'll hear more about his later exploits in future episodes. A, most of the surviving continentals were able to cross the river and join up with the rest of Washington's main force. General Wayne took much the blame for the loss. Several accusers including some of Wayne's officers accused Wayne. Deploy sufficient camp guards to warn of the attack. There was no time to hear these accusations for the next few weeks. But in October the army assembled a court martial to question whether Wayne was guilty of neglect of duty. Wayne's defense laid out that he was well aware of the possibility of an attack based on a civilian tip. He had increased pickets and taken other precautions. Wayne intern than accused of his subordinates and accusers, Colonel Richard Hampton of failing to react quickly enough to the attack and mount a proper defense. In the end, the court martial acquitted General Wayne and did not seek to pin blame for the success of the attack on anyone else. Having, dispatched the enemy in their rear the British prepared to advance once again. How move various divisions further up the Schuylkill river toward reading. From that movement, he could either attack the depot at reading or across the river further upstream and then descend on Washington's flag just as he had done at brandy wine. Washington was determined not to let that happen. He kept his own army moving upstream to confront the British wherever they attempted to cross. As Washington moved upstream to block house next movement. I'll simply turned his army around slipped back downstream and crossed the river at the fords that Washington had just abandoned. Only a few local militia. Fords. And they turned and ran at the first sight of the British advance..

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"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"At Age Fourteen his family purchased an instance commission for him in the regular. Army. Young Charles then travelled to Scotland in time to be part of the British massacre of the Scots at Colloton as one of his earliest military experiences. During the seven years' war gray served as an aide to the Duke of Brunswick. He was wounded at the battle of Mendon and again in another battle a few months later. He continued in active service though. Participating in several more European battles as well as the invasion of Cuba. By the end of the war he had risen to lieutenant colonel. The end of the seven years' war also saw the end of active service for Colonel Gray who had to go on half pay. Fortunately, family money and connections kept him living the life of a proper English gentleman. A few years later in seventeen, seventy two, he received a promotion to full colonel and served as a decamp to King George the third. When the king sent general how to capture New York in Seventeen, seventy six. Gray went along and within a year had risen to the rank of major general, most recently serving as brigade commander at the battle of Brandy wine? For, the present mission General Grey had to dispatch the American forces in the British rear. Otherwise General, how could not cross the Schuylkill without fear of an attack from both sides. In order to surprise the Americans who seem to run away whenever they saw the British advancing on their position gray ordered his forces that were camped at different to march out for a nighttime raid. After dark on the twentieth. Twelve, hundred men from the Second Light Infantry Brigade along with two regiments of regulars and Ferguson's rifles marched out of camp in search of the enemy. Geno gray however was not interested in rifle-fire or musket fire. For that matter he ordered all of his soldiers to keep their guns unloaded and were actually ordered them to remove the flints to prevent any firing. He wanted a silent attack and the use of the bayonet against. Enemy. Grey's Brigade. Moved out into the night knowing that Wayne's force was in the area but not knowing their exact position. As they got closer, grey's officers were able to compel a local to give up Wayne's location nearby. Sometime shortly after midnight, the British ran into continental camp pickets and dispatch them with their bayonets. The pickets however did have time to alert the camp which began to form into lines. Before. They could get organized the British Light Infantry charged into the camps and bayoneted everyone they could find. A some Americans tried to mount a brief defence officers attempted to form their men into lines, but the British light infantry was on top of them before most could properly react. Without sufficient time to. A defense, the surviving Americans fled into the woods. The, British set the cap on fire again bayoneted any soldier that tried to escape from burning ten. The same darkness that gave the British cover in their advance also gave the Americans cover in their retreat. Wayne was able to escape and bring with him the artillery and some of his wagons. Several others however fell into enemy hands. American accounts of the attack said that British soldiers mercilessly ban at an..

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"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Small Woods Division had marched to Salads Berry township which was probably still about a day's march from the main British force. Generals Maxwell and pots had deployed out near Valley forge north of the main British force and ready to pounce on the British left flank if it tried to cross the Schuylkill. General Wayne deployed near Paoli tavern just a few miles south of the main British army and was prepared to tack the British Right. Flank. Unsustainable. Nineteenth British outposts at valley forge came under attack from General Maxwell soldiers. How sent General Cornwallis with two Grenadier Battalions and a Light Infantry Battalion to engage the enemy and reinforced the outpost at Valley Forge. By the time Cornwallis arrived there were no enemy soldiers to engage. He did report that he could see elements of Washington's army across the. Schuylkill. River. In the hills dotting the eastern bank of the river. Maxwell's and potters men had been tasked with harassing the enemy but avoiding a large direct engagement. As during the forage war, they would attack outposts when they had the opportunity, but then fade away when the larger armies marched out to engage them. To the South General. Wayne saw Cornwallis troops on the march toward valley forge and thought that the British might have been alerted to his presence. He moved his soldiers a few miles away into some hills that provided more protection. The British had detected the American movements and received intelligence from local Tories that these men were under the command of General Wayne. General Wayne. Of course was born and raised in Chester County and was well known to the locals. The British deployed a brigade of light infantry along with Ferguson's riflemen to launch a surprise raid. However, Wayne's pickets learned the main force to the British approach. The continentals retreated before the British and the British did not want to pursue them into the hills. The following day, the British intercepted a letter from. Washington to Wayne confirming that Wayne was in command of a force in their rear. Wayne was staying a few miles from the British. Camp close enough to keep tabs on them but able to slip away again if the British attacked in force. Wayne's hope was the general woods. Marylanders would link up with his force and that a combined force of about thirty five hundred good attacked the British rear when they tried to cross the river and advance on Philadelphia. The British army opted to dispatch Wayne's small and isolated force before it could become a bigger problem for them. How tasked Major General, Charles Grey to lead the attack. General Cray deserves a brief introduction here. He was born in seventeen twenty, nine to the first baronet of Hardwick. Because Charles was the fourth son he was not in line to inherit lands or title. So Dad thought he should have a career in the military..

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"paoli" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

Patriots Dynasty Podcast

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

"All pro he he was like he was I think he was the AFC MVP our offensive player of the year the year before he came out and. showed he still had the APPs from the AFC championship. Game it was not? And he would last two and a half more games after this so. Yeah. Slash yeah. I'LL BET HI Steve. Your best wars. I. I have. The every run is a hold. Note it. All caps yeah I. don't think the beaches couldn't run. The ball is like literally every time they did. That whole the county. I mean they didn't exactly try. They had four runs in the first half. Or a quarter runs. They had like four holding penalty to. Ron would that's true, but most of the most of the they had twenty three consecutive passing place between the Abdal Jacobs. Look if you can't run a ball out gut molding at him to throw it anyways. Yeah, but it just went five wives fucking five wad just gases evens. So I had a couple Bella check bests. Good. They talked about the. T shirt. He gave everybody in the organization. Like, all the standards are zero. The everybody's standing on the back. It was at zero. Yeah, fucking Belgian move! Can confirm that he's been keeping the replay sock or the replay flag in his socks since Oh two. Yup, yeah, I didn't see that in the first year. I think they had buzzers last year. They did and. Now at the the flag. So he's like that's always been. His spot is sock. I've always found hilariously endearing I'm curious why the sock and went onto pocket. And then they were talking about Scott Paoli called them the son-in-law. And, how he's married to bill's daughter, and I was like what I didn't know that like ballot. Check and Scott Baio that. Google that and is not. They were talking about bill parcells. Oh, that's right yet. Not Scott purely. Is Bill parcells son-in-law the pair incestuous same with What's his name and Tom Brady's sister? In Brady's sister. It's all sorts of cross pollination like that all right. With his chin..

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"paoli" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Protesters as demonstrators took their message messages to some communities that have never actually seen protesters residents of Carlsbad Paoli sold larger crowds pass through their communities the biggest rally in Chula Vista thousands along east way parkway then protesters held marches in Santee a city in the past known for its history of white supremacy but on Sunday residents honking horns in support of black lives matter as protesters marched Hosty Kennedy who is African American told reporting partner ten used this is so powerful for me because I grew up here I mean my mom and say my school as me I it's a very family town of course is racism everywhere but only that's going to change as we start our conversation about it and this comes after a national spotlight dims fan T. last month a man wearing what appeared to be a KKK hood to a vons grocery store his mask he said for social distancing that same week a man at a different Santee grocery store wearing a mask with a swastika Phil Farrar cocoa news the mayor of imperial beach is calling for an investigation after an online video appears to show a man attacked a peaceful protester in a Sunday tweet share surge dean asked the sheriff's department to investigate the violent attack at the I. B. pier plaza Sunday afternoon in the video a man walks up behind a peaceful protester and sucker punches him in the back of the head the man stumbles before falling into the street at his attacker calmly walks away their dina says we cannot allow the ugly legacy of violent racism and white supremacy to continue in our beach city and also asked that the attack be deemed a hate crime San Diego's police chief launches an internal investigation after a video was posted a controversial arrest.

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"paoli" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

15:01 min | 3 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Lack of a better word procedure and you have stability and those are two things that will flatten your cost curve so even if you're thirty or fifty or a hundred or five hundred or a thousand employees employee's you can do that? Not Everybody knows that but you can't yet it's a walmart in some of the bigger players and even the smallest players they can impact what you described. This is the supply chain of things and figuring out okay. How many steps does it take to get from this to this and he even in? I know this is an article that I read. I believe it was Becker's. You know where where Walmart had looked at you know opportunities to basically you know transport you know a patient to basically outside of the area to get care because even the cost of the transportation and at this other location to give Macaire was cheaper than it was closer and it's one of those things rigo wow that's amazing but that's that's how you can control costs so they work on a center of excellence model and for certain diagnoses. Oh sees they have some pretty big carrots and sticks to encourage people to go where they want them to go. They have carefully selected the highest quality he providers and they dictate everything what facility what physician what anesthesiologist anybody that touches a Walmart caper patient has been vetted and what they have found is they won control. All the cost and chew they avoid unnecessary surgeries and they get better outcomes because when somebody goes to their local provider and the local providers says oh you need your knee replaced that file is sent to the specialist that deals with knee replacements and he'll look at that file and say okay. Yes we need a knee replacement or you know what we should try this first and so they've avoided unnecessary surgeries stories and they've got one of the highest quality physicians in the country doing those surgeries when they are necessary and when you travel for the Walmart program you travel with a companion and all of the expenses for both parties are taken take care of so they're not only saving a significant amount of money. They're taking care of the employees and making sure that everything is okay again. It's preventing in that situation by having somebody vet that if that patient truly didn't need me surgery at that particular point you just save that patient a whole lot of recovery time which again is costly rehab all these other things where other things could help prevent it and I've seen it to even smaller communities my parents for example you know they live in a rural community or community in in Florida and they're moving to a larger metropolitan area <hes> much much to my brothers and my joy and happiness well case not to go a long story but where they live <hes> the only reason there was an uber driver. There's because he was visiting his parents were living there too because otherwise uber and lift left do not serve that area and it's a good hour and a half to two hours away from a major airport so so whenever I visited and you have to rent a car and now when I travel I rarely rent a car SAPPINGTON UBER ever as A. It saves me a ton of money. I'm sure you know the the rental car. Companies are feeling but while they can adapt or not <hes> but the I digress but it's a case of in that rural area they needed some healthcare both care at what they needed quite frankly really wasn't available to what their standards of of their own personal health care experience should be so they you know they went over towards Tampa <hes> to get the care. He knows a long commute form form but they got what they needed in the recovery time was much shorter than it would have been if they would have stayed where they were at and so it was one of those things where I think that that last experience that they had really drove home from the point of maybe we need to move at Yeah. The I think you do and again it's one of those things that with with healthcare <hes> very important it's crucial just and and and it's one of those things that I really hope that if the audience takes anything away from our conversation to I really want people to get a better understanding of the healthcare system and what's going on with it because as voters as as consumers you have a say in what the system can look like and it's it it works but it's got many many flaws it does and and I think that we forget sometimes that we are consumers and we have a choice you know we're ear pretty much in a system right now where the system dictates to us and as an individual that can be a little challenging and it's challenging for employers as well so what we always tell clients. Appliances that we don't let the market dictate to you we dictate to the market and that's how you get control when you do that. It just makes a big difference order some common things you're running into lately. When you're helping an organization <hes> try to get cost in everything else under control because I'm guessing you see a lot of challenges in the space when you go into an entity and figure out okay? There's a lot up to be done here. There is so I think it's important to take people where they are and and many employers even larger employers just think that there's nothing that they can do that. It is what it is. This is an operating operating cost and we're just going to manage it every year and it's not if you take it apart and you apply the same supply chain practices that you apply to every other part of your business you can actually make something predictable controllable controllable and valuable for your employees and most employers offer benefits package as a benefit to their employees. They don't realize that you know eighty percent of their group is functionally uninsured because they can't afford to go to the doctor her so you take a look where they are and then create a plan for them to get them. I into fiduciary contracts so that all of their partners are responsible to them. I cannot tell you how many contracts I have looked at where the P._M.. Owes the rebates and the discounts and all of the other buckets that they pull revenue from not to the employer but either the insurance company or to the T._p._a.. Hey that's not an appropriate contract and appropriate contract is that all excess revenue all third party revenue comes back to the employer. That is an appropriate contract. It is inappropriate contract that whoever is managing managing your claims manage claims make sure that they're not one hundred percent or ninety nine point nine percent auto adjudicated so you can catch a misdiagnosis. You can catch something that's being built three times before it gets paid because then the clawback doesn't necessarily come back to you that you can catch somebody that is starting to have a problem with an opioid that is one of the kind of hidden things in in all live. This mass with pharmacy is that doctors are in a hurry. They don't have as much time as they used to. They just prescribe and people are easily addicted to prescription painkillers. No it's the problem. The National Safety Council which is a worker's comp body has some data that eighty some percent of employers think that prescription drug use is a workers comp issue so you want to prevent that if you can you need had some stops in the road to identify when those things are happening but you need contracts that say that those vendors are responsible to you and not to each other that is the first place that you WanNa look and then you want to move into making making sure that your pharmacy benefit manager is giving you all the third party revenue making sure that care is appropriate that diagnoses are correct that you know you WanNa make sure that doctors get paid. I mean they yes. They want to help people but they have practices to run and they need to be paid as well as people so you can do that when you have somebody that manages your healthcare business unit because you have one even if you don't want you as the rest of your business runs. And I would say it takes one to three renewal cycles to truly get there so you need a plan and I think that would sa- crucial about that is to you know to map it out in in understand all the moving parts. That's going on in our system because what happens. Is You look at everything and as I I think I'd Lucia before people feel that they're out of control or they don't. They can't change anything which they can and even you oh a ten percent increase on on revenue and again skit important for physicians get paid especially while the compliance and things like that. I've talked with many physicians in the states and you know they're they're making less than they. They did a decade ago but there will more harder charter and you look at that and go okay. That's not sustainable. It's certainly not a good recruitment strategy for for people to enter the field and Dan we need more physicians and healthcare workers not less because our population is aging and in the area that I'm in you know in in Toronto the population over age sixty five is going to double in sixteen years. We're not too far behind you. Here and over ninety will triple <hes> while let's do the math for people that work in the healthcare system. Those are the ages tend to use the the most health count and and if we don't have healthcare workers <hes> in doctors to be able to address that we are going to have a significant issue so we need to figure out a way to <hes> to address this on a variety of fronts. I wish there was a magic pill rulebook. There's a so what I talk a lot with employers about aggregating the supply chain. Most people and most employers think that insurance company is this monolith breath that manages everything in their health plan. That isn't quite an accurate assessment. There are several parts to a health plan. You know there's the claims processing processing and plan management part. There is the sales and marketing program manager coordination part. There's the provider network there's reinsurance. There's kice meant medical case management pharmacy benefit manager. The insurance company doesn't own all those pieces generally and Insurance Company owns their third party administrator claims processing and they own their network and that's what they own they all have reinsurance because they don't take one hundred percent of the risk they pass a certain amount of the risk off to other reinsurance companies. That's called stop loss insurance. They don't generally do their own care management. They've hired an outside outside service to do that for them. Although an employer or an employee may not know that we all know what's going on with pharmacy in the United States that is never managed in house by an employee by an insurance company anymore <hes> optimal C._v._S. Care Market Express scripts have seventy percent of the market but then there are many other independent pharmacy benefit managers as well so as an employer you can take that model apart and recreate it to work for you you it is not as hard as people think it is. Yeah that's crucial for people to to recognize that so what is the best advice you can give to an organization <hes> that feels like they're drowning. With with all of these things that are going on in the system what you not that. There's one thing that they could do but what what what. What kind of hope can you give them a place to start right so you should always ask for your data data and you know insurance is regulated state by state so different states have different rules about what data you can get but you should always ask for your data and when you don't get it the next question should be? Why are you not giving giving it to me? It's your employees. It's your.

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"paoli" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on KTOK

"Just add the sun, specially on a day, like today, you'll need this son, and we'll need to dry out as well. Another look at in-studio radar here on NewsRadio one thousand KT, okay, we've been monitoring some storm systems that are good friends at the Oklahoma's news for our monitoring the oath Mogi storm right now, which looks like about an F to store, a tornado that's on the ground between Oklahoma an oath mochi, but we've got a severe thunderstorm right now, stretching between Hennessy and still water. And that is moving to the north end the east, it's north of Guthrie. And then there really isn't anything else. There's some minor stuff that's boiling up down between per cell and Paoli. But that. Also is looking like it's about to evaporate move off towards the Sean area than that forewarn storm team is on it, and we will cut to them. As needed on NewsRadio one thousand KT okay we were talking about Mexico and tariffs and Tammy brought up a very interesting point about a point about how Mexico ends up buying a lot of horses, especially from horse farms here in Oklahoma. And they destroy the horses. They actually butcher them for horse meat, and they use the horse meat and filler. And they sell it to other countries that don't mind horse meat. And Tammy rice that we need to shut this down and maybe we do Tammy. But here's the problem if we have because of all of our horse farms here in Oklahoma. We have a bad summer, like we did was July twenty ten where it didn't rain from made a November. And farmers who raise horses normally get to hate crops a summer didn't even get one. And so they were faced with a choice. Okay. We can import. Hey, which is very expensive. And some of them did, or we can sell off part of our heard now if you're a horse farmer, and you're raising quarter horses for whatever reason to be trained for racing to be trained for cutting. Oh, that's the the, the quarterhorse is the American all purpose horse. Okay. It's the Chevy pickup of horses. It does everything they use them for, and they're very docile, and very guy love American quarter horses. They're fantastic anyway. So if you're a farmer, and you're raising these quarter horses, and you can't afford to feed them. Then you need to get rid of them. And so many of these farmers will sell them to whoever will buy them. Now, if they're selling to a third party that will, then sell them or transport them down to Mexico to be sold for butchering a lot of times, the horse farmer doesn't know. So what I was gonna say Tammy is that I think it's horrible because horses are beautiful creatures. And I wish there was another something else. We could do. But I don't know that that's Mexico's fault. Mexico is just doing something where there's a market for it. Do we need to pass a law that you can't transport horses south of the border, maybe? But I don't know that it's Mexico's fault and I don't know that has anything to do with tariffs, but I sympathize, certainly with you, Tammy and that I think is horrible that they do this, and I don't know anybody would want to resort to eating horses. You'd have to be pretty starving to do that. Pretty gamy and lean I would think. On another topic guy. Writes Leila's near program, and I love your gun feature on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. I keep hearing about politicians issuing gun buyback programs. Particularly among Democrats who are running for president the gun buyback program. They say we'll keep guns out of the hands of criminals. Well, if a gun buyback program, we'll keep the hands out of the guns out of the hands of criminals. Then why are they not proposing drug buyback programs? Very good point. Very good point. And thank you for listening and taking notes on NewsRadio one thousand K.

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"paoli" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:43 min | 3 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You grab a line in like I said the bottom of the air. We're going to be getting sticky. We are friends in from girl glue. We get some products. I wanna talk to you about that will make those projects go a little bit smoother. Alright, joanne. Welcome. Thank you for taking my call. You bet. My garage the cement on the outside is not right because when it rains the water goes in the garage. Okay. Last week. I believe there was you were talking about some type of seal that you could put on the bottom of the. Okay. Well, let me ask you a couple of questions about your situation is the garage floor and the driveway the exact same height or is one higher and one lower. I think it's the same height same high. Okay. So when it rains, it just kind of tilted a little bit to the garage, and in comes how old is the garage door. Is it a metal door or a would door metal door? It's a it's a big on. I don't know how how wide it is a double door. Yes. Where I parked in the garage, right? So a double door, and how old do you think that is? I'm not sure. So it's all. Inch. All right. So it's on a door opener. Right. Okay. So there's a couple of things on the bottom of that door. There is a a rubber seal that slides in a track. Of course, there's different manufacturers the doors overhead door, there's clo- pay doors. Nice thing about clo- pay door is all their seals of the same. Some of the other ones like over head. They changed them. So you would have to take to see a law. Most people don't pay attention to the seal. So the seal is split. It's crushed. It doesn't go all the way across the door. And if your floor in your driveway as the same the water's gonna find its way in so on occasion, not all cases. But on occasion, replacing that seal solves the problem. And again, if it's a close Paoli, too is you open up the door, and you just start pulling that sealed to one side of the door. And you get a replacement that the big box store or your local door service company or you have somebody do it. And they slide that seal on in that seals just like kinda like on an entry door where we have some weather stripping on the bottom of the door water can't get in. Then. Right. Okay. Now, there's other issues too. Depending on how much water is getting in and all that other stuff if the floors really kind of sunk in the garage, there's a threshold of multiple heights and some ourselves stick some of them are rigid. They can be installed by door company. You can buy these is basically a threshold just like you have on your front door. Okay. Usually these are made of hard rubber. They extending were from a half inch to an inch and a half high. Can you drive over him? Oh, yeah. Okay. And you might have to adjust the door opener. So it knows that it's going to sit on the floor. And now all sudden we vetted in Jana for something. So some of the tension on the door may have the door opener is going to have to change. But that just creates a little riser blocks the water from coming in just kinda creates that seal a little bit off the garage floor. That's probably what's gonna end up with. But but you should replace that seal anyway, especially if it's never been done right now where can you get this? Then you didn't you say something about you could only check them out online. Well, I think I told the person to check them out online. Okay. And you can go to garage threshold. I know the seals and stuff because I replaced my clothes pay garage door. Seal. I got to seal at at Home Depot. Okay. I'm going to assume that they may have those thresholds there too. But I haven't shopped for one they're okay. But you can check them out online. And you'll see you know, what they are the difference heights. You can kind of figure out by looking at your door. If you need different heights, one of the ways to do it too is if you turn the lights on in the garage. Go outside close the door. And just look at the base of that door and see how much lights coming through. You'll really be able to see where the gaps are. Okay. Sounds good. And you might have to get a door company too. Because sometimes these doors get a little caddy, womp. It's okay. So one-sided sitting on the floor and the other side in needs a just moments to okay? So you know, you can make that decision but start go little research. And I I think you're gonna find your answer. Yes. Okay. All right. Thank you so much. You're quite welcome. Thank you. Bye. Bye. All right near phone number's eight hundred eighty two three eight two five five I do want to kind had a couple of things to that. And this is what a lot of people try to do. And I encourage you not to do it. It's not a long range fix, but a lot of people get excited because they they think they can just get in there with some concrete, and you can I mean, you can and you get a a vital concrete patch. That can be applied on top of concrete has got a bonding agent in it. So it will adhere to the existing concrete. And you'll be able to trial it up to. I think a half inch thick, and maybe you're thinking about feather edging it down and adjusting that I I'm telling you lifespan on that probably three to four years max on doing something like that. Dean, welcome. Hey, good morning out of that question. There's a site Danielle SI L on Google Chicago backdrop, he says there's enough on the tape. So we'll have to flee to Brazil or false arrest me. That's what we needed on a nice weekend. All right. I guess he didn't have a debt question just saying, but kind of going back to where we were on the vinyl concrete patch. That's great. If you have concrete data spoiling, and that's the rough surface where salt is kind of eaten into it. And then you kind of smooth it out with vinyl concrete, Patrick, but if you're taking it on smooth like a garage floor putting on there's not really anything to really hold that patched together. And then you're pending a garage door down on it and your tapering. It words down to a thirty second on one side. And then it's up to an inch on the other inch and a quarter. That's a problem in what will happen over time. Is that a break apart? That's why if you get into that threshold you're gonna and maybe even adjusting the door and stuff, you're you're way ahead of the game where the game and some of those projects really might be something for professional do. But if you turn the lights on the insight close the door, and you just kinda got a gap. You know, maybe an eighth of an inch. You'll be able to see the light a lotta times just replacing that bottles. Bottom seal on. That door certainly solves the problem. So. Not necessarily use.

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"paoli" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"About the whole issue of teacher pay. So from that perspective, you should feel good. But I mean to my dying day that the end of the day the job to pay teachers comes from. The school board the school boards. They set the salary. It's the school board at desire. How many teachers are going to hire school boards at decide how big the class size is going to be and so fundamentally this is a school board issue. I've always been skeptical. The people say well, the state to step in and foot the Bill for teach pay. No, it's the school districts and their negotiation with the teacher's union that determine how much teachers get all the money's went to the money went to the teachers that will raise salary about twelve hundred bucks about twelve hundred on average. And that's still at that. A Jack to me. I mean, you one hundred bucks you didn't have before us. Sorry. But now, I mean women the average teacher salary in state surrounding us is in the mid sixties in in. But here's what's wrong with that analogy actor here. Here's what's wrong with that. Yes. The teacher Illinois does make more than the teacher Indiana about the cost of living in Illinois is a hell of a whole lot more than here in Indiana. It Bloomington normal Illinois to not. Bloomington. Normal is not Indianapolis member. Still got a house there and still practice law there. So so the the Bloomington Illinois teacher is not gonna make as much as the Indianapolis TJ because an apples is a much bigger place. But I can assure you Chicago teacher is going to make a hell of a whole lot more now than the Paola teacher. So we talk about the state averages, I got Chicago appear in Carbondale, Illinois, peer, I'm comparing Indianapolis and Paoli. So we we always have to be mindful. No surrounding states are are a measure, but we should never use them as the measure just because cost of living is so Verita mean a teacher and Bob southern Indiana makes about thirty seven grand a year. But also the cost causal much live there either cutting with dual came should.

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"paoli" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:09 min | 3 years ago

"paoli" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Justin Oakley. He does the blog. Just let me teach also has a podcast and video component to it. You can check it out on Facebook eventually been on there before matter of fact, I think it was his highest rated show that he'll ever have. So it means I got to go back and visit him more often. We're talking about the the issue schools and anti also with teacher pay and what's been going on in the legislature. My friend one of the things that I've been looking at. Yes, I'm gonna love to get your thoughts on this and put together blog posts. For this weekend is the amount of money that schools have received just over over the past four or five years. And and I know there's that while the well, the state cut around a million dollars from education. Well, newsflash everybody got cut during the great recession of two thousand eight two thousand nine so and and nobody's gotten the funding back now that they wanted so in schools are are no different. But the fact that we spent nearly six seven hundred million dollars and more funding for schools in general state tuition. A our number of schoolkids has fundamentally state flat. The population hasn't grown that much. But also, the number of teachers have also stayed relatively flat as well. Shouldn't should we look at that pot of money to see exactly where the hell are dollars are going and maybe use that, you know, four increase in the pay school teachers, I think my dad my my late father used to have Logan. That's really worked out has been one of the most beneficial things ever in my life is be careful what you wish for I wished they would think superintendents association testify to this yesterday or today's ago, transparent school budgets, are you can find anything you want on gateway. You can find all kinds of things in herb, you can find eating you, basically Google anything department of Ed you can find drill down into the devil. The details and budgets, I wish every school would post their budget. What they spend how they spend it where it's gone, and then have a special town hall meeting and tell the public in their local community what they're gonna cut. So when I said yesterday schools need to find more places to cut. Well, where would they show you where they'd counter special, Ed, art music, PE, civics busing maintenance group programs food services social programs. I'm pretty sure local school corporations and communities would not. Be for that, which I'm sure they're looking at is administrative salary and perks. I think that would be the next political battles on we're gonna be in. But when they say when they just simply smirk and say schools need to find the money to cut. There's no money there to cut now if there is someone can find it you could spend the day with your expertise drilling down on that. I told people how to get to it. You can find anything you want on gateway urban other sites under the well. Here's a thought I'll I'll give you one here. Maybe Indiana has too many school districts you've mentioned that several times. And you know, hey, I would be willing to look at some of that if if someone's got, you know, fifteen schools and the population and one of those schools is eighty kids, but here's another thing on flip. That'd be careful what you wish for because in some of these rural communities that have closed the building because of that, and then opened up some type of charter or magnet school or voucher program. Those things have not worked either. So. No. But I'm not saying old friend close close schools. I mean, if I have let's say a high school when I graduated back in the mid eighties. There are two thousand of us one high school. But of course, I went to high school in Chicago. There are school districts in Indiana. They don't have that many students. It's like come on. Well, I think when you when you get down into little places like Mitchell and Paoli and our our little spots. That's all the all the community has. So I just it's easy to say look at your budget's due to do that. But I come from an area where we never had assistant principal assistant counselors or assistant vice principals and school psychiatrist and all these things we if you cut you're going to be cutting into bone. That's what you're going to be cutting into. But I guess my question is in a in a place where you know, the county populations fifty thousand but you've got twelve school districts. I'm like come on. I mean, you you cannot tell me that you cannot consolidate top office. I'm not saying get rid of the no the math teacher, the science teacher of the high school guidance counselor, but you have twelve superintendents, which means you got twelve assistant superintendents twelve people overseeing transportation twelve people oversee and officers, that's definitely something to look at every you talking about transparent. I mean, they're down to the penny down to state board of accounts to herb. Herb is the only governing. School is the only body in the state governed the way that they are. And then overseen by another group, and then overseen by another group and then dean for you know, if the capital, I Senator then capitalize in a contract. So all that information is out there. I think people would be stemmed. So I say do it looking girl down into this. Find out where schools could get our guests as our good friend. Justin, Oakley does a blog. Just let me teach. You also find the podcasts on Facebook and also Bah Justin's online television video program as well. Talking about schools and the issue of school funding and teacher pay based on what we saw at the legislature this past week, Justin. Kind of circle back something that the mentioned the start of our conversation. How much how much of a raise shut teachers get or for that matter should all teachers get raises main in the private sector. You know, not everybody gets a raise. I think this is where it's confusing as well people used to go into education knowing they were never going to be millionaires. If they didn't know that they were they were really insane for going into the profession, but you gotta steadily increased salary schedule on them when you got to the top. You're like a police or fire. You kinda hit us our schedule you had a pinch. And you need these things. Now, they flipped all that. It's totally been flipped. So some districts have tried to level that and and offer a good base starting salary. But you're never going, for example, my wife still in the classroom. If we used her schedule as a salary, schedule Abdul in two thousand and if she would still be on track to make what she's making she's probably lost at least twelve thousand dollars in salary, and then add on health insurance increases cost of living inflation classroom supplies, you name it. They're just getting hammered and teachers. Look, they were really serious in this state about wages. They'd walk. They walked off the job in two thousand ten when the new walls change, they have it. They've tried to work apparently teachers continue to vote Republican in our state. So they're not, you know, we need to look at some of that do. But at some point the ass is going to hit the fan at some point. And they're going to say on that math, and something's going to have to give you said how much is enough. I don't know if I was to propose I think Eddie Milton's propose something I think a couple other folks have proposed a pay raise. But you have a supermajority that could have something for the governor to sign by the end of next week. Maybe every teacher gets a staggered bonus to try to make up for some of the losses. Would it be fair? If a group that's already been getting bonuses gets more to I don't know Abdul. Life's not fair. So I don't have the perfect answer. But in a perfect world. I'd give every teacher five grand on the base just to get started. But once the teacher. Across the board. But what if the teacher, pardon my French what if the teacher sucks? Well, let me figure it out. You know, what is the maintenance what at the CEO? He gets. He gets fired. Forty nine pay package on the way out that she does. So I'm just saying if we talk big state every every politician says, oh, yes, I believe teachers are the gift from God. There's no money. We also haven't talked about the fact that state has a surplus a surplus it has money it has money to do these things. Well, don't forget your surpluses. Just let's say you dip into your surplus. That's the one time expenditure. What are you going to do for next year? What you do give them a five thousand dollars stipend. Then did he needs to be something? I'm telling you something does happen. You're going to start seeing some some action. I think Indiana going to see action soon. I can't say that. Clearly, maybe maybe I'm wrong. But I've been right. Pretty pretty much. Right. A lot of questions for you. My friends we wrap up here. Ultimately who is responsible for teacher pay? I've always argued that the school board and the unions. They sit across from where they negotiate well back in the day when things were pretty darn good in our state, and we ranked up and I think we ranked fourteenth in science and math. You ring fourth eighth graders ranked fourth and eighth graders ranked fourth and eighth in the nation in two. I'm Erin, Tony. He's talked about how bad everything is. But according to NAACP scores, we did very very very well. Teachers unions and locally collectively bargained arrangements were seem to work out. Pretty well. And then you had a whole we've had an era now how long? That's where you need to agree. How long does reform get to be called reform or going on fourteen fifteen years now, local still collectively bargain a wage agreement. But that is it and the state basically has taken over funding. So they say here's your pot of money. Here you go, and that's it. And there is no new money. That's it period. Nari. Well, I guess there's been a good friend, my sparring partner. Justin, Oakley does the blog. Just let me teach. Also, you can find them on Facebook. Just let me teach Nelson's online video program. Just my friend is always good to have you here. You know? I gotta get you back halfway through session. So we'll have like a halftime show. All right. Sounds good. Always a pleasure talking to you. And to have a great restaurant week. You're listening to the weekend edition of a Dula large here on ninety three WIBC ninety three WIBC.

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