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"scott ross" Discussed on Business Wars
"Welcome back to business wars. Let's go behind the scenes of Disney Animation so called second coming with someone who helped steer the rebirth. Andrew milstein, welcome to business wars. Nice to be here. David, thank you. Tell us how you got involved with Disney in the first place. Well, it goes all the way back to my days that digital domain. In fact, when we were making a big theme park project for universal called terminator two, 3D and our client at universal is a fantastic savvy guy named art rapola and he left universal and went to Disney and when would this have been like in the mid 90s? That's right. And he moved over from universal to Disney and then invited me over. And I had the good fortune of the invitation and jumped in. Do you ever think you'd be working for the mouse house? You know, it's not specifically as a kid from Jersey without any family in the entertainment business. It was first a big trip, cross country, 3000 miles, and then figuring out how you were going to get in. But it all worked out well. You mentioned you were with digital domain before you came to Disney and digital domain, wasn't that James Cameron's company? Were you working on Titanic at the time? I was. That's exactly right. Digital domain was founded by James Cameron, the late Stan Winston, a brilliant filmmaker, and a gentleman by the name of Scott Ross, who had been a general manager and top management at Industrial Light & Magic slash LucasFilm. And then I think in partnership with IBM, they founded a new company called digital domain for visual effects and right at the intersection of when digital tools were becoming just more prolific and powerful at a time when removing into digital compositing, heavy 3D models, animation, at the same time, they were still physical effects, models, and miniatures. So it was a really robust moment for filmmaking and all these new tool suites. Well, how did that experience prepare you for what you encountered at Disney? Did you feel like this was the next progression moving toward animation? At digital domain, I was at the forefront working hand in hand with the artist and the technologists and the senior management there of using evolving digital tools and technology for image making and storytelling. So that when I came into Disney and Disney Animation proper, it was at a moment in time where Disney and Disney Animation was starting to evolve from its hand drawn legacy and its expertise in hand drawn animation to embracing new tools and new technologies. So the experience at digital domain really prepared me for the conversations about how to move in a different direction within Disney. So did you just walk into a kind of a culture clash that you mentioned as a sort of pivotal moment it sounds like where you're moving away from old school animation and the processes to something that must have been I think probably for many animators considered a bit of a challenge to say the least. There was definitely not an environment where one size fits all. There was a show released in 2000 called dinosaur. My name's aladar. This is my family. We're all that's left. Oh, my dear. I'm so sorry. Bailey's the last of her kind. And dinosaur was had full digital characters, but used all these photographic plates. So there was a combination. It was like a live action visual effects movie in the sense that there was all the photographic plates, but also hardcore CG digital animation. And this was all happening at a time when there were still 2D movies being made, and where there was all the success that Pixar had. So from an artistic perspective, a technological perspective, you know, from an audience perspective, you know, there was multiple things happening simultaneously, and within a studio. There was a huge cross section and spectrum of different artists who had different expertise, some were fantastic and had a career in history and hand drawn animation. There were others who were involved in dinosaur, who had experience in making 3D animation. There was technology group that was there supporting both the technology behind the 2D animation as well as the evolving tools and tech. So there was really kind of an environment that I wouldn't know if, say it was necessarily a culture clash, but there was this different ideas within the studio. And part of the trick, part of the fun was actually listening, supporting all the artists in different ways, and then also evolving the studio as elegantly as possible. I want to go back to a moment back in 2005, was before Disney purchased Pixar, had a new CEO, bob Iger, and he was considering shutting down the animation division altogether. I learned about this through the researchers for this series and we talk about it in the series. What was it like being at the company during those make or break conversations? I think it's exciting. I mean, it's scary on one hand. Yeah, I would think so. It's incredibly scary. You're thankful for the things that you don't know that you don't know. And but you also know that at that point in time, there was a lot of pressure. You think about the reason why Pixar was acquired. The reasons why the Pixar management took over the management of Disney Animation, it wasn't because this animation was doing well, it was because we needed a new way of thinking about the work that we make. The stories that we tell, the way that we do it. So I feel at some level, yes, you could argue that maybe the division was on, thin ice, but on the other hand, you have nowhere to go, but up. So we worked, you know, we were everyone really kind of put their hand on their or and did everything to row in the same direction and really elevate the studio as a whole. You know, your old boss, Ed catmull, is a big player in our season of business wars, you know, Disney Pixar versus DreamWorks. What was it like to work with him? Working with Ed, cap mode was a joy. Every level, having gone through all the years of working with Ed, he's a friend. He was a fantastic leader. He also came to Disney, you know, at a point in time when there was tremendous success at Pixar. So when there was an intersection between Disney and Pixar, more formally after the acquisition of Pixar, Ed and John Lasseter and the filmmakers there and their management there was incredibly generous with sharing the lessons from Pixar in terms of their evolution, how they thought about the creative process, how they thought about storytelling, how they thought about things like the brain trust or the story trust. The intersection of technology and art and his team pulled the curtain back from when they created Toy Story and then continue with that and a bug's life and Toy Story three at monsters incorporated. You know, every time they made a movie, there was all the lessons that you learn and the formal post mortems that they would engage in to really kind of distill down what you could learn and how you could apply it. So at a sense you had Disney Animation with a fantastic legacy of storytelling and success at a point in time where it was necessary to evolve from its 2D springboard into 3D computer graphics,
"scott ross" Discussed on Filmspotting
"As we're taping this, Josh, the Oscars are just a few days away, but you will not hear any Oscar talk on this show because we shared our Oscar predictions, best case scenarios, a few disappointments. On last week's show, with our guest Michael Phillips from the Chicago Tribune, do you think team Austin butler has found Michael on social media yet? I hope so. I hope they're giving him grief because you and I are aligned on this. Big fans of Austin butler in all this. I don't know what Michael's problem was. It's true. We're both big fans of Austin butler and that performance in Elvis, but come on. If we have to choose between Austin butler and Michael Phillips, Michael Phillips is winning. Every day of the week and twice on Sunday. Well, yeah, if you put it that way, of course. You can find that show where you found this one and film spotting .NET on Apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever. You get your podcasts. Film spotting bad is the best of the 60s continues this week, Michael was not going to be around for any of those shenanigans. We are onto the round two matchups later in the show. We'll talk through some of those matchups along with round one results, including Josh a couple of very upsetting upsets. So I hear. Round two voting is open now at film spotting madness dot com or at film spotting dot net slash madness you have until 11 a.m. on Monday, march 13th to vote. And if you're listening to this for the first time and you have no idea what we're talking about or you have heard madness talk many times before, but never participated. Don't overthink it. Just go to film spotting madness dot com. Pick the movies you like best, vote, have some fun. Why not? This is also the point where we provide our weekly reminder to help us reach new listeners by leaving us a rating in a positive review. Yeah, we want to thank Scott Ross, Hank, Worcester, and vicar Dave in the UK. They each left some kind words for us on Apple podcasts this past week, share your rating or a review on Apple podcasts, you can also do it on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. And now it's time to get back in the ring with Michael B. Jordan and review creed three. Hey, my man can I help you? Let me get an autograph. Now I signed an autograph, which get off my car. You'll remember me, huh? Damien. How long were you locked up? Are you 18 years, bro? She's got out last week. Glad to have you back. I know I've been away a long time, but I kept myself in shape. I gasped my tank. Come by the gym. Thank you. Cares what happened with you, too. Oh, you can tell. He was like brothers. I was the best, though. But I never got a chance to prove that. That's cute. Hey, hey. What you doing, man? We have our well
"scott ross" Discussed on Gugacast
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"scott ross" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"If they don't like you. You're a white supremacist that they don't like you. You're Hitler. I mean, this is an old joke that I used to say it in speeches at Lincoln Day dinners. Everything that the only thing the left has to say is you're a slave Master. You're a Klansman your Hitler or you're just a general Nazi back in January Ancient history January of 2021. Joe Biden. Referred to Ted Cruz as a Nazi propagandist. That's totally fine. Left routinely photoshopped pictures of Josh Holly because the way he waves it people next to Hitler, giving the Nazi salute totally fine. You're OK doing that. If you wanna really roll back and see how how long this has been going on. Look up. Reagan is Hitler Look up George W. Bush. Is Hitler. Look up. Trump is Hitler. There are so many photo shops of Trump being Hitler. But it's I mean, you just run out of you just bored with it. It's so ubiquitous. Went up. But when a woman Makes an interesting observation. That If you attack people because and accused them of being less than human. Because you disagree with them. You run the risk of creating the conditions that were created in Nazi Germany. When people were other eyes. That's what by the way. The left loves that word on the rise. I think it probably heard Van Jones used that word of 100 times. Other rised other rised Nicole Hannah Jones, the author of the gigantic Lie. The 16 19 Project likes to use the word authorized Otherwise, black people are other ized in America. No, they're not. Conservatives are Republicans are Trump supporters are not even just trump supporters. Anyone who disagrees with wool progressive left you've been You've been other ized dehumanized. That's what she's warning about. She was fired for that. It's frustrating to me. I don't have an answer, but what's frustrating to me? His eye. I don't hear anybody with any powers, saying anything that is Enough to create a chorus. In defense of free speech. I'm not seeing that. When I watched the impeachment proceedings. I'm not seeing that When I hear the Republicans object. I'm not seeing that in any kind of common rhetoric from the other side of our side. You know this idea that whoa, inappropriate Nazi references. We can't have that. Are you kidding? I mean, American pop culture is drowning and choking in inappropriate Nazi references. How many times Did. Scott Ross of one Wisconsin now refer to Scott Walker is Hitler. Or use a Nazi reference of some kind. I'd have to go back through his tweets. I can't do that today because I've been put in a 24 hour. Twitter time out. But someone ought to do that. Scary stuff. And what's scarier to me, it's It's scary enough that it's happening and that and that it happened so rapidly. Scarier to me is that there isn't any pushback at all. Not in any organized capacity and talk radio. Really? Not in establishment conservative circles not really on established conservative media. Look at the Capitol riots. Lie upon lie upon lie upon lie that have been told about the capital riots. What's the point of that wide? Why did everybody start lying about the capital riots? Minutes after the news started to break about what happened on January 6th. Why to get ahead of history. When you get ahead of history. You get to write the history of the riot, don't you? So what's the history of that riot there again? Ancient history, right? Barely a month old which the history of the riot. That a bunch of white supremacist neo Nazis who supported Donald Trump Launched an INS an armed insurrection. At the United States Capitol. So dangerous was it that it's worse than 9 11. That is akin. It's Tucker Carlson pointed out last night is Anderson Cooper said It is akin to the Rwandan genocide. I'm not hyperbole izing that Anderson Cooper did. It is worse than 9 11 that the people who who launched that armed insurrection Those white supremacist and Nazis that launched the armed insurrection Armed Armed with what American flags. American flags. What they were armed with. So if you have an armed insurrection of Nazis and white supremacists, and then, of course, the media again, they're the ones writing history on the fly. Right now, they say that armed insurrectionist white supremacists and Nazis that are worse than Al Qaeda. And that caused an event worse or kin to the Rwandan genocide. That is, actually ah kin almost perfectly to 9 11. Killed five people. Sounds pretty bad, right? Those are horrible people, Those air people you don't want to think or like you. Those air people you actually want to think turned in their human card. The point of doing this is to other rise dehumanize exactly what that man DeLorean actress was talking about. To dehumanize people you disagree with. So what's the reality of the capital protests? We know this It was not armed. Nor was it an insurrection. It was no insurrection about it. It was not armed and protesters at the Capitol, some of whom engaged in riotous behavior with police about 35 of them. They were not armed. Then kill anybody. I didn't kill anybody. Do you know that? Do you know that? Do the conservatives know that? The only person who killed anyone actually committed an act of homicide. With someone who is being described as a Capitol police lieutenant who shot an unarmed Air force veteran who was just beginning to come through a window. Only persons armed.
"scott ross" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Third. Humble talk show host Scott Ross, please Del first voice that you hear Give us call the morning 5 to 1 83 83. I want to wish our Lieutenant Governor Josh Green. Happy birthday today. Yep. Josh. Happy birthday to you, brother. I hope you have a great great day and Wait till we get together again. Very, very soon. All right. It is 8 41 in the morning. I've been telling you about a very important conversation that will have today and it happens now. I'd like to welcome Jay Ratliff with us, your aviation analyst for 30 Years and J. We wish you Aloha and good morning. And to you as well, sir. Thank you. Thank you very much, sir. And could you tell us where you calling us from today? Well, hi, normally in Cincinnati, Ohio, But it has like 10 inches of snow, and it's about 12 degrees. So we have we have a home in Savannah, Georgia, so we felt compelled to drive down and spend some time here in the 70 degree weather instead of playing in the snow. I'll tell you what that sounds a whole lot better. That's It's like having lobster. But when you go to Georgia, it's like having lobster with extra butter. I think it's where you go and we've got a home on the water. So it just kinda kinda nice to forget about all the woes and Cincinnati But, yeah, We can bounce back and forth with everything I do with the stuff I do. It's it's nice to be able to have that flexibility. Well, I'm delighted to with this key. Tell us a bit about yourself, please. Northwest Airlines at a career 2020 some years that in management and 1990 started as aviation analyst for at the time, Clear channel around the country. And then that became my heart have been a Fox news contributor since 2000 and six And so I'm on TV and radio about 2000 times a year and love talking about the state of the industry. How the airlines need to treat us better and how there should not be getting any more stimulus money than they are. But you know, people don't listen to me all the time. So Unfortunately, we don't get exactly what we what we want. Well, you're definitely have all years on you here in Hawaii right now. And for that we want to thank you so very much with our time allotted to us like to get right to the chase. Love to get your take. Aviation industry in relation to Hawaii. What are your thoughts about us and airlines? You know what One of the states that have been just hit so hard through this pandemic is I've obviously been the traffic, the tourism destined to Hawaii. We've had several people going in that direction, and they had Certain hoops they had to jump through before they would be allowed to board the aircraft and head that way, And it's when you look at the pandemic itself across the board. I've been asked a lot if If this is the worst I've ever seen, and there's nothing close. Remember after the attacks of 9 11 way soul travel it affected and tourism down? But the flight e. I mean, we saw maybe a 12 or 15% drop in traffic Right now. We're seeing a 75% drop in traffic right now, as far as passengers flying and at one point was down, 95%. We normally have 2.5 million people a day taken to the skies, and it dropped down to 87,000. Back in in April, and just recently, we've been between five and 700,000. So we're about a third of the way where we need to be. And the good news is the ones that are flying again. The recovery side of things is more on the leisure side than the corporate side. And that certainly speaks well to the The tourism destinations throughout the country, because those of the ones that are attracting people right now, obviously we're trying to find a way that we can remove his many restrictions as possible so people can jump on a plane and go without worrying about quarantines on one end or Requirements on the other end, and right now, the CDC is actually considering having all the domestic passengers in the United States. Provide a negative Covad test within three days of departure before you're allowed to get on an airplane. So when you're talking about the tourism toe wife, something like that would help to to a degree. But the airline industry's just worried that It would further repress the numbers, and it just can't recover fast enough. The Hawaiian islands that tourism industry is so dependent on the tourism dollars and not only have we just been creamed over the last almost year There's really no indication firmly of when we're going to be on the other side of this, and that's the devastating part. We have projections financially budget wise, revenue wise. That are in the doldrums. We have economist who are saving stating that we are well past two, perhaps even three years of having any sense. Of recovery of meaningful nature and an issue that we're facing now, Jay is all the restrictions total confusion because we have multiple islands comprising our state. Each island can come up with their own plan that the governor's a sign off on it. So confusing J. It is and for people that want to plan a trip that confusion causes him. T O take a step back, and that's that's the unfortunate thing is, we want people to be able to fly to Tonto, take the vacations that will help him escape. Some of the crazy stuff has been going on for the last 11 months, and it seems like we're making it more hard and one of the things that I continue to remind our audience around the country is that tourism around the world. He is such a large entity. One out of every 10 jobs on the planet prior to the pandemic were connected to the travel industry. One out of 10 people working on the planet. It was connected to one degree or another to the travel industry when you see it Throttle back as much as it has. That's why you're seeing the international economies in the domestic economies hampered so because of just that wide net if she's not airlines, cruise lines, the car windows to tour companies, charters. I mean, it's It's people who provide the food, the drinks, the meals. All of these different jobs are connected. And as a result, when it's hammered like this, it's a widespread the effect and you're exactly right that we're talking about years before we're going to see any sort of meaningful recovery. But again, the only positive thing that I'm looking at now, as I look over the numbers, as I do multiple times a day is the recovery right now is on the leader side. Because airlines really don't know if the corporate sides coming back or not, And my fear is because that 70% of the revenue is the corporate traveler, and if they don't come back As they're expecting. They're going to start jack and fairs and that's my other worry is Wait a minute. They start Jack and fares on the people traveling. That's the leaves your side. That means those of us traveling for leisure is going to cost even more. I've been encouraging everyone. Look, if you're playing it, trip a bit still Hawaii or wherever. 89 10 11 months from now, go ahead and make that reservation now give the trip cancelation insurance, obviously, just in case Because there's a very good chance with rising fuel and the the The temptation for airlines to try to raise those leisure fares as much as they can. We could be looking at a year where airfares go up quite a bit, and obviously we can protect ourselves from that if we buy our tickets well in advance and lock in those fares. Uncle Jay Radcliff J. How could we connect with you Learn more and stay up to speed with you. Jay Ratliff.
"scott ross" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Contemporary style and perhaps the only show in the entire state that still cares. About the Constitution. Think about it this way. Have you read a single article in one of the state's newspapers about this? That references the separation of powers references? The fact that Evers has been clearly attempting to circumvent the clear letter of state law and just declaring new emergencies one after the other. What the law is clear, folks. The law says in order to extend a state of emergency or a public health emergency, the governor has to go to the Legislature and the Legislature has to buy joint resolution say yes, the state of marked emergency can continue. The reason for this is in the statutes. The governor has nearly limitless power even sees private property. To tear it down. If say, a tornado has torn through and or possibly to use the power of eminent domain to, you know, use a property or use private property. However, he sees fit. That's an incredible power. Moreover, the governor can just sort of allocate aid as he sees fit. Now, this is a non obvious The power of the legislature. That he can go around because we're in an emergency. Let's continue on with the tornado metaphor a tornado terrorist through Greendale. Destroys that beautiful little downtown village that they had their sorry, Greendale. I'm in that downtown village all the time, but you've just been destroyed. Evers declares a state of emergency for 60 days. This allows him to send state assets and I'm assuming there'll be a federal declaration as well. All these assets can go into rebuilding Greendale. Let's say a year passes. Governor Evers. Without ever going to the Legislature. Still in a state of emergency over Greendale. Let's see you shy pick on a business in in Greendale. Furch is custard. Unfortunately, they just they shut down. The owners retired. My kids were huge fans of fortunes. We went there all the time. Purchase custard. Governor Evers a year after perches was destroyed and rebuilt. Stronger and more delicious than ever before. He says. You know what? We need to seize perches. Turn it into a new satellite office for Oh, I don't know the Wisconsin ethics Commission. Not a whole lot of ethics going on with Scott Ross and the Wisconsin Ethics Commission, so sure. We'll use that. Governor theoretically legal legally could do that, of course purchase would sue. But he could legally do that because he's in a state of emergency. And he says, You know what? We just need this. We need to do this. It's an extreme example to be sure, but this is the problem. The Legislature would normally have to sign off on that the Legislature would normally have to provide a check and a balance on a runaway executives. Tyrannical impulses. There wasn't Six different tornadoes. There weren't six tornadoes that hit Greendale. It's six straight times. Governor Rivers just kept Extending his emergency. The same tornado. Legislature says Well, wait a second green. Dale's been rebuilt for six months Now we don't we don't need an emergency order. Beaver says, OK, fine. This one will expire. Before it does. He just issues a new one. Would there be anybody in the state? Who would argue that what he's doing is lawful constitutional or what they say? Yeah, this is a pretty obvious way to get around the joint resolution requirement. That's what he's been doing here. Hope it 19 was indeed a public health emergency. And it's still may qualify. As such. I personally don't believe it did I think the only time we ever got to emergency levels was maybe in November. There was, of course, the fear back in March that Cove in 19 would be you know the black death and that this would Cripple our medical system. So okay, I understood back then. Public health emergency. Let's see what we've got. The 60 days gives us Ah, good period of time to get a handle on what it is. We need to do and think about after 60 days we're in. May we knew? Okay, Well, this this doesn't seem to be that bad. Things can maybe start to open up. Maybe we overreacted with the total shutdown of the state. Neighbors, then let The public health emergency expire. He admitted defeat after the state Supreme Court said okay safer at home's extension is not legally feasible and for the exact same reason, incidentally, that it was a serious of rules that did not go through the Legislature. In other words, Governor Evers was usurping legislative authority by crafting rules without going through the legislature. The Legislature has oversight. That Evers was bypassing Then we get into July and Democrats across the country starts squealing for masks. Masks are going to save US masks are going to stop the spread of coronavirus. Well, Evers can't issue a statewide mask mandate. He actually said that in one of his press conferences in early July, said, I was speaking with a business leader. We determined had to be Bill Pence E. The only business owner in the entire state who's who's begging for a masked man has got to be Bill Pansy or possibly, what is it? The new Claris brewing company, the spotted cow? They're big Democrat donors. So he's speaking to one of these business owners. I said I'd love to do a mask mandate, but constitutionally, I don't think I can. The chances of it being challenged are probably 100%. The business owner said, do it anyway. Believers did.
"scott ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"24 games without a loss for pretend Dan Schwartzman, that your Bloomberg World Sports update back to you, Juliet. So much, Dan. Okay, coming up. We're gonna talk to Scott Ross. So president of a P. J. A s a P to discuss. So their fourth quarter earnings, along with digitalization opportunities for business is joining us from Singapore. Also keeping you updated, of course on, although market action then you get 2 to 5 up by 2/10 of 1%. This is Bloomberg. Not completing high school. Mrs Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. It's a quarter past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks tag. World's number One seed Actually party will play in her first tournament since last February as the 24 year old plays in a day at the drive in Adelaide, which signals the start of summer tennis in Australia party is not committed to playing in any tournaments past the Australian Open, scheduled to begin on February 8 with uncertainties due to cope in 19 Liverpool moving back into the top four the Premier League table for 3 to 1 win in Tottenham as the Reds get goals from from You know Alexander Arnold and Man a. The wind snaps a five match Premier League winless streak while the goals of the first to Liverpool league play since December 27. Elsewhere Napoli scores four first half goals advance to the semi finals of the Copa Talia with afforded to win over sped Zia. Pittsburgh Steelers say they won't quarterback Ben Roberts Burger back for an 18th season with the 38 year old wanting to return, but both sides understand Rob the structure would have to restructure his contract for the partnership to continue As of now, the Q B has a salary cap hit a $41.2 million for the overall cap expected to shrink to around 175 million due to lead white covert related revenue losses. Free agent pitcher Masahiro Tanaka will return to Japan after playing the last seven seasons for the New York Yankees. 32 year old went 78 46 in those years while also winning five postseason starts. Tanaka returns to the Rocky 10 Golden Eagles. The only club Yes pitch for any plum professional baseball. It's not the one to some little award back in 2000 and 13 after going 24 no on Dan Sportsmen that your Bloomberg World Sports update Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg, calm the Bloomberg business APP and.
"scott ross" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Facebook dot com slash Dan O'Donnell show and People have been asking me since I first told this story. What can we do? How can we stop this? Well at the end of this column? Actually provide the phone number and the email address for the Wisconsin Ethics Commission, as well as a link to fill out a formal complaint form about unethical behavior amongst public officials in Wisconsin. I would strongly urge you to share that post on Facebook to retweet it because I'm sure I'm not the only one who's upset by this sort of draconian efforts to remove the First Amendment rights of not only me, but also my colleague Vicki McKenna, an entire radio stations. Here. Is Column. Unless his name is Jim Acosta. The last thing any reporter wants to do is to make himself part of the story is both a columnist here at the Mac Ivor Institute and a talk show host on news talk 11 30 W. E S N in Milwaukee and 13 10. W I. B A and Madison. I pride myself on keeping the issues ahead of my own ego. Put another way. I am never the story. The story is the story. This week. However, I regret that the story is an egregious abuse of power that strikes to the very heart of our rights as a free people and was committed against Me. On Monday night, I became aware of a serious of tweets by Scott Ross, a noxious member of the Wisconsin Ethics Commission, calling for a boycott of both my radio show in the station's on which it runs. Ross, who has for years tweeted, the most vile, hateful, truly deranged things imaginable at pretty much every Wisconsin Republican. Started using his position on the ethics commission in an effort at getting me thrown off the air at I Heart radio. He tweeted, which employees white nationalist genital wart, Dan O'Donnell and Vicky Mck, K. K. K. Kenna. Should have its radio monopoly boycotted into bankruptcy. Twitter follower had to let me know what Ross had tweeted because, like the true coward that most tinpot authoritarians really are. Ross never actually tags me in any of his deranged screeds about me. So I like, thankfully, most sane people never see his filth. He added. Quote plan O'Donnell leading the at whist GOP unity calls again He didn't tag me and even went so far as to screenshot, a tweet of mine that was quoted instead of quote, Tweeting. The tweet itself, meaning that I would be far less likely to see it if I would see it at all. He continued. Armed with his tiki torch he leads at news talk 11 30 at 13 10 Wi be a listener's into the Claver in cistern boycott all at I Heart radio and white nationalist Wisconsin radio advertisers and quote he does know how to use at So that a account will be tagged. He, of course, just doesn't want to tag me because again, he's a coward. On top of this tweet after one of his followers tweeted him a list of advertisers on those two radio stations. He actively pressured one of them you w health to drop their commercials. Quote. Why is at UW health advertising on white nationalist slash terrorist insurrection radio He tagged you. W l held account to ensure that officials with the system would see it. This tactic is well known to everyone in the talk radio industry, and it is very rarely successful. But this is quite possibly the first time in American history that it is being directed by someone in government, using the power of their position to give more weight to their effort at silencing dissenting opinions. Because of this. It is also quite possibly the single greatest abridgment of the right of a free press that Wisconsin is seen in a long time. The First Amendment of the United States Constitution provides that Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech or of the press. Well, Article one. Section three of the Wisconsin Constitution prohibits government action that would restrain or a bridge the liberty of speech or of the press. Ross used his official verified Twitter account that is widely understood to belong to a member of the Wisconsin Ethics Commission and which she has long used in his official capacity, mostly to tweet tweet, hateful things that Republicans he doesn't like given his position, a seat on the board that is, ironically, tasked with determining ethical behavior in politics and campaigns. On advertisers, such as U W Health may surmise that it is doing something unethical by advertising on what Ross calls white nationalist or terrorist insurrection, radio This characterization is legally problematic for Ross for another reason, it is highly defamatory. Both Vicki McKenna and I, as well as the station's on which we broadcast are considered public figures in the eyes of the law. This would mean that for a defamation claim against Ross and the Wisconsin Ethics Commission and state of Wisconsin that he represents it would need to be proven that Ross acted with actual malice. This occurs through a demonstration that Ross wrote what he wrote knowing full well that it was false or wrote with a reckless disregard for the truth. Given that broadcasts on the public airwaves are heavily regulated by the Federal Communications Commission at a pair of white nationalists and domestic terrorists. Doing talk shows in the two biggest cities in Wisconsin probably wouldn't get past federal regulators. Ross clearly knows that neither of us is a white nationalist or domestic terrorist. Since he does know this but tweeted his falsehoods anyway, he is liable for his defamation. Far more Troublingly, though, is his caught unconstitutional attempt to use his position to silence opinion journalists with whom he disagrees politically. By characterizing on, says white nationalists and terrorists and using his official verified Twitter account to do so. He is giving advertisers the mistaken opinion. That running commercials on our stations would be somehow unethical. In reality. What Ross is doing is the height of unethical, unconstitutional and unhinged behavior. Moreover, it potentially rises to the level of misconduct in public office. Wisconsin statute 9 46.1 to subsection three holds that a public official commits misconduct when he quote exercises a discretionary power in a manner inconsistent with the duties of the officers or employees office. Or employment or the rights of others and with intent to obtain a dishonest advantage for the officer or employee or another. Using his position to infringe on the free speech and free press rights of both Vicki McKenna and me in an attempt to quote bankrupt our employer through his boycott campaign is rather obviously designed to obtain a dishonest advantage for Democrats across the state who are often criticized on our shows. Eliminating Vicki and I would give those Democrats nearly universally laudatory coverage from lapdog, print and television journalists. Ross's conduct is potentially unlawful, likely, defamatory and certainly unconstitutional. It is also highly revealing. He might be the first totalitarian leaning liberal, stupid enough to use his government position to violate the First Amendment rights of conservatives. But he is one of millions of dangerous despot's in waiting who want nothing more than the total silencing of their opposition. Well, I personally bristle at making myself the story. I will also never be silenced and never stand for any attempt to silence me, especially from a government whose most sacred duty is upholding my rights as both a journalist and a citizen. Fortunately, Wisconsin has an ethics commission that can process and litigate such egregiously unethical behavior. Including by one of its members. To contact the Wisconsin ethics Commission call 6082668123.
"scott ross" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"We speak. Welcome back to the Dan O'Donnell Show. AC unit mortgage Talkin text line is as always open for 14799 11 30. What? 808 389476 That is our toll free talkin text line. At Dan O'Donnell Show on Twitter. Facebook dot com slash dan O'Donnell Show Before we get into that we want to win You $1000 in our cold, hard cash contest. Word of this hour is fun. F u N fun text the word fun to 202 100. You will get a text confirming entry. Plus I heart radio information, standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide. Contest Now I told you yesterday about Scott Ross. He's a member of the Wisconsin Ethics Commission, who was appointed earlier this year rather early last year. By Jennifer Schilling, who is the outgoing Democratic Senate minority leader. And his appointment was basically a middle finger to Republicans. Because Ross is well known as the most toxic person in Wisconsin politics. Don't believe me go to his Twitter account at Ross across Wi Spend five minutes there. Look through his old tweets and tell me this is not a truly deranged human being. Shockingly, though Democrats thought it was a good idea to give this deranged human being ah position, ironically enough judging ethical behavior in politics in campaigns Most unethical behavior I have seen in quite some time, which rises to the level of a severe First Amendment violation is what Ross was doing over the past couple of days. This is my latest column for the macabre Institute. It appears that Mac ivor institute dot com and it's also up on my social media at Dan O'Donnell Show on Twitter..
"scott ross" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Press than what Wisconsin Ethics Commission members Scott Ross is attempting to do to opinion journalist such as myself. Vicki McKenna, Mark Belling, J. Weber, anyone Also appears on conservative talk radio on either 13 10 wi ba or news talk 11 30 W S and R two stations in actively calling for and then trying to put pressure on our advertisers using the full force of his official Twitter account. This is a verified account, and I'm warning you go to it at your own risk at Ross across wi some of the things he has posted, and we went over this in the spring when he was first upon I need to the Wisconsin Ethics Commission. It is truly vile. It is evidence of true. Derangement. I mean, we actually inducted him into our unhinged Liberal Hall of Fame Each day we do an unhinged liberal of the day It could be stopped Ross every day. All I have to do is pull up his latest tweet. He has used the most vile, misogynistic language for years. This guy. This guy makes Michael Moore look like the levelheaded voice of reason. I mean, when you think of Just the most Vile Twitter troll. You could imagine this is him and he's on the Wisconsin Ethics Commission. Now. While he is, of course, entitled to his opinions, no matter how absolutely insane they may be. He is, of course, also, just as I am entitled to freely express myself politically, he is as well. He is, however, bound by the constraints that come with being a member of the Wisconsin state government and the very commission that determines what is and isn't ethical conduct the Wisconsin ethics Commission. It is the height of unethical behavior, unconstitutional behavior and, frankly immoral behavior to use that position in government to try to put pressure on you. W healthy actually tweeted Hey, at U W health. Why are you advertising on white nationalists? Last terrorist radio, referring to 13 10. W eb and news talk 11 30 w I s n That is active suppression of free speech that is an active attempt to try to get conservative talk radio off the air. Its most basic level. It represents a degree GIs violation of the First Amendment, quite possibly one of the most egregious that we have seen coming from any member of government. Try to recast opposition. Who Ross his own vileness and to try to make a compelling and comprehensive case that what President Trump did on Wednesday did not, in fact rise to the level of incitement under the Brandenburg v. Ohio Standard, and Oh, by the way, coming up in the 10 o'clock hour, we will completely demolish the Democrats article of Impeachment. It's not supported by the facts or the law or the Constitution. In fact, it would punish protected. Political speech protected political assembly. Don't believe me. Think I'm nuts. Think I'm a Klansman as Scott Ross does. Listen up, 10 06, You're free to call in and disagree. You get one free minute. Just say whatever it is you want. But be careful. Because then I get a minute for rebuttal. You get 30 seconds for surrebuttal. I get 30 seconds And if I like the way the conversation is going if I think you're making valid points, we keep going just like that. It is a debate. It's not me talking over you. It's not me bullying you. It is you having to defend your position. Ross's position here that he can use the force of government. And his position. I'll think about think about the pressure that's being brought to bear on UW health. Ah, member of the Wisconsin Ethics Commission is tweeting saying your advertisement On white nationalist radio, which by the way is also defamatory. This does rise to the level of defamation of a public figure. It is done with clearly malicious intent and also a reckless disregard for the truth. We have to be licensed by the Federal Communications Commission. We have been on the air for w Y ascends case. 94 years 95 years. We don't even know we've been on the air so long. If there was any Question about whether we were allowing white nationalist broadcasting on the air. We would lose our license immediately. And in fact, crazies along the same milk is Scott Ross have tried to challenge our license before. It hasn't worked because obviously what we do and especially what I do. Is point out in a very logical, fact based manner, the manner in which pretty much all leftist thought is wrong. Consider me the politic fact without all the insane leftist bias. It is one of the gravest threats. To a free constitutional republic, especially during a week where we have been hysterically screaming about grave threats to our constitutional republic to have the government quite literally attempting to use its power. To take down the free press. Not just to call it out. Which is, of course, perfectly fine. But to actively engage in behavior that would silence a press outlet. That is beyond Absolutely beyond. Anything that I think has ever been attempted in government before and to do so. So publicly, is quite frankly, an unconstitutional travesty. Once again. I am calling for a rebuke from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. I am calling for members of the Wisconsin State Senate to immediately begin discussions on how to remove Mr Ross from office because this is Frankly unconstitutional behavior that immediately calls into question every subsequent decision of the Wisconsin Ethics Commission, the ethics Commission, the board responsible for governing ethical behavior in politics in Wisconsin. As a member that is engaged in quite possibly the most unethical behavior he could engage in. The direct.
"scott ross" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"NewsRadio, A 30 Page three H. Richard David Hamada Junior, the third Along with Scott Ross plays over first It is the program that takes all the way to 10 o'clock in the morning now. I don't know how long that's gonna last. Mm. And this Saturday, the beginning of the wreck amount of weekend. Saturday mornings from 7 to 9 A.m.. You doing? I'm doing okay, man. It's been ah, Rowdy one. You've Thank you for fielding. All the calls. You've talked to 375,000 people this morning, right? What's your take? We have John Decker calling in a in a couple minutes. Well, you know, there's so much going on. I think when the dust settles, we're gonna learn. We're gonna know a lot more. There's a lot of things just being Thrown out there as fax from one side or the other. I always feel like somewhere in the middle ground is where we probably should be on these things. But everybody's so sensitive and wired right now, I think is this one thing about the accusations of the anti for people being involved? There are people being arrested being charged right now they will go to court. They will find out the backgrounds of these people were going to find out. If that was true or not, I think As we go through that process. I don't know how that helps us right now. But yeah. Yeah. It's I mean, right now, I think everyone's just kind of As I use the word wired. It seems that way online. There's there's very little. Well, we'll see what happens. It's It is, um Because a couple of all that well, I just tried transcribed it. Um And I have a friend of mine in Italy. And She was watching all that. Ah! Cheese from here and also California But living in Italy now and just Absolutely has, the British would say. Gobsmacked. Um, we just I mean, what What is? What is this? Because and a friend in Australia she was good. Just And I wrote back to Laurie and I told her, I said I'll be honest. I'm so glad Me and the family are here in Hawaii. I couldn't imagine. Living on the mainland right down. No, that doesn't exclude. The entire I'm just saying. This is like Washington State, Oregon, California, Arizona. Living in places. Chicago My old hometown is Just Absolutely upside down in so many different ways. The tumult You experience the occasions of not just yesterday, but the violence in the unrest and the tensions. The governmental decisions that Reaped tremendous impact on people's businesses on their lives socially economically educationally. This is a time. And my history unprecedented. We've had times of a people we've had times There's been an attack on 18 14 on D C. I get that In the days in which I live and have lift Nothing even close. Now I remember the sixties. I was very young. I lived in a college town growing up. And I understand that there was unrest. There was changed. There was and it was a decade. Of changing of America. I don't know is that the twenties? Of 2020. Help and I'm so delighted that are Your friend and good brother John Decker is back with us. And John. Thank you so much for taking the time yet again today and Aloha to you, my friend. Aloha to you, Rick. Yeah, we spoke yesterday. But we spoke yesterday before all of what you've been talking about took place and it was a day that I hope In our lifetimes on beyond never gets repeated again in this country. It was disheartening to see the video. The images that we saw yesterday coming from People self, the U. S. Capitol. John, I'm going to turn it over to you Don't mind. We spoke just as we saw. The crowds. The mob Escalating. And trying to enter into the capital. In the 24 hours since we've been together. John, I'll turn it over to you. Your thoughts, please. Well, you know, yesterday was an insurrection yesterday was Are a mess. Mob of people that attempted to deface Democracy and we cannot have that stand in our country. We are a country of laws. We are a country of rules. We ever country of order. We are a country that The rest of the world looks to And it's so hard to make the case to fledgling democracies around the world that you need to look to America in terms of the way to do things After a day like yesterday, how do you make that argument? The people that took player took part in yesterday's actions that the U. S. Capitol. They are Rick, the dregs of society, the dregs of society, and I don't mince my words when I say that there is no other way to describe them. Anybody that would, uh, deface the people's house that would break windows that the people's house. That would bring that type of destruction to the people's House. The people's House. This is this is our our house. Brick. Uh, it's it's saddening to see That take place. And again. I certainly hope there are many lessons that can be learned in terms of what happened yesterday. Is there any equivalency? Two other incidents where there have been uprisings for whatever reason. Where there has been damaged and destruction and even federal property as it was in Portland and Other little cows. Is there an equivalency or is yesterday's Events more unique and Maura or separate from those I don't think there's a comparison. What you and I spoke during the summer in terms of what was happening in places like Seattle and Portland, and, uh, you and I spoke About how it was deplorable. What was taking place there, but not to diminish what happened there. We're talking about 535 elected members. Of Congress of the House and Senate that were in the same place at the same time that we're on the floor of the Senate chamber, the floor of the House chamber, the vice president Mike Pence, was there. And their lives were in danger. So there is no comparison. And, you know, you know, Rick, I've a pretty large network of people that I know I was getting phone calls. And e mails from all over the world. What is happening? What is happening in America and it saddens me that I have to somehow explain what is happening. In America. It look like he made us look like a banana republic. It made us look like a place like Venezuela and America is the greatest country in the world, and that should never happen in the United States of America. Talking with a good friend and good men. John Decker. He is with great television network. And White House correspondent and senior editor national editor and can actually be seen here locally on Hawaii News now. Uh, John, what? Precipitated this in Billy, we've gone Almost three hours of conversation before our chat yes. Morning. It's been sentiments expressed. All the way up and down the playground today, a couple of things where people are expressing today This is a reflection of the frustration that people have with our government. With what's transpired..
Nearly 350,000 Acres Burn in SCU Lightning Complex Fire
"Continue battling a Siri's of lightning sparked wild fires now burning hundreds of thousands of acres across northern California. Joe Michaels is live from the Cape, a wildfire desk with details of the L. A new lightning complexes now burning more than 350,000 acres in Sonoma, Sonora Lake in Napa counties. That's more than 500 Square Miles. Cal fire Scott Ross telling US cruise or putting a focus on the Eastern zone of the second largest wildfire in California history. The homicide is our number one concern. There's a lot of populated areas out there, and it does get a lot of the coastal influence weather wise, So we want to keep that one small. They're small as we can and not let it get to the size that the Eastside is experiencing, Ross says Cruz heir grateful, But the weather wasn't his severe is initially predicted, particularly in terms of lightning strikes. We didn't quite Get what we were thinking we could. The window got up a little bit, but it seemed to be just a normal good night of fire activity and nothing to catastrophic or major happened because of any predicted weather event. We got fortunate with that crews of up containment on the Ellen you complex to 22%. But the blaze isn't slowing up. We are expecting continued growth. Extreme fire behavior. You know, we get some sort of long range spotting that will continue to challenge us. For sure.