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"peter nice" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"The ceo of quick base elect photo sharing. How we've helped over five thousand enterprises mature there since automation programs and now onto the interview with jeff. Welcome greatest you today. Thanks peter nice to see you as well. Well jeff if you wouldn't mind as mosaic is probably as bb organization. is not necessarily a household name to everyone who will be listening to this mentioned some of the basics that it's a producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash crop nutrients. I hope he won't take offense. That's additional Description of that would probably be appropriate to to help our listeners and viewers learn a little bit more as to what that means. Would you take a moment into so. I wasn't a friend joins us now. So we really are mine out at my fascinated potash or we really use that viable feed and fertilizers for the agriculture industry. Have a big footprint. In brazil and north america that's majority of our revenue says out although we do have a presence in india china's well in to distributing in the country excellent and i'd love to talk a little bit about. It's role in an organization like that You pass conversations. You not talk a bit about the it strategy and the five prongs to it'll roll through those really quickly and i'd love to maybe have you dive into what each of those entails Your current strategy includes a partner to win accelerate impact of it unlocked data security and scale in business of it. Jeff if you would mind if we kind of cover each of those in order and get a little bit of a description as to what each means. Let's begin with partner to win. What what does that entail. Sure of my join vic on things that we immediately was once the as she strategy going for how we take a look at our team members. How do we took forget what the reception via. It was and upon joining. It was very clear a brand of. It was needed to be out within the organization in one of the things that are loud and clear was that the relationship between a lot of stakeholders across mosaic and e t organization was broken. So one of one of the terms that i've really liked and something. I fundamentally believe in this. Partnership a scenario where technology underlies just about every company strategy element. No going or. It needs to be at the table having accommodation as to how technology can enable business chief abilities so for me reimagining not only of the culture by team how thinkable plain roller but also organizationally we structure ourselves. So we're at the table. Having of important conversations as businesses strategies so really excited to see structure changes. We made the organization in order to set up a business partner view as well as i've been really really pleased with the conversations changing. It being police customer. I wanna be responsive to what they need to a partner at the table having the right conversation around value around benefit around risk and how i can play abroad role air so excitable progress. We've made still ways to go but the right hovers jeff. That's interesting we dive into that just a little bit further. That would suggest. I would imagine a bit of a culture change. The way you described that is is kind of a new way of operating Not necessarily the historical way of operating as an it function Talk a bit about the the way in which you think about making that change happened. Does it entail bring in some new new people who kind of know what good looks like in. This new reality does it. Include the retraining reorienting. Some in some way the existing staff so that they have the skills a new skills necessary to bring that that objective to life. That's me it's really around a couple of different pieces. One of the of the team out have a lot of tenure in mosaic which is fantastic. Lucky boat really no business. Well so was a huge positive coming in with that though. Come see what's the art of the possible in. What do what does go look like this. Other industries ounce broadens and people who have a limited that perspective as well for me. It's really changing. The way we operate was the main piece part of always. Look at how i mentioned earlier about. Sort of this partnership. He's of spent a lot of time. Is what we consider to be your operating model and that's a big shift. We've made around investment agile about six months down. The journey at this point really excited even just over the last mom to see the progress into how that's how that's moving forward so it'd be able to move from kind of traditional now. Give me the information. I'll come back to you. A year from now deliver something to drive into clicker value and it's really gotten a moral punish conversation with businesses. Exactly what we're working on or very transparent about what we're doing or in a situation more kind of lack the funding from quarter to quarter as well and look of a black finding approach where that's a whole different than what gonna cost to around for the annual finding process that gives us a lot more flexibility being able to repair ties as needed. I know what the environment with everyone around now. Kobe and everything else. Having that flexibility is really important. But i think the other pieces it release a modern way of working for all the it employees. I think it's more exciting time. Now be working now operating reading model. That's exciting that's current and that starts driving more value throughout the rest of the organization it dovetails nicely with the second objective accelerate impact of. It talk a bit about some of the methods that you're using to do so. I can imagine some of what you just described in terms of agile methodology. Better collaboration with with the rest of the organization is part of the pathway. There but talk about some of the other aspects that. Bring that to life please. I think one of the things that were really important as that came. In as i want to make sure i. T's objectives capabilities are very aligned to where the corporate companies now she objectives are as rolled out our even our twenty twenty one objectives. We've got really sixty priorities across mosaic. That our our ceo is outline very clearly it. Capabilities are required for every single one of those six.
"peter nice" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast
"The welcome to the wordpress photography podcast the podcast for photographers. Who want to learn how to get the most out of wordpress to grow their photography business. You don't need to be a geek to understand wordpress settled back and listen as we show you how. Now here's your host scott widen kipah wits. Welcome to episode one hundred and thirty in my name is scott wine. And i'm joined by guess. Peter gregor peter has run a successful photography business as a side gig for many years. Photography has been in his life since he was very young. He had a makeshift darkroom in the basement and he learned film photography as well as developing and making prints in his teens. Peter does portrait photography professionally beloved photographing landscapes and teaching photography skills to others now. He also teaches photography through his website. Photography goals so welcome to the show. Peter nice to have you here. Thank scott really excited to be here. Actually i've been a listener for for a long time when i was getting my business started. So it's kind of kind of cool to actually beyond the show a nice so your business is more recent than Because we've been doing this for five years. Maybe maybe six years something like that does with point but that's right about how businesses to like me. You are not a full time professional photographer but rather a part time professional photographer offering your services on the side from your fulltime job. Does your day job have any overlap at all with your photography..
"peter nice" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We're gonna depart from our normal routine now because as many of you know I've been covering the aviation business and the aviation industry in terms of safety for more than 40 years on, and this goes back to my days of Newsweek. And we have a number of anniversary's coming up. Most of these anniversaries are really interesting lessons in how we learn our lessons first, and then how we apply them. And I'm joined today by someone I've known for quite some time. We met through unusual circumstances, which which, I think is not surprising. Most airline accidents are unusual circumstances. That's a good thing. When they do happen. We need to find out why That's where the National Transportation Safety Board comes in. And then once they investigate, that's when the real work starts the real work starts and trying to figure out the probable cause. And then the real challenge, which has been in existence since the FAA has been in existence, and that is once you know the problem. And then once you know the solution, and that solution could be implemented, what stops you from implementing That's the solution and what agency interests are there in terms of the definition of what the FDA is supposed to do? They are regulatory agency. The NTSB, by the way is not and they're supposed to basically enforce and enact safety. My guests. Pilot, uh, hero and safety advocate Jeff Skiles II. Jeff. Thanks for joining me. Little Peter's nice to be with you now, just for putting this in some perspective. You and I first met because of the miracle on the Hudson, the U. S Air flight that made that amazing ditching in the Hudson in January of Of 09. And, uh, Of course, the pilot was Captain Sully Sullenberger. You with the co pilot? That story doesn't need to be, uh, told anymore. We know it. It's an amazing story. An amazing story of Everybody combining all the gods, the planets, the expertise in the cockpit, the people on the on the ground in the water, the the fast rescue operation. All of those things, combining Tomo to tell an amazing story. But you and I also met because of something else. And that was ah, flight that you had nothing to do with. In fact, it was a different airline. It was a continental Continental connection flight part of Continental Airlines flight 34 07. From Newark to Buffalo, and that in in 2000 and nine was was another story altogether that nobody survived That. And and that was an amazing story because when the NTSB got involved and started looking at all the possible reasons why that crash happened. The story then became quite interesting in it. Yeah, very much. So I think that the way our incident was viewed was as what happens when everything can go. Right. And certainly that incident reflected, uh, Tragedy when everything could go wrong. And the question is, what do you do about it? And that's uh what I think is always question. It's based after accidents like this on this case, the families of the victims of that accident were very forward thinking and wanted to make sure that the loss of their loved ones meant something. Am that there would be positive change due to the due to what was reflected in the investigation. Well, let's go back for second Jeff and set the scene. The plane left Newark in the early evening hours. Heading for Buffalo. About what about a 48 minute flight. Normally, if not less, it was. It was called Continental connection and let me just paint the picture for you. For those of you listening, Uh, the paint on that plane was continental logo. Uh, the in Flight magazine was a Continental Airlines flight magazine. The people who held tickets on that plane. It, said Continental Airlines If they were members of their frequent flyer program, they got continental frequent flyer miles. And yet it wasn't operated by Continental was operated by then. Colgan air. And there in lies an interesting story about airline regulations, term safety airline requirements in terms of of skills needed by the cockpit crew and training needed by the cockpit crew and number of hours needed in the left seat as well as the right seat. And there in lies. The real problem, isn't it? Yeah, very much. So all of those things are are at issue in this incident because a regional carrier eyes operating on a threadbare financial situation. They bid for the rounds, and the lowest bidder gets here. We'll from the major airlines and as you stated you as the customer have no idea what you're flying on. That's one of the two of them several things that have changed because of this incident. Now, when you book the flight, it has to say that it's on our regional carrier. In this case, it was Continental connection. As you say it's only when it crashes and kills people that it became Colgan air. And going back to this, you know, because it was a commuter carrier. They were operating on sort of more flexible, less rigid restrictions, even though they were commercial carrier. Then they would have been had they been a Continental Airlines mainline service and there in lies one of the bigger problems I remember reading with some horror when we started to dissect. All the elements that went into this accident that the pilot of the plane Not only was not properly trained in certain areas he had failed some tests and was still allowed to fly. The copilot. Ah, young woman who lived in the state of Washington was being paid the salary of a WalMart greeter. May I think maybe $17,000 a year if I remember and And it was such a low salary that she couldn't afford to live in the base where she was assigned, which was Newark. So she was commuting from the state of Washington to Newark and because of the timing of the flight, and because she didn't have enough money to live anywhere. She was living at home with her mom when she came in for that flight shoes, literally deadheading in the cockpit of a FedEx plane landing and then with no rest going to take that flight. Yeah, that that that's that's all true, and in fact to the families of the victims of the accident, consider the pilots to be victims of the accident as well. Which you might think is unusual, but they realize that they were victims of the system. System that didn't allow them into the differences. Make enough money to afford to live where they had to be based on a system that that didn't allow them to have the training that was necessary. And unfortunately in the case of the captain, as you said he did. He did fail several check rides in the past. On. That was something that at that time wasn't invisible because there was no requirement of an airline to check into the past of the employees of the higher on frankly, no ability for them to compel former employers to tell them the decision, the troubles that they may have had Now. This incident happened on February 12 2009, and during the flight. It was a cold night ice accumulated on both the windshield and the wings at about the time around 10 o'clock at night. That plane started its descent into Buffalo, and here's where training comes into play. Because the one thing you don't ever want to have happen and pilots. You know what I'm talking about, will understand this. You don't want the stick Shaker to start shaking the stick Shaker is the indication in the cockpit. That you're about to go into a stall because you're flying too slow, And that's exactly what started happening..
"peter nice" Discussed on 710 WOR
"John Lennon. The great John Lennon was gunned down outside of his apartment at the Dakota apartment building up there and Central Park West and 72nd Street 40 years ago. Hard to believe got a tweet out from Paul McCartney. He says a sad, sad day but remembering my friend John, with great joy with great joy he brought to the world I will always be proud and happy to have known and worked with this incredible Scouser, which I guess Lynn is a kind of English slang for a Liverpudlian. Scout. Yeah, I guess. A Liverpool accent. I think that's what we first two. I'm sure Peter Asher can tell us exactly what it meant. But and it was signed Love Paul, his tweet. Right. Peter Asher. He was part of the British invasion. Dual Peter and Gordon, Grammy winning record producer, author and broadcaster. And you work closely with the Beatles in the 19 sixties. And he wrote the book, The Beatles From A to Zed. An alphabetical mystery tours. Good friend of this program. Hey, Peter. Nice to talk to you this morning, Peter. Hi. Hi. Good morning. All very nice, salty, too. So, Peter, I'm curious. What frame of mind was John Lennon in that period of his life just before he was murdered? Was he productive? Was he happy? I mean, I know he'd given birth to a son, Sean, and there seemed to be some domestic peace in his life at that point. Yes, I think the boys I mean, I didn't want any communication with a lot during that particular time. I mean, he He flew to New York. I'd moved to l A, you know, And obviously he was, he was keeping himself to himself very much, but my impression. Suddenly he had found a degree of peace that had had often eluded him before that. Peter, What do you think would have happened? Had he survived. We know what Paul McCartney is made of his life and remarried a couple of times and continued to perform and give concerts and write music and record. What do you think John Lennon would have done E mean we know would have continued to love music. I'm sure he would have continued to write and play music. Whether he would have been the average touring on the Polish. I mean, which is such an extraordinary story of this president has no need to do a single gig ever. He didn't want to be the guy. She goes out on, like, really tough tours and just three hours shows and sings all the old songs with gusto ugly and whose voice sounds amazing. I don't know. I think John would would probably have become increasingly more interested in political stuff because he didn't know he was some of the things between sometimes despising politicians in general, but other times getting very interested in what was going on. And you know to speaking quite heatedly about, you know, causes and stuff, And I think it is especially continues on, you know. I know about the music only because there's a lot of music was so intense, nothing going to kill that off, you know, but I don't think he'd be a show business is Polish. But I think he would would be still currently a force to be reckoned with an intellect could be could be reckoned without doubt. Now Lennon and McCartney, of course, had a complex relationship and some falling outs. But it's my understanding that they had reconciled. Not long before Lennon's death, you know how that reconciliation came about. I don't actually, I'm sorry. Know that each other a beetle stories in every detail. I I don't I was delighted. T hear about it, you know, And there's no question that they had a very accomplished me pull in the in the early days when I was very much around. You know, when the Beatles started to T O break up in the end, we got overall sense. Chan would. Certainly John will paint for a zoo, the writer of cheesy Little Love phones, which is why Paul responded with the song almost almost using that in his own favorite. With silly love songs because German imply Oh, you know that he just writes his old granny tunes and things like that. John used to call them and we keep Christine either what he did, but he did so incredibly well, you know better than almost anybody and asshole put in in his response song. What says what's wrong with silly love songs? Nothing. The world was built upon Silly love songs. But John was, you know because afflicted between his desire Be serious and to be taken seriously and at the same time, some kind of working class instinct to despise intellectualism, and I think that's that's where the one that he says, sort of separated because John actually was extremely smart and enjoyed reading and suffering was when I think John and I shared with you. We both love Lewis Carroll, for example. And you know, John out of Alice seems show up on John's in John's musical the time And yet at the same time, you know, he definitely didn't want to be a bookish. Intellectual ish person, Which is why then you know it's a radical movements appealed in the biggest was like, screw all that stuff. You know, we were just going to get down to the nitty gritty. So oh, you know, he was a somewhat conflicted person, I think largely because of that, because it didn't suddenly visit instinct. That is a working class person. You don't care about all that stuff and John used to despise what he called the university types, you know, And yet, actually, he was a man of considerable insight, and and it was interested in all that stuff. And I think that's one of the things that that he and pull would not give That. And the fact that John would think Paul was just not serious, you know. Yes, that is music shouldn't be couldn't be taken seriously enough. Where's John was trying to write, you know intense songs. Paul was quite happy to write a song that everyone loved him was a big hit, which is most people's ambition anyway. Just silly Love songs around with Peter Asher, half of the duo Peter and Gordon from the sixties, he's now a Grammy winning record producer. Author broadcaster actually sent me an autographed copy of his book, Michael, I got another freebie. The Beatles is said Love your book. Thank you, Michael for your book is fantastic. Thank you. Appreciate that..
"peter nice" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The hour, Peter Greenberg here with you from Dubrovnik in Croatia. Of course, you can always reach me Peter Peter Greenberg dot com With your name, phone number question a problem. We will solve it right here on the air. We do that throughout every show. In fact, let's do that right now. On the phone from California. I've got Jill on the phone hijo. Hello, Peter. Nice to speak with you. And how can I help you today? Peter, My husband and I are on our way to see a friend of Grand baby in Washington, D C were on Alaska Airlines and I had a bit of a cough. I had just had Mike Ovitz test take and it was negative. So I had all kinds of prescriptions and stuff on my body about You know, Here's my steroids. Here's my cough, medicine and everything. We had pre boarding and we're just real close beside defendants who remain there and they heard me coffee time. And so once the thing was fully boarded, we're getting ready to take off and someone came and said I needed to speak with you on the bridge. So my husband Got up then. And left. I said Do I need to take all my items? And she said Yes. So so I did this, I said a minute. So a minute later incomes a man and woman stood I mean, you know, have it processed chest showing that he was the big gun. And and I was humiliated that It was showing everyone around us that I wasn't that passenger who was going to follow orders. You know that they had sent someone else then, and so I gathered up my book and so on. And walked out. And they said that you know someone had complained about me coughing. And so I immediately showed them my covert negative cast down my prescriptions and my inhaler. And explained also that the flight attendants had they thought it was bad enough. We're two rows in front of us during the whole boarding Time they could have said I can get you a glass of water. I should could have shown them that so they take care of it right in there. The bottom line is just to cut to the chase. A three off They three off the plane. Right. Then they said off the plane. They said, Oh, we have to call the doctor doctors to advise our airline. So they did in the The doctor said. Okay, she's free to fly. But meanwhile my plane had taken off. So that gave us about her to spend the night at a local hotel. But also it was my birthday the next day, and my family was going to do seven BC and you know and again. I was humiliated. And yet we have to pay for the shuttle we had made for our food. We had Hey, for you Leaving the tip on. You lost your hotel in D c for a night to we sure did. All right. So here's the bottom line. Let me guess. What happened? What happened is They then gave you a voucher. Good for another Alaska Airlines flight. I read your your email for about $300 on my right. Teach her but it disrupted your trip. You never got a chance to celebrate with your family. And you don't 33 you don't think $300 was enough? Yes or no correct. All right. Here's what I want you to do. You sent me the first email, but that ran for four or five pages. I'm watching this short night. You did so shorten it up. Give me the exact date of the flight. The flight number, the confirmation number, the first and last name of anybody who spoke to and their title at Alaska Airlines. And then let me discuss it with them and see if there's a way to Ah, to make you a little better for you. All right, but for anybody else listening to this segment, if that happens to you, and you've got your medical records with you, and they're still going to panic and act with what they would call an abundance of caution. There are consequences to that. If they make the wrong decision, because they have not only just inconvenienced you they've cost you money as well. And so you need to be a very good detective. You need to take that everybody's first and last name their title so that you have a record that you, khun contemporaneously note the minute you could about exactly the conversation you had. So it's documented because at the end of the day, it's your word against theirs, and you're in the distinct minority if their gang up on you, as they did with supervisors and other personnel and doctors and gate agents. The bottom line here is Always keep good records first and last names, end titles If you got a cell phone, you know what They don't like it. They hate it when you do it, but documented visually as well. And then when all sudden done then you have the ammunition have a stronger case after the fact on then that's either where you're dealing with me. Or you're dealing with the airline. I'm assuming Jill that you've already reached out to the airline. I asked. I said to her the next day that was all of humiliation and additional costs. That I didn't think. $300 was enough to compensate me And so she said, Well, I'll let them know. And then six days later at Alaska Airlines said no 300 enough. Okay. Who'd Alaska said that? Did you get their name? We have their email. Send all that to me. You have my email address. Peter Peter Greenberg dot com and we'll get into it, okay? No guarantees for me, but obviously this is an embarrassing moment for you. It should be an embarrassing moment for them. Even if they're acted with the best of intentions. There are consequences. Look, we're late. We're living in some radioactive times right now. I'm sure you can understand why they did it. But they didn't have to do it That way. I tend to agree with so stick. Stay close. Get me that information and I'll do what I can for you. Okay, Joe. Thinking so much. You're very welcome. That music means we're out of time for the entire show. Lots.
"peter nice" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here with you as I own travel continues on this last weekend of may twenty twenty as it do every time please email me your questions to Peter Peter Greenberg dot com or actually right here on there will be doing that coming up but first let's go back a week it was Memorial Day weekend and every year the trouble they always comes out with their pronouncements and I'll do that for thanksgiving and Christmas to as to how many Americans are gonna travel last year they predicted forty three million of us would hit the road or jump on a plane this year they didn't even hazard a guess it was so low I don't remember that ever happening before but somebody does track this is our next guest is the CEO of arrivals Cree Lawson pre welcome to the show thank you for having me Peter nice to join him you know we know that when we get back out at least I know intuitively you know we're going to dip our toe in the water a little bit it might take a little hundred mile trip from home or three hundred mile trip from where we live a sort of a one tank car trip just to kind of test the waters up very few of us are going to get on a flight and go over a large body of water to go anywhere because most of those locations are either fourteen day quarantine restrictions or they're not even open some of them have closed their entire airspace so where do you see the trends coming now that summer's here officially and people are beginning to go out what what what you see happening right so what if we've learned anything this past a pandemic in that fear starts to set in when you don't have any any good hard data kind of like how do you how do you measure the response of the patient if you can't get a pulse so what we what we decided to do is measure road trip activity knowing that roadtrips would be the leading indicator like you said of of the return of travel so we started measuring an index of road trips of fifty miles or more and we've been measuring this going back to February the the time the period of time before the current affairs started impacting travel and we've measured over time small incremental changes in interest in criminal matters gains in tricks trips of more than fifty miles over time and what we saw over Memorial Day weekend was really interesting we saw the daily travel index which is a measure of travel like Tivity compared to the average day in February jumped up fifty one percent over the Memorial Day weekend so we sort of based on our panel of devices we see moving around the country we saw a big jump over Memorial Day weekend we had seen and to put it in context we're not back at Labor Day levels from two thousand nineteen but the but the road trip activity that we did see was was reminiscent of Valentine's day twenty twenty so we're over Memorial Day weekend Americans return to traveling at about the same rate they were travelling at an early and February what was different about Memorial Day weekend is we saw an increase in the distance of travel so before in early March we saw people as you say defending their tone of water taking up one one tank trip fifty to a hundred miles come and back but over Memorial Day weekend we saw twenty eight percent jump in trips of two hundred and fifty or more miles we saw a twenty percent jump in trips of a hundred or more miles and all if you roll those two together trips of a hundred plus miles were almost half of the road trips that we saw taking over the Memorial Day weekend so we are starting to see those long road trips as a as a leading indicator of the return of travel now that's categorically across the nation if if this if this pandemic you've taught us anything it's that we are we are a fractured states of America and you will see giant games in some states Colorado for example you were seeing travel index of ninety eight percent and the two hundred and fifty plus mile range people in Maine however are still not traveling as much as they did back in February so it's a very different depending on the region and the state but we are seeing across the board on average across the nation we're we're starting to see some longer trips taken who's traveling the most by state the most by state is over the Memorial Day weekend Oregon had the biggest jump followed by Missouri Kansas Arkansas and Texas so you're going to see what we saw on the data was more activity in the west and Midwest and far less activity in the northeast with exceptions certain exceptions Delaware had the least travel well least increase in travel from Memorial Day weekend over the prior weekend they were only up to a five percent from the prior weekend New Jersey was up seven percent from the prior weekend and then the rest of the nation really has a big travel we're talking the Cree Lawson the CEO of a rival is dot com check out their website.
"peter nice" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Hour. That's true for update yet. Whatever you know again yup product key. I wonder what happens with people who are in the sales business because sales is such a contact oriented profession It's all about relationships and think relationships through the same on the phone or on skype or facetime or zoom as they are face to face and I think you need to have that personal contact in so many industries and perhaps especially in sales. So it's going to be interesting to see how all this shakes out. Yeah that is for sure. Hey I really appreciate you joining me for a few minutes before and it hasn't been face to face Peter but It's good talking with you anyway so I appreciate it. Thanks for having me on by the way Normally a reporter would go out and drive. You know maybe hundreds of miles a month to to do stories and such in the last six weeks I've driven two hundred twenty miles. One hundred twenty of those were for three trips to the dentist which is a forty mile round trip for me and the last story. I actually went out to was my first dentist trip what I actually talked to my dentist. I story we did back back in March. I mean you know otherwise The stories that you'll hear me doing today with interviews and such. We're all done by phone or skype. So goes but a story about your dentist. That's something you can sink your teeth. Forget about it I would say that. Thanks again Peter. Nice chat with you. Thank you so much and have a day you too. Hey in this next segment of the Dave Ramsey show here W. Devi FM and am. I wanted to to Introduce Three students at The three campuses that are Threatened with closure under the proposal of launch last week by the Chancellor Jeb spaulding of Remond State College system and We have Incorrect beyond the pronunciation here from From messing it up at all but We have finally a Chinda of In Northern Vermont University. Johnson is that right Fried Healy. I'm sorry yes right okay. Great thank you very much for joining me Also on the phone. This morning we have We have Louise Her willer She is Actually a student at the University of Vermont participating in something called the two point two plus two program That a program in which students can go to Vermont Technical College in Randolph Center for their first two years. It's an agricultural program. And they finish up a bachelor's level studies at University of Vermont of course Burlington and I believe Louis Wilder is on the phone with us this morning. Is that right Louise. Hi Yes. Good Morning Dave. Thank you very much for joining us and Do we have Patrick. Wick's theorem I think from from from Almost did it again. It's not letting college it's northern Vermont. University Dash Linden Good Morning Patrick. Thank you very much for coming on as well. Good Morning. Thank you for having me. And so three students from each of the cat one from each of the campuses of our of the State College system which are actually threatened with closure now and I'm going to start With helium into who is a student at the Envy you Johnson. Campus and is originally from Africa. We're we're we're in Africa. Are you from originally of Healy So I was born in Congo Vera but because of the wall we had to move to Tanzania so we live our lives carsoup. Yes and and you did you come to the United Sates To go to Johnson. Did you go to envy you Johnson or or had you been here for a while before you enrolled so my dad was the before our was yell at for Ats before we came to America. So he has emptied so he moved us here. All of us and stuff I mean and then I after that I came to as Lille so I did all my school at MVP. What and what are you studying at N. view so I'm a senior now? I'm doing three majors. I people major. I am doing apology and doing theology and criminology major. Wow you're busy student. And that is that's quite a load. Tell me what in what year you in. When would you expect to graduate? Well you know what's the guy this year before the notice? Oh my God listen. We're supposed to graduate this year. This was my senior year. You know what they hear that we all are waiting for the big time of school and are are you going to be able to graduate or is that really is. Have we seen that kind of go away now with this whole shutdown interv- Corona virus situation? I am telling you the this was supposed to be one of my happiness. Fear of my life but who knows everything went shut down. You know like we are there. The school taught us that befall. We knew the schools close. We had an email the seniors. We may come back next year and do the graduation but I use. I don't think we would have thought that that is a that is a tough situation And and you know I just hope it It can work out for you somehow or another. I mean clearly don't have spent you know three and a half years or whatever You're going through a college education program only to have the rug pulled out from you This late in the game. That would be terrible. So let's hope that we can straighten it out. Let me go to a Louis Her willer. Who is as I mentioned? A student at the University of Vermont now was a student at At for my technical college Louise are you from from Vermont. Originally we used to wilder not hear much from a much from Louise. Right now So let's hope that she can rejoin us soon How about Patrick Wikstroem? Are you still on line less? I hear him excellent you you are. I we spoke before you told me you are from Texas. Originally that right yeah. I was born in Louisiana and moved north Texas when I was real young and now I I'd like to preferably be in Vermont. You know going to go into school right now. But under the current circumstances I'm back home in Texas. I see I I gather. You're not having snow down there though today. We are up here. No we're thunderstorms today An Patrick.
"peter nice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"World travel dot com well you know we've heard a lot about Australia lately unfortunately because of the fires that ravaged a part of that that great big country my next guest sees himself at his resort as a caretaker for a gorgeous part of Austria Australia which is to say the Great Barrier Reef marine park that's a world heritage site Peter gash joins us he's the general manager of the lady Elliot resort that situated on a coral cay a small I it's really a small island with a grass runway in the middle of some gorgeous blue waters so clear I think you could read a newspaper through the shallow end of it welcome to the show Peter nice to have you here already thanks very much for inviting me along I thought of that I don't I'm I'm gonna give your website out to our listeners before this interviews done but looking at the website and the picture the homepage you are at and you're basically in the middle of water aren't you absolutely nine year where about fifty miles from the shore from the mainland of the straw yeah and we sit out right on the outer edge of what we call the continental shelf with the Pacific Ocean Gulf so why they're getting quite a tiny little coral Caye which is basically an organic island created by living organisms called polyps and birds coming and coming together and creating its ninety Nicole to Katie and that's probably a word it's more frequent in your country denounced we call it a call hi your Carlisle and until you know we have Y. out there and beautiful well it's it's spelled C. A. Y. U. S. you're right we do call the keys here in America but you call it the right way to K. I I just absolutely but by sheer chance this week heard about the bleaching of coral in the Great Barrier Reef and that that it sort of making a come back a bit is that something that is that affects your region at all is it something you keep an eye on it it's important to your resort absolutely radio I mean are we talkin side the bleaching was normal but it's a it's a reality and it's a reality of what's happening all around the planet which color rates when the water gets too hot the calls get stressed and I believe each that's not necessarily dawn that just means a guy by the V. their tenant the tenant being analogy and I think that and I got to watch but I can generally recover provided the conditions to Kurtz I know we don't have time to go through the different kinds of lodging you have several different kinds of lodging on your at your resort there but give me an idea of what one does when when one flies in on that small little plane lands on that that beautiful grass runway and and joins you for a few days yeah well look it's just such a beautiful place to come in as you said you're flying in an aircraft to get the TV spectacular blue water in this magnificent green on the line on this talking to a strict that week we jokingly colonic cross carry concerning about six hundred yards long and an inch stressing you do you get out and you go and you're trying to be a swimming cards and you guys know if you can just walk straight off the beach control Carl and striking the war we gonna come face to face with turtles and manta rays and eagle rise and dolphins and he makes a different publication called the constructors take tacular part of the world that's the big thing we do is snorkeling and diving it just sounds so lovely now I notice that the breakfast and dinner included in your in your rates I presume you serve lunch there as well that's right yeah since since you have to fly to get to get lunch given our our listeners a a a a range of room rates okay so I need to talking in U. S. dollars you can fly in there for about from command nearest corporate hobby gone by another trip at two hundred U. S. return that's about a thirty minute scenic flight in a Cessna caravan might over your beautiful country assessment cabinet spectacular cost about two hundred U. S. will get your return your stance sending your bag for your accommodation which is all inclusive of your breakfast as you said in your email in the evening and the small green gear and a glass bottom boat ride will calming it down to a hundred and twenty U. S. of not all inclusive he had lunch if you wish to at the at the box because we had a like a about five hour or a little cafe for about ten Bucks you actual size that a hundred percent a hundred is at a hundred twenty per person or per couple contested ninety eight okay how we work at site and it will very thank you got one person in a run in the in the loop market you got three or four people in the room and the right comes down got it well I want to encourage our listeners to go check out the website the resort is called lady Elliot island the lady Ella eco resort now Ellie it only has two only has won T. at the end the website is lady Elliot island dot com data dot A. U. for Australia lady Elliot island dot com dot a you Peter gases the general manager there go there say hello to him from us and Peter thank you so much for joining us thanks for the opportunity radiant none thank you listeners.
"peter nice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And now I would argue bill and I can you know I'm good with my less I can go through chapter and verse on farm policy the caliphate Baghdadi soul of Monty every trade deal I go through all the economic success at unprecedented economy we have now we were firing on all cylinders that have happened in spite of the do nothing Democrats the president basically even carried Republicans on his back to be blunt but corruption here this is what I want everybody to understand listening to us today and whenever there is corruption in the powerful circles on any country you're in trouble so the corruption is this instead of seeing Eric and people we disagree with Donald Trump we don't like him we don't feel that he is a qualified leader and we're going to do everything we can to defeat him next time around but we're not going to waste everybody's time trying to trump up point upon charges Russian collusion now we have Ukraine what I'm gonna do that will bring them out we'll say we didn't improve the phone call or whatever you did but we're not gonna do it that would be the way to analysts but we don't get that and the reason we don't get that is because the powerful media organizations in this country have decided the trump has to go that's what the United States to try my book is all about and I get a very deep once tromping barriers the powerful media chieftains of this country they swore revenge it's all about trump going around them and winning making them look weak and foolish that's what this is all about Nancy Pelosi never would have had an impeachment inquiry even be gone had she not been assured by the New York Times and Washington post they would not only give her cover would make her a hero if she did it and that's why it happened so I want to look at this though objectively and I'll listen I have been bashing for years the Republican Party bill I I've had it with them I'm not a Republican registered Republican you know that I'm a registered conservative and hi All I Want is what's happening now I'll I don't want a bride dictators in Iran the chant death to America with a hundred fifty billion nor if you kill Americans you gonna get the crap kicked out of you the caliphate can be beaten when you take off the hand cuffs rules of engagement Baghdad it can be taken out with his associates all Amani number one state sponsored terror leader yep he can be taken out that I look at the fact all the trade deals even China two hundred twenty billion with China for two years farmers all the the manufacturing sector car sector energy sector service industry then I look at Japan now in Canada Mexico western European allies now we have energy independence now with the president thought and found a way to fund the building of the wall now the biggest tax cuts now winding burdensome bureaucracy and the best employment situation since nineteen sixty nine for every demographic in the country eight million fewer Americans on food stamps eight million new jobs now if peace and prosperity usually define elections what happens in two hundred seventy nine days in spite of the mob and the Democrats the just do nothing but hate the president nobody knows what happens because you don't know is going to run against Donald Trump and one of the big things that I'm doing on bill o'reilly dot com tonight is actually reporting on Bernie Sanders who's now I had in Iowa and New Hampshire did you know did you know I think you do I don't know much I'm a simple man but go ahead that's why that's why I hang with you and the because simple man band together did you know that every nickel Bernie Sanders has made has come from you and me and every other American taxpayer to not for us yeah forty years forty years he's been in the market place and he has never had a private job yet is worth about four million dollars a as three homes did you see it as white says no book yeah I'd die yeah it's a good book by the way Peter nice job yeah but added that it happened because he did the same thing Biden did so by not getting hammered for hunter Biden and his brothers benefiting from his vice presidency well Bernie Sanders and the same thing with his wife and his wife's children from another marriage did you know while Jean Sanders was president of Burlington college in Vermont he gave her daughter a five hundred thousand dollar contract to do a woodworking project did you know that it's a good gig giving it a bill let's so I cut that's like zero experience hunter being paid millions five hundred thousand dollars down the students to ward Burlington college two hundred the college went bankrupt he had to go before that happened you know water severance check was two hundred thousand dollars so it I've been investigating Bernie Sanders and I can tell you this man doesn't believe in socialism this man made a cash grab the for forty years that stunning so let's say it all the time you want to know what it is is very I can sum it up simply it is the left at liberals are generous with everybody else's money I it when you when you look it is a staggering thing in this I won't go chapter and verse here because it's all chronicled in Schweitzer's book and there's even a news story out today Washington examiner hello Delaware nonprofit organization got a hundred and sixty six grand and a federal grant at the time it appointed Joe Biden's daughter to be the executive director this did this all these people get rich while there is getting hammered on it then you don't hear a word about Bernie Sanders on it no we've been talking about it with Peter Peter Schweitzer's book covers Bernie it covers Harrison was little arm and but there's five of us that are talking about it that's your point I agree with you yeah I mean look this guy's running around biting winds around binds a capitalist alright but Bernie Sanders resurrect Ono no doing it is to me it is and this guy has used every piece of leverage you could in the public sector to enrich himself his family and is not a word of it on NBC news CNN nothing now that to Anna and I guess you back to my point corruption corruption is what's coming out of Russian collusion impeachment corruption and that is undermine the fabric of the United States that's the big story here you know there's so much at stake and you know what view bill you and I can do we can be honest here it's really not about us anymore you know we're we're moving on we have kids that are now older and but we care about our kids in their future and our grand kids and we both have discussed our backgrounds are very similar backgrounds my parents will bowl pour my my grandparents had nothing all four of them coming from Ireland mom a prison guard data family probation guy who waited tables on the weekend and it's really about the future in the future that I see that's being offered by all of the democratic candidates scares the hell out of me stay right there bill Reilly with us all things Riley a bill Reilly dot com on it now if your wife if you've been watching some of the hearings and you need to go.
"peter nice" Discussed on KTOK
"Horse yeah forty years forty years he's been in the market place and he has never had a private job yet he's worth about four million dollars he has three homes it is white says no book yeah I I yeah it's a good book by the way Peter nice job yeah but added that happened because he did the same thing Biden did so by just getting hammered for hunter Biden and his brothers benefiting from his vice presidency well Bernie Sanders is the same thing with his wife and his wives children from another marriage did you know while Jean Sanders was president of Burlington college in Vermont she gets her daughter five hundred thousand dollar contract to do a woodworking project did you know that it's a good gig giving it a bill let's so like it's like zero experience hunter being paid millions five hundred thousand dollars yeah how many students who were Burlington college two hundred the college went bankrupt she had to go before that happened you know water severance check was two hundred thousand dollars so it I've been investigating Bernie Sanders and I can tell you this man doesn't believe in socialism this man made a cash grab the for forty years that stunning so let's say it all the time you want to know what it is is very I can sum it up simply it is the left at liberals are generous with everybody else's money I it when you when you look it is a staggering thing in this I won't go chapter and verse here because it's all chronicled in Schweitzer's book and there's even a new story out today Washington examiner hello Delaware nonprofit organization got a hundred and sixty six grand and a federal grant at the time it appointed Joe Biden's daughter to be executive director this did this all these people get rich while there is getting hammered on it then you don't hear a word about Bernie Sanders on it no we've been talking about it with Peter Peter Schweitzer's book covers Bernie it covers Harrison was little arm and but there's five of us that are talking about it that's your point I agree with you yeah I mean look this guy's running around Brightman's around binds a capitalist alright but Bernie Sanders resurrect Ono noted billion is a million is and this guy has used every piece of leverage you could in the public sector to enrich himself his family and is not a word of it on NBC news CNN nothing now that too and and that gives me back to my point corruption corruption is what's coming out of Russian collusion impeachment corruption and that is undermining the fabric of the United States that's the big story here you know there's so much at stake and you know what view bill you and I can we can be honest here it's really not about us anymore you know we're we're moving on we have kids that are now older and but we care about our kids in their future in our grand kids and we both have discussed our backgrounds are very similar backgrounds my parents will bowl pour my my grandparents had nothing all four of them coming from Ireland mom a prison guard data family probation guy who waited tables on the weekend and it's really about the future in the future that I see that's being offered by all of the democratic candidates scares the hell out of me stay right there bill O. Reilly with us all things Riley a bill Reilly dot com now if your wife if you've been watching some of the hearings and you need to go to sleep well that might actually help with these hearings are coming to an end but on most other nights of you like me and.
"peter nice" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"I mean fun to say I think though they love it and Jennifer Lopez to ask Jennifer if Jennifer didn't want to pick photograph her. We've always talked about it on the show but it's worth remembering if you see photograph a celebrity and they're in full hair and makeup at at six hundred seven. Am in the morning. Probably wanted that picture taken commandos or they have a huge spot on their face. They did more picture. Yeah full hair and makeup of Tom Cruise in central park playing with children. And he's got his head on a rock shirt dippled looking perfect if he's Nipples oiled he properly wanted the picture tech not being. Darah picking on those at starbucks or if Garrett's picky monomers still get my name wrong at starbucks. Now all right. So it's interesting should took that out bachelor obsession next started last night. So so Hannah. Piece backward heaping Mike Conspiracy. Goes back to her winning dancing with the stars like so they needed that that catapult because Peter Nice guy but little little dove four times the windmill. Maybe not doing this. We but that's the thing though rob a break we all we all have those friends that lie. It's like when you say like. Oh you know I slept with a twenty five people. You slept with five people all right. Can you probably did it out a time and a half? Four sounds better on photo. You didn't do it for though I broke the story so about six months ago. I broke the story that she was coming back. It wasn't totally accurate. But it was eighty percent there my sources saint she's returning as the Bachelorette what that mistook is. She was going back to be a contestant on Peter. Show so I broke the story. Hannah's returning to the show and people know ABC is. I texted them last night. I was like I said the story with dates on it. So she's back for a couple of weeks she doesn't stay he but the way Peter Talks about her. He loves so he loves her. It's not fair to the other girls like I put talking. It's not a competition. This is love if you still love somebody then you shouldn't. You're not ready to date somebody else. So it's not fair. What I was saying was so after the bachelor aired last night. And let's just say we already know the bachelor is over. Peter has the person that he had at least loves right now. Guess and they don't sit there. They're not together but they still talk and tax behind the scenes. What was that conversation like going you? What do you mean because there's no way Peter Goes? Hey guys I told the cameras that I love. I Love Hannah and I wonder back on the show. And so if you're that person how crappy do you feel watching it? It's really tricky. Like the only the audience remember is a TV show. We want to think it's a TV show into it but we only fall into the trap. They want us to carefully edited. It's not live so they know what they're doing. These are so. Brilliant produces the tempting us. They're going to figure out a way for her to back out of this and let him off the hook and he's going to have an epiphany which is like you know. I actually didn't really love. I've moved on because they not allow him to go through eight weeks. Ten weeks was it that he gave her something waiting in the wings returned last night he was like. I remember where I put does full of the pilot. Put them eighteen so I thought she turned Scott the liberals but then I wouldn't have brought it to the comedy club. I wouldn't have done that because then he'll and then at the end of the episode where I still love you. She's not getting a back in the house. She's too big star to be the highest. She wants dancing with the argued. Got STRANGEST ON HANNAH BAY. But but rob let me. Let me let me propose this to you so I get down on one knee. Look in the eye and go rob shooter. We've been doing this podcast forever and owners tickets to the next level I wanNA marry you and then you unsure about where you're at in your life because you're taking off on your own as well you kind of do this as opposed to going. Yes I love you I I want you to come back to the show. I know she tax should be back right. This is all clever. But they're playing with us a little bit. Don't feel too bad but it's it's finished finished filming. He does find love. It's Hannah we all right. So it's the New Year We'll try to do more of these. We promise I know the I I don't know about you. I get the hate I get the heat. That's why you're the ball. We'll try to do these as best. We can on a more constant basis and robs you know doing going to be doing a four day a week so because of this show thank you. Everybody thank you got. I took notice of the show. We've been doing numbers of really good and people like celebrity gossip. I like us so they've offered me a deal to do four days a week at twenty. Thirty Minute podcast. Four days a week Monday. I didn't even ice with Rob's nice and to be doing the celebrity gossip every single day breaking news every day four days a week. I rotate co-host guy. That's going to be there. One and different different journalists reporters gossip. Columnists are GonNa join me four days a week. I think it's going to be live each day at noon. And so you can listen to that as well before we end this. It's the beginning of the year. Let's do this and we'll play it back this time next year. Hopefully what do you think would be one or two big headlines of twenty twenty? I think an IRA not getting married. Ooh That's a big one day. I mean she's got super bowl coming up. I think everything's away not getting married. I think not getting married. None not having a wedding yet. Or like breaking alrighty break up. I think that will happen though. Civil Breaker interesting and I also think there will be a Kardashian. Bombshell may be one of the sisters might come as fluid to have a girlfriend. I think that could potentially happen. What else I think. I think think I think Miley Cyrus ends up dating a female. That could happen but it has happened again. She she she breaks up with the Kardashians. GonNa get a girlfriend and Miley Cyrus Song Modest Kendall. I think this is pure speculation. Any knowledge of this but I also think to the jailer. Wedding will not happen. I also think to we're going to see some sort of big reunion. Friendship gesture between Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle I think the palaces desperate to make these two friends and I happen in. Abc special all right. So here's a cool thing. We have this now. We have a year to follow along these stories. So thank you for listening happy New Year. Because I'm allowed to say it for another few days and we will talk very soon. That is rob shooter. My Name is Gary. We appreciate your listening right here in two thousand and twenty on. I hurry twenty twenty..
"peter nice" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"Little I I think the Epstein was more it was more for the fact that how connected he was in Hollywood and probably people in that room a la. You know a Bryan singer of the world. who was accused and got off I, said situations. Sat in that room at one point and you know there's there's dark humor in the sense of it's funny. It's also like Ricky. I think brought some type of reality to a room. Has Blinders. About Brandon I'm Jay only jokes. About Jan.. People in the room like I like it when people make fun of Meryl Right when People Make Fun of Brad I like the Leo Jokes I think he was very funny. When he laughed lung, his girlfriend was too old by the end of the movie so long, but I didn't know the outside world things. Just felt to me. I think he spoke to the room and the room, you know kind of like. But everybody outside the room got it because they knew they were in on the joke I. Didn't the about the two popes? Paul Jackson made me laugh and. For me, it was like. The reporting today. IS THAT GONNA? GO BACK TO HOPEFULLY TINA? Fey and Amy Poehler got to. Offset things cheeky and not. As extremists ricky. The one thing I wanted to talk about. We're talking about Brad. Pitt earlier and get your take on it to. He was talking with Leonardo. Di Caprio. They were doing a another podcast, not ours obviously with this Guy Marc Maron and. Leo said something like the Paparazzi will always find you get your way and Brad said Oh I have plans in action that I still use which I'm not going to speak about pro their their inaction, so it's like he has an exit strategy. In place wherever he goes with his team, let me pose something that probably the most famous couple in the world. The moment is Harry Meghan. Right there zero pictures. We've not seen them in one. Hundred is yeah, so if you want to get away, you care is away away Jennifer. Covering for twenty. Jennifer Aniston is like a stealth bomber. She can get in and out of her house like she. The batmobile and she goes. For Children. Like it's just if you don't want to be seen, you can't. What's very interesting. A little bit sneaky to will share it. Here is just around the day of the Golden Globes in practice getting all this attention gas, who walked her dogs just with a child when walking dogs in on a regular street Angelina Jolie up so if you want to be photographed hours away is a way so there are there are strategies would not like not CIA, like Paparazzi, reporters could at this. Yes, but not see if you WANNA, go and have dinner. There are many restaurants in New York that I will never find you now. If you want me to find you, you'll get a nobu. You. Don't feel bad for celebrities when they do feel bad, I found it interesting. Several exit strategy. Jessica Simpson, she got in the trunk of a car I. So reality that Taylor Swift. Box could. True. Be True. It could be trick so when when Taylor? Jessica Simpson says I'm going to get in the box. She got in trump GONNA call. Trunk in a car you go. Really, I I'm so desensitized over. Nothing you WANNA get. Cut In. Stop at the drive thru. Let me know. What. Put Your ponytail ingests she in the trunk of all super interesting, but I think she joined it to like. She enjoyed all the chase a little BA- Jennifer Lopez. Hype Minute Do. Not End. MIGHT BE! Mentioned without you being mentioned. No, she'll mention my name and it might not be nice. Okay. which are used to us up on? One, T. please. For you. Breast to spend it right here, so it I mean fun to say. I think though they love it and Jennifer Lopez to. Ask with Jennifer if you didn't want to pick photograph her. We've always talked about it on the show, but it's worth remembering if you see photograph a celebrity and they're in full hair and makeup. At at six hundred seven am in the morning. Probably wanted that picture taken. Pick commandos a huge spot on their face. They did more picture. Yeah, full hair and makeup of Tom Cruise in central park, playing with children and he's got his head. On a rock shirt. dippled looking perfect if he's Nipples oiled, he properly wanted the picture tech not. Being Darah picking on those at starbucks or if Garrett's picky monomers. Still get my name wrong at starbucks now. All right. So it's interesting should took out bachelor obsession next started last night, so so Hannah piece backward heaping Mike. Conspiracy goes back to her winning dancing with the stars like so they needed that that catapult because Peter Nice guy but little. Little. Four Times the windmill. Maybe not doing this. We but that's the thing though ROB A. Break we all. We all have those friends that lie. It's like when you say like Oh you know. I slept with a twenty five people. You slept with five people all right. Can you probably did it out a time and a half? Four sounds better on. Photo, you didn't do it for though. I broke the story, so but six months ago. I broke the story that she was coming back. It wasn't totally accurate, but it was eighty percent there..
"peter nice" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Other bowl games going on in Florida and Virginia coming up tonight thirty five Illinois twenty they want to get the ball back rated Peters nice drive the last time down seventeen twenty eight for the game two hundred thirty five yards touchdown pass early Daniel marker rated Peters goes to work ray brown who is left the store owners rattle to cancel forty forty five one weaver with a hard the only sideline as a cancer it's a really nicely designed playwright just to the it's a nice day the first fifteen extra yards let's go what's the down the cal thirty seven first Indiana Illinois trailing thirty five twenty trying to mount a comeback as well as the field and Illinois territory one of the leaders of this this was Peters was hit as he threw it laundry came flying all over the place defense number ninety seven California thing is the it's just writer Mister Peters tomorrow is open the game it was really fun the receiver the fast it's the interception as a team of the year the first go away if you will this game goes to town leading thirty five twenty to get it back three and out al gets it back now at their own one day after the chase Garber's big day today twenty two of thirty one my guess is you we handing off areas to brown runs up the middle surging ahead to the twenty three twenty four yard.
"peter nice" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"After her right Bruce Dumont Bank in Chicago. Bruno has has just said that everyone on the panel tonight could probably go to jail for I said I said that. The the the law enforcement structure of this country is so so unbelievably powerful that if they want to target you and they wanNA bring you down they can and while Dave is correct that the president's presidents have a great deal of power particularly while they're in office and they have a certain control over the administration of how things are done. It is also true and we saw this with the Russia investigation and all kinds of other things. I've heard Democrats laugh at the term deep state whereas I think the deep state is so obvious that how can anybody laugh at. And and these these whistle blowers these are apparatchiks that have been there under all these administrations. There's a they have an idea about how they want things to operate. I don't find that they're particularly competent. I'm not one of those law and order worshiping conservatives I think the FBI and the CIA are pretty good definition of a clown show sometimes and they've got the track record to prove it. I'm just saying that it's not like it's it's not like it isn't obvious that everyone across the political spectrum. That isn't a populist would love to get rid of Donald trump disagree with the CIA in the FBI. There's really not perfect but I would rather live in a country with them than without them. I'd like to see them be more honest. And that's that's on both sides go to Congress who has by the way I on the subject of modest and then we're going to introduce the guests but on the subject of honesty. You've heard me say numerous times times on this program over the last several years That the national news media is getting to the point where it's almost laughable. If you're not crying about what they do it it it's it's laughable because their ability to present anything in a non-bias Nonpartisan way is is pretty much out the windows and the and the bigger they are the worst they are in my opinion If you did not see if you did not watch meet the press today. Look forward on Youtube goal and look forward. Because Ron Johnson. The Republican senator from Wisconsin Cheers The Senate Homeland Security Committee. He was on with Chuck Todd and he brings Chuck Todd on because he wants to do a number on chuck todd like he wants to do on most Republicans he brings on the show but watch the conduct of Ron Johnson but really watch the conduct of Chuck. Todd he goes bananas. Ron Johnson Hands Chuck Todd his lunch big time and chuck title literally is back on his heels. He is sputtering. He is going off uncontrollably. If you ever doubted that the national news news media is biased. If you ever doubted that watch this program. There's no way in the world. He literally sputters for about fifteen minutes. And and then later on in the program when Ron Johnson is gone and he's brought on John Brennan the former CIA director who is a disgrace. Grace to the CIA director ship and is a disgraced. NBC To put him as paid analyst. They then gang up up on Ron Johnson. When Ron Johnson isn't even there to defend himself and John Brennan pontificates and he then goes into a tirade where he criticizes? This is Ron Johnson. For for Ad Hominem attacks. He goes into an uncommon attack against the President United States. You've got to watch it. Watch if you can't watch the whole show. We'll just watch the segment with Ron Johnson. And if you're listening to us in the State of Wisconsin I hope you call the senator's office tomorrow and tell him that he did one of the best jobs jobs I've ever seen a Republican on national television. He would not take the bait from Chuck Todd and he took that and threw it right back in chuck. Todd's face great television now have said that speaking of great television. We're going to take a moment now to all let all of argus tonight introduce themselves and we're going to begin with our favorite liberal tonight. David Messia Tra David favorite federal. You are tonight grandma. uh-huh just tonight one here whatever role every every week all right great. Thank you Bruce. It's always a pleasure. My Name is David David Mass. Yo Trauma Rider. I regularly right for Salon. And the American conservative nothing if not interesting in journalistically promiscuous promiscuous and I'm currently working on my fifth book. I am somebody. Wi- Jesse Jackson matters. I've also written a book on Metallica. So in my book on Jackson published I can guarantee all be the only writer living or dead to have written a book on Jesse Jackson and Metallica but I have Total access to Jesse Jackson. He's one of the most insightful and important living American so when that book comes out in about a year. I hope. You'll have me back to discuss discuss it. I hope everyone will read it. House Jesse's health. He's doing well. You know Parkinson's is a tough disease and and Sometimes it's obvious that it's Taking its toll on him But he works six or seven days a week and and he travels regularly and He has a seemingly bottomless supply of energy and he at the age of seventy eight. He remains an inspiration for that reason among many and it's often because of his schedule and his refusal to relax in his refusal to surrender his commitment to the issues that that he considers of great importance that the Parkinson's is tougher for him to manage than it is for others. Well regular listeners have heard this before four but I would say even though Jesse Jackson I disagree on on a variety of issues. He's been a guest on this program. I consider him a friend of forty plus years and I would say and I've said this on the air that You know fifty years from now Jesse Jackson is going to be in the history. There's very few people who were alive today. Who are not the President President of the United States who will be in the history books and Jesse Jackson will be? I wish Godspeed in his in his battle against Parkinson's yes and it's one of the The privileges of my life. Certainly my professional life have developed this report and relationship with him and get his insights stories firsthand. Genie is tell us who you. You are a little little different background than David. Yes I'm Jeannie is. I'm a mother of five children first of all and I'm West Point graduate and and I served six years Illinois General Assembly as a state REP and then I ran for governor I am now a candidate for Congress and Illinois. I six congressional district and it's going to be a race to be watched When Next year in two thousand twenty that race is a suburban district and Trump didn't win it. The Democrats took it back. So we'll see what happens in that race. We have a great shot at winning that that debate. And I think that it's GonNa be fun to watch for everybody. It will be and Peter Nice W with us I thank you for having me I'm a CPA and author. A former candidate ran unsuccessfully for the Democratic nomination for Cook County Treasurer and for City Treasurer of Chicago My wife and I live here in the city of Chicago with our two young children. And and Yeah got the tax extension deadline key coming up and then otherwise just try to keep up with our children who gives us a rough consider yourself a liberal or moderate or conservative. I would say no more more of a moderate or more of a down the Middle Democrat I'm someone who results and systems matter to me so I would like to see constraint or confines that lead to production that actually as your horse for Twenty Twenty Buddha J- I really like him. I mean he's there are a lot of areas where he's shocked. I mean he raised over over. Twenty four million last quarter. And I like his pragmatism He's got a tough road but he's someone who. I'm excited to see as as part of the national conversation a member of the party Bruno Baron. Welcome back thank you. It's great to be back Discretion being the better part of Valor. I won't do my Jesse Jackson Imitation tation although I will say though that Tha Davis Point He's definitely a person to be respected in terms of the things that he he stood for and the things that he's done so good for him and good for having a relationship. Thank you appreciate Mine My name is Bruno Paradigm Senior Fellow on Education Issues for the heartland institute Had A radio show for a little while up in the northern suburbs. I've done political consulting for some people who have run for Congress and for Governor here here in Illinois I wrote a book. I'm not. I'm not as prolific authors. David I did write a little bit of a vanity pamphlet with a friend of mine on the Illinois Constitution and why we should have constitutional convention. Vote in two thousand eight So you know has an Asia. Well but I think one thing that has as well as criticizing the constitution is the accurate. The more accurate way to go does the question to you David into the Democrats and everybody can weigh in on it does Bernie Sanders heart attack. Doc last week do you think it eliminates him from consideration to be the nominee David. No it doesn't eliminate him but a with respect and and with a position that never forsakes the dignity of some of the older candidates running in the race race. I do think we should be mindful of once candidates of either party or other persuasion reach a certain age. There are long-term capabilities for performance in a high stress position We've seen Joe Biden for example Demonstrate signs of aging aging poorly both physically and cognitively now Bernie Sanders has had a heart attack at the age of seventy eight. That's something to take quite quite seriously so I'm not saying that we should forbid candidates above a certain age to run but we shouldn't act if it isn't a factor for our consideration. I'm betting that you're not behind Biden or sanders. No okay. He makes an interesting point. And I'm not saying that you have to tailor Taylor everything to your competition. But president trump will I think he will use whatever is at his disposal. And he certainly certainly didn't two thousand sixteen when it came to Secretary Clinton's health and when she fainted getting into one of our cars. So if as as the primary progresses aggressive I think Senator Sanders will.
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"Let's read it. First Rita in Weymouth. I read at how. Hi, I just want to mention something about the measles. I had him on. I was a little girl, and I was ferry sick. And in fact, measles affect girls. You know, more seriously than boys, and I'd recommend that people should get their children vaccinated had paid attrition. Children. A little he said that he almost lost a little girl that had measles very serious thing for girls. And I'm just want to tell people out there that are against it back seen. They really should think of getting for their kids because this measles can be very serious. I appreciate that. I do. Thank you Rita from Plymouth. How are you this morning? Pretty good. Pretty good. He's been up all night. He just getting up all night. I can't sleep or just had breakfast. Isn't that a bummer? Now. What happens do you get tired of the day and you sleep in the day? And then you can't get down not sleeping that much at all. I'm just a nap here. And there some nights, I sleep. But. I couldn't sleep tonight. I'm supposed to another station, and so forth and back and forth. You know, so do you ever try a hot bath? No, no, I tried to milk sometimes that works. Anyway, I'm getting by anyway, you know, very little sleep. So, but I didn't wanna call in and talk about the measles. I was awfully sick as a little girl. I appreciate thank you. Yeah. Okay. Thanks. Okay. This is say that in addition to the. What you know about measles, and the fever and the death measles can rob a child's site doctors born from an article in twenty fifteen. And I knew this when I was a kid we had to be in a dark room when I had measles, and we had to be in a darkened room sore eyes wouldn't get damaged. Resurgence of measles measles across the United States. People believe it's harmless transient disease. That's so not right about one or two out of a thousand people who get it will die. But experts warn that even before the telltale skin rash appears the infection. Typically shows up in the is in rare cases measles can trigger long-term vision problems or even blindness. One. It's you out of every one thousand children that's a correction, not people, but children who get measles will die from it. According to the CDC. It's not as simple as you get the measles. And that's it said Jonathan song ophthalmologist. Severe complications from measles can include brain swelling. Along with irritation or clouding of the is cornea that can a kit of its site almost all people get measles. We'll get red is called conjunctiva Vitus. Once they get Red Eye. They can develop inflammation of the cornea skin breakdown, the cornea and lead to scarring and blindness so rethink that anti vaccine position won't you? CDC reported one hundred and forty-one people from seventeen states in DC were known to have measles as of February thirteenth as not many. Now since then many more. Measles 'cause causes up to sixty thousand cases of blindness worldwide each year. So. Okay. Parents. Let's go to Peter piper in Pennsylvania, high paid Peter. Peter nice talking to you. Thank you. You've been talking about the vaccines quite a bit over the years. I'm glad you're doing it. I I wanted to call in about the polio vaccine when I was a little boy. Eight or nine years old beautiful young sixteen year old girl crossing the street got polio. And within a week, she was dead. And I remember it was a very scary summer for for kids. Especially me. I was I thought I was going to get it too. Because that was before the vaccine vaccine came out, I think about ten years later, but people people and teenagers and kids all over town or just kinda dropping like flies from polio. They worked dying dying. But the ones that work dying were, you know, disabled confined to wheelchairs, or, you know, life support and things so it was a polio. Vaccine was a pretty great thing. Now, you know, we don't have folio what's been wiped out. I guess for now. That's right. Somewhere some backyard. Yeah. And the flu the flu vaccine to a great thing. I worked in hospitals, all my life. And then before if people started getting flu shots every flu season everywhere around the holidays the hallways were guest. Full of people with the flu mostly elderly people. But we just didn't have any real the rooms are all for one and the flu patients always after the people started getting the new flu vaccine all we don't have it anymore. We really didn't see any problems at all who's your job in hospital. I was a laptop. I did blood tests and x-rays that's cool. So you glad tests and x-rays two entirely different disciplines. Well, I I worked at a small hospital. So we didn't do a really complicated nuclear medicine and rays and everything it was just the basic just that crazy neck, you know, broken bones and things training specific training for that. In the air force. So that's where it got old by trade. Most of my experience. Xrays of advanced a lot now. Right. They don't use such a heavy dose of radiation. Right. They've really gotten down to just a small portion of what it was when when I was working mom, I guess, it's it's not as dangerous going out walking on a sunny day. Thank you very much Peter for that. Yup. Backup. Yeah. I I I remember though that you're traveling. You were you said once you were looking for a some spiritual experience he would like to see angel or seeking God you talk to God. Like Moses did. Yeah. Who wouldn't who wouldn't? Well. Anyway, I go to Sedona. I think you said you've been there. Yup. I know what you're talking about is something going on and said, oh, yeah. You know about that? Yeah. Well, that's the place. But you know, you you definitely will talk to God there in different ways, and, you know, meet different spirits, but you have to stay there while I know you're trips weekend trips. And so I'm we're kinda short how to stay in Sedona. The see God. About three weeks. Three weeks but just weekend trip. I don't think we'll do it. You know, the spirits. Don't like to be rushed. That's that would definitely be the area. Thank you, Peter. Okay. Take care, brother. Yeah. Oh, Sedona is quite a place, and you can get there easily their nonstop stew with it number ways to get there. But they're nonstop so Phoenix, and you can get up to Sedona in about an hour and a half from Phoenix. And it is totally worth it figure out when it's not busy. They're going. It's not busy. It is spectacular. And I'm glad you brought that up because I haven't thought about sitting on a long time, and it's kinda doable. I should think about that. Is magical the big red the red rocks the boots, and they have a Jeep pink Jeep tours. It's called. It's it's commercial. But it's awesome a little expensive, but worth it unless you rent with actually, even if you rent for Dr equal you can't go with these things go pink Jeep tours. Look it up. Sick Google on that they get these jeeps and they specially rhythm up. So that their counter weighted. And they can do extreme angles. It's pretty fun now..
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"Nation's heartland at a time when we must heal the heart of our democracy and renew our commitment to the common. Good. I stand before you as a granddaughter of an iron are minor as the daughter of a teacher and a newspaper man as the first woman elected to the United States Senate from the state of Minnesota. I know my candidacy for president. Well, that is going to be one of the most memorable backdrops for announcing for president. I remember that when Barack Obama announced for president, Springfield, Illinois. It was about four degrees out. It was bitter cold. And so at least there's a comparison with that. But Derek et us, your your I described you as an independent or a democrat. But you're more of an independent, you're certainly progressive where does Amy klobuchar fit into the big big picture as you see it for twenty twenty for Democrats? Yeah. Well, I'll be honest with you. I know little about her. I mean, I know there's a lot that others do know about here. But I think that speaks to who exactly she is positioned in that race. Right. So the Washington elite and the nose of the nose day will know who she is. But I think that a lot of people don't, and so she has a lot a lot to go to be a household name for that. Let me ask our other democrat Peter Hannah, Peter nice to have you back. What's your take on AMI global jargon where she fits into the big democratic field? You know, I think it is a big field. I think Senator klobuchar is obviously one of one of several good choices. And it's nice to have a fifth female candidate is throwing her hat in the ring. I think that the sort of the center of the candidates who have announced and may announce is a little bit farther to the left then Senator klobuchar, and I think that the primary season's gonna kind of illicit those differences, and we'll see where it shakes out. Would you agree that all the progressive were the very progressive candidates? Could basically kill each other off split the vote and a it opens up an opportunity for more of a of a centrist or moderate potentially. But I think there's actually there's I'd say there's parody between the centrist candidates and more progressive ones. You have Joe Biden likely to put his out in the ring Kamal Harrison, many people believe is more centrist than the other folks who've been out there. And there are still others who are rumored to be announcing soon who I think also hit that centrist mold, but it'll be a lively primary officer Charles Lipson from the university of Chicago described you as a semi Republican. I didn't want to describe you as Republicans because they might not have let you back on campus tomorrow. So I I where I come from a semi Republican drives a eighteen Wheeler. What's your take on the center, a graduate from the university of Chicago university of Chicago law school, right up? I had thought that she was very well positioned until I began to see the news stories over the past week about how the people who work with her just can't get out of there. Fast enough. She's got the third highest turnover of staff in the in the Senate their stories about just genuine cruelty to staffers, throwing a binding book and hitting a staffer things like that. And that then brings you it raises a question about whether she has any administrative experience, you're going to be running the largest organization in the world by a larger male this point in a campaign, though with obviously all candidates having opposition research on someone. Feeding stories like that to the national media even before she announces that is part of the of the messing messing up of her candidacy, would you agree with that Steven Tucker who's I would. Yeah. I would. Yeah. I might actually say to see her. And I want sixteen seventeen of them on a stage. Like we had for the Republicans. I want AO see another odd communist to be the spokesperson for all of them. And I just wanna have fun watching the president just knock them all down like bowling pins. But but does club HR represent anything? Does she stand out in any way? Obviously you've said she's had trouble trouble with staff, which again was something that was set of Hillary Clinton has been said of a lot of women who've run for office, you generally don't hear that too much about men being to tests of taskmasters well as possible that there's that there's more than a touch of of sexism in it. I think that the that the bigger issue here is going to be as. Said in the last Republican primary, but turn out to be wrong. Whether there's going to be a couple of tracks like a left track a progressive track in one candidate comes out at the head of that perhaps Kamala Harris who knows and then a central a more centrist track perhaps, Joe Biden Pratt's, Amy club. They have to position themselves. That's what people thought. But then remembered the last two standing in the Republicans were a cruise and Trump, and they were very much on the right wall. But against some of already described the look in the democratic the really there's five lanes there. I mean, there's a Hispanic lane. There's now an an openly gay lane. There's there's there's the black women. There's Cory Booker. I mean, it's basically this. There's something for every mix. There's starter from New York. I I would characterize that entirely differently. I would say it's one really wide lane. And I think that's the democratic or as I feel like the human. Platform where we don't really care. What you are. What you love who you wanna be. What you look like. No. That's like do you want? Good for good. Are you talking about the Democratic Party everything about the Democratic Party is identity politics? How you can make that Clinton. Don't get me wrong. I again, he misrepresented me at the democratic beginning. I am an independent thinker and I do use that. Right. And so I do agree with you. I do not like entity politics. So I don't like when people.
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"For announcing for president. I remember that when Barack Obama announced for president, Springfield, Illinois. It was about four degrees out. It was bitter cold. So at least there's a comparison with that. But Derek at us, your your I described you as an independent or a democrat. But you're more of an independent, you're certainly progressive. Where does Amy klobuchar fit into the big big picture as you see it for twenty twenty four Democrats? Well, I'll be honest with you. I know little about here. I mean, I know there's a lot that others do know about here. But I think that speaks to who exactly she is positioned in that race. Right. So the Washington elite and the nose of the nose day will know who she is. But I think that a lot of people don't, and so she has a lot a lot to go to the household name for that. Let me ask other democrat Peter Hannah, Peter nice to have you back in China. What's your take on any chart and where she fits into the democratic field? I think it it is a big field. I think Senator culture is obviously one of several good choices, and it's nice to have a fifth female candidate. Throwing her hat in the ring. I think that the sort of the center of the candidates who have announced in announce is a little bit farther to the left, then Senator culture, and I think that the primary season's going to kind of illicit those differences and shakes out. Would you agree that all the progressive or the very progressive candidates? Could basically kill each other off split the vote and opens up an opportunity for more of a of a centrist or moderate potentially. But I think there's actually there's I'd say there's parody between the centrist candidates and more progressive ones. You have Joe Biden likely to put his hat in the ring Kamala, Harris will believe is more centrist than the other folks who get out there, and there are still others who are rumored to be announcing soon who I think also hit that center small, but I think it'll be alive late primary Fisher Charles Lipsett it from the university of Chicago described you as a semi Republican. I didn't want to describe you as Republicans. They might not have let you back on campus tomorrow. So I. Where I come from semi Republican drives an eighteen Wheeler. What's your take on the center, a graduate from the university of Chicago university law school? I had thought she was very well positioned until I began to see the news stories over the past week about how the people who work with her just can't get out of there. Fast enough. She's got the third highest turnover of staff in the in the Senate their stories about just genuine cruelty to stay first throwing a binding book and hitting a stay effort things like that. And then bring it raises a question about whether she has idiot ministry experience, you're going to be running the largest organization in the world by a larger male at this point in a campaign, though, with obviously all candidates having opposition research on someone feeding stories like that to the national media, even before she announces that is part of the of the messing messing up her dynasty. Would you agree with that Steven Tucker? I would. Yeah. I would. Yeah. I might actually say to see her in sixteen seventeen of the monastery like we head for the Republicans. I want a see another odd communist to be the spokesperson for all of them. And I just wanna have fun watching the president just knock them all down like bowling pins. But but this chart represent anything. Does she stand out in any way? Obviously you've said she's had trouble with Steph, which again was something that said if Hillary Clinton has been said of a lot of women who've run for office, you generally don't hear that too much about men being to test of taskmasters. Well, it's possible that there's there's more than a touch of sexism in it. I think that the that the bigger issue here is going to be as we said in the last Republican primary, but turn out to be wrong. Whether there's going to be a couple of tracks like a left. Track a progressive track in one candidate comes out at the head of that. Perhaps Kamala Harris who knows? And then the central a more centrist track perhaps, Joe Biden perhaps Amy club. They have to position themselves. That's what people thought. But then remember the last two standing in the Republicans were cruise and Trump, and they were very much on the right? Well, but against some of he described looking at the democratic the it's really there's five lanes. I mean, there's a Hispanic there's now an openly gay lane. There's there's there's the black women. There's Cory Booker. I mean, it's basically this. There's something for every mixed. There's charter from New York. I mean, I I would characterize it entirely differently. I would say it's one really wide lane. And I think that's the democratic or as I feel like the humanist platform where we don't really care. What you are what you love who you wanna be what you look like. Do you want? Good for good player. You talking about the Democratic Party everything about the Democratic Party is identity politics. You can make that don't get me wrong. Again. He misrepresented me at the beginning. I I am an independent thinker and I do use that. Right. And so I do agree with you. I do not like entity politics. So I don't like when people champion one thing that they are.