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Fresh update on "trainee" discussed on The World
"Was born and grew up in a tough part of Dallas. His parents had moved there from Guanajuato, Mexico, when trainee with just 15 a record producer spotted his talent. Others were also impressed. But there was a catch trainee, Lopez tells a story in a documentary currently in production. We need to change your name. And I said, change my name. I said to one, he said. Well, it's a train is okay. But Lopez is gonna go. And see the prejudice. Young Trini Lopez did not back down. He's very proud to be an American, and he was very proud to be somebody that was being given the opportunities he was being given. That's P David Ebersole, who, along with collaborator Todd Hughes, is behind that documentary. Which explores trainees family background. When he was growing up in grade school, they actually would drive up to Indiana and other nearby states where they could work as you know. Day laborers, farmers. He compared his upbringing to being like in the movie the Grapes of Wrath, driving up on highways, highways, where, by the way they could not stop at a hotel. To to stay in it. They would actually have to sleep in their truck because Jim Crow laws were applied to Hispanics as well as blacks. In spite of all that Trini Lopez sank tunes that embraced America,.
'60s singer Trini Lopez, 83, dies while battling coronavirus
"Claimed the life of singer and actor Trini Lopez yesterday, Carmen Roberts reports in the 19 sixties trainee Lopez hit the charts with the songs, Lemon Tree, and if I had a Hammer, which went to number one in 40 country stores such as Buddy Holly and Frank Sinatra mentor, the Proud Mexicana singer who was born to immigrant parents in Dallas. They We're so poor Lopez had to drop out of high school to work. But his life changed after his father bought him a $12 Gibson acoustic guitar and taught him how to play years later in Hollywood, Sinatra signed him to his record label trainee. Lopez died at 83. The
1960s Era Singer Trini Lopez Who Grew Up In Dallas Passes Away At 83
"The life of singer and actor Trini Lopez yesterday. Carmen Roberts reports in the 19 sixties trainee Lopez hit the charts with the songs, Lemon Tree, and if I had a Hammer, which went to number one in 40 country stars such as Buddy Holly and Frank Sinatra mentor, the Proud Mexicana singer who was born to immigrant parents in Dallas. We're so poor Lopez had the drop out of high school to work. But his life changed after his father bought him a $12 Gibson acoustic guitar and taught him how to play years later in Hollywood, Sinatra signed him to his record label trainee. Lopez died at 83. The Sooners and
Dan OConnell & James Ellison
"The city of Hudson is nestled in Far West Wisconsin estate famous obeying America's Dairyland, jude towards production of cheese, milk and ice cream. Separated from the state of Minnesota by the Saint Croix River Hudson is a small scenic city characterized by historic architecture, leafy parks and a wide offering outdoor attractions including walking tracks, water sports, rock climbing, and came in. But the year two, thousand, two, the city was harm to a close knit community of Iran six, thousand residents and was. As a safe place to live. vol On crime was well below the national average and murder hadn't been committed in the area for twenty four years. Dearly funeral climbing Hudson was a sprawling single story brick and whether board building owned by local resident Tomo Connell, his family had lived in the area FA generations. Tones. Uncle had earned an undertaking business in town prior to world, War Two and in nineteen ninety, five Tom decided to relaunch the family business. He opened the O'CONNELL Vanity Funeral Harm at five twenty eleventh straight a quiet trae laundry road close to downtown district. Two of his sons mark and. Eventually began working alongside him. Dan had initially trained as an emergency medical technician, but was happy to follow in his father's footsteps by switching to a career in mortuary. Science. In Nineteen Ninety, eight, he quit. He's Am Tae work to concentrate on the family business fulltime. Dan was a dedicated worker known for putting the needs of others ahead of design, and for always taking on to comfort the grieving relatives who attended the funeral home. Married with two young children, Dan had a reputation as a dedicated family man who was eager to give back to his community. He spent tireless hours working to better. He's time town by serving on several local committees and raising funds for various organizations. As a result, Dan was well known and liked by other. Hudson locals. Dea conal family funeral I'm also off the trainee positions to mortuary science students who were completing studies. One such trae was twenty two year old James Ellison who had quickly proved himself to be a valuable employees. James had grown up with these parents and two siblings in the rural town of Baron located about sixty eight miles north east of Hudson. Hey was friendly and well locked with a range of interests that included Gulf music and church activities. During hough school James had played in the school band and was active in not for profit youth organization for HEY Jr.. He. Later, enrolled to study mortuary science at the University of Minnesota where he took his career path very seriously. Friendly Polite and organized James took great pride in his trae work on one occasion remarking. I'm so proud that can help people in the worst time of their lives. James was Ju- TO GRADUATE FROM UNIVERSITY in May of two thousand and two, and it was anticipated that the O'CONNELL's would then offer him a fulltime job. In the early afternoon of day February five, two thousand to Saint Croix. County Medical Officer Mati Klin headed to the O'CONNELL family funeral home to conduct a retain visit. Gee to the requirements of his job, he was well acquainted with the O'CONNELL's, and on this occasion, he needed Dan to sign a death certificate. Mahdi arrived at one forty PM and immediately made his way to Dan's office, which was located towards the back of the building.
How to Get Sleep in Anxious Times With Dr. Donn Posner
"Don't know about you guys, but my sleep has suffered at times quite badly during the last few months. Today's guest really got me thinking about this issue in a whole new way I. he normalizes the sleep problems. Many of us are having. If you're sleeping poorly right now, he says don't freak out. It's natural and normal. Second he has a whole bunch of tips for how to deal with insomnia. Some of which I had never heard before, and I'm already starting to operationalize my own life. His name is Don. Posner he's one of the leaders in the field of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia. Titles are founder and president of sleep, well, consultants and Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine. Not only did done patiently answer all of my questions, but we also played him. Some listener voicemails from you guys. One last thing to say before we dive in here, you'll notice over the course of this week. That are episodes this week. Have a theme which we're calling primordial needs today. We're doing sleep. Wednesday it's sex, so it's fun week here on the show. Stay tuned for all of that I. IT sleep and on near here we go. Great to meet you and thanks for doing this. I appreciate it sure thing good to be here. You gave a talk recently. That got some attention. deservedly. We'll get now more attention now that we're putting you on the show about acute insomnia. Can you tell us what that means and why? You're worried about it right now especially. Let me clarify a couple of things. Let me maybe work backward. The best way to define acute insomnia is to define chronic or long term insomnia, which we in the field called insomnia disorder. And the way we define that is that a person is having trouble initiating sleep to begin with. Or they wake up in the middle of the night and can't get back to sleep. Or they wake up sort of at the end of their night and never get back to sleep, right? And so those are really three flavors of insomnia if you will beginning middle and end. We like to say chocolate, Vanilla Strawberry, and then there's neopolitan which is a mixed bag right so that's insomnia. If that is happening and we say what's problem with to sleep or staying asleep, it's if you take longer than thirty minutes to get to sleep on average if you are awake for some combination of thirty minutes in the middle of the night, or you wake more than thirty minutes earlier than your desired time. If that's happening three or more nights a week for longer than three months. And you have associated daytime symptoms, that's insomnia disorder and I want to underscore that last piece which is. Really, a twenty four hour disorder. It has to have impact on your day. For us to say that this is really an insomnia disorder problem. You have to have something like fatigue sleepiness. Concentration problems, performance, problems and so forth. So chronic insomnia is those symptoms more than three months. So now going back to your question about acute insomnia, acute insomnia is all of that. Less than three months when I give talks, and when I asked the audience how people here have ever had a bad night's sleep I know I'm going to get a laugh and one hundred percent of the hands go up. We've all had that experience. And all of that is normal nothing to concern ourselves about it, and we don't even talk about anything as diagnostic as acute insomnia until we get to at least three days. But then anywhere between three days and three months is considered acute insomnia, and that means that you're having those problems either initiating or maintaining sleep. And you may or may not have daytime symptoms yet. And it's usually due to some stressor, and we say anything from the Bio psychosocial spectrum. I now say to my trainees. You could probably open the dictionary. Put your finger down on a word and find something that causes insomnia. Whether. It's an illness physical pain a change in your environment, a psychological stress like stress at work tax time those sorts of things and I also hasten to add that. The Valence of that does not have to be negative. Right change is stressful so getting married and getting a new bed partner in your bed. Can Change Your sleep patterns. Having a child. Is a precipitate for an acute insomnia until you can get that kind of straightened away. The thought process is absolutely very much that that's a normal reaction distress. Maybe even a good one because. If we go back evolution narrowly speaking. Sleep is a dangerous activity. Right if you're asleep, you're vulnerable. It must be important for that reason because every species, does it. And so, it must provide very important function, but it's dangerous, so we always say that sleep is deferred when the lion walks into the mouth of the cave. and. Therefore, we could say that acute insomnia is adaptive. If, you understand so even now in our culture. It's adaptive in the sense that you're making changes. You're trying to deal with. Whatever's coming down the pike. But we always expect that. If you then adapt appropriately or the problem itself goes away, or you get on some medication or the stressor itself remits then we expect the acute insomnia to remit, and so all of that we consider to be normal, and it is for a smaller subset, but yet epidemic numbers that sort of gravitate into this chronic insomnia realm, which is where people like myself and my colleagues come in terms of helping people to treat that.
Zoom Call Eviction Hearings: 'They'll Throw Everything I Have Out On The Street'
"Moratoriums are now expiring in parts of the country and some courts are now using zoom calls to hold remote fiction hearings for people late on their rent NPR's Chris Arnold reports and a vision hearing in Collin county Texas this week was like many other zoom calls full of first timers audio problems general confusion could have trainees receive respected galaxy in Rome that's the judge who's trying to figure out who's who with a bunch of different people on the call I'm sorry I was talking can you hear me now hello wave your hand yes it would be almost kind of funny except that what's at stake here is not renters are in this soon hearing with landlords who want to evict them renters like Dino Brock's oops re reason why your rep yes Sir my company closed due to the pandemic and you have to have a letter from your employer to prove that you were affected by the corona and I was getting the run around I haven't been able to get unemployment or anything the judge said since Brooks lives within the city of Dallas he wanted to review the current rules and evictions there so her case got moved in next week her landlord declined to comment we followed up with the abrupt after the hearing she's a navy veteran and she says she has a heart condition and it she says she has no friends or family that you can move in with and I'm scared now grow everything I have outside on the street I'm gonna start crying it's a nightmare that nobody wants to go through and a lot of times people don't know what their rights are renters may have protections right now but the rules are complicated and differ from state to county the city and in this room call hearing at people who did not dial in and their landlord did it they were just out a lock I'm gonna go for this one because I don't have it here and just tell me thank you have a default judgment position background and for default judgment that basically means you didn't show up we're giving your landlord the right to evict you that happened a five people in just this one a zoom call hearing now for some people doing the zoom call might be easier than getting to the court house but some legal experts say that for other people this could deny their right to due process which includes the right to be heard what if somebody doesn't have a decent smart phone or computer or online access the elderly can have trouble connecting on video calls Emeli Benford's a professor at Columbia Law School a missed call or not being able to log into remote hearing is the equivalent of failing to appear remote hearings may not only be the loss of basic rights they could also be the difference between housing and homeless miss Deena Brooks the navy vet and Dallas is worried herself about not having a home I have nowhere to go but I feel like very depressed rest out and I did I don't know what to do so these soon call hearings are happening because it's not safe enough to gather in court but apparently it's okay for people to be put out in the street in the midst of a pandemic okay that's cool it's a cruel situation Matthew Desmond heads at Princeton university's eviction lab today is announcing a new tracking system to monitor what's happening omits the pandemic and already with some moratoriums expiring he says eviction filings are rising in Milwaukee for example the kids are out thirty eight percent last week from where they should be on a typical week in June in Milwaukee with millions of Americans still out of work due to code red at me says even actions it should not be the answer here some landlord groups agree policy now is a vice president with the national multifamily housing council we should be working to help those who have been impacted by club in nineteen through robust government assistance like she says an emergency plan from Congress for renters and landlords meanwhile the zoom eviction hearings continue but law professor Emily band for expects that legal
Bill Criminalizing Sharing Of Crime, Accident Photos After Kobe Bryant's Los Angeles Crash Passes First Hurdle
"News say bill that criminalizes sharing photos of the crime or accident scene is make its way through Sakamoto this is the order of the cinnamon Mike Gibson of Carson but that bill and the enter the state capitol after the Bryant helicopter crash in which an LA county sheriff's deputy trainee shared some photos this bill is cleared its first hurdle through committee it will carry a maximum punishment of a year in jail five thousand dollars in fines
FBI unlocks Pensacola shooter's iPhones, finds link to al-Qaida
"New information obtained from the cell phones of the royal Saudi Air Force trainee who killed three American sailors in a December shooting spree at a U. S. naval base in Florida is providing investigators with critical information about a possible motive correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the cellphone evidence links al Qaeda to the attack Michael Mohammed Saeed al Shirani was taking part in a training program designed to foster links with foreign allies at Naval Air Station Pensacola he was killed by law enforcement during the attack FBI director Christopher Wray said this week cell phone evidence was finally access by FBI agents it led to new developments in the case they successfully tackled the problem that required tenacity eternity and technical expertise earlier this year Attorney General William Barr accused apple of failing to help the F. B. I. access the phones apple denied those allegations but Bora dress the issue again this week if technology companies like apple are willing to oblige the demands of authoritarian regimes they certainly have no excuse for failing to cooperate with the rule of law nations that respect civil liberties and privacy rights and have judicial safeguards the AG went on to stress the importance of cooperation from tech companies when combating threats to our homeland we need American tech leaders to work with us not against us director ray said the information obtained on the shooter's phones was critical information it shows that al Shirani described a desire to learn about flying years ago around the same time he talked about attending the Saudi Air Force Academy in order to carry out what he called a special operation in February an audio recording said to be from al queda claimed responsibility for the attack the FBI now confirming the shooter's ties to the
Pensacola base shooter coordinated with al Qaeda
"I'm Anthony Davis the gunman who killed three. Us sailors at a military base in in Florida. Last year repeatedly communicated with Al Qaeda operatives about planning in the months leading up to the attack. Us officials said yesterday as they lashed out at apple for failing to help them open. The shooter phones so they could access key. Evidence law enforcement officials discovered contacts between Muhammad Side al-Shamrani and operatives of Al Qaida off the FBI. Technician succeeded on their own in breaking into two cell phones. That had previously been locked that the shooter a Saudi Air Force officer tried to destroy before he was killed by law enforcement. We now have a clearer understanding of al-Shamrani associations and activities in the years months and days leading up to this attack attorney. General William Bar said at a news conference the new details including that Al Sham. Ronnie had been radicalized abroad before he arrived in the. Us raised fresh questions about the vetting of Saudi military members. And trainees who spend time at American basis. The criticism directed at apple could also escalate divisions between the US government and the massive Technology Company. Which has rejected the characterization that it has been unhelpful. The company said that it does not store customers pass codes nor does it have the capability to unlock passcode protected. Devices and believes that weakening encryption could create vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers. Al-shamrani was killed by a sheriff's deputy during the December six rampage at a classroom building at Pensacola Naval Air Station. He'd been undergoing flight training at Pensacola as part of an instruction offered at American military bases to foreign nationals. Besides the three sailors who died eight other people were injured once unlocked by the FBI? Us officials said the phones revealed contact between Al Sham. Ronnie and dangerous operatives from Al Qaeda in the Arabian peninsula or a Qa p. including the night before the attack. They also revealed that he had been
Is The Bitcoin Halvening Going To Send Us Flying?
"We just saying. The market closed philosophy. Twenty four hours doing little giglio. Wigley thing that it often does around the open avenue And Look it's I it's quantities. Think saying the top ten at the minute the reason I say. It's quite interesting because bitcoin furnished otting. And it's not there yet. It's eversource lightly starting to look mock carry through now lock said there is still a fair to attend on this ten. I am candle with down Hoffa. The sentiment is down thirty four bucks we ought to be The tycoon is anything really. As far as I'M CONCERNED ASSEMBLE RAISING. Bang is Von. Wa Iran at ten. Am Candle time for me anyway. Around that new candle we often see a little bit of Funny business can jump around quite a bit and and that's what we've seen so far to kick today to give you an understanding of the talk about destroy one percent the on the fifth day minute can what hasn't done too much. Motorola four hour vassal. Seventy six thirty seven which has been a support level and has been holding his resistance for quite some time now. It's tested that on. The four outcry bounced off all of their and starting to look a little bit more out Sheila side bullish for the time being. It's not confirmed yet. It is not confirmed yet bought. It is undoubtedly looking a little bit better another day another day above that six. Sorry seventy six thirty seven live close and I would say bitcoin just give us a good push. Get US goodbye. Died GET US. Above eight thousand start to get a little bit more momentum because we are lacking in that momentum department would have requests. Tom would be very nice to see it. Just kick on from where we are now. We Bitcoin close up one percent yesterday. The huge diaper done nothing to be sneezed at closed yesterday at seven seven night off onto a theorem one ninety six ninety side one on six twenty two Now did closed down half a percent. We are holding above that one. Ninety full thirty five level and it isn't an option so we'll have to wait and see what a theory of does from here but it doesn't look too bad at all on Alexa. Play well yesterday getting another die where we've rejected that. Twenty percent market size tapped up into the high with nine point nine nine sense of very very close in data. Not a great deal going on yes instead in yesterday's session up point seven three percent readings to break above twenty cents Mavi. It's been hanging around there for quite a long time but not too much activity on Bitcoin. Cash to To full three spot four five was down one point two percent over not in las twenty four hours. What does that mean well again? Just holding its ground doing dubious point six seven one ninety six and looking very very average in Dade. Nothing really happening a lot on yesterday as a matter of fact the last three days we've seen the maximum amount of Movement on the Clothes Bang Point three six a couple of days ago with Dan. Point three six than it was up point three six than it was flat yesterday so guidelines. Very very slow to the party at the moment is hanging in the very very tentative. In Dade on oil swap we had an update yesterday. Point two six percents of very little closing at two dollars and seventy four cents. It's really stock on the eighth at two dollars. Seventy eight region that resistance really proving to be quite strong on a US at the moment. If I can get a little pullback I'm all actually look at it for potential trade. A bitcoin breakout taught. Try to not quite ready. Full made Josh yet. But it is building a very messy looking shots over the last couple of days if we look at that four times. I'm just SORTA stuck so guy another market that needs to see a push above. Nabet just ahead a little break up a dig at long in it and Waiting to see what it does It didn't do much as point. Three one of a percent closing at sixteen forty to another market. The needs to evasive. Push through that resistance already. Kickoff I'm hopeful to say the whole market do this. This way could be nauseous Actually happened tonight clear. Why from some stops I just to set in motion a little bit more activity. That's what I'm waiting foreclosing tonight. Fifty dollars and ten cents. Kadan at one point one percent. Yes it did close above that too old resistance level officer very strong. Push the full point six cents. It does look Jay forbidden to pull back. But this is called Donna. This is gripped it could certainly Cape kicking on and it's very very nostril can jot their on that dial a very strong market right now on. How Don really kick in the backside of many of the top ten including bitcoin there for those cod donohoe defending little be happy about that on a Theorem Kasich while it closed down one percent. Yes so that daily trainees day. I was looking for potential. Try Day yesterday. I didn't quite get. We did close just above a six dollars. Six dollars. Eleven which is a good thing but not much going on. What their trump gronning highest today? One of the top performers in that top ten up one point six six percent About move they do
"Grace what's your first question for a bash. St Can you tell me about your job? What is it typical daylight who I liked that question so my typical day starts really early in the morning because I teach my students before school at an ice rink. So get up at about four o'clock and I'm on the ice four in the morning or in the morning four in the morning four in the morning. It's very quiet. And then we head to the rink. I warm up my students first and foremost and then I'm on the ice teaching them from five. Am till about seven forty five. Wow how did you get involved in ice skating introduce skate when you're a kid I did? I started skating because I saw Tolan Dean. How're British ice dancers on television? And I nagged my parents to take me to the ice rink and I started skating when I was three. Wow there's a four in the morning and there's three year old on skates. I'm learning a lot today. Okay grace back to you NIA. Is there something you really love about your job well? I used to ice skate when I was younger. So what I love is watching. People do the moves that I couldn't do like I could never do a triple toe loop and seeing that. You know three times a year at the competitions that I judge is really exciting and just seeing all the families come together and to really nice culture and environment to be in to be able to escape for your job it helps. I mean I think the big part of the trainee is to not get too emotional about the performances. Because when you're watching somebody do something. Really incredible like a like a a triple Lutz. Or something you know you're you get really pumped up. The music is driving. You and you really can't show any emotion when you're a judge because you've got parents surrounding you and they really want their kids to do really well. So if you look like you're favoring one person in the other That's really bad so you have to try to stay as neutral and professionals possible fast. Is there a skater? Who IN SPIDER? You UAE definitely? I was very inspired by escape at Cold Suray abundantly. She was a French figure skater and she really changed the game with figure skating because she was what we call a rebel so she did a few illegal elements like the backflip competition. And she always will the coolest costumes and she had really colorful makeup and she really broke boundaries. In what we'll figure skating was so I really looked up to her. I thought she was really cool. She was also the first one to do it on ice. No I don't think she was. All carpeted different sport. Fash can you tell me about the different jumps in figure skating? How are they different? Well jumps a kind of graded in terms of how many revolutions you do. What Direction you take off. So everything starts with the waltz jump which is half a revolution which is about one eighty degrees and that takes a Ford and then you land backwards then you progress to a South Cal. I call it a sad cow. Well you do a full three sixty. Before you do your one eighty so jumps have different takeoffs and different landing. Sometimes you'll land jump in the position to take off for another jump which is called a jump combination. The hardest jump is a Lutts because you go into it one direction and then you pivot use your topic and you jump the other direction loop jump is probably my favorite jump ego from backwards backwards and you use your edge. Not Your Toe Pick. Neil what is the most surprising thing you've learned about ice skating? Guess what surprised me as well a while ago if you know but They change the scoring system so it used to be out of six points and now it can be up to three hundred points. So there's a table of different moves you can do like vastly mentioned a flip. Sal Cow Lutts. There's a toeloop. All of these different moves have a different man. Points scale values trite. And so you have to. There's a a table and that table changes over time and that's something that I'm still getting used to because every year I have to get trained and re certified to be an ice skating judge. So that's something that's always something I have to keep learning and keep up to date on five state. Can you tell me about what were the first gates made out of the first skates were made out of bones? They weren't very versatile. And when these first gators were on the ice it wasn't autistic or they weren't dancing sheely just to get from A to B Neil. Do you have to train to become a judge? Good question great question so the first thing is it helps to have skate experience. You don't have to be at an Olympic level but at least at college really helps you have to take some tests that show that you know as Russia saying what what a what a flip is You you need to know the what side of the edge that you're looking for so two edges on On escaped the left edge right edge and so knowing what side the skater is skating on You you can really Take no on. How precise and how Could QUALITY THAT. Kinda jump is.
Boston - Coronavirus closes Massachusetts State Police academy after 2 recruits test positive for COVID-19
"State police announcing to trainees at the police academy have tested positive for covert nineteen they're the first recruits or staff members at the academy to test positive after receiving the information the head of the state police made the decision to dismiss the remaining two hundred thirty nine class members instructing them to quarantine for fourteen days trainees will complete this week's lesson plans online and then undergo the previously planned week of remote learning next week that will keep them on track for the may sixth graduation although there will be no ceremonial flourishes or gas the basics date will be five weeks earlier than initially planned when the group first arrived at the academy in
Chicago - Third Cook County Jail Inmate Dies After Testing Positive For Coronavirus
"Chicago is becoming a coronavirus hot spot in the cook county jail has become a hot spot within the hot spot forty two year old Nicholas Lee died of cardiac arrest after testing positive for covert nineteen he's the third inmate to die at the cook county department of corrections related to the pandemic the latest numbers from the sheriff's department show three hundred and sixty trainees have tested positive twenty are currently being treated at local hospitals two hundred and eighteen sheriff's office staff also tested positive including one hundred and eighty one correctional officers the family of the first inmate to die tied the cobit nineteen is now suing the county Ribeiro ABC news
Pentagon working to provide 100,000 body bags to FEMA
"Meanwhile we have a sobering new indicator of just how deadly the corona virus pandemic could become for the United States Bloomberg Pentagon correspondent Tony capacity is on the KRLD news line Tony tell us what you learn the latest development is a story we broke yesterday that the Pentagon confirmed it this morning by the way that FEMA the Federal Emergency Management Agency as part of their planning asked the Pentagon to procure up to a hundred thousand human remains pouches otherwise known as body bags we had the store yesterday at the Pentagon this morning confirmed that de LA is currently responding to FEMA's prudent planning efforts for one hundred thousand pouches to address mortuary constituent contingencies on behalf of state health agencies I this is a very very Graham and stuff the report but they did this is one element of what you're doing they're also marshaling meals ready to eat for very states that FEMA requested and obviously the comfort in the mercy I did as I biggest manifestations of Pentagon assistance at this point when you consider that what you just said the Pentagon looking to procure one hundred thousand body bags is this something Tony they have on hand is this something they have to go out and find or where do we stand on that so they have a stock of about fifty thousand for combat or war to combat or mail a peacetime trainee accidents for military people and they're going to dip into a good part of that inventory and then they're going to they're canvassing the current contractor to see what its capability is and I would imagine in a few days it will announce a contract for the additional up the remainder of what they're going to buy versus what they can take out of stock and they get that to see him up C. mobile determined based on state needs where the pouches would go it's pretty grim stuff this sort of hammers home some of the grim numbers that we heard from president trump during one of the briefings Tony earlier this week eight it hammers it home and it shows that these numbers are being translated into you know actual procurement items for some there are some poor human beings and it's it's pretty said and one other very unpleasant aspect of the story is should so many of these body bags be needed because this pandemic guide what does FEMA say about where where these remains would be put to they have facilities they're planning for this you got me there is there Rick be gradually even acknowledging this I think they're going to have to talk more about the question she just brought up over the next week or two is in need this is this close the question she raised are going to be the responsibility of state I think state governments to
Shelter in Place with Jon, Leigh and Tony
"Wanna start with some positive stuff. I think it's been really interesting to see From where we're at right now. A lot of folks were still really concerned about their fitness and their health. We've seen a lot of folks be able to take their coaching. Bring it online. We seen folks that are like right now. Perform better in rogue all these equipment companies assault fitness like their warehouses are empty because everyone is basically said like the one thing. I need to make sure I do is take care of my health. And they basically went out and built home. Jim's got a couple of kettlebells and bands t-rex you know a chin up are like some people have gone all out in got like the rogue fitness package and got Iraq or whatever And said you know? I'm not going to allow this to to really impact my fin is because that's a big reason why you know or it could have a big factor on whether you stay healthy throughout all of this so we're just going to kind of go around the Horn I. That's the first thing I wanted to actually start off with is like home gym setups like if if solutions for folks out there. If they don't already have something set up what would you guys Recommend so people can still get a really good training session not necessarily break the bank when it comes to this stuff but are even just like what you guys like to have around the house as fitness professionals. I know Lee. You got some stuff at your place. I mean I've been a seasoned Working out at home kind of person clients a lot of my clients that are con- consult with and work with online. A lot of them are home. Trainees like a lot of them workout at home or with minimal equipment so this is kind of been an area that. I felt comfortable in some time. I couldn't imagine having to change it up on the spot of I've always been a good category kettlebells around bills around suspicion trainer If you don't have the massive home set up a understanding the importance of body weight training how to interact with that. It's just it's just really understanding what I consider. You know a lot of your basic functionality in fitness and training And I think it's a good time to to kind of keep to to those basics but what I usually keep around the house is is what a good thing to recommend for people to have it. It doesn't have to get fancy as my. I think a lot of people get worried about you. Know Building the best home gym possible or that. They if they don't have perfect the can't do it at all and I see that a lot especially with Individuals aside from this virus and everything. That's been happening. Who WHO KIND OF FACE IT DILEMMA? Of I don't want to have or I don't have the perfect thing or I don't have a rack. I don't have these kinds of things. You can still make do with a lot of equipment. A minimal equipment and bodyweight creativity so Yeah you just never hurts to have a good dumbbells kettlebells suspension trainers things like that even just a Swiss ball. Even if you don't have a bench You know you can make a lot of headway with that chairs. It's your stairs in your home. You can really do a lot with the stuff that you have in your house. So one of the first things that tell people is don't be afraid to get creative and don't be bound by a perfection. Don't he was Was Julian really angry when you made him start sleeping in the living room when you moved your rack and all your your iron seeking continue clanging abandoned in his bedroom. Yeah we yeah. We both listen. I are avid with thankfully. Our our apartment complex has a pretty decent gym upstairs. Is that allows. It's technically we haven't heard other I. I don't know 'cause I don't go up there often. She went up there this morning. So I'm assuming that they haven't showdown or anything you know. Also my studio is an fifteen minute walk from the apartment so I was actually there yesterday. I was just there by myself. Let's say I'd like for you and me right now. You and I have the best home gyms because we have a fully stocked out gyms that we deal. I can still use it I was actually there yesterday. Just getting a workout in and so yeah I I'm I'm. I'm a little bit while lot lucky that I get to. I can walk to to my gym in a matter of fifteen minutes drive and I have a pretty decent set up there you know. I can't really anything. That lear hadn't already noted. Said I would say my my essentials. The Pharaohs building a home gym would be reversed hyper attacks bar up fully loaded for your curls boy. It's been such I actually did I. I did my fifth perks. What was that we? Would you say amateur? I can't believe I forgot to mention that. Hyper their house or Ham. Raise Sheriff Yes it's been. The last two weeks is A. It's been pretty I've had to get pretty invented with some of the programs I've had to our tweak and rewrite from my own clients at have who've been working at home. I've actually went out a lot of my equipment to my clients Said Hey if you WANNA adopt a cut abruptly stopped by. I gave one of my clients a trap artists and plates. I gave another client barbone some plates so just to help them out during this time and so like I was GonNa wait on getting into the business aspect of this. A little bit but So like with your and everyone's going to be different and you don't have to necessarily follow this protocol or anything like that. But I've been doing something similar but for for you I've been like renting the weights out or you just kinda loaning them or you just like. Yeah just bring him back or you. Are you know what they better bring him taking pictures? I know what No I just not lending it out to me personally I don't feel it's time for me to nickel and dime people like I'm going to charge you twenty dollars for this cutter bell for a week right on. I'm just like listen. I'm here to help you out. You're my client I'm your coach. I want you guys to still be active during this time I've actually been stunning all my clients to basically rudimentary body weight Workouts to do that. Take fifteen to twenty minutes to do to. Kinda keep them inspired to do something. Some of them have pretty decent home gyms already which which makes it super easy to tweet their programs but the ones that don't. I'm like just here take a couple of kettlebells. Take some bands If you have room if you have the availability to take a trap aren't some plates here. Go by all means take it. That's awesome but it's not like they're going to be being put to use so You know and then I I figure that's the least I could do. I think that it just keeps people. A part of that community are being taken care of an trying. Really hard to be a voice of calm in and just like certainly It is a very chaotic world. That we're in right now So I think anything I can do to kind of reduce the echo chamber of chaos And just keep people accountable with their fitness and health and and and really trying to instill upon them. That they're I'm sure Leeann Giannini yourself. Kevin had this conversation with some clients like your Finnish is not going to go away. That quickly You don't you don't eat. You don't need a fully equipped gym to to to maintain your fitness You'RE NOT GONNA lose a bunch of strength in your in your car your cardiovascular status in a matter of days it actually takes quite a while for that stuff to
FAA temporarily halts NY-area air traffic after staff member tests positive for COVID-19
"Flights into major New York City area airports were briefly halted today as the corona virus continues to cause staffing issues at air traffic control facilities around the country the FAA you said an air traffic controller trainee based out of control center on Long Island tested positive for the
Arlington company creates app to keep boot camp trainees connected with loved ones
"The world and we really love it when a story from right here pops up that makes us go wow that's kinda awesome in this Arlington company caught our attention today they created an app that helps keep boot camp trainees connected with a love ones you know during basic training because you don't have a phone there's no computer no social media nothing and you feel really separated from those you love during a really tough time and this guy name Sam meek who is a retired marine knows what that feels like so he created a way for you to stay in touch with somebody in basic training that's an app called sandbox right in they let parents and friends reach out via the app to get like a telegram style letter to loved ones it's very cool it's not just a letter you can also include a picture from home you can add a gift card to an on base store there's a piece of stationery the young recruit can use to write back really the old fashioned way of writing somebody back all of this for a very small cost and it's starting to catch on because they've grown to nearly fifty employees now at the small Arlington organization yeah and I'm reading that they have the ability to ship out a million letters a month right now there are more than a quarter of a million before making their way to boot camps all across the country this is a great app man what an amazing amazing thing and by the way develops and created right here in the
Kobe Bryant crash: Probe launched into whether deputies shared graphic photos of remains
"Graphic photos from the scene of a helicopter crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant his thirteen year old daughter Gianna and seven other people last month making the rounds in LA and the LA times is a sheriff's deputy trainee was seen by a bartender pulling out the pictures to impress the woman the LA sheriff's office says they're now investigating it's not the only instance TMZ reporting pictures also ended up in the hands of multiple firefighters at the LA county fire department triggering an internal probe thereof and similar cell phone photos responded in a number of other police and fire
AI in Legal
"Hello welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen Walsh and I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. So what are they professions nations. That has been around forever at least as long as there have been laws. have been lawyers and you know regardless of what we might think about lawyers in the legal profession. It's part of what allows us as a society to operate under the rule of law. Right the thing about the legal profession is that it's dominated by ED humans and paper documents and of course any if you've been listening to our colleague Linda Today podcast. You know that when there's a lot of humans and a lot of paper there. There is a role for artificial intelligence. Oh there is so we want to spend some time today talking about how a I is changing augmenting the legal profession so as rod mentioned mentioned. You know there's a lot of paper that's involved with any legal case and you know people are looking for ways to make this more efficient to save on costs costs but also to save on time because it's a lot to go through all these documents you know laws can change and get updated and new case litigation can come out that that makes the interpretation of the law different and people need to stay on top of all of this and without technology it makes it very very difficult so when you think of the Law Profession Asian and of course there are so many different aspects of course there's the reams and reams of contracts contracts between businesses contracts between employees and then you have personal contracts financial contracts Lexi of insurance contracts. These are all legal documents right. Ninety nine point nine nine percent of them you know just our routine just send you a contract you sign it now. You're signed up for on my credit card. You know you've agreed to the terms of this insurance agreement you've bought a product from. Here's a proposal. Sign it right you know or could be those sorts of things that are maybe arguments commits in front of the court trial proceedings. That could be you know depositions. That could be discovery of documents especially if large cases and the thing about all these lawyers are not necessarily the lowest cost of profession. Right I mean for a good reason you know good lawyers spent a Lotta time going to law school. They have to basically certify themselves in the case of the bar and they have to continue to presents itself. They're very professional society. But a lot of these activities are not don't really require the experience of law school. It requires like okay. I need to go to this document and redact all these things go through this document and find all these clauses or like look through my millions of contracts and find the six contracts that reference. This thing right. That's supposedly the world of paralegals in junior law professionals and that's the area where artificial intelligence may take a real. Yeah and according to the law technology today they're saying that over one hundred thousand legal roles will be automated by AI systems by twenty thirty six. So that's a lot of roles that can be automated by automation and buy more intelligent automation as well. So of course you know we talk talk about our seven patterns a lot here at Kaga and something we refer to a lot in our. CPI training as well. So if you're interested in applying these things to your own industry you should basically look at the methodology and some of our training the long story short we have recognition patterns. We have as conversational systems. We have autonomous systems. We have hyper personalization and we have goal. Driven Systems have patterns and anomalies for finding anomalies. And we have predictive analytics and every single one of those patterns is actually applicable to the legal profession we have in the recognition recognition pattern the ability to scan through say video or images. Find something we have even within documents that it's able to identify what's on the page all right quickly. He classified documents for example right. And that's something. We actually see quite a bit one of our trainees. One of our classes talked about the fact that they are in the public defenders office and they have a need to basically just classified documents or categorize them really based on whether or not they should retain those documents some documents chain for several months or one year or seven years or they can be you know gotten rid of right away so an example that he gave was if somebody goes. I have cake in the break room. That email can be you you know discarded right away. It has nothing to do with anything but if it's a legal document like a will or something else that may need to be retained for seven years. Well is it really really a good use of time to have a lawyer who costs a lot of money. Be going through these emails being like. Oh this is about the K.. Goes is about someone's retirement party or can you have a system go and automatically automatically do that and then the ones that they're not sure of flag for human to review which will dramatically decrease the amount of time that humans are doing right looking through these documents. That's just just that one pattern recognition pattern or maybe even the conversational patterns. We'll get into in just a moment but you can look another pan. The autonomous pattern autonomous legal. What does that mean well? There's a lot of things. First and foremost you know The whole managing the legal professions. You can think of legal practice management. They're starting to use. Ai Systems to automatically track hours that are spent Danton different cases automatically spot patterns in the work hours and basically helped make lawyers more efficient and of course hopefully at the end of the day make better for their clients that they're not spending two hours hours on something you know of course and billing to our rate which I can guarantee you cheap and instead spending thirty minutes on something or fifteen or maybe just completely automated at all. Maybe it's hard just say you know of the legal. Profession starts using more of so called robotic process automation tools and process automation tools. Charge the time that that bought is working on something who knows the paper at a minimum hopefully cheaper but basically yeah legal bought has worked on it but it but this is part of the patterns and anomalies pattern as well spotting adding the mistakes looking at anomalies as to as to how the lawyers are performing their time so that way they can basically solve any invoicing mistakes timing issues shoes and the client has better visibility into what's happening there right because one thing that we talk about very frequently on this podcast is how fast computers can just go and turn through documents at a much faster rate than humans and also. They never tire. They never get fatigued. They can run twenty four seven so you know how more how much more proficient could be loft practices be especially if they're working on very large cases if they can have an autonomous system. Go through these documents and be able to catch things things you know. This could speed up months of discovery and months of legal time exactly so we are also seeing this idea of the conversational. Oh legal assistant right that way. A lot of people have have routine legal questions especially around things like you know their financial planning to legal planning the will or maybe even in aspects of the other things like you know trying to get a lawyer's opinion on aspects of divorce or of contract matters or of dealing with your neighbors or something you know you know there's lots of different applications and you don't need to spend you know an hour or two of a lawyer's rhyme answering these things so we're seeing. The idea of the frequently asked is questions. Yes making its way into the conversational legal robots yes. I'm feel like back in the day. You know. Sometimes little newspapers would have you could write in. And then yeah they they would say oh. This is my complaint with a neighbor. How do I do this or my trash isn't getting collected or you know little legal legal issues in a lawyer would go and write weekly pick a few and do that and I feel like now instead of that where the lawyer goes and picks two or three and writes about it now the majority of things can be answered and in real time just about so? Oh how do they go about doing this. And how do they make it cost efficient because to have an actual lawyer sitting behind this chat Bot and answering questions as they come in might not be a good use of time. I'm for that lawyer. But that doesn't mean that the firms till can't offer that service so we've started to see more intelligent. Ai Enabled Chat bots where they're doing more more than just answering an FAQ very general FAQ's that people can find on their site. They're starting to give. I don't know if it's exactly legal advice. But it's legal suggestions gestures and saying well look here or we've seen this in other cases or you know this is. This is something that you can look into
"trainee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In you miss their Jacobson director instructed Altman and top instructor here and I'm a trainee get me really set some light on what's going on today in the markets in the things we need to be focusing on those individuals we talked a little bit about you even those retirement age individuals how time is just not on your side right the the opportunity to rebound from a drop in the market is just something that you don't generally have time for your talking anybody really kind of fifty five older we start having one of those major corrections you just don't have that ten or fifteen years that it takes to get back to quote unquote break even now the other thing that we talked about and that that last segment is how somebody stole my cart and my Cup of coffee at target and as you can tell two segments into the show and I'm still talking about it it really it really cut me deep I didn't didn't didn't know somebody would stoop so low on this beautiful day as to take my coffee and my cart but one of the things there is we're very much we've been concerned about with individuals that their earnings that their gains I guess I should say in their retirement account is that a down market could come and take those gains away just like somebody took my coffee and my cart today at Starbucks but really can happen that easily it can happen that simply just by not paying attention and not even understanding what to look for in the market I know we want to kick this segment off with kind of new year new life as were as were just kind of crossing that middle middle ground here in this in in January the first month of two thousand and twenty we've got our twenty twenty vision but what are some of the things that that we really want to what messages do you want to put out for everybody out there along with this kind of new year new life type of that type of thing we're gonna hold in this segment well I think it comes down to that if again your somebody has been looking at your life the last couple years and asking why is it that I don't seem to making the income that most people are making the answer is you're spending too much time thinking about it last time actually doing something about it and what we call this is learning how to work right so many people out there they heard this their whole lives don't work hard work smart the problem is we don't work hard we don't work smart we want to work right we want to DO successful things that other people are doing we want to find someone who can model the way and usually that's done through education and so I always ask this question at that time of the show again Ryan if you're gonna go to medical school you want to know what doctor right a doctor right if you want to be an engineer where do you go engineering school to become a pilot where do you go to school if you are becoming a lawyer where do you go actually law school right wouldn't you want to go somewhere to learn how to trade we're with is a proven track record for over twenty two years we've been able to help students understand the understanding and foundation of how these markets really work not from the perspective of Wall Street tells us but from what they actually do and so this is a great year twenty twenty new decade to finally get something into perspective that's been kind of daunting to most people why they give their money away they just don't focus on it and allow yourself the opportunity exactly the five percenters knows how to generate money by managing risk and more importantly using leverage yeah absolutely and it is a common practice those are you know leverage risk management those are key things as far as things are outlined inside of a planned you I like to call your plan of attack your action items whatever the the kind of trigger word is for you for for you that you like but it is these are tools at your disposal and there's been a an interesting kind of conversations I ran into before excuse the word leverage and I've noticed that some some of the brokerage companies rather than saying leverage they say they say like cash efficient you know they use these different terms because the word leverage has has a little bit of a negative connotation with some of our listeners in yeah I'm talking you boomer and that happens is is you know this cash is king and don't do this and don't do that the reality is that we use leverage all the time and you mentioned credit cards earlier credit cards are a great tool right there great tool that you can use and and that you can you can actually give us a lot of flexibility and freedom with that and a lot of rewards right with all the points that are out there but miss used they can be very very bad you know you talked about the late night purchase that goes from three thousand to two thousand or three hundred to two thousand make it you know because only the minimums are made on a different things like that miss used anything can be can be bad a the the the comparison I make a lot of times is a chain saw chainsaw is a very very powerful tool that used appropriately is great right used under not appropriately by an untrained individual it's not the best thing right it can be actually quite catastrophic now leveraging all these different things really no matter what you want to call it whether it's catch a fish leverage their tools but you need to understand how to use them if you just go in and start trading futures without the appropriate knowledge without the appropriate skill set that's a very dangerous thing that's a very risky thing but understanding how they work understanding how to manage risk now those are two very powerful tools but used appropriately can be great great great assets what would you do.
"trainee" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Causing the engine to stall increasing risk of a crash recall covering certain twenty eighteen and nineteen models of many Toyotas including Lexus Cameri four runner Highlander another's owner should be notified by mid March U. S. expels twenty one Saudi military flight training students after the deadly shooting last month by a fellow Saudi trainee at the Pensacola Naval Air Station ABC news chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas says the feds found that seventeen of the trainees had jihadi literature and fifteen had kiddie porn on their computers one of the things that the US government is doing is looking at the vetting that was done before these trainees came to the United States they're working with the Saudis on that an obviously looking at our own procedures to see if we can do more looking at these people before they come to you know stick filing federal civil rights lawsuit accusing the city of Saint Louis and local police union of a racist conspiracy aimed at forcing her out of office St Louis city prosecutor Kym Gardner the police union calls are allegations desperate and pathetic fallout from the Houston Astros opposing teams signals stealing scandal Astros owner Jim crane is now firing team GM Jeff Luna one manager AJ Hinch both now out we want to be known as playing by the rules we broke the rules we accept the punishment before they were fired Major League Baseball had suspended Lunel enhanced the team also now loses first and second round draft picks in twenty twenty and twenty twenty one and faces a five million dollar fine the most severe possible are Alex stone Russian government hackers penetrated internal systems a breeze much Ukrainian based oil and gas from that once said vice president Biden's son it's boards as a Silicon Valley based cyber security company you're listening to.
"trainee" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Because I love it that you said that your that your coach that your mentor that you're working with said, you know, do you really not know are you just kind of resisting it, and what I always loved to remind people is that when they feel like they're in this, powerless state of not knowing, you know, I don't I can't grow. No matter. What I do. I can't get out of this x y and z I can't can't make a move. I can't make a shift. My I loved the response. 'cause I I always love to stay as curious as a can is. You know, what if you did know what would the answer be? You know, like Indian, you know, what would the answer be just like guess, he, you know, like, just guests something, and I think that a lot of times, it's just it. It's taking that one small step or making that one small shift like what she asked you will do really not know or you just kind of resisting it that allows you to kind of get out of your own way a little bit. What you had mentioned about, you know, just in. It's interesting. How a lot of times a lot of us really do have to hit the rock bottom before we make a change. I think that it's unfortunate that yet. It is so common like it happens to everyone. It's happens me. It's happened. Like it happens every person that I know it it it was this monumental thing. That happened that made them wake up in be like, okay. I can't live this way. More from doing that to kind of questions for you. Where did you find a mentor and a coach in in in? How did you know what you were looking for him? What you needed in? Where did you find that person? And then my next question. Would be now that you've started to make those shifts in you're starting to get to the other individ. How has your mindset change? Was a great questions. I talk a lot about mentor in because in my broadcast career that was super crucial. I mean, I'm sure you know, about how women are treated in sports as reporters, and we are as in many jobs, we are very few and far between oftentimes I was the only woman in the room. And so for me at a very young age to, cultivate, those relationships with women that would show me. What was right? What was wrong what was appropriate while wasn't had advocate for for myself. How to say, no. And how to really have that professional relationship with a player coach, but not move past that to protect myself, those kinds of mentors were so important to the end they continue to be friends with me to this day. I lean on them because I think that that kind of information in that relationship at a young age of super ordinance. And now when I look at my mentors in women that are in my drive in my circle that really take care of me. I think for me, for example, my mentor that came over the other day, I call her my mentor. I've never called her that to her face. If she'd probably laugh at me because she's just a really good friend of mine, but she is older she has three kids. She's she's gone through this whole spiritual school in trainee. She is a life coach for people. And I think that I have just really tried to cultivate, relationships with women that lift me higher and that don't ask for anything from me. I think when you're young it's even on social media..
"trainee" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Kirkwood and a police trainee shot in Saint Louis. I'm Brian Kelly. Camelot's news time is seven oh four dean devore has your forecast at seven ten at doesn't include a little bit of rain few details being released so far and yesterday afternoon's shooting in Kirkwood happened about three thirty near New York. Straight victim is said to be in stable condition. No names released and no word on who shot that person or why with less than a month ago until police academy. Graduation a Saint Louis police department trainee is wounded during a ride along at least chief John Hayden said Saturday night, the twenty nine year old female recruit was hit by a ricochet bullet it happened before six o'clock in the seventy seven hundred block of Alaska chief Hayden says a twenty nine year old male officer fired shots at a dog that bursts through a door at police responding to a disturbance call one of the bullets hit the trainee in the left wrist Hayden called the injury. Minor and said. Recruit should be able to complete her training on time Brad show. Newsradio eleven twenty Cam wet yesterday morning's death of us in trillion. Illinois woman is being investigated as a homicide precious. Jones was founded her home in the four hundred block of Anderson just before three thirty. She had been shot. Illinois state police helping Centralia with the investigation. The Madison County coroner has scheduled an autopsy for tomorrow now much is known yet about an overnight shooting that happened apparently on I sixty four Saint Louis. Police initially reported at about two thirty this morning. It happened at south kings highway police now tell camel exit there talking to Illinois officials because it may have happened on that side of the river. No details been released at how many people were hurt or on their conditions. Other shootings overnight one person in stable condition after being shot just before one this morning at Goodfellow. And celebrate court one person hospitalized after being shot just before noon yesterday. He's in his thirties. He was at a traffic light at west floors at shreve when he. Was head. He then drove himself to the hospital came watch news time is seven oh, six Jefferson County sheriff Dave marshek says on Twitter, it will likely be tomorrow before the identities of the two men killed in a Festus plane crash Arkan firmed dental records are being used marshek says he was told the plane had been in the pilot's family for over forty years, and the father and son duo fluid Festus from New York to restore electrical failure reported from the cockpit as the plane approached the runway Thursday night. It's thirty years in prison for a man involved in a twenty twelve police chase that ended in a deadly crash in Hazelwood Twenty-seven-year-old Reno. Wet juniors already serving a fifteen year term for vehicle tampering and resisting arrest a jury found wood guilty in June of second degree murder in the death of his car's passenger Ricky Nelson. University city is getting a one point nine million dollar federal grant a boost its firefighter staffing. Mayor Terry crews says it addresses a concern that's weighed heavily on residents minds for the past few years. The money comes from the staffing for adequate fire and emergency response or safer program. The metro east humane societies holding a fundraiser today in pontoon beach, it's called potty in the park, pontoon beach, mayor might Pagano share details on his Facebook page. Six is the music. It opens a ten through Trump's vendors. There's going to be dogs there that you can adopt rescues the event is being held.
"trainee" Discussed on Critical Role
"Conversation you continue up the spiral staircase coming to where the wall had been blown down and then cleared out from you guys to enter and there's you hear the familiar sound of rushing water you climb out back into the much cooler airflow that's blowing through the trainee and tunnel their youtube oats are still affixed pulled up onto the edge of the river and can i say that as soon as i left this chamber tagged along behind my new monk best friend and set the globe us in the air around is even though she has the goals and just wide walking trying to read every page of john okay and we'll continue to on the boats catching you're welcome thank you for saving me go bro all right so who's taking which boat i would like to get into vote with kayla yasha caleb and one side me the rest of the other the other boat all right at the motor so guys going up back where you came the river going the river continues going forth ahead where you were current goes away from the direction camp correct but it's a strong current it's just a lazy going just a little harder to see what's down the river bit wanted back onto muscle sisters could could get us up his car you couldn't push retiring and we're already out this four might as well see where it goes for a little bit scary they could be wrong.
"trainee" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK
"And whatever he explains to you would always remain a fucking concept who you until you experience a just like the female energy that i talk to you about we can never experienced that it's so inside of that we can only believing concepts and so as you walk into the structure called warri we can you come in and you recognize that telling the truth is a fucking art but there is a science behind it there is a blueprint and the mechanics behind it to stop you goddamn fucking lies there is training that is required for you to become an elite elite man at stop fucking lying that's right here we trainee on two things how to stop fucking lying and how to tell the truth all the time that's what this strain is all about and we train at from a place of experience this is not a place where you know you're coming for to become an athlete physically or to become a man of god or to become a family man or soul so productive and business and production this is a place where you combine experience having at all having it all at the same time that in order to be a man of god and family man and businessman and as well as taking care of your body you don't have to sacrifice one area for another one and you get to live this game every single day you gamified life and you put a purpose in the meaning behind it and this purpose meaning is now driving you to operate and make sure that the game is played.
"trainee" Discussed on TourÃ© Show
"While you're talking and not answering them for some reason it i can deal with it it just the talk radio trainee actually really helped me with that and then i think the other thing that's helped me what what he will there's two one is negative wants positive on the negative side i had to get used to the prompter to me the biggest impediment to do my job as the prompter i hate the prompt early were i don't like reading it it just it's it's more natural to me to add live than to just read that frequent prompter you're supposed to read it in a way that does not suggest you are read right that you were just talking this is quite us this is a skill yet pitching that out is the best she's extraordinary in the business added and you know what makes what helps with the proper and i said i hate the prompter regardless but what does help is you really have to be involved in writing with you on their prompter and there's varying degrees of that in the business i mean there are people who do a lot of inner people don't do a lot of it but i do a lot of it i have great producers who write the segments and then i go in and i joyu is it and make sure that it's we've talked about it in advance really gone over what i want it to be they've written it they produced it and then i go back in an ms with it i can read cold off the prompter and that's fine but i just don't like the prompter as a thing because you come from talk radio you'd rather just improvise if do you sometimes tell my just blanked the prompter i'll just talk it out and we end there's tied there's times on if we have like for instance of breaking news that us or something new that we're adding we just blanked the prompter and just do it which i actually prefer but you do need what you need the prompter for is the tv shows are a lot also about produced elements that go into this piece of video and.
"trainee" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Equipment until companies a trainee equipment services her holdings um also construction material and equipment names volkan materials eagle materials martin marietta these are the names that we've been talking about for quite some time now since trump's selection out it'll be interesting to see if they really do get the prompted some have expected so is there any concern at the infrastructure is a really high costintensive business and new yes there might be investments but there are also might be borrowing in order to sort of uh increase capacity enough to keep up with this is there any concern about that especially given the fact that rates are rising oh share absolutely not it's a huge issue for the mid cap space as a whole and infrastructure has been one of the big um theses to the mid cap at over the last you know year and some odd months here so um i think it's important for investors to pay attention to the whole picture as he said that includes the credit costs will just to go back to the infrastructure issue i noticed for example over the weekend advertisements for in the etf called pave that's the global exu s infrastructure development a etf it includes several of the companies that you just described so it's not as if the industry is not responding to this proposal for infrastructure spending at least as far as trying to get those investment dollars is is there any indication though that you know you can directly correlate one to the other because he's our longterm projects and you don't the company's if you have fifty companies in the tf that doesn't necessarily mean that the one company that gets the contract is going to move the whole the whole fund now i finally got point i mean he's half now fat kind of a way of hedging our bets if you're not sure which companies going to get the get the bid um certainly that etf has seen um just monster gains over the last six months um but again it's important to remember that you know there um certainly still a lot of questions in washington about whether this proposal will go forward as its um as it's been made so out there's a lot of questions out there and we still don't know enough so catherine let's say it turns out to be dead in the water with.
"trainee" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Onecom we are everything entertainment i'm calling lindstrom that's bradley training and me nope i'ma a traynor not a trainee coop one and appropriately here you're crazy stupid idiots well then i guess one could say that's a crazy stupidity kaliningrad levers c as it stands for currency stupid and he had surged sure does why well because the world is full easy stupidity it's dumb people doing dumb thing has repeatedly over and over again oftentimes stain ah of the lord god look what he wants swanson gruber lookie here going to vero beach all right i guess we are uh uh wear a family woke up in the middle of the night to the sound of footsteps on the roof no it was santa claus no bradley it was a man by the name of jakub i'm going to go ahead and say his last name as fought each oh that name from maybe i don't know but mr jakub was stomping on their rough all gouge all god's harry young will so the opposite of santa claus oh stomping on their roof and when they won't came said hey what are you do when yelling howling in walking on the roofs he said that he was there i to meet a d he agents oh sure novyafron declare on the roof of their home if i were to put words or a sound to his face kinda looks like the at wealth per maybe in her they are young you'll third pretty adequate i would say he was the they of course called the authorities anza should the authorities arrived in when they asked if he was under the influence he explained to them very calmly that he had injected method approximately two am loko her drugs don't to yet don't do drugs dudayev also the d he aid agent that he was meeting never showed up shocker yeah fortunately usually they're better keeping nerve gas scana bummer also appeared place to be meeting but you know yeah but you know i to judge i dunno i mean it's it's a new day in america through we do things different now boom what he got got elaborate you mean for a crazy stupidity and yes yes okay let's go to florida show we i want you to meet some one this is my friend he's 22 moon we're not france his name is eric di are.
"trainee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fell four years and i had a trainee with me for work in the mid not shift out of those high lakes sensor hit went off and we responded to it now i had always carried a revolver previous to this night but the border patrol changed his policy and decided it every one would carry a semiautomatic handgun he came with a holster a different type culture than what i had ever use floor and if it very very close to the clock a few minutes went by we started to here very very slight noise up on the hillside a nurse by trainee was starting to get pretty excited about it and then i realized that it was only an animal because it was much too quiet to be people short told him said is probably a dear let at path within probably five to ten seconds after that i heard the most terrifying noise i ever heard my life in a regime outlined screaming a voice heard it described as the scream of a woman being murdered but i have never heard a human scream that could come anywhere near what amount lyon scream is like it's something that you just have to here for yourself to truly under style so when we when we heard this the scream both of us turn around i i never move so fast in my life and i caught a glimpse of this fool rome outline charging i went for my gun and i could not get the gun out of the of the stock and i was ripping impaired as hard as i could oleg pistol and at the same time solve the care charging right at us so i started yelling at the train ada shoot em budget herenu gunfire i don't know that the trainee get his gun out or if he was just petrified with fear and at the very last second mechat regarded off his son and within the nanno second i lost sight of him and then i heard him yet it's true prey which was the dear and then the scream and started all over again and it was worse than the first cream it was a combination of the animal he hit hit and then the cavs used tear in it to pieces but a scary scariest mountain lions were they weren't the only thing out there to be afraid of.
"trainee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Fell four years in i had a trainee with me for work in the mid not shift out of the tie lakes since her hid went off and we responded to it now i had always carried a revolver previous to this night but the border patrol changed his policy and decided that everyone makarius a mild magic handgun he came with a holster a different type culture than what i had ever used floor and if it very very close to the block few minutes went by we started here very very slight noise of on the hillside a north mca trainee was starting to get pretty excited about it and then i realized that it was only an animal because it was much too quiet to be people so i told him said is probably a let it pass within raleigh five to ten seconds after that i heard the most terrifying noise i ever heard my lawn and others mountain lions screaming a voice heard it described as the scream of a of a woman being murdered but i have never heard the human scream that could come anywhere near what a mountain lions scream is like is something that you just have to here for yourself the true under style so when we when we heard this the scream both of us turnaround i i never move so fast in my life and i caught a glimpse of this fool rome outlined charging with my gun and i could not get the gun out the overstock and i was riven and tear in his heart as i could on them pistol and at the same time solved the cab charging right atas so i started yelling at the training to shoot em inherently gunfire i don't know trainee cannot get his gun out more if he was just petrified with and at the very last second mechat darted off and within the dan osa again a wall side of him and then i heard him hit it's true prey which was the beer and then the scream and started all over again and it was worse than the first cream it was a combination of the animal he had hit and in the captors turn it to pieces.
"trainee" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"Show producer paul flab reported from joint base san antonio lack lindt on the national guards first muslim chaplain rafael antigua and wild paul was there he witnessed this glad what you got you got a hand of a class meant explained to trainees that you can tell a military chaplain just about anything and still enjoy confidentiality on and faith this is kind of a unique privilege and then people at wanted to drive the point home that allows a person is say i i'm going to be able to say what i need to say how i need to say it he tells the trainees to sit down when they hear some type of confession that they think he as a military chaplain would have to report is our if fierce it in that if you're sitting down that's what you're saying any runs through a few scenarios someone tells him they're contemplating suicide grow the japanese they chaplain out thinking about killing myself take them a life just three trainees i left standing murder my fellow trainees or get into my last nerves i think i'm gonna take muqibla tonight and i'm gonna bunk the bunk at terror plot okay an act of terrorism a tablet witted a utility closet got some chemicals putting some together i'm about to be macgyver up in this s sole trainee is still on her feet and she's right give her a round of applause ali and the military chaplin's worked for their confidentiality its air tight i know that seoul surprising the people but the military chaplain and only the military chaplain is protected air required by federal law to keep his or her mouth shut at all tom our guests are retired military chaplain john weatherly and prison chaplain an imam ricky.
"trainee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Away for a short period of time how much of a factor is parenting here so i was somewhat surprised why interviewed i gend teens how many of them are deeply aware the negative effects of smart found parenting is playing a role i think many parents are worried about thirteen striving in going out with their friends and drinking yet parents are often not worrying about their teen him stays at home but his on their phone all the time they all is just how teens are so they should be worried about that i think parents are are worried about the wrong thing given how serious you've talked about this this issue in this problem what are some of the solutions you've come to some ideas that can help people are listening so the first is just awareness that spending a lot of time a fund is not harmless and that it may take away from activities that are more beneficial for a psychological wellbeing like spending time with people in person then for parents i think it is good idea to put off giving your child a smartphone as long as you can and then once you teen has uh smart found there are apps that allow parents to restrict the number of hours a day that teens are on their smartphone and also what time of day they use it so you can have it turn off at ten o'clock at night in not turn back on tells six o'clock in the morning to you make sure it doesn't interfere with their sleep for example gene trainee is author of i jan that book comes out later this month her piece in the atlantic is titled have smartphones destroyed a generation thanks so much thank.
"trainee" Discussed on AMP 97.1 FM
"So trainee brag god sure in view firm it's called for him no as pace jio froyo good zones we learned owner the fighting i was shown razer trai xavier prayer raises iowa sale peso way.
"trainee" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"Throw addle throttle line not like a dialogue line just like a like grappling hook trainee had some thing and they just didn't they just didn't it was really awkward like the whole thing was really awkward um in a way that just felt like these two people should not really be dating it seems like ensure enough rachel was picking up on at too because she sent him home she sent him home and so we go straight to the rose ceremony this episode actually ends with a row ceremony just like the old days wa a treat rachel's gave very emotional a thorough ceremony uh and she talks about how she doesn't really like to show motion but the person she's eliminate tonight is going to be her hardest person to eliminate yet so rachel talks about how she's like in this land where hamlet took place and she's thinking about the shakespeare quote from hamlet tonight on self betrayal and in this moment under slightly who could who could you be sending home at la and also what an unusual bachelorette he was the first however had a bachelor quote shakespeare itera ceremony ever alway um but yeah i couldn't figure out who she was saying home advisor me really worried like fuck blake yahoo shiama out an who she in live sending home was alex who was from the ellen date the ellen day he was he was dancing he's the i don't know if he's he speaks russian off he's like um immigrated from from their first generation or whatever.
"trainee" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"The trainees are given a puppy on then it then i like us prior notice as bad at the end of their first year of training they must then strangle the puppy now a dog now a one year old dog seven year old in dog your listeners horrible they have to kill it with their own hands and if they don't you were killed yourself and fed to the surviving dogs a trainee who fails at any task in training any task at any time is called to graduate and unsullied must by a newborn from the slave market and kill it in front of its mother guys this is bad his very that the people that make it through this process become unsullied unthinking unflinching killers and you can buy and groups of a hundred or a thousand ho what a bargain arrigo guys do i hit off i wondered killers of the also won a reputation for efficient and costeffective killing at cohor four hundred years ago during the century of blood which was the century of chaos that happened after the fall of leiria the dourthe raqi arose at this time sweeping in from the east destroying cities burning looting blah blah blah blah blah the leaders of cohor saw that vis a hoard was coming for them so they're like okay we got to build up the walls we got a double the city guard and we need an army they bought to sell sort companies great and then almost as an afterthought they're like okay with us we need let's unsullied so they send for three thousand unsullied from asked.
"trainee" Discussed on Science Friday
"Latelet me go to a quick phone call to noel in oaklandhiwelcome to signs friday heyirai'm telling migrate uncle was a old trainee movie uh and director at mgm for many many years andi was looking through some books that i have all the stills and he directed up a big splashy movie with in the marin man attorneyjudygarland and they were kind of the three big stars called big folk girl and i was looking at the three women and i was thinking about how you know for duty and for um what's her face the blow on things turned out so bad because of all of the negative that came with that wall as um a movie stars that drugs and alcohol and all that and i guess i thought had he's life turned out differently but then i just heard but diane said and maybe it knitting other than she became reclusive i thought maybe that kind of gave her some protection from the downfalls with that holly life match editor alec off okaythanks social eushe had scientists are buffer is what i guess the colors something else to turn to in hollywood waiting to take a break oh we have lots from a lot more to talk about a heady lamarwithdankruger actress uh bombshell in forthcoming tv series on haiti's inventive side and richard roads author of haiti'sfaleigh the life from breakthrough inventions of haitilamar helped in 2011 from cannot and our number 8447248255stay with us you can also tweet us at sigh fry we'll be back right after this break support for this podcast comes from child what did you could find anything in seconds will now you can with child the tiny bluetooth tracker that makes finding your things easier than ever is simply attached tile tear keys your wallet your laptop even your bike anything you don't wanna lose then when something is misplaced find it easily just opened the free thailand on your phone to see your lost item on the map than quickly find your item by making your.