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"project arena" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"project arena" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Time. Denver police stated, will evaluate the success of the closure at the end of September and then make a decision about keeping the closures in place of Fox. 30 wants to move in for K Way. News Radio A Denver resident in the state's third person is the third states third person to be infected by West Nile virus. The local health department announced the case late last week but also out of the person infected has traveled in the mountains before the positive test. The state's first case was reported earlier in the month. In Delta County. Ah, Boulder resident also tested positive for the mosquito carried illness last week. Ah, 13 Year old is rewarded for helping Colorado renters impacted by the pandemic. The apartment Association of Metro Denver is going to give Arena Britain a college scholarship for raising more than $1500 to help provide rental assistance during the pandemic. As a bod mitzvah project Arena set out to raise $2600 but ended up raising more than four times that amount with a go fund Me effort. The apartment association today will accept her donation and, in turn, give Marina a scholarship. A pair of vans she wanted for her birthday. Cathy Walker Koray news radio for the first time in a long time, We've got some weekend box office numbers, such as they are movie goers willing to brave the pandemic to see Christopher Nolan's Ted. It theatrically pushed it toe a better than expected $53 million Weekend debut in Canada and overseas. Hollywood will certainly be looking attended as a bellwether when it opens in the US this week, where most movie theaters remain closed. Do you know a mutants are the new mutants, which did open.

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"project arena" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"project arena" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Degrees on her way to a high in the upper seventies, slightly cooler again tomorrow and then a warm up by the weekend right now, on Colorado's morning news hundreds in the metro area calling for change. It's all part of a nationwide effort on racial injustice. Kaylie News Radio's check Clark joining us live at the details in a march that went through the metro area, Marty they didn't care about the violent protests and other cities. The goal was March on marching together and we're sweating and we're fatigued and we're like shouting and our voices are getting tired, but we still keep pushing through it. It's very much Michael cosmic of the struggle that we have lying ahead before Protester talking or partners in Fox 31. They started at the Martin Luther King Jr Library and Aurora yesterday afternoon and walk five miles to City Park seeking justice for Elijah McClane. And others who are brutalized by police. There was some pushback in some traffic issues, but overall a peaceful demonstration for peace. Clark away NewsRadio, Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson says there's a simple way to stop the violence We're seeing in the cities across the US and in his home state's on CNN's state of the union, the Republican lawmaker called for more resource is and backup to be brought in, including the National Guard. What we need do is we need to get control of the situation. And until we until we do, we're going to have more violence. We're goingto have, unfortunately, potentially more loss of life, Johnson said. That way. Those involved in writing are vastly outnumbered. He credited was conking Congress Congressman Brian Style for contacting President Trump and asking for help in Kenosha. Following that police shooting of Jacob Blake, the president expected to pay a visit to the state tomorrow. However, Wisconsin's governor Tony Evers, is asking him to put off the trip. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, calling on the president to denounce the violence and bring the country together. After a shooting that killed a man in Portland. Saturday night shooting happened after a pro trump caravan with hundreds of vehicles drove through downtown. Don't let this be the spark. It's sets off an acceleration of hostilities in our beautiful city while the mayor was speaking President Trump tweeted. The only way to stop violence is through strength. We understand he will work with local officials to end violent demonstrations. I'd appreciate that either the president support us or you stay the hell out of the way. Police for investigating one led to the shooting. There has not been an arrest. Brad Ford, NBC News Radio Portland, Oregon. Back here in Colorado, The Cameron Peak fire burning in Larimer County is now covering more than 23,000 acres. Operation section chief Russ Long says the fires in a very difficult location burning at more than 9500 ft. It's burning in a really complex, difficult fuel type, so we have lodgepole pine mixed Conifer. There are some meadows, but they're few and far between, generally in the valley bottoms and the ridge tops. And then beyond that this whole area has been affected by the mountain Pine beetle, So there's a high amount of dead standing trees that are essentially ready to burn. Cameron Peak Fire. Still, 0% contained a woman hiking in Lake County when she says a man shot her dog because was not on a leash, Boating, swimming and hiking. Kelli Murray takes her dog Pepe just about everywhere, but now they're forced to take things slow. That said, a miracle as pepper recovers from a gunshot wound. I'm having a hard time understanding where You know, it all came from. Murray says she and peppy were hiking the Windsor Lake trail in the Mount massive wilderness area Thursday. They were almost to the top. When she heard this from a man coming down. You better put your dog on a leash or I'm going to shoot it. Seconds later, a single gunshot. I said, Oh, my God, That's all I remember is saying, Oh, my God, and he said, I told you I was going to shoot your dog. Marie says she didn't get a good look at the man as she took Pepe and ran back down the trail. My main concern was getting back to the Jeep. Fast, So I was truly scared for my life. You know the trail they were. Hiking does require dogs to be on a leash. But Murray says this man's actions go beyond being frustrated over someone not following that rule. Obviously, this person has some kind of problem, and I just hope that you get the help that he needs to the Lake County Sheriff's Office calls this a one time incident and says there's no known threat to the public that is Fox 30 One's Rachel Skylar reporting a 13 year old is getting her own reward for helping Colorado renters impacted. The pandemic. The apartment Association of Metro Denver is going to give Arena Britain a college scholarship for raising more than $1500 to help provide rental assistance during the pandemic as a bat mitzvah project Arena set out to raise $2600 but ended up raising more than four times that amount with a go fund me effort. The apartment association today will accept her donation and, in turn, give Marina a scholarship and a pair of vans she wanted for her birthday. Cathy Walker, Koray news radio. And for the first time in a long time, we've got some weekend box office numbers such as they are for movie goers willing to brave the pandemic to see Christopher Nolan's Ted it theatrically pushed it toe a better than expected $53 million weekend debut in Canada and overseas Hollywood will certainly be looking attended as a bellwether when it opens in.

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"project arena" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"project arena" Discussed on The Playbook

"Always give my advice amen. I wouldn't borrow more than a hundred thousand dollars to go to school. 'cause I wouldn't want that pressure in it But is is there for you? You deal in financial literacy you deal and helping with student that For those kids that have to borrow to go Is there is there to you. A certain range that is safety. Think TO PUT THAT INVESTMENT. Any the cool. Yeah it's it's a great question I think everyone's situation's different one size fits all so. I think everyone needs to think about what they're hoping to get out of out of their education what their dream job is and how education helps up. Set them up to Jeeva Everyone is different. Everyone has different Plans for for their life. So it's a tough question. Tanner I think the one being bit. The we as a company and has naturally and me personally you know fuel is that Young we want people look back on that time you know whether it's it's Undergrad or graduate. School proudly in fondly is. Could you know it's some of the best time best memories best friends you're gonNA you're GonNa make we want you back on positivity not feel that Shrek burden that that comes with that debt so whatever we can do As a brand we feel like it's important To to do so again this is why we feel so importantly about the college debt program. Your three ten year commitment. It's something that we want to talk about it for a really long time because we feel strongly about it. Yeah I think Guinea investment when you look at school it is investment in yourself and it's time risk tolerance are the two things. Look at. Make sure you know how long have and what your risk tolerances for what you're going to be Last question I believe in all industries in our preneurs within the work for big companies like you or a Solo preneurs freelancer which is becoming more and more popular and common Life is about lessons and these lessons. Look keep coming until you learn. They result in pain. If you haven't learned a mental physical spiritual even financial pain Through your career. Which you've done so well and you landed in a position that you love. What's the number one lesson that you've learned so far man? What's a great question? The first thing that comes to mind is is approaching every every day every project Arena reaction as both an opportunity and as a learning lesson. I think if you go into those projects in those interactions of wanting and willing to learn you're always going to be better than next time around the next day the next project in win you approach those this projects or interactions. They feel like work they become work and they're yes less useful and you'RE GONNA develop yourself less so just having that mindset where you want to learn and challenge yourself I think is super important in that allows you to be successful as you progress in your career. That's that's the most important lesson that I've really taking heart in my career. That's awesome well. I'm going to finish up with the Dave Meltzer. Natty light and Bush out toes for you be kind your feed yourself and do good deeds is absolutely a pleasure having you on here. Blake. I appreciate your time. This is Dave Meltzer. Be Kind of future. Yourself and Bush is entrepreneurs the playbook by hope you enjoy this week's episode of the playbook as much as me on a personal note. I just wanted to thank everyone for making the playbook such a success. Don't forget to continue it by sharing subscribing and listening to your favorite episodes. Is Dave Meltzer with the playbook?.

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"project arena" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"project arena" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sponsored by compassion international you can change the world for a child in extreme poverty through compassion international just text child eight three three nine three to find out how the microclimate forecast mostly cloudy overnight right now which is fifty two degrees of Lindbergh field and set new goals beep beep the Tucson roadrunners forty one project arena last night the girls visit Bakersfield tonight I'm Erik Roy AM seven sixty K. F. M. B. talk and breaking news news update JYJ system of rain snow and ice hitting the nation's midsection heading toward the northeast and the west coast is dealing with some snow threats of its own we start in Sioux falls first grade teacher Jordan Osterberg Hey we have a few inches of snow on the ground the card right by I think from cloud but cars are still getting stuck trying to get real I know there's been no travel advisory ball but I have people apparently lots of government offices and schools closed in the heartland and looking ahead WCBS TV forecaster Lonnie Quinn the whole system will push to the east as it gets into Chicago changing from snow over to some ice and some rain as well then it keeps pushing east it will make its way into the northeast and then out to sea by Sunday were before about the situation did to deteriorate enough on Friday in time for the Federal Aviation Administration to order a ground stop at Chicago o'hare airport earlier Friday a plane slid off an icy taxi way in Kansas city CBS news update on top forty the M. seven sixteen KFMB six nine four nine part of the conversation call is shell Rotella the hotline eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine shell Rotella the engine oil that works as hard as you do truckers see a lot of signs on the the most important signs truckers Macy are the signs of human trafficking truckers against trafficking.

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"project arena" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"project arena" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Byrne Paul Yeah in his dog is done in the game game so why even because what's the point yeah all right. Let's move on to Randy. PITCHFORD has been exonerated with quotes in the headline around exonerated in legal battle was executed box lawyer came over an idea and he is my desk made an idea and other. I think about it gearbox. Co Randy Pitchford has settled a legal dispute between him and the former gearbox gearbox legal counsel according to a new report the to have agreed to a settlement while Patriot has been exonerated from all allegations against him in a new report from the Hollywood reporter the legal battle between Pittsburgh Pittsburgh and give random all reporters getting on the game news honestly legal battle between Pittsburgh and gearbox. You'll council Wade calendar that began in December. Two Thousand Eighteen has reached conclusion the decision was covered discovered in a filing that Dallas County Texas District Court on Tuesday or Thursday upon review of all the evidence in the case in the opinion of counsel that the evidence exonerated Randy Pitchford for the allegations against him the official dismissal statement read all misunderstandings between the parties corrected and apologies were exchanged because has the parties have been mutually bound by confidentiality no additional statements will be forthcoming countersued Pitchford in late two thousand eighteen twenty eighteen after he accused of allegedly receiving a secret twelve million dollar bonus but borland's publisher take two interactive gearbox countersued claiming that calendar borrowed money for personal expenses and never repaid the company the legal battle became salacious when counter-accused pitcher and leave a USB drive in Texas Medieval Times which contain confidential company materials pornography under raise should probably early be the modifying thing there. Something Gearbox said we're allegations made by disgruntled former employees with no basis in reality law gearbox also filed a grievance the state bar the Texas against calendar for filing lawsuits that includes accusations that he knows to be untrue. The lawsuit came at a particularly inopportune time for gearbox which is in the middle of announcing releasing a highly highly anticipated borderlands three in two thousand nineteen Helberg borderlands was successfully released another lawsuit is settled as well counter also joe recently joined the NRA as general legal counsel so I don't know if you remember all the details about the story but when I I remember it 'cause it was the first week I was back at work vizier I was I was doing like a Vr demo for Oculus way the fucking redwood city and my phone's blowing up while I was in Vr and like I can't deal with this right now whatever it is over fifteen slack message of like. Did you see this thing. What are we talking about this? How do we report the story? It's sort of weird one for sure like the whole thing with him. Leaving a thumb drive at Medieval Times with like an underage cam girl wall so that that was the thing that like was was underage because I remember that was what the headlines are saying but then that was calendars allegation yeah so I don't remember the legal term for what this like stage of discovery or whatever accusation is but I talked to some lawyers about they were saying yeah in this part you exaggerate the fuck out of whatever you want like you're taking they make it sound really bad yeah which is why gearbox also talked about him. You know like yeah he uses money for better ads or whatever yeah so they they both basically talk shit about each other and to get the judge to like parrot down to something reasonable. Yeah makes sense. Oh this has been like the lawsuit apparently reflecting pox on both their houses kind of thing paying of this didn't work out for both of them so they just settled it and been dealt with it. Exonerated is a word that I feel this is weird for reason here and they're using the dismissal statement but I rarely pitcher. I don't know he's you just stay gearbox. Pr Stuff forever ever at this point. I don't understand how they could have him. Just have him. Let him continue to do the things he does. It say that he dies because it feels like it's so not congruent with their vision in the way that they speak the way that the handles things the way that even like their developers handled things the content team is all that stuff. It's so out of left field where it's kind of just like like it feels I can feel the cringe of a lot of the people when he starts to talk yeah I mean like after the game informer blow up like there are people who argue at gearbox a DM me like yeah. We're kind of embarrassed about all of this like to K and all that too like they. I think it's a thing of if anybody could lead to Randy Pitchford they would and even though like this thing went away all of the if he continues to talk. It'll be like that I guess I never really told the full story blow up. We'd like this thing of like when Paul Sage was screwed by Randy comments because what ended up happening is we all the game informer for the gearbox borderlands three reveal event i. I don't think you were there when it was like Greg Fran Yeah I and I had an interview view with Paul Sage. I said I ask Rick like hey these random onstage. There was no micro transactions. I saw in the game. There's all these that are going to be like for sale. What do you think is like okay well? Yeah those will be for sale. That's deal well okay. I'll just write that down. Do whatever and I didn't end up using the story because they wasn't interesting game has Michael Transactions on its story yeah but then ready get on stage for the actual stream and again says no no transactions at all so at least fabulous was I think I was in an Nintendo meeting for cadence of high role at the moment so she was running up the news and the tweets and I said Hey ilise lease. He said that on a stream there are actually my coaches actions. Here's the quote from the transcription. Put it in the story like you do a tweet about it as well so she does that I go into my meeting another situation where my phone is blowing up the entire meeting like I'm kind of looking down a tree or they're like. I might have to go to walk out and deal with something Real uh-huh quick by the time I walk out Andy McNamara saying like yeah. I'm dealing with don't don't to you don't do anything so for the rest of the day. It's him talking to Randy page who is yelling at us about us. Lying in the I think the explicit line was W- how could you guys fuck me on this specific line was how could you I just came in for her to the account directly eaten late meanwhile at Lisa's heavy like a slow breakdown. I feel like now you can say that to to. I mean they do good work. I'll just say that like sports illustrated thing gives me like pause them losing half their staff the yesterday but but I will say that when that happened it very much like there was a feeling of Zany to shut this guy's a fuck up of of like just not even a game for just everywhere. Why is he getting directly involved with one thing that he's super wrong about to even if he wasn't wrong about it? Why would you have the CEO of your company? Go out on twitter and start fighting with an outlet over it. Yeah you know it's such a such a weird place where Herat with social media where everybody is entitled to voice their opinions and being able to say things in like editors doesn't represent the company but what if it does then and it doesn't matter when you're the CEO Oh yeah and I feel like that's the thing is when we've been reporting on the story the last couple months. It's like it seems like there's so much that we don't know obviously and at the end of the day it's like these are two guys as they used to be friends that shit went bad between and they are now dealing with it unfortunately has to be very public yeah and a lot of shit being thrown. Both ways is right but then all of this adds when there's these stories plus that story plus God knows how many other stories it's like all of a sudden it's like people are looking at him waiting for him to say something stupid and then to jump on it right but then when they don't need to wait because he just keeps doing it like that's the part that is it's scary for the teams that have to deal with that right. They still have borderlands Konta roll out the question. If I weren't by some I might be please as for the love of God do not let Andy Get Iran to get involved with any of the features things and I think that they have the power to do that if you wanted to if take take two could stop him they would. I bet that's written to the contracts forelands four for like yeah. You can't talk about this like if someone asks you a question walkaway away all right moving on departing arena that president was working on potential Gilmore sequel this Stephen Not low at Arco Taco and they heartfelt heartfelt message that arena nets webpages afternoon. It's president Mike O'Brien announced that for nineteen years he's leaving the company he cofounded. He noted that he'd been working on a new project arena net but was now going to start a a new studio with the friends. The time has to take a step back. He said expressing the desire to work something smaller scale. I'm going to skip ahead because this is a long thing that goes over like ah when he was working on he when we're going to get worse to previously but O'Brien didn't say what products could work for two years. He did know that he had something already. Had something new lined up up next week. I'll join some of my old friends forming a new studio. We'll go back to the beginning and make small games again. Kotok understanding via our source is it will O'Brien will be working with other departing developers. I who had recently worked not acknowledging for potential Gilmore's our future Gilroy project developers are not taking what they made with them so basically Gilmore arena has been having some issues over the last couple of years but fifteen years ago they were bought by NC soft and then they did this big thing with Gilmour's to where hurt they're not going to do a subscription model. They're going to just sell expansions and survive off that in about two three years ago and see soft said this model isn't working think and since then they haven't done anything so it kind of feels to me like code of conduct could argue saying again this news is that the founder is leaving with a bunch of the people from that company but could say they were working on something new something next. It sounds like it wasn't going well yeah yeah I mean I wonder what what's GonNa come from this. Are they gonNA take the team. Kinda like branch off start some new stuff and then continue working on the version of the project that they were working on there. Was it not working for them. What was it not working for? The bottom line. Yeah and it's another question of like is this three they were working on by guild was projected. They mean we're making a Gilmore's fighting game game now or not yes or and so that makes sense for any developer to go. You know go off and do yeah but you can't really launch from the Garage Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm really curious like again. It's one of those things where there's a diverse right now and I think they're feeling the squeeze more than anything of of the old models aren't working yeah. So what do we do in the future and they don't have answers yet. You got to link up with the game pass game stores. Things like you need need that money. There's so much money being thrown around in all the spaces and I feel like so many people are looking at it like Oh. All these Indians are getting so much money. Obviously the triple A.'s get the money like kind of organically manically but the double as they they can get money to from these these resources and I think that we're GONNA see a lot more of that. I acting in the next year or two of both xbox game pass and a game store really kind of like just throwing money at higher and higher production value games so you say that but I feel like that's also tenuous 'cause I if you asked me two years ago like where's the money in like literally the empirical answer was investors are putting it in Vr the that money's entirely dried out because they don't it's not taking off you can still get money from Oculus but that's one company like maybe Sony will toss. VR Roddick's your way yeah but is gay like there's no permanent answer and I think that's that's true but I think the difference is there's inherent money in subscription cushioned services and there's a lot more money coming in with.

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"project arena" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"project arena" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Cousins. We got kids. We get publicist. We got everybody here today. I got a question for you. We're GONNA put me on the spot. I know you're actually I am what you were fourteen years old. What was your biggest accomplishment? Ah Let's see fourteen <hes> let's see I think <hes> that was the year I cut the grass for quarter and my dad wanted me to go to for other people like Nah now this is this is enough doing it for us here and he had he had to push me to do that. You know I I was fourteen. Hey look around. We're having fun here. I'm laying out in the sun during the summer here. I'm not working that sounds about right and there's the listeners point to that question that was not a random of because because are very very special guest today. It probably figured out her age by now. That's supposed to disclose hester ahead of time so it was okay is Carina Tar Sadia so Korean welcome to the show so excited to have you here. I know you've got a lot to tell us so. It can't wait to hear more about what you're doing. In this great project you're working on. She did something more than I did a fourteen she actually did a project puts up together at fourteen while Korean before we get <hes> you have again a great project. It's a it's a charitable. <hes> event of we're going to speak about but <hes> I'd love to know kind of how you've got to wear your today like Intel suitable more about yourself well. I was fourteen years old. When I started the project Jack and since two thousand six my family and I have been taking service trips every other year to places like India Zambia Cambodia and these trips bought me and my family together which really like bonded us in ways we didn't expect and it kind of inspired me to create something and give back in my own backyard? Wow that's really really great. Okay is this is the Zambia like up in the valley. I I forgot resembling most kids when they're fourteen. Don't know where any of this point here so <hes> what inspired you to give back in your own backyard here in Orange County well we <hes> on all these trips I saw incredible poverty which inspired me to do something in my hometown and so I created a goal to give away twenty five sorry five thousand talk to children in need in Anaheim in Anaheim all right <hes> and <hes> why a backpack cool because education is really important <hes> and with great education you can succeed in your life and according to a survey done by Huntington Bank parents can expect to pay for one child anywhere between six hundred dollars two thousand dollars feel. No it can be really expensive in so you so your thought was hey we can put the other backpack with full of of of school items. The Elliott school supplies in were also throwing a hygiene kit right Paul Hygiene Kit Hygiene Kit got. It is their name for this project. Did you give it a name yeah. It's called krinos backpack project arenas backpack project okay and is our website or any of that for it. Can we can others donate and participate paid. Yes the website is Korea's backpack project dot org and on the website you can find all our social media's and you can sign up and you can actually volunteer <hes> do the website. Did you <hes> from the beginning so you had this idea the something you wanted to do. How did it evolve from there? Do you have friends or family or did your classmates or do. Are you websites designer what to do. How did this happen? Well is Kinda. I like my Grandpa is founder of an organization called joy of sharing and their tagline is to come together and give together and that kind of like one along something I've always wanted the do and so I decided to actually partner with that and <hes> my grandpa like has always been telling us since day one that education is really important and like education is the key to success excise. Yeah I mean if he this is his chair this joy of sharing his his jerry so we must have taught you about the the great benefit of giving back. Did you learn that from him yeah okay and and as a partner with see what's going to be doing to help you well. He is actually going to be he's just like our main partner and like he's GonNa like fee there and he's GonNa have a booth and he's also going to like share about. How what he does there and we're also going to have other organizations? Come out to the vet and they're going to teach <hes> families that need a little bit more help <hes> about their organization so they can. I see that they need now. Do you have see so. You're <hes> fifteen now so you would an highschool starting high school this year freshman yeah profession no or any of your classmates <hes> helping you're participating yeah. They're all GONNA volunteer yeah. What are the volunteered? What are they gonNA need to do? Well you need to like sign up and you can sign up through a website and we've a bunch of different jobs at consign it for what they WanNa do hatchery this Saturday. We're having a backpack assembly day for just volunteers and they're going to be helping US pacal the backpacks and putting all the hygiene kits in and then on August fourth the day of the vet. We're GONNA have the volunteers they can't help with the carnival boots and it can help with the entertainment of like that so let's talk about the event that's so what's taking place at the Angel Stadium Yeah. How did you get yeah? It's not like Paul can't get the no well. My goal is to like target as many people in need as I can and so I needed a really big area or that and I decided to reach out to the Angel Stadium and when I reached out to that they were willing to actually host the vet and their parking lot we're going to have <hes> the <hes> we're GonNa have also the Anaheim ducks come out there street hockey team and they're gonNA come out and then we're also gonNA had <hes> because we know it's in the Anaheim area so we're going to have in both of those people come out to get the straight so you called Angel Stadium Yourself. You got some and how about the ducks. Did you get them yourself or did you get hope with that. Help with that. Ah But we went and I actually met with I didn't get I didn't have a chance to meet with the ducks personally but I did have a chance to meet with the Angel Stadium and I presented presented to them in there really willing to work with US especially exciting. How many people are you expecting to come about? Ed Say fifteen thousand people with including the volunteers fifteen dollars two thousand fifteen thousand people are going to show up to this event that you put together as a fourteen year old girl here thousand per year of eight exactly exactly so okay so you start you did say a little bit about so you're GonNa have what like games and and exhibits and like what kind of entertainment we're GONNA have a few people dance professional dancers yeah come out <hes> we're also going to have leads a grocery bags station along along with the backpacks. They're going to be giving away free grocery bags with like groceries to kick off the school year and also we're going to have a haircut haircut station where every kid can get a haircut of their first as school so they can look now. Did you get no doubt to sank there from Anaheim. Band Gwen is going to be you know so in preparation was not. It's not that far away do what's the process are you are. People don't tweeted one of the dates. What would they does certain plus? It's GonNa be taken place on August four from ten A._M.. To Four P._M.. And there's going to be all the things I just said all like the different sections ends and it's honestly just going to be really fun event to bring the community together and how do you get the word out to people who need these services. How did they find out about the other than stations like this? How how are you promoting it to them well I we he? Can I like research some schools in need and we kinda like what through the schools and communicated with the schools. How'd you come up with five thousand? That's that's a lie well. Originally I wanted to give away twenty five tossing backpacks but I know that's a really big number especially for the first year of doing something like this so I decided to cut down. It'd be realistic and go for five thousand back to the first year <hes> but I someday really want to give away twenty five dozen backpacks. That's my goal so <hes> my family and I decided that we're GonNa make this annual event so great and then to you get the payback so you're you're getting donations. I assume he and you're taking their Daesh money and you're buying the backpacks and the supplies yes so that is that happening like every week you more money more supplies more backpacks or actually we have all this applies in fact backpacks right now and right now we mainly are looking. Were getting the grocery supplies in we have the hygiene kits made did that last week and this taken. We're GONNA be actually packing all the backpacks. It's going to take a while. We're all the backpacks the same yes what color they some are gray black and then somewhere orange. So the non the same so if someone wants to register as a volunteer or if they want to receive a backpack how do they do that they can go to our website Krona's backpack project dot org and and literally right when you pop on the screen. They'll be like two tabs in you compress if you WANNA volunteer or if you want to sign up for okay. How do you get all the backpacks? We're I mean people donating or are you. Are you raising money to go buy them. What would were where do you get all these supplies and backpacks? We've been raising the money and we went out to buy the backpacks but <hes> I know. Some people donated some supplies. Are there any special event partners. You want to make sure that youth thank for this event right. Let's get your sponsor trying to get out of people sponsoring this. I want to say thank you to all our partners in individual donors and local school in nonprofit nonprofit organizations and especial shoutout to advance.

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"project arena" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"project arena" Discussed on WDRC

"Lars Larsen show if any of you been listening to the show for the last twenty years you know that there is one story but I probably dog longer than just about any other it involves the unique piece of technology that was created here in the northwest and when that company went bankrupt even though this piece of technology a global supertanker to fight fires with built on a seven forty seven platform thank goodness Jim Wheeler and the folks at global supertanker picked up the pieces made it even better and then they have had to fight their way through all of the approval process is to get all of the you know the FAA and all the rest of these folks to sign off on the idea and Jim Wheeler joins me now Jim it's good to have you back large it's always great to be back in it's particularly great to be back today with some really fantastic news and what is that new because you've got the plane you've got the FAA's Sino if you've already been to Israel you've already fought fires there so what more could we do to make it just a little bit better well we had to get the Forest Service approval they have project arena process you go through call the inter agency air tanker board from the inter agency here tanker board that they were granting us interim approval adventure like getting a driver's permit to some degree with sixteen so he's you know but what it does do large it allows us now to bid on and participate in fires here in the United States which we were forbidden to days even though the airplane was their warranty and passed all of the FAA requirements so we are going to be all ready to go to the fires that we part two severe but we know are likely to be there this year and now we're excited about that and by the way this is the first public announcement about our approval for the inter agency your tank aboard sure well we appreciate you making it first here I know that just so people understand how critically important this is you have hundreds of billions of not trillions of dollars of forests in the United States in terms of the value of all that would in the wild life in and everything else when a fire ripped through there it doesn't just destroyed trees it destroys the landscape it has to be re planted it has to be cleaned up it's a tremendous cost and I think I've read that the Forest Service spends in round numbers about a billion dollars every year just fighting fires on its own land all the land they manage for the rest of us it sounds like you are how you ought to be in the catbird's seat for be able to walk in with a piece of technology the two big and capable and can drop either retarder water on something even lower price than some of those Dinky airplanes that your competitors use well that's true large except all I'll make one comment this some of those smaller aircraft used to efficiently on very small fires we're kind of the biggest tool in the toolbox and more nothing's really get going and we're the guys that you want to call IBM is these days these cars get out of control so fast and there is this wild wildland urban interface known in the industry as the Wu Yi that everybody is most concerned about because people are living closer to nature now than ever before perhaps our forefathers live very close but the farmers tend to take houses in human lives and a lot of property both in terms of construction property and personal property like cars and snowmobiles and things of that nature get burned up so the total cost of fighting the fires is about one to one point two billion dollars a year but the losses are multiple of that number and I think one of the major things that we're going to see going forward hopefully is a more aggressive attack on these fires early on when we were in Israel it was very very obvious the Israelis wanted us to put a fire ant is quickly as they could spot it so instead they would put us up in orbit and instantly when they spotted a fire no matter what the size was they called us in to put that fire out and I'm hopeful that we're going to be involving more to that business model in the future here in the United States rather than just trying to contain fires is obviously a place fires have to be contained when they're very large but let's get on a Marley and let's get him out as quickly as possible I mean and you can anticipate some of his cage a gym because if you know we're in the middle of July or August and we've got a lightning storm that moves into some part of America you know that with lightning strikes you're almost guaranteed to get at least a few fires out there absolutely lighting is one of the major causes but bars also folks people are also cautioned Marchioness calls in summer because the no by people that are paying very very good attention to their campfires or their camp lanterns Gatlinburg firing Tennessee and most people think of the wildland fires being a west coast phenomenon yeah well this past year of Georgia North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee suffer horrendously from the wildfires but they Gatlinburg fire burned all were killed over fourteen people and bond over a twenty four hundred homes and that started as a one and a quarter acre fire they got way out of control before they ever kind enough resources in there to get it out in reality most of mother nature put most of that fire out so getting on these partially and his legal name was the largest you know you don't want to put up a hundred fifty pound linebacker against Ben Roethlisberger due to not and by the way people should now if you've got this tanker based in Colorado springs as it is you can literally be anywhere in the continental United States in under four hours cancer absolutely and I large like be over your house in about an hour and forty five minutes so that's the way to get it done and if people are wondering yes had signed off by the FAA yes it's safe and the folks who fly this thing there specially trained to be able to fly the seven four seven former cargo jet now equipped with all that technology the dell Smith helped pioneer back in the day they never got used in the United States to get used to Mexico in Israel and other places but it's a great American assets and again for the people worry about costs because they see that big plan I said well yeah but all those little planes they all have to have pilots and co pilots the big plane just has three people working in the cockpit right or do you have a fourth is an engineer to run the gear no no we actually there's only two people flying the plane we have a third person who runs the a tank systems in the back of the aircraft but I will tell you large one of the big things that that is really a big concern when you talk about using a beautifully is the time that's lost by the time we go out and dump a few hundred gallons come back later to pick it up and go back out you're losing so much time the fire starts to get away from you so not only are we fast not only are we big and not only are we ready willing and able we can we can douse a very large fire very quickly now you you're not going to get one of these big fires it's multi thousand acres and put it out in one fell swoop but you can get a good start on these fires when you start a lot sooner well and now you've got now you got the Forest Service approval so Jim it sounds like you're well on your way this next year to showing all the things that the global supertanker can do definitely larger we look forward to catching up with you somewhere along the fire trails we got to do that sometime I really and I really appreciate you letting us make the announcement that the U. S. Forest Service approval is finally come at long last for this great piece of technology Jim thanks so much for the time large thank you very much you bet Jim Wheeler president and CEO global super tanker you're listening to Lars Larsen show.

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"project arena" Discussed on The Six-Figure Empire Podcast

The Six-Figure Empire Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"project arena" Discussed on The Six-Figure Empire Podcast

"And know that if i'm giving value to somebody and doing things that i enjoy this you just look your you feel good you continue working hard you do things for people and then you like it's like you put your head up from working like or call i got some money like and it just comes it's been an interesting focus and i actually want to do more and more of that where i'm just going deeper into what i enjoy doing value that i wanna give to people and then let the money come as a byproduct not just as the main goal okay so in terms of the actual project in and of itself with which the was the objective is is is just in a another accomplishment for you are you looking to create project arena taste study right selfishly the reason i'm creating it is it was it's a passion project is something that didn't exist that i wish did in a weird way i don't even know like hallam how it's going to like come into anything late but it's something that as a young person getting into like going after my dreams i wish it would have existed and so i wanna do it for my younger self even though that doesn't make any sense so maybe me creating ad i can give it to another younger person getting started and seeing them like walk through it will give me the peace in the joy in the happiness of like that i wish i could have had when i started so.

"project arena" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

Mighty 1090 AM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"project arena" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

"The key a jail guys getting healthy and and the addition the young receiver up at the right time and and it's all come together to trigger this great calls route yeah we've been talking about her for weeks and mine about it all coming together and you gotta think about how many goals have played an innate shoulders here i you know i try and look at any team i think the go out the most hoyer or indiana so you for a while but with that in that you look up and down the lineup throughout the greek you've got you know guys with short handed goal guys coming on the power play it's been in thing throughout the season and then the have the guys called up from the east th you know i think that the bigger surprises every time if you're get comes up now peek into variable the put them that's strength and i probably or adam subban geico scored in the first game falling more than that yeah i think maybe when you know if if this team stays on its current project arena would be jay we may look back at that kind of early middle period where the gulls did that you know treadwell credit water and then gained a little bit while they were with a roster that really had mostly easy a challenge joe contract guys as opposed to having the pipeline prospect guys on the roster those guys are either called up for hurt and then you know certain guys got healthy at the right time you know combined again with with things really getting solidified in that and all of a sudden you've got this lined up where you're like wow it it's kind of hard to break in now you know if it's nice to be up this points we've talked about it so much but you know you know i bet you're going to hear different than practiced or you know guys are doing their best make the wind up being in the lineup you know any time you have a winning streak like there's so if the the hockey believe me you just want gone the rake which i would be and he's home radio color partner former san diego gulls captain of course back in the heyday and that will be on the air with me as well on fox five san diego coming up this sunday at five o'clock with the gulf take.

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"project arena" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"project arena" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Because i'm like i right notify also the pressure on the clay diminished ration coming from both with in that is the rule been bob rule been weighing they apenas creation which i i i did fight as hard as i could the pressure to reduce the deficit and they're but not make the investments the public investments an education and infrastructure and job training at all sorts of things the oakland the promised when he came in office that pressure was was intense as well and they were lot of very conservative democrats on the hill who were fanatic about deficit reduction where the do below blue dog democrats own i used to cover congress is that going still a strong is it used to be not quite astonishing has to be better as the parties have both kind of move to their respective corners because the way that the primaries now are structured and jerry man during dictates that the primaries have become much more significant then the general action to most for most of these races of that means that the democrats have moved to the punitive left i mean the way we used to think about left and the republicans to the right but again that they're with me on this because i think that the way we think about american politics is going to shift traumatic late after twenty sixteen right and left become of last relevant than oh what you might call pop us to anti establishment up to listen vs politics he we we continue in this projection mid this project arena that we do i think we will i i mean most americans for example no longer believe in free trade now that's on the left and this on the right this is a brand new this is not something that the business side of the republican party ever thought would happen so why is that it's because that most people are worried about their jobs is free trade responsible for most of the job losses probably not it's probably technological train can take watchful just placement but the fact that matter is that because most americans are anxious and negative toward free trade other going to be some changes well our full our phone lines are full let's go to our first calling will begin and berkeley mario good morning you are on the air with rubber age.

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