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"troy michigan" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | Last month

"troy michigan" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Listen to NBC News correspondent dasha burns yesterday who was tasked with the very challenging process of interviewing somebody who is right now the leading candidate to win senator in Pennsylvania. Listen to what dasha burns said about their ill fated interview with John fetterman. We had a monitor set up so that he could read my questions because he still has lingering auditory processing issues as a result of the stroke, which means he has a hard time understanding what he's hearing. Now once he reads the question, he's able to understand. You'll hear he also still has some problems, some challenges with speech. And I'll say Katie that Justin some of the small talk prior to the interview before the closed captioning was up and running, it did seem that he had a hard time understanding our conversation and heard there. The auditory processing challenges this speech challenges. I've spoken with stroke experts. They say folks can fully recover from that. But the caveat that every expert gives is that they can't fully assess a patient without details on their health records without that information that the campaign has yet to disclose. We've asked multiple times for medical records. We've asked for interviews with someone from his medical team. Those requests have so far been denied to NBC News and other outlets that have requested this. Now, again, auditory processing, that's a polite way of saying somebody is in comprehending words.

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Join Us in Michigan for the Battleground Talkers Tour

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

Join Us in Michigan for the Battleground Talkers Tour

"You're in Michigan, you know where to be this Thursday night. Because we kind of kick off the battleground talkers tour with a big event at the San Marino club in Troy Michigan. Now I've already teased Hewitt because I said, I hope we can get Michigan folks to show up, considering you're such a unabashed Ohio sports fan. Big rivalry between the Buckeye state and michiganders, of course. It's going to be a lot of fun, we're going to kick off the battleground talkers tour at the San Marino club in Troy. It's this Thursday night. 7 30 is I believe when the event starts, Daryl wood will be there. He's the terrific host of 6 o'clock talk. He interviewed me the other day. About the event in Detroit and I want you to come join us.

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Just got some good news about our battleground talkers tour in Atlanta. We just got word that senator Ted Cruz will join us on stage. I'll be there with doctor Sebastian gorka, Dennis prager. This is going to be a massive massive whirlwind adventure. We start a week from today in Detroit. I'll be there with my friend and colleague Hugh Hewitt, kudos to Hugh, great interview this morning with Herschel Walker. Hugh is without a doubt about the best interviewer in the business. And he gets all the news making interviews so proud of the work that Hugh often does with some of these big, big names like Herschel Walker this morning. So you and I will be there a week from a week from tonight today will be at the San Marino club in Troy, Michigan. Daryl wood hosted 6 o'clock talk will be, I think the MC, I'm gonna be on Daryl's show tonight at I think it's 6 O 5 this evening, so join me for that. But kudos to WDW TK, the patriot, 101.5 FM, a.m. 1400 in Detroit. We'll see you a week from today, and then Tampa, my home based Tampa Bay, Sunday, a week from Sunday, October 16th will be at the Brian glazer family JCC over there on Howard avenue, north Howard avenue in Tampa. I'll be there along with Brandon Tatum, doctor Sebastian gorka, special guest appearance by wired differently CEO Todd sailor and Todd is a really, really neat guy, had a chance to meet him a couple of weeks ago real inspiring voice, great motivational American and you're going to learn all about wired differently and he'll be along with us in Tampa. Then on to Orlando, faith assembly church. That's Monday, October 17th. It'll be me, Dennis prager, Sebastian gorka,

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Sen. Ted Cruz to Join Battleground Talkers Tour in Atlanta

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz to Join Battleground Talkers Tour in Atlanta

"Just got some good news about our battleground talkers tour in Atlanta. We just got word that senator Ted Cruz will join us on stage. I'll be there with doctor Sebastian gorka, Dennis prager. This is going to be a massive massive whirlwind adventure. We start a week from today in Detroit. I'll be there with my friend and colleague Hugh Hewitt, kudos to Hugh, great interview this morning with Herschel Walker. Hugh is without a doubt about the best interviewer in the business. And he gets all the news making interviews so proud of the work that Hugh often does with some of these big, big names like Herschel Walker this morning. So you and I will be there a week from a week from tonight today will be at the San Marino club in Troy, Michigan. Daryl wood hosted 6 o'clock talk will be, I think the MC, I'm gonna be on Daryl's show tonight at I think it's 6 O 5 this evening, so join me for that. But kudos to WDW TK, the patriot, 101.5 FM, a.m. 1400 in Detroit. We'll see you a week from today, and then Tampa, my home based Tampa Bay, Sunday, a week from Sunday, October 16th will be at the Brian glazer family JCC over there on Howard avenue, north Howard avenue in Tampa. I'll be there along with Brandon Tatum, doctor Sebastian gorka, special guest appearance by wired differently CEO Todd sailor and Todd is a really, really neat guy, had a chance to meet him a couple of weeks ago real inspiring voice, great motivational American and you're going to learn all about wired differently and he'll be along with us in Tampa. Then on to Orlando, faith assembly church. That's Monday, October 17th. It'll be me, Dennis prager, Sebastian gorka,

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stocks in Asia saw some heavy selling overnight. And you wanted first several fed officials beat the drum for higher interest rates. So do we. Crypto is in focus today. We're coming off another day of declines on Wall Street. Bloomberg daybreak. With Karen Moscow and Nathan Hager. Straight ahead related local headlines, plus a check of sports. We see more names at 5 eastern on Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. This is a Bloomberg money minute, Wall Street took a breather from the brutal sell off that has gripped the market since last week's interest rate hike. Now industrials rose 549, the S&P added 72, the NASDAQ gained 222. Rising mortgage rates continued to pour cold water on housing. The national association of realtors says purchase contract signings fell 2% in August to an 11 year low rates of top 6 and a half percent. Apple is hitting the brakes on iPhone production for the rest of this year after an expected demand surge failed to materialize. Sources say Apple has told suppliers to target production of 90 million phones about the same as last year. Cartier is betting on strong U.S. demand for luxury goods. The French jeweler and watchmaker plans to open up to ten stores in the U.S. in the coming years, including Palm Beach, Florida, Seattle, Austin, Texas, and Troy, Michigan, Lowry kofsky, Bloomberg radio. Yeah, I'm what you doing with your phone. Taking pictures? No. I'm asking a question. Like what? Hey Bobo, do flowers have best Friends? I'm sorry. I'm afraid

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I'm excited about our battleground talkers tour and we've got a website now showing all the cities. And you know, I actually kicked things off. I've been talking about starting in Tampa, but I actually started in Detroit. And I so sorry that I have sort of a slighted our Detroit patriot Friends that the patriot is a great radio station in Detroit and we are proud to be on their team. W D TK, the patriot, and Thursday is really when the tour starts. It's Thursday, October 13th at the San Marino club in Troy, Michigan. Then we go to Tampa, which is where I'm based. That's going to be Sunday. And then we go on to Orlando and Atlanta and Philly and Pittsburgh and Columbus and Phoenix. We travel from city to city, a whole bunch of us, Hewitt, gorka, Tatum, Kirk, metaxas, Gallagher, prager, will be going to a coming to a city near you. I hope you'll join us for tickets. I mean, for the event to get tickets, all you have to do is go to battleground tour dot com. Battleground tour dot com at the website that shows all the stops and don't forget Detroit Thursday, October 13th at the San Marino club in Troy, tickets are on sale now. Tickets are available from market to market, and I can't wait to be on stage with my colleagues from the Salem radio network. I can't wait to meet you in person. These rallies are so fun, they're energetic, their inspirational,

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Check out the Battleground Talkers Tour

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Check out the Battleground Talkers Tour

"I'm excited about our battleground talkers tour and we've got a website now showing all the cities. And you know, I actually kicked things off. I've been talking about starting in Tampa, but I actually started in Detroit. And I so sorry that I have sort of a slighted our Detroit patriot Friends that the patriot is a great radio station in Detroit and we are proud to be on their team. W D TK, the patriot, and Thursday is really when the tour starts. It's Thursday, October 13th at the San Marino club in Troy, Michigan. Then we go to Tampa, which is where I'm based. That's going to be Sunday. And then we go on to Orlando and Atlanta and Philly and Pittsburgh and Columbus and Phoenix. We travel from city to city, a whole bunch of us, Hewitt, gorka, Tatum, Kirk, metaxas, Gallagher, prager, will be going to a coming to a city near you. I hope you'll join us for tickets. I mean, for the event to get tickets, all you have to do is go to battleground tour dot com. Battleground tour dot com at the website that shows all the stops and don't forget Detroit Thursday, October 13th at the San Marino club in Troy, tickets are on sale now. Tickets are available from market to market, and I can't wait to be on stage with my colleagues from the Salem radio network. I can't wait to meet you in person. These rallies are so fun, they're energetic, their inspirational,

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Year's rapid surge, the average for a 30 year loan fell to 4.99% from 5.3% last week. That's a Bloomberg business flash, Bloomberg markets continues now Paul Sweeney, and Matt Miller. All right, in business school, I learned when you get GDP contractions two quarters in a row, that's a recession. Now people are telling me, not so fast, we've got a strong consumer. We've got everybody's kind of got a job if they want one. Wages are going up a little bit. I don't know. But let's bring in someone who does this for a living Russell price. He's a chief economist, used to have a real job as an equity research analyst. We'll get to that in a minute. But now he's gone over to the Bloomberg financial has picked him as the best. Well, one of the best. One of the most accurate economic forecasters in our benchmark consensus serving. He's an American financial. And most importantly, he joins us live here in a Bloomberg interactive broker studio. So Russell, the economy, I know we've got a lot of headwinds out there, and I know we've got some GDP data that's just we're in a recession, but some people are telling me not so fast. How do you think about it? You know, I think it's much more important just to look at the overall data rather than trying to label it whether it's a recession or not a recession. Either way you look at it. The economy is slowed down and it's likely to slow further. So I think we'll probably be right around the break-even point for a couple of quarters. We could slip into portions where consumer activity and business investment spending are actually negative. They haven't been there quite yet. Consumers have our very strong. So I think it's really based on the numbers. We're not in a recession yet, but we could yet still be. You know, to me, it's highlighted the difference in real and nominal GDP. So my whole life, we've focused on real GDP, but apparently in my dad's day, you know, they focused on nominal GDP. And I realized that you can the distinction is elementary. It's just inflation. But you can also interpret nominal GDP growth to mean, you know, we have an incredible amount of demand here. You know, Paul and I have been hearing all year that this inflation is all caused by the supply side and the fed can't do anything about it. And lately, economists have been telling us, you know, maybe this still strong nominal growth means that there's a pretty big demand component to this inflation. Yeah, I would agree with that. I think demand is very strong. It goes to show just how strong it is that the real consumer spending data in the GDP report has still been positive. So in other words, what that means is consumers are spending above and beyond the increase in prices that they're experiencing via inflation. So again, it goes to show just how strong consumers are. And so I always spend as much as I can. Yeah, usually about 20 to 25% more than I earn. That's your strategy. Yeah, that's my rule. Personal financial. Well, look, you know, Mary Daly at the San Francisco fed. The other day, I think she was in an interview with Reuters. She said, I don't feel the pain of inflation anymore. This is a direct quote, by the way, Paul. Okay. She said, I see prices rising, but I have enough that I can make substitutions. I can do things. She's saying she makes enough. But of course she gets paid $422,000. And then has some pretty good investments as well. Are there people in this country who are really being hit hard and hurt by inflation? Oh, sure, absolutely. People that spend the bulk of their income on daily necessities and certainly for housing for rent and certainly for gasoline and household utilities, how slow do utilities is kind of an under the radar inflation component because it's been going up at a strong pace and is likely to go up even further because natural gas prices are rising. And about 38% of the United States households get electricity is generated via natural gas. So no matter how you heat your home coming in the winter is still going to be a higher price and that's going to squeeze people still yet. I'd say this can be a huge story Matt and Europe coming up with this energy. I mean, we got to stay on top of it because you have to wait till my electric bill last month was $1500. Electric and gas. But if you weren't Berlin, like you were recently, it's going to be really ugly coming up this way. Well, if Berliners had air conditioners, it was already bad. That's right. But they choose not to live well. That's right. Russell talked to us about the jobs market, we'd get a big data point tomorrow. We had jobs claims came in line today, but showing some pickup in jobless claims. How do you think about the labor market? Yeah, I think there's pockets where we are seeing some actual layoffs, but there's still a relatively modest overall pocket. I don't think we're seeing broad scale cuts by any means, but we are seeing slowdown in the pace of hiring. That was evidenced with the other day, the jobs were the jolts report. So I think that we're going to slow down for the month of July when it's reported. Well, I'm looking for a gain of about 240,000. I do expect the unemployment rate to tick down to 3.5% because the household survey has been flat for a few months and I think we'll get a little bit of a gain there, which good momentarily dropped the unemployment rate, but I think it will probably rise slightly over the second half. And so that gives the fed basically more ammunition to raise race. Jim bullard yesterday said he wants to see the rates of the fed rates at the end of this year at three 75 to four. And we're hearing people forecasting terminal rates at 5 to 6. They were outliers, but that group is getting bigger and bigger. Is that what you think as well? No, we think that the terminal rate will probably be around somewhere between three and a half and four. So we're a little bit more optimistic. And then what? Pause, or do they go back down? I think a pause. I think the pause will be a period of time, but I don't think they'll next year. I do not expect them to start to cut once again, but I think over the second half of the year, we will start to see inflation data more broadly where we see any commodities and lumber prices, things like that. We're always seeing and apparel, things like that. We're already seeing those declines, but we need to see it more broadly in the CPI and PCE numbers. And I think by the end of the year, we are going to be seeing that with the couple of months under our belt. I Russell, great, great stuff. Thanks very much for coming in. Russell price, chief economist for mayor price financial based in Troy, Michigan, which is a very nice verb of Detroit and Russell. Just give us some little bit of an upbeat outlook for

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"troy michigan" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Their potential patients for clear aligner therapy? Absolutely. We have a 3D viewer that we deliver the staged models back. The doctor in a 3D viewer, there's like a play button where they can play through it, they can see where the IPR and where the attachments are and we even have a patient viewer link, but if the doctor wants to take that link and email it to their patient, we redact out the patient information, right? So the idea is that the patient will get a link from their doctor and all the patients going to see is the doctor saying, hey, bob, here's your aligners. Take a look. You know, do you like your movements? And the patient would click on that link and they would open it up and they would just see their tooth movement and they would just click accept or reject. So we have some great tools to give the doctors some 3D preview tools to confirm the movements and the outcomes and make sure it's going to be predictable and then they could also send it off the patient for their approval if they wanted to. Very nice. Very nice. If you're looking at labs versus private practice utilizes of your design, what percentage of the clear aligner market is labs, of your clear liner market? That's probably a little bit higher, right? So that's a good question. It's probably close to maybe 15 or 20%. Our doctors versus labs, as far as a customer count. As far as the overall volume, it's obviously the volume comes from the labs in the large enterprise players. But I would say our most popular indications to work with doctors directly are clear aligners and surgical guides, believe it or not. You know a trick and take. Yeah, they take a surface scan of the teeth, they sent us to CBCT file, they tell us what implant platform they want, and we do either two supported guides or tissue supporter guides or bone supported guides in three shape implant studio. We do a design, and then we actually take a three to 5 minute consultation video, so it's our clinicians at our design center in Costa Rica. We only use doctors to design our surgical guides or licensed doctors. They'll design the case, send the doctor a video for approval, and we'll talk them through. Like, hey, Doc, here's the nerve. Here's the placement. Here is the site. We recommend bone grafting or your implant was too long. We put this case on hold and we think we need to shorten it, right? And so we make sure that the doctor has confidence that the plan is exactly what they want. And if it's exactly what they want at the outset, they just click approve and then upon approval will deliver the STL file and they either can print it internally or they can send it off to a third party to get a print for them. Do you guys have a partner in printing and fabrication if somebody doesn't have a 3D printer? Yeah, so like a core 3D and Troy Michigan does printing and then argan does printing printing a surgical guides. And we'll send them to whoever. As a design center, we don't manufacture anything. So we are agnostic in a doctor says, hey, XYZ lab is going to print these for me. Will you integrate? And we say absolutely. Just get us connected to the lab and there's no cost to the lab to have an integration with us. If the doctor requests it and what we'll do is we'll set up a workflow as soon as the doctor clicks approved, then the file will go to their lab or their manufacturer of choice. So it really can be anybody. Gotcha. Gotcha. So this is part two of my original question. What percentage of labs would you say in existence today have in-house designers versus outsource to people like you? I would say 99% of dental labs have some in-house designer capacity. It's really rare. And actually, I don't recommend a lab to not have internal talent. Partly because they need to understand the workflow, right? Labs need to understand, hey, here's the Rx. Here's what I need to deliver to the dock. And they need to know enough about how to accomplish that in the digital format, right? How do we design The Crown or design the hybrid or design the denture? Whatever the prosthetic is that we're designing. So 99% of our labs have some in-house capability. And then some more than others, right? Some labs use us in emergency, right? Someone had maternity leave or they called in sick that day and so they'll just use us as like this overflow. Some labs use this as a strategy where like, hey, instead of having my 5th and 6th designer, I'm just going to keep my team like three to 5 and then I'm going to use full contour to grow and scale my business. So I don't have to hire a bunch more people. And then they also use AI and for that as well. But maybe I'm getting ahead of myself. I want to talk about that here in a second. What is the size? How many designers do you guys employ in your design center? I think last time I checked around a 185. Wow. Yeah. We have three locations. One in Shenzhen China, one in Costa Rica, and then one in the Ukraine. And the one in the Ukraine is newer. We only have a handful there. And yeah, that's been a rough going through the Ukrainian war. We've definitely, that was very close to home for us. I was at LMT Chicago, a little tangent here, and when Putin decided to do his thing, it was crazy, right now, and teach Chicago, the Monday after Chicago, I have an all hands call with our support teams and two of

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"troy michigan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on WTOP

"Is an attack on the sovereignty of every UN member state and the UN charter and that it will be met with swift and severe consequences The White House is issuing new sanctions against Russia as the State Department reaches out to diplomats in the region CBS Olivia Gaza The State Department said it had asked embassy personnel currently stationed in lviv Ukraine to temporarily relocate and spend the night in Poland for security reasons In a statement Secretary of State Antony Blinken said U.S. officials would continue providing emergency consular services but that the move was part of prudent precautions the department was taking for their safety U.S. truckers are following Canada's lead now CBS Scott mcfarlane And organizer tells CBS News a convoy departs Scranton Pennsylvania Wednesday at 8 a.m. then they'll attempt to paralyze traffic on the Washington capitol beltway The group says its protesting liberal government policies They say that includes vaccine mandates Truckers out west are also said to be organizing protests A shooting outside of a McDonald's in Utah and who pulled the trigger may surprise you CBS Jennifer Kuiper says it started when a guy got upset over his order when officers removed the man from the vehicle one looks back and sees a gun pointing out of a rear window and yells kid alerting other officers The four year old fires an officer manages to swipe it away and the bullet hits an awning Police believe the man told his child to fire at them Dad now faces felony child abuse charges MLB has about a week to hash out a deal with union leaders if it wants to save opening day from getting delayed The two sides met for hours on Monday but so far MLB has offered only slight adjustments to its proposal Another Catholic leader is in trouble for botching baptisms CBS's Jim Crow For years a deacon at saint Anastasia church in Troy Michigan near Detroit used the words we baptize instead of I baptized The Vatican says that phrase makes the sacrament invalid Some call the wording issue silly and say things like that are causing people to leave the Catholic Church A priest in Arizona resigned earlier this month for making the same mistakes About a thousand beehives worth hundreds of thousands of dollars have been reported stolen across California in the past.

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"troy michigan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on WTOP

"People's republics as independent states in a move that will heighten tensions over Ukraine The two republics which were declared by pro Russian separatists in 2014 are internationally recognized as part of Ukraine Putin announced the decision in a fiery nearly hour long televised address that was carried by all major Russian channels and in which he argued that Ukraine is a core part of Russia by Russia I'm Peter king Vladimir Putin's speech included this claim I would like to start by saying that the modern Ukraine is completely was completely created by Russia Putin complains that Ukraine has treated Russia badly of the post Soviet era using energy as a weapon of blackmail and demanding things from Russia without giving anything in return He also claims Ukraine plans to become a nuclear power The U.S. has said that Putin would likely make claims like that to justify an invasion Back here turns out there's even more baptisms that have to be nulled all due to one faulty word Thousands of Catholics in Arizona recently learned that they may have been improperly baptized with the wrong words A separate but similar controversy He has been playing out in Michigan since 2020 For years a deacon at saint Anastasia church in Troy Michigan near Detroit used the words we baptize instead of I baptized The Vatican says that phrase makes the sacrament invalid Some call the wording issue silly and say things like that are causing people to leave the Catholic Church Jim crisilla CBS News Paul farmer and American physician and medical anthropologist known for his innovative work in providing healthcare to poorer countries has died at the age of 62 His Boston based nonprofit group partners in health says it happened during his sleep while in Rwanda A big fight broke out at a college basketball game yesterday when the two teams were shaking hands after Michigan's lost to Wisconsin But now there are activists crying foul that people are going after black Michigan coach juwan Howard throwing a punch after he was apparently touched first by a white coach.

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Passed legislation though that unlocks over $50 billion in grants and incentives for chip makers you and I have talked about this Bloomberg news reports that speaker Pelosi has told your committee the House science committee among others to start drafting proposals so you can conference with the Senate When does that get done congresswoman Well giddy up right Because I'm pushing on the chip shortage and legislation to support it But you had news for me You felt like it was well Well listen I did hear our speaker talk about it You know in the first meeting back and I don't think she'd mind me sharing that with all of you So I'm glad to see it's front of the docket You're absolutely right She's reached out to the committees We're ready to go We've already had one overview hearing just recently before the years conclusion in science as it pertains to the chip shortage I've got the stakeholders all lined up in what I'm already getting ready for is past this puppy now get this done But then let's do the long term right We got this XM bank and all this great things we've got Toyota saying to date that they're cutting production Ford's flat rock assembly plant is down this week stellan has said three plants down I mean this is real in metro Detroit It's real for our industrial base We don't innovate at these chips Let's start making them here again Well listen so we know it's going to take time to I like the way I love your passion you know that I just wonder how long it's gonna take to get a foundry open as we spend time hashing out the legislation Well look it's getting the foundry here before it goes over there Okay And your spot on because this is not wave a wand Okay We just have this boiling point here and we got continued challenges with home across Okay I'm not naive to that But what I'm already thinking about is that future forward type of proposal that's going to allow us to stay competitive right It's not just labor costs right This is also having to do with the fact that there are incentives in place that give the manufacturers no choice And so if we get this tips legislation and kind of treat it like we do our export import structure that will be important for the long term and I'm also working on that type of policy initiative going to info from congresswoman Haley Stevens with us on sound on Government funding expires a month from today right I noticed the big 18 in front of me Here is there a plan for that congresswoman Well look there's we're putting things together here We're working hard Is it a big budget though or another continuing resolution in a realistic No there's no We're feeling optimistic about the arm of us You're right And look another place coming from Michigan is some of the funding and they are that is going to continue to impact our communities I just had the mirror Troy Michigan saying to me wins that omnibus coming down because I'm waiting for my pavilion Dao is to go through And so that's important right We did do those types of infrastructure projects And you can't put all of America on the balance I got police departments here waiting to move So I just got word that we do feel strongly about omnibus I'm ready to take that low I think it will happen before the CR expires Well that would be a refreshing and well it got you would be a rare moment in recent history Congresswoman you mentioned COVID I got to ask you about this You serve on the House health employment labor and pensions committee Should Congress have introduced legislation to support the Biden workplace vaccine mandate so it did not end up dying in the Supreme Court Well I don't know if there was a legislative vehicle I know people were pushing against it I know it went through to the court I saw all that very closely I think very very beginning of the pandemic We were working on standards And what I was trying to do because we were dealing with a novel virus Remember we didn't really realize at the very early stages that it was airborne We were just discovering what this pump was So we were saying listen in real time provide the CDC guidance through a multitude of agencies to work for days and to companies so that they can provide the best safety mechanisms here Now we've got a vaccine now fast forward a lot further ahead And frankly I think we've got to be continuing to listen to stakeholders right We've got to make sure that people get that vaccine and understand why people aren't getting it Without making it without hedging towards this standpoint that we've been at where people haven't been getting it But no I don't know if we necessarily need the legislation on that front I don't know if there was a vehicle I know our chairman was pretty strong on some of their early osha rules and involvement But maybe he'll prove me wrong and come forward with something I just ask you because as I was listening to the arguments when this kept coming back to well Jesus you know the authority should lie in Congress I kept thinking of your committee and wondered if that was something that might be forthcoming or if you missed an opportunity No you're spot on that In terms of in terms of osha standards this is something we can't also recognizing though that standards process can take a long time So I think it's going to be perceived the EO and then ran into this a matter of time when you thoroughly in the Supreme Court Congresswoman Haley Stevens Democrat from Michigan We've got to do this in person sometimes.

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Day on air and down Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries I'm Mark crumpton this is Bloomberg David Thank you Mark President Biden's build back better plan continues to work its way through Congress but in some ways the longer it takes the more complicated it all becomes particularly with those alarmingly high inflation numbers released earlier this week For the view from inside the house we welcome now democratic congresswoman Haley Stevens of Michigan Come to us from Michigan I must say from Lavon today We'll talk to you about thank you so much for being with us Supposedly there's going to be a vote next week on build back that I'll start with the beginning Do you expect to vote Well I'm certainly optimistic about a vote David I think that we've got a great Bill and we've got a path to lowering the price pressures that Americans every day in Americans are experiencing particularly with day care costs with a middle class tax cut that we're going to do really listening and responding to the needs of our constituents and passing this agenda that our president campaigned on This is his agenda This is what the American people voted for last November and this is what we are delivering on with build back better continuing the recovery from COVID-19 So council and Stevens you are back in your district Give us a sense of your constituents as you talk to them How alarmed are they by these inflation numbers that are coming in way higher than anybody anybody anticipated and do they link the two subjects saying you know why are we spending more money right now $1.8 trillion when we've got real price problems Well people are certainly feeling the price pressures that are upon them Here in automotive land one of the things that you can not escape from or is the chip shortage And some of our supply chain disruptions this is what is really on the front page of our newspapers on the front of everyone's mind particularly because you are seeing the layoffs You are seeing the human capital considerations just announceing layoffs because of the chip shortage yesterday our suppliers very worried And so while we are going to build back better we have got to pass the chips act This is what I am working on every single day as a member of Congress and certainly as a member of Congress coming from Michigan Our automotive companies need that certainty And yes our American people need relief from the everyday costs that are impacting them I don't want to be naive to that Certainly this is not the fault of our legislators It's a example of what is happening as a result of this ongoing virus and the fact that we've got to do something about it We passed a bipartisan infrastructure Bill Investing in our port making the investment in our truck drivers for apprenticeship programs So that we can deal with that human capital shortage This is something that I haven't been just talking about this year I've been talking about for years get people back to work get people plugged in these jobs They're going to make our economy go around Unlock the channels that enables them to do so with a partnership programs That's in the legislation we have passed So comes from Stephen you are not only a congressman but you're something of authority on supply chains in the automotive industry You served on president Obama's commission that really bailed out saves the auto industry including in Michigan Give us your best guess When are we gonna be past if not fully past these largely past this chip shortage for the automatic manufacturers This is something I want to see us do before the end of the year We've seen our counterparts in the Senate take similar steps here So we are on certainly a good path to being able to do so in the house I sit on the house science committee we're putting our heads together on this And let's just talk really clearly about the chips act because what this is is it's a sizable investment That's what we want is the appropriated dollars that will go in to our agencies particularly the Department of Commerce to award that money Give her companies certainty That's what we are hearing from the intels to obviously the automotive companies And so I think we're right there on the line to be able to do this And I'm willing to stay in Washington or get back to Washington to get that job done Our companies need that certainty We need to be able to get this done and certainly the companies will employ the workers deserve that as well So that's what's on the forefront of everyone's mind here and I'm held that on delivering on it So finally talk about the infrastructure Bill the President Biden we believe will sign on Monday There are some components in there for the auto industry related particularly in things like charging stations and other things Popular is that in your district Well I'll tell you in my district am I suburban district from Troy Michigan to canton Michigan This is something that my municipal leaders have asked me about They want to be right on the line for that the charging infrastructure We want to be leading We've got the texting the development the production happening here And so we certainly want to lead And also our governor governor Gretchen Whitmer has really Michigan to be a leader in the EV adoption for the technology for the infrastructure This award this money that's going to come into Michigan over the period of 5 years is going to be instrumental I'm already talking to my mayors I was just doing so this week right We want to be just in line for the development and implementation of the charging infrastructure that's going to come through because everyone wants a piece of what is happening in Michigan since this pandemic hit I've kept my finger on the pulse with our automotive companies suppliers and the like They're ready to go Go Michigan okay Thank you so much Great to have you with us as always this congressman Kaylee Stevens Democrat of of course Michigan Coming up Johnson & Johnson is our stock of the.

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"troy michigan" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

"There is a book by robert von from eighteen. Fifty seven called hours with the mystics where he talks about the holy monasteries of mount athas in greece and he talks about these mystics with their chins on their chest scenting their minds on their hearts searching for an inward divine glory for days on end and he uses the phrase navel contemplating but also uses the phrase gazing at their navels. So it's possible that if people read that that was the origin and after some switcheroo of navel-gazing. But that's the mid eighteen hundreds that you're talking about yeah this idea of Assuming certain position to try to get yourself into mystical trance. I mean i mean it really goes back to hebrew scripture and and The book of kings where elijah puts his head between his knees to pray that's outstanding. Eleanor has an inquisitive mind. Tell us about your life. And the words you've come across and the things that you want to discover and share with us eight seven seven nine two nine nine six three email words at wayward radio dot org more about what we say and why we say it stick around for more of a way with words support for a way with words comes from jack and caroline raymond proud sponsors of wavered inc. The nonprofit that produces distributes this program. You're listening to a way with words. The show about language and how we use it. I'm grant barrett and martha barnett in nineteen seventy-one. A new public library opened in troy michigan to celebrate the children's librarian. A woman named margarita. Hart wrote to famous authors and artists and musicians and others asking them to write to the children of troy both to congratulate them on this milestone and to extol the benefits of their new library. One of the responses she received was from e b white the author of charlotte's web and stuart little and i wanted to share that with you. Dear children troy. You're librarian has asked me to write telling you what a library can mean to you..

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Hotline League

Hotline League

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Hotline League

"We went out there and we gave it our best and we beat we. They were probably trolling a little bit. With some of the places they made and we beat their ass and then we drew tia sam and we fucking lost in playoffs now. So thank you for the call. Thanks for having me anything. You'd like to say before we go to a quick break. Yeah mark. I just wanted to show your casting. It seems like you've kind of revitalized yourself. And i like it so i think you're doing a good job. I agree you revitalize yourself you were kinda decrepit and falling apart but you revitalized yourself. It's been nice to see you know firm has been to has now you know. That's that's i agree with you. Blue jay but yeah no meam honestly. I think you're doing a really good job. So i thought i'd let you go but thanks for me on the show guys. Thanks bye to thank. You not gonna give them color of the night. That was a great. That was a great call. Travis can't give it to regular. Well i can't give it to regulars. It is harder to give it to canadians but it's discrimination raider. oh Only because because a lot more difficult to send them a product that is only available in the us but then you give it to somebody in new zealand. We've done it before. I think i have gotten it to blue. Bluejays well But i also just feel like i mean that's a take that like san torn and read it in a ton of people had. I'm glad you brought it up. But like there is nothing revelatory. They're razz ed. His in his take the same people are gonna watch this youtube. Video are just gonna go to this time stamping that's it he deserves. He's giving you clicks well That's not that's not what drives the keen fuel call of the night of victory caller. But you know. What does dr everything we do. Trump's covered industries alienware Vigorous much earlier for sponsoring the show. A one thing that i wanted to to mention and i think they are still available. If you're listening to this show right now. i've been telling you all i've been telling you about alienware arena which you can you can Discover by going to ailing. Were dot com slash. Travis i believe that there is a banner up at the top. I know they're always changing it. Yes it's this joint alienware arena today and And one thing. I've been telling you about all the there. Well some of you might be familiar with back for blood which is a spiritual successor to left for dead. I played a tunnel. Effort did back in in college and They are they are giving. I mean i actually just did this because i did it. It's not even a thing. Where like i hit the upright this. I just got an email earlier today. That they have back for blood Beta keys that you can get right now. Off alien were arena. And so it's not even like i had a conversation with them. I just saw the email clicked in and got the the beta key. I believe they still have some It's hard for me to tell 'cause i've already claimed it but No actually. I can't see the there's still a ton of these available right now. So this is one example of the cool stuff that you can get for signing up for alienware arena and you can get right now you could just go over to ailing comes as travis. If you're listening to the or the or watching or listening to the podcast. I don't know if it's still available. You can go check. But they all sorts of stuff like this constantly as is completely free to join And so please sign up for ailing wearing a please do so through my link and maybe you can go check out the back for blood open beta right now. Just get this free key. But they got a whole bunch of cool stuff. There's a keys deal. See keys for different games Access to close betas All sorts of really cool stuff so we. We love ailing arena. Thank you so much alienware for sponsoring everything. We do And again this is just a cool way. Where like you can get access to you. You can help support the show even by not like not necessarily even going out and purchasing an alien. Pc maybe you're not in the market yet But you can sign up for alienware arena and that stuff also helps us out as well so i went ahead and put lincoln and the twitter chat for it. Hopefully you guys can do that. It would be swell and Thank you so much anywhere for sponsoring the show penna in the chest cool shirt thank you. Thanks talking to me. He says cool shirt. Oh he does say at rather plasma there we go there. We go got this shirt recently. And i was really excited about it. And i have a cool shirt travis. I'm wearing a team shirt right now. Our team gear mark sitting over there and sealed g stuff raza's and golden guardian stuff. I wasn't one hundred stuff i change. While you're doing your ad push route. Nine pants audio. Don't forget we have a caller here by the way quick rob welcomed the show where you calling from. Am conference troy. Michigan troy michigan. Have you been on the show before. I have welcome back. What do you wanna talk about on the show. I'm gonna talk about the broadcast of it. I'm kinda surprised ice to this but mark also pulled the call. So i'm very curious polls how mark is surprised by the taco broadcast. You snuck on so Kind of stealing an idea from the c. n. evening But we should really try and get some Some pros and coaches on the analyst desk and even the castro desk for try cast now that we have teams that are at play playoffs. We can try and get players from those teams can help players built. Their brands can make the broadcast more interesting. Bring some seimas more analysis and different perspectives especially from like specific lanes from specific matchups. These players can bring and I know we've had some some success for this. Even with like caja. He you know. He came on as a guest meals e and now he's one of their best casters than i think. It would just be a great idea to do the season. Why do you think this is a good idea. 'cause for me. You know we throw at half these players every year anyway. So there's a fifty fifty chance that whoever we invite under the broadcast is going to be competing. Lcs why are we spending time building That that brand well. They could continue their brand even on the broadcast. If they do a good job and a lot of these players they even stick around in amateur and academy even if they're not in the so we could even bring players to watch the lower levels. Remember peter talking about trying to save the soul of the lcs we need to take more fifty fifty s bringing these players on and you hope to god. They're still in the next year. Yes i think that that would be nice. I mean i was obviously being a little sarcastic with my my query. But i i i think this is cool. You just have to pick the right. The right people. But brock's for instance is a great example of somebody who i would love to see a join the the broadcast for playoffs for some time. And and you know he's always got amazing wisdom. So yeah i think i can answer or at least like they might be some this one one thing that mark. No this one for sure like there is a good portion of this blit. Every post game was a player. was a play post game like literally every game and i think it was like i don't know how many weeks um and we also invited coaches we had.

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"Do they spend which with each other in terms of Practicing i guess you say a week or rehearsing a week so they get to know each other there with each other approximately five months and even though they're all over the country we put them on an app where they get a chance to interact with one another chance to communicate with one another and a lot of content in them on a daily on a daily basis and they're all responding and again a chance to really understand who are they connected with at and sub big big platforms that are in the program and in some of the ones that are new they get a chance to connect with those individuals. Very i love it. So this one is tiffany smith. He was with drained consulting so. She's down in atlanta. Now and talk about marcus marcus. Right he was in one of the issues as well I believe that he was one that i saw. And now he's working at think side by side with you for lila the with the leadership tour. He is He is my vp of operations and we started market was working nine to five now. He's not working out at five and he's he's a speaker and he's a coaching consultant. As a matter of fact he's here in the detroit area this week in his yom ioselani school system and he's coaching and counseling. Their asthma makir in his branding has gotten so much better and now that he's well. Branded people are starting to come to him for things versus him going to to others to to To ask them for business and branding will do for you. Maybe doesn't patent media as you can see exactly who. He is an exactly what it is that he does. And there's brand consistency all the way through post after post at the post at the post and it makes a difference that is such a come up the as a new person that is in here. This is a passer. Ami shannon is well. he's going to be in the one that's coming up soon. But his brand. He had a book and he had branding headphones. And things like that. But i can see that. Even dr cynthia hickman. She's in it as well her branding his come up and like i said when people see themselves in that light they live up to it. It's like they live up to their own vision of themselves because they can see it now. They had it in them. But now it's like in the physical form like. Wow you know this is. This is me now. And and i'm looking at us like it. Was you all the time boob. You just didn't have the right pieces together. And so when i see people in your on you know the the leadership tour dr mris one. She's doing fabulous as well. Toi toi banks as larry to. There's piece to talk about the show so in the mood kind of wrap up because you have them you have the best of the best on a You know you stream them roy. So we have. We have two shows that are coming up right now. We have an april show on. That's going to be at the embassy suites in troy michigan by hilton. And then we have another show this on june twelve on april tenth and june twelfth. We have forty speakers are going to be hitting the platform and going to start at nine o'clock. Am and we'll go all the way to about eight o'clock pm and there is two shows on each day so there's a morning show an afternoon show and the speakers have been doing a tremendous job rehearsing and recording their speeches and delivering their speeches to and recording their speeches and then rejoined the speeches. And they're just about ready. I'm looking forward to. we already. Sold a tremendous number of tickets already..

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Trina Talk

Trina Talk

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Trina Talk

"Trina l. martin. Welcome to episode one twenty eight before i get started with this week's episode. I'm excited to share with you. That i've been selected as one of the international speakers for sean fares leadership experienced tour. Twenty twenty one is happening. April tenth and troy michigan. I will be there on location on the stage and the topic of my speech is from a mess to amazing. I will be inspiring and empowering you to be resilient regardless of what may have happened in your life now. Although i'm going to be present their on stage vite you to purchase your virtual ticket at bit dot lee four capital l. e. t. Twenty twenty one. The topic of this week's episode is growing up black and white my guest. this weakest. Kevin hoffman kevin is an author speaker and racial healer as an accomplished writer and public speaker. Kevin has appeared across the united states sharing his experience in guiding parents students and professionals through. Today's multi cultural landscape. Kevin's layer ratio resume has led him to write growing up black in white a compelling memoir revealing his difficulties and growing up in a diverse family particularly during a time and in a location where acceptance was tentative and emotions regarding race ran high and hot. I kevin welcome to trina talk. I think for me on. Thank you for being with me. I have been Vic excited to speak with you because you're doing something that i think right now You and i both know. We need a lot in this country as of america as well as the world but Racial healing Your author your speaker What i'm very concerned as far as how would you have to say. Is i have two biracial children so So there's some you know some similarities there but before we dive into the questions. I like to start off by asking who you are. And what made you the kevin that you are today. What made me. I think what makes all of us who we are today. Which is a big. It's the root of race and racism is just our experiences. So i'm you know the result of you know being the result of an affair between a white woman in a black man in the late sixties in detroit Who were happily married. Just two two different people and you know the. My mother chose to give me life and the only stipulation with her husband was put up for adoption right away. So that's what happened. I was adopted at three months old by a white minister. His wife in their three biological children anna. We lived in a suburb of detroit for a while and then moved into detroit. Where for age three-day teen. I lived around. Kids look like me. And as a result of being born in detroit two weeks after the riots in nineteen sixty seven the riots. Because the blacks and whites couldn't get along I'm the result of all that you know coming. This biracial child in the mix of all you know that controversy back in the late sixties and so that's created this passion in me to try and you know help reconcile the differences between the races that.

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"troy michigan" Discussed on Trina Talk

Trina Talk

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on Trina Talk

"Welcome to episode one twenty five before i get into this week's episode. I'm excited to share with you. That i've been selected as one of the international speakers for sean fares leadership experience tour. Twenty twenty one is happening. April tenth and troy michigan. I will be there on location on the stage and the topic of might speech is from a mess to amazing. I will be inspiring and empowering you to be resilient regardless of what may have happened in your life now. Although i'm going to be present. Their onstage i invite you to purchase your virtual ticket at bit dot li four slash capital l. e. t. Twenty twenty one. The topic of this week's episode is make it happen. This is a different episode. Than what i normally do. Today i am being joined by three other guests and they are some amazing people. they are authors or speakers. They're they're performer. singers. They're they're just doing the best but they all have one thing in common and i think you guys are going to be so empowered by this episode because their authors and they are all part of the anthology. Make it happen now. I know some you guys have seen some of my post saying that. I am also one of the co authors of make it happen but i am interviewing other people because i think it's going to be great for you to hear their story. If you remember an episode aid. I interviewed a malate name current cherry. She is the queen of getting butts in seats and she is the mastermind behind this anthology project. So i am going to talk to three other authors. Today i have lee maria no i have read a green and i have jonathan haze so. Welcome everyone to the show for having us three now. I mean this is great..

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"troy michigan" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I tech news dot tv and may have joining us. All the way from troy michigan. I guess was in virginia. So we're scattered around the country. Tom kelly executive director of automation alley. Now this is real personal segment for me. because his predecessor Ken rogers passed last month. Surprisingly i wasn't even against where he was. Even ill you know so and kennedy was a real close friend of mine and Was on the panel. That chose tom to be his replacement. So why wanted to destroy this. Since he was the took brooke brooks patterson's idea of automation alien ramlet admitted quite a success. I wanna do as technologists pay tribute to him. Absolutely real great honor for me to to be in this role that really can build. Automation started in nineteen ninety nine. Mike and it can any slight sacred. They started in a closet and literally was a closet. that was remade. Had to be in office and a couple of people and basically.

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"troy michigan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"troy michigan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Plus dot com slash PPV. Order it wherever you can get your ESPN action, right. You could get it on your phone and your computer on your laptop on your smart TV. I mean, if you don't know how to order by now, I mean, where have you been for the past two plus years. All right. You have C 2 58. It goes down tonight. Everyone that's been on this show has appeared via the Goodyear Hotline. I'm area Hani. I want some picks, and I'm going to give you my pick in a matter of moments, but first, let's go to the phone lines one Triple eight, say ESPN one Triple 87293776 I do believe Tst has been doing a running count of the pics from the collars, he says. It's 44 at the moment. He may have missed a few along the way, but for now, it's 44. Let's see what Shane Inch. It's 65. Okay, We've just updated account Shane in Troy, Michigan. What do you have to say? Who's winning tonight? Hey, Ariel. Thanks for taking the call. You know, I think who's men's gonna hold him against the cage and when the winds around, so I got him by decision? I also wanted to say, I think the Colby fight should be next for who's won the rematch. People forget how good of a fight that was. And you know, Colby had him rocked. You know, we had some some fake low blows in there, so I think that's the fight to make, you know, going forward. Well, I would love to see that fight, but I really want to see Colby Covington versus Jorge Mas. But all next, let's get that one out the way and to be honest, the winner of that fight. I mean, you could make a very strong case of Kobe winds that he would deserve a title shot and For him. A hospital deserves a full camp. Remember? He took that fight on seven days notice. Gets Kamar bluesman back in July. So I feel like he deserves a full camp, by the way, a reminder tune in tonight for college basketball action as Virginia host U. N C coverage begins at 5 30 Eastern on ESPN Radio and the ESPN.

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Parking Lot Landing With Jeff King

There I Was...

13:01 min | 2 years ago

Parking Lot Landing With Jeff King

"This was in two thousand are at that point in time. I would my Turkey six at that point. I had about four hundred dollars on that particular aircraft and I used it for business and personal travel so at that point it was in September. I was during the visit. My sister and we flew from Holland to troy. Michigan and troy is a kind of an urban airport little bit north of Detroit Michigan and it was an uneventful flight. We you know the Cheer King. Six has four fuel tanks. We burn down the first two fuel tanks and landed in the left hip tank. No issues there. We rode my bike to my sisters and then came back and decided to go back home. We were GONNA stop at Hillsdale to get fuel. That's another airport that I was based out of at that point in time. And when you say we jeff who was in the airplane with you oh. I'm sorry I'm a HAM radio operator. We use that word we sometimes so no. I okay got it. You were so low and flying over to see your sister who I know you shared with us was sick. And you're flying over to visit her and then your plan was to visit her for a bit and then turn around and depart for home. That same evening is that right. That's correct come home that evening. So we wrote our bike back to the airport and Dinner run up and everything seemed fine. I had been doing short field takeoffs to says as a habit even though this was not really a short field and that was about a thousand pounds under gross so we didn't take off the twenty degrees flaps What up pretty fast. We pitched over from V. Ecstasy Y and immediately after that with the answer starts to stumble and then we lost power. It was of course it was nighttime. At that point we were on the eastbound runway runway nine and two seven at that particular report and started a turn it back to the field and then all of a sudden Stalin came on. And we're at roughly three hundred feet at that point. In time at that point you would your engine fails or I head engine stumble with Cherokee six four take aircraft and if you're going to get any kind of range out of it you would run out of fuel at altitude and the engine would star. Bill. Would I talk about that? You're eight ten thousand feet up. Always have something picked out ahead of time so your your heart would always flutter. I Dunno if anyone's ever not changed a tank purpose or not in for your heart flutters. Well this time. It wasn't on purpose this time. I wasn't ten thousand feet. This time. I was up three hundred feet. So you got that moment where you. Oh my gosh. A couple seconds elapses. It seems like a couple of minutes. So short field takeoffs techniques who knows is relatively high you're climbing out at Vx SPEED. You're just beginning to push over to capture V. Y. and your engine stumbles and then very shortly thereafter. You see the stall light right so at the airport when Stalin came on thankfully might training. At least I feel like my training kicked in at that point. My instructor be if our instructor. Jason Dyson from years past always messed around with me. I guess this lack of a better where we would fail the engine on me and he'd always tell me if you lose your engine on takeoff. The Insurance Company owns the airplane. What he meant by that was that you worry about yourself. You don't worry about your airplane. You worry about yourself so when that stall I came on I just pushed the forward. I didn't see what was outside. I didn't I didn't even look outside of this. Pushing forward was at a fairly aggressive. Push Jeff relatively hard or Takasu. Assume that that push. Yeah you have to understand. This whole series of events probably was fifteen to twenty seconds for the time I rotated to the time the engine baby ten fifteen seconds so there. There was a lot going on in a very short period of time so I would say the push was relatively hardware pushed it forward. Yeah where I was pitching over the top. I dropped flaps out as well. I took a twenty degrees. I dropped in ten when I went to wide and then I immediately pulled some flaps in his well once I was pitched down because I knew there was there was not a lot of space in front of me and I was correct. There wasn't so I'm I'm pitch down. I'm seeing portion of the Walmart parking lot in front of me and then a feel beyond their. I just pushed it down. I think one of the witnesses said he went into a dive and I did because I did not have a lot a lot of space to land the point. Jeff how is the visibility here? So you said you're up about three hundred feet when it stumbles. You're pushing over so now you can see over the knows. I mean you only had a couple seconds to make a decision here on where to go was visibility. An issue for you at all. Visibility was on an issue. The only thing with this particular field was I. My in-laws lived in the area. My sister lived in the area side using air for quite a bit so I knew there wasn't a lot a lot of choices to go if she had a problem. Yeah that looking at where you were in. That era means basically the Detroit Metro area. It's pretty crowded around that airport for sure. It's a industrial a mixed industrial commercial retail area. Yeah any Cherokee. Six has a relatively long nose. So when you're pissed up like that in a short field takeoff you pitch over visibility over the nose for at least a little bit can be an issue but you pitch over to start capturing glider really. You weren't interested in capturing a glide you're religious interested in preventing the stall at that point at that point it was just it was just muscle memory. I guess for lack of a better word. Where then you're training kicks in and you're doing things you're supposed to be doing and not thinking about it. So I I just I saw that stall icon and I thought about departure stalls. I mean again. It was such a limited period of time. I remember on the way down. The properties rotating slowly probably from the wind are not sure that the NTSB thought possibly the engine starting to catch again. And there's always coming down but at that point I stopped doing any of the checks doing and I just committed to the landing in trying to retain control the aircraft and was the Walmart parking lot straight ahead. Did you have to make a slight turn to get there? Where was it in relation to the attitude of your airplane while it was laughed and I started to do a turn when the ancient stumbled to try to come back to the field so call them turn right when that style came on. I I gave up. I know I've got to save myself fly. The airplane fly the airplane. Fly that Europe Lane. What I saw my windshield again was pretty surreal. I saw a white van. There was a very narrow strip of the parking lot that was free of cars. I saw white van ahead of me. Turning the left it turned out it was a white car but from that altitude looked like a white van and I just basically all my gosh. I hope he turns. I hope he turns. Because that's the only option. I have a whole bunch of parked cars and to the right of me. It was dark. I really couldn't see to the right of me. I had to go where I could see. Thankfully he turned. It probably wouldn't have been an issue for him anyway. She was so far away. But still if you saw the photographs that I sent there was like an alley behind a row of buildings and I was kind of aiming for the alley. That alley was behind a strip mall behind. The store is a Walmart. I was passing over. Then there was a parking lot. Anyth- me then a strip mall that had a alley behind it. I was trying to turn to edge between there and the feel Birla's again that turn was roughly from the time your engine sputtered. You start turning you. Were turning back with a sputtering engine then Pretty Soon. You realize the engines had quit. You're about to stall you push over and so that was About a ninety degree. Turn away from runway heading to head towards this parking lot. Is that about right arm? Say about sixty to seventy degrees but yeah right okay so laughing more or less north okay and you really have limited options. You pushed down to prevent the stall you seeing the only real open spaces parking lot. So you're pushing to keep flying airspeed into get into this parking lot. Did you have any ability as you came down for lateral control to miss? You know lighting or cars or anything like that or you pretty much really minimally guiding the airplane at this point I had enough control to put a heart slip in also to try to get down Got It okay. Yeah you can see the parking lot for quite well but as far as being able to see what's around you you really couldn't like I hook theon right main landing gear on a shopping cart corral when I was flaring and I didn't even see that yeah. I saw that in the video. You sent by the way for our listeners. We'll have the pictures that Jefferson and the short video clip from the parking lot that shows a portion of a crash up on our website. So That is interesting so you turn it. You see the parking lot but you're too high so now you're into a pretty good slip to try to lose that altitude to get down to the parking lot and then you come in and take it from there so I'm pushing down hard starting to flare and I didn't see the shopping cart crowd but it hooked my right main as I said. Toilet the right main often it went shopping. Carts went flying in the air. I guess the at this point it starts to become I mean the whole thing was surreal but then it becomes extremely surreal at this point. I guess the first impression layer craft landed pretty hard Cherki sixes glide like a brick and of course I lost my right man. I didn't know it but I lost my right main. Sorry hit down pretty hard. I was a little bit stunned for a moment. When I hit the ground then became really surreal. Like I said I imagine yourself on the expressway. Drive your card about maybe seventy miles an hour and you go through a bunch of shopping carts. I mean they're flying up all around the airplane That was pretty bizarre. Then I'm sliding across the parking lot in this aircraft you know. I don't have any control. I mean there's no steering control all I mean I don't my right man I I. I was hoping to go between the Strip mall and the right side of the parking lot but the plane started to go to the right because there was no right it was dragging thankfully to the right was there was nothing to the right other than the embankment. Another parking lot about a five foot drop roughly so I'm sliding along okay. I think I'm going to live at this point. I'm shook it up but you know all my body parts are attached the cabins and tech which I got to say about Piper Cabin was was stayed intact through the whole accident so all of a sudden I'd see this bright white lights on my right side I go by. What is this all about? You know that lasted for about a second. And I'll get back to the moment. And then I shout over the parking lot over the embankment which is about a five foot drop that was on their big bump and then finally came to stop at the edge of the second part right the field or back to that white light as they say. I'm not really a religious person but apparently that was the tip tank getting sheared off on the The curb of the of the first part is that went over the embankment the Cherokee six has a fiberglass tank on it so it totally open it I at seventeen gallons in the right tank and totally open the tank up before an accident. And there's a number of things you're supposed to. Todd opened the door up. Turn the electrical off well. I didn't turn electoral off. I had incandescent lightbulb on the right tip. But as soon as the tip take opened up and of course Saddam flight broken immediately caused a fireball. Well thankfully the fireball and the gasoline got left behind and I kept going so I I come to a stop I look out my right window and the right. There's a small fire in the right wing. I didn't know I'd lost all my fuel. It was what was left so I- scramble out of the airplane I literally You can see one of the pictures where the right. Meanwhile sitting next to the right wing I literally had to dodge the right. The right wheels bouncing across the parking lot heady get the airplane. I had to either dodge it when I got on the airplane. As you're playing was a small fire the right wing. I didn't know the fuel situation there was you know. And of course I saw a huge fire behind me. I just got away from the airplane at that point so you survived the crash. You step out dodge. The right landing gear still bouncing down the pavement towards you and then what was your next action from there you're standing there looking at this Wreck of an airplane and thankful that you survived it. Thankful that the airplane protected you and then would you do jeff. Well at that point I ran up the embankment back onto the main Walmart. Parking Lot and there was a few people there. I I guess one of them did you. They asked me if the pilots okay and I said well I was the pilot. I'm okay everything's trying to register at that point and I asked to call nine one one. They already had called nine one one and we just waited for the police to get there and so forth. What an interesting deal. That happens so quickly. From your estimation from the time you release breaks till I don't know maybe thirty seconds forty five seconds later you're standing up on that embankment looking at your

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How Data Science, Machine Learning, and AI Can Support Executive Strategy and Business Goals

Data Crunch

14:21 min | 3 years ago

How Data Science, Machine Learning, and AI Can Support Executive Strategy and Business Goals

"Out our training and consulting offerings for our executive panel. Today we'll be talking to Simon Lee chief analytics officer from waiter Fatima Kosher who is the vice president of data science engineering at all tear and role in Roberson who has the president at Tryon's so welcome everyone to the executive panel. We are super excited to have you guys here. You're all executives in companies that are doing amazing things with data science so the audience knows again. We're talking about today. The topic is how data science machine learning and A._I.. Can Best Support executive strategy can business goals. How how does that function really work? Let's start maybe with Simon and then fatman enrolling if you give us a little introduction. We'll get going from their banks. I'm silently. I'm actually kind of a mixed bag. When it comes to data science Heinsohn analytics <unk> about twenty years of experience using analytics than advanced algorithms in in a whole bunch of different industries like transportation for example airline rail trucking Ocean Carriers Printing Publishing Shing Manufacturing Finance and delivery delivery is where I'm currently at waiter is a restaurant food delivery company in small and mid size market so probably a lot of people haven't heard of us because we're in <music> smaller communities but where are trying to make a big splash so yeah? That's that's awesome. Thanks for being here <hes> Hi. This is Michael from alter engineering. I am a civil engineer by training. Although I know we get a chance chance to practice it's my background is <hes> multidisciplinary design exploration and optimization and I was in the auto industry before I joined al-Tair <hes> I've done several things throughout the fourteen years that I've I being here but always keeping <hes> design expiration opposition as the core of <hes> my responsibilities and I'll tear is a global technology company we provide software and solutions for product development data intelligence origins and high performance computing on the are McCain and its headquarters in Michigan in Troy Michigan where I'm speaking and <hes> we have offices in twenty five countries now <hes> so that would be great thanks to read Padma and rolling right. Thank you good morning or Roland Roberson with Tryon's you know for my own background. I've <hes> similar to Simon. I'm kind of a mixed bag. Then in industry for twenty plus ears <hes> solely in digital transformation space the working from startups mid level companies through global service integrators working with Tryon's currently to really expand the growth in use within within a I an Iot within the organization and our customer base <hes> tries as a company of fifteen hundred plus employees a global offices and a breath mainly serving the upper mid tier and enterprise his level customer base solely focused on digital transformation in the use of those high technologies greater return on value. That's often so lots of experience here really rape panel. Were excited to hear what you guys know no and can offer to the audience so we're going to jump in right here and the first thing that I really wanted to dig into is as an executive in your specific industries. How do you approach leveraging data science machine learning and A._I.? To have an impact on your business what's your focus and how do you make that work in your companies and maybe we can start with my here and then after she's done she's talking. If other people have comments please join it. Thanks coach is <hes> I think the biggest biggest impact the data science machine learning <hes> have on our business and on our customers business is to enable and speed up ovation. Do I think about data science data signs allows us to think in the multidimensional probably dimensional way the problems works applications wrote and we no longer have to think linearly because it simplified seeing the multidimensional aspect of a problem you know this gives us relations between changes in the system and the corresponding change in system performance whether the system is in engineering system always a financial system allows us to build predictive models using machine learning and of course you know we all know that once you have predictive models all those you can do prescriptive analytics explore many alternatives to trade off you know expose new ideas and new products and that paves the way to innovation. We have many customers twelve years that has <hes> world fit to to deploy this <hes> has been mostly in engineering domain but recently with Iraq positional intelligence company. We are also leveraging these technologies for business cases for example. We have a customer in <hes> a large consumer products brands way we use data science to find optimal package designed to reduce material which is an engineering problem and at the same time indeed do optimal trait spent to increase the sales and maximize revenues which is a business problem got it. I think there's a lot more we could dig into their but let's give the other panelists that opportunity to respond as well yeah I I love Fatma's answer kind of mirrors my own experience here at waiter. What I really love about? Waiter is just the multi dimensional multi the different aspects of data science and analytics general world forecasting what the order volume will be what happens on holidays unusual events super bowl parades etc what happens to the order volume because we need to schedule that and then in terms of just optimization it just how do we how do we get an efficient schedule out because we have thousands of drivers that we need to schedule. How do we match the supply demand once we get the forecast? How do we when we're actually doing operations? Tally matched the drivers to the orders again another optimization problem and then and then in in terms of machine learning. What can we learn about the three pillars of our business <hes> the customers the drivers in the restaurants <unk>? How do we classify them what we know about churn in their lifetime value when their preferences and all that sort of stuff has tremendous business now? It's just an exciting time an exciting business where we can apply all these different aspects of analytics addicts to to make a meaningful impact. Yeah I would agree with that. You know as we look across our customer base you know data science data engineering artificial intelligence machine learning earning all the technologies dealing with today helps us take and make the difficult easy for our customers we find many of our customers now are quite frankly struggling just to keep up with the amount of data the different types Oh to changes in the environment that they're dealing with on a day to day business and what we do is actually make those type of challenges easier to overcome we look at the Sonam e of data that they're now getting presented with in we take that in presented to to them in a way that is not only easier to use but consumable and thus they can actually make better business decisions with the type of data now the right information is presented to them so they can make a better day to day choices. That's a great overview. I'm curious now. We've talked about these various use cases across all of your industries. Actually what are some maybe specific concrete examples that you guys have seen where you can help help our audience really get a grasp on here's a specific use case that we saw and the result from it and in kind of how we built that out so they can see this process sure we happy too so as an example we recently been working with a large global logistics company and part of their transformation internally is to actually migrate from Human Driven Vehicles Do automated vehicles vehicles for types of shipping logistics now part one of transformation is just getting their arms around the telemetry and the telematics. That's happening within vehicles on how a human driver interacts day a two day now part of that transformation. It's actually not only the sensors that have been upgraded around the vehicles to collect the information but actually the collection then and distribution of that data to understand what's happening so real time use case is that while we might understand on how to move accussed driver from aid be what you're really seeing though is and the intent was maybe I can move them to location see if a storm is in a way to maintain he might logistics schedule but with some of that censor data we're now collecting weather information across all the different vehicles nationally and so with that we understood that now we have a better weather collection database of the National Weather Service at the time that is even more real time in just having that data is valuable into itself in his actually can be considered revenue stream so we identified new revenue streams for business at really had denied even have that in mind when I first went down this journey and now we started opened up new ideas and new ways to collect revenue that they never knew that they had before so it's not just attacking the problems at that. They're interacting with today and trying to move forward forward but it's it's identifying new sources of revenue that they never knew that it was even capable of having got. I love that yeah because revenue and profit are what what keeps us in business right. That's really interesting other examples that people have I didn't more generic <hes> response to it as you know. What makes success? Is You know I didn't find the right case in one that has business value but technologically we didn't reach and has data and I think the example that role engage it is a perfect example of how all those pieces are aligned and and I find one of the most rewarding things in terms of the work that we do is is as as human beings we tend to be fairly proud of our ability to make good decisions and I think that as people working in online or manufacturing evening executives we tend to be very proud and then when somebody comes along and says you know there may be an algorithm or an approach or a data driven method that can help make a better decision. The immediate response is usually skepticism <hes> <hes> you know you. You can't figure out all the all the different factors I've been doing this for a long long time good luck and when you do deliver something that actually far exceeds needs what human can do. Sometimes you get. This incredible change of attitude and perception is yeah that is actually better than what I can actually very rewarding to see that transformation to say you know we can help make better decisions with this massive information that we're collecting and we've seen it in the airline industry you seen him printing and publishing where in printing publishing week there's a schedule of how to how to construct the British could material which is a fairly complicated thing but we represented graphically for for one of the experts in the field when I showed what he did at what what the Algorithm did he's he actually stopped. Oh my goodness that's absolutely beautiful and to to get that success which translates the dollars is quite rewarding from a personal level because it's you can you can actually see yes. We were making a difference here even the experts in the area see that at acknowledged and I think that's really really awards lots of use cases here and lots of transformation as we're talking about this Simon. You brought this up just now that there's sort of a hesitancy for people to accept maybe that an algorithm can do better than I can do right when once you show them that there's a change of mind. What other areas are you guys? Seeing that are big. Hurdles are big challenges that an executive needs to be aware of when they're trying to take advantage of of what the capabilities are nowadays when they need to be thinking about what are the pitfalls. I'll give you an example you know in many cases what we find with our customers is that they already have a significant amount of data over the last decade. They've been struggling quite a bit with how to leverage that data effectively for day to day use and you can acquainted more with actually the customers really and firefighting mode because they are actually taking bits and pieces and trying to stitch relevant story together. Gather as to what that data really means and ultimately find that they don't have a complete view of what that data is so they have to go find out more so time and time again they're fighting struggling trying to make use coherency z. of the data and bring meaning to it now with allow the more recent advances. I mean you're getting more and more data now. That's being moved not only from customer data. That's being brought in thew larger scale the European systems but you're also getting IOT enabled devices so this wave of data is now going to completely swap you know the customers enter their

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House Oversight Committee reviewing Scott Pruitt condo agreement

24 Hour News

02:25 min | 5 years ago

House Oversight Committee reviewing Scott Pruitt condo agreement

"Mudslides are worrying parts of wine country burned october wildfire there's health officials in gaza say seven palestinians were killed during another border protests today and nearly three hundred wounded demonstrators burned tyres to try to block the view of israeli snipers you lieutenant colonel jonathan con rica's is with the israel defense forces not seeing demonstrators meaning about we're seeing an active organized riot spearheaded by a muscle protests trying to sabotage our infrastructure the white house says it's still reviewing ethics questions about epa chief scott pruitt but but press secretary sarah sanders says the president thinks that he's done a good job on the purpose of carrying out the goals of the epa pruitt made his case directly to the president at the white house today meanwhile the reports pruitt's concerns about his own safety diverted millions of dollars in agency funds to a twenty member fulltime security detail this is ap radio news with the weekend upon us are you able to truly leave work behind ap correspondent warren levinson has this to consider does the boss ever send you late night emails than pitch a fit when you don't answer at once under a proposed law taking shape in new york city that would be illegal the bills counsel sponsor raphael espinel says he was inspired by a law that took effect last year in france his would bar private employers from demanding workers return off our communications for non emergencies or face a fine of two hundred fifty dollars the proposal still faces a lot of hurdles in the city that claims never to sleep for instance both doctors and ad agencies have emergencies would the law treat them the same committee hearings are expected in june warren levinson new york the police department and troy michigan has a new recruit a cat it'll be used for therapeutic purposes and we'll make public appearances it was among five from the michigan humane society who got auditions i'm ben thomas ap radio news thank you for listening to the ap radio network for news on the go try the ap mobile app get breaking us international news from the world's most trusted news source plus stories from more than eight hundred local media companies choose to see the content of interest to most whether it's sports scores entertainment highlights global news or the latest from your hometown ap mobile is available in.

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