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"scott wells" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:30 min | 4 d ago

"scott wells" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Of an immune system, but it affects virtually nobody. Scott Wells lost his partner, a 44 year old mom of two to the virus. I can't imagine 200,000 families don't do what I'm going through right now. Assist mind boggling, and it didn't have to happen this way. CEOs of the nation's top airlines will be on Capitol Hill today asking for economic assistance before they begin laying off tens of thousands of employees. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson planning to announce a new restrictions across the UK is it tries to slow the covert spread there. There are barriers set up in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, is a grand jury decision on whether any of the police officers involved in the shooting death of Briana Taylor will be charged. Benjamin Crump is representing her relatives. Rianna Taylor and legal team are very relieved that every officer had anything to do. That night when Briana was executed in her own apartment would be investigated. Tropical Storm Beta making landfall on the Upper Texas coast late last night that'll move inland over southeastern Texas tomorrow, then over Louisiana and Mississippi later this week. You're listening to ABC News. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. I've got a seven year old and I'm a 47 year old and he's just one on the skateboard. I was escape border since 1980. He had been begging me all week to prove to him that I could do a kick flip because he really hasn't seen Daddy be an act of guy. You know, I do all that work and when I come home, I'm exhausted. This weekend. I had the whole a whole bunch of pallets to the back of the house because I was using them for projects and fell. And all of a sudden I'm outside skateboarding with my son. And I'm doing kick flips and other tricks I haven't done in 20 years and I'm like this is not me. This is who I used to be. But this is me. Maybe I need to change my language. Now. You know this is me. What I have been for a while has not been the real means so Amazing what the body can do when it's said the right thing. You know you can heal itself. Balance of nature is now offering 35% off on any new preferred order. Go to balance of nature dot com today and use discount code fruits. As one investigation continues into last month's shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake by a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Another one is about to begin the state attorney general picking former Madison police chief Noble Ray to examine the case. I bring three things one not to prejudge To to.

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Special Report | Markets in Turmoil: Healthcare & Reopening

Squawk Pod

11:25 min | 5 months ago

Special Report | Markets in Turmoil: Healthcare & Reopening

"Day. One hundred twenty three of the corona virus crisis new information tonight on a key drug to fight the virus as the nation moves closer to reopening stocks are under pressure the best month for stocks since. Nineteen eighty-seven comes to an end but questions persist about the rally and our ability to stop the virus. What we found out is just a little piece of the puzzle. Also tonight when we take a step forward we don't want to take two steps back. One business owners plead to his State. We're not ready to reopen this. Cnbc special report markets in turmoil begins right. Now here's Scott Wapner. Welcome good to have you with us on this Thursday night after the biggest month for stocks in a decade. Let's get to our first look futures right now early but they are lower following lackluster earnings from some big tech names. After the bell today stocks were lower across the board the Dow losing nearly three hundred points but the real story was the month of April. The Dow gaining eleven percent S. and P. Five hundred almost thirteen percent. That was its best performance. Since nineteen eighty-seven you see the major averages putting in that mark tonight the Nasdaq adding more than fifteen percent. It's best month since June of the year. Two thousand there is also new information tonight and the path towards vaccine drug maker AstraZeneca teaming up with Oxford University information on phase. One of their testing is due very soon our farmer reporter make to route following the details for US tonight. High Bank Scott. Well it is. One of the most advanced vaccine programs in development fur-coated nineteen right now. Researchers at the University of Oxford started the first phase of human clinical trials last week and five different centers in southern England with data expected to be available next month. They say if all goes well a later stage trial could begin by the middle of this year. A key question for any successful vaccine though will be the ability to manufacture it at a large enough scale that is where a partner like Astra. Zeneca comes in under the agreement with Oxford. The British drugs giant will be responsible for development and worldwide manufacturing and distribution if the clinical trials. Prove that the vaccine works. Now it's not the only experimental vaccine already in human studies one from dern and the National Institutes of Health in the. Us began testing in healthy volunteers. In March well small biotech company and no view has also said it's begun tests. Several vaccines in China have also entered the first phase of human testing whilst Pfizer and bio tech began trials in Germany last week. And they're expected to start. Us trials imminently a key question for all these potential vaccines will be whether the course of the pandemic will enable efficacy to be proven. It often happens and outbreak scenarios that the science is too slow to keep up with the disease. Many times in the past outbreaks have subsided before a vaccine could be ready to be tested. The development and manufacturing of new drugs and vaccines is also an expensive endeavor and Gilead who's drug desa. There yesterday showed positive results in an NIH. Trial said it spent fifty million dollars on the drug in the first quarter and may spend up to a billion dollars this year. The company's pledged to donate it's available supply of the drug and hasn't commented on pricing plans. After that Daniel Day was asked on a conference call with analysts tonight. Why covert nineteen is different from other diseases? The company does profit from treating like HIV. Hepatitis and flew. There's been no other time like this in the history of the planet than any of us about live. In terms of the far-reaching reaching effects of this pandemic so medically from a patient perspective most importantly but also economically and so I think there is no guidebook out there. There is no rule book out. There and day will join us tomorrow morning to discuss that and more on squawk box Scott Meg. We'll look forward to that very much in the morning on squawk box. That's Meg Terrell reporting tonight on the money as always joining us now. Cnbc CONTRIBUTOR IS DR Scott Gottlieb. The former head of the FDA. Dr Dot leaves good to talk to you again. You must first your reaction to this story about Oxford and AstraZeneca teaming up good news. We're going to need more than one vaccine developer to be successful here and the fact that Oxford's teaming up with Astra Zeneca which has the ability to manufacture this product at scale. Because the big challenge here isn't just going to be demonstrating that these products are safe and effective and running the clinical trials but also engaging in a large scale manufacturing this can be required to produce these in quantities sufficient to provide them to an entire population. Astrazeneca has heft. They have that ability so this is a positive development. We need more than one vaccine developed. It'd be successful here. We need multiple vaccine to be successful across the world if we're GONNA have enough doses to supply the entire world and also the low and middle income countries that locked out of this race right now. There's a lot of exuberance last evening. Plenty of opportunity today for some maybe to walk back. Some of the expectations of having a vaccine ready as quick as some of the timelines have said through this operation warp speed for example though Dr Falcone this morning on the today show certainly didn't back down. Is it really possible to have a vaccine Dr Gotlib by January? Well we're probably GONNA have by January. Is Vaccines in sufficient quantities to run very large scale trials. So we have outbreaks in American cities. We'll be able to deploy thousands probably hundreds of thousands of vaccines in those cities. I run kind large trials that we're going to need to do to prove that these vaccines not just are effective. But that they're safe. In terms of having sufficient quantities to inoculate the entire population. That's really a twenty twenty one event and hopefully we'll we'll have it in time for twenty twenty one but it's unlikely to be available before the end of this year but we could have tens of millions of doses before the end of this year if you if you see multiple manufacturers being successful because each manufacturer could probably produce millions if not upwards of around ten million doses and so you have involved fires of the company that I'm involved with. You have a couple of small biotech companies engaged to no fee. Gsk's engaged now you have Astra Zeneca J. and J. Working on an ad no viral vaccine. These are large companies that know how to manufacture at significant scale overall. How would you describe your own level of optimism about where we are in our fight against this virus tonight? I'm very optimistic. And we're making very rapid progress and trying to drug this this virus and there's nothing particularly complex about a corona virus. That would suggest that. We're not going to be able to develop an effective therapeutic vaccine against it. We haven't had a vaccine against the corona virus before but we haven't tried really except for SARS emerge typically corona viruses caused common colds. And we haven't really sought vaccines for them. We already probably have one antiviral drug. That's effective not a home run but a drug that looks effective in severe. I think we're GONNA have antibody drugs by the fall. At some point this fall that starts to be the makings of a pretty potent toolbox. Those are the first generation products and so we'll see second and third generation drugs come online. The entire by pharmaceutical sectors really focused on this intently. And I think we're making very rapid progress and so I'm optimistic that we're going to have therapeutics. Never seen anything like it really. Let's move from Therapeutics and vaccines to talk about more reopenings Georgia now set to lift a most shelter in place restrictions tomorrow. Is that a good idea. Well look I think what's taking shape in this country is that we've reached a plateau in the number of infections at about thirty thousand a day. We're bouncing around. But is that about three thousand a day so you have to assume about three hundred thousand infections a day in this country because we're probably diagnosing one in ten infections to one in twenty infections and the number of deaths has plateaued as well. I think we're likely to bounce around on that plateau for a sustained period of time and the risk we face by reopening isn't necessarily that we have very rapid surge in infections and run into another epidemic but we never really snuff out the infections that we have smoldering infections all through the summer. And if that's the case if we continue to have three hundred thousand infections a day by the time you reach September first upwards of fifteen percent of the US population will have had corona virus. And so you starting to get pretty significant proportion of the population. I think that's the risk we face by some of the reopenings that we're seeing when you still see cases going up now Georgia. The cases are going down in recent days. But they're still not testing a lot and so you don't know how reliable those that data is but they haven't seen the kind of sustained declines that we've all said at the outset that you'd want to see to try to safely reopen an economy. We've had this conversation about Georgia. Numerous occasions you tweeted a few days ago that they were still having an epidemic there that cases were on the rise. Though I saw today you did say that. They've seen a big improvement. It seems like a fairly short period of time to have some level of improvement. No improvement was in the model that model that everyone looks at from Washington state and that model is just based on trends. And so what they're doing is they're looking at current trends fitting lines curves so they're trying to project from what the current trends are so. Georgia has shown in the last week of reduction in the number of new cases on a daily basis. Some events probably improvement some of. It's probably under testing Georgia ranks in the lower echelon of states in terms of the testing that. They're doing their population. So it's unclear whether or not the epidemic Israeli subsiding in that state. When you look across the country you see a lot of states probably about twenty five states. Where the epidemic is rising in terms of the number of new cases on a daily basis. So the number of cases being diagnosed on a daily basis is actually going up. Some of that's a function of the fact that we're testing a lot more so we're capturing more cases but some of it's also a function of our seeing expanding epidemics in a lot of states. Now that's said many of these states are states with a very low number of infections. So they're going from one hundred infections of data one hundred ten to one hundred twenty so they're not states that had a big epidemic to begin with but nonetheless it just shows that we're really not through the woods yet when it comes to this national epidemic New York showing a lot of improvement and that distorts the national figures but nationally. You still see a lot of states with a lot of spread. What do you think about New Jersey's plan to open golf courses and parks this weekend? Is that a good idea. I think it sound for the states to try to contemplate what they can do to give people a sense of normalcy again. And the first thing you can do is try to open back up. Recreational activity done outdoors. We know the risk of spread is lower. I've been advocating and talked to a number of local officials about the idea of trying to move things that are traditionally done indoors outdoors and so two extent that we want to restart religious services holding them outside. We want to restart gym classes holding those outside. Even as we contemplate reopening restaurants lifting local ordinances that make it easier to businesses to try to move some of that business outside maybe closing blocks and sectioned off more real estate more public real estate for businesses to try to open up at venues outside. That's not going to be foolproof but holding these things outside does reduce risk and. I think it's important that we try to start reintroducing activities that give people a sense of normalcy about their lives and the first thing to do really is to put the nets backup in parts. Let's let's finish by discussing the

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Connecting the Dots: Human to Human

Daily Sales Tips

04:31 min | 8 months ago

Connecting the Dots: Human to Human

"Today renting something just a little bit different I am joined quote unquote by Jack Wilson. And for Jack and I today is her birthday. Happy Birthday Jack. Happy Birthday Scott. So we're going to talk today. A about connecting the dots human-to-human and and this birthday discovery. The the fact that we share a birthday was kind of a surprise. Both of US given that we've known each other for over a year and have collaborated on a lot of things. Kind of came out accidentally. So maybe I'll let you tell that story and connect the dots to our tip today. You would think we know each other and we would tell other people that we know each other fairly well but then to be surprised when you were sharing sharing with me about your goal on running you know. What was it. Three times iron man's this year and to have the ten times and then to have the first one done by your birthday and you you said your birthday was February third and that's how I had the Aha moment. Wait a minute. That's my birthday and it instantly. Got Me thinking why. Why do us who he claimed to be these great sales professionals. Who Care Deeply? How did we not know that man that Kinda prompted me to reach out and say let's talk about that. Let's let's give a tip hip about creating better personal relationships and sales professionals and not just better relationships with your prospects but with your customers with your network work as a whole and I think one of the ways we could do that. It's such a simple little thing but remember the last time we sent out an email that you're like. Hey Hope you had a great weekend Scott. Well if you hope that bad find out stop hoping and just ask so. Try this small little adjustment in your outreach. Instead of saying I hope you had a great weekend to try Scott. What did you do this weekend. Or how did you celebrate your birthday in. Those questions are going to get more specific answers. That will help you drill down into knowing that person person more deeply and it's that information and that can activity that allows you to add a real differentiator to your work and I actually hate the word differentiator because I think think it's more of a difference maker because you start to make a difference in their experience both professionally and personally and you make a difference in your whole self and how you present yourself as a sales is professional. Yeah it's amazing. The things that you find right when you get into these real human conversations the post that. I put up a week ago Monday. A about Kobe. Bryant after getting up at four am connected with with a lot of interesting folks in that and one gentleman who reached out he was living in Seattle and we discovered discovered again that we were just meeting each other. Through this experience we found out. We grew up two miles from each other and in Fountain Valley California. You know you you never know. The the world is so small we have all these really really unique connection points. And it's so much fun to find those and they become memorable and I love your suggestion and about asking what somebody did on their birthday. I hate and I think I probably railed against this in in my birthday tip last year. I hate the quote unquote social media. Birthday first day right that generates hundreds of generic. Happy Birthday wishes like that doesn't mean anything instead generate a real birthday conversation. I you know. What did you ask a question right. Actually actually care and find something out and find that connection points. It's so powerful. When you develop develop this this level of depth in your relationships and go beyond just the super high level superficial level you know without linked in or facebook book or Insert Social Media Platform hear. How many people's birthday do you actually know without getting the reminder and you go oh no I forgot I. I should probably send them a note so like do better at keeping your own personal internal Rolodex about when important dates are important information. I'll share a really quick story. Worry with you when I was in banking. I had a ride along with a manager and I was always terrified of ride alongs and my boss set me up really good because it was a skip level ride along and he said he's going to ask ask you about your best customer. So do your homework and I met with that director and had all the details in the stats about the relationship. So he said why are they your best customers at all. I I love the contact. There we get along so great. We've got a great relationship. He said great to have kids. I said Yeah two kids. Well how old is like ten ten and twelve. What are their names. Oh Man I don't know their names. I guess I didn't know her that well. And that was kind of a real awakening moment for

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Scott Blue  Former Ice Pilot

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

09:59 min | 8 months ago

Scott Blue Former Ice Pilot

"I'm how Brian I'm senior editor here at. EA and Oshkosh Wisconsin. And and I'm one of the hosts of the green dot and sitting here with me on the left it is I'm one of the other host. I'm Chris Henry the EA Aviation Museum Programs Coordinator and somebody snuck snuck into the room with us today. Chrissy sitting across the table and she'd tell us about them absolutely just for the record When he showed up it literally dropped twenty degrees here? So you're about the a cold wave degrees Fahrenheit that's true I think either a thousand or sixty degrees centigrade degrees. Yeah well anybody. WHO's a fan of the TV show? Ice Pilots Will be familiar with Scott Blue. Scott the thank you for joining us today. Thanks for having me Chris. Good Morning. Well thanks for coming and We're GONNA IF ANYBODY WHO's listening to this It'll be after the time so you have missed it but Scott is actually here to take part in the speaker series. Here at the museum happens every third Thursday the month shameless plug there but But Luckily we've recorded. Where did this podcast? So if you could make it you'll have something to listen to and hear about your adventure down here and we should be doing a video of the speaker series as well. That's yes I usually goes up within two or three three weeks or so of the event so absolutely evidence. Great years but You know being being a foreigner her as you are the are. US laws must have might charming to you. We didn't get pulled over on the draft Milwaukee. It was fun. They let me into the country so I'm already winning. Well that's that's good questions. Will they let you out Kennedy not want me back scanning passports sports these days. I'm in trouble. We're always looking for good people. Welcome all right Scott. Well let's let's do. We always liked to do on the show. Let's go back back to the beginning. We were having great conversations right before. Went on about About some of the movies so I say back to the beginning. Well I the earth cool cool dinosaurs game not quite that far back Mike Myers. I'm sorry thank you fellow Canadian eighty at my life. Let's go back to a little bit closer to your beginning. How did you first get into flying? Were you a kid interested in aviation was something year round at all. I always liked airplanes when I was younger and You know even going back when I was a kid. We used to go down to Florida every year and we had a condo down there and I remember one year getting into radio controlled airplanes and magazine Z.. My mom bought forming. We weren't we could see in the store and then it was in a holding pattern until we actually started the drive entertainment for the kids as we go down a little older I get it you know. I can't see the magazine and it'll wait. And then we started driving down and funny enough. I still have this. Old Radio Controlled Model Airplane magazine and on the cover. It is a seal to fifteen. Oh there was an article the guy that made one going in and out of the water One but then the actual picture of it was there and it sort of you know foreshadowed several decades later actually got into that it you know in my career but yeah I always liked airplanes and cars and anything with an engine and You Know I. I went to university after high school. I finished my degree and Happy to say it would be in geography a fee. But it wasn't really leading me into anything so our jingle researching Yo hey I can still become pilots too late as a mid twenties and You know give. The military shot didn't work out because a little tall but Yeah just started. Chipping away at the flight school with North of Toronto. So you mentioned you mentioning just too tall. Aw to fly in the military. So you're seven yet is that right and That still seems sort of I guess I get it but it so seems strange to me like this in the you know whether that was the late twentieth or early twenty first century. That something like that that you know. You're you're smart. You're obviously good pilot. Well it all all these other qualifications. But I'm sorry just physically don't fit in the cockpit. How did it seems amazing to me that we can't well to me? Is that it it because of the L. Red tape in the way that the hiring process goes took several months for that to be established whereas on the very first day I was asking too tall and they'd be like I'm not sure. How is your eyesight and Mike Take my told to do this job? And at every step in the process I kept asking and basically I don't know you know down the line and by the time I got after all the simulator checks in the background checks and the two hour interview where they ask you about some pretty intense stuff being you know you're signing up for the military past all that everything was okay and then I I went from full medical and all your tallet everything else on. Yeah and like we're talking top to bottom everything like x rays. I checked you name it and at the end of it a set down the flight surgeon and he's okay. Well you're too tall. What else is wrong with you? Nothing nothing else is wrong with you. Did you get here. And I'm like nobody nobody would give me a no and so oh I just. He's like okay. Well tell you come back next week and we'll measure you again. What's going to happen that week? I thought they were just GonNa put me in an F.. Eighteen and object back to me over northern Alberta compress lose an inch and the way to go. I didn't happened. showed up the next week. And they it was interesting because they had to hide expert. And and they plotted me out and make really measured everything. And they had a chart green yellow red but the different machines in the Canadian military and read it was no go on that was for helicopters and the F. Eighteen of just wasn't gonNA happen yellow sort of like Oh might work in you know some of the other training planes and some smaller machines but then green. It was wide open for two hooks and the C. Seventeen and and We call them the Aurora. CB One forty rowers but P. threes. And I was like cool. I'll fly that stuff. That sounds great and they said well No. Thank you but if you're not able to do everything everything does work for us so actually coming out. Wow what's it's amazing to me because if you talk to people over the years who have been undetermined to you know to get in the military military do flying and things like that you hear stories of people as you know they were told no upfront and well then they then they fought it or going going back far enough. It's like well you can't do it because of your is well you know. The doctor leaves the room. They memorize the eye chart and get into but those people usually sort of told no at every step but I hate to to indulge the stereotype but maybe maybe this was uniquely Canadian. Because you're not find anybody to actually say they just said you're still quite handsome. I'm afraid it's the it's the height it's really you know it's the rest of us are too short. Sorry it's not you it's us we're GONNA have to the whole program to fit people like you. Subways cars cars are going to make it work. You can pick a little while. Oh that's fascinating to me though you know it it it it it is what it is you. There's nothing I can do about that and it's been some effort to deal with my tire. Career couldn't find fleiss certain airplanes at Buffalo was to offer. DC3's couldn't fly one fifty. Two's for the training. I think I did but hey I'm here now. Gainfully employed as a pilot and I mean it is interesting applying a Dornier two to eight in the winter right now my knees are pretty much chance. Yeah crossings from the Left are interesting to make it work. Well that's something else that I find it especially interesting though. Is that You know if you look at you look on the career that you've you've had so far and you're still young Guy But you flown some amazing things have had these incredible experiences. And who knows how that would've How the career would have played out? Had you gone into into the Canadian Forces and and gone a completely different direction. I'm sorry I would've still been rewarding but but Maybe you would have had a very different in. Dare I say less fulfilling career to this. It's it's tough to say you know it really in a life gives us these past and you go down one and another one disappears and you can think of what all the hypothetical ways go. I mean maybe you know it could have been flying seventeen all over the world you know on CNN. In that regard. I mean the chopper thing was out in. The fighter jets roared. But you know you you never know and you know I'm happy with the path that's ended up and You know wants the one door closed. It's like okay. Well you know time for next one keep moving so but yeah it would have been would have been interesting I think but hey I'm happy how it worked out and you know lots of adventures up north and say the least a few minutes ago. You mentioned your flight training that you're too tall for the for the system of fifty two Key Tell us about your fight training. What did you train in and out of that I'll go sure absolutely I went to flight school. North of Toronto. Oh called Toronto Airways Airport based Button Ville airport which was funded out about a couple of times. Yeah Okay we'll enjoy it because they keep saying it's GonNa Clo that's GonNa close and it's been bought by developers and it's still open. It's just keep delaying. It will eventually close. I'm sure which is yeah. Disappointing community not happy about that in Canada but So I went up there. I started chipping away at it and funding my first and strike flight instructors later heather. And she's about five foot wonder five two so she's putting a phonebook behind her back in the seventy two and crank in the seat forward and up. Meanwhile I'm going down back and trying to kick a hole in the side for some with the Sunroof uh-huh for the but so is Yeah lots of one. Seventy two was the primary playing a trained on and then a twin engined stuff was on a piper seminal and I valley parked in Toronto. Pay For it all the whole time and So that was there are some other vehicles getting in and out of small spaces so adapted with that and Took took took a couple of years. I was more Working to pay for it all and then when I was done the training of wasn't any debt which is rare. You know these days of flight training because it is very expensive Had A lot of fun with that and You know just flew over mostly Ontario a little bit into Quebec and yeah some great great instructors at a wonderful time checked off all the boxes and then it was resume ta I am.

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"scott wells" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"scott wells" Discussed on KPCC

"The climate is changing it because we need to deal with it now we open the next chapter of our series degrees of change our series explores the challenges of a changing climate and how we as a planet and the people are adapting to the crisis and it's produced this week as part of the global cooperation covering climate now coming up we'll talk about how the fashion industry is re branding itself in the error of climate change but first we check in on the gate keepers the decision makers the controllers of the purse strings president trump is wrestling with the state of California over who gets to define auto emissions standards for the state California or the federal government this week his administration dealt a provisional blow by rolling back a waiver that allowed California to set stricter regulations than the federal government thus encouraging automakers to follow their lead the president tweeted that as a result of the move quote older high highly polluting cars will be replaced by new extremely environmentally friendly cars how's that going to work exactly Scott Waldman is the White House reporter and he any news in Washington welcome back to science Friday thanks for having me are extremely environmentally friendly cars by loosening the regulations I'm pack that for Scott well cars are just by the nature technological innovation getting more and more environmentally friendly already but the trump administration is going after the Obama administration's plan to reduce excuse me the Obama administration plan to increase fuel efficiency of vehicles in the trump administration is rolling those back so the cars won't get as much per gallon of gas in the future as they would have under the Obama plan so it's. certainly suspect if he's claiming that they're going to you know his plan is better than a bomb us in terms of the impact on the environment but but I haven't the for for comp car companies already who agree to this said they gonna go along with it anyhow voluntarily yeah that's right that's interesting the actual companies themselves want to go with the Obama administration plan or something closer to it they of course were critical of the a bomb mission ministration plan but then worked out a deal with you bomb administration to make cars more fuel efficient I think it's really the oil and gas industry the American petroleum institute that is driving the of the trump administration to roll back these emissions is not the car companies themselves all right up next we we've talked about how the White House was assembling a quote a climate review panel with the goal of discrediting the accepted science of climate change now the panel is no more. that's right it's sort of got killed off and we talked about that last time I got cut off a couple months ago but notably will Happer on this Princeton professor who was driving this at the National Security Council he resigned last week after Bolton resigned he insisted that it wasn't as result of Bolton's resignation but rather that he had always planned to leave in a year which I believe is true however he would have stayed on it this plan had move forward and and and what killed it off was pressure within the White House itself Larry Kudlow was pressing against and the the president's science adviser Calvin drug Meyer was also pressuring that they have this plan killed off and and as was the campaign they didn't want basically a panel that would reflect on straight up signs the Nile to be another point for Democrats to attack them on the campaign trail leading up to twenty twenty another story you wrote about is how former secretary of defense James Mattis he's now talking about climate change yeah in it it's notable in the heat for his whole career he is he is viewed climate change as a threat he says it does threaten national security you know he operates purely outside of politics in this round and he he since he has left the White House of about a year ago he has been vocal about this temperature Klay recently has a book these publish that he's promoting but he said a couple times that this is some you know a major problem and we need to address it as a national security issue which is actually in direct contra indication to what the White House is going so we've we we've always heard that the Pentagon thinks of it as a threat to national security and James mantises backing them that's right and he there was a study recently that showed he is going to be an influential voice on this issue shows that voters look to both military leaders as well as plea or not Republicans on climate issue be just because they're simply more voters on that side that could be. wait like now to turn to the climate striker kicking off today around the world here here's what it sounded like today's marchers made their way down Broadway in New York City as far as the eye could see..

"scott wells" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"scott wells" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"This one pitcher loan me helped me make decisions that I made to keep. And even this picture also. Yeah. Makes you feel like I'm going to have often little. It's going to be. Oh my gosh. Scott. Well, are you still there? Right. I mean, gosh, I, I know there are people that you don't you don't normally get this perspective. I mean right from this woman, who you hear her change as she tells the story you can see the mindset and then a little kindness leads her to this moment where she gets to hear a heartbeat and suddenly, the whole world changes. You know, I do believe that we have a, we have a DNA believe the spiritual DNA that, that is triggered for mon-, maybe only has a nodding acquaintance with God when she hears that heartbeat as you'll hear women and girls say, after I heard the heartbeat after I saw the baby nothing else. Anybody else said mattered because I knew what was crew and you're gonna hear that again, and again and again and again at so everybody that participates today. I mean, in addition to the twenty eight dollars, providing an ultrasound or two hundred eighty can provide ten you might just see how many babies, you wanna say today, you might wanna do twenty babies five hundred sixty dollar one time gift. I also want to be clear that it cost fifteen thousand dollars for a machine in these clinics like the one in Jamaica Queens, New York and of course, around the country, but fifteen thousand dollars. Is what it takes. Those down machines will last on average about ten years about two hundred and fifty ultrasounds year. That's twenty five hundred ultrasounds over the course of the life of an offer sound machine. And so we gotta have not just the ultrasound sessions, which you and I could provide but maybe somebody listening today would say I want to provide a machine. Fifteen thousand dollar. One time. We provide a machine that would save lives for years and years and years to come for the rest of us. You know, we can just say five or ten or fifteen or twenty or maybe some people might say a hundred babies today just by calling the number. We've got a play. We've got another one. I just wanna hear these this is just brings it home folks. You gotta Metaxas. Talk dot com. You see the banner, let's play this third one. And.

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"scott wells" Discussed on The Billboard Insider Podcast

The Billboard Insider Podcast

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"scott wells" Discussed on The Billboard Insider Podcast

"The channels customers prefer with the data and insight. They need so that they can be confident that we're delivering our y that's really what our top priority is making our customers successful and feeling good about how they're buying it. He's using. So you are using for I don't know why I had the idea that your strategy was sort of a walled garden approach without using a lot of partners in terms of selling programmatic -ly, but my right. I'm hearing that you do use multiple vendors for doing programmatic selling. Oh, yeah. No. I think that you might be thinking one of our competitors on that. Yes, we have three different SSP's that we're working with right now and more than twenty DSP's, although we, we absolutely are working on a fraud. Base. So it's maybe a little more of approach like Lamar multiple vendors as opposed to maybe an out front walled garden approach of where where it's at. Yeah, I mean, I think everybody's still evolving their models. And I'm not sure that we know enough about one either of those two parties are doing to be able to label them entirely. But yeah, I think we are looking at more of an open approach for the blurred mentioned that leverage is an issue for the company. I think the current leverage is a little of eight to one, but what do you think is a sustainable level of leverage for the company? And what does it do does earn its way there? Does it spin off some assets? But how does the company get to a sustainable level of leverage? If the great question the board wasn't even officially constituted when they call out. I think that back in February when we were out on the road refinancing are subordinated debt, the board laid out that statement you know, as we've said, on an earnings calls, we have lots of tools to improve this and, you know. You know that financing I just referred him. This more Nate notes was a big deal because a huge win. Yeah. Gave us a runway for another four years. Yes, as I think about what we're gonna do clearly growing. This is part of the puzzle. But I don't think it'll be the the entirety of it. I'm not really in a position to spend a lot of the moves that will make, but it's definitely a priority. And it's definitely, you know, when William Brian, and I catch up, it's something that we're always talking about in terms of, how are we to make progress against it? And we're really looking to get into that virtuous circle where you're generating free cash flow. You're paying down debt, you're working your way toward a more sustainable number. And I think if you look at our primary US competitors and you kind of factored in the required distributions that they make because their reits you wouldn't see the gap is large as it may be appears at first blush. So we've got work to do, but we're focused on it, and we have a great mix of tools and hand, and we're definitely prioritizing that, so that we can get into a more comfortable. The level of leverage. What does the US out whom industry have to do to get a bigger share of the total adspend isn't the US at-home industry at about three or four percent? And what does it have to do to move that number higher? You know what's interesting about that number is that it's kind of the average, if you look at the penetration of out of home in the New York or in a Los Angeles, it would be north of some of the numbers that you hear bandied about about international market. It's one of the things that I'm always making sure I'm keeping my team focused on is that there are markets in the United States with higher double digit percentages of out of home, but to your question about how do we continue to give a bigger share of ads Ben? I think there's a couple of cuts out it I'd I'd offer up to you. I saw you asked me before about traditional media. And while I don't think that right at this moment in time, we're necessarily taking money from traditional media. I think if you looked at the trend and you looked at out of home in the sheriff traditional media. You'd see that we actually have gotten bigger. Pretty interesting exercise. We run calculations on it would say that we picked up a couple of percentage points. It's a higher number than what you're thinking of the number of you're thinking of is against public told media. So that'd be the first thing is take a look at it against traditional media in terms of overall. I think you see us in the industry, taking the steps, we need, you know, we need to be accountable for delivering our ally. The advertisers have to believe every CMO is being told by their CEO that they have to show that return to we need to be able to participate in that we have to be flexible and how we sell, we can't just sell it one way and expect everybody's gonna beat door to us to get it. We've got to be multiple channels. We've gotta have creative ways of marketing our inventory. And we need to be visible with planners and strategists that shape, the campaign spending, that's something different than this business, a decade ago where it was a little bit more of if you build it, they'll come kind of dynamic, I think we have to be a lot more proactive getting in front of folks, and these are all things that clear channels working on. And And I. encouraged that I see the number of our competitors doing so as well. You know, finally on this, I think that the new GOP currency is going to be an important part in helping to further enable, this trend because it'll give us a more robust currency to base all of our sales on that everything else will will flow out of that. It seems like the new GIO path system is just the data. The information you can give to an advertiser will be so much Richard. Yeah. No, it will definitely help. The thing is pretty much all of the Atta home companies are doing some former another of data supplementation, and that's healthy because that's how pretty much every other media works you have a currency. But then you add to the currency studies about basket analysis or studies about footfall or studies about people tuning into shows. Those are all things that the individual companies, ultimately need to build tools on, but having a robust currency that we're all embracing, I think, is an important underpinning of it finally one or. Two or three of the biggest changes that you think will come to the out of home industry in the next five years. In other words, what are two or three things can be anything significant small systematic company-specific. What are two or three changes that you think will happen within the next five years in the US out home business, but it's a great question Dave. And I mean, there's so many changes that are already in flight. I think first and foremost, you're gonna see automation of trading attraction, and not necessarily purely from a programmatic real time bidding perspective. But starting to see some automated in between buyers and sellers, advertisers, agency got a lot more sophisticated in that area and on that I've been hearing, some anecdotal, I heard of a three six seven figure by in this last year. That happened. That was completely automatic just bang. Just happened. Yeah. And so it seems like we're getting there, it's coming but it's still a small fraction of total industry revenue. So I think you're going to see that get traction. And that's going to have a lot of knock on affect. One of the things we've seen is we've gotten into the programmatic space is, we've had advertisers, who went away, three or four years ago who are back now because they can buy the win that they wanna buy. It's just they need to have data. They need to have that flexibility, so I think that's a big one. I think the tool kit for our is going to continue to just explode because the interest in that by the advertisers is really unceasing and pretty much every tool, we've introduced we get a Pat on the head. And then what if you did this, and that, that creativity that people have in terms of the next thing, and the next tool is something that I think you're gonna see really blow out? And then I think finally, you're gonna see a lot more sophistication of advertisers, using our medium as an integrated part of their campaigns. And getting the full priming benefit. I think a lot of progress has been made in the last few years educating advertisers, about the priming impact on this medium. For digital TV for mobile, it really has powerful priming effects across the board, and I'm definitely hearing more and more, advertisers, talking about that, and embracing that and wanting to get that in their campaigns. And so that bodes well for us getting growth, you know from other medias. Well terrific that does it for this week? Thanks for being on the show, Scott. Thank you,.

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"scott wells" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"scott wells" Discussed on WRVA

"Scott is in Richmond, Scott. Well, yes. Fine. Thank you. Hey, no. He has the capacity to be the president and do his job to the thing is is is an app Alzheimer's. If anything is ADHD, and I know that because I have raging ADHD and I follow how he talks perfectly so interesting, you know, and that's usually a giveaway, but yeah, he just misspoke about that. And regarding his taxes, he has five hundred companies now separate companies, and if you've ever seen the picture online of him signing, his tax return is April tax return. It's like a stack of paper two feet high. If not more, and there's no way a businessman would ever allow that to get out in the public because the tax code is so complicated that at that. It'll be shredded apart in in soundbite news liberal news media, saying, oh, what's this? What's that? When it's all perfectly legitimate legal because. Basically, the he he has an IRA office in one of his towers on. Sure. Yeah. Probably does look a part of what he does owning and operating a multitude of business companies. He has multiple business interests. He hires the best tax accountants, and we may not like it because we're thinking, well, wait a minute. How come he gets this? Or he gets that. Because his people know what the code is what he can depreciate what he can take off as deductions. Listen you, and I may or may not be sitting at our computer doing turbo tax with a cocktail napkins. I can promise you the president has a staff probably hundreds of people who handle that. I'm going to remind you about some of the stuff that the predecessor that President Trump's predecessor said, and I didn't hear any of the left wing reporter types question. His ability through the job will do that in a moment. It is five sixteen Jeff Katz? Newsradio WNBA.

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Google, Aaron Google And Scott discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Google, Aaron Google And Scott discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"All right. Let's talk a little bit more about some moves Google's making that might shed some light on their future plans, Scott. Well, business insiders reporting that Google has moved a few dozen employees out of its laptop and tablet teams. Several projects have supposedly been cancelled though, the employees have been asked to find temporary new roles in the company, meaning Google Google may sorry may be seeking more flexibility in their hardware roadmap. Yeah. I when. Never Google does this and they kind of go a little bit quiet on. A project internally or or a category of the market usually says one of two things to me either that is not making the profit people had hoped in general or somebody else's dominating it, and they would rather spend their time. Elsewhere. So who knows this? I gotta say it must be great to work at Google. Because usually this is something where it's like, okay. We're shuttering department, and you are getting severance, and you no longer work Aaron Google's like why don't you just find temporary new role somewhere else in this company? I have it on good authority that that that planet. Google is called a bungee like like a bungee cord where you just kind of you kind of jump to another role for a while. And it does help them not lay people off sometimes people bungee and then land on the ground, and they don't end up keeping a roll. And they leave the company, but but it does allow people to try to find another role. So I think Google is using that here to give themselves flexibility to say. Maybe they need to pare down their laptop and tablet efforts and focus on a couple. And so they're like, well, we don't really need all you guys because you were working on twelve different products. And we've picked the two we want to focus on but hang out for a while. Because we'll probably have more coming down the line. It seems like a pretty smart way to do it to me.

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"scott wells" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"scott wells" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Which is where we go to begin our number two of the program. Let's welcome in our ESPN NBA insider, Dave mcmenamin, you can find him at MAC ten MCI excuse me at MC ten. That's how I talked to him. When we talk to each other on sportscenter. Am but he's been dodge AMIS and blaming these early hours. It's so early out on the left coast in Hollywood, Los Angeles mcmanamon where do you want? Let's start with LeBron at Charlottesville last night for this Duke game big deal. No deal. What do you? What do you make of that? Get ready to complement say. I'd rather be Scott wells, and you call that. I didn't cannon essay about the Lakers. The other day for you guys to use on the show, very tight. I digress. It's I don't think it's a big deal tweeted last night that one his son has a standing offer ship. Denny scholarship offer from Duke University of coach K throws Kathy called him his brand. And then beyond that LeBron. Like, this is something he does. She goes to big time college games NFL games went to a playoff game for for the Rams get the Cowboys. He's a sports fan this fits in the bucket list. If you wanna get nefarious, you can say, oh, man. Rich Paul was with them as I Williamson at RJ barrier to playing in the game. He's just trying to recruit for college sports. But then you would have to say was shack recruiting for his agent when he saw LeBron played high-school without Iverson recruiting for his agent when he thought LeBron playing high school. I mean, let's not get too ridiculous with stuff. Wow. Before I even start with today. We've got to tell you the now you met my seven year old son at the game Tuesday night. Right. Yes, sir. He goes, you know, what he looks like he's got a good jump shot. But I think Dan. Probably can break them down onto gerbil. I'd say that's why you're my boy right there. So that's why you're. He he was he was excited to meet you guys headed up to to your seats. But on on the more important things. What does the Lakers came from behind against Boston on Friday mean for for for them? I mean, they're they're looking to get blown up by forty two by the Pacers on Tuesday. Look you're going to get blown out again by the Celtics excuse me on Thursday night. And they come back and win does does that carry a lot of weight for them. Trying to get this season turned around. Yeah. I mean a lot in the moment, you're there down eighteen points. After watching the Celtics blow twenty eight point lead against the clippers. Perhaps it means a little bit less. Basically taking advantage of another team with their own drama going on. But the the Lakers have had this wild roller-coaster season. From just the influence of LeBron to the suspensions they're opening night. The brawl they had with the Houston Rockets to the injuries to LeBron Rondo and Lonzo ball. And then of course, the persistent trade rumors with enormous pelicans. So I if it's not been a smooth ride, so far, but the fact that they can look at the schedule and say, hey, we got like twenty six twenty seven games left. We're in striking distance and not just make the playoffs. But really we could catch up to Utah sixty at avoid a team like Golden State in the first round. And that if we're in and we're healthy, LeBron James. What he does doesn't the playoffs is win and advance his team. So I think it's tested their medal. I think it's matured some of the younger guys on this team faster than attracted been accustomed to. And now we see if they can actually build momentum off that Boston game. Or if playing a really tough game that has, you know, their own wind in their sales from the trade deals that they made we we see them take a step back and have to question themselves. Again, we're talking to you ESPN NBA in Saturday mcmanamon here on the Mike on ESPN radio. Mike wells and Randy Scott in for the guys is let's get back to that win over Boston where I think the Lakers being young largely young LeBron in Rondo not withstanding. But I think the Lakers would have been probably well within the to just fold in that Boston game you down as much as they were down. And instead they come back, and they win the way they did where they did against the team that they beat a what is that gonna do for a team that quite frankly? Could have been you know, like I believe on the way to quitting. Maybe not on Luke Walton. But on on the brand like, hey, man, we're hearing about half the team being traded because you wanna play with somebody who's not us and they're supposed to suddenly just rally for a playoff push. How much of that? Boston. Wind do to help that. I mean, the greatest Mark Randy of young players really making themselves reliable in this league is being consistent and that comes with expectations of yourself. But you know, Mike in Indianapolis. He saw Paul George go from you know. A kid with a lotta leaping ability out of Fresno state, every you know, every once in a while putting up twenty and ten to now P candidate this year now with with guys like Brennan Ingram when he holds Kyrie Irving five or twenty shooting because of his length and defensive intensity and Calcutta is taking and making big shots down the stretch. They can't just be like, oh, that's a nice little game. And I would add it's my real it should be okay. What kind of do to make that happen? My next day. And that will be kind of the transition this team needs to make and literally like twenty some odd games left. You can say about a big sample size. But it's going to be the biggest sample size of the Lakers for office has had to evaluate how these guys look next to LeBron James and games at matter, and they can change the front office thinking like they they they look like gangbusters. Like last year. They went sixteen th straight games them to the playoffs. All of a sudden the narrative about them changes at the Lakers gonna run like that late season here the entire thinking of the off season changes as well because perhaps a deal like New Orleans has been much rumored about their trade him Davis to Boston. The Lakers just say, well, you know, these young guys have shown us something. And why don't we just go into next season? What's the same way? We did this home where we hold onto the young guys we signed one year free agents, and then with this group with the young guy and LeBron we add Anthony Davis says a free agent outright somewhere twenty twenty. And we don't have to sacrifice this young core that we're developing I mean, these are the type of the conversations you've got to be had and they can influence these conversations that the front office has based on how they perform this final stretch of the year. You know, when you think about soap operas, there's some good so proper some bad soap operas, and I think when you look at how things have gone to the Lakers issue. Is kind of in between that you had to trade. Rumors without a young guys. One person is being talked about a lot is Luke Walton head to head coach is he is he going to be able to weather this storm and survive, the LeBron James and all these young players, and you know, how do you see his future pan noun? My you're you're probably a bald in the beautiful fan. Is that your? You're right about that day. I think Lewis in a tough spot across any business. If the boss comes in and the people he relies on his direct reports were not people he hired you're in a tough situation. And that's what Luke is in. He was hired by Jim Boston. But Trump Jack much Mitch come check Magic Johnson. And of course, rob Pelinka came in and revamped organization, and they can certainly have their eyes on and another type of person that they would choose as someone that with their hands selected coach, and I wouldn't go so far as to say Luke has to make the playoffs or window playoff round or or make a certain round of the playoffs but ever since coming games into the season where the world knew that Magic Johnson was unhappy with Luke Walton jobs performance, even though he's dealing with the new Rosser and dealing with suspension to that point the kind of the writings been on the wall. It's gonna be uphill battle for him to be the head coach moving forward. And and you know, my opinion doesn't really matter here. It's gonna come down to one person jitney buses made that clear it's Magic Johnson's call and magic, you know, after that meeting became public really only offered a tepid endorsement of Luke you said, oh, he'll be our coach throughout the rest of the year. And then even that as sat of doors for that was he added a caveat unless something drastic happens. And so based on the public things that we've heard the magic right now, I would say that Luke's seat is at least lukewarm. Oh, ho. Man of clever words afternoon. Dave, Dave mcmanamon are ESPN NBA in Senator David sort up against it. So I want to ask you one specific magic question and basically after missing out on Paul George after at least for now missing out on Anthony Davis, if they do continue to miss out on Davis wants the bidding really gets open come GIO. How are we to view? Magic Johnson the president of basketball operations so far. I think a lot of people will you him much the way Jerry West did Jerry West came out told Sports Illustrated this past summer that. Lebron didn't choose the Lakers, you chose Los Angeles. And you know, obviously, Magic Johnson has gotten a degree of space from Jeanie boss because of his ability to land LeBron James, but if you continue to strike out and building a team around LeBron I think even just getting LeBron period will be questioned again, whether he really had that all that much to do with it. And even if you get LeBron and you get LeVine and don't build around him is not even bigger failure. Because when you get LeBron you are in the realm, you're in the conversation to have a championship team. And so if you get the the biggest piece necessary, and then you can't do it around it to me, that's even more disappointing than never getting the peace to begin with. All right, ESPN NBA insider, Dave mcmanamon. You can follow him at MC ten C T E N. Dave would just miss talking to you on. Sportscenter AM. All right. Don't be strange. All right. Still ahead. What is next? We'll get next level on Showtime the Lakers, and whether we would want to be teammates with LeBron James that more Mike wells Randy Scott with you. It's on the Mike on ESPN radio and ESPN app. New Orleans didn't even sniff at this deal are the Lakers. Gonna completely swing and miss on this one. Why would we take all these players when they're not even playing very.

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"scott wells" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"scott wells" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"With this red alert to tell you about a major problem on the roadways. You've got a crash on the four seventeen it's northbound before John Young, but the backup almost two world center drive in even past it crashes in the left lane. So stay right. You could also use Osceola Parkway as an alternate for red alert sent to your phone text traffic to two one two three two. I'm Jackie O'Brien. This has been a new Saudi six point five red alert, traffic advisory. We allowed the secularists to hijack our constitution, and a perverted and something the founding fathers never intended passer, you want to respond pastor, Scott. Well, he's absolutely right and respect for teachers and respect society is devoted along with the elimination of bible wheeling in school down. They go to school. I this actual fear for your life inside of the class, well knives and guns have replaced bibles in the schools, and it's a sad state of affairs. And then when we have open L, we have a president that at least acknowledges the that Christianity better this country. There's a backlash against that. And that's part of the reason why presidents we see the opposition that he does simply because he has endorsing Christianity unashamedly if he didn't he? The background the best part of it right there. What what I think? What is most interesting? I've maybe a lot of people wouldn't pay Donald Trump, as you know, the most religious man in the world, but he's done the most for religion in the country and freedom of religion in the country and helped out people that are our families and families of faith. And then you add to that Jerusalem. Now, the capital of Israel, which every other president promised and never delivered on. Well, there's no doubt the most pro-life liberty pro conservative judiciary, president we've ever had in history. You know, I tell people all the time about President Trump state and personally nice eight look he may not be exactly like us. But at least he likes and doesn't hate us like Obama did he hated conservative Christian and President Trump has absolutely become the most faith Brindley president in history. No doubt about it. As the head of the diversity Cole. Do you see now, especially with the low unemployment numbers when you break it down, demographically, fourteen states have record low unemployment African Americans Hispanic Americans. Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment our veterans now have the lowest unemployment in many decades is is that going to result in more vote. Should that continue for the next two years for the president can because under Obama, we had thirteen million more Americans on food stamps and eight million more in poverty? I had a conversation with the White House just yesterday about the messaging. I think we need to be a little more aggressive, and I missed it because we're waiting on the liberal media to promote those facts, they're not going to do it even with this first step and prison reform. But the media we need just need to get. I think a little more aggressive more aggressive than I missing about this and this going to translate into a lot more votes. Pastor Scott, thank you past Jefferson. Thank you merry Christmas to both of you, very, Sean. Thank quick break. Right back. We'll. Continue..

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"scott wells" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on KTRH

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Bills, Nathan Peterman and Scott Harrison discussed on Chicago GameDay

Chicago GameDay

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Bills, Nathan Peterman and Scott Harrison discussed on Chicago GameDay

"Bills at Texas. Haven't heard from Scott Harrison, man, it's been too long. It's going on Scott. Well, Josh Allen is out of the game. The bills quarterback he's questionable return with an elbow injury. But Nathan Peterman comes in and during his first offensive series after the bills get the ball when Shawn Watson fumbles away when sac near his own thirty yard line. Peterman eventually finds a receiver open four touchdown. It goes eight Jones sixteen yards for a touchdown. And the bills get their first lead of the game

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"scott wells" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on KSRO

"Now back to the dry with Steve Jackson. Thank you. But I'm not Steve Jackson. I'm Pete fo-, piano. We gotta tell Kevin, you know, it's like we got a different guest host today. But I think I'll let Joe our producer make that call. I'm gonna stay out of it. Anyway, welcome back to the drive as I said, this is Pete sitting in for Steve Jackson today, and we are joined by our resident theater critic, Harry Duke, and Harry you brought a couple of guess with y'all turn over you. And let you introduce them. Thank you Pete. As our audience knows the new theater season is in full swing and joining us today are representatives of these sonoma's arts live production of Hello. Dolly we are joined by director, Michael Ross, Harry and actor Sherry Pearl fugit. Hi, welcome guys. Thanks. Now, this is probably one of the most well known icon ick theater shows of the lasts sixty years. Definitely in the top five for the two people who don't know it. People know, I'm sure they know the song they'll recognize the title. But let's talk about the plot of the show. Michael, what does the show about the show is about a woman who basically medals at a lot of lives and finally decides to pursue her own life? Again, she is a widow she has helped a lot of people. And now she's decided to rejoin the human race for folks who might recognize that plotline it's based on a fourteen wilder store. Exactly story is the matchmaker. Matchmaker. And that's what Dolly Levi is does. She is an accident. Among other things. And this is of course, a musical. Yes. And what songs would we recognize except for the title to from this show? You will probably recognize if you are a fan of Wally put on your Sunday clothes, which was featured very prominently in that film. How many years ago was that? I'm not sure, okay. Anyways. Providence. Prep-work? It only takes a moment. You'll probably be familiar with that. Let's see. Hello. Dolly. Of course. Alec insincere elegance. Yes. It is. It's a pretty pretty weather number neglected to mention before the parade passes by that's because it's just the biggest song. Yeah. Anyway. Okay. So this is the opening production of the season for what was it about this show that interested you as a director as you've mentioned earlier, it's an iconic piece. And so when it's an iconic piece, but it's such a well told story at such a well written story that it's a lot of fun telling it in terms, and who'd you have telling it Danny beam who you may remember from last year's production of gypsy. It's arts live is playing Dolly Levi Dolly Gallagher Levi, she goes by a lot of different names around the production. Tim Setzer is down to Gelder who was also in gypsy. And then as the the other couple other than many Fe and Barnaby. We have Michael Scott wells, and his lovely wife Danielle Defoe of played Cornelius Hackel and Irene Malloy. And then, of course, Pearl and her cohort, Lorenzo also are mini Fe and Barnaby Tucker. So Pearl tell us about many Fave who folks might not know that character. She someone who talks a mile a minute. All she does is talk and panic the honestly it's such a fun role to play and it can be diverse when you kind of metal with Michael is giving me some great direction with the character itself, adding different layers and just the Siri typical mini fan. How she talks just talks and talks, and how is your chemistry with Barnaby. It's fantastic. I've worked with Lorenzo ally. And it's really nice to know someone and to it's my first time having eleven chess on stage, and I'm really happy on. I know. Well, let's talk about that for a second. How challenging is that for performer? I was very nervous as very scared to begin with. But it's not as difficult when you sort of get in touch with the character and start becoming the character your lesson touch with those anxieties that you're having inside you and your more just the character itself. That's kind of how I try to approach things. I'm not Pearl. I'm many Faye. In the show. I'm in this life and going along with the story cool. So let's talk about the setting costumes, and what else folks can expect to see on the road restated Andrews, we do manage to so Hello Dolly travels from Yonkers to New York to a upscale restaurant in New York and back to a feed store in Yonkers. So we do manage to get all of those scenes and sets in there on that little tiny stage costumes for the cast of there. It's an over. It's a it's a daunting overwhelming job. It's a big show. And I we only have eighteen cast members which is a fairly small cast for if nine principles in nine ensembles. So it's a fairly small castle passes by passes by again familiar faces. Yes. And talk about the music. So the music we have for any of you who've been to snow Mars five, you know, that we are sized challenged as far as how much physical space we have to work with. So we have opted to use prerecorded tracks for the show. It's working out. Really, really? Well. The the there recorded with live musicians, and they're very well arranged numbers. And so it does sound like there is a rather lovely orchestra playing for this show. So I get the sense that if you had a a full cast as the shows originally designed for a full orchestra as the shows originally designed for you'd have room for an audience of about three, exactly. Absolutely true. They would have really great seats right in the middle of the right in the middle of everything. In a couple of shows are seen it on March live the action often uses the stage, or excuse me, the the house floor you have the stage area, and then you have the house floor area. How's it set up here? So I have used a little bit of the house floor. There is a thrust. That's that's been built onto the stage. Which is something that extends the stage out about four feet from where it originally is. And then I use about another six feet of the floor in front of that thrust. So there is in particular inharmonious gardens there are two different private dining rooms. And so in order to create those two different private dining rooms and not have them be three inches from each other. I had to use I had to use some of the house space to do that. Okay. So you open tomorrow night. Yes. Through October.

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"scott wells" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"He's gonna hall of Famer by the way, man that that was a ball right there tighten I'd freak out if I ran into manning, I'd be one of those people go. Yeah. The thing is, you know pay now. Like I said, I've been saying him since my freshman year when I got there. East of freaking rip apart off seven, seven, but I, it's crazy Jason playing with Jason and stuff looking at him and looking what he did this career that he had with a with Dallas and stuff is is just crazy. But he did other guy that come through out with and Kevin there. You know, very Scott wells, she can. I can name a hope you may. You got a lot of guys come through there and actually just come this. They just went crazy. Just like is funny. He think they wanna get away sometimes with the first little break that you get you wanna come back, especially when you know, you're gonna see all your teammates or your Finnerty makes his. He's basically joke around the whole time funded around a whole town. Bring a boat stories and make fun of people. People asked me, what am I. Doing and they usually know what I'm doing. I don't think I could do that. Well, that's what I'm doing. But Whitton does see your fights. He's told you senior fights. Yeah, he did. He did. He That's school. cool. So, yeah, if I'm not mistaken, Eric berries in a Pro Bowl safety, right for the chief says, he's still with them. Believe so. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's real really, really heath Shuler's heavily involved still to Tennessee goes. There are really. Yeah. Okay. Area. Yeah, he's got like one of the biggest. I think we companies out there. Yeah. Actually, this area too. Ovid Saint prove our guest here on a mate junkie radio. He, he will be fighting Derek, sees me Dominic Reyes at UC to twenty nine here in Las Vegas on arguably the biggest card of the year with a number of made off defending his title against Conor McGregor. We'll get into that in just a second, oh, as p. But tell me how do the vol's look for this upcoming season? What kind of a prediction you got form. Man is different. We have a, we haven't. I had called this year. I'm just hoping gang every making Boga. Games, it'll be good enough. I mean, if they don't, I'm not too much worried about it, but you know the, of course fruit is doing over that is something big and usually things like that. They don't happen overnight, but you know the SEC nation, especially the law as it went everything to happen overnight. So hopefully within the next. I say, at least three years, you know, we'll be in that, you know, you know, talk to tender, I guess the top three within the within the SEC. So that's what I'm shooting for right now. I'm not coming. I don't want to get my hopes up this year because that turn this in his heart, but new coach that his new players you gotta develop a trusted and do players and usually kind of figure out what's going on after is after the feeling I tell you one thing coach through did though that that I like men, he got. He made everybody understood. Look, we and she can come out. I'm, I'm gonna tell you how feel and and and and just keep like that drinking code pink around the spring game vetoed. You know, some of these players get programs and stuff and he's like, and even said it. He didn't. He didn't because he hitting shortcut anything. Like some of these fans, he, he would've program too, so he's going to take out is, and that's what I like about screw. What does he mean by some of the fans? Arguably one of the biggest stadiums in all of college, football always looks full in orange to me. I mean, that's true. But you know, you know how fans can be. Sometimes, you know one minute, they wish it next minute. They wanna take off your head. Oh, I I see what what you're you're saying, saying. but you don't understand is just like, you know, things like this. You can't just rush though. You know you get a processor steps to got to go through to make things happen. Understand that for they do stand it. They just wanted to have to look back. Okay. No, I got to there. All right goes, would you have four zero? S? P o Saint prove. Early on..

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"scott wells" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on KSRO

"That you give us your name your email address and your phone number and representative of cinema arts live will be in touch with you to arrange those tickets and you can pick any date and he is good and again it's thursday through sat excuse me thursday through saturday at seven thirty pm their curtain is a little earlier the most feeders are going this route and they have sunday matinees at two pm who are playing the jordan we didn't get their names out sean o'brien james rush who says playing them out on poli and michael scott wells who just happens to be the husband of danielle defoe who's playing patsy kline ago that's how that works family of fail okay we got our winner by the way everyone's jammed the phones as always but thank you for calling and listening three twenty eight quickly talk about the season two thousand eighteen and twenty nineteen you're going to be doing a couple of shows coming up next up for me it's no march live is hello dolly and that will run from october five to october twenty one and then and of green gables i'm not directing that that's directed by livio and then arsenic and old lace i am directing that that runs january twenty five th through february and i think carl jordan is then directing born yesterday and then i am directing the last show the season might there lady hello dolly in my fair lady in the same season that is correct that is correct now before this show you director do hello my fair lady hello patsy my fairly the last show you directed was i believe sister out of napa valley for that was hunky tonk angels at sixty playhouses so you kind of female lead stories often music what these women's director i would yes i would say yes that would be a good great director he is michael ross directing ole as patsy cline opening tomorrow night running through the twenty nineth in andrews hall at the sonoma's community senator it's noma arts live dot org for more information and to check out their upcoming season twenty eighteen twenty nineteen but.

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"scott wells" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Matsick has wield the johnson bank sports desk to the summer fest grounds and he joins us scott well who's going to steal the show for the brewers tonight brad miller kion bronx didn't nate or three players not on the brewers twenty five man roster to start the season key in the brewers sunday afternoon win over the twins asked for or if he goes deep in the seventh for his first major league hit almost doesn't surprise you with this kid man the ways gone through everything and it's fitting in la brewers manager craig counsel now and orf is not in the lineup tonight but he is still on the team noteworthy because eric cigar designated for assignment earlier today pallor salva dino reinstated from the ten day dl he is in tonight's starting lineup and playing short our coverage of tonight's game one between the brewers and braves gets underway at six thirty five boroughs news brewers after four o'clock friday to sign first round draft pick brice harangue terrain is a scholarship offer to attend lsu he was selected with the twenty first pick in june's draft and the bucks begins summer league play on friday in las vegas they'll pick out the detroit pistons rookie guard dante even kenzo in last year's first round pick dj wilson headline the team all right gregg thanks so much we'll check back with you at four forty five the decision on that mcadams versus marquette case comes out tomorrow morning we'll the state supreme court ruling favor of the ousted professor john mcadams he will join tracy johnson as she sits in for steve's kaffee tomorrow he will react to their ruling one way or another at eight forty.

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"scott wells" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Election results and jim melwert at the suburban bureau where voters finally have their say in the newly minted redrawn congressional districts in delaware county it'll be an all female race for congress in the fall will be made if we can work together and that works starts now i'm david madden and swarthmore democratic voters in montgomery county pick madly dean for the newly drawn fourth congressional district marc abrahams in fort washington and bucks county's first congressional district democratic primary scott wallace overcomes a strong challenge by navy vet rachel ruddick in sports six series received some positive news at draft lottery meantime down there scott well nothing good jj phillies hope to actually play some baseball today and everybody else is supposed to do the same thing no it's not prominent eagles player rips the patriots again i'm dave ram in business futures are up right now dow futures up twelve nasdaq about four and a quarter snp up one and a half i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger a cloudy and cool with temperature steady in the mid sixties but also showers off and on really at any time today in those showers continue tonight dropping down to sixty degrees coming up the stationary front that's bringing the showers is stuck for a while l let you know if there's any bright spot in the forecast when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio right now sixty eight degrees and cloudy at the broadcast center temps holding steady today kyw news time five oh two sama traffic and transit on the twos poincare redrawing from all the rain we had yesterday last night so that's good on our side but again we've got some problems on.

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"scott wells" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Tell me a story well let's story is that john stabbed himself in the eye ball awesome you know what's route about that is that kind of that's the kind of scar like he wears a patch now right scott well he's got his eyeball tape down man get issue get him a patch on the way home well i would think it was so funny because last night i was actually up in our attic going through our will costumes you know you have been cycle or hostages and like i'm sure i have a pirate pat somewhere sure i can hamanaka with this so he he actually did it not yesterday but the night before so sunday night i couldn't sleep sunday now know what it was the one you there wasn't going to happen as one thirty he comes into go to bed and he gets on the bed and has his ipad onto just low lighten and he takes his eyeglasses and sticks the end of a great news cornea spell and he he goes he was like a look like how how michael oh my god oh my god what happened when i was like oh i just stuck my glasses of my eyes will get up and we look and he pulls is i open in the bathroom and you can see there's a flap like you all my son five cut his cornea so we're like oh my god he has an and wasn't it was just a little flap it wasn't like he he'd gone into the but after any flag i now and you're ira eibar he's i i'm just going to worry about a tomorrow like i'm going to be yeah what are you gonna do that er no compress on his irony fatima what he did on on a nothing really he'd put it in some drops and he just closes i and you'll find yourself in the er and you'll be can repeatedly pushed back right sorry we have to take this gunshot we gotta take the heart attack or arise sir exactly how does that eva's arm sell my parents were in town until last night and so we were drive it and just all around is getting all the stuff he needs he when they look and.

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"scott wells" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Yes thous named after the actual highland yes scott well how the things you earn vacations world traveler no please yeah i just i've never met her so i was there on a mission thought acme industry acme industry that's that's where a chief work on our mission to find the ever elusive carmen san diego veterans who chief is looking for a little girl named carmen san diego and it's also sees our laws our radio woman grade right i would i say little girl i mean younger than me i s i consider anyone in their 30s little age yes okay why are you looking for her fog reasons i cannot name but i will name three reason number one she is a world renowned criminal fief a sleuth no let me jesus sometimes you get confused with carmen san diego yes you confuse yourself and your qualities with her she's us scouten role as a scouten buga iran number two or number on i ideal number wa discount scoundrel scown boettger and yet a thief at all in had as scoops copa a scoops cooper yes one who scoops art from the most prestigious museums in the wild whoa was so you can is so scooping is basically stealing yes okay number two that red jacket i must know what brandy i must know so i can perhaps procure one myself either you would look good in the red jack thank you so much scott i mean christmas is coming up maybe your loved one could buy you one christmas year is coming out of an tomorrow's and every day right here on abc family yes which is now called free fog.

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"scott wells" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Naomi scott well well uh uh uh uh home old glen hi i do on a i'll uh john nixon did mess was veteran's day and they went ticking put it it was a source sunday forbes early said he's really yeah when that's why it's back yeah when tackling 75 or sense the sees won the team of matt holiday concept you could be may 30th reagan they needed to last one day and yeah no my i i'm gene up peterson terror the base player with a high voice from the rock group chicago the gone down y come up with john lewis musicrelated peter someone took back well i don't know peter no i mean peter wolferen jake outline wolves yeah the to noon peter tork he i didn't want to peter blown mary annual okay well center in the first four now but i mean if i may mention that now no one can take all i sutra clinger's okay he i want to be here i understand that and i want to thank doug for running interference for me um you must admit the way it came across i know was a slight across my bowel yeah i know i know but he spring it out so don't worry about it yeah i call them and i had pre i told i begged him to call you all right so we're all set right i wouldn't want to be dandruff app now if i ever been anybody ever bagged no noxious anybody ever had any caller not that i know no i haven't and pena crux my favorite producer of all time you always sounds a term like that preceding various people either here busy or or uh uh nick yeah tv sit here is my favorite voice yeah vocalist what was the song he did with two of the people awful awful one awful lungs while that must be later i'm going back to when he did uh question sixty seven and sixty eight twenty five or six four well i mean tune kid won't down on news the movie need john kerry i hadn't even she here that movie kgb bucked the day to other people was brian haven't uh they did the.

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"scott wells" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"scott wells" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Ball twenty times in probably throw the ball another fifteen times and he hit show that accuracy but again to me the fact that two lanes deep into as good as he maybe for a third straight time third straight season and that option attack for the fifth time in three years i think it gives them a huge hit a huge advantage and i really believe we're in for a close hardfought game like last year i took the thirteen points with agreed way there is no substitute i could tell you from personal experience those substitute for seeing that option on a regular basis and you mentioned the russia's thereby the quarterback trying to out rushed navy is usually a recipes for how and how to try and get one over on that team talking to scott spreitzer here espn las vegas ask scott wins on twitter on the shelf pennzoil performance line all right scott wells you look at out on the weekend in college we're gonna look at tcu arkansas and we'll get to leave a 3pointer with the tcu orne frauds a little bit of revenge uh fourteenth the you in this one it's funny because might be the legitimate mindedness game in the state of nevada open tcu a two and a half yep point favorite offshore books open tcu as much as a two and a half point underdog last sunday just a bad line itc you lost arkansas double overtime last season they outgained hogg five seventy two to four zero three but baf that game a double o t r they got a kid by the metal hip he's a running back you made up play this one a but i like their deputy opted superior to arkansas the tac and the razorbacks deepens had no answer for teeth youth quarterback whose name is catey hill you through for about three seventy seven in last year's meeting he was thirty six fifty six he also ran for almost one hundred yards of that game and it they not only had no answer for kitty hilbert tcu but arkansas if you look at what they did last year had no answer for most teams on the deep it so they allowed thirty nine a rushing touchdowns fps worst in 2016 gave up about two hundred and.

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