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"purcell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:30 min | 4 months ago

"purcell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Me. Purcell every years ago on July 4th, um I wish I could remember. But if I told you I could, I'd be lying to you. I don't want to be like a politician. Okay. You also are running the Years ago. When how shocked and ran the anti policing in Central Park Central Park. Yes, I was here too. Okay before God bless you anyway, You said that Distance. Learning was okay from middle school and high school. Well, that really cute, but I work in the middle school and I can tell you most of those kids. Wouldn't even let your natural about like honor Still on school kids we're talking about regular kids. Hardly even go online. Don't do the work. And they'll be pushed. You know that goes on. Go ahead. But you know that he just helped the bench is not able to do that so well, they need a teacher there to take them. You can't do that again. That's why I'm saying there's such a diversity of opinion. Well, let's take a guy like Bill Gates, he says. Oh, the kid's elementary school. They've got to be in the brick and mortar school. Middle school high school they can take. Virtually everybody has an opinion on that. Let's go if we can tow, Adam was calling from Atlanta who has been kind enough to give us updates from the hot spot from time to time. Welcome to W A. B. C. Adam. A Curtis A jet that how you buy Adam? Ah, yeah. I just want to say that Twitter is kind of is showing their bias nous because the Ayatollah overran harmony. A couple of weeks ago called for the extermination of Israel in the Jews and they didn't take that down. They said it was political speech, so I just see a lot of bias nous there. I'm not part of Twitter. I think I'm just I think we have to kind of get clarity from Twitter as Teo, or at least the clarity that they have put out. There needs to be a little bit more ubiquitous and people need to understand. Because the political opinions seem to differ from their feeling about facts being thrown out about the pandemic. Now you're the big thing going on in Atlanta right now, because the school's opening up is Whether the Children should wear masks or not where mass. It's being left up to them. Thiss is the rundown.

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"purcell" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"purcell" Discussed on Defocus Media

"And what I can tell you about the people with US Laura's net. They have all the right intentions. They allowed an optometrist to sit at the highest level at what's called the leadership. Do Not only just the executive committee, but on the leadership team, and only seven people have the honor of being have see that that table s lower nj those are the two companies I can speak do Evanston thirteen years of one? It's the other. Really really want the input of. So let me just start bathrooms, and it just makes sense. If you're running a business, you better understand your custom. How's it going? Guys welcome back to another episode of the Twenty Twenty Podcast, bringing clarity to business, entrepreneurship and life, as always I am truly grateful for you taking the time to join me here to learn and to grow, and I have a very special episode. Today's episode is an interview with Dr. Howard Pursell, who is the president of the New England College of optometry? My Alma Mater his Alma Mater. In fact, he graduated from NETCO. NETCO in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and his father also graduated from NETCO thirty years earlier so a pretty strong history for the New England College Thomas Within doctor per cell here and Dr. Purcell has quite the background experience himself having worked with an industry with a couple of very big companies that I'm sure you've heard of as well as working in academia, and now of course being at the head of one of the main. Metric institutions in the country. I'm very very excited to have this conversation with Dr Pursell to ask him. A lot of different questions will hopefully diving. Into a couple of topics that are kind of near and dear to me, but also he's such fun energetic guy. I'm sure it's going to be an entertaining conversation overall so without hesitation. Let's jump right in our. Thank you, Dr for taking the time to join me here. I really appreciate it. I know you're busy guy. You're very much in demand. Once again I appreciate you spending the time with me here, my pleasure, so we'll start with some sort of kind of housekeeping or easier questions, things that actually personally I'm interested to know and I'm assuming if I'm asking. The question is other people out. There were probably interested as well and that is. Can you just find your role as the president and maybe compare that to other roles within the school? The Dean or other positions like that. So. That's the easy one. I think I'm in trouble. People, asking for it to you do not always easiest question asks knows look. You know what we have. Different ways set up Thomas schools around the country so just to start with the basics. Not Everybody's familiar with that. If you're part of a larger university, right then of the optometry school essentially runs the school. They have all the decision making capabilities, but they do report university present typically or a promos I'm and that's the majority. There are only the best of my knowledge three remaining independent private institutions. And those institutions which mine happens to be one of those the head of the controversial is the President I'm actually President CEO, only because out chief. Responsibilities for our clinical environments as well. In any case in our institution, we are the end of the road. There are no other you know. presidents any other any other provosts, etc, and I really liked that. because. If you look at an example just as one example where it could backfire on you, I nove wonderful institution I spent five years of my career. There I love those guys. They're great, but of course you know they had a little situation in which perhaps things were misunderstood about contribution was intended to be made to them, and there's where you get into a situation where the outcome to spokane thing one way the administration of. Of the university think another so I think when you look at big nature I like the idea personally for me. I prefer to live and die by my own decisions are all take the heat when it goes wrong and will celebrate when we have good things out, and so for me I like that environment now in our institution also have the a dean, but in in a private institution, the Dean is the have acted dynamic earth right they they have a leadership and decision making capabilities for the academic program I'm not an academic come from that world Ardine for example Eric Weissberg has been at the institutions. Institutions he graduated yet. Bring so much knowledge. He's been in so many different roles at the institution. I personally think for Dean that is the perfect profile they understand that been trenches, and he and I can have great discussions because I come from such different perspective than he does at our institution. We also have a associate deans, right source OC and could be up to clinical side house houses it examples are clinical faculty hassled. Who represents out so deans at a university setting you out? Your one dean runs the institution. The private institutions are at the end of the road, other than perhaps board of trustees of. Of people are really interested, I essentially report to the board of Trustees I. Think so they have issues. They do my review air. You know looking after you know. Fiduciary responsibilities at Satra happens to be I, was a member of trustees snack. Oh, so that has really worked in my favor in knowing the board and understanding what drives them? It's been very helpful so I hope that to some extent answers. Yeah, absolutely I to be honest. I had very little concept of where where the lines were drawn on that so and pretty familiar with Dr Weisberg. He was when I was at school at Oh. So. That's pretty cool here that he's the Dean I don't think I knew that already. He's been dead for about a year. Outstanding Job I just feel like you know. The Dean should bring out real experience of being in the trade. Etcetera and got that in such an incredibly positive way, and he's a great leader to so. At least Ross works in our institution absolutely well. You've already kind of alluded to this, but. You know your your background is is not so much academia. You mentioned, but you've done a bit of work in industry if I'm not mistaken with Jay, and with s slower more recently. And I was curious to see how that experience than is has informed or shaped your approach as the president of UNACADEMIC institute. A great question, I think obviously had huge impact on me. I answered by telling the quick story so at the very end of my interview the very last step of my interview. I have been called pretty much throughout the whole process. The Square peg in a round hole I'm not an academic. I don't come from world that spent five years of my career and acting I appreciate it, and we laughed and joked about it, but at the very end of the interview is my last interview with them. their final question to me. Was the Doctor Nicholas? You've been called the square peg around. Around off the edges of that's. All and let me. Not Answer I can tell by the day, but. LemMe admit I my very little pressure I was very happy in my job I would be happy to retire. S Laura continue their, but to be the president of my institution, which is something I couldn't pass up the opportunity anyway. My answer was if that's what you're looking for a mattress guy. And when I looked around the room, never calling my wind and saying hey, don't worry, we're not. Sealed the deal which nevertheless. I think helps to answer the question I. Come at it from a very different perspective, but I think at this point in time. It's not a bad thing. as I sit around the table with my colleagues had lasko in their amazing people. Most of them have spent their entire career in academia. I hope what I can bring is just different perspective. My time in industry allowed me to visit. Thousands of practices talk to thousands of practitioners. Try to understand as best I could the challenges and issues they were. Were facing enabled read onto to batter at leadership and management and holding different positions at different levels, but maybe most importantly I have to say and really.

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"purcell" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

Shares for Beginners

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"purcell" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

"Stock a single stock. You can buy a portion of stock. So for example Google has a share price of thousand something these days. You could either buy one stock using regular training at which is a thousand bucks or using these fractional investing APPs. You can invest as little as a dollar. Or two dollars worth. One thousand of a share. So there's APPs like steak. Toro are the two that come to mind the two big ones in Australia so instead you can invest as little as ten dollars. A Toro's as little as fifty dollars I believe. And then there's interactive brokers the other one I can think of which allows you to invest as little as a few cents. To a stock. I. Just one thing is that these fractional investing apps only allow you to invest in stocks. So, they don't allow you buy Australian shares. Fractional investing very big in the states, not yet as far as I know allowed in Australia can't do the salient stocks but yeah if you were looking at, you're kind of. Interested in investing smaller amounts, and hsieh's just to say how it happens, you know. Dulles? I can't see how that would be worth it, but it could be fun you know then you could look at fractional investing APPs to. Play around with that in the show notes as well. That's great. I calmly thank you very much for joining us and explaining much about this. It's been a pleasure. If anyone thanks so much fill, it was great to.

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"purcell" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

Shares for Beginners

07:06 min | 5 months ago

"purcell" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

"Really fun, so you want to go shopping at Myers if you do it through the APP at invest something around one or two percent of what you've spent into Europe into your fund, which is really cool. And how much do you need to start initially? Five dollars an invest five dollars says you're spending your money. It'll collect your change. And then every five dollar amount that collects it invests into the portfolio, and there's a rewards program as well. That's the shopping feature. Roads Program. Fiji Yeah, so if you go and shop somewhere, the retailer will add some extra money to your account. Yeah, the rewards feature is through the. APP itself so when you click through and click onto the rewards, it gives you a list of shops as a couple of hundred now. Can't remember, but there's a lot of very mainstream shops that you can use to get the reward. You have to do it through the APP. And that's. One to two percent. It shows you how much you're. You're actually. GonNa be getting. If you shop outside of that, just regulate. It doesn't give you the rewards you have to do it through the APP. And what are the fees? The phase two dollars fifty per month. That's up to the amount of ten thousand dollars. If you have more than ten thousand dollars in your account, then you're charged zero point two seven five percent per annum. Is listed on the stock market as well, isn't it? It is. Even invested in. Stocks and rose if you like if you're that bullish about it. Not that we recommend anything on this podcast. So with raise. They give you a variety of portfolios based on the risk that you're prepared to take the case, isn't it? Yeah, that's right. Yeah, the seven, so there's. Conservative because moderately conservative moderate goes up too aggressive, and then there's a new one. It's called the Sapphire, which is, it's the I guess, the most aggressive and the highest risk one has some bitcoin allocation. Yeah I switched because I. Thought it was cute. Yes, so. It's kind of up to you. The conservative one is the lowest risk option. And then you go up to the aggressive portfolio, which is the highest risk. But more likely to give you a bigger return in the long run. Is the idea behind an all the money's invested in ATF's already of retail, the seven ATF's and so h portfolio is just a different allocation to ATF. So there's a probably the higher risk and would a. An Asia I think an agent. Asian company ATF that's considered by them to be a higher risk, one and so the aggressive fund. There's a higher allocation to that ATF lower allocation to the less risky options which would be the bond. ATF's okay. Let's move onto spaceship. Then tell us about spaceship. Yeah, great spaceship is probably the most simplest. Of the APPS that we're discussing today. It has two different funds to choose from. There's the spatial index portfolio and the spaceship universe portfolio and the APP. Itself is quite simple as well. This one is a little bit different because it doesn't invest your money into ATF's actually has a portfolio of stocks. And there are a mix of US stocks and Australian stocks, and you can start investing from as little as a dollar. And similar to raise, you can add more money as you like. So for rise collects your spare change and invests it, but it also allows you to add more money. With spaceship, it's a similar sort of set up. You can have regular payments, and then you can set up regular payments. Think! It's a weekly. Or monthly the options, or you can add extra mountains you like. If you've got a spare one thousand dollars cash, you can invest that, too, so it's only two funds that they've got in its voyager found in the index fund, isn't it? Yeah, THAT'S A. and. What are the fees for this? This is the cheapest of the APPs it's zero dollars. If you have a fund of less than five thousand dollars, if you have less than five thousand dollars in your account, and then it's up to one percent over five thousand dollars. So it's insanely cheap, honestly I don't know how they do it. And the risk profile would be slightly different to raise then the risk would be probably higher. I can't really judge on that. Completely, but yes I'd certainly say it'd be. One hundred percent Australian shares and US sheds. which is quite bullish type of portfolio? That's no bonds and their Mike. You get with raise. Yes I'd say I'd say comparing the two spatial. It would be a slightly more aggressive will quite a bit more aggressive. It would probably be these two options and spaceship would probably be. The aggressive portfolios that you'd get raise. I've got quite a few ticky companies in there, haven't they? Yeah, they do. That's right. The Nasdaq stocks. That's facebook net flix. Yeah, what what's facing? The stocks are facebook, Apple Amazon Netflix and Google, so the big tech stocks that have done so well over the last decade and a decade ago. They might have been. Considered riskiest stocks. Basically household names very low, pretty low risk stocks and the end of the day. As, we speak to of course the the Nasdaq's hit all time highs again, hasn't it? Packer so now we're going into the more serious end of the micro investing APPs, we're GONNA talk about COMSEC pocket, okay, komsic pocket, that's slightly different conceptually to the other ones, even though it's still up his knit, it is I. Call Concept, pocket, micro investment APP, but not everyone does actually it's kind of more like many share trading up. Because instead of investing your money into a portfolio ATF's. Fonda videos and fund within a fund. Allows you to buy ATF units directly. So that similar to what share trading APPs allow you to do? Accept that you can invest a much smaller amount than you typically would. If you invest in an ATF normally through a regular APP, there's a minimum five hundred dollars and when you first invest. Wisconsin five hundred five hundred dollars worth of investment. That's right, yeah! When, you're investing through, COMSEC pocket allows you to invest fifty dollars at a time as little as fifty dollars at a time I should say not all of the ATF that they. Offer have as a small amount basically allows you to buy individual units. So. A single unit costs eighty dollars than the minimum is still eighty dollars, just rummy through that again. The minimum amount to investigate the minimum amount is fifty dollars that there are some eight years worth seventy dollars eighty dollars. So in that case in that case, the minimum is is seventy dollars or eighty dollars depends on the ATF price itself. I say campaign just a slice of a single here. You can buy single. But not a slice.

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Dallas - Fort Worth Officer Matthew Brazeal Who Was Struck And Dragged Is Out Of ICU

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Dallas - Fort Worth Officer Matthew Brazeal Who Was Struck And Dragged Is Out Of ICU

"Even though his road to recovery is a long one the fort worth police officer critically injured during a pursuit earlier this month he is making progress K. R. LD is Andrew Greenstein has has more more from from a a fund fund raiser raiser in in north north fort fort worth worth high high rise rise really really show show on on our our family family a a lot lot of of support support that's that's juror juror Brazil Brazil the the brother brother of of fort fort worth worth police police officer officer Matt Matt Purcell Purcell expressing expressing his his gratitude gratitude to to the the people people who who showed showed up up at at cafe cafe Republic Republic to to help help him him out out Jared Jared says says his his brother brother is is out out of of the the ICU and is making progress as of yesterday he was able to eat solid foods finally for the first time he's just come miles from where he was when he was careful along with twenty to twenty five percent but sales to macroscale cafe Republic was also selling T. shirts and was holding a silent auction in north fort worth he drew Greenstein newsradio ten eighty KRLD

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Chicago's Cook County sheriff wins partial appeal victory over COVID-19 order covering jail conditions

Matt Bubala

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago's Cook County sheriff wins partial appeal victory over COVID-19 order covering jail conditions

"A federal appeals court has handed a partial victory to a cook county sheriff Tom dart in a lawsuit filed by Northwestern University means the sheriff can ignore at least part of a preliminary court ruling in a lawsuit that accused him of failing to stop spread of the corona virus at cook county jail the suit in part tried to block the sheriff from housing more than one inmate Purcell currently twenty seven inmates are infected it's been several weeks since a covert related death at the jail as of today that number stood at seven potentialities

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A Panel on Parcel JS

Front End Happy Hour

04:40 min | 6 months ago

A Panel on Parcel JS

"Who would like to describe what parcel is can take that one so. Is. A bundler cheers cheers. Suppose cheers, anyway. So, parcel takes in. All your code and kind of walks through it and builds up a whole graph of dependencies, and then spits out a set of smaller files or larger files, containing more more more files More original files and and then you ship that to an end user so you start out with modules. That's your source code, and in the end you end up with kind of an optimized. Bundle for production that you can ship to end users that's kind of going to load faster than done the original source code, so that's kind of the overall picture of what like bundling as feel like. You've described purcell before. Yeah a couple of times. What are some examples of web applications that are bundling? And why would they want to bundle? I think you alluded a little bit to making smaller packages, cheers! But y else you might have source code that might not directly in the browser might use things like type script or Kind of future Java script that isn't quite implemented across all the browsers yet. So that's another reason why a lot of build tooling exists out there in general. So I don't know kind of parcel. Parcel is a bit more opinionated. I suppose than some other tools out there and not it gives you more more of this out of the box. and so it kind of ties together a lot of those tools that you'd normally use. To build things into kind of more unified experience. And so so that's kind of another reason why it use it to elect is just to help you build applications quicker. Any examples of web applications that you are all aware of maybe it's not even parcel but. I mean a lot of the. That we're all working on, are using some form of online I almost one say the keyword there, but chose not I mean these days. It's kind of hard to find application that isn't bundled I guess In, the beginning there were no modules in in Java script at all, so you just had kind of scripts and everything was running in the global scope, so was kind of chaos. Right and I. Don't know if you all remember things like require s or amd or these kind of early types of. Module systems that people people built and or or just like kind of cat or just carefully arranging your script tags together to to build buildings together so. kind of. came out of that to try to make things both faster and an easier to use so the first kind of module system that was really widely used in terms of bundling was kind of common j, s which was. Created in the node ecosystem, so on the server side almost but people brought this to the browser through things like browser. So Browser Fi was kind of a very early bundler that it took this this common Jaaz syntax that people were using to create modules that were kind of well scoped to file boundaries, so variables weren't leaking outside of the scope and all that stuff. So you could, you could build more modular. I mean module applications so. so browser Fi-. was one of these early bundlers that put put these things together for the browser, so it emulated the. Module System but but bundled everything up into a single file that ran in the web browser. And these days we have like a native module system built into web browsers. It's the US module system that came out in twenty fifteen. Yes, Twenty fifteen SPEC. And like people were finally able to start Mike writing modules in a way that's actually specified as part of the language, and this gives us kind of lots of different benefits including you know better. Since, it's built into the language. It's easier to analyze. Ahead of time at bill time and all that so I think we'll probably get into some benefits that later on, but. Kind of just an overview of kind of history of. Module Systems

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Sen. Burr will step down as intelligence chairman amid a probe into stock trades

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Sen. Burr will step down as intelligence chairman amid a probe into stock trades

"Remember the politicians who made those stock trades right before the public was told about the emerging virus senator Richard Burr is now target CBS news has confirmed that FBI agents seized a cellphone as part of an apparent broadening investigation of stock trades were made in mid February for as chairman of the Senate intelligence committee the US justice department is trying to determine whether Burr benefited from illegal insider information CBS's Jim Purcell with that report on senator Richard Burr a Republican from North

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Supreme Court wraps up remote arguments with Electoral College cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Supreme Court wraps up remote arguments with Electoral College cases

"News the Supreme Court has heard arguments over whether so called faithless electors should be bound to vote for their party's presidential winner the question whether members of the electoral college must cast ballots for the winner of the state's popular vote for president or whether they can make their own choice the plaintiffs in the combined cases say electors can change votes but Washington state Solicitor General Noah Purcell says no if the condition is constitutional then the condition can be enforced states want to have the matter settled before November justice Brett Kavanaugh says the courts due to but we have to look forward I am just being realistic judges are gonna worry about chaos a ruling on the matter is expected before the

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Days later, Philadelphia woman with COVID-19 yet to receive plasma

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 7 months ago

Days later, Philadelphia woman with COVID-19 yet to receive plasma

"The son of a Philadelphia woman says the red cross has been slow to respond to a doctor's order of possible lifesaving plasma as his mother battles prove it nineteen years K. Y. W.'s Kristin Joe Hanson the reddit results he went into the hospital more than ten days ago and has been on a ventilator ever since says her son Rick Purcell ski all her other numbers her heart rate her blood pressure they're all good the oxygen normal people oxygenate in the upper nineties ninety five two hundred she's only at eighty percent right now so so she's really hanging in there right now he says the doctor's order the seventy six year old get a transfusion of plasma with antibodies from someone who's recovered from the virus and they've been calling the red cross for the plasma since Friday night as the chief medical officer at the hospital nor the infectious disease had there can get in touch with anybody at the red cross to find out exactly where to invest says he now just has to sit and wait hoping and praying the plasma will come it would give me a chance to save my mom my dad has been gone thirty one years he died when I was twelve years old so it's been just my mom and I I'm an only child and we've been there for each other we have four for each other a spokesman for the red cross says they're now trying to get the patient the plasma she needs Kristen Johanson KYW newsradio

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"purcell" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:58 min | 8 months ago

"purcell" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"When Purcell a animal welfare action and other organizations are working to sort of influence Congress about the legislation your just mentioned but if there is I mean this could be a rare instance where there is actual bipartisanship sounds like it absolutely we all are connected animals you know two thirds of American households have pets George wildlife watching is an eighty billion dollar industry in the United States it's rare to find a person who says it's okay to be cruel to animals in fact most of the prohibitions on malicious animal cruelty date back to the nineteenth century even preceding the formation of the first animal welfare groups so that really tells me that we had a sort of moral intuition that animal cruelty was wrong that was the basic for us that was the humanizing and we now know from the sociological literature that people who exhibit terrible you know spasms of cruelty against people are ones that we should fear in our society the F. B. I.'s profile of the serial killer includes animal cruelty as an activity in their childhood and we know that in in so many cases that people who are guilty of domestic violence they often threaten the animal and then a child and then a spouse so with all tangled together if you don't have empathy for others and it's a small leap from being cruel to an animal to be cruel to a person the last time you were here and and subsequent times I eat we've talked about those businesses those companies that have cruelty built into the business model and you and other organizations have made great progress in calling attention calling them out the circuses for example a sea world of black fish that film that came out are examples of that but you've also made progress with some of the big giant food companies are that maybe we can talk about that and then get into factory farms yes well I wrote a book in twenty sixteen Harper Collins called the humane economy and the thesis is that businesses that are being good to animals that are that are exercising animal cruelty and anti environmental practices from their operations from their supply chains from the research and develop products is are the ones that are reducing risk in the reducing the risk of being targeted by protesters the subject of lawsuits and by also eliminating terrible practices they also connect with this emerging base of consumers who are more alert to these issues and we've seen it as you said C. world is a great example with the the mistreatment of the orcas the public after seeing black fish and incredible documentary just a few years ago they stopped going to sea world and that was a crisis for the company the company had to do something I actually negotiated a deal with the world and they said no more you know workers in theatrics certainly no more capture of wild orcas they said they were going to help with shark finning and trying to stop that that was an example of a company that really understood that the the mistreatment of animals with a threat to its future and we're seeing that with so many other companies are seeing this with further big fashion companies are Monty and dozens of others has now forsworn further and said Hey we can have beautiful garments and and and products that we wear without killing for bring animals to adorn ourselves that has now become the mainstream position even in the most high end fashion companies and that is an incredible change circuses eva Ringling brothers was the was the biggest name in circuses it was a it was a big brand in the United States and because of the concern about the mistreatment of elephants the use of bull hooks to strike them with to have them travel going around the country three days in Detroit three days in Chicago three days in Milwaukee and to be in you know on chains for twenty two or twenty three hours a day where they can you know barely take a step or two people said this is no way to treat these highly intelligent sociable animals and Ringling brothers went out of business you know just a few years ago and other animal based circuses are following suit so the humane economy is not just some abstraction it's a real principle and that companies that herd animals as part of their normal operations are really courting disaster and I work with an investment adviser called corner loop capital this is one of the first investment advisors is building its strategies for people to invest in companies around those companies that are doing best on animal welfare people should check it out it's carbon capital dot com and if you want to invest here's the way that you can you can invest and also kind of reflect your values and sensibilities about animal welfare picking companies that are leaders on animal welfare we talked about some of the successes and and the rare examples of bipartisanship on some animal issues where you run into that brick wall is on factory farms a lot of elected representatives from farming states from ranching states I dig in their heels when animal welfare groups start coming for beef or pigs and demanding action on those fronts but let's talk about what you find in factory farms there's a there's a big push in some of these states for ag gag laws where it makes it a crime they make it a crime to get video or to infiltrate these these operations to show the public what goes on in there but if people could see when they have see what goes on there it changes their behavior it really does that mean you know factory farming or the industrial production of animals was not conceived the some sort of diabolical plot to immobilize animals in overcrowded meant to deny them their most basic instincts to move around and to have normal social interactions it was really an attempt at efficiency and of course if you look historically at the United States and and our history and if you look really throughout human history salmon was a big concern I mean now we're concerned about playing with the coronavirus which was a long standing historical concern with most of those plagues derived from do not act diseases the black plague of course was thought to started in rats and and in the Middle Ages it was it was a huge thing but salmon was a big part of the human experience and we had the Great Depression in in the nineteen thirties after the stock market crash of nineteen twenty nine and food insecurity became a big issue for the United States so we really decided we were not going to be food insecure and you can draw a straight line from that sort of government thinking to the emergence of factory farming some decades later in fact reforms basically new concentrated animal S. and large windowless buildings especially for broiler birds which for the meat chickens for laying hens the the the bird to lay eggs and for pigs and I've been to factory farms have been to all of those types of factory farms and it's incredible if you go to an egg laying hen complex there maybe two or three hundred thousand birds in a single building there maybe ten or twelve or fifteen or even twenty buildings millions of birds concentrated in these in these places and their hands are in small cages and the cages are lined up side by side sometimes as long as a football field and six three birds in a cage about the size of a bread box each bird has about sixty seven square inches of space under the industry standard that's two thirds the size of an eight and a half by eleven sheet of paper they can barely move their crowded shoulder to shoulder they can not even extend their wings and this is become the customary practice in the laying hen industry the same sort of confinement you seen the pig industry and to a slightly lesser degree but also extreme confinement in the broiler bird industry this is awful from an animal welfare perspective and it's awful from a public health perspective from a waste management perspective because you're aggregating hundreds of thousands or millions of animals in a small place in words that waste go you look at these North Carolina hog farms in the back of these operations these complexes you have these massive lagoons they're just the waste this is the fecal matter in the urine from these animals that spills out into our waterways to provide the error it degrades property values in the the the region around these these areas on every level factory farms you know which again I think had the right motivation which was food security but turned out to be something that it was horrid for animal welfare for environment protection public health and we're now starting to see that we've got to have a different food production system and we can't do this sort of thing to the annals and concentrate them in these ways ag gag laws you know couple states maybe maybe I don't know how many of them have passed these things now but the idea that the state can say you can't take video of this not me as a news guy that just runs contrary to what I believe the first amendment stands for but they're they're really aiming it at you and people like you and organizations like yours that infiltrate these things and and show the video tool horrified public right I mean they these these laws can't possibly stand constitutional test when they get the court right and many of them have been overturned Idaho's ag gag statute Utah's agtech statute campuses Missouri's many of them have been in court thus far all of them have recently been turned around and and invalidated and you know George you said that you mean your your and an incredible television journalist is as well as being a radio host and you the images are are important in telling a story if you want to talk about agriculture and specifically animal agriculture you've got to show the conditions in which the animal to raise because we're so deeply disconnected from our food supply you know what lands in a supermarket and a cellophane package you just see a little part of the animal you don't see the whole animal you don't see the conditions of here she lived in you don't see you know you don't learn how long they live what you mutilation practices they were subjected to what kind of transportation you know conduit they they were moved to the slaughter house too you don't see what happens in the farmhouse we were telling the story you know when I talked earlier in the show about Downer cows we did an undercover investigation the show these poor Derry cal's who were spent after about three years of production were the average industrial their account each year produces twenty seven thousand pounds of milk one animal produces twenty seven thousand pounds of milk after three or four years they're spent and those very callous which we you know we think that it's innocuous to take the milk from these cows will about three or four years if they're if they're producing these kinds of deals it turned into a low grade you know ground beef products and that's what this plant in San Bernadino county was doing dragging the spore counts into the floor house and that was a threat to our public health because that was an indicator potentially of mad cow disease and other do not activities that we should be concerned about so those images were instrumental in stopping the abuse of these down accounts and these images have now propelled our efforts to promote cage free living environments for hands to stop the use of confinement crates for pigs which recall just station creates these poor mother pigs they're in a crate that's just two feet wide by about six or seven feet long they're immobilized for three or four years basically the duration of their short brutal life therefore usual they can't move I mean are we that mice early that we can't even give an animal who is giving up his or her life for food we can't even allow them the basic behavioral necessity of moving around I think it's it's awful and we need to be thinking about factory farming and now we have an incredible array of other products in the market place that we can choose and we can really move the market and the direction of more humane and sustainable agriculture and.

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"purcell" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

12:26 min | 8 months ago

"purcell" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"When Purcell a animal welfare action and other organizations are working to sort of influence Congress about the legislation your just mentioned but if there is I mean this could be a rare instance where there is actual bipartisanship sounds like it absolutely we all are connected animal CO two thirds of American households have pets George wildlife watching is an eighty billion dollar industry in the United States it's rare to find a person who says it's okay to be cruel to animals in fact most of the prohibitions on malicious animal cruelty date back to the nineteenth century even preceding the formation of the first animal welfare groups so that really tells me that we had a sort of moral intuition that animal cruelty was wrong that was debasing for us that was the humanizing and we now know from the sociological literature that people who exhibit terrible you know spasms of cruelty against people are ones that we should fear in our society the F. B. I.'s profile of the serial killer includes animal cruelty as an activity in their childhood and we know that in in so many cases that people who are guilty of domestic violence they often threaten the animal and then a child and then a spouse so with all tangled together if you don't have empathy for others and it's a small leap from being cruel to an animal to be cruel to a person the last time you were here and and subsequent times I eat we've talked about those businesses those companies that have cruelty built into the business model and you and other organizations have made great progress in calling attention calling them out the circuses for example a sea world of black fish that film that came out are examples of that but you've also made progress with some of the big giant food companies are that maybe we can talk about that and then get into factory farms yes well I wrote a book in twenty sixteen Harper Collins called the humane economy and the thesis is that businesses that are being good to animals that are that are exercising animal cruelty and anti internal practices from their operations from their supply chains from the research and develop products is are the ones that are reducing risk in the reducing the risk of being targeted by protesters the subject of lawsuits and by also eliminating terrible practices they also connect with this emerging base of consumers or more alert to these issues and we've seen it as you said C. world is a great example with the the mistreatment of the orcas the public after seeing black fish and incredible documentary just a few years ago they stopped going to sea world and that was a crisis for the company the company had to do something I actually negotiated a deal with the world and they said no more you know workers in theatrics certainly no more capture of wild orcas they said they were going to help with shark finning and trying to stop that that was an example of a company that really understood that the the mistreatment of animals with a threat to its future and we're seeing that with so many other companies are seeing this with further big fashion companies are Monty and dozens of others has now forsworn further and said Hey we can have beautiful garments and and and products that we wear without killing for burning animals to adorn ourselves that has now become the mainstream position even in the most high end fashion companies and that is an incredible change circuses in Ringling brothers was it was the biggest name in circuses it was a it was a big brand in the United States and because of the concern about the mistreatment of elephants the use of bull hooks to strike them with to have them travel we run the country's three days in Detroit three days in Chicago three days in Milwaukee and to be in you know on chains for twenty two or twenty three hours a day where they can you know barely take a step or two people said this is no way to treat these highly intelligent sociable animals and Ringling brothers went out of business you have just a few years ago and other animal based services are following suit so the humane economy is not just some abstraction it's a real principle and that companies that hurt animals as part of their normal operations are really courting disaster and I work with an investment adviser called corner loop capital this is one of the first investment advisors it's building its strategies for people to invest in companies around those companies that are doing best on animal welfare people should check it out it's carbon capital dot com and if you want to invest here's the way that you can you can invest and also kind of reflect your values and sensibilities about animal welfare picking companies that are leaders on animal welfare we talked about some of the successes and and a rare examples of bipartisanship on some animal issues where you run into that brick wall is on factory farms a lot of elected representatives from farming states from ranching states I dig in their heels when animal welfare groups start coming for beef or pigs and demanding action on those fronts but let's talk about what you find in factory farms there's a there's a big push in some of these states were ag gag laws where it makes it a crime they make it a crime to get video or to infiltrate these these operations to show the public what goes on in there but if people could see when they have see what goes on there it changes their behavior it really does that mean you know factory farming or the industrial production of animals was not conceived this some sort of diabolical plot to immobilize animals in overcrowded and then to deny them their most basic instincts to move around and have normal social interactions it was really an attempt at efficiency and of course if you look historically at the United States and and our history if you look at really throughout human history salmon was a big concern I mean now we're concerned about playing with the coronavirus which was a long standing historical concern with most of those plagues derived from do not act diseases the black plague of course was thought to have started in rats and and in the Middle Ages it was it was a huge thing but salmon was a big part of the human experience and we had the Great Depression in in the nineteen thirties after the stock market crash of nineteen twenty nine and food insecurity became a big issue for the United States so we really decided we were not going to be food insecure and you can draw a straight line from that sort of government thinking to the emergence of factory farming some decades later in fact reforms basically new concentrated animal S. and large windowless buildings especially for broiler birds which for the meat chickens for laying hens the the the bird to lay eggs and for pigs and I've been the factory farms have been to all of those types of factory farms and it's incredible if you go to an egg laying hens complex there maybe two or three hundred thousand birds in a single building there maybe ten or twelve or fifteen or even twenty buildings millions of birds concentrated in these in these places in the hands are in small cages and the cages are lined up side by side sometimes as long as a football field and six three birds in a cage about the size of a bread box each bird has about sixty seven square inches of space under the industry standard that's two thirds the size of an eight and a half by eleven sheet of paper they can barely move their crowded shoulder to shoulder they can not even extend their wings and this is become the customary practice in the laying hen industry the same sort of confinement you seen the pig industry and to a slightly lesser degree but also extreme confinement in the broiler bird industry this is awful from an animal welfare perspective and it's awful from a public health perspective from a waste management perspective because you're aggregating hundreds of thousands of millions of animals in a small place in words that we schedule you look at these North Carolina hog farms in the back of these operations these complexes you have these massive lagoons they're just a waste this is the fecal matter in the urine from these animals that spills out into our waterways future flights the error it degrades property values in the the the region around these these areas on every level factory farms you know which again I think had the right motivation which was food security but turned out to be something it was horrid for animal welfare for environment protection public health and we're now starting to see that we've got to have a different food production system and we can't do this sort of thing to the annals and concentrate them in these ways ag gag laws you know couple states maybe maybe I don't know how many of them have passed these things now but the idea that the state can say you can't take video of this me as a news guy that just runs contrary to what I believe the first amendment stands for but they're they're really aiming it at you and people like you and organizations like yours that infiltrate these things and and show the video to a horrified public right I mean they these these laws can't possibly stand constitutional test when they get to court right and many of them have been overturned Idaho's ag gag statute Utah's ag gag statute campuses Missouri's many of them have been in court thus far all of them have recently been turned around and and invalidated and you know George you said that you mean your your and an incredible television journalist is as well as being a radio host and you the images are are important in telling a story if you want to talk about agriculture and specifically animal agriculture you've got to show the conditions in which the animals a raise because we're so deeply disconnected from our food supply you know what lands in a supermarket it's in a cellophane package you just see a little part of the animal you don't see the whole animal you don't see the conditions of here she lived in you don't see you know you don't learn how long they live what you mutilation practices they were subjected to what kind of transportation you know conduit they they were moved to the slaughter house too you don't see what happens in the farmhouse we were telling the story you know when I talked earlier in the show about Downer's callous we did an undercover investigation the show these poor Derry cal's who were spent after about three years of production were the average industrial their account each year produces twenty seven thousand pounds of milk one animal produces twenty seven thousand pounds of milk after three or four years there Spence and those very callous which we you know we think that it's innocuous to take the milk from these cows will about three or four years if they're if they're producing these kinds of deals it turned into a low grade you know ground beef products and that's what this plant in San Bernadino county was doing dragging the spore counts into the floor house and that was a threat to our public health because that was an indicator potentially of mad cow disease and other do not activities that we should be concerned about so those images were instrumental in stopping the abuse of these down accounts and these images of now propelled our efforts to promote cage free living environments for hands to stop the use of confinement crates for pigs which are colleges station creates these poor mother pigs they're in a crate that's just two feet wide by about six or seven feet long they're immobilized for three or four years basically the duration of their.

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Biden and Sanders battle for Michigan

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Biden and Sanders battle for Michigan

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Mets’ strategy for handling teammates stuck in Astros mess, Rick Porcello will start split-squad League opener

Jody McDonald

12:16 min | 10 months ago

Mets’ strategy for handling teammates stuck in Astros mess, Rick Porcello will start split-squad League opener

"We'll start with the match his slash Astros because everything these days is slash Astros they have two players on the roster who were members of the Astros in two thousand seventeen Katie Davis and Jake Marie's neck that have any of the mad to have no associated with the Astros had any issues problems conversations that went past what would be just regular spring training conversations with any of the former master players why are you are you honestly don't think so none to my knowledge and by over in the thing you know both guys or rather easy to get along with that Judy Davis injector respect primers Nick is new everyone knows G. D. but they apologize for their trains so you know their transgressions and I I think at least I was told anyway the Davis took some convincing as a matter of fact because I'm not quite sure why but you know he's younger and then maybe a little more stubborn I'm not sure but Bresnik it was deal with it out pretty well I I I thought he owned it pretty well when he it is a little active contrition shall we say no you just that I I I should know better you know by any chance I could stop that I didn't and by should know better old enough or he was there for a couple years came up in twenty thirteen majority traded so he you know was where our baseball Davis was the guy who got them on August the so I guess you can give them a little bit for you know not stepping internal blowing a whistle but yeah both guys I I thought handled it okay and if they haven't had any problems with the teammates really that's good to hear I if more is next association with the Astros is in the past what is his role on this team this year can it be is much is starting a hundred and thirty five hundred forty games and becoming if not the everyday center fielder more often than not is he going to be a guy who bounces around a couple of things how much is it state here in spring training for a guy like Jake Marie thank you know I mean I I think he made quite easy and so more like a hundred and twenty or a hundred and thirty games but that would be a lot as a defense a replacement I think a you know again if he hits mac you know and certainly better than he has your one thing to work against Peru's nectar made him stand out of twenty seventeen was I was this is best offense of season and especially at hold in Houston at minute maid park so the lord I DO you really hasn't been on an offense of contributor y'all note on the land and you know that evil ones and then outstanding season so he's he's got a great love and I I think you're you're you're probably looking at you know he won like ours hi but I think Boris Nick is yeah maybe on that level work be currently in center field running out the opposition but I'm not sure how many games he's gonna start you will get some playing time now these are the question was Ross been pretty open about you're trying to move people around eight beers Purcell's possible and he really at the for the one of the res hasn't even subdivisions book I think you know were a few people are going to be quiet before as they got the call up the calc chop out his time as it goes along fair enough and if we start with the agreement that check Marie think is the best defense in center fielder on his team how would you describe and yeah we I see him playing campaign we've seen him play elsewhere with as you mention traded for Florida into Houston we've got a good grasp on his defense we should have a good grasp on Nemo's defense how would you describe the drop off from Marie's Nectanebo defensively in center field Greg this thing you know I I I haven't seen in a more realistic here I I have seen them there in years past the mad I think he's outstanding rob wall full of boiling though noble is his okay I'd say it's slightly above average and Bruce Nick I think is is an excellent I I guess I would rate him excellent so why you know it's not a severe drop off but I I think there is a drop but only as a question about that all right so here you would be my question and we're we're moving through this in stages of memo is slightly above average your average whatever you are calm and whoever the Mets have been laughed and that could be a couple of different individuals over the course of the season depending on health and coming back and everything I Marie's Nick go into center field NMO golden laughter will Marie's nature's colder left field if he's going to be used as a defense replacement would you suggest and I kind of agree with how does that move the pieces around the chess board your question I think you'll want depends on who is in one appeal but it you know even if you just take the combination of sense but the slash you need Davis I think there will be defensible placement school war and that probably means memo shifting over there are bursting playing center field you know I I again I I I don't know how to search for this experiment here is gonna work out I'm not even sure is going to be on the opening day roster sure he feels he's gonna be there but yeah we'll see as we move along in the spring but either way I think you're probably limited there and again I haven't seen since this play the outfield yeah that's the big question to me down here I think you can hit well you're always here but the problem is you know what's going to be like in the field what's going to be like over the course of an entire baseball season so if you put those two out there I think you're probably going to see their own membership numbers that concern or problem with any company with his son a fan hi dad says finance in the clubhouse you may gin sets medicine the book out of box and present a field says recent club out I'd gotten into a couple debate with friends here the last couple of days who said doesn't bother them one iota it won't affect it to test what is it and talking to the media and I said I beg to differ because there's going to come the night where he doesn't hit and another guy on the team strikes out twice and leaves warmer but runners in scoring for the and everyone is going to flock to that guy and you're gonna have there it's all the tough questions investments are going to sit there with his over three went to try to get out and be defense of regal place that nobody got dog alarm how is that going to play in the clubhouse our guys going to get a annoyed if they get more scrutiny because that's what it says I'm not taking any yeah I think that's always a always a problem on and I think it wears overtime on other guys when we say there's any time there's been an open three with two strikeouts with systems we've never talked to him okay the only time we ever do to our dorm is when he's at an outstanding game it's what he brings to talk to our school but I don't really care if I don't talk to you and it's us for the full year I don't really care well I don't sleep so it didn't surprise me the other day when you said no of the way he did it kind of surprised me honestly after two years away but you didn't shock me because I've seen that before you know he's temperamental let's put it that way and you might say brother Donald no it doesn't matter one of whatever you want to call on that's just the way he is I do think over time that those where on the other guys will walk if they have to answer for him or they have the answer questions one night when they might not necessarily do it but they have to because he will talk so yeah like I do think it becomes a problem over time you know water and individual basis probably not because he hasn't done that Eric what that's we only talk to many of these star outing yeah okay met sedans today that down split squad Saturday when they open up actual spring training games they report Psellos going to give the home game and there is a significant step dad because dad games going to be on TV back here in the New York market anything to read into that day he just show up at camp earlier or is he actually in a bold plan been more impressive and that's why he's getting a first start what we make up for sale getting the spring opening home start no no it's hard to really you because it took us a couple of days to actually get out of Louise ROZ who's going to start this weekend at the it's one thing that a little bit peculiar but we've you know kind of giving him some role so to speak and then given him love some leeway because he's no you're usually yeah we ask you know say Monday or Tuesday you know who's gonna start this weekend or what's what's the line up for the weekend and you know we got to get an answer as to who it is we're we're told today was going to be you know of course all of the whole store I don't make a heck of a lot of the you know he's he's been hearing the phone a couple of old friends already has phase no live BP most of the pitchers have at this point but he was one of the first guys to do it so I think he's just off at that point in time and I I have no idea what they were because I'm not into figuring it had exactly where he's going to face you know those spot in the rotation come opening day I think it's way too early for that so you know I I think it's just one of those things that he's ready to go they're gonna give me the ball and see what it can do last one and I know will day you can get that worked out and you get to see some of you all could see others so I'm not going to ask you to handicap how he's look throwing so far what's Edwin D. as is added to like so far it's been great I I really do and and he does look good the rolling as well to it it was kind of interesting the other day that he was you know asking jurors were certain pictures of a certain pitches that that he threw war will landing on what they saw yes job Lowry barriers portal that as well too so you know he's he's paying attention to detail down here I think you you're probably looking at a kid who came to camp last year and got himself ready but made the difference this year and getting himself ready before camp and now he's ready to go here and has a lot to prove did a lot in the off season Pedro Martinez helped a lot I think that helps as well I think it's confidence is then restored a little bit Louise Ross worked on that a lot and so has Jeremy Hefner too I think he realizes how important he is to what they want to do and I think everybody else realizes swelled to if you have a B. as of the end the games to save games and not give up fifteen home runs in the ninth inning like you did last year it's going to be active with different season that you can you know pretty much put together what you did last year offense of wood so I I think that there's a big difference to be in the house and then I guess the biggest thing mac would be yeah always confidence judges think he feels he's going to get back to where he was in twenty eighteen as opposed to last year and that's a real good sign I'm not saying he's going to get the D. seven states but I don't think you're going to see a repeat of last year at least I hope not because I want to go through that again the I. N. C. yeah you may ever yeah I'm the planet and would good stops thank you very much she we will talk again

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Boston: The Friends of Salem Public Library launch operation Poseidon Fountain

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Boston: The Friends of Salem Public Library launch operation Poseidon Fountain

"The Salem public libraries libraries raising raising money money to to restore restore its its a a Greek Greek god god Poseidon Poseidon leases leases general general hostels hostels as as a a brass brass fountain fountain made made in in the the eighteen eighteen hundreds hundreds is is at at risk risk of of being being lost lost to to history history down down to to the the Salem Salem public library you'll notice well looks like a giant white tee pee that's not what it is rather it's a covering protecting a cast iron sounds in made in the eighteen fifties it has generated a lot of curiosity library director Tara Mansfield says the fountain with the Greek god Poseidon holding a try in and stepping on a large fish has fallen into disrepair over the past sixty years this is one of the few cast iron fountain said survival rolled over to scrap iron Purcell living so it's a really rare and historic artifact grants have already raised a hundred and eighteen thousand dollars of the quarter million needed for full restoration public donations can be made in person or on the library's website

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Trump's push to reduce drug prices in State of the Union boosts hope for action this year

Dr. Daliah

09:03 min | 10 months ago

Trump's push to reduce drug prices in State of the Union boosts hope for action this year

"We might see some bipartisan action coming out of Washington when it comes to drug prices so if you remember during trump so to speak as say the union speech he actually got Democrats to stand and applaud when it came to Loren drug prices yes I'm calling for bipartisan legislation to achieve the goal of dramatically lower prescription drug prices get a bill to my desk and I will sign it into law without delay so fairly there's been movement on that front but there was one of partisan disagreements who would take more credit for its also will range of competing bills you know how people throw other crap into the lawyer like why are we funding paper airplanes what I don't know some VS whatever that happened with other bills in the past but Laurie drug prices is something where both sides really agree on and the Republicans in the unit because they have promised to help fix healthcare after Obama's mess and they didn't do it things might be a little better some of the deductibles may be a little better some of the insurance our premiums might be down a bit but it wasn't the relief we saw before you know two thousand eight two thousand nine so if they can at least lower prescription drug prices they could say they have a win in the health care category Democrats are going to campaign on the Medicare for all or public option so it is speech did not actually endorse a specific approach so you know we don't know if this has to do with him you know negotiated with China has been able to get drugs from China figure out an FTA use speedy approval for certain drugs are Nancy Pelosi and house Democrats are pushing for a bolder action to lower drug prices they have a bill that was passed in December to allow the government to negotiate lower prices the bill is called H. R. three and so when trump made his remarks some house Democrats were chanting HR three that's what they were chanting because it was like one of our what are the same so trump supporter governor bush Asian during the two thousand sixteen campaign he said he would go she like crazy but he backed off of it why well if the government convenes private health care we start to go towards socialism and the reason why prices are up is it because you know everybody says why can't we get the same price as Mexico has Canada has our center up the well it's tricky you know I would love to be able to get an antibiotic for a dollar and the way the generic companies make these drugs yeah absolutely you can mean I mean you know you would think that they would still make some sort of a profit but they don't want to squeak by these companies need to because I mean look at what's happening with all that and D. M. A. N. N. D. E. A. in though that cancer causing contaminants and when I went one should ever company okay generic companies still need a a buffer because of the FDA comes in gone what will global level we need to take a look at this so everybody's halls we need to we need to you know I recall you can't just barely you know squeak by on a Buck a prescription so they rely on Americans to give them that clutch now why US one on another country will because their drug what is still that serve their drugs are going to sell then they you know they go where they can get away with it and right now insurance companies allow them to get away with it so there is room to negotiate there is room to go down on the flip side though you have some companies going I we can make this drug cheaper now with all the rules and regulations and everything we have to go through you know in other countries you don't of estrogen process you come up with the drug in America you need to make sure it gets approved because two years of our anti and then it makes us the market sometimes only a few years left on patent so this idea of we have so much regulation as it is that's why the prices are up because we only have a few years to make our money back or to make a profit that ends up forcing you know prices to go up so the Republicans have to be very very delicate when it comes to we're going to you know lamb bass the companies and you know we're going to force them to pay less because then it could also cause a big change in the in the system so Grassley white unveiled does limit some drug price increases in Medicare right now trump doesn't mention any executive action on drug prices again it's a district trump has proposed Lawrence a Medicare drug prices by linking prices to those in other countries not sure what is going to do is again the say the union is very general they don't go into specific plans it's for this what we're gonna do this year so we'll see what happens personally I love it the federal pharmacy and I could get a medication for two three Bucks I love it the thing is is usually generic sell us going generic and make intergeneric prices don't rice would be the key to keeping drug prices low the problem is is then are we going to have any new drugs coming down the pipeline if they don't think they could sell and we need new trucks with the medication that a fight the crime virus we need a good anti flu medication we need you know and so I you know what companies are going to step up and do that so it's tricky now certain states are trying to you know take measures take you know things into their own hands when it comes to drug prices they say six in ten Americans are Tate were taken at least one prescription drug court to the Kaiser family foundation seventy nine percent of those surveyed survey to the cost of medications was unreasonable the report also found that three out of ten Americans do not see the medications as prescribed because a worry about cost yeah they spread it out so you tell program was created two thousand eighteen it's a state law dubbed right to shop by Republican representative norm Thurston public employees health program offered if only to people using a drug on a list of about a dozen medications where the state could have significant state of the one hundred sixty thousand state and local public employees cover biting sure fewer than four hundred were eligible according to managing director Purcell officials of track the medications for the manufacturer to the pharmacy to the patient make sure people were given the same drugs and what home did work with a specialty pharmacy working it with one of the largest private hospital systems so they're working they're moving there's a represented from a company provide are ex that is escorted escorted patients of San Diego to Tijuana back across the border and so you know again I don't know if I could trust the medication Mexico but certain you know people are taking certain actions to get cheaper drugs ten state workers and participate in the program they believe the state a state over toward the twenty five thousand dollars California governor some is going to have a plan that will increase competition the generic drug marketplace having a a brands of prescription drugs that's California branded so now they're gonna compete with private enterprise and hopefully lower drug costs that way get not sure what that would do with the private market again they got to play this regatta tread very carefully the of the governors and no state has more at stake on the issue of healthcare we will use our market power and a moral power to demand fair prices for prescription drugs I will continue to move closer to ensuring healthcare for California the California law has required drug companies to report any price increases of the state generic drugs saw three your medium price increase of thirty seven point six percent and that was based on list drugs of drugs most prices present an article just council rebates so you know why are these crazy these prices skyrocketing so I I do like there is some transparency I don't like the idea of government control and I'm a little cautious and I'm a little nervous about how the states are pursuing Louisiana did something interesting they have the state to go she to deal to pay a flat fee for prescriptions for hepatitis C. drugs beginning last July the state began a quote subscription model treatment that officials say could cure tens of thousands who had hepatitis C. napa see drugs expensive it costs a few thousand a month for that one so they're starting to work on a program where they can get this high price medication thanks for others which could stop

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"purcell" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:52 min | 10 months ago

"purcell" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Involves probably the worst first date story we've ever had no no we had a group Purcell from the back of a car yeah but he might be worse we've had people get blown off and ditched on a first date that happens quite a bit more than I think but we've never had anybody call in who got ditched two times on a first date by two different people I guess due to having two different people set up for a first date in one night I I tried to find a silver lining that's what her emails and I don't really know how it works when she got this by two different guys the first date in the same night Ames Patricia Patricia what's up hi you know what we're gonna do your second it up there but I got to run real quick all how did you get did just by two people on the same night well I know what this guy in there that can get trained and you know I thought everything was going great and he decides to go to the restroom and like ten minutes goes by a twenty minutes thirty minutes not like at first I thought well if he okay like you know if you feel sick from something it's really embarrassing that talk about that like to say Hey are you okay didn't hear back so I was like well I know what this is yeah as you a lot but you're sure it's not that you like all right well this is happen to me before no I like you know go thing is the thing that happened on Hank the like real close fitting did someone just not showing up for a date but they met you they got the first impression if they didn't like it yeah about I will it is great for you to call and make this all public after it happened so yeah the positive side decided to hang out and you know I have a few words thank friend by myself and can do that meeting the other guy but I had already had plenty to drink and the conversation is great from what I can vaguely remember and I I know we need out and change number number my phone were you just sitting there after your date that you just kind of drowning your sorrows like they might want to talk to me because my date just laughed I wouldn't quite reach that point yeah I wouldn't mind that like I didn't make the best of them I'm not gonna let him ruin my night even knowing where I'm gonna make it great so did you approach the second guy what what kind of help right you go a little back you needed that that okay we think number I don't remember who I know he put me in a new browser and I think his name was he all my gosh okay so you don't even know his name and thirty percent says mark I don't know much yet the other ten percent just a wild card yeah we've all had those nights were we don't remember somebody's name but why would you want to follow up with them I remember that because he was really good why would someone be leaning over and make sure that they're safe and you know I I having fun I I don't remember the name okay okay so is that who you want to call the day you want to call Pete or mark or Mr ten percent the numbers I have the number of the original guy and his name doctor he's waited our energy on him I happen number on here who is you know and funny and I am sending pilot even though their schools and I also have the number for Pete and you know I like both of them and I would go out with either of them again so we've got two phone numbers for Oscar and another guy whose name might be P. so which one he wants to call Hey you want to call you want to call one and asking for a date and then call the other and asking for yeah I'd be glad to to number one right so the first one says yes you still want to call the second one I'm in all right we'll see what happens and will play the song come back and then call a bunch of people and try to get.

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Graphic Epstein autopsy photos on '60 Minutes' show bloodied neck and noose

KCBS 24 Hour News

13:52 min | 11 months ago

Graphic Epstein autopsy photos on '60 Minutes' show bloodied neck and noose

"It's time for a segment from last night sixty minutes broadcast on CBS convicted sex offender Jeffrey abstain has been accused of sexually assaulting countless teenage girls last July the wealthy financier was arrested in many of his victims were looking forward to finally facing him in court two weeks after his arrest abstain was found dead in his jail cell medical examiner concluded the Jeffrey Epstein killed himself since then conspiracy theories have flourished abstain was connected to a long list of rich and powerful people some suspect he was killed because of what he knew what he threatened to tell how did one of the most high profile inmates in the country end up dead in a federal jail after a five month investigation sixty minutes has obtained photos some of them graphic autopsy photos and evidence from inside Jeffrey obscene cell this is the cell were Jeffrey Epstein was found on Saturday morning August tenth two thousand nineteen there are dozens of photos taken by the medical examiner's office that day on the floor the mattress and piles of sheets several news is there appear to be fashion from the orange bed linens are laid out his medicines photographed but nobody is there a photograph of when he was found dead in the snow there's no photographs taken of Mr abstain in the cell Dr Michael Baden observed the four hour autopsy for Jeffrey abstains brother mark Bodleian a renowned forensic pathologists who's taking controversial positions over his decades long career is investigating at Steve's death for his client do you think there was foul play here the forensic evidence released so far clear happy point much more to murder and strangulation than the suicide and suicidal hanging I hesitate to make a final opinion until all the evidence is in people will say well you are being paid by mark absence of course you're gonna say that something suspicious is going on that's a reasonable thing for some people to think but our job is to find with the truth is just to find out whether the homicide or suicide where still haven't gotten all the information guards found abstinent approximately six thirty three AM and sources say one of them could be over heard saying breed that Steen brief I thought at the time doctor Baden believes based on the autopsy did abstain died around four thirty that morning two hours earlier the guards say they came in at six thirty they found them they call emergency services they tried to do CPR with them but he's dead but rather than leave the body there they take the body to an emergency room yeah is that normal protocol no that's a that's not normal protocol the EMS people normally especially in jail should not move a dead body he's right bureau of prison protocol mandate to suicide scene should be treated with the same level of protection as any crime scene in which a death has occurred sixty minutes reviewed hundreds of graphic photographs from the autopsy of Jeffrey up Steve and inside his cell there are two nooses a bit of born she tied to the great of a window on the top bunk bottles in medicine stand upright below it another piece of fabric is tied to a hole on the bed about four feet from the ground did have Steve who was nearly six feet tall and a hundred and eighty five pounds somehow lean in and hang himself from the lower bunk we don't know these are the known facts on July sixth Jeffrey Epstein was booked into the metropolitan correctional center were MCC in downtown Manhattan a federal high security holding facility for inmates awaiting trial suicides at the MCC are rare the last one was fourteen years ago the jail has temporarily housed everyone for Mexican drug lord el Chapo to mafia boss John Gotti and fraud stir Bernie made off MCC is the worst jail or prison I've ever been to by far it's not a club fed it's not a club anything it is dirty it's insect infested rodent infested it was built for about three hundred and fifty and houses over seven hundred inmates are packed in Bruce our cat is the lawyer for abstinence first cell mate fifty two year old nectar tag Leone a brawny former police officer accused of murdering for men they shared a cell in the issue the special housing unit which is considered safe for the general population jails tough place the rules don't exist the way they do in society somebody like Jeffrey obscene unknown elderly rich white male is gonna have a tough time in general population abstain was directing money to be deposited in other inmate's commissary accounts in exchange for his protection sources say because he feared for his life but the government says abstain was suicidal and made his first failed suicide attempt weeks after he arrived according to court documents on July twenty third a guard found abstain on the floor of his cell with the strip of bed sheet around his neck abstain claimed his cellmate nectar tag Leone attacked him I've seen says that Nick tried to kill them next says absolutely nothing like that happened well it's not just Nick says absolutely nothing happened absolutely nothing happened no one says to on their try to kill abstained abstain was moved to the psych unit and placed on suicide watch but one week later abstain at the direction of the MCC psychological staff was taken off suicide watch and required to have an assigned cell mate this was a monumental failure on all levels and that's why it is fueled the conspiracies and I understand that Cameron linsey is a former federal prison warden who should have made sure that he wasn't taken off suicide watch in your opinion the leadership of the facility should of stepped in and so while I appreciate the perspective of U. chief psychologist I'm going to override that decision and we're going to leave abstain on suicide watch is specially subsequent to the suicide attempt that he had I have steam was moved back to the issue and assigned a new cellmate we reviewed photos in interview jail employees to create this composite of the area each tier of the shoe has eight cells usually with two inmates Purcell Eckstine cell to twenty was about fifteen feet away and have a set of stairs from the guard station with the single locked gate between them the gate is the only way in or out of the tier lawyers say the day before F. steam was found dead he was upbeat and looking forward to an appeal hearing on his bail that same day his cell mate was released and no new cellmate was assigned even though he was required to have one Michael Thomas until the no well are the two guards who were working the overnight shift on the shoe court documents say abstain was escorted into his cell by to open a well at approximately seven forty nine PM then the guards didn't check in on him again until shortly after six thirty AM the next morning so they should they should be checked in on every thirty min they should be checked on every thirty minutes it's my understanding based on the documents and I examined the two officers that were working in the special housing unit allegedly falsified the records and did not do any rounds for approximately eight hours how big of a deal is that it's a huge huge deal this is one of the most basic operational aspects of managing a jail or prison instead federal prosecutors say surveillance video makes clear the guards search the internet and appeared to have been asleep both guards were working overtime when you're being forced to stay over ships not gonna see a family you start to see some people take short cuts Tyrone Covington is the president of the union that represents the guards who both now face criminal charges and have pleaded not guilty I absolutely believe that these staff members are being made a scapegoat because it was Jeffrey I was just if the Covington doesn't think there was any foul play and he says there should be surveillance video to prove it in November Attorney General William Barr told reporters he personally reviewed surveillance video that showed nobody entered the area were at Steven was held but sources say a second camera inside the tear the one that could have seen abstain cell door and the doors of other inmates was not working that night the theories that are out there one of them is that it was another inmate who may have killed Jeffrey have stand a come on you don't believe he was found hanging in the cell he had tried to commit suicide before that he was a very wealthy man who was looking a lifetime in prison you know sometimes a cigar is just a cigar so absence taken off suicide watch the day before he killed himself his roommate is removed from the cell the cameras on his tear are not working the guards fell asleep it seems almost impossible to think all of those things could happen and that way it does and that's what makes is so shocking and I mean this is a failure on multiple levels do you think there's any way that Jeffrey absent could have been murdered absolutely unequivocally not there was a note in Jeffrey obscene cell he wrote that one guard kept me unlock shower stall for one hour no well the guard sent me burnt food giant bugs crawling over my hands no fun Dr Michael Baden says if anyone thought Jeffrey up steam was suicidal they wouldn't have let him have a ball point pen it could be used to harm himself or someone else his then we just noticed looking at the photos it appears he had some kind of sleep apnea machine you can see a long electrical cord yes there were other wires and chords present that it would have been easy to used to hang oneself within a few minutes but the key reason doctor Baden things Jeffrey have scenes death might be a homicide is because of the unusual fractures he saw in it seems neck they were fractures of the left the rights thyroid cartilage and the left hi good bone this is an autopsy photo of Epstein's broken hyoid bone a U. shaped bone that sits under the jaw the part of the tongue attach is to the thyroid cartilage sits at the front of the neck I have never seen three fractures like this in a suicidal hanging sometimes there's a fracture of the high bone or a fracture of the thyroid cartilage and not very very unusual to have two and not three and going over over thousand jail hangings suicides in the New York City state prisons of the past forty fifty years no one had three fractures the New York City medical examiner's office disputes Baden's theory saying the fractures of the hyoid bone and cartilage can be seen in suicides and homicides they stand firmly behind their finding of suicide by hanging then there's the two nooses this was the one that was sketch and included in the autopsy by the medical examiner presumably because they thought it was used in apps dean's death but doctor Baden says that news and the wounds on Jeffrey abstains knack don't appear to match what do you say when you see these two things together what I see here is that this news doesn't match the ligature Foro mark it's wider than this to the naked eye it looks like there's some blood here and it doesn't look like there's any blood on this new that's right this looks like a clean news that was never used to compress anybody's neck there's also some that's striking about the photos the wound is down here you'd think of somebody hung themselves the wound would be maybe up here yes most hanging said especially free hangings the ligature slides up to beneath the the jawbone the mandible here it's in the middle of the neck doctor Baden says a wound straight across the neck is more common when a victim is strangled by a wire cord he gets dean's brother mark met with the government and asked to see any forensic testing and any video but they say they were told the ongoing criminal case against the two guards prevents the justice department from releasing any information so the criminal charges are now basically a firewall for the family to get any information from the justice department the charges have also silenced the guards the attorney for guard Michael Thomas says five months after up Steve's death Thomas has still not spoken to investigators were revealed how he alone found at Steve's body disappointed that they never got to face I've seen in court many victims are now angry the

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Commoners of the New Forest

Humans of Hospitality

08:51 min | 11 months ago

Commoners of the New Forest

"I think it's fair to say that from a global perspective. We are living through uncertain times in particular. I hope is listening to this podcast. You're asking questions about what tweet where to purchase our food and how food choices are impacting the environment and world around us while sometimes these are complicated questions. What's what's been inspirational about? Many of the podcast conversations. I've now had is how despite the politics and complexity many food and drink produces uses are just getting on with it and making a big difference to their local communities. As this week's guest Andrew Barry Naughton puts it. What's on your doorstep is that is the most important thing once you get that right? It spreads from there now Andrews lucky he happens to have the beautiful landscape of the new forest orest literally on his doorstep as a commoner as well as a farmer his animals can truly range free through heathland and ancient woods. Sometimes they range a bit too freely as you will hear in this program. We explore the peculiarities of calming history. We also discover how and and even more fascinating Louis why we are seeing the return of regional. Native breeds such as Ruby red cattle and saddleback pigs `brava than the influx of larger continental breeds. It makes good business and environmental sense especially now that the communists have their own shed brand and the new forest mark in essence to support a more artisan kinda traditional approach to farming. Andrew needs to charge around ten percent. More Oh and supply more directly to the end consumer is this the way other regions could go. I very much hope you enjoyed this. Week's conversation. Andrew Carey Nelson Awesome. Thank you so much spare time on the US very much appreciate it here. It's all things go communist. I guess and farming. Can you just say where on planet Earth are. We pleased and we're in the in. The new force pistol. Kadam was founded in line in the middle of nowhere and it was surrounded by forests and we are luckily. Because 'cause it's pouring rain we all sat in your kitchen. Aren't we started out as very very muddy Soviet so he's not afraid poor cattle at the moment so so walling around the second good but it takes that mind space picks the reckon the sun picks lables out the forest so pigs and won't go very well together. They're lucky year so I'm a big fan of a new I. I love it but a lot of people listening. Probably maybe you've heard of it but not being here. Can you just describe the forest just a little bit. 'cause he's pretty. ECLECTIC has an escort ancient woodlands. It's got farmed areas. But just what is the funds very large area. Originally a lot people know sets. It's up by William the conqueror Purcell hunting area. But actually where we are sounds. We're on the northern combines. The pressure of the new forest so and we are actually what we call manorial. Waste the new force yourself was originally setup and that part of it was called Crown lands. That was part ten going for the crown mm-hmm but where we are at the moment the mineral ways we are actually owned by the Lords of the manor in this particular area we had Born to state which was part of course sustain it has the biggest site next to us big farming state and then another part of its playskool portions of state which again was another huge farming state in its time and Darcy's why sees winchester who owned track of it so the ground whale when surrounded by on the Commons. We are actually originally here before the existence of the new forest poorest before the creation by William the conqueror interesting. So how long does that William the conqueror showing me in ten sixty six. Okay so I believe the new forest trey to run about ten eighty four eighty six roundabout that things. So he's now the congressman sales assistance. Few people reckon two or three hundred years years before that date is well it comes will and I'm by when we say comments. They were used in essence four livestock even back then they were basically land. Minora waste the their Germany Germany. As a rule Paul ground is not suitable for farming so the topsoil was always very thin and all forms of small sel even some. The school houses had the brought them to turn out their animals on that waste ground and that that was drawn to him by the Lords of the manor at the time. The US okay. But it's not a great sounding name waste isn't it. If he told me that in this context it was like a tip. Says he doesn't really when you think you've just dry. It's absolutely stunning isn't it. If you'RE GONNA take place Iceland this is the kind of waste land to live in beautiful. It is it's the ground itself is is is poor is ray civic. Don't have its own sand and and it's very very thin topsoil. It wouldn't be much good performing any other way. Okay for across the new forest in its entirety. There are areas that are good for eight changes inches. Yeah you've you've you've you've got the the ancient ornamental woodland bigger some beech woodland you call the lawns. which is the areas across your orest echoed loans if got more covens in different areas of the forest as well? The Heathrow in itself is probably more rather than the Amazon rainforest. I really that few few acres of it well across across the UK. I want why is that unique and is now being given national accreditation as well. How long ago was that includes a few of probably fifteen years ago now? It's is passed even longer so they should be known fact checking particularly unique. Just it from from a country because it was the districts and stuff like this idea of communist kind of land. Is that something. That's replicated across the country. Yeah Dot an expo of similar. Aw I think the new forest it's thrived and continues a lot longer. Believe this seven hundred plus commodores in the forest and what we've done here is is much more unique to stick Leiria. You won't get anywhere much. THOUGHT IN X dot on wall up country so unique. I think it's something that remained within the families win the forest. Oh Oh that's not to say. Is that that somebody could purchase property-owning coming coming rights to it but this being families in the forest of carrying on the tradition really from from generation generation. And if I proud to be communists you know a lot of us have other jobs not just comedy see other people everyday jobs going out to work and just coming as a part time sidelines about takes quite a bit dedication. If you're if you're doing it part time it does take a long time and the benefit native of coming from the forest perspective. It's helping manage the ecosystem services a symbiotic relationship. Communism the forest. There's there's a lot of plum supermodel. I wouldn't be there if it wasn't for comedy. The comments and the forest was look anywhere like it. was you walk dog throat coming around that. So it's very important. That comedy continues. I think the National Park and other bodies realized read is that now for quite some telling and I've done the best to encourage comedy and keep going this new. Ms Organizations Remember the commerce this Defense Association and we're very proud of our heritage and what we do and we're determined the comedy continue so what we try and do today a set up things for the future to ensure cobbling still carries on doesn't now and the benefits of it. Then suppose are this is partly a financial thing. I guess is the rights to use the land for animals in the fat. I suppose. Pardon me what's the barriers of entry alone. 'cause you don't need to go and by far but in reality you do because you need to land. I didn't tell you though. I mean what you could do. I mean you're more tired of the government. Some Lancelot company wants attached to it pretends coming in that way it's coming. It isn't a straightforward simple. Maybe turning on Moselle you gotta you gotTa know what you're doing you gotta have some idea of of of your stock could conditions and healthy. I things develop things. Go wrong if if you don't keep an eye on your animals and you go into the the cost you're going to see them every day and that's called commitment going out looking for animals. Every day they could be anywhere. Just two thousand acres of land and go to find your animals and you gotTa make sure they're

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"purcell" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"purcell" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Them back commuter John Purcell check hope someone can pressure in J. T. well maybe the governor I know the county executive has been trying real hard eight days to do a great job trying to talk to them and bring them to the table and let them do something about it but maybe the governor has to step in stepping in on the New Jersey side as Senate president Stephen Sweeney he says NJG needs to fix these problems new engineers are in training right now N. J. T. expects improvements there next year at the Nanuet station Shawn Adams WCBS newsradio eight metro north has dropped his plan to raise parking fees that is twenty five lots east of the Hudson River and eliminate free Saturday parking the journal news reports several MTA board members objected to the average annual increases of fourteen percent that would have raised about one million dollars in a landslide shift in New York city's homeless policies city leaders have reached a deal to set aside about one thousand new apartments for homeless people every year there's no way around it the housing market in New York has failed those with the lowest income says Jacqueline Simona the coalition for the homeless this bill she says is trying to realign at the housing market is that it is providing an actual affordable apartments for the people who need them both the legislation creates new rules that force housing developers to set aside a certain number of units for the homeless a minimum of fifteen percent of the apartment and development that if the receiving three financial assistance of newly constructed rental apartments have to be set aside for a homeless household it only applies to projects with more than forty units this is really trying to make sure that we're giving those households instability that they need to really thrive there's a bit more hesitancy coming from developer swung telling The New York Times these units work better if they're close to social services Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty is this time three eighteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids it's a bad morning to be in a disabled vehicle but we have one Billy where is it it's on the southern state parkway east bound something stated exit twenty eight that's why the Wantagh Avenue region and it looks like that person there is gonna be stuck there for a while causing some back ups and then the west bound bill parkway at the cross island of course you've got this flooding conditions are coming down from the cross on where turns in the belt westbound parkway Flatbush Avenue we have a vehicle collision they're taking out a lane westbound Grand Central at ninety four street we're seeing some delays Throggs neck bridge around that region and the white stone bridges we are seeing a lot of us slowdowns due to the flooding that rate region it's just it's really terrible right now John out all over the place and looks like we are seeing some delays as we approach the cross or the Deegan approach to the cross Bronx it looks a little bit slow and sluggish and then we have a report of another incident by LaGuardia airport is just coming in Grand Central by the Guardia there's an accident they are right as you get into LaGuardia airport will back less than ten minutes when I was running update right here.

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Radulov has goal and assist, Stars beat Islanders 3-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Radulov has goal and assist, Stars beat Islanders 3-1

"The Dallas Stars down the New York Islanders three to one for the stars have now won two straight after an old three in one stretch Alexander Radulov return to the stars lineup after being scratched in the last game and support the team of the Golan and assist Andrew **** Leon Dennis Geryon up also scored for the stars who built up a three nothing lead before Matthew Purcell spoil Ben bishop's shutout bid with a third period goal bishop stopped thirty four thirty five shots I thought we played a great game there as our P. not each other all night special teams good can we go power play on this it was big pressing nine Thomas Greiss also at thirty four se for the islanders the stars were twice on the power play Bob Stevens Dallas

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"purcell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"purcell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Purcell leaves the game in the first quarter in your thinking well here you go back to nose and I do my job but I certainly play better than we like and I hope he's OK because obviously want to be health like one hundred percent grown bigger like a man like I hope you come back you'll be wrong but I I I I I don't mind when those reminders no farm in a group plan and now and you don't have to play and then but likely was okay and I got them all right back out there to kind of fit and finish that point about the contract can you think about wanting to be here next year versus anywhere else you hope and expect to be back in Denver there are you know my family loves it here like all over here we're not going to be back here but that's not always how the business works for you know we're Paul will figure it out at the end of the year you know hopefully I'll be back but you just never know what you think is the right fit for this defense is a good fit for you yes bye for both ways right yeah a little differences knows or if you need defense and a just a few hours and then move the definitely plays towards western so you know I definitely wouldn't would love to play in this again but you know you never know final thing I have for you what can we see expect to see in this buffalo game are you more the same those will be physical hello play hard and we want you know not a little twenty twen reach as easy so that talked about of a fair amount is this phone you know when you get when you have a twenty point lead this was one kind of that same items that need to be talked about so you know it's just I was disappointing because a lot of self inflicted mistakes so what we'll do we'll give it a look and I guess sometimes well that can be frustrating to know that your just flat out beat the you can be yourself at times when you talk about self inflicted mistakes to know that that's correct will versus you know what we're just not good enough those guys just what does which certainly wasn't the case as we can there hasn't been any of your losses you know we just we beat ourselves and then there is this thanks is we had it but you know it it definitely is a confidence booster and know that you know we can perform at that level we'll see the Broncos can perform at that level in buffalo I think they're gonna win this game you must corporation at the end of the show one more quick player interview here on the Broncos warm up and we'll get into our keys to the game and go behind enemy lines with Steve Tasker on either side attract Alexander Johnson down he said a Broncos record for tackles forty one through his first five games the most by at the event started Broncos team history and I ask them Hey when you came in a year ago after spending three years out of football did you envision everything playing out like this I didn't exactly vision to have the most tad was in the French select indicting envision that but I did invade Jimmy plan will be in one the best linebackers in only when I start playing so I guess that correlate with each other's able to establish some like that means that my first two stars is is a good start.

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20 Month Old Baby Dies Due To Heatstroke, Mother Charged With Child Cruelty

Mike Slater

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

20 Month Old Baby Dies Due To Heatstroke, Mother Charged With Child Cruelty

"A tear center mother whose daughter was found dead inside a hot car last month will make her first court appearance today twenty four you'll Purcell Harris was arrested last week on child cruelty charges she's being held on one million dollars

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Antonio Brown, released by Raiders, reportedly signs with Patriots

Football Sunday

09:29 min | 1 year ago

Antonio Brown, released by Raiders, reportedly signs with Patriots

"The hundredth year of the anniversary of the NFL is this Antonio pound saga well I mean it's it's insane it's crazy and you know everything that played out it's almost the case where listen you know I get to the point we'll get to the patriot idea of it the raiders were left with no choice now they were left with no choice and you could even make the argument and before he went on Instagram early on Saturday morning and basically said release me after the you know two hundred plus thousand dollar fine which made his money not guaranteed here moving forward in that Oakland Raiders deal that they re worked after they acquired him from the Pittsburgh Steelers David that even before that when he say what he said you know with racial undertones to Mike may I could practice in in that once you do that you overstep your bounds as a player win in terms of you know not understanding the leadership of mac is general manager that he should be gone then but then you had after that you know the teary eyed apology that he had to the team right thirty million dollars correctly right there's no doubt about it and then he gets hit with a fine once again we're grew to make the announcement before that that he'll be playing right and they'll be suiting up and playing against the Denver Broncos then you get the fine once again then he goes crazy on Saturday morning on Instagram selling the raiders to release some and they end up really so it was a very interesting forty eight hours for the Oakland Raiders to say the least and you know first and foremost the one thing that you and. so when it comes to the NFL and when it comes to the owners the head coach and the GM the one thing that they're always looking for with leverages is how to take away your money and he came from that complete leverage I've also heard fancy well you can't you can't find star players they don't get fined they get fined each and every week if their wait for meeting if they mistreatment well I still watch go berserk it's just not something that the team put out to the media it's something that's handled in house right so if people think that star players don't get fined that's a ridiculous statement because it happens each and every week out of the NFL season and when you look at the structure of everything that happened on in experience GM if you don't think Jon Gruden knew exactly what was going on and was there a point good cop bad cop I don't know what you're thinking about Jon Gruden has to do that for the face of being the head coach because he doesn't want the blurred lines of the GM and head coach but he was a hundred percent on board with what Mike may I was doing that's why he hired him so that he basically can control the entire situation I grew the David but here's the point I have is the one I get rid of them initially you know after he gets into the altercation with may Oct the verbal one people say downplay whether how physical just was but just when you have that go down a practice and you have Antonio brown screaming what he did when I repeat it Mike mac on the practice field why not just get rid of a man don't you at that point when you decide to bring him back are you sending the wrong message to the rest of the guys on that team because you know a cures everything vitamin W. winning that's what cures everything and when you look at him with that hundred million dollar contract this team going on the road to play a division rival in Denver they're a better football team with him out on the field that being said what else is the big thing that they're looking at they're looking at next year moving to Las Vegas and having a big splash to bring that fan base and to bring a drawing crowds to the Los Vegas readers to you look at the overall landscape of things. Jon Gruden gave him as many opportunities as possible because let's face it that's what had photo gallery supreme GM's and owners to win Taylor puts production out on the field right now and they were left with no other choice and then the conspiracy theorists are that brown and drew Rosenhaus right his agent Bailey forced their way out of Oakland left them with no choice to do this and then he ends up with the New England Patriots Rosen house in the pats Abella check of a very good relationship he signs up there joins the litany of guys who've had trouble careers before going to notice anyone that's according to the in areas Tom price range of all fourth fifth. that's exactly I Randy moss Corey Dillon guys that had issues with other organizations went to New England I basically bought it and now it's a one year deal ten million guaranteed five million in incentives we can earn fifteen million dollars he's not could be playing against the Steelers later on tonight as the patriots and Steelers do battle but you will look at the very fact of now he ends up with the patriots and now you look at this patriot team with adult men brown and Gordon yeah I know no grown cow ski but you look at it and for Antonio brown everything that transpired in Oakland I would probably bet anything that none of that will transpire up in New England no because there's veteran leadership in the locker room you think about the last chance he's got without a doubt if you think about things that took place in our locker room when you have a Michael street him when you have an Antonio Pierce we have myself Chris me and other guys that our leaders that we don't let the stuff take place in the locker room and go out into the public figure who's gonna stop anything he did in Oakland there's not a single player on there that has a resume like him that could put him in his place now go into New England it is a completely different story because they've won without him and they don't need him to win but let me ask you this question now I mean sometimes guys just go author yeah I mean go off the tracks yeah know he's definitely offer the tried your office right there's no doubt about it but I my point being is that you know I don't know if even that was great veteran leadership on Oakland if they were gonna pull a massage I mean nobody could do no I don't know what what's even if there was to prevent exactly what transpired and what happened and how hay wire it got whether it be the feet the helmet how they support him through all of that and then the very fact of he they handed him down you know basically a fifty thousand dollar fine he goes haywire has the apology then after screaming at back then he gets find out once again they're going after his money and rightfully so pure the Oakland Raiders because what would lead you to believe the behavior is going to change but I'll tell you it doesn't get a say I don't get a sense even if that veteran leadership was there in Oakland that that also was going to. change with the way that he acted out there in Oakland not it's not a winning program like you love Pittsburgh yeah and the way that we love Pittsburgh and you didn't hear about all this nonsense I'm sure was all gone behind the house down in my home when was a cover up of the Steelers recovered as team week seventeen when the plane for the playoffs no doubt about it but I would say this is that the Steelers were smile and and the very fact is is that they don't have to deal with the headache and then all of a sudden the headache bloomed out an open window and I heard everything that tree outside with Antonio brown and and it's all sort of go along with that you know the one thing that you always said as an NFL player that was like to joke around the NFL players go to the raiders to die that's where their career ends and obviously with him you knew that he didn't want to be a part of training camp hence the whole helmet situation the whole foot thing the footings wanting them with the helmet you weren't even practicing anyway so it's not just to disappear from practice well you're doing the standard to ride the bike or doing whatever for your feet at that time that's once again him believing that he is more important and has a different set of standards than the rest of the football team so there wasn't a player nor do I think Oakland could have ever done that now he falls into a situation where it's going to the New England Patriots and like I said it's completely different because they won without you and they can win without you so the standard that the put on it and the patriot way is do nothing outside yourself to cause controversy for this lock permit do bulletin board material we just talked about the examples that worked brand I think they're different points in their career but look how bad it was for channel chill Cinco because it showed that he was in a dynamic player he was the Purcell St precise route runner and he couldn't pick up with the language and we're Tom Brady wants you to be everybody knows that Tom Brady is a quarterback he demands you to do things to perfection and if you don't break your route off the ten yards and break it off at night you're not going to be on the football field that's the difference were Antonio brown is different the channel two signal and fits more into the mold of like Randy moss because they work that well it of players are more. technicians that nowadays is just to biting by the rules and just make sure you stay clear of all this yeah and I think he will be is I'll be ours you David if he blows up in New England we'll be all rights will be god and not just that I don't know how many teams that will be clamoring to bring a man at the kind of money that he's looking to make music Tony brown does want to sign a one year deal worth two million dollars he's looking for the kind of contract that he got in essence in a performance based contracts but he is getting ten million dollars guaranteed you want to do the re work from the Steelers the Oakland Raiders it did now we lost a lot of money yeah terms of Garin a lot on it a lot of money but he has the opportunity to make it back and if he is able to change the discourse the conversation around him and have a great year and buy into that patriot system and he minds is pleasing cues and there are no way should be as you know this he is going to be under the magnifying glass and they're gonna be people Diggin it see what's going on behind the scenes if he's able turn all that around then everything will be fine for Antonio brown then okay contract next no doubt about it but if he doesn't I don't know how many teams will be clamoring to bring and then all of the thirty two year old receiver this is his last opportunity let's face it if you go to New England and you box this for them taking the chance on you as a player and you go back to what you just did in Oakland and back to all the things that you did in Pittsburgh yeah that talent won't outweigh the cancer that you'll be in that locker room and the headache that the coaches and GM selected deal with so this is really his last opportunity with bill Belichick because I truly feel this organization of bill Belichick are the only ones that can

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G7 leaders vow to help Brazil fight fires, repair damage

First Light

01:36 min | 1 year ago

G7 leaders vow to help Brazil fight fires, repair damage

"You forest fires continue to burn in the Amazon rainforest in other regions of Brazil while the international unity is calling on Brazil's government to do more to battle the fires Brazil's president says the spread of misinformation has turned this into a political issue more now from correspondent Steve constable Chris as expected the fires in the Amazon rainforest became a priority topic at the G. seven meeting France's president Emmanuel macron make sure it was part of the agenda what do you estimate to that because there was a true convergence today we all agreed to help as quickly as possible the countries that were affected by the fire he suggested that France might pull out of an international trade agreement between Europe and Brazil because of the belief that Purcell's conservative president jive also narrow wasn't meeting his nation's obligation to protect the Amazon the European Union president Donald tusk said the E. U. was not considering such a measure at the same time the issue is so ready to offer financial hope to fight the fire Brazil has received offers of help in battling the fires from several nations president Wilson are awarded in the military to help with fire fighting operations over the weekend he released a video message to the world in response to the criticism he and his government have been receiving yes that was the list also so that's the only two kids Paulson are said his nation is in a traditionally hot dry and high winds season where unfortunately burns occur every year in the Amazon region he said in the ring is here's the fires are less intense than in warmer drier years such as this one they occur more often regardless both in

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A big auction is the latest in Americas race to 5G

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:15 min | 2 years ago

A big auction is the latest in Americas race to 5G

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather Thomas testing centers. Learn more ahead to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. A big auction is the latest in America's race to five Jeep. But are we too late to the party from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Kimberly Adams in four Molly would. If you're shopping for holiday tech, you'll probably see a bunch of devices being marketed as five G ready five G is the next generation of super fast internet, but it needs infrastructure. More bandwidth for streaming videos games and connecting the ever-growing internet of things. The Federal Communications Commission is trying to open up that bandwith by auctioning off little used parts of publicly owned airwaves portions that may not have been useful for three or four G, but are now in high demand FCC Commissioner, Jessica Rosenthal explains. Why well what's really cool about these airwaves and this spectrum is it's high band spectrum? And that means it has a lot of capacity for broadband, though, that capacity is limited because the propagation characteristics of this spectrum are not that great. And what that means is. Is that we can pump lots of video on lots of activity over it. It's just the signal won't carry very far. But that's a new mix of technologies that were exploring with five G, and I'm excited to see it in market and at use in any kind of transition to a new technology. There are winners and losers as you're watching the results of this auction come in are you seeing kind of who's coming out on top. And and who may be losing out. Well, we don't have the results all in yet. But one of the things that I think we have to be mindful of is that we can't just sat aside. Our wireless airwaves for licensed uses sold at auction. We also have to keep some airwaves unlicensed and most people don't know what unlicensed airwaves are they might sound illicit or legal. But in fact, those are the airwaves were WI fi takes place. So we all use them every day kind of public property in the skies. And we gotta make sure that as we push more of our wireless airwaves to market. We keep some for unlicensed in WI fi as well. Some other countries have already done this are we behind where we should be in picking up this technology and rolling it out. I think we're at risk of falling behind, you know, the United States lead in the last generation of wireless technology known as four g we have about five percent of the world's population. But there was a point at which we had half the world's for G deployment. And what happened with that? Leadership role is amazing because the applications economy grew up here on our shores, the operating systems for smartphones all came from here, and you know, what other nations saw that leadership, and they're chomping at the bit to get ahead of us in this next generation. What's the consequence of that for us? Well, we'll have to see we are rounding the bend now about to hold many more auctions, which is a good thing. But we're going to be mindful of the fact that other nations watched our leadership in four G and are quite interested in making sure they're at the front of the pack for five G that was Jessica Rosenthal. Purcell one of four commissioners at the FCC and worth noting. Currently the only democrat the other recently retired. This is the first five G auction. There are more coming. But the FCC hasn't announced all the details yet, I'm Kimberly Adams. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN on Sherpur from Lincoln, Nebraska. And I listened at marketplace several times actually every day because it's got the economic news and developments that are important to me a donate to marketplace. So that it can be available to everyone and ask her hope you join me in this effort. Thanks to join Shepard. As a marketplace investor donate online, marketplace dot org. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more hands free. 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"purcell" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

Anxiety Slayer

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"purcell" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

"I think it's also important that you turn your phone off or put it on airplane mode set your auto responder for incoming texts whatever you can do to just let that phone be silent so that it's not also grabbing your attention for i wonder if somebody's reaching out or if somebody is reaching out that you feel the need to to follow through and find out just beware of that i think that we're all so very very tied to our phones while you're driving that can cause even more anxiety certainly we don't want to text and drive or be calling and driving anyway so if you can turn it off or put it on airplane mode set that auto responder really smart thing to do and then when you do take breaks in stop along the way if you need to make a call of course if you need to check in that's fine but just so that you don't feel like you have something else tugging at your attention yeah that can just add to the overstimulation of the nervous system really mike aloma stressful yellen so really good tip and then of course learn eft tapping because he f t tapping can help you prepare for your road trip just going through a few rounds and we we create some setup statements today do you wanna go through those naga yeah i'm gonna will know isn't on a show notes for me personally when i was ill for many as i didn't dry for a long time i think once went for about two threes where i was unable to drive and when i was in recovering getting going again for me it was overwhelm involved i could handle most the journey but they will be a certain junction or certain roundabout that just felt too much what lanes in what if it was busy what if there was somebody impatient behind me while i was kind of getting going again again up to speed again so really with the very puzzle and i'll challenges with driving and with flying whatever which on by purcell.

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"purcell" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"purcell" Discussed on RobinLynne

"So you got from people's then we bring those purcell pref somebody kissed kissed kim god damn to make an entrance like it and pay it again and the wrong with right at kids but still more consistency stop looking fouls honestly way to cut off on my exit exit was prepared want you back be compare me to me i'm at this if i put you on my phone floated get maximum can't clutch lipsticks just to get you.

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"purcell" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"purcell" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Purcell symbols for dead deer on the road up ahead that i just hit and you're all that right that and being the northern the northern minnesota girl and you should have known better yeah installed but once he he asked these questions and i said i guess i didn't realize until it happened what had happened but i'm okay are you okay and i was just very kind of giddy and kinda like i'm a hey yes because we have freedom in christ does not mean we have freedom from problem okay that's to be cleared he does hamas that whatever we're going through he has teeth to get he has peace in the hard places in the hard circumstances in the in the perchance you hit a dead deer on the road you have even when you hit a deer filter from when you ignore very clear warning signs universal universal the sign i think it's it's actually you put your hands up near your head and you put your thumbs in your ears and wave the fingers that indicates dead deer that already had in the road right you have peace this is debbie griffiths she's got an outstanding radio program and she's very funny we linked to her darren struggle dot com let me hear from you again soon.

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"purcell" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"purcell" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"purcell" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"purcell" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The military and all volunteer force to four three thirty three thirty three another berg beaubourg doll sentenced came down friday mid morning but people have been talking about it all weekend long and i wanted to take your phone calls the sewer specially from those of you who in dometri we have such a historic connection to our military for those who if you who are serving or who have served in our military definitely like to hear your perspective on this two four three thirty three thirty three back to the phones michael your next on newsradio kick you'll be good michael well i would invite with thirty five years ago but what i remember uh after purcell and right at one end up in in any way have led to a courtmartial one of the recent was is the the the the military court third now to be somewhat more crack yes we serve hard time the hard time for civilian then the pavilion court and what i would i wasn't there i give a lift from her testimony is the judge get i know i believe what i heard over recording report herbal you don't make paul curley in the military and left your military so i think he heard what he heard i crossed him i think he is mind the best part repair or for everybody who sang their standing up for no apparent help the military i don't see how it direct final fall on our other other feel great off through meda a court martial basically five demurely under attack here all right mike thank you appreciate your call thanks for your service ira your next on news radio kkob are ridgewood what did you think of the sentence i thank her offensive a bunch of you know what but the thing is that last gentleman if i were colonel ann out ira we lost you just go ahead and try to get into a better spot and give us a call back and we'll put you right back on the air more be from.

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"purcell" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"purcell" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Fourth tax bracket but they have given us at what levels those incomes come in and they haven't broken it out between single mary and if that they've they're going to have a fight on their hands they've talked about getting rid of the state local income tax deduction but states california new york that have high local income taxes high state income taxes are fighting that one vehemently so it really don't have a good picture of what is being proposed yet we have an idea we have a a kind of a guideline a basic framework nothing specific has living the hut totally sure of what their hero you're looking at the overall race row the old senior we get international purcell right in fact it property act who soviet wave though one thing point four thousand fellow propose i'm going to lose about five thousand indians that you're from that yeah and hacked racket is but they don't allow called capitalgains anymore the back free then that's also get a kick the anc's come up with free that they were getting rid of that but like i said i kind of vague still far away let me if it's appropriate i pick i might be aided may go if there's a lot of income and only find you ask you this you were talking about the standard deduction the additional standard deduction for sixty five year old but you also talked about the and itemised deduction you don't get all those you get one or the other if you have a include the personal shows aero purcell seniors so was not an additional personal exemption instead additional standard deduction and then this go round and give this is where we don't have a clear understanding and what's they didn't talk about combining the personal exemptions than the standard deduction like they did the last time they proposed at the last i was a much larger increase in the standard election but they jumped the earth they combined the personal exemptions in there this time it's a doubling but they didn't mention the personal exemptions in what i was getting through was you were talking about the loss of your your deductions the property tax and other local deductions and the increase in the loss of your increased standard deduction but.

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"purcell" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"purcell" Discussed on Mixergy

"Of positions and you have to the people with that so it he remains courses car around certain topics entrepreneur set free starting and started that the ground level freelancing entrepreneur shirt fitness their careers with oh that is changing appear entirely purcell go she edition and on and on and on and we got until like nutrition ensued later and there were certain people who were natural just talking about their wins in the challenges that they were overcoming and and i started to know mentally who this people were and started have conversations with them they don't like me and i have some was like yeah you know with another question comes up on that scc you in the comments please away again so i remember doing that ascend and and it created a lot more involvement in engagements in the comments and i would do this to not just a some experts but i would do the same thing when i'm when i'm writing a post as i will get more people and paul i say he not only i started the the friday black threat to new share something that you are proud of doing this week and then i will reach out to somebody else and then all of a sudden post that had only two or three comments now had five at ten and and the start of the still wall he was very powerful post but then when you get the tightening them to do things because you want them to help grow the community what are some of those positions there's no formal positions their dislike hey you know value your opinion well hey you know whether it's not like you say you know want someone needs to create a new brad friday post i'd like you to do it are i'd like you to encourage more people to create communities here's a handful of people that i think you should contact.

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"purcell" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"purcell" Discussed on Mixergy

"Their careers with oh that is changing appear entirely purcell go she edition and on and on and on and we got until like nutrition ensued later and there were certain people who were natural just talking about their wins in the challenges that they were overcoming and and i started to know mentally who this people were and started have conversations with them they don't like me and i have some was like yeah you know with another question comes up on that scc you in the comments please away again so i remember doing that ascend and and it created a lot more involvement in engagements in the comments and i would do this to not just a some experts but i would do the same thing when i'm when i'm writing a post as i will get more people and paul i say he not only i started the the friday black threat to new share something that you are proud of doing this week and then i will reach out to somebody else and then all of a sudden post that had only two or three comments now had five at ten and and the start of the still wall he was very powerful post but then when you get be ties in them to do things because you want them to help grow the community what are some of those positions there's no formal positions their dislike hey you know value your opinion well hey you know whether it's not like you say you know want someone needs to create a new brad friday post i'd like you to do it are i'd like you to encourage more people to create communities here's a handful of people that i think you should contact.

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