19 Burst results for "Tom Simons"

"tom simons" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"tom simons" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So Jim cue that up for me It's cut 6 This is I think is south by Southwest if I'm correct right Jim And there's a cryptocurrency panel and this guy Tom simons on talking about digital currencies and how you may not be able to own anything in the future Everything's going to be rented or temporary even your own phone and the government and all these people will be able to look in on you and digitally surveil you I don't know how comfortable I am and then who profits off that by the way Here check this out We are moving into a world though as presented by the World Economic Forum of you will own nothing and be happy and Central Bank digital currencies and digital IDs lead on to things like universal basic income And the idea that you will not have control over your money you will have an allowance of money and it will be trackable and traceable and you might not own your home because BlackRock are going to buy them all You won't own your car because you're rent it at Apple are bringing out a subscription model for phones So you won't own your phone anymore Yeah I don't know about that folks I'm really not into a universal basic income and an allowance from the government I don't know about you but Jim that doesn't sound like the future I'd be looking forward to Now you have to ask yourself who would profit from this type Because the government couldn't even run an ObamaCare website so how would the government manage a thing like a digital ID Digital driver's licenses digital currencies How would they do that Well they'll do what they always do They'll outsource it to the big government left big tech tyrants out there who will profit handsomely from your tax dollars while simultaneously attacking you and conservative principles they'll outsource it to Google and to Amazon and to fake book and others And they'll have a comprehensive picture of your life where you spend your money and they'll give you your allowance Yeah I don't think I'm good with that And now do you understand why a lot of these left leaning companies even though they're alienating probably more than 50% of America with their far left radical woke nonsense Now do you understand why they do it Because there's money in it folks Catering to the woke left and the woke left push for digital surveillance going forward in the future digital passports digital ID cards.

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"tom simons" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"tom simons" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Risk. It went. It was there, and it just disappeared. Throughout that is 7 for Dan and Harry skelton. And two trainers that we just will just skip them, shall we? And Tom simons has got Morocco de vasi with income and booked for the ride. I think shall we have one more is going to be very, very hard to be here. Yeah, I'm not sure I want to be piling in some of the price, but there's nothing else that hugely appeals. He's a horse who has got plenty of talent, he was too keen under restraints. At ask and sound diner and his first two starts this season, but still showed useful form. He was forced from the toll was, but he was held up off the pierce there. Rather fought Jamie Moore and didn't give his true running as a result, but was far from disgraced. They then decided maybe the best thing to do with this king going horse as with goshen, by the way, is let him do his own thing. And when you find that thing goes like potion, like shall we have one more have a tendency to be a lot less gassy once you allow them to stride on. So horses who are keen tend to be less so given their head. Some of them are more so, you know, and they could be frightening lunatics. But that's those are different kind of horses altogether. But yeah, Xiaomi have a more subtle really well. And that race is over a long way from them. It was hugely on competitive, it was under 49 that day, which gives you an idea of how weak it was for a Saturday, not as heard of the sound line. I think it was televised as well. It was. By 20 lengths, there wasn't much in the race to be perfectly honest. The only one is run since Arthur's seat has been at this pointing. So you kind of look at that run and go, well actually, he didn't achieve an awful lot more. In winning that easily, they had last time. But he gives the impression that he could have done a lot more. He was asked. I don't like punting horses on the basis that they give the impression they might have done better. Especially when you're getting really short on. But he was a, he was an easy winner as bumper here. Last season. So kempton said some really well. And he showed that the thing that was holding him back over hurdles was his tendency to pull hard. He showed that if he can go on, then he's less likely to pull his head. So it may well be that that's simply the answer. That he will go on again. But in terms of what is actually achieved, he doesn't do my best of these. So it's hard to back him at a really short price. And that makes it difficult. Is sale or ICO hi, everyone I call him, was a 17 length winner of a similarly modest hurdle here over course and distance at the Camden Christmas meeting. But the Nichols runner actually did that in a really good time. He put April time for Saturday earlier on. And then Brian frost a lie to him to stride on and when he was led Australia. He settled better on the ends up winning winning with penny despair. But it was disappointing in the triumphal trial at Chapman on his next start. This is a lot easier. He gets the four year olds get a handy we had alliance still this time of the year, which is a tends to be a big advantage for sort of February onwards. And if he buys his batch platform, he's got a decent chance. I get the impression that Nick was thinking he's fundamentally an embryonic Chester who needs to learn how to race. So he might, you know, this might be an educational run. But at the same time, you know, he's produced a performance on the figures that gives him the beating of shall we have one more, so it wouldn't be a massive surprise if he points back to that form. I wouldn't, I wouldn't want to back him at the price he should be based on the ratings. I think that's probably a little bit shaky, but at the same time I think at the early prices he's probably overpriced. Yeah, that's a surprisingly big price given that TPA is top rated by time, but he's written 9 point ahead of shall we have one more time for him to ratings. But obviously he didn't run to the same level last time either, but that was against pied piper. In what Denis Oregon. New member of the team, I'm very proud to say, described as a bizarre race that he doesn't really trust in terms of form and just in the way that the race was run. Yeah, certainly a fair number of those. They didn't seem to go. They didn't go very fast, but the horses who were on the front end all struggled. In the last few stages, I mean, the pace was set by a branch outsider. And you'd have thought that those sitting hands and they would have been well positioned, but they tended not to run the race. And the first and second came from way off the back. But point paper one of us was absolutely tons of his state. But anyway, that's ICO didn't run his race. He went up the inside. It wasn't the place to go anywhere on that occasion. And that was at the time when the nickel sources started running moderately. Yeah. I don't think it was massively concerned at the time. I did this with someone who said they heard that what the what the nickel's reaction after that was, which was just.

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"tom simons" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

09:00 min | 6 months ago

"tom simons" Discussed on ESPN FC

"It's a boy like that. I'm just saying. I'm here tomorrow. Yeah, it's you. Mars is not my weekend, but I'm not going it. You're going. You're leaving us for a week. Maybe? Yes. Why have you gone on shy and stuff? Right. If you want to talk about it, that's fine. I don't want to talk about it. That's fine. Don't want to talk about his garage that he's coming along very nicely. Exactly. There is look I've had some little shirts put on the wall over there. Oh, nice and dandy. Lovely. And then just a little shirt up there. Very nice. Camera. And what's the champagne? Is that from a man of the match for a while ago? Is it? I don't want to talk about it Dan, but just a few Manama match awards that I've collected over the years, you know, quite a few. Champagne house and not drink it, Don. It's probably gone off. It's like 20 years old. I didn't do it. I didn't sound great, is it? Not as many champagne bottles behind alley. No, not as many people. 20 years old at all. I'll have you know I'll have you know that the ones over home. Let me see over this shoulder over here that you can not see. Those are plaques that actually manually match plaque. So I don't need the champagne, Dan. We need to see that. I could do it. I could say the over there. Yeah. Yes. Do you want me to get it? Yes. Is that right? Here we go. Oh, this is taking a long time. There we go. Oh, one of the pants there. Oh no. Here we go. Oh. What just one? What's that say? Go over the year. Goal of the year. Is that 2007? I heard that. It was a beautiful spot. This is a good one. The hardest working men. Yes sir. That is bite is going to walk right into the water. You just getting a piece of glass on a sharpie. Exactly. Man of the match, 2003. What? What was that? Bad man. I'm gonna tell you that much. Wow. Getting this may something say you pee, tally. That's free. For DOM, do you think you'll make Frank and get a two now Delhi? What is the strategy behind signing two players completely out of favor at the previous clubs? Because they're talented players Dan and I think you can get a tuna of I would be stunned if Donny van der beek doesn't go into Everton and not score goals. He will guarantee you he will score goals because Frank has got an arm random, it'll get him back to top form. We've all got egos, egos like to be masks are still playing in the right position. He'll give him minutes, he'll give him 90 minutes you'll play him every single game. Delhi's a little bit more of a tricky one because, you know, I think it's all down a deli this one, I think he can't keep going through the amount of managers like pochettino, like Nuno, like Joe's now like Conte and keep blaming the managers. I think Delhi's got a look in the mirror. Well hopefully, out of London, up onto Merseyside, playing forever and playing football. But I think it might be a little bit too much trim at times. It gets to us all Tom simons London. So away from the bright lights of London, get up to me as you sign in concentrate on your football. What did London do to you? I think that was fun. You okay? I was very fine. Thank you very much. Yep. I'm doing this time. I don't understand the last part of that question, was this strategy behind? Who has this supposed society to bring up? It's just a question. So holiday. You need the holidays. Exactly. Donna, how are you in London? You should ask me about dun in London. How it's done in the last London. I'm good now Dan, I wasn't good when I was young. The bright lights in London got me. Really? Yeah. Why are they dragged? They drag you in London drugs you in. Is that when you got those terrible tattoos? Yes, got the strawberry tattoo. London's got London's got away of dragging you in. The bright lights around. You can take your eye off the ball. Wow. It's very similar to Bristol Connecticut. The bright lights come on, you get a strawberry tattoo. After you do any lights, come on. That's it. I kinda do what this does. With a couple of games left in, it was Columbus similar, Abby. Bright lights of color. The bright lights of Columbus don't reach out to. You know what I find amazing is how Shaka even though the lights were bright, how sac a manages to stay under the radar. He is the best stealth fighter in this in this whole group. He can disappear with the best of them. I'm gonna tell you that much about Shaka. Yeah, those invisible lights. Don't stick English to Christmas party, though, Shaq, you never missed a Christmas party in London. No, I know. This is the next question. Even if he was invited. Jack is at the Chelsea secret. It's 8 a.m.. How much does team tactics? Sorry. Allie, with a couple of games left in the kombu will cut qualifying matches, which team would be the biggest disappointment if they weren't to get to the top four. Well, the 15 will still have an opportunity to go through the playoffs. So we're going to say by the ones that are actually not going to the World Cup and it would have to be Colombia. They were comfortably in a few matches ago, and then, well, they simply stopped scoring. It's difficult to win games with you to score goals. And they are now 7 games in a rowing, which they haven't scored a goal. We've already talked about this. And Colombia with the talent level that they have available for that team, it's hard to see that team not qualifying by men. It's also just as hard to see a team lacking confidence in the way that they are. A team that is technically so gifted, can not even complete a couple of passes, and in front of goal, they are a nightmare. I can relate, but they're a nightmare. Listen to this shot. Ready? How much does team tactics formation affect a player's performance? Standing question, there's more. Last week, Don said he could play anywhere and still score from the halfway line. But good players like Delhi and dombey and LaSalle so all performed terribly under more defensive managers at spurs. Is Don just a real goat. Well, Matthew sib in there because I said I could play most positions Dan. I never said I could play most positions and still score from the halfway line. He's added something on there that I would never ever say. You know, I was saying, what I was saying was Dan, if you've got a high level or no, because that sounds arrogant. If you've got a level, if you've got a football brain, I think you can pick up most presumptions on the pitch. Wow, I don't know what Matthew Cameron's ever done to you. He was just having a little bit. It's a fair question, but he's trying to chuck in that. It's a good place. Any position and still score. That's not fair. All right, don't worry. It's almost as though he's offended that he said he scored from the half life. Like, I can't go from the half light in every single position. He's never scored for the halfway. It's clean. It's just a general tomb for scoring Gould from any point on the park. How do players cope with contrasting coaching philosophies like Rodri and Simeone and pep Shaka? Did you make or cancel a move because the playing style? Remove. Yeah, I'm a goalie. Question is what does that answer the question, yeah? You don't be a court my name. Oh yes, 'cause I wanted to get you involved. I don't want to be invited. Fine. If you're hosting go that high show is spicy. This is a spicy show tonight..

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"tom simons" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Exchanges felix. Gray glasses dot com slash wired. All right mr. Tom simon. I you are the guest this so you get to go first. What's your recommendation. Thank you for the owner mike. My recommendation is a novel called. No one is talking about this by patricia. Lockwood who is a poet and also one of the funniest people on twitter. And i guess kind of annoying talented. 'cause she's a great novel The main character is she's an internet influence. I guess but in the book She doesn't use twitter or anything. You recognize everyone's on something called the portal. She online famous for posting a question that went viral canada dog be twins and the book. The book follows her as she wrestles with ups and downs and paradoxes anxieties of life online. Which i in a very relatable way in a way that sort of captured some of the essence of the internet in a way that. I haven't read a little litter. The mystery show that does it and the book also sort of is what happens when a very flying family crisis comes along and she has to deal with that while also maintaining her internet existence. It's pretty good rate It's like a it's like a plot ripped from today's non headlines from today's calendar events. It sounds like a plot ripped from a taylor. Lawrence story in the new york times. Sounds really wonderful though. It's very reliable and actually touches on it touches on on a couple of points. The the problem you identified and you'll excellent recent feature lauren. The problem is not so chummy known as the miscarriage problem at tech companies where they do thing like. Hey remember this post. Remember this photo and may not be something that you actually wanted to remember. That comes up. A couple of times adds to the realness. Nice the name of the book one more time. No one is talking about this guy. Patricia lockwood lauren. What's your recommendation. My recommendation is also a book by a woman writer. It's called girlhood and it's by melissa feebis who is a wonderful writer. This is not her first book It's a collection of essays. It's basically about this social conditioning. That starts to sort of effect women when they're girls and how. It changes the way that girls perceive themselves and how they're sort of conditioned to believe that they're supposed to act in certain society and how it just affects our whole experience growing up and melissa herself. It just seems like such an interesting person. She super interesting background She at one point was a heroin addict. She is a now recovered. She was a dominatrix in new york. City She did all of this before she got her. Mfa and became a writer. She wrote another book at one. Point called abandoned me which is about loss and abandonment Also incredibly emotional. It's a collection of short pieces. Right it is a collection of essays. But i'm already just really immersed in it and it's it's really really powerful and she such a powerful writer that i i highly recommend checking it out nice mike. What's your recommendation. This week weird. It's not a book we could. You could attack tack on last minute. No no i got one all picked out. Okay everything i do. I do extensive research and decision making before they make recommendations of the show. I know it doesn't seem that way. But that is actually what happens okay. So what's your recommendation. okay i want to recommend an album It's i don't do this very often but it's of music. I want to recommend the new album by the brazilian artist. Save you that. C. e. u. she's brazilian. She sings in portuguese sometimes in english but mostly in portuguese. The new album is called a pico. And it's the portuguese spelling of that. So it's like a c. u. s. t. i. Ico it's an album. That's all acoustic versions of her songs. So it's kind of like a greatest hits album. She's got six or seven albums at this point in her career and she goes back and sing some of her most beloved songs but she does it with just her voice and an acoustic guitar It's a pandemic album. Normally she records the full band She has these really intricate arrangements. That makes electric sounds and live band. sounds and that's what you would normally expect from an artist like say you but this album is just her voice and a guitar and it's fantastic. It's like a a redesignation of everything that she's done at this point in her career I'm recommending it. Because she's an amazing singer. An amazing songwriter. A really great gift for like pop melodies also like touches of of on guard throughout her music. but she's not really well known elsewhere in the world. You know like she has maybe one hundred thousand streams or or ten thousand streams on spotify for most of retune. so she's not like a superstar but She's absolutely fantastic. And not enough. English speaking people know about her and know about brazilian music in general so she sort of great serve path into what's going on in modern day brazilian pop world so that's my recommendation acoustic echo by the brazilian artist. Cu that sounds good. Can you Some of it for us. I could but i'm not going to adding the summer playlist. All right well thank you off your recommendations. Those were great and of course tom thanks for joining us and telling us about a in healthcare is family and thank you listening. If you have feedback you can find all of us on twitter. Just check the show notes. This show is produced by boone ashworth. We will be off next week. Because of the fourth of july holiday it is inconveniently right in the middle of a long weekend. So we're going to take that time to clean up our studio. Tom sitting in now disinfected once again and then move in and hopefully at some point july..

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"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Welcome back. This is Tom Simon, owner of West Gate Properties. And we're here with John Kruger of associate discussing community manager license shirt. We're about to hear a pre recorded segment from Vince Marciano. He is with a DV insurance against began his insurance journey in 2009, but had 20 years of risk management experience prior to opening his agency, a DV insurance About the agency has changed in In name throughout its time in New Mexico. The mission has always been the same through our hosting the clients to establish relationships that allow the agency that shot policies that appropriately protect assets. Provide peace of mind on any given weekend. You confined Vince cooking Sunday dinner with his wife or fly fishing, which is where he is this weekend. Invest the pre records so Without further ado, Let's hear rivets, Marciano has to say. About this topic. Tom. Thank you so much for having me on the show this morning. Happy Memorial Day to everyone is Well, um, And thanks for bringing up this topic as we typically receive it often in our office in another. Presentations that we provide throughout the state. And that are there benefits to certifications, licensing so on and so forth. And what we typically answer. It is This way. The rule of the property manager is essentially to assist Working in coordination with the board of directors who remain in control and make all the final decisions. But more often not. The board members lack the background and expertise to effectively carry out some of their duties. One of the advantages of professional association management is gaining access. To a wealth of knowledge and expertise that the property management company provides. This property manager will have the training and the expertise to not only handle the day to day duties. It also solved problems before they occur, and that's what's most important. Does this insures that communities protected? Both the long and short terms. Additionally, it alleviates much of the pressure from the board of board of directors and having to make decisions on their own..

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"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"The West Gate Property show with Tom Simon and Bonnie Davis. You're on KCRC San, a Vase news DOC leader. Master and certified green builder Kevin Skelly brings over 30 years of industry experience transforming home visions into reality. He has perfected a business strategy that concentrates on customer service quality products and upholding integrity with every client and building project for information about Kevin's. Kelly's home construction services. Call him at 5055777909. That's 5055777909 or visit km. Skelly dot com. That's Kay Em asked e l l y dot com The team at West Gate Properties. The Santa Fe based Community Association management company brings highly responsive services to homeowners and condominium associations in northern New Mexico for information about their services called West Gate Properties at Fargo, 59953134. That's 5059953134 or visit him at west kpm dot com. That's west kpm dot com was gay properties is building strong communities in Saturday, one door at a time. Hi, I'm Chandler Pruitt, my interior design team, and I would love to create a luxurious home just for you and your lifestyle from the very start of your remodel or custom home build through the very last artistic detail. We wanna work with you to create that beautiful home. You always dreamed of a Chandler Prue design. We work with only the best talents. Santa Fe. Our designs are creative and yet timeless. To learn more about our services. Give us a call at 5056031948. Our portfolio can be found. Chandler pruett dot com. Dietary post of Sotheby's International Realty and host of the all Things real Estate radio show. If you're looking for a totally unique way to showcase your business or nonprofit organization, why not host a remote broadcast of all things real estate to learn more about this proven technique for gaining consumer attention, please call me Ray Post at 505989 89 100. That's 505989 89 100 or go to my website. All things real estate radio dot com. Back to the West Gate Property show with your host body Davis and Tom Simon. Here on Katie RC Santa Fes news uglier. And welcome back to all things..

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We'll be right back to the West Gate Property show with Tom Simon and Bonnie Davis. You're on KCRC San, a Vase news DOC leader. Yeah. Master and certified green builder Kevin Skelly brings over 30 years of industry experience transforming home visions into reality. He has perfected a business strategy that concentrates on customer service quality products and upholding integrity with every client and building project. For information about Kevin Scalise home construction services. Call him at 5055777909. That's 5055777909 or visit Km. Skelly dot com. That's Kay Em asked e l l y dot com The team. West Gate Properties. The Santa Fe based Community Association management company brings highly responsive services to homeowners and condominium associations and northern New Mexico for information about their services called West Gate Properties at 5059953134. That's 5059953134. Or visit him at west kpm dot com. That's west kpm dot com was gay properties his building strong communities in Santa Fe one door at a time the Gateway mortgage Group in MLS. 7233 is one of the nation's largest privately held mortgage companies. As an equal housing lender. Gateway offers home buyers with local caring mortgage professionals. Made it to their clients, their families, their homes and their communities for information about their services, called the Gateway Mortgage Group at 5054280331 that's 5054280331 or visit them at Gateway. Mortgage Santa, Say calm. That's Gateway Mortgage Santa fe dot com. Hi. I'm Chandler Pruitt, my interior design team and I would love to create a luxurious home just for you and your lifestyle from the very start of your remodel or custom home build through the very last artistic detail. We wanna work with you to create that beautiful home. You always dreamed of a Chandler Prue design. We work with only the best talents of Santa Fe. Our designs are creative and yet timeless to learn more about our services. Give us a call at 5056031948. Our portfolio can be found at Chandler pruett dot com. Right back to the West Gate Property show with Tom signing a foul back to the West Gate Property show with your host body Davis and Tom Simon. Here on Katie RC Santa Fes News are.

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"The West Gate properly show Tom Simon and Body Davis RC sent a vase was dark leader. Master and certified green builder Kevin Skelly brings over 30 years of industry experience transforming home visions into reality. He has perfected a business strategy that concentrates on customer service quality products and upholding integrity with every client and building project for information about Kevin's. Kelly's home construction services. Call him at 5055777909. That's 5055777909 for visit. Cam skelly dot com. That's K m s k e l l y dot com Chandler Pruitt, my interior design team, and I would love to create a luxurious home just for you and your lifestyle from the very start of your remodel or custom home build through the very last artistic detail. We want to work with you to create that beautiful home. You always dreamed of a Chandler proof design. We work with only the best talents of Santa Fe. Our designs are creative and yet timeless to learn more about our services. Give us a call at 50560319 for a our portfolio can be found a Chandler Pruit dot com. Lucky Dog. Hi Fi in technology solutions, customizes homes for audio Avie, home automation, networking and home lighting. They understand how architectural design engineering acoustics and technology can all work together to craft a certain outcomes for information about their services called Lucky Dog. Hi Fi technology Solutions at 88 65458 to 5 that's 88 65458 to 5 or visit them at Lucky Dog hi fi dot com. That's lucky dog. Oh hi fi dot com. The team at West Gate Properties. The Senate Faith based Community Association management company, brings highly responsive services to homeowners and condominium association's in northern New Mexico for information about their services called West Gate Properties at 5059953134. That's 5059953134 or visit them at West Gate pm dot com. That's west kpm dot com. West Gay Properties is building strong communities in Santa Fe one door at a time. Foul back to the West Gate Property show with your host body Davis and Tom Simon here on IRC Santa Face news earlier. I'm unknown Irv West Cape Properties, and we're here with Vince Marciano with a TV insurance and Lynn Krupp Nick with.

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Of the second hour of all things real estate. I'm Tom Simon, owner of Whiskey Properties filling in for Bonnie Davis. She's on maternity leave unjust, gave birth to a healthy baby girl. Congratulations, Bonnie on behalf of myself and all of us at West Gate. I want to thank our listeners and members of the more than 60 communities that we managed in Santa Fe and North. For the privilege of serving your communities during these challenging times. I have the special privilege today of having a colleague in the business. John Kruger with me for the hour. John manages government affairs for associate across the U. S. And in Canada. Associate A is probably the largest community association management firm in the US, it's not the world. And although they are a competitors in our local market in Santa Fe, sometimes we just need to work together to get things done. We did that in 2000 Hate tonight. 2018 and 19. Regarding changes to the way they act and we'll be doing that here for the next hour. John's career spans more than 30 years, serving in leadership roles and government and public affairs. He has led numerous successful efforts and legislate legislative and regulatory advocacy. Policy research and development media relations in nonprofit management. John is a native of Wisconsin but is currently a resident of McKinney, Texas. So ah Corona virus or covert 19 has required many changes and how we do business. In New Mexico Governor Luhan Grisham issued executive order. 2020-24, which requires that communities hold virtual meetings. Using audiovisual means some call this the new normal. I've heard it called the temporary normal. Or it might just become the permanent normal, which is a team of today's program. Permanent change. John will help us understand what executive orders or changes in the laws are occurring in other parts of the country. And in Canada that we might learn from here in New Mexico and possibly make permanent if we can get our legislators to agree. So, John, Welcome to all things real estate. Thank you, Tom. So happy to be here. Great. Take. Take me on a tour if you will. The U. S and Canada of your world and tell me how community associations air adjusting to current circumstances, particularly this time of year. When many are having their annual meetings. Well, that's a that's a big topic common and I appreciate it even that up. And as you know, you know, my my job is To monitor legislative and regulatory Decisions that impact our industry as you mentioned through all 50 states and then three provinces in Canada, where associate operates and And I'll tell you I think we're all just like we're all still learning this as a business. I think governments are still learning on how to adjust to this. As you saw in New Mexico. Mexico's not like unlike other states, where you've seen a When the pandemic hit. You saw executive orders being made. You've seen local ordinances going effect. That impact your housing and In some ways. You are industry directly. I'm not going to go state by state, but I kind of look a Zai look at these issues and continued to review you know that there's been a few themes. One is you know how How do we deal with those that have lost their jobs and can't afford rent? Can't afford their more mortgage. So we saw most states react quickly to, you know, creating eviction bands where You know, people who couldn't afford the rent couldn't be evicted. Now what we've seen in some of those in some of the state's, um and I would say it is about, you know, at least 20 to 25. That that took specific action some of those air expiring, But as you may know, the CDC recent recently, I think three weeks ago put in a nationwide ban of evictions that expires at the end of the year. So you've had that affect the housing market. When it comes to foreclosures there again, you had probably, you know, least 20 States and act either. Through there through the courts or through executive orders or local ordinances, bans on bank foreclosures for those people that couldn't can't afford their mortgage. In the age of way world There were a handful of states that extended it to, um you're not been able to pay its assessment. You had those that couldn't be Foreclosed for non plate. Nonpayment of Assessments. And then that kind of a third area we've seen impacting the housing market is rulings on short term Reynolds. You know because of health concerns. Because of you and the spread of the virus we saw about 10 to 12 states. Inapt, um, either ordinances or rulings on banning short term rentals in their community again to try to tryto reduce the transient nature of people coming in and out of their communities. Three states Have enacted a statewide band. You know, New Mexico is not one of those so again that that's kind of, you know, housing related issues with what we've seen across the country. You've raised a great point on Um, meetings whether annual meeting board meetings or meetings of the association, and that's one where I don't think. There's been quite much may be action taken in that regard. I know Ontario head. Uh, they, the government Basically that, you know, not all states require annual meetings as you know. We were one of the changes we made in what Without 2018 and the joy we acted in Mexico was to require at least an annual meeting every searching months. Oh, you've seen some states kind of push those deadlines out. Hoping you know that some of the social distancing goes away. But we're seeing that that's just not the case. It's still driving on. And so there's kind of a question of Our associations have to, you know, meet. How are they going to comply with either requirements of their own governing documents or state laws requiring these meetings and if there's elections to be held? How do you do Write that remotely? Here again. I've seen some regulatory rulings, either Governor's office or there's a regulator in that state of the industry that gives some guidance. But I think that You know, as I look kind of Sessions start going back in, you know, in January. I think that's one area. Our industry is really interested in providing some clarity in the law because You know whether it's this pandemic or if there's other natural disasters, there should be a provision for for safety to allow Virtual meetings. Electronic voting, and that's just unclear area in most states right now, so I could go on. But that's kind of That's kind of the overview that on these issue will thank you. Thank you for that survey. I know one of the things that I would like to see the like to talk to our legislators about is making. The audio visual or virtual H away, Ownersmeeting. Something of an option for communities to choose because Oh, the governors of Executive order actually says. Something along the lines of They should meet virtually April May and June. It doesn't say about July August Temp Rock, Tober, November and December. I sought legal counsel on that and was told that no it it continues until two revoked. But there's Of the language of these executive orders or not always crystal clear and don't always apply precisely to the situation we're trying to address so I'd love to see Some legislative action on that in the January February Session in New Mexico. What do you think That's a good? Well, That's a great point. I mean, Tom, you know, I've had the pleasure of working together. You know, when it comes to our industry, I prefer more hands off of deferment. So I I always look to you know the way are these associations are set up with their code covenants restrictions or governing documents, thereby Woz. That's how the community run. My first instinct is to I'd love to see communities amend their documents to allow for this when when the law is either silent on it or is permissive. But the reality is we know it's very, very difficult and time consuming to get documents amended. And so in this case,.

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"tom simons" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"tom simons" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"When they go off on deployments, they have the right to come back and get their job back. That's really a basic tenet of what you do is the AH chair of str That is correct. In new Serra is the guiding force that we follow. It is a It is a law that was Out of the 19 seventies, where The guard and reserve were The strategic units out there and Kids were coming back from deployment from their training and they didn't have that protection they would lose their job because they were serving their country. And in 1990 for the qualified it so that there was protections but its protections on both sides of the fence. There are requirements that the companies must follow. And deployments and making sure that the jobs are there. But there's also requirements for the service members that they must follow. They can't take advantage of the law and say, Hey, we're going to be I'm going to drill and not really go. And take advantage of their employers. So our organization is there to help both sides understand that law and follow the law because it isn't so important. That our employers out there recognized the value that the service members bring to the table. And that value then comes with other individuals. So we're hoping these companies will then hire other Garden reserve members into their force. To just make their company's even better. Very good, sir. Colonel, we just got about a minute left. I know that you've got a wonderful relationship with all of the employers across the state of Minnesota. Did you want to speak to that for a moment before we're finished? I can't tell you how great I feel about the employers within Minnesota from the employer that I worked with for 34 years and how they supported and also the employers that I see. Through this organization of employers support of the Garden Reserve. We are blessed in Minnesota with a strong The port of our reserve community leadership. Eh? I don't get it Is we all serve? It's a violin that we use and employer support of the guy had reserved That we all do, sir, because as soon as the service member goals off in serves his country, somebody back at home is either taking care of those. George around now, or around the work table at the employer and so I can't stress enough the importance that the employers play and the defense of our country. Colonel, Sergeant Major. I'd like, Thank you both for joining us today on most soldier, military radio. Thank you. That was Tom Simon that chair of the employers, support of the Garden Reserve and baboon Theist Airbus live coordinator on Minnesota Military radio. Joining me now is the senior enlisted leader is the Minnesota Air National Guard Command. Sergeant. Major Brian Supper, sir. Major Welcome back to Minnesota Military radio. Tommy. Thanks for having me. Sergeant major. We've had a season of change. It seems the last few weeks or a month, our engine in general, Major General John Jensen took a position at Guard bureau and got promoted to three star lieutenant general. It's just this Monday. That is quite an opportunity for him and says something big about how AH, the Guard bureau thought of Minnesota's agin in general the last few years. Well, that's just what the whole state has been able to do both on the army and air side, you know, just phenomenal something you say it like an embarrassment of riches. Ah, ah, well. Minnesota represents. The Army National Guard International guard nationally, you know internationally. Answer. Assume as he moved on, is Agin in general became the 22nd director of the Guard bureau..

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"tom simons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Shortage of some of the materials that go into that so we really need help anybody the FDA's watching this would really take our take our capacity up literally jumped over night Ohio saw a record one that day increase in cases yesterday the health department reporting over thirteen hundred nu kopen nineteen cases Sunday bringing the state's total up to over eleven thousand him to county leaders now giving their daily update on covert nineteen let's take a live now to commission president Denise Driehaus those who have tested positive in Hamilton County that number is seven eighteen those who have been hospitalized is a hundred and sixty seven and we have lost thirty three people in Hamilton County to code nineteen the delta is there from Friday until today for those hospital positive it is one of three hospitalized is twenty and the death count to over the weekend was for we do have a the number of individuals that have recovered and that number is a hundred and thirty four so as you may have heard there is work going on by governor DeWine to slowly lift restrictions in the state's this is good news we can't be lulled into a false sense of security our neighbors are still contracting the virus they are still being hospitalized in tragically they continue to succumb succumb to this terrible disease so what does that mean it means we need to stay home we must continue to wash our hands frequently and before we consider going out we need always to ask ourselves is it worth the risk to ourselves and others so we are getting there but we're not there yet and I is always wanna thank everyone in the community for doing what you need to do doing your part to make sure that this community stays as safe as possible we're doing pretty well in Hamilton County it's all relative I mean we've lost people and that's tragic but comparatively we are we're doing okay and we stepped up to the challenge I want to talk very quickly about what's happening at the federal level so all weekends we were in contact with our federal delegation about federal legislation that is rolling through right now they were working on it over the weekend I expect a vote will happen within the next couple of days and that vote is related to federal funding for Kobe to response if if you remember we did get some dollars to Hamilton County because with our population is over five hundred thousand but that money is very restricted and can be only used for very specific things related to covet response so it cannot be used for any of the revenue reductions that we are seeing in some of the things that we have had to do internally by way of furloughs and restricted funds and those kinds of things the other thing we were hoping to do with those dollars is sub grants out to some of our local jurisdictions because they too are responding to cover nineteen whether it's the city Cincinnati or deer park golf manor green township we all have challenges and expenses related to code nineteen and so we were hoping and we still are hoping that we can get some flexibility with those dollars so that we can help internally but also help as we look around throughout Hamilton County to see where those needs are so it's a work in progress we were lobbying like crazy over the weekend asking our delegation it to pay attention to this they're all aware of of course of what's happening in so we have it we got a number of county officials to make those calls to send text messages I'm to the point where I think the federal delegation was like all right all right we get it but but we you know we're we're just trying to make sure that we get some flexibility with those dollars that are coming our way or new dollars but either or we just need some flexibility so also the numbers are starting to roll in related to what the county is doing internally whether it's the courts or the prosecutor or the clerk of courts or the recorder's office we're starting to see those strategies remember each of the strategies are individualized to that department whether it's an internal department under the board or it's a department that's led by an elected official we're starting to see those strategies in those numbers Roland I will have more on that on Wednesday I will have it literally a printout with what has happened so far and also the interplay with what's happening at the federal level so more to come on both of those fronts so we've got a couple speakers today it's Tom and Tom not yet hold on but I don't I'm very excited to have these guys here because they are experts in the field when it comes to addiction and law enforcement and how those two things relate to one another but before we get to Tom and Tom I want to just start with not a good news story but a great news story it was a county resident Emily Erdman didn't want all the uncertainty around covered nineteen to push off her voice adoption date she was ready to become there forever mom and didn't want to delay so she and the boys finalized their adoption virtually via zoom with probate court judge Ralph Winkler the court has finalized adoptions via Skype a few times including one an adoptive family lived in Hawaii and when adoptive families include a military person he was deployed but this was the first to for judge Winkler in the first in the time of coronavirus and I know you've got a photo of the boys up on the screen very very adorable so Emily was concerned about a long delay for the adoption she said I just didn't know how long it might be before the court would open again she is now home on adoption leave from her job as an occupational therapy assistant so they offered this option she said it's a good opportunity for me to be home with my kids and keep us all safe has injure him you're on your screen officially became admins last Tuesday has will be six in may he's in kindergarten and loves his first try at playing on a basketball team this winter T. he was birthday is also coming soon and he'll be for later on this month it's sometimes difficult to imagine life beyond the virus but a story like this renews our hope and shows that we are not stuck in time that life continues and sometimes life's most precious moments come during the most challenging times we wish the very best for the admins as they come together as a family all right so I just wanted to share a great news story this morning so with that we're going to move on to our speakers today we're gonna hear from Newtown police chief Tom Simon who also serves as the interdiction chair of the Hamilton County addiction response coalition Tom will be discussing the illegal drug supply and overdoses in our community we're also gonna hear from commander Tom Fallon believes the county's heroin task force and a quick response team he will discuss how the quick response team is which is responding and adapting to work during the shutdown so without further ado Tom Simon good morning we want those with substance use disorder in families who worry about a loved one a loved one's addiction to know you have not been forgotten you're on the forefront of the minds of individuals agencies the coalition and the community during this unprecedented an uncertain time a cover nineteen every day we are discussing planning and implementing how we can stay ahead of the hurdles and.

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"tom simons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New England Patriots will sign thirty seven year old Mike Nugent as replacement for kicker Stephen Gostkowski is out the rest of the season with a hip injury news alas kicked in open in two thousand and eighteen as play for seventeen this career including the New York Jets who took him back in two thousand and five in the second round at Ohio state I'm Dan Forsman that your boomer again BC world sports update re shot thanks very much indeed for that and that we're going to be day looking at what's going on with the economy ahead of naturally this old important jobs report the but a lot of days out of the U. S. suggesting that things are getting a bit weaker we have for instance that I. S. M. many factory index would spook markets we've also got the eyes of known many pricing index will be asking Tom Simons is seen the economist at Jefferies about what he makes a whole the date at the moment and perhaps in some ways and perhaps will crucially how the federal reserve which is up to date too dependent these things this is Bloomberg. NASA managers use this is daybreak Asia is forty five minutes past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world here's Dan Schwartzman thanks Brian thanks Doug big game the way for your fully guess Chelsea dominate stone darkly a four nil as eighteen year old Gabrielle Martinelli scores a brace meanwhile Manchester United continues to struggle plane Dutch club AZ Alkmaar to a scoreless draw in the Hague the red devils have not won a road map for the last ten attends going oh six and four in all competitions other notable scores include will reign to getting past the sick this one nil Espanyol shutting out CSKA Moscow to nail a lot CO knocks of static when a two to one Chelsea single account is emerge as a target for Juventus as his former manager at Stamford bridge bridge here sorry as let his boss is no the county would help the touring club form the best midfield in Europe reports say Juventus believe safety of seventy million pounds might be enough to pry the France international from London good NFC matchup on Thursday night football NCL's at three one Seahawks are hosting the three in one Los Angeles rams actually division series getting underway as it went a Braves are hosting the Saint Louis cardinals at SunTrust park with Dallas Michael on the hill for the Braves against miles Nicholas in the second series the doctors are hosting the.

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"tom simons" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

12:52 min | 3 years ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"GEICO or reptile or chicken chicken or I'm yes sny cab comes into it. Yes yes what you're asking is very stories personal one Brendan. I'm it's the in the newspapers in Australia. There's been a little bit of story lately about some one of the people on Ice Goethe <hes> who's taken <hes> a taken it on himself to collect most of the sighting data for the last seventeen years for the pelagic expeditions that twitches Mike Out of the port so Sydney Ports Stevens and Longgang in New South Wales and of course if you have once a month about going from three poets out to the edge of the continental shelf with them h of the boats have about eighteen <hes> twitches but watches on board <hes> an ice it out they <hes> full <hes> you know four or five hours <hes> trying to and they aim at Arsenis myself so you know one the boats where Solomon has collected some of the doctor and so <hes> there's a huge amount of citizen science data that Tom Simon's collated <hes> and now <hes> <hes> there's some publications that a using that data to make assessments of changes in population unfortunately the evidence does point to a significant decline in the seventeen year period since two thousand and since two thousand <hes> and and it's very interesting that many of the species of dropped off precipitously in the sightings particularly <hes> wondering Albatross is one of the ones that <hes> we say foul as frequently but it's an excellent example personal example hole of <hes> of what <hes> <hes> people can contribute to <hes> and <hes> and provided you can get by without too. Many you know if you take seasickness tablets before you go ATAS been my experience that makes the trip much more enjoyable massage is much more valuable once you're out there yes and I'd assays a comment from him signed fifty percent of the time online on the Dick Because I'm tried to get in Stacey at certainly something that identified with it's one thing hype lous ways it doesn't take much for me to get safety of a- Milan la by Max I think even with even with the tablet side odd struggle with it's something that I'm looking at the fighter there of the of the citizen scientists as you as you cold the Mac on the bite in that story now I cannot on the particular vendor is the one that goes out of Karma and and it's it's it's much more seaworthy vessel in the one we go on now. I'm kidding. The is a one of wonderful fish. It's it's one of the fascinating things about these Brendan Ease <hes> that <hes> you the fest went out the massive like huge expanse that is the open ocean at the continental shelf about thirty kilometers off the coast. <hes> you wonder like how do they birds actually find you and it's very interesting. The most effective way of tracking buds to these boats is full them to lob a <hes> a rag. That's been soaked in <hes> maybe <hes> one under the fish oils and <hes> and it's only got about hot <hes> maybe fifty or one hundred mils of oil on the rag but that creates a giant slick that will run out for several hundred meters from the boat and the birds are. Attracted to the slick they always look for the different refraction tree patents of the surface of the water and it brings birds in for you know full well massive distance and numb and you do get to see quite surprising number and species. He's a number of species of birds when you're out on these boats provided you're not lying on the on the floor full slate of changing light over the Sleek Oregon <hes> payette come from so far away that I don't think can directly see the sleek but there's a difference in the quality of the light reflected off the sleek and it's amazing that you know with my dodgy Yoda as I can say the difference it's quite obvious <hes> and so for these birds with much more <hes> <hes> attenuated vision much most vision <hes> specific to look these sorts of things. It's it's amazing. How far failed by come to check out? What's the source on whether there's any food involved now now? Is it a similar process if you set at the beach with a with a hot smock and and and one say Gal is they and you give it one chip and then within five minutes is fifty sake. Elsa is very it's a very much like camping. I think they looking for the the sleek that arises from the fat in your chips and this sort of 'em dribbling Dan in your math is looking at here and the refraction they and then they're in. They're in for the chips yes so the trick is never to share a chip with with with icee Gatlin and the other thing is not to say the word seal amongst discovered amongst the Mozilla twitches <hes>. It's a pretty important thing to identify the beds accurately and there are no birds in the world who technically cold seagulls. Yes yes MAC. Let's come onto our first. Well mine topic. I think you should dumb late. This one might because you're better than me and my topic is referral cases of me hinted. This is the main topic. Previously I think in a previous podcast and we wanted to chat about Tom. The process of by SRI saving referral cases at and also sending referral cases and I'm sure you do by his I._D.. Mac In my prior to Saddam. I'm more than happy to send stuff to other vets who are much better tom things than I am. Mike and we'll talk through that whole process and some of the thoughts and tips about <hes> what we should be doing and patch what we shouldn't shouldn't be doing <hes> with with handing cases. So what do you do. What do you recommend to Ta- vets if they if they say look? I'm thinking about Todd I send your name elephant up and say I want to send ivory feral case. What's The Cape Cod? Should you stress dilemma to help the price a happy one for everybody. The content the referring vet and the vet who's had this isn't excellent topic Brennan can't eight covers so <hes> much area of practicing particularly. I think for many recent graduates who had you know they've for US older <hes> Collegians <hes> week we grew up in a time when they literally wasn't often anyone to send cases to and so <hes> we had clients who were much happier. I suppose <hes> that if we said all will give this ago. There's no one else that's going to do it. I'd be very tolerant. <hes> around the tomatoes and you graduate whiz these days I think the the general public heaven much <hes> well you know the Internet makes the most sophisticated they have a much higher expectation. They know I'm from watching various TV shows <hes> the amazing things that <hes> that might be possible without necessarily knowing the cost so it does put a lot of extra pressure on veterinarians to know the right things to do with that referral and of course they raise Brendan. I <hes> <HES> <HES> <hes> legal mandate <hes> on <hes> at least people in New South Wales. I believe it's <hes> a must of the way around Australia in one form or another that town that if <hes> the veterinarians must provide <hes> those choices to their clients it's <hes> that if they even if they capable <hes> it's a wise thing to discuss with the clients that you know in this particular case we could refer you for internal medicine or whatever and the other thing is that referral suggest as you've highlighted doesn't just have to be to <hes> a you know a specific specialist <hes>. I think it's a here in the in the case of Newcastle where I work we don't have <hes> in Alameda vicinity eh specialist surgeon but there are a number of it to <hes> have <hes> taken on additional training of particular interest in an area <hes> some of them in orthopedic surgery some of them in other forms and so they built up a little <hes> area of <hes> of experience that <hes> that we feel comfortable asking them to have a look at those things and of course when we're talking about <hes> <hes> ibn an exotic <hes> <hes> cases they we don't have any specialists he around Newcastle and and so lots of our colleagues do end up referring those cases to us because of special schelling trust a particular interest in those cases and I think it's a can get very confusing for the client content Mac him the hall the hope it <hes> you a specialist I not a specialist <hes> why I cain on potentially tracey my animal over for an it onto somebody else and I think I always you know may I'm pretty simple. I just get back to basics with things. Incite them look this particular condition condition or <hes> surgery or medical case that I'm dealing with <hes> of Satan a reasonable number of these previously and I'm Rachel confident that I can do a competent job with this this this case in front of me and all our besides them look. I'd I'd do many of these crucial address which I dined these days and on site to the client wrote a refer you to another vet I'm Dan the riot who does plenty of cruise ships have rate every manteaux and because they're doing during the day every month or two then on a specialist but <hes> the chances of you getting a better result is probably increased. I'm Karen to them compared with sticking with me at my practice. That's what I tend to side as a cause I tend to try and keep it Cape it simple simple with the multi we do have a say in a capital city would do have a fair number of specialists in in in mice to the discipline some near us and an odd side the same thing as well so I say if I was referring it tone orthopedic Surgeon <hes> his a specialist <hes> <hes> <unk> inside this. That's what I do all day everyday they have the training and the and the pace of pipe had a backup the fact that they are registered as a specialist in that discipline and <hes> that's what I do and you have the option of going to them. Even if it was a case that I would be reasonably comfortable in doing <hes> as you mentioned I would always offer offer every every option for them and I think it's pretty similar to what we do is EH general medicine cases. As well Marcus I cus <unk> you gives them the option of the full diagnostic workup and the potential extra expense of during that or <hes> the client might say now on they have fifty dollars. What can you to- from the FA my patient and and and you might strongly suggest the high you know we need to spend more than fifty dollars on on this animal that that's caught on well <hes> but at and he's what I recommend and as long as you've recorded the facts at Phnom and and if at Lund to the client so you've you've covered yourself leglise invade the candidate and if the Nile in the head with respect to communication like so many aspects of <hes> practice and professional life communication is at its coal and making sure that you do have that discussion with the client and <hes> and certainly there's nothing at all wrong with as you said <hes> I I say these this case regularly and and I feel perfectly comfortable dealing with it <hes> it's the cases is that you don't have experience with old that you don't have particular equipment? You know the the the sort of case that might require a C._A._T.. Scan before cancer surgery <hes> you know <hes> getting that done <hes> by someone that has eight days Ganor Mary's obviously.

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"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"tom simons" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Days at WWW dot west gate, PM dot com, along with podcasts of past programs. So we are back and I'd like to welcome. Tom Simon to the show. Hi, Tom great. Great to be here, Bonnie. And what are you up on this fine Memorial Day weekend? Oh, I'm you know, working for west gate, just preparing client reports and kind of figure things out as usual. He has usual working on the weekend. Well, Tom Simon is the local Representative of poop rinse. And he's also the managing member of west gate properties, LLC, and he's a professional community association manager. He's been managing real estate in Santa Fe for twenty eight years. And Tom today, we are discussing the topic of grounds, maintenance and community associations and with sixty eight percent of owners in agreement that pet waste is the most common problem in their association. Who prints offers a solution. Can you tell us how it works? Sure, bonnie. It's DNA based program where you take a reference sample of the DNA from the dog. That is a member of the community of whichever association. And that's sample gets up loaded online to a pet registry. And then if that dog happens to poop in the owner doesn't pick it up. It's tested and matched to the original reference sample. And in that way, we found out who owns the dog, and who didn't pick the dog waste up on that sounds like quite an innovative solution to this problem and it does require some setup. So how many associations that you manage are actually taking advantage of PU prints? And has there been an improvement in the number of pet waste violations? Well, we've got three communities that are taking advantage of it, and it's like switching a. Turning a switch, basically from problem to no problem. It requires some, you know, management, you need somebody on site or a landscape company or somebody to take the sent to pick up the dog poop in sample it and then to send it to the testing lab. But once the program is established the problem pretty much disappears or becomes very minimum. That doesn't sound like the most pleasant of jobs, Tom. But I would imagine that once the pets, get registered and homeowners realized that they will be identified as the pet owner that has violated the pet waste regulation. They probably just aren't going to have a violation. They're going to pick up after their pet and perhaps very little poop is actually collected. And tested is most that's the response of most pet. Owners some of them kind of rebel against the idea of testing their dog. They don't like the I feel like it's intrusive, I've had one owner say, so what's next people? Not unless they start pooping in the common area. You know, I don't even want to go there, Tom. But let's talk about something else. There's obviously a cost involved with utilizing the poop hints program. So is that generally passed onto the pet owners because I would imagine there'd be some controversy about that between pet owners and non pet owners within a community. That's considering using this program. So there's an initial setup cost Bonnie that involves what my recommendation is that the association pay for the initial cost of the materials. That's the testing equipment for testing the dog. And then the initial cost of lab to establish the DNA of that animal that's initial cost about twenty bucks and they're not once that's per per dog. Yes. Okay. And then once that's in place, the. How, and so there's actually this whole process you start off with cleaning the entire property of all dog. Poop, you've established with the homeowners. The fact that you're going to be starting this program on a particular day say two months down the road and prior to the first day of implementation, you are in the process of collecting DNA samples from all the dogs in the in the community. So when D day comes you've got a completely clean community and all the dogs are registered. Once that happens if there is a, a dog poop found in the community. It's picked up. It's sent to the same lab in its matched to the original reference sample. So the costs of all that involve, probably an extra cost of landscaping, landscaper, or maintenance person to clean all the dog. Poop up the cost of all the. The testing materials, and then once it's established the future animals that come into the community pay or the owners of those animals, pay dollar pet fee, which is fairly normal from community to community that pet owners. They tend to expect to have to pay up the registration fee and that the then pays for all the equipment to register the pet. Well, it sounds like it has had success in the communities that are currently using it. So if you're out there, and your community associated association leader, and this is a program that you think will work well for your community. How can our listeners contact you Tom to get more information.

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What does use of nerve agent in Russian ex-spy attack tell us about who did it?

BBC World Service

02:31 min | 4 years ago

What does use of nerve agent in Russian ex-spy attack tell us about who did it?

"Hello and welcome to newsday from the bbc world service for lawns province shot a khalil coming up police in britain say a nerve agents was used to try and kill a former russian spy nothing to do with us says russia to uproot folded leave total deke ruling floral double russia to me it seems like an attempt to push through specific political into this we hear from the family of a sri lankan man burned to death in a spate of buddhist attacks on muslim businesses the title come out of policy but he quartering because it was the fire very high retied forgave him out of around the palace crack police even amadeo deal helped also this halfhour discussion on child marriages with african music superstar unicef ambassador also leaky ju then the before only four the rather strong english contingent in the champions league is down by one of spurs crush out to you today hello and jerry smith with the bbc news investigators in britain are trying to establish how a rare nerve agents was used to target former russian spy and his daughter said gay and yulia screw pal critically ill in hospital along with a police officer quoted the scene in the city of soon spray here's tom simon's nerve agents are specially manufactured chemical weapons capable of killing by destroying the nervous system scotland yard said the substance detected in the souls preattack had been identified a sources told the bbc it was rare up than the sarin gas used in syria and in an attack on the tokyo underground did 1995 it was not the x the nerve agent used to kill the halfbrother of the korean leader kim jal earned last year police have yet to say if they know how and where the poison was administered lawmakers in the american state of florida have approved a bill to strengthen guncontrol how to seventeen people were killed in a shooting at a school the florida governor has not said whether he will veto the law peterborough's reports the legislation which has been passed by florida's house of representatives includes a number of measures demanded by student activists in the wake of the shooting three weeks ago they include raising the minimum age to buy a gun from eighteen to twenty one and banning the silo possession of bump fi stocks which allows semi automatic rifles to fire as rapidly as machine guns it also allows the arming of some school staff including teachers but.

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Sen. Thad Cochran to resign April 1

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 4 years ago

Sen. Thad Cochran to resign April 1

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly. The UN and the International Red Cross, say renewed shelling and air strikes in Syria, forced aid workers to cut short, their effort to deliver supplies in eastern Gouda dozens of trucks arrived yesterday, but the attacks force them out dozens of people in Gouda were killed yesterday. Any attacks by Syrian government forces backed by Russia's military. British officials are working to identify a substance used to critically injured were former Russian double agent at a shopping mall that was in southern England. The BBC's Tom Simon's says, a woman is also hospitalized last night police in respirators and hazardous materials suits with carefully searching bins close to a bench where Sergei screed Paul and the 33-year-old woman collapsed one eyewitness told the BBC screed Powell was staring into space and the paid to be in a catatonic state and nearby pizza restaurant is. Closed and secured will chip police said as a precaution, senior offices said they had not declared a counter-terrorism operation and were keeping an open mind. But Sergei scruples past life in Russia will clearly be the focus of the inquiry. That's the BBC's Thom Simon speratist media, say more than a decade ago. The former rage in was convicted of spying for Britain and sentenced to thirteen years in prison. Mississippi senator Thad. Cochran says he is resigning next month because of poor health. NPR's Giles Snyder says Cochran his eighty years old and midway through his six term Mississippi's Republican governor, Phil Bryant will have to appoint a temporary replacement for Cochran who chairs a Senate Appropriations Committee Bryant's replace went with serve until a special election in November, which is expected to attract several candidates. Chris McDaniel the conservative state senator who nearly defeated Cochran in 2014 says, he's focused on his challenged, the Mississippi's other Republican Senator. But. In a statement, he left open the possibility of running for Cochran seat instead Former Congressman Mike Espy says he has a strong intention to run for Cochran seat Hasbie as a Democrat, who also served as former President Clinton Secretary of Agriculture trial Snyder NPR News, Washington lawmakers in Florida's State House are considering changes to gun laws approved yesterday by the state Senate. They include a three-day waiting period for gun purchases. Jessica bake men with member station, W L R N has more The Florida Senate scaled back a proposal to arm school staff presenting a new plan that would bar most classroom teachers from carrying guns. It could make the bill more appealing to Governor Rick Scott, whose against arming teachers, but it won't help new restrictions on gun purchases Get over the finish line in the conservative House which has until the end of the week to pass the bell. The legislation was prompted by last month's deadly shooting at a high school and Parkland. This is NPR News From Washington. House Speaker Paul Ryan is among Republicans in Congress urging President Trump not to slap tariffs on US, imports of aluminum and steel. Ryan says, he's worried the move, could spark a trade war. GOP leaders on the House Ways and Means Committee are also voicing opposition to the tariffs. The president says, he's not backing down, He wants to impose tariffs of 25 percent on steel imports and ten percent on imports of aluminum. At least a dozen people were arrested last night on the campus of Michigan State University. That's where white nationalist Richard Spencer was giving a speech chain. A Roth with Michigan public radio says, protesters clashed with supporters of Spencer and police police officers lined the road toward the event Center and escorted attendees to the belding fights. Verbal and physical broke out between protesters and attendees. The protesters goal was to keep people from seeing Spencer speak Terry POW, as is a senior at Michigan State. She says, the. Test was a success. I want the rest of our community, especially our student bodies known that they're safe and welcome here. And this minority of All right is not going to projects. There are fears in their beliefs onto our campus Officers say they arrested over a dozen people for misdemeanor and felony, a Fences For NPR News. I'm Cheian a Roth. Any slant saying, the food company General Mills says it's going to help establish South Dakota's largest organic crop form thirty four thousand acres near Pierre will be earmarked for organic wheat by 2020. It'll be used in General Mills and he's macaroni and choose products. I've Dave Mattingly NPR News in Washington.

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