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"sully" Discussed on WTOP
"The New York case and other investigations he faces as a coordinated effort to Sully his reelection chances. And Lisa Dwight. More news about campaign 2024 on WTO. Florida governor Ron DeSantis is expected to eventually officially launch his bid for The White House early tomorrow evening during a live event on Twitter with Elon Musk. It's not clear, however, whether Musk will explicitly endorse desantis during this event. Meanwhile, a Trump adviser tells CBS News that by going on Twitter for his launch, desantis is showing he doesn't want to interact with people. But a desantis ally tells us that the governor will hold a formal campaign rally with his supporters in the coming days. CBS News correspondent Robert Costa reporting from Miami will have full coverage of that desantis launch tomorrow evening here at a WTO dot com. Meantime, another civil rights organization is criticizing desantis and his state's policies. There are now several groups warning people about visiting Florida. The latest advisory comes from the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBTQ+ organization. Its president calls Florida a place with dangerous policies, but says it is not a boycott, an NAACP travel advisory issued over the weekend. It notes that Florida has become hostile to black Americans, and last Wednesday the league of united Latin American citizens or lulac issued a travel advisory, calling the state a dangerous place for Americans and immigrants. Florida governor Ron DeSantis team calls the latest travel advisory stunts and says the state is seeing record breaking tourism. That piper, CBS News. A bill that would ban most abortions after around 6 weeks of pregnancy has passed the South Carolina Senate. The vote sends the bill to the governor, whose promise to sign it. I had tonight on WTO after traffic and weather, a chef from California's Napa Valley, now sets up shop in our area. Ten 36 on the battlefield, there's a saying, America's military men and women live by. Never leave a fallen warrior behind, ever. Off the battlefield wounded warrior project operates with the same goal. Wounded warrior
AP News Radio
Trump makes video appearance in New York criminal case, trial date tentatively set for late March
"Did not guilty last month to 34 counts of falsifying business records at his family company, the Trump organization. Trump has portrayed the New York case and other investigations he faces as a coordinated effort to Sully his reelection chances. And Lisa dwyer
AP News Radio
Brighton thrashes Liverpool 3-0 in EPL
"Brightness 7th in the EPL and 5 points from the Champions League cut off, following the three zero route of struggling Liverpool. After a scoreless first half, the seagulls took control on goals by Sully march in the 46th and 53rd minutes. March also had a penalty kick attempt called back due to an offsides call late in the first half. Back up Danny walbeck closed the scoring as bright and searched ahead of Liverpool, which fell to 9th with its 6th loss of the season. It was Brighton's first home win over the red since 1961. I'm Dave ferry.
Based On a True Story
"sully" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"January 13th, 1968, Folsom, California. We're at a prison. As the camera shows us different locations around the prison, we can see they are uniform guards like you would expect, but no prisoners inside. Even inside the prison, we can see empty cells, no prisoners. The muffled sound of music can be heard throughout the halls of the prison known. It's kind of odd. Then we can see it. All the prisoners are in a single room cheering, clapping, and stopping their feet to the beat. The musicians on stage are playing the same riff over and over. As the musicians are playing, the guitarist looks rather nervously at a door behind the stage. Behind the door, Joaquin Phoenix is version of Johnny Cash seems deep in thought. After this, the movie jumps to Arkansas in 1944, but later in the movie, we see more of the same event. And we see Joaquin Phoenix's version of Johnny Cash chat with the prisoners a little bit before singing his song called cocaine blues. That event really did happen this week in history. But the real Johnny Cash did not start off the performance with cocaine blues. Johnny Cash actually played two life performances at Folsom state prison on January 13th, 1968. And both performances started off with his song named after the prison called Folsom prison blues. The first performance started at 9 40 a.m., while the second was at 1240 p.m.. Part of the reason for two performances was because just like we see mentioned in the movie, they were recorded live. And cash wasn't really sure how that would turn out. So the second performance was kind of a backup of sorts. Except that kind of backfired a little bit because after playing 19 songs in the first concert, the musicians were pretty tired, understandably. But they went right back to work playing another 16 songs, 17 if you caught the repeat of graystone chapel at the end of the 1240 p.m. performance. Something else the movie doesn't really focus on is that Johnny Cash was not the only one to perform at the prison that day. Carl Perkins and the statler brothers were also there, each performing a song or two before Johnny Cash took stage. If you want to watch a depiction of the event this week, check out 2005s walk the line. It opens with the prison performance, but then we actually see more of it in the movie later on about the two hour mark. January 15th, 2009, New York City. There's a word that you don't want to hear coming from the cockpit of an airplane. Mayday, mayday. Tom Hanks version of captain chesley Sullenberger exclaims this. And he goes on to explain over the radio to air traffic control that they've lost both engines. Aaron Eckhart's version of first officer Jeff skiles is pushing controls, but he says there's no relight on engine one or two. From outside, we can see the plane they're flying is a huge passenger jet. Sully tells the controller he thinks they can get back to Laguardia talking about one of the airports in New York City. Again, seeing the plane from the outside, we can see the engines seem to be spitting out fire in an inconsistent manner. The plane is slowly losing altitude. As the plane turns, the camera angle gives us a better look at the ground and the massive city sprawling out beneath the plane. Who knows how many people will be killed should the huge plane crash into the heavily populated city. Solely in scales are piloting what essentially amounts to being glider at this point. And the buildings of New York City are dangerously close. Smoke streams from the engines as the airplane passes by buildings that are tall enough to be hit. Inside, passengers are screaming, they're understandably terrified of what they're going through. It's getting rough. They're bouncing around as the plane's altitude creeps lower and lower. Solly mutters, Lori, I love you, under his breath, talking about his wife who's played by Laura Linney in the movie. Finally, the plane crashes into the side of a building in a huge ball of flame. Just then, Sully wakes up in a cold sweat. It was all a dream. This is how the 2016 movie simply called Sully opens with a dream version of a very real event that took place this week in history. And the real event did not end the way we see in the opening of the movie. But the movie also admits to this being a dream. And since it pulled that little bait and switch, I thought I would do the same thing here. In the true story, Chelsea Sullenberger and Jeff skiles were piloting an Airbus a three 20 aircraft. It was U.S. airways flight 5 49 going from New York's Laguardia airport bound for Charlotte, North Carolina, and then on to Seattle, Washington. At three 24 56 p.m., the flight was cleared for takeoff. Less than a minute later, it was airborne. Everything seemed normal. It was a clear day with some scattered clouds in the sky. Then at three 27 and 11 seconds p.m., while the plane was still climbing from its initial takeoff, it hit a flock of Canada geese. At this point, they had traveled 4.5 miles in less than 3000 feet above the ground, passengers reported hearing loud bangs, fire flying out of the engines, and then silence. The air smelled of fuel. Because the plane was climbing at the moment of impact, it kept going up for a little while. But it only went just above 3000 feet before it started to go back down. Sully took the controls while skiles tried to restart the engines, but to no avail. At three 27 p.m., in 33 seconds, Sully radioed in the May Day and said he was going to try to go back to Laguardia. He was told he had permission to return to runway 31. Meanwhile, Laguardia halted all other flights to clear the air for flight 1549. Moments later saw he realized he wasn't going to make it back to Laguardia and asked for other options. There was an airport in New Jersey nearby in air traffic control gave them permission to land there. That was the plan for a fleeting moment until Sully realized they couldn't do that either. He told air traffic control, they're going to land in the Hudson River. Passing less than a thousand feet above the George Washington bridge that spans the Hudson Sully told everyone on board to brace for impact. 90 seconds later, at three 31 p.m. on January 15th, 2019, flight 1549 splashed down in a hard landing. Everyone on board survived. And since the FAA has released the cockpit recording to the public domain, here is the actual recording from that day where you'll hear conversations between air traffic control and flight 1549 with the call sign cactus 1549. This is cactus 1539 hit first through phosphorus returning back towards Laguardia. Okay. You need to return a little bit. You turn left heading up a two two there. Sorry, stop you to park, who's got a emergency returning? It's 1529. Bird strike, you lost all engine. He lost the thrust in the engine to turning immediately. Check this 15, 29, which engines he lost thrust in both ends as he said. Got it. I guess 15, 29. We can get it for you. Do you want to try to land wondering one three? Well, we may end up in. July 2020 journal of zero sum there. Hi, guys. It's 15.9. It's going to be less traffic to runway three one. Okay. What do you need to land?
Based On a True Story
"sully" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"The military uniform of the Roman Empire. Walking through the Woods with heavy steps, he makes his way to the edge of the river. He slows to a stop, looking at the water with a concerned look on his face. The river is a small one, and not deep enough to cover the numerous rocks that can be seen poking up out of the water. It's the kind of small river or stream you can easily cross on foot. But he doesn't cross it. Instead, he paces up and down the river with that same concerned look on his face. As he stares at the water. As he nears the camera, we can see him clenching his jaw as the gears turn inside his mind. In the next shot, we see a line of Roman soldiers. Most of them are on foot, although there are some cavalry in there as well. In the foreground is the river. The soldiers aren't moving. They're just standing there in front of the river. The man from earlier is on a horse now. He looks back at the soldiers, then slowly. He coaxes his horse forward across the river. The soldiers falling behind their leader, crossing the river as well. This was from the Netflix miniseries simply called Roman Empire. And what it's depicting really did happen. The man leading his army across the river as Julius Caesar, who's played by ditch Davy in the series. The name of the river is the Rubicon, and while it's true that it wasn't a physically difficult river to cross as far as the terrain is concerned, it was a huge deal for Caesar to cross the river with his army. You see, the Rubicon river was the border between Rome and Gaul as a quick little side note. Gull was a region in Western Europe that covered lands in modern day France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and some parts of Italy. For years prior to the event that happened this week in history, Caesar had been conquering Gaul for the Romans, something that earned him a lot of fame in Rome. It also earned him some enemies. They didn't like how popular Caesar was getting. One of them in particular was Pompeii, who convinced the Roman Senate to order Caesar to return to Rome where they wanted him to resign his post. There's some debate over exactly what the Senate wanted to do to Caesar because their plans never came to fruition. Caesar did return to Rome, but the reason crossing the Rubicon river with his army was such a big deal was because it meant Caesar was entering Roman lands at the head of his army. According to Roman law, only elected magistrates could lead their armies in Roman territory, breaking this law would immediately brand both the leader and the soldiers as outlaws and condemn them to death. So normally a Roman general would disband their army before entering Roman lands. When Caesar crossed the Rubicon at the head of his army, he was basically declaring war on Rome. It was a point of no return. This act is seen as the start of a Civil War that ended up with Pompey fleeing Rome and Julius Caesar as dictator of Rome. Probably the biggest thing to mention about the accuracy of how the series depicts the crossing of the Rubicon is to simply point out that we just don't know a lot about what the actual event looked like. For example, I know I started this segment by saying it happened on January 10th, but we don't even know if that is accurate for sure. Most historians say probably happened on the night of January 10th or the early morning hours of January 11th, but that's more of an educated guess than unknown fact though. If you want to watch the event this week, check out season two episode three of Netflix's docudrama series simply called Roman Empire. Crossing the river itself is about the 20 minute mark of that episode. Although the entire episode is called crossing the Rubicon and it does a great job of setting up that event. Before we go further, today's episode is sponsored in part by Omaha steaks. So let's take a moment to hear about them. Happy 2023. I hope your holidays were wonderful. 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Dennis Prager Podcasts
How Will Mitch McConnell Govern As Majority Leader?
"Next time I'm here, maybe we're talking about a 52 dare I dream 53 Senate seat majority there in the upper house and the upper part of Congress and was certainly certainly going to win back the House of Representatives. Got to look at Mitch McConnell as Senate majority leader, somebody called me on the local show this morning and said, is it a good news bad news thing where the good news is we won the Senate back, but the bad news is we got Mitch. I think Mitch McConnell is over praised and over criticized. I will always thank him for holding open that seat. The Supreme Court seat so that thank God Merrick Garland is not sullying the Supreme Court and we had the chance to have an election and see who gets to pick that seat. It was Trump, thank God again, who gave us three constitutionalist Supreme Court Justices, the country is better off as a result. In other ways, Mitch seems to be a creature of the establishment. He's going to have to be a Senate majority leader looking at brand new faces like Blake masters, Herschel Walker, JD Vance, that could be fun. And I think if the usual characteristic of Mitch that is most concrete is that Mitch is going to do what's good for Mitch. Which, by the way, is true of most politicians. Especially in leadership positions that maybe that'll wind up being a good thing because you'll see the way the field is striped and that there is a certain way you want to call it trumpian flavor maga flavor. Let's call it a bold conservative flavor. Among some of the new arrivals so that it would do well for him to be part of the solution and not part of the problem.
The Eric Metaxas Show
This Is the Type of Corruption They Make Movies About
"Corruption, James, it is unlike it's the kind of thing that they make movies about, like Chinatown, starring Jack Nicholson. Throughout American history, we've made films about just the deep levels of corruption and how heroes go up against it. But to have it in The White House, it's mind-blowing. It's absolutely mind-blowing. And even you just now said, you don't think anything's going to come with this. You don't think if the Republicans gain power in the House in November or in next year, you don't think that they're going to do anything about this? I think they will, but their power is limited. Hey, the Republicans held Eric holder in contempt of Congress. But nothing happened to him because the Obama administration was running the Department of Justice and only they can seek that indictment and go after him and say, hey, listen, you know, we're going to jail you here for breaking the law. Until and unless you get a Republicans who are principled and own The White House when I say own it, I mean occupy it as elected representatives and they're actually carrying out with a promise to do. Nothing can really come up this. Unless people rise up and the people in politics have to pay an electoral price for basically ripping us off and ripping off the world and sullying our nation.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
What Will This Feeble FBI Do Next? Lord Conrad Black Weighs In
"Conrad, it seems this is every week that there's another. Disgusting, sullying detail, first it was the FBI agents demanding the cameras be switched off, keeping the attorneys outside of the building, then it was rifling through Melania Trump's wardrobe, and now raiding a 16 year old young boy's bedroom Conrad? Yeah, I agree with you. I think it just gets worse and worse. And meanwhile, the excuse for doing it becomes a fainter and feebler. All the time. I mean, they danced around for a while with the Niagara river of leaks with which the Justice Department now routinely operates and then is like this. And it all completely illegal as you know, and completely unprofessional. And the sort of thing, by the way, that in Canada create Britain, you'd be disbarred for. I mean, the lawyers responsible in the DoJ and the FBI's lawyers who were involved in this. But they stopped for, but 6 hours on the idea of the espionage act and abandoned that. We had the nuclear secrets and nonsense. And in the desperation and their amateurism, the spread out these documents on the ride on the floor, but the rooms of Mar-a-Lago as if that's how the former president had treated these things and then scattered them around. Which turned out to be empty folders, empty folders. Yeah, I mean, the whole thing is just crumbling. Other than in the, in the resistless and bigoted imaginations of the anti Trump media.
Elon Musk Says He's Terminating Deal to Buy Twitter
"Well quickly Elon Musk has just notified Twitter He's terminating the deal He once done his $44 billion buy of Twitter CNBC reports corridor letters sent by Lauren's behalf to the company's chief legal officer Why Because he says Twitter's not coming clean With how many phony accounts it has And in the letter disclosed an SEC filing Scott and ARP's attorney Mike Wrangler tried to Twitter is not complied with its contractual obligations Did not provide Musk with relevant business information he requested As Wrangler said the contract would require Musk has previously said he wanted to assess what his claims that about 5% of its monetizable daily activity users are spam accounts Twitter has failed to refuse to provide this information ringler claims sometimes Twitter is ignored mister Musk requests Sometimes it is rejected rejected them for reasons that appear to be unjustified Sometimes it is claimed to comply with giving mister Musk incomplete or unusable information And so the lawyer also charged in the lighter the Twitter breached the merger agreement because it allegedly contains materially inaccurate representations And that's based on Musk's own preliminary review of spam accounts on Twitter's platform And Twitter said it's not possible to calculate spam accounts from Sully public information Well then provide the man with the information he asked for
AP News Radio
Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid
"President Biden calls it a momentous day celebrating the bids by two once neutral nations to join NATO in response to Russia's Ukraine invasion The president says the U.S. fully backs applications from Finland and Sweden They meet every NATO requirement and then some And having two new NATO members in the high north will enhance the security of our alliance And would be a big embarrassment for Moscow which cited Ukraine's NATO aspirations as one reason for the invasion But Finland and Sweden face a roadblock Turkey says it's against their bids over terror concerns and other issues Finnish president Sully Nina says he's happy to discuss We condemn terrorism in
The Charlie Kirk Show
Josh Hammer on This Week's Unprecedented Events Surrounding SCOTUS
"I have the privilege now of welcoming the next guest to the show. Josh hammer, the opinion editor for newsweek, Josh, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Andrew, good to see you, my Friends. Always a pleasure. I likewise, likewise. You are, in my opinion, one of the most prescient legal minds on the conservative side. I think you're very fair. I think you try and play it very fair, but you write extensively about the constitution, you are very well versed on the Supreme Court. Obviously you're the opinion editor at newsweek, so you have a very powerful platform. From a legal mind such as yours, looking at what's been going on over the past week and really accelerated over the last couple of days over the weekend, trying to paint a picture for the audience listening just how unprecedented this is and just how truly radical it is in your estimation. Yeah, no, Andrew, there's so much to unpack here, obviously. But before we get into the constitution and the Dobbs case and all of that, just any pro life perspective, someone who personally, you know, I cofounded law students for life, the pro life student group back when I was in law school at the University of Chicago. I have marched in sub zero temperatures in Chicago, back when I was in law school there on four life, it is really, really, really terrible that the culmination of now a half century of pro life efforts to speak on behalf of unborn children for the sacredness of all innocent human life has now been sullied by this unprecedented and really just disgusting alinsky eyed at all cost tactics that we are now seeing. And, you know, it's easy to call things unprecedented, but in this particular case, Andrew, they're literally is zero precedent for what we are seeing right now. This kind of thing simply does not happen. The Supreme Court literally can only get by when the justice is the clerks know that their emails are not going to be leaked because if the entire notion of a government of laws and not of men to kind of borrow the famous quip from John Adams back from the 1780s, if that phrase means anything at all, it means that the judicial branch and the Supreme Court in particular can not possibly be swayed or cowed by public mob
T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"sully" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"Can we get creative with the schedule. So we we looked at our case we hire for dr wind could be worked obviously earned in desert third dark story of heart there doctor. Obviously we have friday. But if we're all here that's three docks four chairs and we run a pretty robust assistant column already with like sleep some ortho. So that's going to really kinda put us at one chair per doc which i think is but there's some definitely challenges mentally because dad 'member when i got there before adding all retailers so now i'm trying to get him to go to one chair after That was that was the biggest hardest step for me in he. We'll tell you it's still yet still is how you get the calls every once in a while. It's still is but he's getting better and so and not not the production because remember we all start. Were still independent. People with retirement plans with family's gotta make our number. I think also even more pressure now. Because you know you've got to make this down payment for this building immuno. This building is coming sales right. So you're like i got to produce too. I remember having. We've never felt that pressure. You'd have before when you were coming in. I never now. You're feeling that pressure and so we started looking at chance so then not only my asking him to one chair. But now i'm asking him to go to three days clinically. So i said. Here's what i was doing dentistry dentistry. Here's i wanna do. I wanna go to where basically you and i have Three days where we do dentistry and one day where we just do hygiene checks and console consoles so like a a concert day kind of a deal and where basically that's that's no production essentially virtually and no direct direct production. Right what what was crazy was. It became my most promotion most important day. It was giving it up now. We have more chairs than ever. And i'll have one day that will just be just become so so. Let's come back to this so we had talked about so your mindset. Was let's wait. We'll get in the building that we can bring somebody in my said was just go through the exercise of what it would look like. And we had worked through some of this even as far as like interviewing because at the time we were even considering interviewing people. And you're like dude. It may take you a year to find the right person. It's a it's a great thing now. You don't have to make a decision now. You can just interview interview and find the right person right. You know they'll pressure so now my first thought was okay. You want to bring somebody in four days a week. That's fulltime it sure. So where do we find four days so we have friday. That's one that's one and then my initial says why don't you just both cut down to three days. Okay and so. That's two and three right so suddenly just by doing that. We're we're we've got three of the four days that we need to bring an associated in the current space. And i didn't say let's cut to three days and not work the fourth day. Let's make the fourth day your your hygiene day right so in other words. Think about this. Now you're doing. I'm gonna make up the days here rigs going to be working monday. And he's going to be focused on all his big cases where going to check hygiene is a hindrance clinically for dentistry. But sully's there he's dedicated to check in hygiene that gives meghna the opportunity to focus on speed. Not having to get up all of those things correct. I spend more time with the patient. I probably this dentistry. And then tuesdays. The opposite sully doing his big cases and rick's there to do the hygiene and to mentor. The associate you know and then wednesdays the crazy day like it's all hands on deck and now rick doesn't work. You know whatever you as you take mondays off whatever it may be to suddenly it. Just the puzzle pieces fit together to where you were able. You guys were able to with creative thinking in different mindset way able to run three dentists out of eight chairs and essentially fund this building because now we went from so i was mentioning that we went from one point five. I say we as you along the road. You're actually imported equitable party. I'm winning. I win i win. I don't win economically. But i win so much joy and pleasure and proud when you're white white children yeah So we saw the practical for one point five to three million. Now we're going from five thousand dollars in rent to twenty-five thirty thousand dollars in rent and and that's a direct pay cut to you guys ultimately. Okay how i looked at it. And now we've gone from in the span of building the office and bringing in the associate we've gone from three million to four million so now when you move here. The rent is already pay. I'm not saying it's prepaid but you're not questioning. Where's the money coming from. What i've noticed it because like we've dad have continued to make the same amount with our expenses significantly higher. We're funding the mortgage. You're paying interest only annoying all these things that we're paying and it's like well. Gosh and a lot of these are one time expenses. Tv's thank but still these big ten cash. We're still not feeling that. Yeah which is crazy and to me the other part they import jimmy. The long-term important part of that is and i hope people are following along as we're talking about this and what i mean by they funded it is. They proved the concept number one. They proved that they need three dentist. So let me that. One part is variable. It's really to even more fun because at this point we're just jumping on were piling on.
T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"sully" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"But then there's an opportunity cost of that you know and to me the opportunity to call. Let's say you lose five grand a month and it takes you. It's two three years before you really grow into this place. That's one hundred eighty thousand dollars in the scheme of things that's nothing that's less than a month's production i mean that's nothing right so the opportunity of the opportunity leaving it open. It's like when people ask me. Why don't you rent out the retreat. Unlike because if they take up a friday or saturday space up here we can screws up of course and that three four five ten. Whatever it is. I get rent out. My training center is a drop in the bucket. Like one extra course anytime. I demand. It is worth any number of rent. I'll get for two years exactly and that's what we found out here and so that's the opportunity costs so okay so now. Let's talk about While sully left for a second here And i'm sorry. This is gone longer than we anticipated. I i think it's a great conversation. I i'm all in it all right so now. Let's talk about. Let's talk about this now. I'm glad it's just me new. Because i hear i'm hearing things from sally and i don't know your reaction or your thought process on. It will the one kicker here that i think is really important to put his. You know fifty eight years old. I'm moving into a brand new. Basically a about a six million dollar. All in a lot of money is i was able to sell my place. Okay so i was pretty equity up. That had it since nineteen ninety-three your cost basis wasn't what you sold our. So i was able to get a significant nest egg a few weeks ago when we closed this gonna go in funding retirement plans for me. So there's definitely some advantages there. Plus i'm going half's into this whole into that so you know this long-term gonna say well the half is now three million but it's self funded in the business pays for it right so and i know you're part of the business but the businesses revenue in its cash flowing. The pain for and this is a great segue into the next conversation. I remember solely talking about how busy you guys were. And and we hear this from lots of people. I'm busy i need this. I need that and i go. Well why don't you just get another dentist because we don't have the space and my response was a why. Why have you gone through the process of what it would look like to bring a third dentist so again. Let's let's frame it here. We're in twenty seven hundred square feet. Ish were two dentists. Eight opportunities would now at this point. I think you guys almost two and a half three million dollars this summer of twenty twenty right those post-code vidor smack dab in the middle of it and this point you practices grown from one point four to one point five and what i think. At that point you had two and a half two point eight something like that. Maybe three million over three last year. Yeah so so you're clearly. You have maxed out. Everything can get out of this business out of that space. I should say and then he's like i'm like a wanted to get another dentist. You need another dentist. You need another dentist. And he's like where. Am i going to put them he goes. I'm just going to wait until we get to the building. I go well like you're building is going to be at that time. I thought it was going to be like four million about six million okay. I'm like going from a five thousand dollar rent to twenty five thousand dollar rent. And like why wait to pay that twenty why wait to incur to incur a twenty grand up up cost yet. So why don't you at least just look at what it would look like to. So when he came to you and said i wanted to bring a third into our current space. What was your initial thought that well. Because i was used to him coming to me with ideas now and and honestly fairness ninety. Five percent of them hid. Worked out really well you know. It's like with employees. Whenever we lost an employee. I'd get out of shape about it. He was dad is is the new person better than what we had. Yeah i kind of have to shake my head and go. Yeah you're right. You know so that being said it's like okay this point i'm like let's what's the next you know what i'm talking about here is the so we're trying. We're getting to the end of the story here. Because i know it's long okay We were talking about where twenty seven hundred square feet. You're at two dentists. You grow from one point five to three million dollars issue plus a mind this hundred thousand either and You've obviously maxed out that building. You want to wait to bring in third dentist for when you get into the building. And i'm just always saying i'm not saying yes or no i'm just saying. Have you thought about what it would look like to bring the third dentist in and i was just asking you dad. Well what kind of what crazy. Thoughts went through his head. When you said. I think we can bring in a third dentist in into our current space and i think this is so important because i think too many people say i can't. I can't bring somebody in. Until until i get this right and i'm always of the mindset of. Let's prove it because you know maybe you should just stay in your building so this was kind of like bringing sell in round two right artie. Done this before. It worked by. So i was like the logistics part was trying to get creative right because we we are thought was okay. We'll wait and at this point. You guys only open four days a week. Four days a week data always kind of dabble the idea of a friday. You know here and there not not really committed to that and so then we started..
T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"sully" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"The whole i'm not giving in You know there's yes. There's a lot to talk about their. But but for those that think we got it at a song and dance because my mother's property. No it's not to repeat retail. Yeah absolutely but it came back and yeah so so okay so there's a couple of things that are important to me they're gave my dad never told me he never made a decision for me but i always joke. That don't make decisions without my dad. But yet he's never once in. My life made a decision for me. He's always told me. Well why don't you work through that. What does it look like if you choose to rent a space. What does it look like if you choose to buy this house or buy this car or i kinda just went through that with the nonprofit place right all of that. He's like what does it look like one of the pluses and minuses. And it's a great exercise because you learn so much you learn about. Lisa's you learn what's hidden leases. What's not hitting leases. You learn what goes into a floor plan you can learn all those things so there's that process that sometimes we have set now mind that this is the way we wanna go and sometimes going through. The process makes us miss things again. We miss a deal. Miss this or we miss an opportunity. We're gonna have regrets a little bit sometimes. Going through the process allows us to be ready and available when something does show up so on that point. What made us able to make decisions so quickly when the did come back around was because we've gone through the process. We knew that okay at that point at that value we work and made sense. It was it because at least base has a cost right up. Fittingly space has a cost you know. The equipment is the equipment. So that's going to be for the most part to say surena no matter where you go whether you take old equipment buying new equipment all of that stuff going through the process and other parts of which will force out of this. I don't wanna talk too much detail with that but you never know until you ask right in terms of equipment. But i don't wanna get into too much of that story but you never not. Yes that's one aspect of it. The other aspect of it is if you don't leverage and befriend reps. You would know what it cost to build something. If you couldn't turn to mike mike for example and say how much is in leverage his network right. He's not shooting out blue sky of what it's going to cost. He's like well this. Xyz builders reputable builder who built other dental offices. Let me ask them what this cost. In plus minus thirty forty fifty percent based on what. Your tastes are right. It all varies okay. But at least gives you an idea so that you can do paper napkin meth and be like okay. We literally did but with. That's how things should be. It's paper napkin math. You can't you can't be parasitical. Can't get paralysis in the analysis of it. So okay so i wanted to talk about going through the process of looking at its base and i tried to get all the masterminded say. I've got my eye on this land. I'm like what else have you looked like. That's it. I'm like how can you. How can you like. I can't buy anything without looking because we make emotional decisions because we get moshe like an eye again. There were things that you had done for me from a mentor standpoint. That i saw worked and so like it kept. You kept building your own personal capital in my trust with you because i saw what you did and it worked so then when you would say stuff like that it was willing to do it and i think that's sometimes the hard part is so hard to set aside the emotional aspect of it of who. I don't wanna go. Look at least space because i want to own and when we look at it like i mean literally look at look at it a lot like just all. I went by looked at it. All i took a tour. I'm talking about what does it. What does it cost build it like. What is this space. What are you giving up. Is it a shopping center. Plus of that isn't mine is on the first one you showed them like. It's even worse location. Then you're already in like. Why would you step backwards. My reaction to it. I remember the one down the street. Also karate karate studio worse part of it is though it's the same mental process. You go through bancone. Being by shrimps is that we realize there were betting on herself this the ultimate but ourself no all right so we so we realize two years in that we were outgrowing our space that we were outgoing. The type of dentistry doing in our space in all of that. Then we realized that we wanted to have a new building and we spent two years going through the process in part of that was. It's a lot of money part of that. Is you know we got to find the right spot and not right spot. Part of that is you know we have ups and downs. Go spend a lotta time designing place doing all of that. And then that didn't work out or i didn't meet code or whatever it is. The landlord said xyz. All those things we go through the fears because What was you if you don't mind. What was your rent at the place. Next when i say rent i know you owned it. But you paid rent to yourself. We paid meat. We paid five thousand dollars five thousand dollars a month and this place is far above five thousand dollars a month. Correct probably six or seven x. Yeah so we're going through the fear of that going through the decision process on on that and then the other part i think we should talk about a little bit is so when we build a new place Our i thought is we want to do it the traditional way which is oh. It's ten by ten optimize. Ten by twelve ops. Or hey i can. Do i have zero issues with designer economics. I like them. I've had their equipment in my office. Hey i can get away. With these skinnier ops. And do all of this and and i remember when we we've gone through that with will and some other people have always said what type of dentistry are you trying to do so walk us through the decision process sully and rick of of of the type of office. You were trying to build. We know we wanted to be beautiful. We want it to be this and that. But let's talk more about the functional part of that which is operatives size. All of that stuff. What what went into that thought process wanted room. Well yeah i mean no again. This is where probably it was helpful to kind of work things because when you get on facebook what you see is that there are camps right like everybody breakaways. A big one Dul entry single entry stuff. I never even thought of. I was in big open bays. We're just kind cram stuff in Because it was what the space allowed. We kept adding on and so one of the biggest exercises. Were starting to step back and decided. How do we want to practice in space and what we wanna do if we can design for own and to me. I think that's one of the most important things that someone looking to build their own space or out their own space should think about is. How do you practice dentistry. And what is probably my biggest pet peeve is when you ask for advice you should ask them how do they like to practice dentistry. Because if you're someone who likes to work for opportunities and run around crazy or maybe you don't do any surgery or would however it. Is you practice you you you would not be. You shouldn't come to my office and look look at how we do things Depending on how you practice is how you should build your office. So as we started working to those exercises we kind of looked and said. Hey we really like doing more comprehensive dentistry. We like doing longer appointments seeing less people doing a lot of iv sedation and you know and and then from a storage standpoint. We really wanted to have kind of central storage. So what happened. Ended up happening was really took ideas from different camps to kind of mold them together to to build our own space. Kind of how. We how we wanted to do it okay. So talk to about more specifics about that. Like what changed. Long way like how joined up with surgical auditory. How'd you..
T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"sully" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"Money as possible at the same time so he was definitely in line. Okay how can i. What can i do to get more income to do. Those things and i think that was surprising. Thing that he saw was his income. The first year i was there was the most he had. He had personally the most production he's ever had the year. I came in without a patient based growth with without i gotta base grow. That's what i keep going back to our patient. Brace screw within the first three years five hundred patients that which is nothing in the scheme of and but uw practically you more than w practice time and by the way. I wanted to talk about this. Because i hear this from associates all the time and so this is a this is directed the owner dentists out there because so many of them in your were in your position rick and they say well. This is my opportunity to squirrel away money and they go into this tightening mode. And they don't invest in the practice. And i talk about karma thinking versus decimal thinking and that savings mentality. I'm going to save my way to retirement that decimal point thinking versus the comma thinking which is okay. I'm not going to spend my way to retirement. But i'm gonna invest into my practice so that that's a good segue actually talked to us about because i've heard i've heard rick i've heard you say this many times. Maybe it's just through solid. But i've heard it from you as well. That was a game changer. For you know what one hundred could not be more accurate. Talk to us about that. Talk about the decision process. What led to that decision and what what. The outcome of that was so that was one of those. Things is my planner. Was like i said i went back home. And he's like let's. Let's wait till celebrates there's help pay for it but in reality is once refresher on the implant course come back start taking extractions and stuff become graphs led the implants. But we found all that. Because we start doing me so we came back. We put the cone beam in april twenty. Sixteen in immediately in sully had Joined already at this point. He'd been out one nine months nine months ago so we came back you know. I didn't i. Didn't i didn't buy until know but you were in already. You're already in the press. Basically one of the things too is. I was so busy. I wasn't checking mahajan every time. So there's a lot of lost opportunity there on a regular recurring basis. That selling when he came in in checking hygiene all the time we run to catch up on that the ones we got the columbine it was like oprah right gets a car everybody gets a company people like. What are you charge for them. Give them away. Doesn't matter the dentistry you're gonna find. And diagnosed with the cone beam in and help patients understand and accept is off the charts but the flip side of this which we have to comment on. Is that what dad did. As soon as i came in was he was feeding me with a lot of industry but he took it opportunity now to replace himself to go. Go take himself to the next level it takes them twenty nineteen at age. Whatever he has fifty seven fifty eight at that point he had. He had the most c. e. of any denison tennessee. See to two hundred seventy five hours at that. You know who's the because that was the mind. I'm just going to keep investing in growing my things. I keep making myself more valuable to the practice in the i can only do these niche things and anything that these other dentists can do they should be should be doing so he kept investing so the cbc t. became so valuable because we saw the opportunity in the the endo problems the missing teeth seeing implants guided surgery all these type things and then instead of just looking at them. We saw patients in our practice that that were already. There didn't have to go pay money to get them in marketing. Anything like that and we said well. Gosh we should just send that patient out. We should learn to do dentistry. That now we can do with the technology that we diagnose. Let's step back for a second here so selfishly speaking here so cbc is what led us to. I meet each other it. You are Patterson three d. summit. Yeah we bought the company january of sixteen. So i know self serving way i really not in that way is the reason i'm asking me. Let me frame it better game. The reason i'm asking these questions is so many people listening have heard the story. Oh it changes. This changes that but yet they do nothing right and people don't talk about enough is walk through the decision making process the fear. Because there's a stall lebed was fifty thousand dollars one hundred twenty grand. We bought ours. It was and so. I wanna put it into perspective number one hundred twenty thousand dollars back then. You had just bought eight chairs. Okay you practice was just starting to grow again. I've only been there nine and it's not like you really saw the fruits of all of that correct. You know so. So you're doubling down in a sense correct. So so what were the fears. And i want to back up one more second in that and and this is an important message. I think okay. It's too often as dentists. When our reps come to us invite us to learning slash sales events. We go into it with a negative attitude of. I don't want to go get sold anything but at the end of the day part of my question is is if xyz distributor hatton invited you to that particular event would you have bought cone beam. And if you didn't let's see what would have happened so so.
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"sully" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"Jump in there where you're not. What would you have done if sully didn't ask for help because i've been in that situation where they're not asking for help. I know a lot of my colleagues have been in that our colleagues have been in that situation where they don't have somebody asking at some point every dentist is gonna hit rock bottom types. You know where where they're going to need some help on something in k. They're going to have a patient that leaves this upset. You know worst case scenario patient files a lawsuit or decimal compete review. So i mean you've got to be willing to let you don't want to go to that. And and hopefully they're not doing stuff. That's a little bit extreme. But they really have to kind of the same way if i'm a solo practitioner and open by myself. I'm going to have to work my way through things. Yeah i wonder how much of it is. That is like the dad because he was my dad. Did he allow me to fail. More than typically we would let someone else fail on our own patients and did that show us a light or give us help and now with with someone who's not a sullivan letting her fail more because we saw the like. Because it's hard for me to like the to know like how much how much are you letting your associates fail or micromanage or are they just really not asking for help. I think it's i think it's more than on asking for help out of the ones i've struggled with aren't asking for help and i do believe in autonomy. Maybe we're maybe we're doing a good job to of like making that like like being front with saying like number one. The number one thing. I need from my associate as i need them to be able to ask for help and willingness to be teachable and be teachable but i think that starts with plo also the fact that you guys are all in the same private office a very unique thing. Dentist don't do you know like we're all we're all together but a lot of practices. The doc has their own private office and all the associates are in like. And that's i think that's a great culture all right so you have to. Doctor has to make lead. Doctor has to make it safe for when the associate in the junior doctors do need help. It needs to be a welcoming comforting type environment out of dental school environment. Absolute and the problem is so many of us. Come out dental school. were so jaded. We wanna we wanna have that. What if fraternities do the hazing period of that and you know that that that that teasing period or you know that that grand rounds mentality where you're you're just kind of testing everybody and what is so easy to react. It's so easy for when that when that new dot comes in and they're like. I just perfect the molar. And you're you've got a phone call patient pissed off you gotta go check hygiene and you got a patient nominee charity when you're busy and you like where am i going to put this patient asking dadgum it. What the heck were you doing the molar like. It's so easy to snap and react like that and then you lose you kill that trust and whatnot. So i think that is. That's the hard part is when that happens. Being able to say make it a moment and not react like that and the other thing that we've learned is we. We put the most experienced existence train assistance with the younger doctor. And we tell the doctor i understand. You're a doctor. Did tell you that idea because he probably still upscale. That was a data and the doctor to understand. If darling gives you an instrument use it. Because she's seen me do that wisdom tooth eight thousand times and she knows that instrument is the key to getting us out. You may have never seen it before. Do something with it. It'd be willing to let. And he had the system that he used for twenty years with the and she's now with magna you know and we do that in our office as well as that. We put in our offices. Whitney number one. We tried to put them with our associate as much as possible. And then i like working with the other assistance as well because the side benefit of that is. You're training them up. You're getting to see where their week where they're not as strong any number of things and then the other thing is when we do flop assistance like i start thinking like okay. Why was she not handing me this. Or why was she doing this. And it gives me an opportunity to talk to the dentist. Hey i noticed were broadening something like you. Didn't use bonding agent or or you. You the bonding agent was sitting out before when the patient came in and it just they're willing water washing off nothing. Nothing egregious in my office but but it gives me that ability. I think as a senior doc. It's good for me to every you know as much as i complain about having to do basic dentistry. There's some benefit of me seeing how that's being done in our practice as a business owner but i think this is a good opportunity to keep moving along the time line here so we had a fear of bringing sully and we didn't have much of a choice. Okay so that's a unique And blessing to you guys that you didn't have a choice because let me ask you this. Would you be where you're at today without having brought him in absolutely not and you think that's because he's your son. Well i think part of that is because he's your son. But i think ultimately you would definitely be in a better place having had anyone with you at that point in time and actually bypassed up a phenomenal associate young doctor lady doctor probably several years prior because i was waiting for him but i look back now knowing what i know. She could've come on and we'd been even more ready for him and we've been out of that building a lot sooner. It's interesting you say that. So i want to talk about that. And then we'll move onto the next section here is we're dealing with that in a couple of people that are mastermind like i've got a third year dental student there from here. They want to move here. I'm going to wait a year. I'm like you're gonna struggle for a year for that may or may not come like you never knew sallie. Mae sully may have met a beautiful woman and move somewhere else who we met him at a beautiful man. I don't know. I mean. I don't know that but not sure it's been a woman and move somewhere else in here you would have held yourself back and i think the other point which we're we're going to get into because it proved true on the back end of this. Is that bring somebody in an and test the waters you know and i think when we talk about magna that'll be a good time to talk about that so so you had this fear of essentially what most people think of bringing the associated. Cut your practice and half okay. How did you guys get past that fear. Because to a certain degree you're landlocked in you building. Only so big okay. You know it's like you're doing a lot of marketing at that time. Were you doing any marketing. random little. They'll think essentially nothing little civic club yellow pages were out by then right. Rick yata webpage. Our websites is tennessee. Dennis dot com. So i got that like ninety five. We been early adopters. So what got you past that. Fear of cutting your income and going walk us through. What i'm trying to get to here is the value of technology and procedural growth and ce in that that and what that looked like. I've always done been sort of a c- junkie and always try to in rosza investing in myself which is one of the things that we teach is your best investment betting on me..
T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"sully" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"All right everyone. Well we okay. Mentioning numbers always okay. Major numbers to welcome back everyone. To the millennial denniston podcasts holy cow. We made it. We made it to the new party started. We've already started. I'm kind of guy. Talk about things in like i was i was going to. I've already got it over to listen then number that you lead anyway so Art everybody. I've got a special program for everybody it's a. It's a proud day for me. I gotta be honest with you I have a almost like a little brother here in sully almost like a big brother here in rick. How granddad here and today is the grand opening of subtle sullivan. Dental partners long-term vision of their new building. And i wanna talk about how we got here the process. What's steps have been part of this along the way because a of times what happens is we don't recognize the steps of the journey until we reached a destination because we don't we don't know what we're doing as doing it. It isn't until we get to the end that we can take a look back and see what we've done but to give some context This is how crazy this weekend is. They closed their office on friday a week ago. Yesterday's thursday we came when we need help with with I came in yesterday which is a wednesday and they're moving into the new building. Which is you know a couple of hundred feet away. which makes it a little bit easier. They have a photo shoot going on. We're setting up the training center. And we're hosting two classes on thursday friday and then another one on friday saturday sunday all on the same weekend and The building is a beautiful. It's eleven thousand square feet dedicated to dentistry. It houses three unique things in here. We house a general dental practice on the first floor. We house a surgical center designed for large case surgical dentistry on the second floor and we house a conference room training center on the second floor as well. So there's some unique aspects of that that maybe doesn't apply to everybody. But what i wanna do is is that we work on building the dream and the overall message i think is sometimes we hold our dreams back because of flexibility issues. And if we test and experiment and prove the concept before we start building we can then find that we can execute our dreams at a higher level so before we talk about the building. Let's take a step back. And we're joined by dr sullivan. Which is richard sullivan. The third correct correct and before sully talked. We don't want solid talk at all yet Give us your story briefly. Okay about you. As a dentist pre sully guys school in one thousand nine eight but that was killed in a hunting accident in nineteen hundred seven. My senior school dad was a dentist and was a dentist. Had a very successful practice In nineteen eighty seven. He had three three hygienists. Work of six cheers himself. First book she referred to. My dad is the rabbit on roller skates. When she talks about the way different dentists work. I honestly selling explains a when. I gotta dental school. Some of my father's friends study club. People had kinda kept the practice going by volunteering their time and i spent most my senior year up here actually working in the practice under their guidance which mean they were reading the paper in the office and hours practicing to keep the practice going came out when i actually graduate so i brought the practice about half of it had a partner by the other half. We were together with two or three years. He kind of went his own special waste. That was a amicable thing about the building that we're currently just left in nineteen ninety-three and grew it from two hygienists. One assistant up to celebrate their fifteen. I had five chairs three hygiene to assistance to trump. And i was running about one and a half a million a year by yourself i myself. I offered oral sedation that everything except Any kind of orthodontics oral sedation. I did all my third. Molars always had offered the nap. restored implants. I'd get dabbled in placing them years ago. But frankly i was gotten. I'd gotten so busy that i had tom. I struggled to make for the scheduling. Which were stuff we've done now with the scheduling stuff. His fixed all that. I really needed associate. Probably seven eight years before he got out of school but at the time i was concerned with how magazine split my practice. How it's gonna work. How am i gonna nevada practice in half really had no idea exactly what that was going to look like other than my son's graduating in three months so we went down to the hinman in march of fifteen Ended up coming. Back with eight cheers. Eight opportunities remodeled the office and he got school in june and we started and we just kind of started working together and he started implementing ideas. So i think that's a good place. So that kind of gives us the story of where we got. You know where we were at okay. So you're in twenty seven hundred square feet. You had grown it to eight opera tories by adding walls here and there. You bought all new equipment because you had your son going in With you and you're doing about one point. Four one point five million collections which is amazing number house. Also burn out. He will tell you that you're working hard. I was working hard mazing. How like his his his growth. Look back with so stunted by business. And i and i'll talk about this a ds world a little bit but it's Some substitute business instead of business and it's a single letter change but it's a big difference. So what was your fear about bringing in. let's just call it. An associated happens to be a son. What was your biggest fear there. How gonna split up. How am i going to still make my monthly payments. How am i gonna make my mortgages..
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"Sully. Well live from the last 100 Studios in sunny San Diego, California Big this shows on the air with large we're getting. Wow. I am so impressed with that word. New stage this camera guy doing for us. The camera has action, Jack. He's not the same kid has a name. Ross, would you have a name camera guy? He does really good work. It's not. It's not easy to do that, because we've had another camera to try to do it. So you complimenting him all the while not knowing his real name. Good work camera guy camera guy jacket. I feel like that just called the camera. You like Being Jack likes being anonymous, though I can say I'm swing around and show our sweeping view of this entire lost 100 studios and the brand new stage that Jeff Van Gaal can put together for us. Yeah, It's cool, doesn't it? It really does. You know, so can I just be honest with you? I built this stage in this studio to fit my band and then Covid hit And you have to then covid here. Yeah. There you go. Look how big it is. Yeah, and then covered hit. Um and we were all just spread out. So now we built a stage where you can spread out and Russ has got a new comedy. Hello there and welcome. Wow, that's close. You just accentuate the fact that Michel Arsenault engineers telling us we have to spend more money on life since we can't see, you know. Thanks, Camera guy. Hey, listen, One of the best things about this television program is that you are television audience 110 million TV homes. Every week night 150 radio stations in 175 countries. The multi Emmy Award winning rusty Nails in the multi Emmy Award losing and nominated, Sully, Um You guys will send us suggestions and who we should interview and we get celebrities. We get authors. We get musicians. We get philanthropist. We had philanderers sometimes become co hosts of the program. Call me but we gotta CEO by the name of Randy Mealy. He is the president and CEO of a company called Trans Globe Energy Corporation. Can I beg your pardon? Maybe Clinton says what energy coming anyway. It's trans lobe. It's trans global. You can go to trans dash globe dot com. They are publicly traded under the stock symbol T G. A And there the oil and gas business and we have not talked to anybody in this business. So we're talking to this guy. Randy, How are you, sir? Get to talk to you, man. Very good. Thanks. Very great to see you. So listen first of all, can you give us a top down on what the heck is going on with oil contracts because it's so interesting. To see you know what goes on in the world of natural resources, Right? Yeah. Give us your overview of how we are doing globally and nationally. Well, you know, from my perspective, you know, working in Egypt and in Canada, Um, what we're seeing now is, uh, reaction to a recovery or accepted recovery in oil prices increasing And and a lack of supply and that lack of supply. It really goes back to several years ago, when oil prices went down, and nobody was investing and you're seeing that tightness is fly start to manifest itself in In higher prices, and we've got the front months uh, you know, generally being higher than in the forward months. Uh, Dugal. A lot of at this point in time, love expectation that there's still some trepidation in the market regarding, uh whether or not they'll still see some You know, ups and downs of perspective, recovering from the cold when that's going to be behind this, or at least most of the people start traveling again, and, uh, it's gas, Yaya. Well, what's interesting is that we saw, you know, we saw volatility because of an oil glut above ground and below ground and that caused an issue And now it seems as though Those days are over oil, you know, rallying a little bit even today at $61 a barrel Randy, tell us about your company. Tell us about cramps up. We'll transport been around for about 25 years, principally working internationally. At the last 15 years. We've been focused principally in Egypt. We do have some assets in Canada as well. And today we're producing a boat 12,012 and a half 1000 barrels a day and we're expecting to be in that 13 5 By the end of the year we've been really in the last few years. We've been really in a state of trying to just tread water, particularly 2020 very sure prices and at the same time we were working on and negotiation with the Egyptian government, too. Amend and extend and consolidate our our principal production assets there in order to make them more economic so that we could not only produce the oil that was reserved, but also to go after a significant contingent resource that existed, um and that we could not otherwise get to because there was no economic incentive or time to go after that, Yeah. I never thought of that that since gas prices were low, there's no incentive to make more because, well, I mean, when the reserves below ground and above ground are are sufficient, that's what happens. Um, talk about Egypt. That's interesting. I don't think we ever talked to a company that's actually doing business Agent You know, you must have boots on the ground there. And what made that point of focus for you guys as a company, Randy Well, it goes back to before my time at the company started as 15 years ago, and I've been with the company about nine. Now, Um, what it was, is that the company was a small company and exploration company initially and was exploring in Yemen at the time. And you got to a point that wanted to do its own operations in Egypt really seemed like a good fit because it has a very well established oil in the street in there for over 60 years. And in terms of operating within the country, all the services supply or there that you know the the the, uh, processes to take your oil to market were generally in place, and so for a small company you keep going here it could. So it did. It started in 2000 to 2000 and four story and then start producing in 2000 and 7 2000 and eight to since that time, we've built up a fairly substantial from our perspective, restore small company, but North perspective, fairly substantial authority a platform We gotta vote.
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"Sully on the way. Thank you. Extra 13 60 sports as well. Now, let's check in with your traffic K. Kevin Dean. But you never heard it quite like that. No, but I can still hear it and I don't need to. I'm full up with physical done. It's over. We still have this problem that are bound 15. It was an overnight accidents Fatal accident. Everything has been cleared away from the accident scene when the except for the car that went over the side of the freeway there in the investigation, which continues. It's not about 15 north of Highway 3 95 leaving Escondido heading up in towards Fallbrook and the right. Two lanes are blocked off and will be for some time North. Another 15 traffic getting by it okay, using the left lanes, But now we're seeing a bit of a slowdown in the U. S side of the freeway. That's everybody Just slowing down to take a look at that accident. Getting reports of a fire that was touched off your eastbound side of the 78 right before the five connector looks like an encampment. Fire. They got out of hand crews are rolling to that sample on the you know, five right at La Hoya Village. There was a large object out in the middle lanes there. We still know what it was, but a couple of cars hit and they did pull over. So CHP is running down their traffic break to get that out of the way. This report sponsored by Discover Discover matches all the cash back, you weren't on your credit card at the end of your first year. It's amazing, because discovers, accepted it 99% of places in the US and take credit cards. Learn more at discover dot com slash Yes. 2021 Nielsen Report. Limitations Apply Cocos Next real time Traffic updates, six o'clock. Right now. It is 70 degrees in downtown San Diego. Coco do your time. 5 52. I am really trying very hard. Steve Hartman from extra 13 60 to teach you the art of saying no, I am a I am A Yes guy. I definitely have been. I have been a yes.
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Biden Nominates LA Mayor Eric Garcetti for India Ambassador
"The White House has released some of its nominations for diplomatic posts including sending the mayor of Los Angeles to service the U. S. ambassador to India Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti got high marks for his leadership during the pandemic but facing problems with homelessness and rising crime in his city Kerr said he's been selected to serve as ambassador to India considered a difficult diplomatic post insiders say former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel could be the next ambassador to Japan former interior secretary Ken Salazar would head to Mexico former state department official Nicholas burns to China president but is also nominated retired miracle on the Hudson pilot Sully Sullenberger to service the U. S. representative on the council of the international civil aviation organization these nominations would need to be confirmed Jackie Quinn Washington
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"Have you sully the memory of a noble man. Go now. I have nothing more to say Sorry. Wow. Sherri only found it. This is all a single characters, you said, But you were saying 80% of the of the female voices in this game. Where you is that right? Yeah. I just can't remember the names of them so I was start. Palette in cross, which was like a big, big character in there and that I was a few other I was a bunch of them, but I don't I don't remember what they were, Um, it's I know, I know it was funny watching this video that you sent me it was about It was about two minutes of this one single character and all the clips we played were from that video, and then at the end of the video, whoever is playing the video game. Just start shooting your character. How How does it make you feel that like that's your voice ends up being sometimes. I mean, obviously that your your your your voice or the characters that your voice is portraying are murdered over and over again, for all of eternity is at least how? Yeah, they're played. Well, one of the things that you have to do is you you will always have a session in video games, depending on obviously the nature of the video game where you just do sound effects. So what they'll say to you is okay. You're being hit by it with a board. Oh, Oh, and they just do a session of sounds that you make being tortured. Being beaten up all of that stuff, So, yeah, I don't. I don't. I don't know if there's a death scene in there. I don't remember doing that. But no, that doesn't bother me. I got paid, so I'm okay with them, killing me doing whatever they want to do to me. I wish that I had that skill set to be able to act. And to be able to, um you know, emote in that way, but I can't do it. I wish that I could You know, Director comes in and says, You just got hit with the board and I could go owl and have it actually means something is a pretty good. That's okay. That wasn't bad, and I always tell people I used to do some coaching with voiceover people, and I would say You know, it doesn't matter anymore. What your voice is like It used to be had. If you were a guy you had to have that deep, deep, you know, Guy voice, and if you were a woman, you had to have that throaty kind of sexy voice. None of that matters anymore. It's not even a little bit about The the deepness of your voice or really the sound of your voice. It's all about relatability. So if you can be relatable to people in a commercial or in, you know something that you're doing, that's what people respond to. So it's. It's a totally different ballgame than it used to be where they would say You don't have the you don't have the voice to be on the radio. You don't have the voice to be in a commercial or things like that. Now, anybody anybody can do it. I mean, I hear that every day in my life every single day of my life, people that you don't have the voice to be. Yeah. How you doing on the radio? Oh, thank you. But I'll tell you this, um one of the things that I did find kind of interesting about going through this article and the vo work and all this other kind of stuff is they hire you because they like your voice. And that's just kind of it right. They don't really care where you come from. They don't really care what your background is. It's just that you've got the voice that they want. And it's the end all be all. So this guy, Carl Bishop, what do you think when he says, Oh, I've been discriminated against for being a gay man. What's your call on that? I honestly in in the years that I've done this. I've never seen an example of that whatsoever. I don't think anybody cares about that. What they care about is if you can deliver the work. Um, so I I think he's trying to make the point that it's ironic that he has all these super macho. Kinds of roles, and that he does these really manly men things and also plays the husband a lot that that's ironic because he's gay. I think that's fairy outdated, thinking. I don't think anybody ever cares about that, or wonders about it. I think it's a matter of of what you can bring to the table as far as your acting ability. And also just you know what they're looking for. They also really don't care about your resume. You know, they don't care that you've done a million voice over jobs. They care that your voice can sell a product and that's all it is. That's why Now there's you know, hundreds of hundreds and thousands and thousands of people doing it because you can do it all from home. You don't have to be in a studio anymore where they can direct you. You can do everything and send it in and They don't really care what you know anything about you. Thank goodness for pretty much, uh, pretty much. My only voice talent at this point in time is saying that we have to go to Tracy Taylor for traffic, so we will take a really quick break. And we'll be right back with letters after this made an earlier car fire on some 25 Duwamish River curves that was blocking three lanes. At one point. It's been clear to the right side. A little bit of a distraction for drivers. We've got a two hour wait. Departing vein Bridge terminal. We're running behind. Big time on the Anacortes San Juan. A ferry runs the Sammamish is running about an hour behind the Yeah. Commas running 15 minutes behind the soup. Squamish is running 46 minutes behind. And the Tilikum's about 45 minutes behind. Also looking at the factory, Southworth Dashun Ferry run the kid attacks is 32 minutes, and the self is 27 minutes behind schedule this afternoon, a two hour wait, departing the Clinton terminal. We're still looking at a two hour Wait, departing Vashon Island in a two hour wait. Departing Kingston is so far this afternoon. It's a 90 minute commute from Ellensburg heading out towards the Snoqualmie Pass area. Drivers are going to run into some residual backups because of some earlier issues. We're still just slowly moving along outside of the Nisqually River Basin. I'll have more on that drive coming up here in 10 minutes. Traffic brought to you by sold by every door dot com Gold also go to sold by every door common list your home with the most skilled and successful agents in King County. Cairo. Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. We're here for what happened. 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"sully" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"How's it looking out there, Sully? Well, we're building towards our first peek of the morning, Erin at this point, and so we're starting to see things really fill in Dortmund. Four or five is just jam now through the S R 900 area there through the north end of the S curves. Give yourself 30 plus minutes to make the drive now from renting to Bellevue, and because we're so slow there that last two miles on the U. N +167 also very heavy. About 20 minutes now out of Auburn, and probably 45 all the way from Puyol up, So we're really starting to fill in the northbound I five drive through. Tacoma is solid as well. And then you have a little slowing near the can't Des Moines is road but then from the middle of the Boeing Field area Into downtown is pretty heavy looking at 40 minutes now to make that drive. We do have a new crash to tell you about that's on north beyond 99 there across the First Avenue South Bridge. Looks like it's in the right hand lane is causing just beginning to see some backup there out of the north End of 35 to 40 minutes from effort to Seattle or Bellevue. Nothing that should shock you as you pull away from Lynwood. Just the normal crowding. We expect. And we're still working with this crash on eastbound 5 12 is to try to work our way down from South Hill over on the right hand side. There still have the police with this multiple vehicle crash. That wasn't too severe, but it's just caused enough of a bunch of slowing there. So plan on losing about five or six minutes through that two mile backup. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic on the threes. I'm Chris Sullivan. Taking a look at the forecast. It's going to be mostly cloudy for most of the day, slowly turning partly sunny late in the afternoon highs will be around the.
San Diego Business with Sully
Hundreds To Gather To Demand Justice For Breonna Taylor In Louisville 1 Year After Her Death
"Of Rianna Taylor will lead a march in Louisville today. Exactly. One year ago, Taylor was shot multiple times by police during a botched drug raided her apartment roadblocks and barricades all along these streets it to prevent traffic from getting in. Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher says it's to keep protesters and the city safe and peaceful this weekend. Reporter. Alton got bigger Fox TV affiliate Wdrb be in Louisville. No police officers were directly charged with her death.
Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"sully" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Does draw outside post here for grand motion. She'll get a good setup. i think. I just think that this race the to horses i like it. Here are both drawn outside. Number eleven voiced or box and then domain expertise you know she ran into white Force last white froth last time. I thought she was terrific in that race could be a really counted. Three year olds her belly. So i wouldn't be surprised to see domain expertise improve upon that. I'm going eleven. Ten in the ed I'll go The race before the hillsborough And you know always dodgy wondering if you'll really get sick one on the chad brown but definitely like myth ron Shipping up family camacho taken the mound The force performed well at various distances and gets amount in here which was forced to back but beaten just a a length and a half against the next out winner and not the most ideal beginnings and now second layoff and this feels like a target for chad and six the one That would definitely be okay with me. I'm gonna expect more around four to one though and that's fine tube miss tower on for me and definitely gonna look to pay the chalks and they're all right anything else tampa i took for me. I got the pick pick. Four starts in a lot of speed in there. I liked improving forum for number four fire. Marshall bill You know that race last time he rented the dock. Ask you and soaring bird Or i really thought that was a really solid.
Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"sully" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Essential quality and greatest honor They came back The way you like to see your derby prospects well right well. Essential quality came back great. It's not our Just run a month earlier but it's quality came back strongly. I liked about his race. Was that you'd never trained originally breezed at the oakland or race there and it was an off track and none of that matters to him Brand strong and i thought he had even a little more positional speed than shown in his In his race as last year. So as to me as good a return as you would want and you'll have one more crap by famine officially announced where he's going but i just can't imagine he'd go anywhere other than the blue grass stakes to wins over that track and four weeks out from the derby and just down the road from there. So that's why we bluegrass down for his next start because that's where we anticipate him going As great as honor. I don't know what to make of the race. 'cause on the far turn. I thought he was getting nothing and then he reengaged wanted. He was so much the best by time it got to the wire that those air cheese wrapping up on them I think it was a combination of him. Finishing well The wieder stopping wasn't a strong field. But i also think he's just warmed up at that distance and he's going to be much better going out to the florida derbys mile nathan the kentucky derby smile and a quarter so It wasn't as impressive to me. Visually is what essential quality did. But i think when you put it in the context of what he's going to be best at it was. It was a good solid effort with room to improve for a traitor. Who will get more out of him a quick note. I mean we heard for from show the other day for. We actually had a wonderful forty-five minutes but one thing that i think is an interesting sidebar to the win. J. should be gay. He's been training. I don't know forty years. And he's got three fountain of youth winds in the last nine years. None before that. I it just it to me. It's kind of interesting about how his you know how he has. Reinvented and plus. He's you know added Some outside clients As as the phipps operation is more and I just am so impressed with everything with his whole approach. It's about either great trainer. I don't. I don't know that i don't know that. He's changed his way of doing things. Steve i think i think now as throughout his career he plays the hand dealt right has if he has a forward kind of two year old early three year. Old he's gonna go on with it and if it's horse it's going to need more time. He doesn't try and force a square peg around whole now. Well put and you know and and even even when you you go back to the that that period of time let's call it. You know ten years ago. Eight nine years ago where he had that spate of of turf horses and any made the most of them Right yeah data link Ironic is it just a boisterous. He just the amazing to me Let's let's dive in jay and work our way toward santa anita starting to york and then tampa with your derby watch thoughts well New york would be the gotham. And there's two horses in that race that are part of our derby. Watch top twenty. They being highly motivated and and freedom fighter And they look like they're the two best horses in the race highly motivated. I liked his race at keeneland last fall when the nyquist the he's being managed as though they're not quite certain that he's going to be a kentucky derby kind of horse. This'll be the first time he's gone beyond six and a half furlongs And it's only now two months out from the kentucky derby that he's getting back to the races after being off since early november so he's had a nice long break here i think he's equality cold as i do with freedom fighter the question with both of these and is not going to be answered tomorrow as their aptitude going longer And i know regarding freedom fighter. There's the real belief in the barn that he's not going to be cut out to be a derby horse compared to some of the others that the barn has so But i i like freedom. Fighters comeback race in the san vicente lot off for a long time and he was inside of concert tour and said what i think are quicker fractions than are in the official chart and he went down Without a fight with a fight he he really put up a fight. I should say To concert tours a high class horse. So there's gonna be one of the top two choices next week. I think in the In the rebel. So it's a two horse race. It's pretty chalky but I think they are much the best of of this group and the rest of them. In here i think are a cut below including kappa. Cain Who i thought his jerome was.
San Diego Business with Sully
Cuomo faces rising scrutiny over COVID-19 nursing home deaths in New York
"Wrote a book about managing the covert crisis. Now New York governor Andrew Cuomo is facing bipartisan scrutiny over his handling of nursing home patients. He's lied all the way through. He's covered up so many things, including Probably, um 6 7000 deaths of seniors hit that he forced into Kobe positive seniors forced into nursing homes. Democrat Robert Holden is a member of the New York City Council. Earlier this week, a chief aide to the governor revealed to Democratic state lawmakers that a full count of nursing home deaths wasn't released because of an ongoing federal probe. That aid has since walked back the comment.
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Stocks jump as GameStop craters
"News about your money was Sully brought to you by bay Alarm, Putting the pro in protection hater selling God, Ted stocks poised to extend gains Yeah, I was gonna say guys, but with eyes on vacation, and that's good. We're extending gains for the second day of trading. So 100% of the days in February now have positive days. Uh, for first talks. Investors are encouraged by the news and the pace of the vaccines in the U. S. The prospect of more fiscal aid from Congress, we gotta decline in the frenzy. Of Reddit Gamestop am seeing such and also a big Slater earnings reports in focus. We saw good earnings from Fizer and Exxon Mobil before the bell. Today, we're gonna see some mega cap stocks like Amazon and Google parent company Alphabet Reporting after the close, it's a big day for earnings with the latest Q four numbers from alphabet in Amazon. After the close, all 30 stocks in the Dow are up led by Chevron and UnitedHealthcare, and we're having a smoking day on the Tao up 575 points. That's 2%. That's on the Dow boy. I sure hope you guys on the exchange traded fund DEA or what they call the diamond. That's a basket of Dow stocks. That trades is one exchange traded funds, so it's actually really cool. I don't own it, but I wish I had Dow Jones up 576 30,078. There's S and P up. 62. That's 1.6% at 38 36. NASDAQ Up 1.5% another Great day on NASDAQ. On 87 there and 13 5 91 on I'll tell you what gold sinking badly today down almost 1.5% dropping 24 bucks announced down to 18 39, so fingers crossed it does come out of these traders are gonna come out. Okay, coming up
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"sully" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Sully, I just got $10,000 from my ex wife. See? Should I buy Tesla Because there's more questions that he answered. I need to know if you have any debt. Do you have any experience buying stocks? You have a long term strategy? No more day trading guys. Christina will tell you that 2% of my portfolio. Eyes Day traded. She handles the rest and another money adviser. Hansel's rest. So many lessons be learned here. Kristina Guston ups financial Arcady Wealth management. Welcome to the program again. Thanks for giving so much your time. Does that make sense that I explained that correctly? You're the pro. I'm just a pundit. You did. Thanks for having me today And that has been a wild week on Wall Street. Wow. Watching these charts is really kind of shocking so And you know, the fighting part here is a lot of people lost money is amateurs. And I think the moral this story here is, you know, you really can learn how to You really can learn how to play on Wall Street without losing a dime. Er, risking a dime. And it's called paper trading. You can go to ninja trader dot com or stock ninja dot com. I think it says caused a digital ninja trader dot com and it's a stock trading platform. It doesn't trade any stock and teaches you how the market works. TD Ameritrade has a thinker swim. Program. That's his paper trade. If you want to learn how to trade stocks, or how the stock market works, That's what you do. But by all means day trading found a great place to stop talking about that a little bit, Christina. You know, early this week we wanted to understand what was going on with this phenomenon. You're having stocks that you know. Normally, you know, maybe a million shares traded hands in a day. The volume I think on game stop in the middle of the week was like more than 500 million shares trading hands in a day. That kind of volatilities is really unnatural. So Into the reddit feed to kind of see what the what the chatter was all about. And I'm reading things like I just put my rent on my credit cards. I can use my rent money to buy game stop. I mean, I just think you have to pause for a second and say, You know what is going on? You use the word bet a bunch of times when you were giving your description of short selling. These are speculative bets. This is not investing. This is not what I do what U B s. This is not how we grow well for people. This is Gamboling. It's a game and you're playing with real money, and it's very easy to get birds. Well, that was well, that was the danger yesterday is because Robin Hood was one of the places that people were buying stock on. And the problem is this Robin, who is not a sophisticated platform certainly encourages people to buy stock. In a year 2020 where stocks did nothing but go up pretty much after the after the pandemic, which is sends that completely the wrong message. I'm going to tell you yesterday was a great example. Gamestop started off Danny Emcee started off with a huge dip in the morning and then rallied after that, so people that bought it at 6 30, then got scared and sold it seven yesterday lost millions of dollars accumulate. Lee Um, I think that's a big piece of this thing. The other piece of this thing is is that yesterday morning TD Ameritrade, Fidelity, Robin Hood and other brokerages. Their websites crashed. So imagine this. Imagine that Even if they are smart day trader like me, and you're gonna buy a share of Gamestop. Well, what do I do Always want to buy a stock? I sell it The minute that the execution happens in the minute I own Gamestop. I put a trailing stop on. It's usually 2% to 5%. I refuse to lose 2 to 5% Imagine if you bought that stock before the open because you want to get in line. And then when the market opened, you couldn't get into Put your trailing. Stop it sure have you lost your but I mean, she did you know you could question frankly, I didn't do that. So the lungs long story short. That's a lesson to be learned here. A bigger picture, though, is 118 companies reported earnings This week. Apple had his 1st $100 billion quarter way saw GDP committed 4%, which is a fantastic never even in good times, and 2020 certainly could not be described as good times. We're finally treading on fundamentals little bit before this game, something happened you saw Monday Tuesday. We're actually trading on fundamental. I think things will get back to normal, at least on how we trade sooner than later. As long as there's not a power shift with a bunch of Crowd sourced opinion makers there yelling and screaming on the Internet, because what happened yesterday was pretty dangerous for hedge funds because basically those guys weren't angry Mob. They didn't know what they were doing, but that's certainly worked. And that is the dangerous part about that. Yeah, no. I understand that. You know the movement and what they're trying to accomplish. I will say that. Historically, these things don't always end well when you have this kind of volatilities, so you know if we take the lens and zoom out a little bit like you said, on what's really happening in the markets and And with GDP. I do think there are a lot of positive things happening right now. You know, the new Biden administration is coming out and talking about a lot of the things that they're gonna do their laser focused on the vaccine in the pandemic right now, they're trying to get 100 million vaccinations out in the 1st 100 Days on D You know, I'm starting here about it. I'm talking to people always longer either have an appointment or have gotten their shot already. I mean, that tells you you know who I'm talking to. It's an older crowd a lot of the week. But you know the rollout is happening is very real. And you have the distribution targets For all these pharmaceutical companies now getting the vaccine out. There are in the hundreds of millions very encouragement. I could see the gust of UPS financial are cagey Wealth management's our guest again. Do you feel Did you feel like people were actually paying attention? Earnings? Week because it was such a big earnings week. Or was it just all froth in the market? What's your opinion that I think they were? I mean, there was froth. You know, there was a big down day and then Ah, Big update, but aside, you know, I think that people are a little spooked by what was going on with with all the reddit volatilities. But other than that, I think that we were paying attention to fundamentals or some encouraging moves under underneath the surface that we saw. You know, fingers crossed that we start going and believe it or not. We start February after this weekend, so let's see what happens with Christina. Thank you so much. Christine Augusta, R R. K G wealth management ups financial, She's She's my money manager, and she could be your money.
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"sully" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Of the Challenge Athletes Foundation has a great musicians here. Rebecca Jade, of course, who is Artist of the Year for the same music Awards got to play at the Oscars this year with Sir Elton John, Of course. Greg Douglas, original author or composer of the song, Jungle, Love and lead guitar player for Steve Miller Band. His band performed as well as a swell as Ron Blair Bass player. One of the original Heartbreakers. Tom Petty's Heartbreakers had a great show as well as a great turnout for donations. You can still donate by the way by going to belly up live. Dot com Fronts last Sully Belly up, Live, calm front slash Celia put that on our KOGO website here as well. And you could still donate to the challenge Athletes Foundation, of course, which is unbelievable organization that we've had on the effect. I'm gonna have Bob Babbitt on the air with us next week to talk about The impact covert has had on them, and they've done some great work. So we're we're happy to be able to support them as usual. A couple of things. Couple of program notes 11 a.m. every Saturday 5 p.m. Every Sunday on kus. I Features on the air with myself, Little Tommy and Rusty Nails new show every week fact that my next guest was the object of one of our shows and had such a great time with him so many now on NewsRadio 600 Kogo, My good buddy Mike Hess. My test brewing, Hey, is a colleague. He is a friend. He's has been a guest. He's a regular guest on kus I as well as cocoa, and he's actually leading the charge. For the Brewers on this on this on again off again. Sit down. Mike. How are you, sir? Good to talk to brother. Hey, Good morning filling. I'm doing right. Thank you. Hey, So talk to.
San Diego Business with Sully
Pence Visits Georgia as Calm Before Potential Trump Storm
"I'm him. Who's Oh Fox News Vice President Mike Pence was in Georgia yesterday and President Trump will be there tonight ahead of next month's razor Thin Senate runoff races pitting David Perdue and Kelly Leffler against Democrats. Jonah Soft and Raphael Warnock role of the U. S Senate hangs in the balance that would if Democrats win deliver prison elect Biden a super majority with pretty much unchecked power to undo many of the Things that President Trump has done over the last four years, and no one knows that better than Vice President Pitts, who came here yesterday to rally with senators Purdue in La Flor, Pleading with George is to get out and vote. Fox has quit, Jenkins, Republican National Committee chairwoman Rana McDaniel tells Fox and friends what's at stake. If you want to have a check on Chuck Schumer and Democrats and what they will do to stack the Supreme Court and get rid of the filibuster and embrace the green new deal and destroy our economy and destroy The country We love. We need to make sure we send Republicans to the Senate, Former President
Monocle 24: The Globalist
U.K. becomes first country to approve Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
"The uk government appears to be trying to use the news that a covid vaccination has been licensed for use in this country to create good pr around brexit but england's health minister matt hancock who claimed fast tracking the pfizer vaccine was only possible because the uk was able to act outside of european union. Regulations has been firmly contradicted by the chief executive of the h. r. a. the body that handled the process. Well joint for more. On this by vincent mcilvanney. He's a political reporter and one of monocle twenty four regular contributors. Welcome back to the globalist vinnie. Can you tell us how. The story unfolded i. We had the great news that the vaccine had been licensed then matt. Hancock really dived into controversy. That's i think there was a genuine needle relief and celebration yesterday that the government made this announcement and they'd obviously planned this. Kathleen they have. The scientists going through detail televised press conference yesterday morning just to the public in very layman's terms. How the vaccine had been approved what it would do how it would be rolled out and then we have prime minister's questions where boris johnson and stone had a pretty friendly about They did simply questions about how the rollout would happen. it was. It was quite a public education session then in the afternoon the government seem to trip over itself They started to say. There was a bit of pushback from the germans at the brit. Saying that this was you know a real day for british signs that this was great for. They don't this and then. My ankle comments on braxton. Also jacob re smog sang we could only approved vaccine so quickly because we've left the eu last month we change regulations vaccine didn't need eu approval which has slower and this ready then lead them into problems because that has been debunked has been fact checked by various organizations to say that. That's not the case. It was actually permitted under eu law And that was the point. Made as you mentioned by the head of the ease at medicines regulator on wednesday that this states could act unilaterally and false tracking it. So it's very strange that they have tried to do something which shouldn't be political. Shouldn't be kind of you know doused in one camp or another particular when it comes to leave or remain when it comes to brexit which is still divisive issue here in the uk at a point where we still don't have a brexit deal and then negotiations are ongoing to try and sully it somewhat by putting it in minds of some of the public with brexit is not a good idea and as you say germany took exception to this. Yes they did. They perspective said quite rightly in this european achievements. And perhaps the british government's if they done this. I with the oxford astra zeneca vaccine something which we expect to happen in the next ten days or so then they could claim you know a real big moment for british science and claim that the own but to claim that this landlocked. Because you've fast track vaccine that was developed at the over. The you know in the comfort. And that's gonna be coming from. Belgium is a bit of a strange move by the government. This is the government absolutely desperate for some good news. We have the worst death figures in europe and yesterday was another six hundred forty will so debts in the previous twenty four hours we the west infection rates and so you know they are really desperate now to make sure that they can trump it some of these achievements as their own and i notice. Boris johnson appear to roll back a little bit when he was asked about it later and he talked about international efforts and really quite successfully dodged the question. Yes he did. i think he knows. And perhaps the scientists said got to them that you cannot tie this to to brexit something. That is incredibly divisive and that pass. It wasn't true you know. There's enough missing formation going on about of cave nineteen vaccines that. The government really shouldn't be contributing to it and this something that she came up pm cues and the prime minister sort of echoed that said labour had put out last month and m seems the government will be moving forward that there will be some kind of penalty and fines in put in place to stop the misinformation and the spreading of anti vaccine summation on social media and on the social media platforms themselves. Something that they will have to watch out for. We're waiting for details on that still but it's not a good idea that the government would be putting out false information itself on that same day. Of course this isn't the kind of stuff damaging stuff that we're seeing spreading conspiracies about what the vaccine will do to you. But it's still doesn't help you sell your message somewhat. Absolutely i mean this. I suppose was an attempt just to trumpet. britney's truly global. Yes to trumpet global britain. Something that trying to do. It's also you know the final few days really off. The brexit negotiations going on central london images lost night if boxes and boxes of pizza being delivered to the negotiators so they won't see talking late into the night prisoners facing a real problem and i think part of why the government probably wants pasta quickly. Is that if by the end of this week. We don't have a deal. One becomes very unlikely and so at the end of this month. The uk will leave the european union now. All countries have struggled with their economies. Jerry the pandemic but imagine the double whammy in twenty twenty one of britain also suffering the effects of that no deal brexit. We know that it would be hugely detrimental to the economy and so britain than any country around the world needs to get its workforce vaccinated. Needs to have them feeling confident. Needs the well to think that this is a place that you can come and trade and do business in because it's safe and they need people back out there as much as possible working and so the vaccine really is so critical to be rolled out here to make sure that life can get back to as much as normal as possible because the economy is facing this double threat unlike any others around the well. The yes are repercussions in europe full brexit but not to the extent of the areas here in the uk. I mean the prime minister has warned that there may be logistical problems. Getting the vaccine out particularly to care homes. Yeah that's right. And i think we have to look at the separate vaccine. Say of the fis at biotech. One has very specific needs so has to be stored at just under minus seventy degrees centigrade and has a lifespan of about a month as well and so they don't want basically it cannot be moved again so we're getting the first eight hundred thousand off the forty million order coming from belgium in the next few days. Now that number you have to divide it by two. Because you need to inoculation say britain's ordered forty at that means twenty million people can be vaccinated and the clock is ticking to make the most of that investment in this vaccine to get it to the most critical people but because of the coach storage requirements. It seems that they're going to need to put it into key. Sentences rather than sending out in small batches perhaps to you know local pharmacy. Or a cabaret miss. They thought they would. So what will happen is it will go to places like hospitals where they have that cold storage than going to put it into centers so the nightingale hospitals that have been built and also places like sports stayed the emc. Say think as well in those kind of facilities and instead of bat say you have in town eight also cathodes instead of the vaccine going in small batches of the cabins because of these requirements on the storage. Because it doesn't like they moved too much you will instead means academy ten dis on trips to those senses to the hospital in order for them to get inoculated. Have to do that twice at intervals of two weeks. And after the second vaccine injection seven days later they will then be a not some killer's this they will then not be able to for the effects that there's a slight effects of the vaccine it's being described as a bit like hanging over by some participants in the study. But you will then be guarded against covid nineteen but they used the is one for the most critical people. Nhs staff a care home staff the most elderly in society those most at risk and they need to use as much as possible as quickly as possible at because then what i think will happen is the much cheaper and easier to store and distribute ox sudanic vaccine which is the one that britain has invested. Most in will be the one that most of the population gets
Video Shows Police in Paris Beating a Black Music Producer
"VIDEO showing three Paris police officers beating a black man is causing outrage in France. As NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, the government is pushing controversial legislation that would make it a crime to circulate video showing police officers faces. The police apparently didn't know they were being filmed by a security camera as they push the music producer through a doorway inside his own studio. Punching him repeatedly and hitting him with a Billy club. I thought it was the last day of my life, he told an online news network. The incident comes just days after an episode of police brutality with a group of migrants that shocked many politicians, including the mayor of Paris, Interior Minister General Dharma not appeared on the nightly news and said there would be an investigation. The TV presenter told him. The video reminded the French of what had happened to George Floyd. Domina said the officers had been suspended and would likely be fired. They've sullied the police uniform, he said.
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Stocks mostly lower as tech shares slide on progress for COVID vaccine, treatments
"A little bit this morning on the news that we have really great progress towards a vaccine for covert. It sparked a bit of a rotation out of the Amazons and zooms in the world in the assets that might benefit the most from the vaccine. So in other words, Investors are using the proceeds of the sale of those stocks to buy airline stocks, Oil and gas stocks like Disney, so Dow Jones as I guess and pee all mixed this morning, Dad joins up another 237 points at 29 3 95. NASDAQ Down 145 That's 1.25% s and P even at 35 45. You got yourself a great Tuesday you to sully
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Russia's "Sausage King" killed with crossbow in his home sauna
"Have time. I don't have time for the Russian oligarch who was murdered by a crossbow while sitting in an outdoor sauna. We doubt listen, that's liable to happen. Anybody. Vladimir Mara got the sausage King. The guy was known as the sausage King Pawling. New Year. Tommy Lee riffs, my friend while I hope Skew your ape Roman ribs, right? Hey, was sitting in an outdoor sauna got taken out by a crossbow. Poly guy owns Russia's largest meat processing plants obviously made some enemies know also, this was a hit. This wasn't an accident mask mask. How can you accidentally take out somebody in a crossbow with an outdoor son about 100 ways? I'd rather die than college guys on that phone in a ski mask, pointing crossword crossbow at me, so I happened. He's on his own country estate. Ask out, uh, because you're never going to be more relaxed than when you and your hot tub. You talk about your guard down. Dude, you're sitting here like all your turn. Polly, you decompressing. You're like buck naked. Often. There's a guy with a ski mask point. A crossbow with you is like, Oh, they tied him up. Asked him for the dough He didn't produce. They shot the crossbow right through him. Where to? Chest. I get next. What are are we we talking talking about? about? Eso Eso sausage sausage King King is is no no more more just just saying saying Beware Beware if if you you are, are, If If you you are are a a sausage sausage king, king, Beware Beware of of the the Door. Door. Son Son of of my my friends, friends, right? right? You You never never know know when when the cross leave the crossbow. Take the sauce is one more step on that. Like if you get hit with a crossbow that's not like instant kill hurt. Like hell. Yeah, I would hope that at least if you take a bullet like you don't even feel that You're just gonna just off you, but just drop it. Yeah, I got this bow in my chest. It like him when I pull this thing out. No, that hurts me 25 minutes yet I got to sit here and die slow and not your sausage with local coyotes, too, by the way, the headline said. Russian oligarch nicknamed the Sausage King Killed by crossbow now outdoor sauna, My buddy Sully Retweeted said Lotto unpack here.
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Pelosi says Trump stimulus proposal is 'one step forward, two steps back'
"Speaker is still hopeful about another round of relief. I'm ham who? So Fox News. But in a letter to colleagues, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the most recent attempt by the White House to reach a deal on another Corona virus stimulus package amounts to one step forward, two steps back saying In part when the president talks about a bigger package. He appears to mean that he wants more money at his discretion to grant or withhold with more on the negotiations. Here's Fox is Jared Halpern. There appears to be some progress in talks between the White House and congressional Democrats on a Corona virus relief package, White House communications director Elissa Farah told reporters. The administration is eager and willing to strike a deal. We're willing to come up on the level that we're giving it up. Ready. Aim it to the American people. Potentially airline aid Speaker Nancy Pelosi is that it's not just the dollars. But the details of the spending that will matter