35 Burst results for "Technician"

7th Memphis officer disciplined, EMTs fired in Nichols death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

7th Memphis officer disciplined, EMTs fired in Nichols death

"The circle of punishment has widened in the fatal beating of a motorist by Memphis police officers. I Norman hall, Memphis, police officials say two more officers have been relieved of duty for their roles in the arrest beating and death of Tyree Nichols, 5 fired officers already faced murder indictments, a 6th officer Preston hip hill is heard on the video saying he stunned Nichols and that he hoped officers would stop him as well. Nichols and the 5 officers of black a pill is white. No details were given about the 7th officer. Meanwhile, fire department officials announced the firing of two emergency medical technicians and a lieutenant the department says the three failed to adequately assess Nichols condition. I Norman hall

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6th Memphis officer relieved of duty in Nichols arrest

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

6th Memphis officer relieved of duty in Nichols arrest

"The circle of punishment has widened in the fatal beating of a motorist by Memphis police officers. I Norman hall, Memphis, police officials say a 6th officer has been disciplined for his role in the arrest beating and death of Tyree Nichols. 5 fired officers already face murder indictments, video incident has sparked outrage around the nation. Officer Preston hip hill is heard on the video saying he stunned at Nichols and that he hoped officers would stop him as well. Nichols and the 5 officers are black, hemphill is white, fire department officials, meanwhile, announced the firing of two emergency medical technicians and a lieutenant, the department says the three failed to adequately assess Nichols condition. I Norman hall

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Jerry Foltz on Broadcasting LIV for the First Time

Fore The People

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Jerry Foltz on Broadcasting LIV for the First Time

"You've done, obviously, PGA's for, I've known you long, long time. Nationwide tour way, way back in the day too. LPGA a long time. Different kind of broadcasts. This is streamy live. Have you ever done a live stream broadcast ever and was it like complete anarchy? Everybody's starting at once, that type of deal. I mean, what was the main difference when you guys started? Were you pretty nervous? Like what the hell is it about to go down? Yeah, well, when you're 60, you're talking about live stream, it has a total different need. Usually means what happens in the middle of the night. We showed up in London now, granted if you guys remember back then. It was talked about in ruby, then all of a sudden they announced a schedule and they announced we're going to play, they didn't even announce a field to the week before, and they threw that together in no time at all and going to London with 5 weeks notice to stage a golf tournament and to put it on TV. It was such a huge endeavor. All of the equipment all throughout the UK and most of Europe had already been all the TV equipment was promised out to other shows. So they put this together in a bunch of 40 or 50 cubicle thingies these little tiny trailers that you see on a construction site as an office. And made this work and made it sing. It was interesting to say the least, I'm working with a number of thebe. I mean, most people I've never met before. Absent the camera guys and the technicians, a lot of whom in the industry I'd known for a long, long time. But the people behind the scenes of people in the organization have lived, I had not met any of them. At all. And all of a sudden, I wasn't there. I was nervous since I've ever been.

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Laura Klassen on Her New, Pulls-No-Punches Film 'The Procedure'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Laura Klassen on Her New, Pulls-No-Punches Film 'The Procedure'

"Video is called the procedure. It's four minutes long. Amazingly short. But it tells the story of what is happening right now while we're having this conversation. It's happening all across America. It's happening all around the world. It's happening in Canada. And every single one of us is whether actively or passively participating in this. This is what is happening in our country. And we are responsible for this. And we need to get the word out by sharing the video, which I have posted all over my social media and I will continue to do so. To anyone you know that has been misinformed or is confused about what we're talking about when people blithely say things like I'm all about a woman making decision between her and her doctor and you say, great, great. What decision? To have an abortion. Okay, what do you know what that is? What does that mean? Can we look at it? Let's look at it. So this video is an animation of what happens and that's happening every day. And we need to face this. If you don't face it and get other people to face it, you're being a hypocrite, because you're responsible for this. Laura, I just want to ask you this, this is a true story. This is the narrative of a man who was called in to help with an ultrasound. What happened to him? I mean, I was kind of amazed when I watched this short film that he was able to be there while this was happening. I mean, it's an astonishing thing. I know. Well, he said he just froze. And just even, you know, looking back, he really regrets not doing something or saying something, but he was in just so much shock. And this was his job. He was just doing his job. So, you know, he regrets that. As I said, he quit and he vowed that he would never again participate in an abortion. And he is now working at another hospital as an ultrasound technician currently. Well,

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Kevin Sorbo Discusses His Moving New Pro-Life Animation Film

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Kevin Sorbo Discusses His Moving New Pro-Life Animation Film

"Told you a moment ago about the video that's launching Monday, October 31st reformation day 8 p.m.. It's going to be everywhere and we want your help in spreading this video everywhere. It is about a second trimester abortion. It's a four minute video. It's an animation told from the point of view of a woman who inadvertently found herself involved in ultrasound technician. This is like a nightmare story. They somehow got Kevin sorbo to be the narrator. And I thought, hey, maybe Kevin would come on this program and talk about it. Kevin, my friend, welcome. It's good to be here. And I got to tell you, it was a male technician, not a female. Oh, it was. It was. It was otherwise, I think they've got a woman's voice. You know what? That makes sense. In today's world, who knows, right? Yes. I mean, yeah, of course that makes sense. It is, it's an amazing story to me because it's true. No. And when I watched it, you know, I previewed it, and I said, I don't know how anybody, anybody. I don't care how pro choice you think you are. If you dare to watch this video, which by the way, let's say very clearly, ladies and gentlemen, this is not a sensationalistic video. This is not a video meant to horrify you or it's simply telling the truth. When you watch it, you'll see that it's very, very, very basic. It simply goes through the reality of what this technician saw with his own eyes, so Kevin, how did you come into this project and what did you think when you were presented with this? Well, I do a lot of pro life speaking across the country. In fact, I just came back from one in beautiful Ontario, California. Thank God I got land in Ontario airport, not LAX 'cause you know that a wonderful LAX airport is. And I screened it. Let me screen it for the people I spoke to 800 people. And I was very, I told them ahead of time, guys. You may not want to watch this, but you're all here to support pro life. It's very graphic. This is the first time anybody seen it outside of the group of people put this together. Erica Tim, when I did this, people were weeping. People

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Why Do Leftists Push Anti-Science Ideas in Our Schools?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 3 months ago

Why Do Leftists Push Anti-Science Ideas in Our Schools?

"Do you think that leftists and liberals and people on the left side or why they push anti science ideas in our school systems like they push the ideas where it's like a man can be a woman, a woman can be a man. There is no difference between genders and why parents accept that, and then one last question, what do you think we should do with public school system? Should we try to change them? Should we take kids out of the public school system homeschooling? Because I'm a home schooler. I'm wondering what you thought. Yeah, great, great. So why do parents put up with it? That's a mystery to me. I think that's changing, though. I think parents are starting to push back. I think there is kind of a default setting of being polite and a lot of these communities and parents don't want to come across as being impolite. So why do they teach things that are contrary to science? That's a really important and good question. They would disagree with how you just categorized it, even though it is science in and of itself. But they also have a different view of what science is. I gave a whole speech on this in Kansas City that I encourage you to check out, which is science properly understood, should be about the preservation of human life and the advancement in the flourishing of human life. Science, I would say improperly applied is about exerting your own will and dominion over nature to show supremacy over the design or let's just say the state of what nature is. I'll give you an example, right? So two forms of medical technology that could be used by the same person for two complete and total differences, okay? An abortion and a C section. One gives life and protects life and one destroys life. They're both instruments of science because if you look at a test tube, you're not going to find morality in a test tube. So you have to bring some form of morality into science, right? This is one of the great lies, I think, a secular. So they say, oh, you can find morality in science. Now at some point you have to have some sort of a construct and a framework, right? These are tools that you use, right? And so with that kind of advancement of technology, praise God, we have C sections in America, right? It's the most commonly performed surgery in America that has saved millions of pregnancies and babies that otherwise we don't know what have happened, but then you have abortion very similar procedure in the way a trained technician has to do that, but a completely different result. And so the question really needs to be what is science, what is the point of science? I believe science should be first and foremost an inquiry into the natural world, understanding it. And if we have to intervene if we have to create something new, it has to be under the moral framework of allowing human beings to flourish and to succeed.

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A highlight from Creating Worshipers

Live Behind The Veil

12:55 min | 7 months ago

A highlight from Creating Worshipers

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. There were behind the veil. In everything that you do, do you do it as a worship to the lord? I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast, we'll discuss how our work is to be an expression of worship in how we can impart this to the younger generations. In modern day Christianity, one of the things that people separate is their life church and their life at work, or their life at their vocation, or life at school. What God is looking to do is take us to the place where in our lives everything is done unto him. Right. Exactly. Yes. Everything we do is a worship. So if you have a walk with God and you are in Christ Jesus, and then you go to work in the morning, and you feel like the work you're doing may be menial, it may be very intricate, so what do we do? Do we shift gears? Or do we continue to carry with us? What I do with my hands is a blessing to the lord and worship, because we come to that place where we put him first. The Holy Spirit leads you to find out how to worship through your vocation. That you become a complete person. In God, you become a complete worshipper. Yes. Right. It's so true. It takes what could be a mundane, boring, vocation, and at all of a sudden brings a light to it. What can we do? We can break out of that prison of boredom. My focus is on loving the lord. And that's where I keep it. Our lives can be directed to find that place of exalting the lord in all we do. The realization of this gave me a new respect. For the things that I thought were menial, my poorly educated people, and made me turn away from that kind of thinking of putting anybody down. Now I have a greater respect. For that guy who came and mowed my lawn or came and helped me out with some plumbing or something like that. And it makes me a lot more open to what God is doing. All over the earth. You know, our work is supposed to be an expression of worship to the lord. So he gives gifts to man, so that we can express our worship using the gift SETI gifts to us. I had a vision many years ago, and I saw buying a property roughly 40 acres, and then connecting with families and people around the region the area, you know, that are close proximity. And I just envisioned, I said, okay, let's get together and let's build a basketball court to start with. Well, how do you build one? What are the specifications for a basketball court? The exact length and width, where the free throw line is supposed to be, how far half court actually is, you know, get all the correct dimensions, and that would be one phase is part of the research and finding out how to do it. And then go into the fact of, okay, now we know what it's supposed to look like. How do we do it? Now you've got to get somebody who knows how to pour concrete, and then, of course, then you also have to put the posts on each end, and you have to put basketball nets up, no good to play basketball without the nets. So they had to find out how big is the backboard. How, you know, the ten foot mark, where is that ten foot mark on the hoop? And get children involved with that design phase. I'm not really wanting to get adults. They can be involved, but it's about the kids. It's all about kids. And that's kind of the principle, the initial principle, is get an idea, find out what it takes for the design work, and then find out what it takes for the construction, and then the finality of actually finishing the project. And it is the coming together and teaching young people how to do every potential or every probable aspect of where they are going to want to work when they grow up. We have construction. You have the electrical, the plumbing. You have drama. You have people operating a camera, you know, for people doing drama. You have the sound technician, the lighting technician. You can teach these young people every aspect on every one of those and they get they can choose, where they want to spend the rest of their life in what field. Bring in the young people and let them be responsible. Let them do it, we can answer questions. But let them do their doing and if I had the means, I would still do it. Yeah. On one level or one aspect, you're opening the door for children or young adults to learn or to try different things and to find out what they like with their good at, what they don't like, which is a pretty big deal. On the other hand, I would say that if it was done correctly, it would have to be done because there's relationships being built. Correct. To me, the point is not teaching the children or opening the door for them to learn something. Yes, that's important, obviously. But more important is the importation and the relationships that's being built in the process of learning all that. So you have men and women of God that have reached into the lord and become something in God. And now you need an avenue for them to be able to impart that rather than sitting in a church service and trying to impart it. Yep. How much more effective is it if you're doing something like you're talking about where you're working alongside young people and you're teaching them or helping them learn different trades, different aspects of what you're talking about and at the same time what's happening is you're creating relationship with these children you're imparting to them the ways of the lord, you're imparting them, not just knowledge of the drama, but you're imparting an integrity, you're imparting the thinking of the lord that was imparted to us, so you're really giving them a walk with God. You're opening the door for them to walk with God. Through relationship and I think that's that vision is awesome because if that was the intent behind it, in other words, it's not just a college or a school, they can go anywhere to do that kind of stuff. Right. More than even just a hands on facility, it is who's in that facility? Well, it's men and women of God that have something to impart to a younger generation. What we're talking about is the foundation that should be in every person that walks with God. It's the very foundation that we live for is to be worshiping the lord in everything we do. It sure isn't limited to church. Everything we do, whatever profession we're in, it is to be a worship to the lord, because our life is a worship. That's the foundation that Allen's talking about laying for the children. So in other words, to me, that's very exciting because how many places do you know on the face of the earth that can open the door for children to have a walk with God other than church? This is why people turn on and turn off their walk with God, supposedly. They go to church and then they turn off their walk with God, and they go to work, or they spend the rest of their life, do whatever they do with the rest of their life, because there has to be this deep revelation that God's not just in church, he's with you 24/7. Correct. And children need to have that revelation. If you can train a child in the way he's to go when he's young, he's not going to leave. And so if we would have a facility that would was doing what gallus talking about, opening the door for children or young adults to learn different professions and you have people that have had this importation this foundation of worship in their lives, that's a huge, huge thing, and it's enabling them to find God in a different atmosphere. Lord, what do you want me to be? It's amazing when you start asking that question, God will answer it. And he answers it usually to ways. He will place a desire in your heart for that, and he will give you the ability. Right. Yeah. If we see that growing up and we minister it to our kids, it makes it a smoother transition and growing up. You don't go through all the the wondering, well, what am I going to be when I grow up? And all the frustration that teenagers have in young men and women have. Well, I tried this and I tried that. Well, why don't you seek the lord? And find out what he wants. That is where the big reward comes is when God speaks to you and you say, yes. And the main thing we want to do is give him worship. And give them worship out of what we're doing with our hands, or our minds, because the cry of our heart is a worshipper, is giving back to God. No matter what I'm doing, to do what is unto the lord. So, through this podcast, we've seen that whether at work, play, church, in all that we do. We do it as a worship unto the lord. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind a veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.

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How Joey Jones Became an EOD Technician

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 8 months ago

How Joey Jones Became an EOD Technician

"Talk a bit about EOD what they do how heroic these men are Well that's the thing They are heroes I was lucky and public split through the cracks to be able to be called Marino D tech and I acknowledge I'm a blip on the history of the OD for sure And what's amazing about these men and women we have females that do the job very well too Is that they don't want You don't know about them because they don't want you to You know the movie hurt locker if you've seen that then you know nothing about it It's not accurate That's not who we are We don't want movies We don't want folks We want to do our job and go home to our families and keep our buddies doing the same But the best term I can give you to understand EOD is let it be me If somebody has to go out there and risk their lives to make everything around them better and safer let it be me I'll bear that call I'll carry that weight and I'll do that job And that's the mentality of the OD If it's anything else if it's look at me if it's patting yourself on the chest if it's saying I'm braver than you then you're not an EOD tech You might be performing the job but you don't fit the culture and you probably don't stick around very long It's the ultimate exercise of humility on the battlefield because if there's an interview I did because we had a lot of media illness and I didn't notice the challenge but I look back now because I was 1510 15 years younger and I said you know a good day is us staying on base and training a bad day is coming out here and doing the job we love to do and someone getting hurt and someone dying and we say initial success or total failure and that's mentality you have to have There is no room for error but you learn and you train and you dedicate your life to it So when you go out there and you have to make decisions on a bond that you don't know how it's made you don't know how it's supposed to go off and you're trying to trick the trickster you've done the work and you care enough and you've done the job and you go out there and you have confidence and you do it and you get it done Hey listen I'm buying a thousand Every mom I touched is no longer a threat I just kind of bun it on that last one and that's unfortunate

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Thieves Use Remote Device to Steal Gas

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | 11 months ago

Thieves Use Remote Device to Steal Gas

"Lie. Now, maybe you might want to talk to this North Carolina gas station owner, people have been stealing gas from his station. I've been around a long while, and this is the first time I've heard of something like this. Neil is so did the owner of this gas station and what they tell me as well as the petroleum technician. They tell me that the thieves had a specialized remote pointed them at the two pumps put in the dispenser and stand-alone mode. He says at that point they filled up their tanks and drove away with free gas. But I lost a lot of money last night. It's a lot of money we lost. It's really bad. It's an unusual problem for heartache Patel owner of busy bee grocery and BP on north Main Street in high point. He says Monday night was a bizarre case of extreme gas theft. It's abnormal that about ten to 12 cars at a time. Surveillance shows it happened around ten at night after the store closed. Look at this silver car pull up to the pump, a man points a device at the machine which petroleum experts say puts the dispenser in stand-alone mode, releasing fuel without charging for

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Jury Clears Former Kentucky Officer in Breonna Taylor Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 11 months ago

Jury Clears Former Kentucky Officer in Breonna Taylor Case

"Louisville, remember the police officer Brett hankison, he's the only police officer who was ever charged in connection with the raid that resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor. That officer was acquitted of all charges yesterday. Now, funny how the cops acquittal didn't get that kind of media attention that the death of Breonna Taylor itself received was a shocking story. It was heartbreaking for certainly her family and for many, many people all over the world, Breonna Taylor became went right up there with George Floyd and Michael Brown and all these other police shootings. She had been in bed when police officers broke through her door. She was a 26 year old emergency medical technician. She was shot multiple times. She died at the scene, while the police officer was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment. This is the guy that fired the bullets into her home and it took the jury only three hours to find the officer, not guilty.

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OSHA Vaccine Rule Blocked by Supreme Court

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

OSHA Vaccine Rule Blocked by Supreme Court

"I'm a big believer in take the wind. Take the win. Take the win. Take the victory. I believe in that. You know, we can look at the glass half empty. We can look at the glass half full. I hate that the Supreme Court somehow felt that osha should not be weaponized to bend to Joe Biden's will for up to not almost 90 million workers across the country, but we can still kick healthcare workers to the curb, firing nurses, doctors, physicians, assistants, technicians, forget it, you don't count. You're a goat. You don't want to get a vaccine. You don't want to turn in your vaccine card. You're

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Supreme Court Allows Vaccine Mandate for Health Care Workers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Allows Vaccine Mandate for Health Care Workers

"Here's a huge day yesterday, a big victory for common sense the Supreme Court ruled 6 to three that millions of Americans aren't going to have to risk the hell of being punished for being unvaccinated in the workplace, but it's a glass half empty kind of a victory. Because frankly, if you believe in the principle of government overreach, if you believe in letting the executive branch turn into king George. What about the healthcare workers? And thanks to justice Kavanaugh, once again, we see a Trump appointee side with the liberal faction of the Supreme Court and I can promise you there's a lot of nurses. There's a lot of x-ray technicians. There's a lot of physicians assistants, there's a lot of doctors. Who are pretty distraught over the Supreme Court upholding the healthcare industries

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Under pressure, Apple allows self-repairs to iPhones, Macs

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Under pressure, Apple allows self-repairs to iPhones, Macs

"Apple is changing a long standing policy by allowing users to make some repairs to their iPhones for years apple has only allowed company approved technicians to touch its proprietary software in parts but now it's planning to launch an online store early next year we're users can pick up parts and tools to make simple repairs like screens batteries and displays on iPhone twelve and thirteen models not only was the by the administration and the Federal Trade Commission pushing for access to do it yourself repairs even some apple shareholders were demanding a change saying the company's anti repair practices contribute to electronic waste I'm Jackie Quinn

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 Egypt announces clinical trials of its own COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Egypt announces clinical trials of its own COVID-19 vaccine

"Egypt's national research body says that it will start clinical trials were injection made coronavirus vaccine back in June Egypt's acting health minister Dr hello do a far had said that Egypt was working on three local code nineteen vaccines now he says researchers are starting human clinical trials for an Egyptian made vaccine named cover backs that will eventually include thousands of people I don't remember the so my management a lot of those so mad after the mother Egypt in vaccine works by including proteins from the original virus to provoke an immune response the minister hailed the trials saying they were made possible by the critical mass the researchers technicians and laboratories Egypt has achieved with the vaccination rate of about fourteen percent Egypt's been struggling to vaccinate more of its population but the country has so far been reliant on shipments of the shots from other countries I'm

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20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues

"Officials in New York or announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September eleventh terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center just days before the twentieth anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly three thousand people and jolted the nation the medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead New York she was a broker for marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate fines in two thousand one two thousand two and two thousand six his family is asking the name be withheld it's the first time in two years new identifications have been made eleven hundred remains are still unidentified even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found chief medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledge to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Three Most Important Charts in the Market

CNBC's Fast Money

02:04 min | 1 year ago

The Three Most Important Charts in the Market

"We kick off a new trading month with the three most important charts in the market at least according to our traders. Let's get right to you. Then i up the iwan russell. Two thousand small-cap etf guy this is your chart. Tell us what it tells you about. The markets well. I'm not one to speak in platitudes. But i love these games at the beginning of months and i happen to think that the i. Wm is as an important to chart was. We're gonna look at you. Go back to last. September twenty twenty. The russell was explode into the upside is a matter of fact. I think it went from one. Forty five to two fifteen pretty much in a straight line but since january it's been going sideways in a very well defined range in a two ten to two thirty five and here. We are now the great louise yomata who is as you know. She's on the parthenon of great technicians. Out there she will say the longer in space the higher and outer space. And i think a lot bowls will believe that as well. It feels like it wants a breakouts. The upside i bring it up because as you know the most economically sensitive names believe it or not. Amc the top holding with half of one percent. Healthcare big component financials industrials and tech. But this has not validated the move and the snp five hundred the russell to break out sort of above two thirty five. Then it's off to the races and the s&p five hundred. That's why i find it to be the most important chart or one of the three. Considering that this is a quote that we often refer to on the show guy given by a person who we regard so highly as to put her on the pantheon of technical now analysts. It's amazing that you've got the quote wrong the longer the base the higher in space the long does exactly what i said higher in space. That's what you said. The thought is their thought. Is there what do you think about the wm. As as a chart that that could portend what what will happen in the markets so yeah. I like guys premise. And obviously i'd been in value. And i probably a little too deep in value to be honest because it did have a nice run.

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"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

"It was a really good experience. Can you talk a little bit of ballot. Alaska's unique environment and what that means for a technician working alaska compared to somewhere in the lower forty-eight they had a lot of misconceptions about alaska. Before i came here. Acreage is similar to chicago in the wintertime. Out in the remote areas. There's a lot more extreme weather as you can imagine everywhere we go. We need to fly so we fly to over twenty locations. We have launching off points in dilling ham and king salmon so he flied big planes there and then we fly little planes out to the surrounding villages. So you're kinda in a little sardine can flying out to your site we have some world class. Bush pilots out here in. Alaska have been doing this their whole lives so we feel pretty confident. They know what they're doing. Some of these long trips. I was wondering what your range. So our range is Dilling him and king salmon or both about an hour from anchorage so those are launching off points and then the ranges anywhere from twenty minutes to forty five minutes from those different sites then we also have two sites that are islands that are on the aleutians. We have Erickson air station while it's a military base and the saint paul island which is also out on the aleutians. So all what do you think makes this job. Fun and exciting. I just love the diversity. I love that it's never the same thing every day. There's always something and whether it's Something you've never had to even think about before or something bizarre which actually happens up here quite a bit it's just you know some of the oddball things that happen. You're you just shake your head and go. I never thought. I would be dealing with this so i think. It's just the uniqueness of some of the problems or and or issues we have up here that really makes it not boring. So let's say become an faa attack. There any special training for working alaska. Yeah so training is training is so important here we train everyone specific to alaska our number one topic is safety as you can imagine. But that's you know. Faa wide so we have wilderness. survival training. that other states may not receive in fact tomorrow. They're half my crew is going to cpr first aid. Add wilderness training. It's a full day. So they get to have that. Atv's heavy equipment man lifts Snow cat training bear awareness. What inspired you do. You think that there's a way to reach girls and young women to get them interested in tech ops at the i do I'm actually. I'm the stem committee here in our district and that's looking for women minorities and or just people interested in these type of positions to reach out to them either colleges or job fairs and get them interested in wanting to be technician so we don't necessarily Target one group but we look for anyone that's interested in certainly women are treated equally as male swimmer looking for these positions to come on board with those. Okay maybe i do want to move to alaska now. Yes chris you mentioned twice now anyway that we've taken the deeper look into tech off. I hope that we've inspired you from conditions. And maybe even moved to alaska can you. These technicians really are behind the scenes. Heroes they might not get as much airtime. we wouldn't have the safest aviation system in the world without him. All right chris. That's enough dad jokes today. And that's our show for more information on how to join tech ops visit fa dot gov slash jobs and we should tune into our next episode. Of course the if there is a podcast from the federal aviation administration. If you like today's episode remember to subscribe in share. What someone else you can find the faa on social media where fa on facebook instagram linked in an fa news on their listener..

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"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

"Transportation system specialists and that's typically how ajao announcement on usa jobs will go out. That's the position it's all everyone's kind of covered by this one. Large job series. And when you actually get to where you're going that's where you start to get a little bit. More divided up into specific groups and theoretically immune one of the concepts was that people can work on all all types of different equipment and a lot of times they do but it would be pretty much impossible for someone to get to an airport and say well. We need to be able to work on all of this stuff. It's just way too varied so they are broken up into different. Kind of subcategories. Radar is one of those subcategories and there's numerous different types of radar out there on which they might be working. Automation systems is another. One and automation systems are working on equipment. That air traffic controllers used to see crap and that's a large system and a lot of places where it's getting radar data coming in. It's getting all of this other weather information and everything and it pulls it all together onto one piece of equipment. It's right now. Usually called stars. Most places have stars at this point. They actually broadcast that information out to all of the tower so here at nc t for instance the star system actually sends that information to all of the towers in the area and so everything they see on the scopes actually translated here at nc. T- there's navigation systems and that can be broken down into numerous areas They typically work on. Bor's which is equipment that sometimes you might see in the middle of the field or on mountaintop somewhere and add equipment is used to send out signals everywhere for pilots to be able to fly on navigation technicians malls to be working on the on the instrument landing systems and those are on the airfields and they send out signals that worked with equipment in the aircraft that enable them to land without seeing very well and in some cases they can lamb without being able to see anything as well. We've got communications technicians out there. So they'll be working largely on radios and what's called the voice switch at the towers or at the centers and large trade cons. And what that does is it takes. Although the radio feeds and it allows air traffic controllers to be able to actually select a specific frequency at a specific position in a tower trae were center and then one of the most important groups we also have is what they call environmental and environmentals a very diverse group because they basically handle the backbone of what we do. All of the equipment i mentioned earlier is the equipment that's used by pilots in her traffic to kind of see and speak to one another. What environmental technician stew is they do. A lot of lighted navigates. If someone's at an airport and your landing you kind of see these lights. That are along the way they help. The pilots kinda see where they're gone and get a good angle on how they're landing. They also work on building. Maintenance electrical systems the hvac equipment. That's all those locations. They're really the folks that kind of enable everything else to work because you know without power or air conditioning in our world. You're kind of dead in the water so very important part of what we do. What advice do you have for the sinners interested in pursuing a career at the faa depending on what they wanna do and we'll touch on checkup specifically because you know. Obviously that's where i'm at but if they're interested in working in that field reach out you know find some folks that work there and if you don't know anyone that works with the agency or worse than anything like that go to the airport and find out who the system support manager is our look online. Find out who the are knock on doors. Everyone's doing everything online. But that human aspect is still vital to getting people on board. I mean we try to make it to recruitment fairs and things like that to get the word out but like with me. My father got the contact information for the manager. And i made the call you when we worked through things that way. People remember that person that they saw the remember the person that made that effort to come out actually present themselves and say why it is that they would be a good fit for that position. So i'd say that's probably my biggest advice. Try and make those contacts if you want to jump in and that's going to be. Wow it's like a puzzle. it's amazing how all these pieces fit together. You're not getting aftercare and energy. Cody ida chance the child. Jim woodring to learn more training technicians. Jim ben with agency for twenty five years and it's currently on ensure technicians at the right training at the right place at the right time so we have enough certified tax to maintain equipment nationwide. Let's hear from jim. Jim thanks so much for being here. We really appreciate you taking the time. Oh my pleasure and can you start by telling us a little bit about yourself and how you got into the faa sure. I grew up in ohio. One thousand nine hundred eighty two. I enlisted in to the navy and got into electronics. Was totally foreign to me at that point in my life served eight years as a radar technician and as an instructor and when i got out of the navy i taught high school public school for five years. I kept in touch with a friend who worked with in the navy. He ended up getting a job and the faa when he got out as a radar technician. Can he kept pestering me to apply to the faa so finally nine hundred ninety six one ahead put in an application. I got hired as a radar technician. I was ecstatic to get a job with the faa and get back into working. Radars couldn't have been happier then couldn't be any happier now so we'd like to explain to our listeners. What tech ops training like what they can expect along the way. How does training prepare technicians for the actual job for working on nasa equipment in the field actually very proud of the way. The fa does training. We'll take a new hire. They get theory the equipment train from trained instructors down oklahoma city than they typically come back to where they work. They'll get assigned an experienced technician. Who give them on the job training in addition to what they just received in it all finally comes to a performance exam and ed is a hands on demonstration that they can do the job that we've hired him for and performance exam basically is our way of saying yes. This individuals ready to certify equipment that the flying public gonna rely on it typically end with one certification on one piece of equipment. I know when i was in cleveland. I probably i think. I left there with about twenty certifications everything from radar to automation to communications. You name it very diverse dependent on where you end up. That's where that constant training comes into play. I love that it's all about. The people can agree. More kenya as we say mass. I people always and on another note. You wanna move to alaska kenya. What are you even talking about kristie. You like snow flying through the mountains about grizzly bears lay. What does that have to do with becoming a technician. Actually a lot just so happens. That alaska has many job opportunities technicians. I mean i knew that but there's just no way i'm moving their fishing up there. I had the opportunity to interview. Christie jepson humanities the faa facility with the coolest name ever king san system support centre. It's an anchorage and covers maintenance on equipment. All the way to the aleutian islands about six hundred miles to the southwest. Where the grisly drone. Chris ben with the faa for twenty years starting in salt lake city. That's incredible okay enough talking chris. Let's get right into the interview. I wanted to hear compressive chris. Thanks so much for taking the time it'd be here today and telling us about your journey and your unique job in alaska. What was that. Experience like moving to alaska. It was interesting. I had a lot of misconceptions about alaska. I had never visited before. So i didn't know what to expect. I didn't know if there were bears in town. Or you know. I mean everybody tells stories. It was a very long drive through canada and then to anchorage pulling a very large trailer. Full of all my worldly belongings. Every time i drive they call it the l. Can the alaska canadian highway. I remember how long it is and how long it took to get here and how desolate some areas are. Of course the fishing was fantastic. Yes there were moose in the backyard and he had some bears and different wildlife but it was a.

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"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

"Let them to the air there a podcast about the wide world aviation aerospace. I'm williams and i'm chris drexel. Today's episode of the second and our careers. You may have listened to her first about how to become the controller will today. We're continuing to examine the world of aviation. Not in the air off their chris. What are you talking about. This is the arab there right. Great point kenya. But what i mean is that we're going to take a look at it a profession that similarly to air traffic control is one that keeps your boots on the ground not in the clouds. Oh you mean technicians. Exactly the epidemic employs thousands of technicians many with the title airway transportation systems specialist. We call him. Atss's these technicians have the skills and hands on training to maintain and repair a wider rid. Equipment equipment pilots rely on the nandy controllers rely on to talk to pilots like tracking technology. Much more and like you said kenya all critical for air travelers to reach the destination.

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Air Up There

"Does he take to technician at the. Fa can you tell us what kind of training does one need. Sure so one of the awesome things i think about being a technician is our positions are so varied. There's so many different types of equipment that people can be working on so there's not an amount of training. That's really necessary to do this job. I mean it just depends on what it is. We get those military folks because they do have that training but we grab folks. it backgrounds. We have folks that are mechanical backgrounds. We have folks that are just kind of power system backgrounds that are working on h. Back and stuff like that because we need all of that to make sure that we're getting this work. Done h is particularly important because especially here in california. This equipment gets hot. It's just gonna shut down so it's a really important aspect but one of the best things about the technicians. You actually get that training once you come here so if you've already kind of worked in field that is marketable you're able to actually go train on the specific equipment and that's one of the best things about being a technician with the faa. When i came on with the agency. I went to radar concept school. I went to eleven squad. Didn't go to general radar. School actually learned the radar. On which i was going to be working. I went to two star school. I went to arts tweets. This is all just equipment and other just acronyms but everything that we work on. They send us to school specifically for that equipment and so you feel a lot more comfortable with that so really coming on. You don't need a ton of training. I mean if you have something. That's in the realm of it of of electronics systems of electrical systems h. Fac if you've got that background that'll get you in the door pretty easily and then when you get here. That's when you really get your training done and that's when you really learn exactly what you need to do.

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How to Become a Technician

The Air Up There

01:37 min | 1 year ago

How to Become a Technician

"Does he take to technician at the. Fa can you tell us what kind of training does one need. Sure so one of the awesome things i think about being a technician is our positions are so varied. There's so many different types of equipment that people can be working on so there's not an amount of training. That's really necessary to do this job. I mean it just depends on what it is. We get those military folks because they do have that training but we grab folks. it backgrounds. We have folks that are mechanical backgrounds. We have folks that are just kind of power system backgrounds that are working on h. Back and stuff like that because we need all of that to make sure that we're getting this work. Done h is particularly important because especially here in california. This equipment gets hot. It's just gonna shut down so it's a really important aspect but one of the best things about the technicians. You actually get that training once you come here so if you've already kind of worked in field that is marketable you're able to actually go train on the specific equipment and that's one of the best things about being a technician with the faa. When i came on with the agency. I went to radar concept school. I went to eleven squad. Didn't go to general radar. School actually learned the radar. On which i was going to be working. I went to two star school. I went to arts tweets. This is all just equipment and other just acronyms but everything that we work on. They send us to school specifically for that equipment and so you feel a lot more comfortable with that so really coming on. You don't need a ton of training. I mean if you have something. That's in the realm of it of of electronics systems of electrical systems h. Fac if you've got that background that'll get you in the door pretty easily and then when you get here. That's when you really get your training done and that's when you really learn exactly what you need to do.

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"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"These kind of changes in your belief system and how you reprocess things than refrain things or Canopy fizzle too illogical. Most of the time is logical Is something who is a directly event you're producing the wrong chemicals. but why are producing their own chemicals. Must be something in behind could produce. That seem to everything that the symptom is. The problem is the same is burn. The poem is what Senior if the depression counts as a result something something general obviously is it a will be the cortisol in. You'll feel or angrily you depress but why use debt number one can be a trauma giving you pass. Whatever calling you see whatever knows here. You tweeted again that motion and you start to repeat the cycle. In a moment you change the subject. Will you see something else. You can change from the president to angriness of or two things. And what have you started to act like that because they have too many parts competing between each other disappearance which one is more important than moment is who win in the does he said whatever you think the way you sleep in the way you brace holistically. Oh yeah all these things tied in with without a doubt We have Come up on the hour here in Seemed to go pretty quickly. I appreciate your time here now. The book is one again it's called personnel identity. Identity which shape your life by coach al kelman and it's available at Kalgren hyphen wellness. Dot com link is in the description also offer You have a bunch of other offerings on your website Wanna talk a little bit before we go about what else you do. Besides offering the book. Yes i have program my possum because of the difference between goal desire and will you have positive past you permission in that was a bank burnt to to understand between goal and the mission but one has kids and the need to feed them. It's a mission doesn't doesn't big difference. I create a probe for kids with With add. Because i believe the a. i have a brother autism with autism. My songs talked to them. All those exercises create a hundred exercises for for making him more. Neural connections. Knake's twenty seven. He taught over himself. He's being more than vibrant. And i make all the things he can do what he can think and see the doctors if they gave me damn near a six old. They said he never won't vote more than two words together slacks. It doesn't impossible's program. I the for you. And i have the mental blocks so everybody may have into books. Yeah they don't attention to that until we face a challenge excellent stuff. I do appreciate your time here. I do appreciate the knowledge that you're spreading. I hope people will check out your book. I wish you great success. Thank you for coming. Thanks so much for helping me bye bye for now. Say well that. I coach al kelvin. Folks hope. He got something out of that. Hope that clarified some things for you. You know I i hear what you're saying It's still..

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"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Goals and then when you mind only will you bring only think and believe i do. European ten million times and the overs stunt vibrate in two different direction do narrative. Nothing but they don't they. Don't give them permission to the people how to change you. Heart hunter change the guts to go to do that to make rolling. Yeah so that's you know. That's a tricky one because I don't know. Can you change your gut. Because i how they're connected all the microbiome is all the bacterial viruses everything you have inside you guts and the poop and all is connected you bring we have Nerve event all the information come from the brain to the guts to brain to the heart but as more information calving from the guts to bring on the guts. But it's information coming interacting. If the phone is would you think different you guts will change when you chants what you've got to change. You think different always connected with when you breathe. You feel the air committee but but you are scare. You forgot to bring you breathe. You forgot the skin used forgot the fear..

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Thinks criminal things knocker know things get it all things but the words you use more the wants. You put more attention. More emotions is is going to all the time they need to do is. Don't pay attention that you are no visible. Pay attention into details. You need to do to be disciplined. That will be more dominant over whether you're doing it pervades so many Areas of my life though the artistic part of my life to create a part of my life. The business part of my life Just running the household type of stuff. It's so many places where i need it so it's not just one When when you look at discipline. It's not just one little thing that i need to concentrate on. Its it's in my life. it really is a Complicated a little bit Okay us what spread out. All over yogurts right. So it prioritizing what things in working Working on one thing at a time is is recommended right newland. Yes they right. Yeah well and i don't mean to be. it's monday. I i usually. I am pretty negative person by personality. But it's monday and i'm always l. action negative so. Forgive me for this. But now 'cause prioritizing is a discipline in itself so if i'm working on disciplined globally in my life wanna figure something out. I need to prioritize but prioritizing is discipline. You see i'm back to my second again but you personality made a determination of where you wanna do the. Why did you priority. I what is the intention latch intentionally. Life is to be accepted or is to be significant right. All away you're going to do is to be significant or still be accepted doesn't make a determination. What what is your base. Do you believe anybody can be good at anything like nine. Now no so it can be very good at one thing..

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"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Bring the buck with warms. It ended the war on. They go was per hours enough nephew happen. In the wind guy came. He's whole it Time put a vitamins layer Big cities in and bug. Big big fix a by what happened by magic. He's doing to pull feces. We hours enough hovering in where he finished. He says okay. We'll give you the key. I can't be warm. Warm given my back to the ice is one small mobitel. Everybody was doing sacrificing. was small. Change everything he hit. The warm warm doubt dr defeats. You're making money it because you don't keep the warm warm is something is just weren't small detail. It's no belief system is one till you are missing. Because you don't see it you'll pay visit to the making money is the care. I was watching a soccer game from building. Bits and i don't want to see the results after the penalty roles. I don't wanna see it. Because i saw i was watching Loosened winning the tunnel. I see the computer. Who won. And i said i can see when i see with resume stage nervousness. I feel good. Because i know the results. Then i can see all the happened. It didn't come to my mind in the moment to make money or you don't make money is for you. Feel about the future is not what you feel about the press. Okay well let me clarify a little bit though. I'm not talking about making money. I'm talking more about managing money. 'cause i've always been And i've had many Most of my life been able to earn. Well it's a matter of Putting you know the whole idea of making money work for you or spending foolishly sometimes irresponsibly. And i know i do that. But it's part of my makeup and there's a line from jimmy buffett song about it. I made a made enough money to buy miami. But i pissed it away so fast..

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"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"In three different aspects in you normal life sexual lives and business. Lives those supersonics Interact but one will win. One will be the dominant. That's where you are home. You wife is more dominant. You act like a blue persson okay. She's the controlling the businesses going to joepat jordan. Boss you like it take pays by you. Want independent position. You have rights responsibilities. You'd have explained to book all different. Be nations of the personality. That credentialing they think. Do that is exactly what you do in your job. Dust A home during different person in the cases your for person. I think i'm wondering if that's still applies because My job now is at home. My wife sees me working. Part of my She i mean she witnesses. My my my work constantly whenever she's here So i'm wondering if that's still holds true at post covert for a lot of people like me who now have that homelife work-life all as one one thing that kind of cramped together any insights on that on that. Yes yes he really knows the difference between you husband. Us host in new show. You a little bit different in hunt you act different even the vet intimidating. You're different host in. Does the difference in the lead entity..

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"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Difference between good singers and bad singers any talks about this idea of belief and Just believing that you are a good center in in his Estimation will will get you to be a good singer Just in that belief alone. Of course there are Techniques and exercises we have to practice to be a good singer but the belief is important. I'm not sure that worked for old dogs like me. I think it's really will work for a young person who has let's say Never attempted to sing and an wants to be a singer but hasn't really tried it. Try to put it into practice yet but if you put it into practice in struggled with it That because the bridge to getting to that place where you can truly believe it in your core. Not you're saying you believe. It is a big Challenge to overcome especially as years of years of conditioning to think. Well i'm just not getting this no matter what exercises i'm doing so bad whole idea of how we Adopt a belief to really May metabolize it into our being so that we believe we really can sing when You know tones and and and Tuning meters will tell you. You're pitching all that kind of stuff bat is i and i've seen it go down many times so the idea that just adapting a belief is enough it is seemed foreign to me and it seems that if it works it all you have to start really young my ron. You're really going to to really devil about skill in sport. Bill is gymnastics. And i do track appeal..

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"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Does the link is in the description. And i do appreciate you patronizing uh sponsored now onto the big program today. Going to be a little bit of a devil's advocate here today. and Because you know i've been dabbling in dabbling. Say that looks interesting. where. But that's what i have been doing for almost forty years in this whole idea of mindset and You know trying to get in. And i think there is a kind of idea where we have a negative belief systems. That can hold back. But there's also this idea of Being honest with yourself about what your strengths and your weaknesses are and where where those two cross past. I've never been quite Quite certain but we'll see if we can get some new information today will get educated in this Education in this coach. Al is Gymnastics coach with teams of olympic minutes. But that's not only does uh since being diagnosed with. add as a young boy He's been fascinated by how the mind works. That a pass trauma can cause illness years later. And how he can retain your mind this coming the aspects of your of your personality and the relationship with your inner identity Like covert personality core personally personality. And how we access each one ladies and gentlemen. Please open the year's opening minds and help me welcome in coach. Alford might not be podcasts. Coach our welcome so much me. It's my pleasure that have yourself Let's stop by Kind of defining what it is. Exactly what is it. Exactly a paradigm technician. What does that mean. Well all the are buying is all departments in different broncos. We haven't nine. And i think nissan to fix that..

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The Early Life of Bernice Arthur

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:38 min | 1 year ago

The Early Life of Bernice Arthur

"Bernice frankel was born on may thirteenth nineteen twenty two in new york city. She was the second of philip. And rebecca rankles three daughters when be was eleven. Her father moved the family to cambridge maryland to run a clothing store. The was the tallest girl in her class resulting in typical middle school awkwardness. In addition to the run of the mill challenges of adolescence. These family was also one of the only jewish families in town and they were subject to anti-semitism to overcome her insecurities be developed. A cutting sense of humor. Even winning the title of wittiest girl in her class at cambridge high at the age of twenty be became one of the first women to enroll in the us marine corps women's reserve paperwork from the interview process notes that she came off as argumentative and overly aggressive one reviewer went so far as to write officious but probably a good worker if she has her own way after basic training be worked first as a typist in the marine headquarters in washington. Dc before transferring to the motor transport. School where served as a truck driver and dispatcher and cherry point north carolina. She was honorably discharged in nineteen. Forty five at the rank of staff sergeant in nineteen forty. Seven be married fellow marine robert allen arthur after leaving the marines be attended the franklin institute of science and arts and worked as a lab technician for a year before moving to new york city to pursue show business.

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"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"Everything have but you can hold me accountable for your your opponent. Because i've done the edge but then you've tried to end to re-engage other tech should ever be accountable via. I think that should be dante yourselves. And what comes june again back to communication. Tell me what you won't do it. I think it's good to be prescriptive with etching as well. Because what i tell my attention to do is i will say five percent heidelberg acid for twenty seconds per protocol. I used i hope. I'm not putting in the spot too much but is that the concentration. The time that you're doing or do you follow a different protocol as per manufacturer guidelines. It depends on the manufacturer. Goldline's the acetate that you've got yourself so the acetate or as saving instructions to some generally about twenty seconds audit of mine for twenty seconds but some of that takes ultimately spicy depends on the concentration of the edge liquid. That you've got yourself and obviously these timespans will never get stronger away cry times. I respect that massively. I'm glad you do that because there was a technician at chain of technicians. I was using some years ago. And the on these would come back. And they look like super-rich they look really and email saying which construction and using hallowing using four. Are you following my instructions. I didn't tell what my is. Because i write them. In every case. I said how long you doing an email back a photo of the edge of the we used it for about sixty to ninety seconds. I'm like you're wrenching..

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"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"Put the crown it lightly inclusion in with shins dock and then you have something to follow as an inclusive prescription. Do you think summarize that well. Yeah i think that's a fair summarizations really especially if you're looking for top pain job if you want everything just a drop in place and not all come. Come onto this bit lighter. I'm especially when you just dropping things into place. Some of my clients they like to have ever finger puppet in don't have to touch anything but that's because they've given me the data will we've been working together for a long time but yeah sometimes it's obviously you got. Charlie's i make any adjustments. You might have had denied every dentists cutler. I'm wife during their i'm impressions. They've got there is at the time praising. Sometimes you know the temporary swelling in pushing the adjacent slot. Ahah pau that just shy of that so you know denver station of might doesn't quite fit as well as it should. But we'll touch of this. Because we i'm gonna flip it around program and this is not against you. The fascinating thing about this podcast recording is and with respect to you re appreciate your solar worker. I know you're a busy guy we've got lots of clients is and if anyone wants to use you great but i know that's not why you're on here today. I think you're on here because you're passionate and i've got you on because you're passionate technician you haven't got anything to sell. And that's why. I want to bring you one great. We can have this discussion. But i haven't used you yet to not say it might not using the future you you four so this is not an attack on you. But recently i sent a reservoir bridge to lab. And i brought my prescription. I can guarantee i can tell you now is a long essay. I for these reservoir bridge. Because i want them done specifically so i am almost like a dream client you with the information i give but i wanted the technician to cover over the premolar with the reservoir bridge retainer and i gave that very clearly in prescription but sometimes it doesn't come back and then after cinematic labs i know covered you. I said so sometimes technicians when we give these detailed descriptions and whatnot sometimes technicians. Were read it. They will not follow our instructions. Because that's me airing off frustration. What you set it up as far as depends away sending you work. If you send it to sorta lot myself you know the contracts domino usual of what's app if i've got anything that i want to do differently to your I will use. What set a nigga pipe. Betrayal allows you to questions. You very fine with me if you very fine. And so yeah. That's okay. Then they're going to in so when it comes to fit new toy hours for these different about well. Actually we said this and this is about is about taking responsibility having that communication place. But yeah if you're going to sell send it to a lab to like about that graham that you said about the what's up right so you would send the framework for example right by maybe send a photo or a video of the framework. Yes yes awesome photographs. Anything that will allow with whatsapp brayson. They are no. The end of the privacy is changing to probably have to swap that as well but Yes lead pipe trial. You can send pictures. You can send a video to give someone walk through talk of what it is actually looking at and why you can't do that y. United on vacation for june or suggesting today what. That's that's a great one so if you have a technician that you work closely with to exchange on whatsapp is really good..

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"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"So do you trust tech and if you ask for etching to be done in a lab and then obviously we all just on a clean everything here but you can hold me accountable for. You'll your foam. Because i've done the edge but then you've tried to end any veterinary edge. I think you should ever be accountable via. I think they should be dance yourselves. And when it comes to it again back to communication. Tell me what you want. Not welcome to the protractive dental podcast. The forward thinking podcast for dental professionals. Join us as we discuss hot topics. Dentistry clinical tips continuing education and adding value to your life and career with your host jazz galati. When i was a foundation dentists. My training program director was removed ratan. Who some of you may have heard of. His speeches stories are famous in the dental circles. A great guy and he gave some really good advice to me. he said jazz. Make sure you pick your technician very carefully because an average dentist with a good technician and go very far. Hello produce rotea. i'm chas galanti. Welcome this episode about five things. Your technician wish you knew this is all about some things that we can learn as dentist from the technicians who honestly they work so hard and do such a great job. I such an important job re the ones who take that final photo and upload to social media and we get all the accolades and the applause but it was actually the technician.

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"technician" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

"Wouldn't say you've got people was big massive generalizations notice on the case with with your friends. I've got now it's just this independent nature you know from the from the lowest abo you this this one of the things. I'm sure gavin sort of this whole thing. You are encouraged to go out and buy investing property. Because you're going to wait for nine months bank money so yet for by flat because because solid investment but then you got your your home you've got something you can invest in but they do very whereas we as junior soldiers would be told. It's thursday night his chest his hippodrome go on. Probably we are. More prone again moved about mary's maybe lesser. You know one for that is now. That's you've got me. I r. I understand the home port rule. I don't necessarily hand stand the career profile of you staying on anti submarine warfare frigates for your entire career. I don't quite. I was the home port. Real as i understand it. I'm sure a million people will turn around and go no holes with. You've got it completely wrong. But it's effectively that you say that you are going to be based predominantly in your career at portsmouth all plymouth or you're gonna spend ninety percent your time so you buy a house in fastlane because that's where you're gonna be. Yes you might get posted to. Pj scare you might get posted to navy command all those kind of things book predominant your going to be in place whichever one of those three so you can elect to say right. I am staying in so if you're allocated quarter you say why i am. My homebase is portsmouth. So if you get posting then to pj cusine you can retain and your family can stay in portsmouth and you on a weekly basis and this is one of the things i found this going back to when i was in service. My last job was at department officer training at care barracks and the show toy service environment officer training. Raf navy homey longer look. It's afternoon they're out of here. Wikileaks is because maybe i don't need to be on a weekend. I don't live here. My family's down in portsmouth. Thanks very much both got on. That was under. Be back monday morning and say because that's the whole boat. So that's where so. It means that the individual moves but the family stays put. So you've got continuity and the whole discussion about constitutionality of educational. Like i think but if you're invested in a particular area if you're in your own house fine if you're not if you're america was point because you still gonna go if you were promoted in. You're entitled to a different quarter you just. What are you going to move from. Quarter to quarter debate. But you still going to be imported. You're still going to. Your kids are still going to go to that school. That already going to so it sort of works. I understand it but my the bit. Where i don the estonians okay. So you're a weapons specialist and you work on defense. your destroys. Say well paul smith is your home base because talk for five stonework avenue. Where else work. Apple's okay fine. I.

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"technician" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"technician" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sales is inherently kind of suspect. But now that information asymmetry that defined the relationship has changed its information parody and so It's moving us to the high road information parody. Oh, yeah, Just pick up your smartphone during the sales pitch. You've been listening to a 2013 technician interview with Daniel Pink about his book to sell is human. A prolific author Daniel's latest book. Is when the scientific secrets of perfect timing I'm lawyer again. This is five minutes five minutes is produced at the studios of KQED FM in San Francisco. Five minutes is a production of technician media. I'm Paul Land cord. From San Francisco. I'm lawyer again and this is technician. Today on technician Remember that we journalists always ask. What did you know? When did you know it? And what did you do when you found out with respect to the cove? It 19 pandemic technician, listeners can answer the first two questions easily. Here was 2012 and David Commons interview with spillover animal infections and the next human pandemic, then in biotech Blood test to diagnose lung cancer, not a stage four when most lung cancers are diagnosed, But much earlier we hear from Chris Hibbert, the CEO of Nuclear IX, about this same approach to bladder cancer and 12, other cancers that they've targeted technician has underwritten in part by mind, Kay Global software development force in a world where every business can be global on the Web at mind k dot com.

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"technician" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"technician" Discussed on WTOP

"Home of the five star technician. 10 18 factory to and the traffic center here in the district Watch for work zone delays along to 95 1st I to 95 North bound, seeing the slow down toward Malcolm X Avenue where you should lose. Elaine, Also South found easy to 95 heavy from Burrows making your way past East Capitol Street wasters were reporting some sort of works on there, but not quite sure what Lane is blocked. Also, it is going to be a tough trip. If you're trying to work your way around downtown all of the clothes. Was remain in place throughout the area off the mall, the White House, the Capitol Capitol hill, anything around that area, You're going to find a lot of redirection in a tough trip getting down there, and this is going to be through the day of the inauguration. What we do have right now are major delays. See? They're getting on the lower 14th street or trying to make your way into the North bound Third Street tunnel. If you're in the tunnel that U S Senate D Street ramp remains blocked. Also the ramps from the freeway to the 12 Street tolerable. Lots of North bound tunnel itself block completely between the freeway and Constitution Avenue. We have a portion of independence close a portion of Constitution closed a lot of numbered streets along that way, are closed as well. You can find a full list on w t o p dot com Now in Maryland on to 70 work zones, causing an issue again, South bound, slow out of her Bana headed past 109 toward the way station. This is going to be a work, son that yesterday only had a single lane getting by. So expect that to be the way today, Then if you're near 28, you'll lose the right lane. The main lanes in the left lane of the local lanes with the work in Virginia North about 95 delays trying to get into Quantico near the Quantico exit the left lane blocked with the crash. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p. Traffic. Let's go live down a storm Team four's Lauren Ricketts, the W T o P four day forecast a little warmer today, huh? Just a degree or two. Yesterday we made it up to.

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