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"ryan cleary" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"ryan cleary" Discussed on The Big Story

"Jordan Keith Rawlings and this is the big story. David Vidmar is the legislative reporter for the Saint John's telegram in Newfoundland where we head for our latest in our lay of the land series the Saint John's telegram is part of the Salt Wire Fire Network Hi David. How's it going. It is going very well. Thank you for joining us from the East Coast. How is the grand experiment of democracy going out there. Well things are I mean changes changes. The norm. I think is a is a quite frequently in Newfoundland Labrador typically. We just came out of a provincial election which is back on back on. May Sixteenth where there was this massive liberal majority where they had thirty one seats in the provincial legislature and that has cut down to twenty which gives them a one seat edge over the you know over the opposition parties and whatnot so that was a that was a big moment obviously for us out here to see that amount of seats being cut down in Atlantic Canada. Generally I mean there's been there's been I it's only Nova Oh Scotia that hasn't gone to gone to the polls fairly recently they went back in two thousand sixteen you know but but we're seeing the Greens obviously making some eat some interesting in roads and whatnot in an and in an MP and New Brunswick they didn't quite formed government but my God did they come close so you know being close to the water being close to you know relying so much a natural resources. I think is is starting to rear. Its head just a little bit here on the East Coast. What are the chances that you're provincial election earlier. This year is a microcosm of what will happen to the federal liberals in Newfoundland and Labrador which were a complete sweep last time yeah and that's always the question you know. How much can we really read it into provincial politics to federal politics. you know it's it's. It's it's not a one to one ratio. There's we'll see how that plays out but I I wrote a story. Worry about this. about you know we can have of course online that talking to pollster. Don Mills Search Area Whatnot and the way that he phrased in terms of whether or not the liberals can sweep across Atlantic on to Canada with all thirty two seats He said that there's zero percent chance that happened on October hangover twenty so couldn't really be more more definitive than that a you know there and in Newfoundland Labrador everyone is kind of pointing at Saint John's east as as really Kinda main battleground. Perhaps even the only battleground. I think the Liberals will still see some success here in Oakland lambreau because we I have never in our history sent sent no liberals. There's has always been at least one liberal. That's insane from Labrador to up to Ottawa but we've sent all seven easier as liberals at twice in our history so there might I don't to be one opportunity Lucy. you know an interesting thing about about. Saint John's is that it's a direct rematch from two thousand sixteen election Harris Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's it's a one to one Nick Whale on it is the incumbent and in two thousand fifteen he beat Jack Harris who was a he was first elected in nineteen eighty seven that he lost real quick in the in the election after that and then he was years for the as the DP leader in the province and became the d. n. p. once again. I believe in two thousand eight hundred I elected and and now they're just having another crack at it. You know in John's east. I remember Canada conventional wisdom at the time which I guess didn't turn out to be completely wise was saying that Saint John's was was the most safe seat in the country for the new Democrats on the federal scale and then you so yeah yeah there was another really tight race so at the time in two thousand fifteen Ryan cleary was was was the incumbent for the MVP going up against the shameless regan whose name we all know much more on the federal a federal thing these days so any kind of went all in on Ryan cleary and maybe kind of forgot about it was just a little bit but this around it does not look like they are forgetting about checkers. You know Jagmeet facing was here before the election was even called so they really seem to be kind of investing there so you know in this province if any district is going to not be liberal liberal by the time October twenty first. It's probably John's east but you know nick. Whale is not going to go down without a fight no question about that so what makes Newfoundland and Labrador because we're doing this with all of the provinces what makes Newfoundland Labrador different from the other Atlantic provinces first of all but from from voters and the rest of the country to the biggest thing for us is that most of the people who live in Newfoundland Labrador live on the island of Newfoundland and most of us who live in Newfoundland live on kind of the northeast avalon which which is you know I'm I'm speaking to you from Saint John's right now which is really about as like it. If you're going to look at what the geography tells you it's as though everyone in on the island roofing like gathered as far away from mainland Canada as humanly possible which is essential for something but yeah which you know we'll we'll get back to that one but the fact that we are such big island really doesn't make us unique. I guess be is obviously an island is in the it's in the name but we you know we really are massive expensive land with a with a with a relatively small population by five hundred twenty five thousand people according in the two thousand sixteen sentences counter counted here and one particular thing that makes us unique across the country is that that population is going down the demographics of Newfoundland Labrador. We are getting older faster than anybody else. I believe that the the average population or the average age of newfoundlander right now is like forty six years old and by twenty forty. That's GonNa that's GONNA go up to above above fifty yeah. It's you know so we're getting older and the fertility rate is is is downward. We're dying faster than we are being born for one thing and then on top of that to oil downturn turn in say twenty two thousand fourteen twenty fifty and really really hit this province hard we in the last provincial budgets and twenty eighteen. We made a billion dollars off oil and gas. Ask and you know that's that's all guests are inter. Inter the royalties one for the government you know and that's on a pretty average price of oil. You Know Beckon Twenty before early two thousand twelve twenty fourteen or something like that. was you know we're looking at over one hundred dollars for a barrel also so my God we had money and now we don't so we have people people who are literally dying and not being replaced and people are leaving so the demographic challenges for Newfoundland Labrador really what's it's top of mind. I think that at this point. How does that impact what voters want from their government. What are they looking for right. Now that other younger younger more prosperous provinces might not well. This is a maybe a little bit of Jason here but but but but the main thing that we're looking for I think right now is is support from the federal government when it comes to Muskrat falls because that's the other thing that makes particularly unique in the country you know we talk about large hydroelectric dams you. I heard a sightsee and whatnot but but Muskrat falls was started by the provincial government or sanctioned in two thousand ten and at the time that the the sanction to the to the population or the the number that was put out there for the cost was six point two billion dollars. Not You know not a small chunk of change at the time for a prophet to five hundred thousand people now. It's twelve point seven billion dollars and there's a real risk that electricity bills in this province are going to double as a result of this and you you know the provincial government people were trying to work in trying to figure out how to how to prevent that from happening and one of the direct ask that. I think it was a little while ago. The finance minister just made a direct call just before the election actually the finance minister. Tom Osborne made a direct call to all party. Leaders saying we need money. We need about two hundred million dollars a year from the federal government a direct federal subsidy to Newfoundland Labrador's power bills in addition to about another half billion dollars annually that the that the province is going to have to come up with on its own court to try to to try to keep electricity rates down but but you know we need a commitment of two hundred million dollars.

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"ryan cleary" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"ryan cleary" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Welcome back to another interview segment. Joining me tonight as always my stalwart companion who's face. I can actually see which is kinda creepy lucky Dr Jason lives can what has happened. Jalen? Hey, folks. How are you? Hi, folks. Hi, folks. Thanks for joining the show. Also joining us tonight, a guy who's been on the show like a million times, a guy that we run into the Chicago midwinter almost every year, a guy that is basically the favourite of everyone in podcast land, Dr Richardson Blat ridge was happening starting out the podcast with lies lies. I heard lots of them. There is integrating your ally. Was when you asked me to come on the other day was very surprised in always excited. So we have lots to talk about as always because basically retro glad is like he's like, just a walking podcast. You can just put him on this guy in, in whatever he says is gonna make a good. It's a good show, this high school superlative. So a couple things I wanted to ask you about Dr Rosenblatt. I actually you are like the guy who started this got you started to Sirak study club in Chicago. It really shows our age a little bit. When you actually go back as far as you actually started the study club. When did you start your like the first time you started the study club was dragging brandy? The metro. Though, sweet checked loved it. My started in November of two thousand four I believe that Hosh. Yeah. They had Sarah back, then I bought it in, in awe. We got it in August of two thousand three. Yeah. Dos based it was. I would started on a Commodore sixty four us like several floppy disks to get the thing to run slash run Sarah, so you started the study club in two thousand four got you are old. I mean I'm old too, but you are definitely old. So basically, you start to study club out of necessity because you wanted to talk about Sarah, and you wanted you wanted to get people to go that we're doing this things that right? Yeah. I I started it for two. I started anything I may have said this on a podcast in the past. But if I didn't all I'll just admit it again, 'cause it always makes me laugh is. I started the podcast for two reasons. This is pre Sark doctors pre any kind of really like a cohesive training. That was the Saric back then was kind of the wild wild west yet was. Yes, in there wasn't a lot of training. I was we were like the thirty seventh office in Chicago to have a Serik. I think or something like that when we bought it in two thousand and three so I wanted I wanted to get like minded. Together. I figured it would be a cool thing to do that. I wanted to learn how to lecture a little bit, I figured, I've always wanted to teach. So let me get up. Maybe I'll do a lecture and I'll get some lecture some local people, but would end up really wanted to do. It was Harrison restarting training center, like right after I did it at or someone to start a training center. And I thought I deserved to be the trainer there. And so my office wasn't necessarily a full-time Patterson office. So, and so two understanding they hire trainers that were users and use their services and great. But I got mad and I you know, me, I'm always gonna get what I want. So I had to figure out a way to back door my way in. And so I got to study club big enough, and I invited Roddy McLeod out a couple years later, to when he was running the software beta testing program, and he's like, dude, this study clubs huge back in two thousand it was about six when, when I had him come out and, and the huge study clubs like fifty people, you know, I know now. That's. Tiny. But at the time fifty Syracuse all getting together fifty people interested in Cirque was probably what she's like. So you want be a beta tester. I'm like, shrouded with that is mature sounds great. And so they brought me on into beta test, or no six. And then once I started to do that and got in with Rona than they kind of got forced to hire me, as, as a basic trainer, which is what I wanted in the first place. So it was always a method to Madison doing it, but I love it was it was really one of these kind of labor laws when I did it initially. I, I really wanted to learn I, I was all about the learning aspect. I must listen. I've been doing CEO long time as far as just taking classes, you know, one of mean you go back, how many years seven that means your don't tone back in the day. I mean I got I got dental tone two thousand two you already there. And you and I, I mean one of the first things when I bought my office in two thousand seven I didn't have any money to do. See in. I wanted to do that clues. In course so I reach out to milkers and had it in my little off. Office in, you came out, frankly came out and own. Gosh. There were a lot of people are people in in. It was it was a very funny in the first the first night of lecture was in your basement at your house. Yes. It was. It was awesome. Like, like I remember I was running late. I was like, oh, man, I thought he's been d- trouble, and I go in, like you had pizza and people were like just sitting in jeers, and he like, had Mike had, like a little flip board of paper like in literally, the, the first part of the lectures, you know, the first night was just lecture and it was in your basement. That was pretty bold. Yup. I mean, listen, I didn't have any room in that have any money to get electroplating had room yet. Ruined your basement. There you go. Basements size so that worked out. Good. So yes, and that when I think about kind of all the how much I love doing C E in that kind of stuff, I just really wanted to do this, and then as I became then Cirque doctor started in six and my study club is growing, and then we got a new Serik specialist, and my Cirque specialists time his name is Ryan cleary Ryan was amazing. And so every time he would sell Serik he would send me an Email, and I would send an Email back to the user that just bought a machine welcomed into the serach study club and that these are the days, we Mead and this is what we do, and we look forward to having you. So we just organically grew that thing with every sale, every year by the time I stopped doing the study club in two thousand seventeen I think we let me see. It's nineteen. I think I did it sought the at the end of two thousand seventeen I stopped. The study club, we had five hundred eighty three members on my study, man were, and are they were they all Sarah, people were or was Serik or Serik Syra curious. If. You know, also either users or the maybe team members were in on that study club list, potentially, but for the most part, they were all Sarah users. Wow. That's I mean that's that's like kinda kinda concert traded cheer side CAD Cam goodness. If I've ever heard of that's amazing. And I knew I knew you had the huge club. I didn't realize it was really that big. I am curious. I want, I want you to go way back to I want you to go back to when you got your serach. So you're saying two thousand three. Okay. So this was even before, Sarah three D software. This was this was this, the red Cam right at the three D. So when we went to mid winner, and we saw the serach three hours witness OC at a practice in downtown Chicago. And when we saw that three D tooth spinning around on the screen, my boss, and he was a real techy guy. And he was like, all I get it now, basically, and then, one of the main like groups of Serik happened to practice, ten minutes, south of where I live, and he invited us to his office, and we watched him do a he did. There was a patient of the gold crown with the Kanner Neath, and it was to number twenty I'll never forget it. And he went in there. He said all right, we're just gonna take a picture of this tooth before we cut it off. 'cause the crowns in great shape, and we're gonna copy it, and we're gonna millet it out at of vita porcelain and we're gonna put it in and fifty minutes later, the guy walked out with a perfect look in crown, and I was like okay that was the coolest thing I've ever seen. What does happen the Boston right over to the rep and said, all right? Let's just get the paperwork done knows it and then was that's my journey. Start that day. So you're an associate in the office in. He bought it and you guys both kind of started using it together at the same time. Right. That's kind of cool. So, right. From the very beginning you were collaborating because it's not like you were alone in this thing. No, it shows up in your office. What do I do? Next actually had someone you, can you could like play around with it. Yeah, for sure. And he said he was a pretty techie guy. But I was the one that like even before I started the study club, this weird, like we I was me and a couple of local guys got together and one of them was the guy who we went for. A demo at office before there was like any kind of it was like, one eight hundred dentist was what kind of gave us this idea was? We were gonna start. We started pooling money together on a monthly basis. So we started a Bank account, and everyone started putting it on a monthly basis almost like a layaway program, where we would just wanted to get enough cash in the account, and then we hired a marketing agency to come in and create a marketing campaign for us TV ads radio. We were going to basically hire a call center, and we would be able to kind of field. Somebody would call in one visit crown you give them your zip code one of us, whoever was the closest one would get the call in, it was, you know, we really had this whole thing kind of planned out, and then a couple of people got spooked and then back down we ended up not doing it. And that's when I kind of focus my energy, on the study club, interesting interns. Dennis always have as good ideas to join together just seems to hit the fan of time. We are that way. That's kinda true. Yeah. I mean I had thought I had some really pretty good visionary ideas with one of the guidance. It just I think everybody wants that to see the money right away. And I don't blame them. Listen. I was in associate what the hell that I know. But, but it was it was a cool experience in it in a made. But it made me realize how much I really wanted to succeed in this for my practice in just how much it really was kind of I really found the one thing in this industry, that was really singing the me early on in my career. That's really cool. When did you graduate from dental ninety seven? Oh, yeah. So did I. Okay. So I mean you got into this really early like like early enough that, that's I mean you were you were a very young practitioner that point. And you had pre residency in finish that ninety eight practice one year in, like in mystic seaport Connecticut area right around there for year. And then moved out in nine. Nine and started working at the end of night summer of ninety nine started working at this job and stayed there for over ten years as an associate. Okay. So you had your Serik you and you're your an associate with the guy had Sirak in the Serik was at that point, it was the, it was the red Cam that, right? Yup. And it was powder..

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"ryan cleary" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"ryan cleary" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Nineteen one while supplies last predictions. That solutions apply. See store for details. Six traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Chicago title and trust company years strength Ericsson. Some good news the outside of the Kennedy at the junction reopened at least the right lane right now, you can get by and between the area the junction about Lawrence. You've got just the right lane getting through but you're getting through now. So it's gonna take you about twenty four minutes to get out to here. Obviously slow from the junction to Lawrence pretty much Harlem, really some roadwork going on. And then you're free to go. The inbound side is slow from Harlem to Lawrence's well twenty three it's from O'Hare ten from the junction eight and express again lanes. Well, the right lane is open at the junction on the outbound. Kennedy again, Edens looks good at nineteen between lake cook. And the Kennedy junction. Now, the Eisenhower twenty nine three downtown sixteen for Mannheim. Backout is good at twenty nine three ninety as well fifty five in the Stevenson holding up. Well, the Dan Ryan cleary in outside. The main lines will be no k the express lanes though, you're pushed back into the locals at fifty nine. That's because of a crash the express in fifteen minutes from downtown to ninety seven the Bishop Ford are okay drive north and southbound no issues tristate Adams Reagan Veterans Memorial looking good as well as route fifty three and three ninety northwest, Indiana. Still quiet so eating before urea toll. I sixty five you will find some media told delays later anyway on and off between the West Point pas, both directions, the Indianapolis boulevard area that ongoing construction in place until the middle of this month. Get traffic whether together on the it's every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven eighty five point nine FM the WBZ AccuWeather forecast. We've got mostly sunny skies today, a high of seventy three mostly cloudy skies tonight, a low of fifty three.

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"ryan cleary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"ryan cleary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For warning thank you all know problem milk romano hey about every time i call you i wish i had my own bumper song you know a lawyer the great guy the wonderful caller you'll something like that well can do see we can reach all to quit point and i wanna be i personally lepers point is relying upon younger healthier people to pay into the system spread the hurt across the country was young people do because a healthy i'm john i don't even care my automobile i'm not going to bind that program one thing that's the hall ryan cleary right there well um hours but one thing i do see personally upfront is that really a healthcare system long you're a veteran and you will you on eligible the headed we eight hard cover call bomb obscure leafy here you covered that now what happened is that i see it every day people are crowded into the system now these are generally healthy veterans that would otherwise not shuttle the door va but they still aren't right but now they're going to the system and no extra money or capacity was built in the system so what they're doing it is crowding out an already crowded broken the system well i i certainly you know more about it than i do that's a sad thing to hear right but i mean there are eligible for god bless earned here in the right but once again these abuser younger healthier people i go there all the time because i'm a disabled veteran and i see it.

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