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"scott barnes" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"To Florida today to meet with the governor and see the destruction caused by a Trump co -defendant in the Georgia election case pleading not guilty to racketeering and conspiracy charges Kenna Chesebro who is charged with orchestrating the so -called fake electors scheme pleaded not guilty and waived his arraignment in a criminal case a three -year -old North Carolina boy dead after being shot by his five -year -old brother police say the shooting shooting happened in Statesville on Thursday when the older brother apparently found a loaded gun in a car the order has flown to a hospital in Winston -Salem where he died of head injuries investigators haven't identified the victim and it's unclear if any charges would be filed other stories were looking at here this morning it's giving update on the wildfire activity here around the state the college complex that cropped up last weekend and the Gifford Pinchot national forest between Mount Rainier and the Columbia River has now grown to more than 40 small fires totaling about 400 acres that's Elisa's latest word we have in a statement here from the US Forest Service the fires fires ignited August 25th by a lightning storm some 294 personnel battling those fires late block discovered august 28th nine miles southeast of Bellingham's burn 45 acres still Blue Lake fire the blaze about 53 miles west of Olmec has grown to a thousand acres as of Thursday 31 percent containment the dome peak fire this is a northeast of Mount Baker national forest uncontained as of Thursday holding steady just over a thousand acres where did hear confirmation both that gray fire and fire in the Spokane County area of course a great fire there at Medical Lake both confirmed as human -caused Fires if you're out about going camping and some of the national forests here in campgrounds look for signage pretty much burn bans in effect even for recreational fires it's 818 right now and then there were only two schools left in the once mighty PAC -12 conference bill Swartz on what's next for a pair of Northwest land grant colleges so fight fight fight for Washington state and big volunteers character Tom Tuttle from Tacoma pretty much sums up the mood of cougar nation on this September 1st Washington in Oregon State the last PAC -12 school standing Stanford in California accepted invitations to join the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2024 the move called regrettable by Oregon State University president JF the Murphy it's not really unexpected we are prepared for it and have been thinking about it these last few weeks OSU athletic director Scott Barnes understands the hurt and frustration felt by beaver fans whether it's beaver nation our student athletes our coaches we all want clarity on this situation and so hang in there we're working 24 -7 same for Washington State University president Kirk Schulz I think it's okay to be angry I think it's okay to feel leadership including me as president somehow let us down in the room and didn't the get job done to put us into a power conference the way maybe University of Washington or Oregon did because they play in the San Francisco market Stanford and California were attractive partners playing home games in Pullman and Corvallis not as much Scott Barnes says Oregon State does have some irons in the fire we're in a unique circumstance where we can't share a lot of information highly negotiations complex are going on Washington State's Kirk Schulz formed advisory an committee helping him and Cougars athletic director Pat Chun in an important decision one that altered crimson and gray loyalty and the way to do that is going to have people show up cheer on the student athletes and make sure that we keep the Coug experience a unique part of what we are if Washington State and Oregon State can't cobble together a new look Pac -12 they might be headed to Mountain West or American athletic conference I'm Bill Schwartz Northwest News Radio Bag Bill it's 820 here Northwest News weekend edition that we have here of your stock charge .com money in business update Jim Tesco with headlines thanks to a last -minute contract agreement its business as usual for the Victoria Clipper this weekend the ferry company and the union representing more than two dozen workers in
"scott barnes" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The S &P 500 edged up eight but the Nasdaq composite slipped three all of those indexes not solid gains for the full week be on the lookout for driverless cars General Motors self being subsidiary crews this week has been collecting data about Seattle roads and the city's hilly environment from Monday through Thursday it deployed a small group of its autonomous cars with safety drivers in them to capture real -world data about how the cars can handle the roadways rival Waymo has also been conducting tests Microsoft says it will stop packaging its team's video conferencing app with its office software in in Europe an effort to head off antitrust penalties the tech giant also said it would take steps to make it easier for competing products to work alongside software that's your money now I'm Jim chesco northwest newsradio and then were there only two schools left in the once mighty pac -12 conference bill sports on what's next for a pair of land -grant colleges volunteers care and big volunteers character Tom Tuttle from Tacoma pretty much sums up the mood of cougar nation on this september 1st washington state and oregon state the last pac -12 school standing stanford in california accepted invitations to join the atlantic coast conference in twenty twenty four the move called regrettable by oregon state university president jayatha murthy it's not really unexpected uh... we are prepared for it and have been thinking about it these last few weeks OSU athletic director scott barnes understands the hurt and frustration felt by beaver fans whether uh... it's beaver nation our student -athletes our coaches we all want clarity on this situation and so hang in we're working twenty four seven same for washington state university president kurt schultz i think it's okay be to angry i think it's uh... okay to field leadership including me as president somehow let us down in the room and didn't get job done to put us into a power conference the way maybe university washington oregon did because they play in the san francisco market stanford in california it were attractive partners playing home games in pulmon and corvallis not as much scott barnes says oregon state does have some irons in the fire we're unique circumstance where we can share a lot information uh... it's highly complex uh... negotiations are going on in into states kurt schultz formed an advisory committee helping him in cougars athletic director pat chan in an important decision one that will alter crimson and gray loyalty and the way to do that is going to have people show uh... cheer on the student athletes uh... and make sure that we keep that kook experience it's uh... unique part of what we are if washington state in oregon state camp cobble together a new look pack twelve they might be headed to mountain west or american athletic conference i'm bill s news radio northwest traffic from the big center a quick glance at fairy schedules there's a one -hour wait taking them up to clinton ferry if if your vehicle traffic leaving from the muckle to terminal half -hour delay for the seattle to bring which island ferry in the font laurie fairy is running forty minutes late our next oldest traffic
"scott barnes" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Oregon State and Washington State, what's left in the Conference of Champions. Today, Stanford and California, along with Southern Methodist, accepted invitations to join the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2024. In Corvallis, Oregon State Athletic Director Scott Barnes called the move regrettable, but not unexpected. And the Beaver Sports programs have some irons in the fire. We're in a unique circumstance where we can't share a lot of information. come to an end. It's highly complex negotiations are going on and certainly everybody Everybody wants continued clarity. Reports indicate both OSU and Washington State are in talks with the Mountain West and American athletic conferences. All of that and college football schedules kick off tomorrow for the WSU Cougars at Colorado State. Washington has a 1230 home game against Boise State. Tonight the Mariners launch a key road trip against the New York Mets. With 29 games left to go in regular the season Seattle shares the A .L. West lead with Houston. Jared Kelnick went one for three in a seniors injury rehab assignment. Tacoma tonight hosts Sugar Land again. Sports with sports at 40 10 and after the hour. Northwest News Radio. It's now 2 12. Dangerous rip currents are forcing the closure of some East Coast beaches on one of the busiest holiday weekends of the year. ABC's Dave Packer reports. Huge waves and dangerous rip currents along the entire U .S. East Coast this Labor Day weekend. A factor of Atlantic storms getting the blame. Hurricane Franklin is churning in the Atlantic along with the remnants of Hurricane Adelia and Tropical Storm Jose all bringing storm surges in North Carolina. Waves could be as high as 11 feet. Dangerous rip currents which can pull swimmers out to sea forcing the closure of ocean beaches on New York's Long Island. In Maine waves could top seven feet. Dave Packer, ABC News. If you're hosting a family gathering this holiday weekend you'll notice it's going to cost a lot more than last for year some of those barbecue staples. Come before Steve McCarron breaks down the surprising numbers. Walk down any grocery store ahead of the upcoming holiday weekend. You're likely going to feel some sticker shock as you cross things off your list. The price for zucchini is about 16 % higher than a year ago. Potato chips up 12%. Soda and ketchup about 5 % more and hamburgers up 4%. For a lot of folks who have been riding this wave I think a lot of folks become have a little more desensitized to the ups and downs of the pricing changes and so I think if most folks want celebrate to Labor Day with a barbecue they're going to do it anyway. But data analyst Dallin Hatch tells me there are ways some to save organize a potluck instead of doing everything yourself. Use products you already have on hand or buy off -brand products at the store instead of those big names that often cost you more. Thankfully Hatch says inflation is starting to slow on many of the goods that we all buy. The net net here is that you know I think we're entering into what will eventually be a new normal probably more steady pricing wherever that lands and slower increases of pricing. According to e -commerce accelerator pattern which looked at online pricing data mostly from Seattle based Amazon you may have a cheaper time hitting campsites and trails this Labor Day instead of hosting that barbecue. you. The cost of water purifiers down about 11 % compared to a year ago. Hiking boots down 9%. Tents about 5 % less and headlamps and hammocks seeing overall drops too. The key takeaway here is if you want to get outside this Labor Day weekend you're you're going to find a cheaper time getting the supplies to do that and also there's chance a you may see fewer people out on the trail. The weather for those outdoor excursions should be perfect for at least one this day weekend. Just remember to play it safe. Steve LaCara. Come on in. At 2 14 it's time to check the roads from the high -performance homes traffic center. Here's Kimmy Klein In Seattle watch her new crash being reported on the eastbound 520 exit to Montlake. It's a little crowded heading away from I 5 there westbound 520 though is what's busy for Montlake trying to get onto I 5 because I 5 is so slow especially in the southbound direction anywhere between Northgate and I 90. On the east side southbound 405 is heavy the whole between stretch 520 and sunset in Renton. We're also very slow today getting between Everton Marysville on north I'm 5
"scott barnes" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Southern activist accepted invitations to join the atlantic coast conference in twenty twenty four in corvallis oregon state state athletic director scott barnes called the move regrettable but not unexpected and the beaver sports cams has some irons in the fire there were a unique circumstance where we can share a lot of information uh... it's highly complex uh... negotiations are going on and everybody wants uh... continued clarity reports indicate both o -s -u and washington state are talks in with the mountain west and american athletic conferences all of that in college football schedules kick off tomorrow for the ws u cougars at colorado state washington has a twelve thirty home game against boise c state tonight the mariners launch a key road trip against the new york met's with twenty nine games left to the go in regular season seattle shares the a l west lead with houston jared kelnick went one for three mariners in injury rehab assignment to comment tonight host sugar land again sports with sports at the ten and forty after the hour northwest newsradio around here you might say we have a taste for adventure and that goes just right with the freshest you get from q f c to help you feed your own adventure q f c love fresh love local love free pickup restrictions may apply enjoy fresh double savings boneless on certified angus beef your favorite cuts or buy one get one free with your card qfc love fresh love local love delivery restrictions apply you love him or you hate him what's that surprises guess that depends on the kind of surprise how about a surprise present good surprise how about a leaky water heater surprise bad surprise what about a backed up drink no thanks how about how about we get back to the good surprises this come may as a surprise another we make bad surprises go away because you're apollo plumbing
"scott barnes" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Okay, Jen, I know you're doing the headlines today, which I'm very excited about. But I wanted to talk about, you know, there's like all these newsletters, so many newsletters. You can not keep up. I could spend my whole day just reading news feathers. That's actually how I'd like to spend my days. It's like we got rid of magazines and instead we have ten newsletters read. Can you put all of my favorite newsletters into this thing that's paper that I can carry with me and be feel relaxed and sit outside by a pool and read? What is this invention? I believe it's called a magazine. You know what? They might do that. Somewhat idiot is going to be like, what if we put them all together? It's an IRL virtual newsletter. We're gonna buy them and sell advertising. Genius. But you can hold it. Oh my God. A physical copy. Oh my God, I'm gonna kill myself. Okay, ready? So here is this one newsletter. What's on newsletter? It's like, I'm probably gonna misrepresent it and they're gonna get mad. But Lauren Sherman, who is a fantastic writer, and she went to she was at business of fashion. She really covers fashion, but now she's like at this place called Pak and I was like big news and now she's like writing about fashion under Pak. And she's put out a few pieces already and this one is about law roach and says law roach and the red carpet pilling of this red carpet pilling of the just hit me for the first time of this styling industry. So we know that law roach who is like a famous stylist loudly quit, not quite quit. That's even funnier. Yeah, hire me, someone. For your IRL paper and whose letters must say maybe hey, maybe you could be one of the biggest editors at a magazine gem, my headline skills are going away. Oh my God. Okay, so yes, he said he was retiring. He was only keeping Zendaya as his client and he's had enough of the whole fashion machine, the celebrity PR brand machine that is styling. Yeah, so he's like a real personality, right? Yeah, he put like an Instagram he wrote like retired with one of those kind of stamp font things. Anyway, he said her whole thing is like he wrote his behavior in front of the camera and his alleged behavior behind the scenes says a lot about the state of celebrity styling today and what a messy sorted, unfair business it can be. So it's a really good story. Again, she's a really talented, great reporter. I'm just curious and this is not like leading or like, I have nothing juicy to say at the end of this, so it's kind of like a weird item. But I'm dying for something like this to come out with beauty. Like, when is the beauty moment going to come out? The equivalent of the glam squat, someone on the glam squad is going to have a falling out with drama behind it. Because this was quite the last time I can think of that happening is like, I remember when Scott Barnes and J.Lo, is that what you're going to think? A way to bring it back Jen. But that's sort of rocked the industry because it was a quieter time and she was one of the few celebrities that made her behind the scenes glam squad well known to her fans. Yes. So when they stopped working together, I mean, I don't know any real juice on that. I would never dare breathe a word because I don't have any facts. All I know is to be so major that you don't have to worry about finances. You don't have to worry about annoying a brand or celebrity. You're literally done working to give us the real scoop on what it's like to be as a member of a glam squad these days and have to say, wow, I'm the makeup artist and I work with TK brand like Chanel, but you are the face and you're the contracted face of Valentino makeup. So how do we make that work? Which is a thing that happens all the time. You have to be willing to just say goodbye forever. Well, if there is a makeup or hairstyles out there who wants to come on fat mascara and give us the or as we like to call it the rat mascara, which is the podcast we're going to do in this one's done where we tell you everything. Come on and tell us what it is. 29.99 per episode. Per episode. I hear you. You're right. We haven't heard that from the beauty side of things. And all that, those same concerns come into play, which are managing brand partnerships, friendships, when business relationships turn to friendships, high stakes events, and how stressful they can be. Yeah, and I don't know the answer to this. I wonder if beauty is more political than fashion. I really would value anyone's or if they're the same. I don't know, and almost always working like a fashion slash beauty like adjacent title or business. And I still kind of can't tell. So, yeah, and how many guests have we had on when we asked them why they decided to focus on beauty as part of their career. We've heard this again and again, the beauty people are just nicer. They find it easier to an easier environment to work in. So maybe that extends to this conversation that you were just talking about that law roach wrote up brought up and that Lawrence Sherman brought up in her newsletter. Yes. Or is that a newsletter? I'm sorry, puck. But yeah, if anyone has any insight and I'm joking around, I don't expect you to call in and be like, you know who's an ass, but insight into just this tip line. Call us on the tip line. Well, you know, the anonymous 646-481-8182. What? That's how they do it at the FBI. To do more, certainly is doing quite well with all this. But mascara tip line, 646-481-8182. Yeah, let us know. I'm curious how these relationships are working and yeah, I don't know. Social say about that. Yeah, anyway. I'm going to take us upbeat before I also have a little bit of plucky upbeat. I was plenty. No, no, but it was like skin, scantily, is the word. That's coming to mind. Provocative. Provocative. Provocative, scantily, is not a word. Yeah. Provocative, Jess. Well, then I'll keep it provocative actually. This just in hot trend for spring, the reverse money piece. Oh, Jesus Christ. So this is a hair color trend.
"scott barnes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All right, Charlie, thank you so much. I want to get back to our guests. Jonathan Rothwell, principal economist at Gallup, still with us on the phone from Washington, D.C. Scott. Barnes is general manager of training at Amazon Web Services to with us on the phone from Seattle. And we're talking about the clad we're talking about cloud skills. We're talking about what's needed. So I mean, what are the initiatives that you, as a result of working with Gallup, doing a survey doing some research, what are the initiatives that you guys are thinking about to make sure that you have the right skilled workforce? Yes, it was a couple of things starting with kind of broad based. We announced in 2020 our intent to train 29 million people in cloud skills for free by the year 2025, we're making great progress against that and that's a whole bunch of different programs that are accessible really to anyone with an Internet connection and an interest in learning. So digital courses and other programs that are designed to help folks get the skills they need to be successful. I think on the other end of the spectrum, we're trying to bring really compelling experiences to our customers to help land those skills. So we launched as an example, a video game earlier this year where learners actually are in an open world environment, getting hands on keyboard building services on AWS can understanding in real world scenarios. How they might apply these skills on the job. So it's a really diverse portfolio, trying to meet learners where they are. Hey, Jonathan, how much of a gap do we have here when it comes to skills fluency in the U.S.? I mean, I mean, how bad is it? We hear about this all the time, and we hear about it a lot in the context of companies looking for employees. But what about big picture when it comes to economic development and kind of keeping up with the world? Well, one way to quantify is look at vacancies relative to the number of workers looking for jobs. And by that measure, it's the hardest to fill line of work in the economy. And that's consistent with rising wages for software developers, people with digital skills, people with cloud architecture skills. And that certainly shows up in our data and our global survey we found that in high income countries, you get basically $30,000 more in annual salary if you have advanced digital skills compared to people who don't use digital skills. In terms of how the U.S. stacks up, what was I think one of the more interesting findings that came out of this is that there's a very high percentage of workers around the world and many middle income countries that have advanced digital skills and those countries are investing heavily in the companies that are going there or being started up there. Investing heavily in many cases in digital skills and you see that you see those benefits not only for the workers, but for those companies where the likelihood that they introduced a new product is roughly twice as high if the company uses advanced digital workers compared to just basic digital workers. If they run most of their business on the cloud, they're also much more likely to say they introduced a new product. And revenue growth is much more likely to be higher. We found other things. So huge benefits to both companies and workers. All around the world. Well, it's interesting. And I thought the research that you guys did together, and I'm just reading from a release, advanced digital skills like cloud architecture and software development at an estimated $6.3 trillion annually to global gross domestic product and organizations with high levels of digital skill usage report annual revenues that are approximately a 168% higher than companies that do not use digital skills. So saving some final thoughts, Scott, for you. I mean, I think about our audience, it's an investing audience. We increasingly Tim, I feel like every conversation we have, we talk about the digital world and the skills that are needed. So what do you think our audience kind of needs to keep in mind, Scott? Well, I think that they want to evaluate the ways in which companies they care about are taking care of their customers and really when we think about the metrics that matter for digital businesses that kind of mean time to value for introducing new products and new features, the ability to listen to customers and respond quickly is really a key metric for success. And of course, all the other parts of the business matter. But in order to do that, if you're going to be successful in reducing time to value, you've got to have fluency across the organization on digital, right? Everyone needs to speak the same language. Then you've got to invest in the people you have. The folks that have been in technology for their whole lives, but now need a new toolkit to be successful in today's digital world. And on the cloud. Well, and I think about the programs you're doing and we constantly keep talking about people going out to the workforce and then getting training as they go so that they meet the demands of what employers need. Hey guys, thank you so much. Have a great weekend. Jonathan Rothwell, principal economist at Gallup, joining us from the nation's capital and Scott barneson, general manager of training at Amazon Web Services on the phone from Seattle. I want to get back to a top story right now. Yeah, we're following a report from Dow Jones that says that Rupert Murdoch is exploring recombining Fox corp and News Corp.. We say recombining because he split them apart back in 2013, so I guess you could say potentially what's old is new again. We've got Bloomberg news entertainment editor Chris Paul Mary on the phone from Los Angeles right now. Chris, give us some historical context here. Why, you know, less than a decade after breaking up these assets and sending the print to one and sort of TV and entertainment assets to another. And yes, a lot has happened in that time in the last 9 years. A media company such as News Corp. and a Rupert Murdoch. Look at recombining these assets. Well, those two businesses have changed a lot in those 9 years. The original idea was the print was having a lot of trouble. All of the online ads were disappearing. And the growth engine was capable TV and Fox News and so the idea was to separate that and then get that higher value for that business. And then the Murdochs tried to grow that again. They need to run against Time Warner, which was ultimately unsuccessful. And after that, the whole, they felt they weren't big enough at Fox to compete with Disney's and Netflix's in that. And so they sold most of their entertainment assets to Disney. And then it became a very different business. It was really just Fox News, Fox broadcast score really just focused on news and sports. And so at the same time, the News Corp. business actually was revived. The Wall Street Journal was one of a handful of newspapers that has really seen significant growth in digital subscriptions. And so and they've also diversified they bought out access to real estate in realtor
"scott barnes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Flash. All right, Charlie, thank you and Charlie mentioned a jury in the niccolo founder, his fraud trial reaching a verdict. We're talking about Trevor Milton's criminal fraud trial reaching that verdict. Milton 40 is charged with two counts of securities fraud two counts of wire fraud for misleading investors about the electric truck companies prospects. Yeah, just once again, worth repeating Nikola founder Trevor Milton, guilty of defrauding investors. The jury has reached a verdict, and that is the verdict Carol. All right, so just wanted to give you an update. All right, you might remember back in late June, maybe maybe not red burn limited an analyst to Alex hassell noted that Amazon's cloud storage business was on course for 3 trillion in value almost triple what the whole company was worth at the time and the stock market. Global demand for cloud, we know continues to grow and that means demand two for workers in all aspects of that space. So with that in mind, Amazon Web Services work with the Gallup organization about the digital workspace. So we wanted to hear a little bit more about their findings. So with us on that is Jonathan Rothwell, he is principal economist at Gallup. He joins us on the phone from Washington, D.C., Scott barneson, is general manager of training at Amazon Web Services, and he is with us on the phone in Seattle. Guys, I want to talk about this collaboration and the findings, but before we do so, every leader that comes on our air right now, we've got to ask about the macro environment. Jonathan, you're the principal economist at Gallup. How would you describe today's macro environment in the biggest concerns? Well, I think the labor market continues to be strong and those reports have been great. So obviously inflation is what everybody's worried about at this point. And my view is that it was largely caused by at first excess spending in response to COVID-19. And then exacerbated by the crisis in Russia and Ukraine. Hopefully those things will start to wear off as the fed raises interest rates and we can have a smooth landing, but really that's just my best guess of where things are going at this point. Hey Scott, I want to bring you into this conversation, Scott Barnes, berenson, general manager of training at Amazon Web Services. I mean, this is something that you have to think about too when you're making decisions about hiring people when you're making decisions about expanding and growing your team. How are you thinking about the economy right now? Well, the thing is, none of us have the ability to predict the future. And so it's really right now about focusing on the areas where you're going to get a return on investment kind of minimizing unnecessary risk and what we see from our customers as well as frankly our own planning is having highly trained skilled workers. Is your best path to success through uncertainty, right? They're the ones building products, your customers care about finding opportunities to operate more efficiently. In short, helping your bottom line through kind of navigating these rocky times. Well, Scott, what are you hearing from customers right now or what's getting to you from customers Caroline, talk a lot about this with executives at big companies, how they're thinking about tech spend and how they're thinking about spending right now. What can you tell us about why you're hearing from them? Well, I think the last couple of years have really highlighted the fact that every company is now a digital company. And if they didn't recognize that before the pandemic, it all of a sudden was a new reality. And so those investments are really coming in the way in the form of how do we innovate faster in this market where our competitors are investing in digital skills and technology to get closer to customers, reduce time to market. And customers expect it, right? So I think that's front and center. How do we deliver near term customer value while maintaining that operational efficiency? And frankly, this isn't a trend that will reverse, right? If it's just accelerated through the pandemic and we see that carrying through going forward. All right, just want to mention, we're going to get back to our conversation in a moment, but just crossing and I'm seeing this on Twitter as well. Robert Murdoch exploring combining Fox corp and News Corp.. This is coming from Dow Jones. We're talking with Jonathan Rothwell, principal economist at Gallup, Scott Barnes and general manager of training at Amazon Web Services. So Jonathan, come on back into the conversation. Tell us what Scott and the team at AWS came to you and said, hey, listen, we want to find out more information when it comes to the cloud and the digital world and the kind of workers that are needed. Yeah, so it was a really ambitious project. We ended up serving 30,000 workers in 19 countries and those countries represent two thirds of global GDP. So largest economies in the world, India, China, UK, Germany, U.S., among them. And in addition, we interviewed 90 9000 hiring managers. People who oversee the hiring of digital workers as well as other workers throughout their organizations. And the core questions are what happens to companies when they adopt digital technologies. How does that affect their innovation, their productivity, the revenue growth? And what kinds of income premium do we see for workers who have digital skills and how does that vary across these markets? And what are the aggregative aggregate effects on GDP both at those country levels and then globally? And we were able to answer, I think in a pretty interesting and novel way, all of those questions in the report. Hey, Jonathan, I just want to stick with you for the last 30 seconds, then we're going to come back with you for more. What do you see as far as some of those numbers that you can share with us about the way that this type of technical knowledge can actually help increase GDP or help bridge a skills gap or knowledge gap in the country? Well, just to give you a flavor of some of the findings, we found that digital skills globally contribute $18.5 trillion. And the benefits to individual workers are quite large. We differentiated between
"scott barnes" Discussed on Daily Pop
"I don't want to have the shiny face. How to wait a second hold it. Wait, wait a second. Wait a second. Let's find out a little bit. I want to dig in here just a little bit. How do you tell yourself? What do you say to your face? 'cause I need that skill. I sweat in the face. I just tell myself, don't sweat in the face. Yeah. Yeah. I've done it. I've done it. I've done it. Okay, so listen, hear me out on this. So right out of high school, I got rent on Broadway and so I played this drag queen named angel, so you have a wig full makeup and a Santa suit in July and I brought with theater with hot lights. So, oh there, there's a picture of me after today for you. I literally, you're wearing all this after a big number, and you just don't want your makeup to run. Somehow magically of the course of the 5 years I did the show, I would, oh, there's Jill Scott before we knew her as Jill said. Yeah. She literally, I would be sweaty everywhere on the body. And I got to a place where I could not, I don't know if it's a mind of a matter of things. So I have two questions. Yes, sir. My first one is, was that before or after the Botox? Because I'm pretty sure if you have enough of that, is it spouse and things? No, it was before. I was 18. And the second thing is, there's enough foundation on there to spackle a house together. And actually was the era of, I don't know if you know this was a tip, Scott Barnes, you see, milk a magnesium. Yeah. They would use that as a primer. Just stay. I do it now. I do it now. Do you have a unique talent? No, I mean, no, I wish I could tell myself to not sweat or do something like weirdly unique like that. But no, no, I sweat my feet hurt. Like I can't like mind over matter or something like that. It just happened. What's your point? What's your party trick? This is a talent as much as like a 6th sense. I would say it's more of a 6th sense. Okay. Like I immediately know. Okay. I don't care if it's like a pack of gum or like a car wash. I like whatever. The minute I swipe my card and I go over my own mental monthly budget, I immediately feel broke. And I know that I have to pull back. Because the little things add up. But I know the minute it goes approved, I know I'm like, oh, that one sent me over. But I think that's pretty normal. I mean, would I check in my bank account? No. You don't want to do that. No, no, no, no, no, no. No. I don't know when that's going to go away, though, because Eva ebbs and flows in work and like your budget and stuff can always change even at my even at like what I'm really killing it financially. Sometimes for a big purchase, I will still feel the anxiety of like, oh my God, he's gonna go through and it could be something like it expired and they mailed you one two weeks ago, but like mentally, if you get declined one time with your credit card, scarred for the rest of your life. Well, if you grow up broke, did you grow up in a yeah. You grew up, by the way, if you grow up broke, that feeling's always gonna stick with you. Yeah. Trust and believe. Yeah. Ease math and family matters is getting real when it comes to relationships. On Sunday's upcoming episode, grant junior is ready to go public with his boyfriend. Elliot. But area might not be ready yet. I do want to take a more public kind of track as a LGBTQ advocate and on the road to being a more public, I want to do a public announcement about my sexuality..
"scott barnes" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"That seems to be the you know the question as well and then you know some people look and say. Yeah but that's really scary. Look at ben. Simmons who shoo shooting not only didn't come around in some ways it kind of regressed in philadelphia and look how he was almost unplayable in the playoffs. The mayor back on. That is the ben simmons in some ways as an outlier that way for a lot of prospects they're shot does get better. Scotty barnes actually kind of underperformed at florida state compared to what we saw in high school and he had a sort of unique role coming off the bench at florida state on a little bit more of a veteran team about what he was asked to do and not asked to do. My bigger question is is. He going to be aggressive enough. You know looking for his shot pushing pushing his own offense and not just sort of distributing and creating for others. There were times when it you wanted him to attack more at florida state than he seemed willing to attack and is that a personality thing with him or was that just again the sort of role he was asked to play it for state. That seems to be the one question. Mark that that. I have a about about scott barnes. Will he score enough in in the nba and not just the shooting but will just overall be scoring enough to make him worth the top four. That's kind of. I haven't met number four. I'm picking the draft. What do you think about that. I think it's more of a feature than a bug because he was scoring at a decent clip. I mean get a low points per game in part. Because he's coming off the bench but he he he had a lot of great highlights where he would get to the rim and create and easy shot and You know. I think you kind of want a guy who can handle make their just make the right decision whether it's passing to open shooter or hitting the the the big on the pick and roller you know finding it opening in the defense and You know getting easy bucket. So it's like whatever decision he made with the ball headed to work out. Well for the offense and i think that's the priority over making sure. The guy scores twenty points a game and i would say he probably even created a little bit more offense inside the arctic than kate cunningham in the difference is is that he just doesn't have the outside shooting so it's definitely gonna be awkward if the shot doesn't come which is the risk you're taking which is scary and you know the top three top four but if the shot comes around and he's going to be able to shoot over anybody he can handle and you can probably going to be able to shoot off the dribble to I think that kind of gives them the missing element of offensive game. that kind of round. Some out really makes him a complete overall often to stud. I think the other guy that you have. Which i think is more consensus in that. That top group is is jalen suggs. Is that right. That's the other kind of at the top of the draft that you're that you're pretty high on yes Suggs is just a good basketball players. He get basketball like you. I think you have to worry a little bit about Exactly how guilty is because he wasn't asked to run the offense fulltime against aga- so it's like kinda more marcus smart role players. Maybe you'd have jrue holiday with better for step did you. Holly is a really good player. S yet he has a better for stepping can get to the rim a little bit more. That's really nice. Let's talk about a guy that you're not as high on a guy they the pistons have taken a look at it number one. A lot of commentators have the rockets actually selecting him at number two. I don't think you have him in your top five. And that's the g. League jalen green What are your concerns about. Green as a top-five prospect in draft. I just think green is a little too one dimensional. Now i get what people like east ninety nine percentile athleticism and when he has a good scoring play. It looks incredible. He has has highlight reel is probably going to be the best highlight reel of anybody in the draft and it's very easy to be attracted to that in his shooting at Can make an open shot We'll see whether he he's just a good shooter decent shooter in the long run but he just doesn't offer enough and first of all he's really small shooting are we. Don't have his exact dimensions each. I don't know maybe six five and very skinny and he just be on defense so much. I know he's playing fringe. Nba players jillian said of college players. But i sound ridiculous. I thought albarn shangkun's like perimeter defense in containing penetration looks better than jaylen greens. Because it just seems like he just plays matador nonstop and So right off the bat. We have to worry that whatever he doesn't offense you just to give it right back on defense and then the other problem is is that the best offensive players. Nba who really give you that crazy. Offense of impact like steph. Curry james harden. They're really great. Passers too because you know that's just as important scoring so. He's not a terrible passer. I mean he can find the remain make some decent time but he's definitely definitely definitely a score for guard so small with out the passing out the defense. It's it's it's hard to see how he's really gives you that like mvp upside and you can have a lot of bad outcomes. To and i think he could be like a devon booker. Act will be which is great. You know those are all star players right but i. I don't see that like top. Ten guy counted certain. Vp it's also zach levine endeavour booker also kind of not the easiest development devon booker is in the nba finals because he has an actual mvp candidate on a seaming. Chris paul he's not the number one is the number two. Let's talk about another guy that you're not as high on davey and mitchell and i think there is definitely more of a polarizing nature to in mitchell at not everybody's on board with him going as high as seven to the warriors where we having projected to go right now. You're much more. Bearish on david mitchell than most that you said. He has the reddest flag of the top prospects in the draft. What what's your concern with david mitchell. Well first of all your six one you need to be good it off. So he has a great defensive reputation but six players are never the best defensive players in the league and his offenses not that good for twenty two year olds. He just doesn't really have the best hand. We really struggles top. He's quick but he just doesn't look comfortable off derval even at age twenty two s kind of the point where it's like get us a great work ethic but he's just too far behind to really do much in. He made like like forty four forty five percent from three this year which is a big improvement over his low thirties last year. But he's the only shot like sixty five percent free throws so it yet shop probably improved but it most of that is just locking. You have a guy who can't really do much off the dribble can't really shooters okay or average shooter in Yes rely on is defense and then you have to worry. The defense isn't even that good because he's created pressuring the ball but that's just one aspect tencent and he he doesn't rebounded all. He hasn't played physical so he can still maybe get bullied and pushed around by other nba guards. Which is yeah you can stay in front of the those guys can just bulldoze over him and get to the hoop anyway. That takes away a lot too so you know he just has too many flaws for an older guy and just seems like is a great work ethic but just the baseline talent. Isn't there for a guy to be starting caliber. nba player. Maybe you'd be like a frame starter like a decent back. But i just don't see how you're getting a solid starter out ever so where. Where are you comfortable with with mitchell being drafted I've had some team. Say look if it's seventeen instead of seven. Then they start to get more comfortable at is are you. There are you. Are you than lower than that on on mitch. I wouldn't even take him around one. Because i i just look for all of the players who had his offensive struggles at age. Twenty one and twenty two and they're just really aren't any good examples. And i think the closest comparison czar christie hunting or watching guys. Were taken it around to you. Know they are kind of you know. Solid backups are low..
"scott barnes" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"You can check out. Our big boards or mock drafts. It just wrote an article about my biggest draft bust biggest. Mistakes that. I've made in the draft over the past twenty years headlined by darko milicic. And you can check all of that out over. Nba big board. Dot com so dean. I want to talk about a couple of guys that you have higher than the consensus. And then we'll talk about a couple of guys that you have lower than consensus. And i want to start with a guy that has been really tough for me. Personally i i see the analytics argument Sometimes when i'm watching him play. I'm not exactly sure how the game is gonna trans translate alpern sin goon outta turkey a eighteen year old. Mvp of the turkish league which is a really really big deal. I think the analytics as far as his production in turkey at his age are off the charts. In fact. i've heard some people say you're just purely going on. Analytics is the number one. Pick in the draft but but questions about how his style of play is going to translate to the next level. Mba where do you have on your board. And what do you think about his mba prospects. Well i think one of the problems with the sangam critique of people kind of look at him as a guy who just you know. Twenty and ten. He's going to bully inside. And that's all there is to like jalil okafor but then you look at his overall stats. And he does so much more than that. I mean first of all he makes almost eighty percent of his free throws at age eighteen and he doesn't take any threes. Because you still good in the post that he he. His coach wants to play in the post. It's kind of like karl. Anthony towns kentucky. Now the karl anthony towns states threes. And you make almost forty percent of them bright so he could develop into a very good three point shooter in the nba. Also really good. Passer has a better assist turnover ratio than k. cunningham. Almost high straight escaped county game. He has a better. You'll raping kate cunningham two more blocks than jones so everybody's kind of assuming that he just kind of this slow logger just gonna get twenty and ten and be worthless otherwise it's like well he can handle a little bit pass yet sheets point four shoot He also defense might not be that bad You know he makes some plays on defense and whenever somebody has a steel rate as high as she does Scott's me stick with draymond green whether he's like he's too small he he's not gonna defend anybody. Can he slept at the second. He is when he defensive player of the year. And if you really watch the film on saint goon yes. Pretty good moments Defending defending guards. You know in the in the turkish league playoffs. He had a three possessions in a row where were forced to tough shots Too good enough to play in the nba and shane larkin. Who was a decent. Mba bench player Lightning quicken was the turkish league. Mvp a couple of years ago and you know they were trying to pick on him and twitches but they did. They just couldn't get past them. I mean other times they do get azziman for the. The idea is that he can't defend because you just switch guards on the playoffs and he gets torched while doesn't seem like that's necessarily case because he can already hang with these guys who are like an low end. Nba players at age eighteen. So you kind of look at it all like man if this guy can shoot handle impassioned defended positions it also by the way he happens to be automatic near the rim and a beast glass and have awesome hands. And you're going to be a great pick. unroll finisher. it's like well. We sure that this guy's really not just really a well rounded. Nba star is set in our pick old. So on difficult though. I don't know exactly where. I wanna rank because there are so many guys but i i'm an ad somewhere in the top five and i. I think that he's he's that guy right like that. There's so many signals that point. Okay this guy is going to be really good. And also that level of production in europe You know. I've had several people that have like really crunched. The numbers to say. It's it's almost unheard of that. A prospect that is producing that highly in europe is going to be a boston. The nba like his. His floor is going to be extremely high because just that level of production. There's just not a lot of evidence that players that have produced at that level at that age are are are not going to have a productive role the nba. And so really. We're just arguing about ceilings here. I'm with sindhu. Not not not floors. Who do you think is the best comp for single in the nba. You go through several. You go through yokich. But he he's. he's quite a bit smaller than yokich. And it's pretty tough to compare guy to guy who's mvp you talk about some bonus you talk about Kevin love who do you think. john hollinger's referred to kyle anderson Before as a as a potential comp who do you think is the best comp in your mind for what we should expect singapore. It's tough to find a perfect copycat. She's just such an outlier at everything out. See the closest is probably kevin love. He might be kevin love. Kevin love is pretty bad on defense so he might be kevin love with good defense if he's kevin love with good defense. That's just awesome. Mba a player all right. Let's like about another guy that i am much more bullish on than than most people You may even be more than me Which is scotty. Barnes out of out of florida state who i. I've made the argument if if you take you know obviously the shooting matters. And it's a big question mark for him but if you look at all this sort of other comps and who do you want to be that that big ball handling a wing in many ways. Scotty barnes grades out better than kate cunningham. With as you said the possible exception certainly the exception of him not being a great shooter and so. I'm curious what you see on a scotty barnes where you'd have have him. Yes scotty barnes is. He's also talked to exactly ring. Because it's just such a the shooting is gonna make or break him so much and if he's not that good of a shooter can still be has to be a player. You know ben. Simmons can't shoot at all he easily player but it still is. There's lot of awkwardness audit fritsch and building around head up and building around him and stuff like that but what really stands out to me is that he has the same wingspan and is an inch taller than winner but he had a better assist to turnover. Ratio is a college freshman than steve nested in four years playing for mid major santa clara. So you get to see players like that. That often where he could handle. He's not like super flashy passer but he plays under control. He doesn't make bad decisions. You doesn't force the issue when he gets a can't get to the rim at times and when he does he's like it's so he's firm to finish because he has such a ridiculous reached so Kinda like almost like the inverse of kate cunningham cunningham has the the great shot but other than that. everything's kind of a little bit dicey. scott. Barnes doesn't have the the shooting but everything else is just so solid. I see them as you know again. Definitely a top. Five guy may be top three You know there's a lot of guys in that tier but If his shooting comes around you're just gonna be really happy. You drafted him..
"scott barnes" Discussed on Glowing Up
"Good to see your face. I know i love you. You're my. You're my hope. Obi wan you're my only clue is your like. You're like my little java. The hut like hold this immense power over me and the entire galaxy. You're an unlikely unlikely source of galactic power. No you're my little princess lay. I love you thank you on. We're missing clayton today. He's off making olivia rodrigue. Oh a superstar and for that we think him for his service if he could just give us like a one percent of what. he's given. Olivia rodriguez would we be superstars. Known just kidding klay work so hard clays the hardest working person in the world. He works seven days a week and then like three sixty five literally. It's so crazy but by the way how cool is it that he's with like whoever was saying the next taylor swift lake. It's really cool. Like you always read about those glam teams that have been with someone for years like you're such an intimate part of their life like i'm obsessed with like scott. Barnes like j.lo's longtime makeup artist. And like you know. These people have name recognition like their famous in their own right in the hair and makeup committee. Like claes a legend. I know he's it's so cool and her music is incredible. Like i just think it's so exciting that they're together i want i want i want more. I love that. He's hitched his wagon to olivia and lord knows. I'm going to hitch my wagon to clay. I want any residual heat fat. We will get it Curling how're you. We have today of of very special human episode. We have so many great questions from the glow means And i know we posted on instagram. Where sorry releases but we've had some major scheduling problems like legitimately amongst the three of us. Were all very busy in our own right. And there's been some health things going on so we do apologize. Were here now. We are getting. We're gonna give you guys a warning or getting ready to take another hiatus which is just something that we've all discussed that no one. No one of us wants at all But we felt like it was you know given all the releases we had to do recently over like this kind of the only option at least for the summer dude. Don't wanna be disappointing. People like left and right. We don't do this podcast to like disappoint people laid. We should only do it. If we can. Within the limits of our schedule like release new episodes that make people feel good and make us. You'll happy but you know that's just not the cards right now but as soon as we started we brought back glowing up as a way to cope during the pandemic. I know that is. That's i totally forgot about that. We were both just like were doing nothing all day. We will do this thing. We love with each other exactly and you know things are different. The world's opening up like. I'm eating oysters like three to four times a week. Quake no but in all seriousness. Like we'll have such busy. Schedules like esters gearing up to shoot doll face soon. Like i'm working on a bunch of shows. Clay works ninety hour weeks on. Libya rodriguez braids. Like the it's it's virtually impossible but like the reason we don't sound sad right now is because we all love each other so much and we think that the chemist. I think that the chemistry between us is so great. And i love recording with you guys. And i know god speak too soon but i know that we'll be back in one form or another. Yeah this is not the end of the road. We have plans We we're not letting go of you guys forever. And i'm certainly not letting go of these two superstars forever. So that's why we're kind of this My attitude towards goodbyes. You know like it's not really goodbye like to do more it we're gonna figure it out where we're pressing pause but when we pick back up will be exactly the same yes. Sometimes it's important to take a beat away like look at what was working what wasn't working. Like how can we fired esters. Now our editor and that was better for the podcast. She's amazing audio editing. I mean not to be like so boring in serious but it's true it's like sometimes to grow a company. This isn't a company but the analogy of to step back and assess your supply chain and make sure every piece of it is working efficiently because like if you just keep barreling forward and you don't address the root issues of like okay like what's a better way that we can record. That doesn't like isn't impossible with our schedules. Like sometimes it's important to build that infrastructure. Step back and come back harder. I love that analogy so much. Because you know i love pretending that i am my own company. You are your own company. So i'm in you're so right. Our supply chain is a little wackadoo. It's a little low and we need to fix it. figure it out and then come back stronger anyways anyway. Shut the hell up to these questions that we have been so thoughtful and asking us. I'm so sad. Klay can't be year because there's some great questions for him. But unfortunately esther and i have to answer the questions for us. We will get his questions next time. Okay so shall we start with a couple of these. General questions are so many good ones. Yeah i i like this one right here. What are thoughts on taylor swift. I love that one. I'm so happy you straight to that. 'cause i first of all esther and i have both met taylor swift together. I forgot you've riches like thet right there. Any any answer has to start with that. Like she's the most famous celebrity. I've ever met and i was with esther when it happened. And why the dodd about that. Let's remind everybody we were. Snl after party we had just watched a performance carolina. I'll never forget this. Do you remember when they they're finished performance. And then her and her dancers immediately. When the lights went down they all ran to each other. And we're like hugging jumping and like celebrating. They did the performance. I mostly remember your reaction because you're like oh my god that's so cute. I would have never noticed that. But like that's what we used to do in dance class like you had this whole unlocked this whole like friendship memory for you. It was so key anyways then we went to the after party esther then her element just like bouncing from like snl cast member s. Cast member dislike yakking. It up with tiffany haddish who hosted that week and like her melissa villase. Bsn your who have like all this history together. And i'm dislike like holding a drink like standing right behind. Astor hoping i get some down wind like comedy energy just like hey like i'm esther's friend like we host a proud cash together and most obvious in your and taylor swift at apparently really bonded that week because they both. It's a cat thing. I think people seem like they're both super into their cats in like kinda cute little weirdos. You know ho- cat. Girls are so and i love 'em so melissa taylor were talking. And then this part's kind of fuzzy to me. But i do distinctly. Remember esther being like we have to meet her like. It is not an option. We're not leaving without meeting her. Like you are so dead. I will like crumble in those moments. It'd be like no. I don't wanna bother her but esther was like no. No you just stand right there. Esther mom up hard and like in my head. It was just like oh well of course. We're going to meet her like she's gonna be at the party with us. She's gonna be chatting with our friends like in my mind and i was like this is easy like this happening. I was about really high stakes to me..
"scott barnes" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"To the Marlin Stewart and Stephen Thompson, the associate head coach, Terry Rubber and the head coach of the beeves Wayne Tico. Thanks to Brian Brooks, where the introduction of the starting lineups the officials for today's game. Veteran crew Mike Read the referee. The umpires Michael Irving and Rick Battle on looking across the way it's the usual Group. Scott Barnes exact Lassiter. I do not see you, King Alexander across the way. It's been a busy and exciting week for Oregon State Athletics will visit Maura about that, and the announcement that was made with respect to research stadium and the completion of the West Side of Project. Now I think which will begin in 297 days, one ground will be broken. On a long awaited renovation of the west side of the beautiful stadium across the way will indeed make it a gem $153 million Going into the project F. King Alexander and Scott have been making the rounds, talking about it with genuine pride and enthusiasm for what it means for Oregon State athletics and The entire mission of the university. Ron will join us at halftime and we'll talk more about it. Thank you for joining us on this Saturday afternoon, the kooks when the tip were underway, and Isaac Montagne goes to Noah Williams at the left wing in front of Barnes, Lassiter, Doug Aquaman and company left Corner three doesn't go for DJ Rodman. He's a 38% long bounds rebound to Zach Reichel, who had a career high eight assists against the Huskies on Thursday. Michael gets it to Ethan Thompson was making his 112 consecutive start. Galati Shade jump stop in the paint job book off the glasses. Good, well, reality Shea giving the Beavers the initial two to nothing advantage. The thieves were red hot against Washington early, jumping out to a 21 6 lead on Thursday ended up winning that 1 91 71 Rodman. The left wing to Noelle Williams, mid post back to the basket to do Sean Jackson. Jump hook over Roman Silva doesn't go have a GT gets the offensive rebound goes back up a bit and misses rebound in and out of the hands of Allah. T Shade of Jared Lucas. Jared Bus out throws too. Back Reichel a little too strong and Michael doesn't catch it in the corner. The ball goes off his knee and out of bounds the Beavers with a turnover a minute in five seconds into the game on, Lee had five. In 40 minutes and the romp over the dogs on Thursday to nothing. Bieber's Montagne in the front court to Noah Williams, the Beavers beginning in 2 to 3 zone Right of the lane to to Sean Jackson. Jab step against Roman Silva. Double briefly. Reichel tips of past Zach chases it in nearly Kept it off of Noah Williams and out of bounds with the Cougars maintained possession with the shot clock counting down for some reason that needs to be corrected. It was at 11. It's down to five, and 24 and 23 and Mike Reid Recognizes that the shot clock continue to take down. This should be set back at 11 for the codes. It was at 11 when they would now Michael Irvin comes over and says, Let's put it in 13. And just to make sure Irving and Reed will study the monitor down below. Beavers in Washington state underway 18 41 to go in the half the Beavers with a two to nothing.
"scott barnes" Discussed on KOMO
"Football stadiums. West end when finished, says O s U Athletic director Scott Barnes. Seating capacity will actually go down from the current 45,000 seats and change to the mid to high 30 thousands. Gill Coliseum in Corvallis is where the Washington Huskies are playing Men's hoops tonight. Against the Beavers down the way Willamette Valley about 45 minutes. Washington State tangles with the Oregon Ducks and tonight number one. Gonzaga has the WCC basketball game in California's Big Valley, taking on the Pacific Tigers. Three former U Dub Huskies on the Tampa Bay Super Bowl roster Vita via betting put away and the punt return specialist Jay Don Makins, just like Washington. Only thing I'm missing now is Number one and number 16 on left and right to be, you know, but I love those guys, you know, from the core from Seattle and a brain and every day, Mr Pickens and the Buccaneers are a field goal underdog against Kansas City. Sunday. Sports updates a 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Swerts Comeau News Come on news time for 12. We've been sharing a lot of stories about people who haven't been able to schedule a covert vaccine and last minute cancelations for those who do. Almost Brian Calvert chairs the story of a Washington woman who tried every trick she knew and finally got through for Amy Warren Life's top priority these days, making sure she gets a coed vaccine figure. Having the vaccine just gives me just a little more peace of mind. She showed up for her appointment on Lee to be told. Sorry, we don't have any record of your appointment. And we returned home a little down, but decided you can either fight it and have a hissy fit. It just doesn't accomplish much. This time. Amy wrangled her husband and daughter into the mix, and all three tried to book another appointment. We had three cell phones. Ah, home phone, calling that 800 number and the computer after spending the day investing time and patience it paid off. Amy's husband got through. Went into the charts. He changed passwords. Did all that came back and still got me the appointment for Friday. Yeah, just really is an appointment. She has printed a second confirmation form and she's headed to a second appointment. It's the same thing If I don't come in Friday, don't have a shot. It's back to the drawing board. Most would agree. It should not take this much effort to get what could amount to a life saving injection. More doses are on the way, and the process will likely be much easier a few weeks from now. But Amy did not want to wait and she continues to press on B positive support everybody and we will all get through this together. I mean, it's the only way. Brian Calvert colonias with Cuomo News time now for 14 coma, traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the dupe in law group. Traffic center here against Marina Rock. Inger. There's couple real struggle spots up on I five coming into Seattle from Lake City, Way South, down four or five between 5 20 Newcastle neighborhood in Bellevue. North on I five is sluggish from Lake City Way into the Mountlake Terrace area South down by five at Highway a chance a real struggle down into the five curve. We have slowdowns in Lakewood, often on South Bound I five Heading into the JBL M area, and we still have a blocking problem being reported in the Michael Shoot reservation. It's on Auburn Eatem Claw Road, which is highway 1 64, just west of 3 90 seconds. It's what you're seeing slowdowns both directions there. We also have a collision reported in the South Hill area on one 22nd Avenue. He's just south of 1, 36, and in stand would a collision on Pioneer Highway west of 48th Avenue Northwest. Next couple traffic.
NCAA: Pac-12 will play only conference football games
"Will only play conference games this fall because the Koven 19 they have also delayed the start of the seasons because of rising cove in 19 cases in many states OS you, athletic director Scott Barnes says. It's the right thing to do. But collectively, I speak. The athletic directors were saying We like the decision of the CEOs made we endorse. It will ardently. We think it's our best path for you. Warren says discussions are still underway on a schedule for games. It'll depend on how the covert 19 virus plays out. This decision affects all Pac 12 fall sports, Barnes says. They're hoping to play nine or 10 football games whenever this season begins. I'm brand Ford News