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Long Haul Trucking Means Better Prices For Consumers, But Drivers Suffer Low Wages
"The stuff that you buy in stores, close food electronics almost all of it got there on a truck long haul trucking is getting cheaper and that's good for consumers. It means stuff is cheaper, but it's not so good for truck drivers because this is happening at their expense. Here's Keith Romer from planet money. In two thousand, seventeen Kimberly Sikorski decided she was going to become a trucker she called Prime Inc. no relation to Amazon prime because they offered free training prime seemed eager to have her literally I think I called on Thursday night and they were ready to buy me a greyhound ticket for Sunday to start on Monday Sikorsky took classes and drove with a trainer for three months. But before she could go out on her own, she had a choice to make your given the option to either be accompanied driver or a lease operator option one she's a regular old. Employees. Paid based on how many miles she drives option to. She gets to be her own boss. She'd have to lease a truck through prime but then after expenses she would share of whatever her loads brought in in the form of a weekly check from prime. They say if you're not stupid and you're not lazy then you make a lot more money being released operator and you're Kinda dumb if you pass that up. So Secorski chose option to she picked out her truck finance through prime a brand new blue freightliner that she named Sapphire. Then she hit the road. But when she started receiving her weekly checks, something didn't seem right a lot of times when I'm expecting to see a check for a couple of thousand dollars, I'm getting a bill for like two hundred dollars or five hundred dollars or fifteen hundred dollars a bill before Secorski got her cut prime deducted truck payment's insurance equipment cost and primes percentage as a broker also for an independent contractor it sure felt like she worked for prime. So they say that you're not their employees but you're. Completely bound to them. You're not allowed to take loads from anyone else. You're not allowed to ask for different loads than what they're giving you. Secorski works seventy hour weeks for six months at the end of it. She had earned just nine thousand dollars. It got to the point where I would be sitting in my truck crying because I'd be afraid to buy a hotdog when it gets to the point of your electricity being shut off and your grocery bill not being able to be paid. There has to be something better finally she quit. Steve Sally a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania specializes in the industry. He says that four higher long haul trucking has become a commodity and customers only really care about price. The way that the market has been constructed requires that you compete on the cost of labor getting Sikorsky to lease a truck from prime and then work as an independent contractor. That's a standard part of the business model for a lot of trucking companies. Now, like having a, you know a truck for free an paying the driver less than you would have to pay an employee. Some of those drivers though have started to push back in recent years there's been a wave of class actions lawsuits against some of the. Biggest long-haul companies in July Kimberly Sikorsky's old company prime settled a lawsuit in which it was accused of Miss classifying its employees and violating minimum wage laws. Prime did not admit wrongdoing as part of its settlement and they declined to be interviewed for this story. But in an emailed statement, a lawyer for prime wrote quote, we have thousands of highly successful independent contractors and company drivers who thrive within our business model. The class action that was settled is completely unrelated to Miss Sikorsky's allegations. The litigation was seemingly endless and was best resolved as part of that settlement forty thousand former drivers for prime are eligible for a share of twenty, eight, million dollars, which means it's like seven hundred dollars a person. Does that seem like enough? No Honestly It's kind of laughable. Kimberly Sikorski is driving for a different company now and this time she's an employee Keith Romer NPR news.
Caleb Zysk Went From a Full Time in Person Personal Trainer to Full Time Online - Here's How
"I wanNA have a brief chat about your background. So why don't we start there brother. So where did you start out in your backstory. So what got you into fitness and general. Okay so honestly like it all started when I was in high school because I was a three sport athlete in I was good like I was above average but then all of a sudden sophomore year kind of came around and I was like okay. Everyone starting to get better than me. They're faster they're stronger. Side figure out. Oh how to get there. And I found that in the gym I was able to work my speed and my strength and so forth like that really got me into like helping others what I was actually four I was diagnosed knows with leukaemia cancers kit and easy honestly. Don't talk about it a lot. Luckily because I was so young I don't remember a lot of it but I mean either way I've always had a passion for helping others ever since I wanted to be like those doctors. I wanted to be like those nurses. I hated hospitals so I didn't want to work inside of a hospital. saw how else can I help other people. I honestly wanted to go through physical therapy. And that's where I went to school for but however my last credit at my school that my college that I went to we do an internship and I did an internship at a place called fit body boot camp and I fell in love with the idea of helping people through fitness and I just fell in love with his so much. I was like this is what I have to do like. This is my ashes screens. Me Ravi do I love it so you started working at fit body boot camp. You started like you fell in love with fitness like from that point. Did you get a job autobody boot camp. We're like what was your journey to become a personal trainer. So I was that came for a little while and I decided to move on from there after like just for a little bit. Obviously just wasn't for me. It wasn't a best fit owners. I kind of clash just a little bit. But for their I went from place to place just going from location location. Try and find what was best for me but the the best part was that I was building a group of people that would go to wherever I went from gym to gym because I had a following those kind of the best arts and then I really started to find my stride aid or really get into fear I was like okay. I'm an amazing personal trainer when I found this gym called cricket fitness and it was different compared to any other workout Out because they specialized in twenty minutes twice a week and they had a robotically controlled machine. kind of met. You where you're at so play no matter your strength. No matter your fitness level you could I do and I thought that was amazing because so many people struggle which is free weights in trouble with machines but if you have a specific machine that meets you where you're at I was like this is Golden Bobby love it. I love it so you got into helping people. You started working at a gym. When did you kind of realize that like you know when I talked to you doing a lot of in person? So what for you was like the Epiphany Hicfa that made you realize like okay. I WANNA help. People want to transform people's lives but I actually want to do the online space. Well to be honest kind of all started. When I took this position that I just mentioned that quick it not only was? I believe trainer so I was in charge of almost all of the clients that was also in charge of marketing in sales. But I had no free time and I I was like Oh my goodness I'm just being overwhelmed and then one of my friends actually went through one of your programs and besides just that like I always knew that I could help more people online and like that's my biggest passion. That's what I WANNA do. That's what I want to accomplish yellow just being able to help more people always drew me towards it. But I didn't know how to get started. Yeah I do love it. Did I actually think that a lot of in person trainers struggle. This and I'm just laughing because I'm in my Car Gordon the podcast but I think that a lot of in person trainers struggle with this man I think a lot of imprison erzen trainers the reason that we get into fitness in the first place is because we want to help people but then I think a lot of imprison trainers are dislike stuck in this like this time for money trap and we're helping people. What what we're doing it at the expense of our own health? I know for me when I worked at a gym man. I was like I love helping people so much but being in the gym Mike. I don't know about you but like being the gym like ten twelve hours a day for me. I just built blotters Edmund. No one hundred percent. I said this to my girlfriend before I joined with you. I was like I love what I do but I am miserable like I was not happy I was beyond stress. Didn't the help that I was also in charge of sales and marketing for the whole gym itself. So like I had like a triple load. I was working seventy hours a week and I was like I need to find something else where I can still work towards my Ashen and still help people love it. Did I love it so I know when I started working together you'd already Alec Actually previously hired a business mentor and I just really WanNa touch like what was your experience experience with the other person did you get like what were you looking for to the program. And what did you get out of it and like what were some of the downfalls so I was looking honestly just for some guidance on on where to get started because I like I said I had experience with injuring trading. I know how to help people. I know how to help people lose weight and get to their goals but I didn't know how to build a platform or how to build my business online. How to get started? So that's kind of what I was searching for and I did find a coach and there was a great appeal because what he was is talking about was building a membership area. And that's what I did. And he focused more on getting more clients and not putting as much effort into each one. But that's not necessarily what I'm like do because I like to be there for my clients like for my clients right now like I was honestly scrolling through a couple of my clients messages in I was I've I best them like five times this week. Already and it's not just like to be annoying but it's like sending them something motivational on Monday just to get going and then used as like check in with the nutrition Wednesdays like a weekly check it and so forth like that thing is with the online or the membership in the coach I acquired. He wasn't there. He had like these mini coaches. That were just kind kind of in contact with him. Maybe once or twice a week. He's like okay. Here's a step by step process. This is what you need to do. And if you do this you'll succeed you'll find success but I wasn't finding success I was putting tons of money into it and it just wasn't getting to where I wanna be and it took me months to build this membership at four hundred. I probably invested or five thousand dollars into this membership flat or Tofte of getting the coach and it just wasn't planning out and I just put it on the back when I was like okay. I don't know what to do. I'm not getting the help I needed. So this obviously isn't working anymore for your dude and I actually. I remember when I reach out because I was working with Mason with whom he and Mason might watches or listened so mason my boy. He's crushing it. And I posted Mason in my story and then and you're like yo you reach out to Mason and then me and you're like yell like I'm GonNa be your easiest client like being. You chatted briefly but I imagine you must have been feeling some hesitation. It's beers ears. Oh like reaching out to mentor. Of course I mean I was afraid of investing again not only money but my time yet in feeling too carful. It's not just your money. It's also your time like I'm investing like so much time into this program and just want to make this work so bad and you tried so hard so it's a big fear man right exactly exactly exactly. I mean honestly the biggest thing was you talked about this. One of your last podcasts. The all in or the all out yet and with my first membership Irian my first coach. I don't think I was all in because I didn't have the guidance and I didn't have the help that I need but when you I went all in because like you mentioned it in your podcast you actually gave me me a shout out that I was like okay. This is GonNa work. I don't know what I'm going to do like I messed it. Everything I had into and I was like. Let's do this. Let's crush it. I'm GONNA do everything I can to make it work. I was working seventy hours a week. We get regular job and then I was putting in twenty hours on my online talking about Don. I love it Dude I love it I love it okay. So for you like what was was it like. What was the switch? Because there's a lot of trainers that are like half in half out there half cooked right now. Maybe they're in the program and if you're in the program. Listen I want you guys to get results Caleb. So how do you flip that switch rich what was it for you. What was the switch to have that all in mentality? I mean honestly like you said in the PODCASTS. It probably was. I invested everything I had like. I was like okay. Okay my buddy mason who you just mentioned seeing results. I'm either going to stay where I'm at like I'm going to continue to be unhappy. I'm going to continue to be stressed at my job or I'm going to go all in. I'm going to invest just everything I have and I'm going to give it my time. I'm going to be in the same spot side is like where do you WanNa be in five years from now. Do you WANNA be in the same spot. You're at right now or do you want to be farther ahead in the best way to grow to personally invest in yourself not just money but also time right exactly and that's the key man. That's what I want to change to get. It's like you can't just invest your money. You also have to invest your time. You got to put in the work like one systems there. It's got to work the
Being a "Yes" Parent in a World of "Nos" (Part 2 of 2)
"You gotta I have an accelerator. And that's we have to ask ourselves. What's the higher purpose and that's really what we did at? What is the higher purpose of raising children? Well that's pastor mark foreman and you'll hear more from him and his wife Jan today as They talked about raising what they called. Big Picture Kids who love God and and make an impact on the world. There are guests on focus on the family and your host is focused president and author. Jim Daly thanks for joining us. I'm John Fuller. Hey John John. At last time we heard about the importance of saying Yes to our children and I try to do that sometimes. It's tough and sometimes it's hard to distinguish between you you know what's a boundary that deserves a now. And then what's a relational thing. That should be a yes and if you missed last time get the C. D. or the download and certainly get the book. Never say no. And we're going to talk more about that today with our gas but it is going to open up your parenting experience especially especially as a believer in Christ in mark is a pastor in San Diego. He and Jan have two children. Jon and Tim Foreman There in the musical musical group Switch Foot and the book that kind of forms the basis for a conversation that mark and Jan road is called. Never say no raising big picture kids at at market jam. Welcome back to feminist again. I love the conversation last time. Because I'm always thinking my in the right spot as a parent in my doing doing the right thing to help. My kids grow spiritually first and foremost and You Know Jan last time you talked about life being kind of like a deck of cards and I want to start Arthur again because we kind of went by that pretty quick. But what did you mean by that well. Every parent gets a deck of parenting cards from their your family of origin and We will automatically parent the way we were parented. So in my mind I see three piles one pile is a keeper pile l. for those great things that we want to bring into our own families but then there's always a discard pile where we have heard our mother's voice coming through US awesome. We're we're doing exactly the same things. It can be even subtle stuff but it has a different flavor but it is our mother or father coming through and we've definitely wanted discard that and do life differently. And then there's a rewrite pile where we have if we kind of want to nurture kids in that direction but we want to also do it our own way not just say your family wins. My family wins. But it's fine. The new US. What is that look like and I remember one time? We went to Mount Rushmore. And the thing that surprised us most. We're all the pictures of family reunions dressed identically. In t shirts they had some motto on the t shirt and I thought you know they were hoping their kids would play off this picture and and aspire to be great leaders but I thought the real story is going to be told by the motto on those t shirts in the same way we inherit from our families of origin mottos expressions ways of doing things. Talk these bumper sticker. A black could hang over your mantel in my family it was. What would people think and I lived under the shadow of that so? That's something very specific that I caught myself doing to my kids especially in ministry family saying I absolutely am Not GonNa care what people think I think tim is soccer. Uniform with cleats church socks. Yeah Yeah you're the pastor this trae that that make you feel well. I was raised in the church so I was fine with. You weren't apprehensive about feeling like no performance but then go ahead but just you know you can take those mottos and create a new motto and so in in our minds we could flip that around and say I want you to Eh. The Person God made you to be. Who cares what people think? I had to kind of be an iconoclast against that strong pressure that I was raised under in my family and in Mark Family we could talk about teasing is being or the motto in his. If you love someone you tease them right if you really loved him taste into tears and you know it takes a long time. I think it took me till I was forty two to figure that love language I was like Oh wow really love me Or if you really love someone you just work really hard and stay away from home working making money for the family man. That is so good mark. I'm telling you this morning I was on the Sofa. I got up early. I was on the treadmill. It's you know a new start and and And my youngest came down and we sat down over over a break not long ago I was talking about eating as many carbs herbs and maybe he should cut back on the CARBS and I apologize to him this morning saying no troy. That wasn't wise of me. Yeah you're you're you're in the right direction. You haven't even hit your full growth spurt. Yeah you know you're doing great. I had to catch myself but I needed to let them know it was wrong for me to comment. Ah Yeah that's hard to do for parents. It is it is because you're in that Rut My Dad was a you know. Post World War Two Guy So the way. You Love Your family. Is You just work hard. And then when you're when you're home you're off duty you watch football and hurt me. Yeah and so. I was looking for a dad that would interact. And we'd spend time in do stuff together and stuff and and I love my dad dearly. He's ninety he's just. We spend great times together now but it was kind of a cat's in the cradle. It'll kind of home. We'll get together then son. We're going to get together then And so when I saw myself starting to do that with my my son's At a very early age only now for God and for Ministry and Working Seventy hour work weeks a you know. I had a moment where I felt. God asked me. How will you feel if you win? Five thousand people to Heaven and lose your own children Because you're playing Harry Chapin Song and I said I'm going to reverse that song I'm going to get together with my kids now. Now not that. Yeah that's heartfelt and you know so many of us has dads. I mean we're feeling that. Yeah 'cause we're saying more next time or later. Yeah you know. We'll play catch but then you don't know how to do it. So what do I do. So I came upon a great book Doc That really saved the day. Ross Campbell's had a really love your child and he talks about a love tank. And when your child's love tank tank is full behavior. Problems are down when behavioral problems are up. Love tank is low so I wanted to know oh how to fill this. Love tank is this was going to reverse the Harry Chapin story and that was miraculous for me now. So so I discovered my boys that high touch eye contact and high time would fill their love tank. Think high time. Yeah yeah so the way I did it. When they were young was wrestling? We would wrestle half an hour to sixty minutes a day before for dinner we got was very gracious. Does give us a wife that my wife put up with a lot of sweaty bodies. The table will when they're older. It was playing soccer and football together in when later on it was playing music and surfing together and so active active. Yes spending time hanging out. Let me ask you though the the issue of failure You know again. I think one of the things that we struggle with as Christian parents is our kids failing. And hopefully if you're doing this well in the early years you're letting them experience failure so you can come alongside tried to instruct them and you use that Analogy last time about your boys right at the end of the program. Listen to music that frightened you because that's what you listen to before for. You became a Christian in somehow we've got to create an environment where failures okay. Yeah and I don't think and I for myself I mean I struggle with my my boys being able to give them that kind of space. How we recalibrate as inherent to say okay Try we do it. Incrementally I think the idea that we're going to raise our kids and then turn them loose on the world when they're twenty eight already go. Yeah that that. That's just she's not gonNa have them incrementally we increase their freedom which increases their risk of failure but it also increases their responsibility in their success. Just like taking training wheels off a bike and there's a chance chance of the child falling over
"seventy hours" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I mean, more than seventy hours of clinical care putting intensive three week programs is like real mental health treatment that shows real results improvements in resilience and these reductions in stress and PDF temp so mental health is something that we take very seriously. And, and we make sure they focus always mentioned, too, that, you know, every soldier. They're always going after a mission and wounded warrior. Helps them continue with another type of mission as they transition into civilian life. What are some of the projects that you do right here in Tennessee? Well, in Tennessee, we have an office in Nashville, but we reach veterans throughout the state and even into Kentucky. But the idea in Tennessee is that, you know, we want to connect with each other every community. We also offer opportunities for career counseling. So the population we serve is, is wounded veterans and their base different challenges, fighting employment. So we work with him to translate military. Experience a new resume we work with them to coax on interviewing we help them network. We kinda in find the right career so that they can transition into career similar to how they have their military career. Now they can have a civilian on that helps them be a productive member society. We L benefits when you serve in the military, and especially when you're injured earn benefits at a healthcare. Sometimes it. Getting a a monthly stipend for your injury. Depending on your injury is and we work with the warriors to kind of navigate through the VA benefits system. You know, stuff aired, we, we coaching there, where somebody can come to an event and learn the first step sorts getting back in shape physically, and mentally, and then we kind of coach them through the process after the to make sure that they are, you know, staying on track. And then we talked a little bit about mental show, does some those in Tennessee. To help minimum and find ways to cope with other combat stress..
Chicago PD Release Video of Jussie Smollett with NOOSE Around Neck
"Police releasing disturbing new video of actor jesse small let hours and hours pertaining to the investigation in the bogus attack detective say he staged u._s._a. radio's chris barnes with details seventy hours of footage and hundreds of files from the investigation into the actors alleged attack earlier this year that he reported some of the video showing the white rope looped around his neck which he had claimed attackers had placed on him smell it was indicted on multiple felony counts for allegedly staging the attack but the charges were later dropped a special prosecutor is now going to investigate the handling of the case which could result in new charges against the actor
"seventy hours" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Police have now released seventy hours video in the Josse, small case, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren have announced plans to. Erase college student debt and of course, for free college tuition. poor mayor pete local police put out a statement saying mayor pete by saying that racism infuses all police work they're not real happy and they believe that may repeat his taken the shooting of this man who by the way was not armed headed knife did not follow instructions charge a police officer apparently more than one occasion And the police feel that the mayor should be the funding the department as opposed to throwing the -partment under the ratio bus. Joe Biden is announced a plan for the so-called dreamers to make them immediate citizens not pass to citizenship. Not stand in line for the rest immediate citizenship. And next hour we're going to speak to a former senatorial candidate from California. Who writes for Forbes have written articles about the homeless problem in California? talked to him about the fact that low tax states are adding jobs at double the pace of high tax states shift thank maybe just maybe Their tax policies might have something to do with it. But I. President Trump was. ask why he thought four president obama has an endorsed joe biden here's what the president said in a new interview with the hill moments ago president trump questioning why president obama hasn't endorsed joe biden watch this exchange the has to be some reason why he's not endorsing he was vice they seem to have gotten alone and how president obama's not endorsing is rather a secret if you wanna know if you know the answer please let me know because i think it's very and then he goes on lies and said i asked the president not to endorse could be a break he said he asked the president because he's a barest by the fact that obama's not into issue so it goes on and says i asked prisoner bomb and not to endorse me well he was trying to get the endorsement so it could be that president obama no something but there is something going on that brand of this okay so then reporters followed up what exactly is going on in that brain of biden's and prompt continued quote i think he's off he's different we've all known him a long time i've seen him for a long time frankly he looks different he sounds different any thinks different other than that i hope he does very well now the reporters who just spoke with president trump saga jetty chief washington correspondent okay Now, let me tell you why the president has not endorsed, Joe Biden, by the way. How many of you have read the book game change? no larry your job to read the book it's a book written by co written by john how john holliman is the one who appears regularly on the morning joe show on m._s._n._b._c. he's the one who said that it was the hilary campaign that started the whole so-called birthing and i've told you a reporter from mcclatchy newspaper says that sidney blumenthal a top aide to hillary approached him and told him that obama was from africa anyway game changes a book co written by john highland here is what he said that senator obama said about his vice presidential running mate in two thousand eight on the campaign trail and i quote How many times is Biden going to say something stupid. Into photo. So not only. Do other people. Consider Joe Biden to be a non stop gaffe machine, but his running mate. And boss Brock Obama did as well. Here's the other reasonable bombs not endorsing him. assuming obama really wants to endorse him let's assume that for a moment just for a moment but but i don't think he does but assume that for a moment Do they do any good? just because obama says hey people this is a guy who ought to be the next president do you really think bernie sanders gonna go of the hey well you know the man is his anointed his successor or his immediate successor Warrant. Oh, since President Obama is now wait in, I guess, I'll just get out of the race because obviously he must be more qualified anybody'll mayor Pete. Comma, here are you kidding me? And then Obama comes out early and endorsed, Joe Biden. Joe Biden doesn't get the nomination. What does that mean about Obama's perceived power? It means pretty much nonexistent. And for the rest of Obama's life, he will have the same kind of cachet when he walks into a room. So it will be extremely risky for him to stick his neck out and endorsed, Joe Biden at this point, even if he wanted to, but he doesn't. this game change clip suggests that obama thought that joe biden was a necessary asset in order to get elected but didn't think very much of them not uncommon JFK didn't think much of Lyndon Johnson. If they are kept changing vice president, he ran four times. Not uncommon. But that's the primary reason that. Obama doesn't want to stick his neck out, what's the point? And then God forbid, he should endorse him, and Joe Biden do, as we expect him to do, which is the fumble, and fluster all over the campaign trail. cory booker is demanding that joe biden apologize for saying that you know back in the day i used to be able to work with civility with people i disagree with people like eastland people like talmadge sure they were segregationists but we got things done And Cory Booker. received a phone call from joe biden he didn't follow biden wanted to just clear the air and instead of clearing the air book in public today he asked i said you should apologize to the american people they're the ones you only apology to Now Trump by apologized. He was. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't I didn't mean I did my words it was construed. I didn't mean it. I'm sorry, EBay. Can't do that now. Because Trump troll him on Twitter. Sleepy Joe flippy Joe you. Can't do it. And if he starts backing around backing up on every other positions ever, taken the last forty years. he's going to be hammered as somebody who won't stand his ground who yield because of pressure who put this thing in the air and finds out where the wind blowing he'll be hammered He's Dead Man Walking just doesn't realize it. Now, mayor Pete. There was a shooting in south bend. And if you're watching the television news, we talked about it yesterday virtually nothing about the facts of the case turns out the suspect was breaking into cars or allegedly with breaking into cars and approach the sergeant who shot him with a knife knife with anywhere between six and eight inches long. no video and the speculation was there was something untoward about the video being taken off the cop didn't want the video on because it works in tandem with the light on the on the squad car and you didn't want to alert the suspect he was coming A knife was found at the scene. And mayor Pete head of town hall. I played you part of it yesterday. And he said this, and I'm quoting all police work in all of American life takes place in the shadow of racism. What does that mean? All police work and all of American life takes place in the shadow of racism into quote. You know there sounds like sounds like racism is in America's DNA, who said that. brock obama give you another quote on the twentieth anniversary of the o._j. simpson case race plays a part of everything in america Johnny cochran. so mayor pete is following in a long tradition of left wing people saying everything is racism from the womb to the tomb all police work in all of american life takes place in the shadow of racism in the fraternal order of police south bend indiana not happy for mayor and presidential candidate pete buddha judge to make spiriting remarks is divisive mayors focus on this incident is solely for political game and not for the health of the city he serves he's comments and actually the driving away between law enforcement officers and the community they took an oath to serve in the phone dead man walking number two I'm Larry open. we all have those home projects we'd like to get to before summertime right larry elder here with this always something that gets in the way for a lot of people they worry about overpaying for their home projects.
New police video shows Jussie Smollett with rope around neck
"To gago police released body camera footage from the night actor joe jussie smollet reported being attacked by two men video show small et inside his apartment with a white rope tied in a noose around his neck the actor claimed in january that he'd been the victim of a hate fueled attack but in february police said he'd staged it prosecutors dropped all charges mullet forfeited is ten thousand dollars bail and did community service the body camera video is part of over seventy hours of video four hundred pages of search warrants and some text messages chicago police released to
"seventy hours" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Spend sixty to seventy hours a week. Police chief from city consider myself to be hands-on deputy chief Foster's office is just a few feet away from. But he didn't exactly promise a top to bottom review of the department. When we allow an isolated incident the causes competence. Refused to do that. But to actually know whether it's an isolated incident you probably have to dig deeper, which is why it's worth pointing out Foster's nephew told prosecutor. The deputy chief was helping the marijuana for seven years federal investigation into deputy. Chief foster lasted all of four months enough time to get him off the street and into prison not enough to actually answer the question if the number two in the department is running a drug ring what else is going on. You're listening to the California report magazine, I'm Sasha coca and on this week show. Reporter Robert Louis is looking at corruption in the Fresno police department one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the state. Robert, you know, one of the things that's amazing to me is. I'm listening to your story is that this foster case, it's it's the kind of scandal that would bring down so many other leaders. How did chief dire not suspect something I mean, it wasn't only the money problems? I understand there were other questions like allegations that fosters sexually harassed another cop's wife even child abuse allegations that came out during Foster's divorce there were investigations into the sexual harassment and child abuse, and he was cleared but taken together, it seems like there should have been deeper scrutiny. And as we've said, we both spent months trying to get chief dire to do an interview with us. But he refused. He did speak to some graduate students from the UC Berkeley school of journalism last year for a story about racial disparities in policing. But he did so only on the condition. They not ask him about the foster case. No, no. I think you guys asked I think you guys asked about everything. Other. There's other things you could have asked. And I'm glad you didn't. But I already hopefully shared with them. Why wasn't going to reopen that wound either? But but this isn't the only wound right? Robert. I mean, I know dire called fosters arrest an isolated incident was it. No. It wasn't more than a dozen Fresno. Police officers have been arrested in recent years, including some big corruption busts. There was a Fresno drug unit investigated for allegedly running a stolen car parts ring. There was a vice detective convicted in federal court for taking bribes to help major drug dealer, and there was a cartel connected. Cop found with methods house. He was allowed to stay on the force only to be caught years later with a stolen truck outfitted, the smuggle drugs that officer was finally fired and is now facing criminal charges and local court now, I mean, I understand there were a lot of questions about the way those cases were handled and if anything was ever done after them to change things. I mean, this is a city that spent a decade even debating whether or not the police. Needed an independent auditor. And the position doesn't exactly have a lot of sway for example after Foster's arrest. The auditor recommended more financial disclosure, especially for officers seeking promotions. It just didn't happen retired. Lieutenant Dennis Montano is former head of internal affairs. He agreed to speak to me on the outskirts of the city Montana was Frank in his assessment the department too often treat corruption cases isolated incidents..
"seventy hours" Discussed on The Working Experience
"This through experience from working on Wall Street in investment banking where I would log a hundred hour work weeks. And after for me, I was young for after about seventy hours. It was just a a corpse a drone like beg of me sitting. In front of a computer where my output was. Maybe ten percent av. Fifteen percent. And I would make mistakes just be extremely tired. But in those days, Matt that was in my twenty early twenties. I was I was after the almighty dollar. I was hustling aisles eat, you know, I was taken people's souls. I was working for the man and willing to win at all costs, which I which I still do check this out. See this. To see I'm it's it. See what I'm doing right now. I am working on the podcast hard as everyone can hear. I'm also exercising. Got my hand exercise going I'm multitasking grinding doing all that look that for those of you that are just listening matches picked up a more exercise that that I believe it was made in the nineteen sixties that my father. I've saw I've seen my father us. You get like cutting edge dance. That's that's Manny ks form of quote, unquote, working algebra, actually, that's it for the week. He's multitask. That out shit shake it out of the man, he's a multi tasking as he's delivering these intellectual tidbits unbeliev. He's also working his full body yet Edith as long, okay? Eat it. Yeah. So that's Mr. Crawford and then. Well, okay. So he changed his lifestyle realize it made a miserable. Now is an entrepreneur in residence at a at five hundred startups and investment firm, blah, blah, blah, tells his fellow founders to seek out non work related activities like reading fiction watching movies or playing games. Somehow. This comes off his radical advice. It's oddly eye opening to them because they didn't realize they saw themselves as a resource to be expended. I mean, this is how far we fallen where it's like you have to tell people to like read a book to go do something else. Other than work. It was really depressing because Charlie Baker who's the governor of Massachusetts. He does like a once a week or once a month. He's on the radio on like a Friday mornings or something like that. And he takes call in questions, and whatever and. Someone said, yeah, I heard you don't really have any hobbies. You know, you don't really do anything else. And he said, we I I read you know, I enjoy reading and sorta it came up as I guess his wife said, well, that's not really a hobby. You're not doing anything. It's like yet. Like, what are you supposed to be doing like reading is not a I mean, I don't even call it a hobby. I think for me anyway, it's an essential activity. Like, I remember another teacher telling me last year. He had read something somebody. I think was on bus BuzzFeed or Huffington Post was talking about like short attention span. And how he as an adult was having you know, he was spending a lot of time online doing research and things like that. And he was having trouble focusing on a book or a magazine article like even just reading it like a paragraph, and it really made him, very uneasy. And it made me an easy hearing that you know, I wanna be like, okay. I need to sit down and read spend at least a half hour. So I make sure my brain can do it. You know, that I'm not just I don't want to become like what's that guy's name. Adam Schiff, he's ESPN guy sort of a reporter as she spends his whole life on his phones and on Twitter, and I can only imagine that. That's what I aspire to. Oh god. It's just just just might just my head might head buried. I'd actually. I got a couple of points. So just talking about, you know, me forget about like leisure. I mean in the most extreme cases telling people go to the bathroom. It's it's that point. And also to what the article points out is this is the rank and file right? So this is a message coming from the tough where and this is this is detested wage a wage what's term stagnation, right? So wages have stayed constant through. I think it's the last twenty years or even has actually depreciated a little bit come down a little bit..
"seventy hours" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Now more of W O ours. Look back at twenty eighteen top news stories. Here's Joe Bartlett. As two thousand eighteen comes to an end the Russia investigation. Also seems to be reaching a conclusion the latest development was the guilty plea and the three year prison sentence given to Michael Cohen, the president's former attorney he admitted paying hush money to women who claimed that they had affairs with President Trump Cohen and several other Trump associates were snagged as part of his ongoing Russia investigation looking for collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia in the two thousand sixteen election the latest on that now from correspondent Pierre Thomas. It's been a full year work for what? President Trump calls a phony Wichai amid all the charges in plea deals connected to Robert Mueller special counsel investigation to our study. In contrast, the first Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chair would found guilty on Bank and tax fraud charges. President Trump just before the verdict. Be a very good person. But Manafort, then cut a plea deal with Robert Muller's team agreeing to cooperate in the investigation into Russian interference in the election. But by November Muller's team was accusing Manafort of lying and the president was still considering a pardon. And then there's President Trump's former fixer in longtime lawyer Michael Cohen, he also ended up agreeing to a plea deal admitting that he lied to congress about a proposed Trump real estate deal in Russia. The president's reaction is that we I sources tell ABC news at spin at least seventy hours talking with mothers team,.
"seventy hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That's not a I don't know if that's the answer I wanted. But go ahead. Look, you don't you never have one hundred percent guarantee because you never know how the dynamic is gonna work out. But it strikes me that. Is this a like a jury trial in which all we're getting so far is the prosecutor? We haven't seen the defense yet. We haven't seen the witnesses. We haven't seen the alternatives, and I don't think this is gonna play out the way Muller wants to play out. I think if anything is people learn more and more about it. They're going to be more and more offended. And and you gotta ask yourself. How about yourself or your neighbors or anybody you've ever seen? If you were if you were seventy hours with federal prosecutors, badgering you threatening you blackmailing, you, you know, what would you be willing to say? And I think a lot of what happened with Cohen was that was just pure intimidation. This happens to a lot of people. I mean, you know, I think popadopoulos regrets. What he did? I think as does Lieutenant General Flynn if somebody says, well, you better sign this, even though Conway didn't think you'll lied McCabe. Didn't think you'll lied struck? Didn't think you lied nobody in the FBI think thought you lied, but this is going to be our plea agreement. You're going to admit that you lied or we're going to have to dig deep into your son's finances next. And that might mean, you know years in prison for him. And I'm thinking, well, what father isn't going to just dive on the sword and take the hit. And that's what I believe happened. Right. And see the reason I really do believe more than any case. I can remember the we should be demanding all these transcripts is. We ought to. We ought to see which which lawyer threatened to go after his son, which lawyer threatened to bankrupting. I mean, you go down these case-by-case. These guys are playing with entire power, the US government to intimidate and destroy people. And that's a very frightening thing for the country's future. I think it is too. I quick break. We'll come back more with Newt Gingrich on the other side and your calls coming up at the bottom of this half hours holiday online shopping that you are doing here, some basic cyber safety guidelines don't shop from sites that do not have SSL encryption make sure the sites you are L starts with H T T P S instead of just HTTP and as an icon of a locked padlock typically to the left of the URL don't share your social security, number your birthday and check your.
"seventy hours" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Fire. Bob molar does the fact that this the Flynn testimony yesterday? The Flynn sentencing agreement went to a federal court in Washington is that insulated from being, you know, can it be exposed by the federal judge. Right. So we are seeing the further strategy from Muller of making himself Whitaker proof. We're seeing evidence of farming out. We're seeing reference to other investigations that are not Muller's, and even in this, very document. And so what could happen here is a strategy where you take me out, and you come knocking on my door, and I'm not home anymore because I've given everything else to every other people, I'm not your issue anymore. And I think that's what's going on so Frank if you just look at the cast of people who cooperated with Bob Muller, the people he's talked to at great length in the case here of Flynn. We're talking about nineteen meetings as you point out. We don't know how long those are the could've gone on for some time. You talk about seventy hours sitting. From Michael Cohen. For example. It seems that Bob Muller has what he needs. Now. Mabel to get to the next level of the closest inner circle to President Trump, which is the family. Yeah. I think in fact that underneath these these rejections Weaver lift these black magic marker points out. We would see people with the last name Trump or Kushner that that's my gut. That's how this reads, and I believe the re the extensive redaction is a reflection of that level of sensitive. Remember, it's been Muller strategy to tell us volumes in his documents. It's part of a deliberate strategy to lock in the information before he's possibly taken out. But what did we see yesterday? We saw the opposite of that. We saw lots of redaction you do that in the FBI either. When you have classified information or your at such a sensitivity level that you cannot expose. This is someone who is on the inside side by side with Trump during the. Campaign and inside the White House. Will we see reference to quick cooperation by what does that mean? Did it happen in what we call the golden hour where you could even wire somebody up and have him share communications in real my lower and Frank thick Lizzy. Michael isikoff. Thank you both for being on. And still ahead. Thousands are expected to fill the National Cathedral today to pay their final respects to fall. More president George H W Bush from family and friends to world leaders and all the living presidents. Mike dole. Of course was Gerald Ford's VP nominee and seventy six four years later. It was George H W Bush, they were always stiff competitors. And that was no more evident than than nineteen Eighty-eight. When George Bush came back in one New Hampshire until response was are actually I think it was actually on the floor the convention for Bob Dole said stop lying about my record. But like Jefferson and Adams. These political rivals became good friends. It's hard to speak about this. Joe Bob Dole tenth mountain division. World War Two badly wounded. For life in Italy became best friends in the Veterans Administration hospital with former Senator the late Daniel Inouye became close friends with George H W Bush after that nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight campaign, and here he is an American citizen brother in arms standing with some difficulty and some assistance to salute his former commander in chief. This is a site. This is an American story that we should cling to grasp and hold onto a memory in these times, we're going through these turbulent political times Willie. We have heard many people ask the question as we look at Senator Dole. And we remember George H W Bush asking the question will there ever be another vet we serve his? Resident United States will this last election actually, suggests very strongly that? They will there will be because so many men and women who served us. Proudly in war in Iraq and Afghanistan. Have now come home the service and the United States house and the Senate and in local positions and governorships, and unfortunately, the war is gone on so long for seventeen years that there are a lot of them so inevitably and hopefully they will continue to rise up. But when you look at that image, it just you know, we were watching it at home with some people who are over, and everybody's in tears and my nine year old, son. So why are you got what's going on crying what's happening here?.
Michael Cohen: What Trump lashing out at his ex-lawyer reveals
"Plead means, and and you know, what it means for President Trump. Well, that's the big question. And we don't know that just yet because it's likely to depend on what Michael Cohen told Robert Muller and his team. And that's the big number. We're looking at we are told that he spent more than seventy hours talking to investigators from the special counsel's office about the two thousand sixteen campaign at about the president's potential business ties to Russia and any connection or conversations between the two sides. That's a lot of time. I mean to put that in to work week's really for people and imagine the things that he was being. Asked about we asked the president at the White House on Thursday. If he was nervous at all concerned about what Cohen may have said to Robert Muller and his team, the president said simply, no, he's not worried at all. When you think about I'm Michael Cohen. And just how close he was the president for so many years. I mean, these these are people who are extremely tight. I mean he can be called week Michael Cohen now. But for many many years, he was the guy who has a right hand man for President Trump is hurting, sir. Yes. The personal attorney, but far more than that a close confidante his fixer somebody who was a problem solver, and you know, in the rough and tumble world of New York real estate to have a guy like that who's going to go to the mat for us invaluable. So the president on Thursday came out. He he didn't even take questions. He just started talking to us at the White House because he clearly wanted to come out and make a statement after this news the play by Michael Cohen and the president over the course of nine minutes called Cohen a liar. He called him a weak person several times he called him and not very smart person. While the. Obvious question to that. Then is so why did you hire him? And why did you keep him on your payroll for more than a decade and the president very simply said he did a favor for me a long time ago. So let's talk about Trump Tower Moscow. And just exactly what it means that the president was working on this, which is what he said he was during you know, when he spoke outside with the helicopter behind him. You know, what exactly this this deal means if he did pursue this all the way up until June of two thousand sixteen it's a timing question. What they said was happening. And when Michael Cohen told lawmakers at the project was abandoned in January of two thousand sixteen right as the primary season is getting underway. He now says that's not true that the project didn't end until June, which of course, was well into the campaign season when the president had effectively wrapped up the Republican nomination. Cohen also says he briefed the president and members of his family on multiple occasions about this and was even talking about a visit. Well, he was talking about this project with. Top officials in the Russian government dont just business people over there and that he was going to visit Moscow, and maybe even have the president go and visit. But that of course, did not happen. The president for two years has denied that he had any business dealings with Russia. He now is saying that, you know, this was not a secret project was out there that you can run for president and also continue your business. But this is just raising a lot of questions about what this potential business deal meant for his policies on the campaign trail his approach to sanctions on Russia about its aggression in Ukraine, which was very different than what Republicans were saying on Capitol Hill at the same time his positions on Russia and Ukraine in two thousand sixteen were very different from everybody else. Running for president. Now, this brings up a lot of questions of was this. Why proven and the president says, no that's not the case. But you know, lot more things that were chipping away at now to find out what this all meant back during the primary season ABC's. Karen Travers at the White House. Thank. As always, thank you.
"seventy hours" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"You show, you the meltdown of America. Southwest Airlines apology Ajaz after gate agent mocks five year old named ABCD. Now, I'm not making this up. Southwest Airlines was forced to issue a formal apology today after a woman set a gauge made fun of her five year old named ABC. The eat the mother a mother you hear this a mother. Everything's a mother today. The mother Tracy Redford says about the board a flight from John Wayne airport to El Paso in a gauge began to make fun of her doing her. The gauges started mocking my child's name laughing pointing at me, and my daughter in tech talking to other employees, Redford told a station KABC turned around and said, hey, I can hear you if I can hear you. My daughter can to the five year old's name is pronounced ABC city ABC city AB city. Blah, blah, blah to airline did not respond to fall complaint. Apologize. Statement. Okay. So they're gonna sue now on this. I get some crackpot lawyer. And that's that rats things Cohen pleads guilty lying to congress Mula, seventy hours of testimony. We know that. Nightmare before Christmas. We know that Mirko plane makes emergency landing in Germany. We don't care. Look at the Marco plane lesson iron cross on it. Wow. The Germans permit Merckel to have an iron cross on on German one. German dramatic one has an iron cross on it isn't that a little on the does that offend certain people to fly around with the plane with an iron cross on it. How's the communist like her destroyed our own? They should get the fly around with an airplane as an iron cross on it. Suicides fifty year peak? This is what triggered me. Life expectancy falls further. Suicides a fifty year peak overdoses record high. Okay, right as we're talking about that. And red laser that's floating president's chest and face during White House speech. That's that's a fun. That's not true that it wasn't laser dots. It was the cameras going off. It was the Red Eye on the cameras against the bulletproof screen, but it makes for a nice fear. There's so much hatred and so much negativity, and so much doubt and so much fear and so much vulnerability. What if one hundred million people at the same time said God bless God. What if in that moment you suspend all your? Superiority and your knowledge of the universe and knowledge of self which is of course, infinitely small and for one minute or one second you realize that you don't really know that much outside of your own world. Maybe not a navigate your business. Navigate your life. Could you have to? But what if you became vulnerable like a lobster? When they shed their shells. And they're completely naked until they grow a new one. Did you know that a lobster sheds their shells and a completely naked until they grow a new one? Did you know that? A lobster sheds its shell. And is completely naked until they grow a new shell. What does it have to do with you? What am I talking about? Could be anything you want to make it into. It's a great metaphor for humanity. And I think the simplest take home. Message would be that. Maybe we have to become vulnerable in order to grow at all. That if we're locked within our shells, we become rigid is that we have rigor mortis. It's certainly become true that in our political world. Rigor mortis is set in both sides are fixed in their ways. Both sides are like stiff corpses emitting. Slight sounds such as I love Trumper. I hate Trump or all day long Mueller and Trump this to me is the sound of a dying civilization to be stuck on such a thing. And I mean, I know where I stand on it. And I've told it enough where have to say it again. I've written about it. I've talked about it in a where my loyalties lie. I don't want to second guess me. But I think that there are so many more important topics for us to talk about which is why would I try to do here on the radio? So all my little lobsters out there who are listening. I invite you to become vulnerable and shed your shells become spiritually and emotionally naked. And see what happens when you recognize that you're not alone in the universe. And they may be something higher than all of us that does really exist. Be right back. Join the Savage Nation..
"seventy hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thank you. Relations between Washington and Riyadh have been tense in the wake of the killing of Jamaica show yeeha columnist for the Washington Post a White House official says that so far the president has only exchange pleasantries with the crown prince at the leaders opening session, just as he did. With nearly every other leader that was in attendance. Well, President Trump is in Argentina for the G twenty summit. There's trouble at home concerning. His former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen who is now cooperating with special counsel, Robert Muller. ABC news chief White House. Correspondent Jonathan Karl is in Buenos Aires, traveling with the president with a whirlwind two days of diplomatic meetings. Just getting underway. Now here in Buenos Aires. There is a new reality weighing on the Trump presidency. The president's longtime confidant Michael Cohen has spent seventy hours cooperating with the special counsel. That's Jonathan Karl reporting from Buenos Aires public school students, and parents have sued Rhode Island governor. Gina Raimondo and state education officials demanding the return of civics classes in their schools. The suicide filed this week in federal court by the center for educational equity at Columbia University and the Rhode Island center for Justice. One plaintiff says that he hasn't been exposed to even the basics of how to participate in democratic institutions. Governor Raimondo says it's been working on fixing fundamental problems in the educational system. Still ahead a sign in Kenmore square not going anywhere for a long time. That story is.
"seventy hours" Discussed on KOMO
"Oh in the longtime lawyer for President Trump leaving a federal courthouse in New York City after pleading guilty to lying to congress. He's reached a new plea deal with the special counsel's office. ABC senior Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas says it regarded a Trump real estate project in Russia. Sources familiar with the discussions. Tell ABC news Cohen spent about seventy hours with the Muller team with questions focusing on context with Russia during the campaign. Trump's business ties to Russia, obstruction of Justice and talk of possible pardons ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega. Says it is impossible to overstate the relationship between Michael Cohen and Donald Trump. He was among his most loyal zealous defenders for years. And we also know that the president has really painted him out to be a liar. He has said any Michael Cohen will do anything to get out of trouble. This is the president said to leave the White House for the g twenty summit in Argentina among the meetings on his schedule a sit down with Russia's Vladimir Putin. National security adviser John Bolton says the agenda will include security issues on arms control issues on regional issues, including the Middle East. The president's also taking aim at GM this morning. President Trump continues to slam General Motors after its announcement that it was closing several US factories and laying off thousands of workers the president on Twitter this morning framing the automakers news as an anomaly writing General Motors is very counter to what other auto and other companies are doing ABC's. Karen Travers, new CDC reports is life expectancy across the US has fall into seventy eight years seven months, George Washington University. Doctor William Dietz blames part of it on drug overdoses and rising suicides. There's divisive politics. The income gap is widening, and I really do believe that people are increasingly hopeless. You're listening to ABC news..
Sennheiser’s Momentum True Wireless bring a hi-fi pedigree to $300 earbuds
"Finish up with wireless ear, bud trends because and we talked about a couple of these on the show, but audio Technica has a couple Sennheiser has a couple of teams like like, true. They're calling them true wireless because they don't have a wire connecting the two ear buds. The air pods style for you. Apple fans is settling in. Yeah, it's in the thing about Google, especially with. They're not exactly wireless ear buds. You know, I think audio is an afterthought. A lot of people who are into quality audio, not been impressed with the air pods. Sennheiser generally, you know, they're, they're, they're a headphone and microphone company and the general you good work. I can't wait to hear these very, very curious. You know, these are, you know, true. You know, discreet, not connected ear buds, you know they're going to be somewhere in the three hundred dollar range. They're promising, you know, four hours of listening, twelve hours with the case when you're seeing right now, if you're watching the video that's audio Technica and audit tactic goes was doing much interesting announcements. But again, the wireless ear buds on as a respected audio company. These look a little big and finding them on on Amazon's gonna be a nightmare because it's the h. desks. He k. are seventeen w, you know. But these are these are two Sennheiser and audio Technica to respected audio companies. And I think they waited for, you know, the a lot of the problem with the early wireless ear buds was actually getting the left and right ear bud to sink and play audio at the same time, turned out to be a much bigger problem. Anybody thought it would be. So I think they've, they've waited for the chip sets to solidify become relatively inexpensive. I think there may be waiting for bluetooth, five point. Oh, and I'm very, very cute. To hear both of these, you know, like the you're talking about, like, you know, Aptex support is built in. He's he standard SBC bluetooth five point which may promise the upgrade that next generation. But next generation Aptex HD. I mean, it was crazy is Sony's got a new high end wireless headphone and audio Technica also announced one. I was kinda surprised by this very curious to hear the again a name that just rolls off the tongue. The s or fifty BT and the thirty BT and they're claiming seventy hours of battery life. Not for not for airbud though. Right? These are not bright your of her. Yeah, these are headphones. So I think as more and more manufacturers start stripping, the headphone jacks out of phones were were starting to see a little bit of acceleration in the high end audio market.
"seventy hours" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"We had an army check pilots and so we had to go through all the procedures that that were required an impasse cami yeah fight and so after we started out in time mary jane which was with the with the pt nineteen and that much to the pt seventeen which was by planes chairman and after the thirty five hours in that then we went to the at six which was advanced trainer the some of the classes had gone basic but we went to the bench chain from that primary train that was he at six and when he had to do lack of betting and we had quite a bit across country training also because some of the last the first classes we're going into this very come in but then after able capable of fine and they decided we could do anything we had to coach costa the heck a batic and and as as well as as cuss country training and we did the academics to mostly to make sure we knew how to recover from athlete got into travel and so we had seventy hours in the eighteenth six at that time and then we went back to the basic bt thirteen and had her instrument training leads seventy hours of instrumental any so that we could fi get our instrumentation and after completing nothing we went back to the at six again and we had two thousand mile costs country and then finished up are required hours and graduated there were twenty five thousand women that had applied to the program and eighteen hundred bucks septic and there were a thousand seventy two that had actually graduated and they were sent to bases all over the country any air base is the air car and so they were sent to any base in whatever base you or send to get the duties that would require there and i was sent to advanced twin engine school and out the engine and i worked out of the engineering hangar and was a test pilot for the channel which was the training plane they were using it that time at that failed in seymour indiana from there i was supposed to go to be twenty six toe target which is in panama city florida in june of forty four i had graduated in may forty four hundred forty four we get on is that program was going to be disbanded in december because congress would not pass legislation to make us apart of the military even though he had been under the military the hell of time during training and and that's a different basis congress wouldn't approve that we were part of the military so gerald said if it wasn't approved that he would spend the program in december forty four so i got orders to go to be twenty six and then shortly after about two weeks after i i got some notice that we were going to be dismantled so i stayed there at freeman field then and now van lust patented in december forty four we were recognized as military though until nineteen seventy two and nineteen seventy two that's i graduated from there for shikata me can the article came out in the paper that she was first defined military planes so the in washington and several others got together with us senator barry goldwater and general arnold son and kathy lettuce asian pass that lee had been a part of military and president carter signed in nineteen seventy seven and that was long overdue this is colonel danny gillerman frontlines of freedom and we're discussing wasp with jane doyle jane finally after all you guys did after all the miles you flew all the airplanes you flew all over the place for our military finally of nineteen seventytwo you're recognized as veterans you are now as much veterans i am right you're entitled to all the veterans benefits you are recognized for your service my right yes that's correct we just got the approval though to be buried in an arlington that had been denied for quite a few years a couple of years we did have that approval and then one of his secretaries decided we didn't need it and so for years we couldn't be buried all income with that last year i that proves it so we couldn't be buried in arlington no well certainly the women who stepped forward filled a huge need because basically what you did is i recollect is you flew planes anywhere in the united states from the manufacturer to a deployment field test flights deployment sites you have here and.
"seventy hours" Discussed on WEEI
"Gotta give him credit trico has been in the nfl for one year he rushed for three hundred seventy hours for the chicago bears that's it can you tell me why tarik cohen has any appeal to a national owning i think what you said earlier i think you nailed it earlier i think rome's agent is the same agent the price has and tarik cohen all these guys he just has them on that's what i think i'm trying to find why anyone would care he's five foot six maybe that's kind of cool is small he's just a kid who who's making in the nfl why would anyone across the country care rackham i'd say rackham yeah from pick yes told you mark james filled in for jim rome you right yeah i can look for it yeah oh god he's better than jim rome you agree with that right i'll go in when you go into rome's world you have to play along does rome's world's ever name oats the jungle i feel welcome to the john garfield high winds mayors it'll be like going to a cult i'd lose my mind i become like that i'm scared scared i'm scared listening to it would if you're welcome to the jungle a tremendous monday morning team you he says he had a great show yesterday it's like cohen like ryan seacrest it's not a real person it's just the guy's voice prompter a phone some kind of script you don't know what where they come from all we know he could worship the devil or doing this tomorrow okay listen heads up here okay was wrong calls listeners clung phones that's up here clones we are doing our version of the smack off tomorrow o'clock we are yes i want to providence what do you mean just called you exactly or i'll just call do you go against each other they is the ultimate judge jury right he's the arbiter they call it and he's tomorrow i'm the jim rome of the show here the best he racks him you wynonna smack smack off wow what happens then i think you get like a couple of hundred bucks tshirt get a t shirt but you that tomorrow at eight o'clock the first annual kirk and callahan snack off smack off tomorrow at eight o'clock when all the callers lined up on heartaches we used to get to the dentist accounting yakov was pretty brief though was pretty brief remember that name was terrible deal love that name his cough sounds like yaacov smyrna yes it was that stupid apple was like ten seconds dom last three day we just i just started i already knew as dominant as can i say dumb guys are crazy do i want to deal with this you didn't though you kept to yourself i knew even then i knew just float away right like nobody was behind like everything else yes so we do around but we're doing this you understand we're doing tomorrow just want so we're gonna make it look forward to that tomorrow and yesterday was good as well next what are we doing the start of next month it's a good question i don't know yet get in and rip a golden ticket who are running out of time i want people calling in with ransom note sense that are tied to nothing that right and what you gotta do is attack other callers that's right that's the keys but from my house got to call up and wristy from you know kevin from brussels i anyone besides mutt no that's true that's a good point but yeah but they can rip whoever will paul from michigan can call in and paul mission no bracket get him to call in you can't get a hold of him or he might be excited theresa owner calls in the middle of this or they gonna take them that's sometimes you just yeah one of the big stars grown yes we get his interview with cohen and want to hear what you ask a backup running basketball mark james on on for jim rome right now good and interesting name isn't kona jewish name three cohen chicago bears running back joins me an hour number three we had that setup at the end of last week but fell through the cracks and we're gonna reset that oh good what you explain your listeners bring this guy back on i can't wait is it a smackdown among is the youngest producer hates him and you think he'd just is like in this world if he's producer probably makes like thirty five.
"seventy hours" Discussed on WTVN
"Are supposed to burn for fifty to seventy hours man that's that's pretty good so imagine your workplace when you've got the meat scented candle burning all day long or just you know chilling out in your your den at home couple of other things of of quick note elon musk is going to be selling flame throwers we'll get to that a little bit later on in the show i thought that was kind of an interesting thing and there was a guy so smelly on a overseas flight that they had to make an emergency landing and give him the boot now when this happened to a woman recently of course there was charges of racism doesn't sound like anything of the sort here but we'll get into that a little bit later on this hour but for right now traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens from the tempstar heating and cooling and johnny hill what is we got we backed up at me airfield i would imagine or what well we're not doing so bad over there are two seventy and thirty three i think a lot of folks stuck around then sounds like they just got restarted here earned the last thirty minutes or so and it's tiger still on the course who's leaving i mean really standard soaking wet i seventy one three fifteen little slow out of downtown three fifteen in particular became stop and go recently as you're headed northbound southbound still has an accident scene at seventy west seventyone is still heavy getting down to grow city the outer bounce got a couple issues one accident to seventy northbound between alum creek and a thirtythree looks like all lanes are open but traffic is still heavy getting up here we still have a couple of lanes blocked to seventy southbound exiting it main but they're trying to get that accident out of the way and an accident on pereira's near sankus to get out of the way as well.
"seventy hours" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM
"We haven't yet at the comments and thirty five thirty five south irish at the president we have been able to train over four hundred and fifty men and women across the city of chicago and let me get say the diva young men and women that have been locked out blocked out and people have turned them down for opportunities we have trained them and has done some successful plates with the pain start of these basements have been forty twenty eight hour just for flag there on the highway where we come and go every day right so you could see why the hispanics and the other individuals that are running to those jobs 'cause paying jobs one of the things that we have done also is that we have gotten young men jobs up north on clyborn diversity making sixty six seventy eight hour sixty six seventy hours some of these young men had came straight out of state fail and honey and that's a big change that's a that's a radical change for those young men and women that have been going through something and they come back and get that type of dignity and they home so join the thirteenth we are having over twenty to thirty general contractors and developers to be coming to talk to contractors as well as young man looking for job training so that's what we're doing and i thank god for reverend jesse jackson for strasbourg and her staff for understanding and bringing this out to the public we need these jobs we really do in our backyard now you are also helping and fighting to get blacks as waiters to so you're kind of in the restaurant industry as well how you doing we're done really good actually i would just before you get i get online we would i was just getting update from a couple of the individuals that have went through the house patel training and they worked last night they say they did aladdin party they did a another bit since launching so they're making good money that that average just to start that it's eleven dollars our if some of them did not even understand that that's the only like five or six hours worth of work okay so okay i was gonna ask you because our previous guests chef jimmy carter was saying he's having problems getting african americans because they're expunged records supposed to be expunged it comes up during the fingerprinting and i was.
"seventy hours" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A a fixed part of the equation here and i think everything comes together i mean if you told me that they were going to be where they are in anthony rizzo would be having a bad of a start as the ads like i'd be fine with it because he's he is the captain of the team and he's gonna figure it out he's too good of a hitter not to and everything will fall into place how excited are yankees fans these days in new york it is brutal brutal to be around them rule i actually one other question for for you so be beat the cubs the defense is what's really been making me mad because i've expected everything with the pitching is up and down a little bit hitting cold hitting but the defense has been head scratching because the defense has not been as good as it used to when did you what are you worried about yes like one of those things if you have bad tendencies early and you don't never get kind of figure it out and throw the ball around a little bit it just makes you a little nervous i mean seventy hours for bias controllers committed eric catcher than in the outfield yesterday i still think they've got good defense like i think that's gonna be okay the question is are they gonna hit and hit with runners in scoring position to then do they have a true as on the staff weird that we actually asked that question it's a legitimate question when you see the town up and down the line but it's true because you saw a little bit of it last year to just hitting with menin scores position and and and getting guys in situational hitting how many times because they talked about situational hitting it's like it's ad nauseam and at some point it's gotta kinda actually happened yeah that's that's the thing and got their hitting coach fired last year they've gone eight games now three runs or less for the last eight games so so we'll see our nba playoffs i know you're a big gambler why don't i have to parlays out there you are you pro parlay or anti parlay i mean it's kind of a full bet but i i'm a fool right so which do you like better.
"seventy hours" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Test your kids good night if you start work in seventy hours a week you get stale quick because you don't have time to do the things your body needs to do to recover yeah then he said you're a professor earlier this year that are consulting alone 1020 gives a skull of all that you're involved in well i used to be i was the ceo of walmart dot com and i i would i kinda rose up through the ranks of pepsico in marketing before that so and i've done a couple start else one of them is who nile which sells engagement rings to man was part of that started up team so i've done a lot of startups and corporate jobs about five years ago when i nearly hit fifty i transition into teaching at becoming a professor i'm also a venture capitalist for the press screw group so we invest in early stage tech deals so i spend my time between uh teaching enduring technology investments in i work this book on the side just because i thought the topic was were talking about because people aren't getting real feedback about their careers from their organizations because we live in the living of the ten ninety nine employees now so you you know you don't you don't see ibm and and pean he investing years in the person's developments so people gotta take care of themselves now absolutely and and what off fairness uh you know frankly that that could ninety nine setas won't both ways any disadvantages to go the employer and employee but it it people have old school thinking about this uh you know that they're supposed to be around forever go up with that because they are setting themselves up for failure other meanwhile you don't have bigger or ten ninety nine they have a level of autonomy that employees you ever having you cool things like create our own l l c with your employer and actually get past that you know what i'm talking about but they need.
"seventy hours" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Test your kids good night if you start work in seventy hours a week you get stale quick because you don't have time to do the things your body needs to do to recover yeah sara professor under this new that are here consulting longterm gives the skull of all that you're involving well i used to be i was the ceo of walmart dot com and i i would i kinda rose up through the ranks of pepsico in marketing before that so and i got a couple start off one of them has nial which sells engagement rings to man was part of that started up team still has done a lot of startups and corporate jobs about five years ago when i nearly hit fifty i transition into teaching at becoming a professor i'm also a venture capitalist for the press group group so we invest in early stage tech deals so i spend my time between uh teaching enduring technology investments and i work this book on the side just because i thought the top was were talking about because people aren't getting real feedback about their careers from their organizations because we live in the you know live in the age of the ten ninety nine employees now so we ever you don't you don't see ibm and and png investing years in the person's development so people gotta take care of themselves now absolutely and and what off fairness uh you know frankly that back to ninety nine setas walks both ways and he that he bandages to go p employer and employee but if if people have old school thinking about this uh you know that they're supposed to be around forever go up with that because it they are setting themselves up for failure other meanwhile you don't have the hilton running either have a level of autonomy that employees you never have in making you cool things like corey tyrone l l c with your employer and actually get passed advantages you know what i'm talking about but who do that all that stuff things happen because of their.