22 Burst results for "Westfall"

"westfall" Discussed on AI in Business

AI in Business

02:24 min | 2 months ago

"westfall" Discussed on AI in Business

"That <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Male> if <Speech_Male> a computer can process <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> trillion items <Speech_Male> and a certain <Speech_Male> period of time in a human <Speech_Male> can purchase ten or 12, <Speech_Male> then if <Speech_Male> you can find a way to <Speech_Male> take care of that because <Speech_Male> the most <Speech_Male> important point I think Dan <Speech_Male> to realize is <Speech_Male> that when you start talking <Speech_Male> about supply chain, <Speech_Male> if there's a <Speech_Male> 107 items <Speech_Male> that make up that <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> bomb of that bill of material, <Silence> <Advertisement> if you <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> have a 106 <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of them, you don't ship <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the product. Yeah. <Speech_Male> No, it's <Speech_Male> not about an 80 20 <Speech_Male> rule. Oh, we'll just get <Speech_Male> 80% of it right. <Speech_Male> You've got to get a <Speech_Male> 100% of it right <Speech_Male> in order for that <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> product to go in <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and be able to shift your <Speech_Male> customer on <SpeakerChange> time. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Yeah. So <Speech_Male> the stakes <Speech_Male> are obviously <Speech_Male> remarkably high <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and in many, many domains <Speech_Male> are procurement. It's <Speech_Male> similar. <Speech_Male> And I think <Speech_Female> to your point, <Speech_Male> a bit of the take home <Speech_Female> here is <Speech_Male> maybe in the past <Speech_Male> and I <Speech_Male> like that you're calling this out, <Speech_Male> frankly, <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> we've operated within <Speech_Male> perfect data. And so <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> we've had to just use <Speech_Male> kind of a little bit of bravado <Speech_Male> and a little bit of confidence <Speech_Male> sometimes and say, <Speech_Male> well, this is what it is. <Speech_Male> This is where I think a <Speech_Male> normal price is. And <Speech_Male> this is how this works. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> But <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> more and <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> more, people <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> need to be <SpeakerChange> coming from a <Speech_Male> place of, well, <Speech_Male> what is the actual <Speech_Male> data there? What <Speech_Male> information would I <Speech_Male> really need to make this a <Speech_Male> good decision and not <Speech_Male> just a bold decision? <Speech_Male> I think <Speech_Male> that's a lesson for <Speech_Male> every industry, not just <Speech_Male> procurement. And I think it's also <Speech_Male> a good note to end on. <Speech_Male> So David, I know that's all <Speech_Male> we have for time, but thank you so <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> much for being able to join us <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> on the show. This <SpeakerChange> has been fun. <Speech_Male> Yeah, thank you. <Speech_Male> And I hope the information <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> for some of the listeners <Speech_Male> and I'll <Speech_Male> continue to listen as well because <Speech_Male> I learned things and <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> new things every single <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> day. <SpeakerChange> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> So that's all for this <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> episode of the AI <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and business podcast. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Thank you so much <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> for tuning in and a big <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> thank you to David <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> for being able to join us <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> on this episode. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> After this <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> little podcast series, <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> I got to fly <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> out to Las <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Vegas for our Castro's <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> big optimal <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> supply chain <Speech_Music_Male> event to do a little <Speech_Music_Male> bit of panel moderating, <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> speak to some of the <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> other enterprise folks that <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> are there and got to <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> shake hands with David myself, <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> since COVID, it's <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> actually been pretty darn <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> rare since I've been able <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> to see podcast guests <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> in person, so that was a <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> lot of fun for me. I hope some <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> of the energy in the episode <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> came through was fun <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> for you and <Speech_Music_Male> that some of the nuances <Speech_Music_Male> of manufacturing <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and also some of the <Speech_Music_Male> challenges of <Speech_Music_Male> decision making and procurement <Speech_Music_Male> in general are <Speech_Male> a little bit more clear <Speech_Male> thanks to David today. <Speech_Male> So we'll wrap it up <Speech_Music_Male> from here. I look forward to <Speech_Music_Male> catching you next week on <Speech_Music_Male> the AI and business podcast. <Speech_Music_Male>

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"westfall" Discussed on AI in Business

AI in Business

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"westfall" Discussed on AI in Business

"Let's talk a little bit about sort of where artificial intelligence starts to add some additional value here. Obviously, the data that we're using is helping us make smarter decisions as helping us anchor in the right spot is helping us stay on top of these very quickly fluctuating norms of pricing for different kinds of orders, different methods of shipment, et cetera. Where does AI start to come in to either automate or streamline some of this heavy lifting? Yeah, so I think with the AI comes in is in the past they used to be a lack of data. Now there's probably almost too much data. There's so much data you have to figure out what to do with it. I mean, I think I think I read one time that, you know, a jet engine on a 7 37, every hour compiles 20 terabytes of data, right? So when you start looking at things like onboard diagnostics and maintenance that you're going to need on machines and so on, it's really, really important. As that relates to supply chain, you know, you want to really be able to look at predictive analytics then. You want to look at, you know, how to predict the potential disruption to the supply chain. So an example I can give you that's very close in right now is all the way up until about 6, 8 weeks ago, we have all these robust orders for all of our CPG customers and so on. And then you keep reading in the news that the targets and the walmarts of the world are saying that their warehouse is a busting at the seams. And everybody's warehouse is a full because of everything we talked about earlier in this discussion. What you do then is you say, okay, my normal system might my information might say, I need to order this much for my supplier now, but as you look at that data and it becomes smart data and it takes some of those complex tax and identifies and exposes, you know, unknown patterns in the past, you look at it and you say, well, you know, maybe I do need to slow down my purchases of this. And you question some of that. And then you get ahead of the game now because you didn't bring in all that extra inventory and you could

"westfall" Discussed on AI in Business

AI in Business

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"westfall" Discussed on AI in Business

"Really works well because now they have something to work off of and it actually reduces the cycle time dramatically and get you to where you need to be in a much quicker fashion. Yeah, okay, and of course if we're taking in enough data about all these historical purchases of I take it, you know, let's just say we're buying nuts and bolts. I'm giving you a random example because I don't know that much about plastic resins, David. So I don't know the ingredients you might be mixing and matching there. But we're buying nuts and bolts. It might be useful for us outside of our own organization to know for an order of this size for this particular kind of nut or bolt, you know, within this kind of time horizon in terms of a demand, this is a reasonable range of what we should be paying. And then this other range would be a range that would be pretty unreasonable based on what the rest of the world is paying for something somewhat similar. It sounds like what you're saying is if we have that sense of what the rest of the world is paying for something similar, then we can just show up and make that known to the supplier and maybe have a lower likelihood of being given a price that might behoove their margins, but not necessarily behoove our interests. Yeah, no, I think you nailed that right on, Dan. I think it's something where you take the mystery out of that, right? And that's backed up by data. And you say, you know, we believe that this is a suggested maybe starting point for the negotiation. And the settlement of that. And I think the supply is appreciate that as well. And then what you do is, you know, obviously everything we do has to be completely founded on ethics and morals and fairness and whatever it might be. So the transparency is there. And then you go maybe to a second round and you give them some feedback on where they actually are as it relates to their competition. And then they can make some decisions on where they need to be. I think it's all wrapped around a package of what I call COD. Cost of delay. So if you're dealing with your nuts and bolts example and you have the potential of saving a $1 million, let's say a month, and this process takes three months, you've given up $3 million, you'll never get back. Because you have an implemented. But if you can get this to the point where you can implement it in a month, in reality, you're going to get a savings of $2 million that you wouldn't have received if you went through the traditional 7 step sourcing process that takes a lot of time in a dance between the supplier and the customer because no one's really exactly sure where they need to be or where they want to be and things of that nature. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So okay. So there is something to be said of. And I think it's important for our listeners, some of who are in manufacturing some of whom are not. Some of them are in procurement some from where we're not. It's useful to know what are our rules of thumb and kind of our measuring sticks for return on investment here.

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"westfall" Discussed on AI in Business

AI in Business

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"westfall" Discussed on AI in Business

"Inventory management has come up in manufacturing, so many other use cases, procurement specifically, not exactly the hottest topic we've covered, but it's definitely an area where there's a lot of room for improvement. There's a lot of clunky guessing games and procurement and they are extremely costly if we get them wrong, whether we're ordering too much or too little of something or overpaying or taking too long to get something, all of these have downstream consequences in the manufacturing domain. Our guest this week is an expert in this space. David Schultz is the VP and chief supply chain executive at westfall, westfall is a manufacturing firm based in Las Vegas, Nevada. David studied chemical engineering before getting his MBA at Bentley. Westfall is a contract manufacturer. They do a lot of different things, but they work a lot in plastics and resins. David himself has studied chemical engineering before getting his MBA at Bentley university and then serving a number of leadership roles in the supply chain. Today, we break up this interview into two sections. The first of which is articulating what the specific challenges are in procurement in manufacturing. Why is this as consequential as it is? And what kind of rules of thumb guessing games do we have to play today and manufacturing to make business decisions? We have to guess how much our customers are going to do business with us. We have to guess which of them are being overly optimistic about the orders that they say they're going to do this year, which of them we think are being a little bit more truthful or have a better understanding of reality. We have to factor all of that in to how much we're going to spend for parts and materials for our manufacturing operations. The second part of the interview, we focus on where data and artificial intelligence fit into the mix, westfall is a client of orchestral, orchestral is the sponsor of this series. So we previously had an episode with Edmund Zachary, who's the CEO of orchestral.

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"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

"With murder. On July 1st, 1993, deputy westfall gets a call. It's one of his colleagues from the FBI. Did you hear the news about Swami Keith? He asks, westfall says he hasn't. The agent's size and continues. Dershowitz got him off on a technicality. Remember how the prosecutor said the Keith and Steve Ryan killed because he was going to expose Keith as a pedophile? Yeah, let's fall answers. And.

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"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

"In July of 1986, Keith sits in the back of a small Indian car that's parked on a side street in Bombay. Terry Sheldon and another man are crammed into the back with him. A fourth sits in the passenger seat. They've told their driver to take a walk. It's stifling inside the car, but they don't dare open the windows for fear of being overheard. They've all played a part in the plot to kill Steve Bryant, and they've met to discuss what to say if they're indicted. Even if the air conditioning was on, they'd still be sweating. Keith insists that Krishna would guide and protect them, but this sounds more like denial than faith. Meanwhile, the movement is continuing to fracture. Some of Keith's advisers abruptly leave new vrindavan, the head of Los Angeles book trust resigns after he's caught having an affair with a teenage girl. Guru in Australia is housed for having an affair with a teenage boy. Back in West Virginia, Randall gorby is recovering from his burns. The investigation into his house exploding revealed that someone unscrewed a valve, allowing gas to fill the house, but the police haven't been able to identify a suspect. After 7 weeks in the hospital, corby's released, but he doesn't visit friends or go back and rebuild his house. He disappears without a trace. The feds have put him into the witness protection program. When Keith returns to new vrindavan, he uses temple funds to hire a lawyer for his case, but leaves here to defend for himself. Tear has to make do with the public defender, but just as westfall suspected, tear to reject a plea bargain. It looks like he'll carry his secret to the grave and Keith will remain free. By September, the communist decimated. So many devotees have left, the Keith has to lay off the entire staff. The printing press that used to crank out counterfeit stickers and baseball caps to sell at ball games and concerts sits idle. And with no one left to run the dairy and all incoming funds going to Keith's legal defense, new vrindavan sacred cows begin to starve. Then, in November, tragedy strikes. Steve Bryant's youngest son drowns in a pond on the commune. It appears to be an accident, but Keith blamed Steve. He issues a statement, saying it happened because Steve's family has bad karma. But then, Keith's own bad karma catches up to him. A grand jury convenes to investigate the connection between Keith and Steve Bryant's death. On December 5th, 1986, deputy westfall sits in the county courthouse in kingwood West Virginia, nervously waiting for the jury to return a verdict in tear to his trial for the murder of chuck saint Denis. He surprised the courtrooms only half full for what he considers one of the biggest cases of his career. Tear sits with his public defender, staring at his hands. Prosecutor Tom white looks worried. Westfall can't stand him. He's the same guy who refused to file charges when westfall brought him the case three years ago. He didn't want to take the case this time either. He's afraid he'll lose, and he won't be reelected. But westfall is worried, too. Steve's widow Deborah and doctor Nick testified and they seemed credible. Randall gorby even came out of witness protection to take the stand. But tear to his accomplice, Dan Reed refused to testify, even when he was offered a plea deal, and chuck's body has never been found. The jury could go either way. Westfall holds his breath as the jury files in. They've only been deliberating for four hours and that's not.

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"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

"It's the first week of June 1986. Deputy westfall sits in a conference room at the West Virginia state police department in wheeling. An air conditioner rattles behind him. In front of him as a box, overflowing with files, a state police have asked westfall to help them build their case. They don't have any solid evidence that tear to kill steep frying. The westfall has plenty of evidence that tear to killed another devotee three years earlier. The state troopers listen intently as he picks up a sheaf of papers and adjusts his reading glasses. This is a statement from Nick sack Rios. He's the medic up in the commune. Nick said, tier two told me that they shot chuck saint Dennis 12 times and stabbed him repeatedly. He wanted to know how it was medically possible that chuck was still on his feet. It was my impression that his primary emotion was not remorse, but curiosity. That's one bad dude. That's one hell of an understatement. The trooper leans back in his chair and cocks his head. Something doesn't make sense. Wait. You're telling me you had a sworn statement from a witness that the perp flat out confessed and the prosecutor wouldn't take the case? Yes, sir, that's correct. Well, that's bullshit. Let's get a warrant. Westfall smiles. If he wasn't such a tough son of a bitch, he might even shed a tear. He promised chuck's widow. He'd bring tier to the justice,.

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"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

"Has to admit it's unsettling. All right, so where'd you get this? I just got off the phone with deep frying. He made a thousand copies sent them through the media, the locals in the Christmas. The sheriff puts his palms on westfall's desk and leans in for emphasis. And he's on his way here. He wants me to put him in protective custody. He says there's going to be a holy war. Let's follow on his feet before he even realizes it. Holy war. What the hell is this guy got planned? Westfall arrives at the commune and immediately noses a change. There's a lot of security. Every car that enters the commune is being searched. The devotees who have been present to security service are clearly scared and way out of their league. One struggles to put on a bulletproof vest and another tells westfall, he's heard all sorts of terrifying rumors that armed gangs are going to show up, and that a bomb has been planted under the palace of gold. Westphal gets on the radio, and immediately arranges for extra patrols. For years, he's dreamed of bringing down Keith ham, but not like.

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"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on American Scandal

"Deputy Thomas westfall pushes a shopping cart towards his car, wondering how he always manages to pick the cart with the rattling wheel. To stay off, and he's vowed not to think about work. But as he loads his groceries into the back seat, he sees Deborah gear standing next to a battered old truck with blue boy nursery stencils on the side. Deborah is a living reminder of his failure. A few months ago, her husband, Jacques saint Denis, was murdered at Newfoundland. They both know who did it. Tear to the community enforcer, along with an accomplice. But he suspects The Killers were just following orders. It's Keith ham that rules November, like a mafia boss in westfall has made it his mission to bring Keith down. He thought chuck's murder would topple Keith's golden palace of cards, but the body was never found, so the prosecutor wouldn't take.

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"westfall" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth

Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth

"Because we've got mel locks on the shore to the town we've got. The folks are holed up in like this kate that used to be an alliance outpost or whatever. So there's many different quests and the quest to various well and i like the sound many because it's a very kil heavy quest zone so full westfall end elwyn you've very much. Had i a limited amount of these. Kill quests and these kill quests exact so kill six you know kobo awebber whereas in a road rage. It's unique five pieces of like spider me but it will take you about twenty kilos to get it thirty and take fifty. If you're unlucky it's just one of the things and these quests So of a buffet for myself because i tend to skip. Some quests thou dot necessarily like these buffa quests really help in terms of filling out the xp the. I might have missed from not picking up the requests. That i don't necessarily enjoy and this is where i saw of catch up with my leveling. Almost one sorry redbridge verdict. Because it's just a nicer of wom- failing cozy failing of that. You know autumn or full retirement winter time the zone. Now's great quests Very much simple but great at the same time and they fit mice placed. Oh and my leveling guide really well because it is of a filler of that x. paid on my of missed in the past moving on we've got his bryant. Oh wetlands is well these two so content at the same time so they all completely different. I'm not gonna lie. His bride of as as a bit more lush green got rival towns. It's a very small condense design so everything's quite close to each other and the quest of very simple one off the other killed. This killed that. They scrap that very simple. Absolutely love it and it does have a bit of low behind it. If you all alone with the ashburn staff eve. Obviously it was a town of low jeroen and loader on is now under city it scott bedlow behind Design and is good fun to just chill out that that's where i so one or two levels. If i'm not necessarily feeling good about any of the designs just wanna switch up. A bit and wetlands is completely different is a marsh. It's literally marsh and it's quite balik. I'm not even an ally is quite a bit league zayn. It's very much donkey. Green voter everywhere. It reminds me of england which is home. Some unconscious used a lot. I guess but it's a switch up from everything that on previously have been going to you know elwyn forest westphal Dusk would dusk. What is kind silent. So dog Stuff on that but the question is like because the zion is shaped like a dolphin. It's very much just an arch. The quest send you out and you just go around this orange from left to right. And that's what makes it. Amazing for me because i like to do things very methodically when i come to questing. So ohno quest. Anita grab an know what to do and also a plan our route. I'm having this arch really helps out because you can just bounce from one question the of and then when you get to the end you can just go back in anything that you might have missed the. You might know of one to do at the time but you want to do now. You can obviously do on the white bank..

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"westfall" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on KCRW

"Generally when the president does bad things the way our structure works is that political consequences are supposed to be the main remedy for dealing with it like voting amount of office or impeaching him. And as of now, the way you put it isn't exactly right. But if the president is doing something that is very broadly within the scope of presidential duties. Then, yes, under the Federal Tort Claims Act on the Westfall Act. The government's going to step in and handle that. And sometimes it can't be reached at all. Like with defamation. Uh, you might disagree with it. But, you know, Mitch, I want you to be disappointed with the Constitution and the Congress of the United States, not with us. It doesn't extend to literally anything The president could say, right. Can we come up with some statements that the president could make? That would be so divorced from his official duties? Uh, that it would not be, uh, that it could not be protected by the by these federal laws. I mean, for example, what if he says that Arnold Schwarzenegger is an alien pod person sent to earth to to take over and and conquer us for the aliens? That's so unrelated to his duties that that would be defamatory right. It would depend on the context where he said it, So it's not so much the content alone as it is the content and the context. So if Arnold Schwarzenegger Criticized President Trump former President Trump back then, and Trump had responded in the course of his campaign and said Not only are these allegations not true. Not only am I a good president, but armed Schwarzenegger is a pod person, then yeah, that would probably be protected because What the courts have said, is that politicians talking about their ongoing suitability and legitimacy and eligibility for the job is within the broad scope of their duties. Now, on the other hand, if Trump one day at Mar a Lago during his many stays there had just wandered up to a microphone. And said, by the way armed Schwarzenegger's a pod person, have a good night. Try the veal tip your waitresses, Um, that might be outside the scope because it doesn't seem to be connected to anything. That's his duties. Said. The problem with the president, the reason may be that the president has such broad authority is that we're used to president running his mouth about a very wide variety of subjects and people asked the president about a very wide variety of subjects. The media comes and asked the president to comment on all sorts of things on the news that are well outside the scope of the president's. Power to do anything about. But answering those questions. Talking about those subjects is traditionally something presidents do and seen as within the scope of their authority, so things within the scope of the authority plausibly wind up being protected under the Tort Claims Act in the Westfall Act. So, but this would seem to sweep in virtually any actual, uh, false statement that we might have expected the former president to make because his his pattern was usually someone would say or do something he didn't like, and he would respond with an insult. And sometimes the insult would be pure opinion. Like he would say that Rosie O Donnell was ugly. Um, but sometimes the insult would be a factual claim. Like when he said that Cheri Jacobus Had begged him for a job that he had and that he turned her down for it. And that's another thing that he got sued over and I think in that instance it was that the the statement was bluster and maybe not intended as a factual claim. In fact, I believe he said that before he was elected, but if he had said that in office Then that seems like exactly the sort of thing that would've gotten swept in under this protection because it was basically someone. Cheri Jacobus was criticizing his fitness to be president. And he was responding, so it basically is carte blanche. For the sorts of lies that Trump might have wanted to tell. That's true. It is, and, uh, you're right that in the Cheri Jacobus case, it was based on something, he said on Twitter. And what the judge said. Basically was. Everyone knows. The president just runs his mouth on Twitter, and no one takes it seriously. So it's not defamation. Um, that's different than saying it's, uh, that he is immune under Tort Claims Act of the Westfall Act. I do think it is extraordinarily broad. It allows The president to do a lot of morally repugnant things. But the structure as chosen by Congress, with the text of these laws and as interpreted by the courts is very deliberate, too. So the president won't be consistently bombarded by lawsuits because Josh think about the modern legal environment and think about if you could Sue the president, and there was a decent chance of saying that some comment was out side The scope of the president's authority. Think how often the president would get sued. They go often. You know, Joe Biden now would get to the man is not the most disciplined speaker in the history of the Republic, and you can be confident he'd be sued all the time every president would be, and I think the sense is that that is To disruptive, So you know, we get our trade offs with law. You have situations where you give broad immunity and the trade off is some lousy things are allowed to happen. Some bad people get away with bad things. But for whatever reason, the policymakers have decided that's better than the alternative. And if we don't like it, the thing to do is to get Congress to change the Federal Tort Claims Act and the West fallout. But I mean going back to Mitch's point when he's disappointed in us and you say, Don't be disappointed in us be disappointed in the law. The law is, you know, it could be changed. Um and ironically, it's President Trump former President Trump, who very often Made these calls to quote, open up the libel laws. But when when I understood he meant by that was that it should be at least in general easier to sue people for libel and slander. Maybe not the president of United States, but it seems like we could have a standard here that was more tilted. Toward the plaintiff. Um, we talk about how difficult it is to prove defamation cases. Other countries have different standards. To make it significantly easier to prove. Is our system better? Well, that's kind of a big question. But, you know, I don't think you should infer when I'm describing what the law is necessarily an endorsement of it all the time. What we describe on this show what the law is what likely results are not necessarily whether or not it's a good thing. I think that it would be perfectly reasonable to make some limitations to the Federal Tort Claims Act on the Westfall Act, maybe even to allow defamation suits against federal government officials in some circumstances, And maybe you could carve out some areas that would allow the president to be sued..

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"westfall" Discussed on Team Never Quit

Team Never Quit

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on Team Never Quit

"A support system. Absolutely i don't know how people make it through against you when they don't have it and that's why i try to tell them i'm like you might not be ready at person. I sounds good humor. You might not like you might not hit it off. But that doesn't mean. I just feel that just even talks. The through certain things is so helpful. And give you clarity sometimes when you just don't even realize it. So do you feel like when you wrote the book. It did help you was that. What was that experience like. Did you get mad even more writing it or what was what were you feeling during the no i honestly felt it was helpful A good friend of mine. Myra helped me as well. She conducted some interviews with certain family members. That i was like you know. I'd probably would like to know what they were thinking their perspective. But i just couldn't bring myself to have those conversations with them so she did and so going back reading things and adding and editing and i think even opened my mind and my heart Yes it was my husband and it was a tragic loss for me but you know what other people were feeling like around me with huge as loud well. I can't wait for everyone to be able to read this book. I mean i think that especially people that have experience loss. You know just hearing other. People's perspectives is helpful. What's your goal with the book coming out sharing experience and what i went through what i felt helped me. I'm just hoping that it will help. Other people and as hard as it is sometimes going back especially Everything recently just the editor and everybody who is adding the times Mountains it had it go back through and rita at edited. Every little bit is helpful. Because i think the more you can just keep addressing it in facing it is you know is how to heal a little more at a. Don't believe that you ever are over your grief. I think that you still with it. But i think you have a choice in how you live with it. Every day and my whole goal was always to honor honor jock. And i don't feel that if i'm not living my life to the fullest and being the best version of that i can be And if that requires more counseling or more and more of that than to beat at to honor him honor his memory. I o that him and myself and drew in my kids like they need the best version of me right. That's so awesome. So when does it come out so beautiful tragedy. We are aiming for pre orders to start by the end of june and Than book in hand hopefully by like september. That is so awesome. I'm happy i really thank you. You've seen the process of markets. There's so much to it. They're like okay you. Could you sign copies in like are you on to you. Are you gonna ship on. Keep them here like if you're gonna sign them you know all these take a couple of days i am on my gosh. That's hard. it's a hard navigating all that kind of stuff you know. It's just it's overwhelming have a question from We have a platform called. Patriots were were our listeners can subscribe in have this kind of intimate access to to the podcast and they can ask questions directly to the guest in. We have a question from todd directly to you shar in he says. Thank you for all that. You are currently doing for vets and for being a great role model. What advice can you give to of us. Who are just getting started with that. Supportive based nonprofits. I think it's important to know what you want to help with. What is your mission. What is your goal in helping them Because there's so many great organizations in nonprofits out there. I've seen some foundations. Just be so all over the place in broad. So i think if you can narrow down Or even just fine a couple that you've really love the work that they're already doing and find ways to raise money and raise awareness to help them. I don't think that we always need to recreate the wheel so we can find some organizations that we already love what they're doing a find a way to support and help them. Yes agree with that. A hundred how can people in. Do you want people to follow you on social media. Sure let's go to good question. I forgot how i can be found. i'm definitely on instagram. I believe it's either under shar. Westphal hersher orissa westlb. I should know that. But i don't do you follow team. Never quit so you can Find me that way as well. I know that vallas books. That's a publishing company. That's helping me get my book published. They will have ways to get my book out that way. I do believe. I'm sure issa westfall on facebook. I don't use fontana. I use that. It's like sue buck when i remarried you know she honor my husband now. I took his name so westfall to find me. And i looked at is shar. westfall on. Instagram is c. h. a. r. westfall on instagram in Do you think you're gonna do any book signings. Will they told me that i. It's kind of all up in the air right now because of the viral. I mean you never know what Yeah be open. But i know that a family friends here Wants to host a big book signing party. Release here in jacksonville florida And then i guess just based on whatever else comes about. We'll see from their age. I don't plan on being like new york times bestseller. I'm just little down of while. I know so many people would love to meet you. Just get to hug you and get assigned book from you in with the virus navy that means virtual hug and you can do some zoo book signings or something. Dan.

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"westfall" Discussed on Team Never Quit

Team Never Quit

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on Team Never Quit

"You i'll do that like selfishly unconditionally. Like all the time. And that's why i love you so much. Thank you we all have that. One common goal in in our listeners. Feel it and i. I really believe that the community of patriots that log on and listen to the show and and even just our social media platform they all do such a good job honoring the guys. It is really. It's beautiful in. I'm very thankful that everybody. So say that about the anniversary coming up because it really does mean a lot when people share their pictures or whatever it is however they honor.

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"westfall" Discussed on Team Never Quit

Team Never Quit

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on Team Never Quit

"So putting it down on paper for other people to read. I think my Or what i'm hoping for. Is that open. Open their eyes and their minds If any of their family members friends are to go through it. That's a good point. I mean most people they don't you don't expect to lose your husband in your twenties. I mean that's it even if they are in the military we know the risks. It's just not something that that you ever think about. And it is such a huge pressure on you especially with operation redwing in the publicity that it had like to honor your has been. Can you do that in still move on and live your life. You know like it's such a a line to lock. Can you tell us about like when you first met drew in the struggles that you faced with that self battle like is it too soon an my can i do this. Still by honoring shock. Your you mind going into that. Oh no not at all. I mean no that is something that even a lot of Girls asking today obviously We're coming up on fifteen years so this has been a fifteen year long journey for me that i've learned a lot in the process but when i started dating drew are actually friends beforehand and it literally just started friend and he's slightly younger than me six years and so i was like not even thinking of the dating or anything like that and i think one of the things that helped us is that As we realized that we were there are starting to be feeling. We just continuously had Conversations and communicated about it. Because unfortunately i mean it's really to even think and say but there's so much judgment on you and you. I think bill put a lot of pressure on yourself. Because you don't want like you said it it such a national Tragedy and and so well known and and things like that and being within the field community. For as long as i had been you just kinda wonder are are his friends. I think it's too. Is he going to be good enough for everybody else and Was he going to be able to take what comes with me. And my path and that because i said from the very beginning like yes. I've accepted that shock is gone And and he's not coming back but he's not going away like i'm not gonna expect you to talk about him with me every day and i'm not they'll come days where i'm not crying about him all every day. But he's still there and and that's just that's just gonna how gonna be in thankfully for me withdrew. He's a very strong with it from the very beginning. And whenever he did have a question or a little hiccup you know about how he was feeling about something we we talked about it. And still now i mean obviously. They're not anywhere near as i don't even want to say like in our faces. It wasn't we first started dating. Still things come up. I mean that's just normal and especially with the book which is called a beautiful tragedy because you know kind of what it is. It's not losing. Jock wasn't beautiful but what i've been able to make of the situation and make my life from it is i feel is the beauty. And but yeah. There's i mean there's a lot to think about when you do start today. You for me like i said it was some. I wanted to find somebody that would allow me to still respect and honor jacques and not just put them away on a shelf and act like that never happened. I love drew yes. He's not a steel. he's nothing he. He is so funny any so giving his heart to you in just shines when he is around you in. I love that. I love that you've been able to move into a direction in your life. We've continued to to honor. Jacques made it. It's been fifteen years and you still honor him every day in. It's just it's a really beautiful thing to see. And i really admire you for doing that. And for at the same time holding a healthy marriage with kids beautiful kids and being able to to continue your life that change so quickly at such a young age thank you. Yeah he his great. He makes me laugh. He makes i love how he's able to make other girls and widows like you know that we meet up with see and meet that he's able to make them feel comfortable and i think that just big about his heart and how he genuinely has accepted my path and is comfortable in his in who he is and who. We are as a married couple and i love that. He's not threatened. I mean fortunately there's a lot of guys out there that are in so i've just admire that in him so much. Every time i've been around him he just lighten up room and He's very very sweet I love that you have found love again because that's so hard and it's so hard to find like i said someone that will not only love you. I mean it's up like it's hard to love you very love someone that will embrace who you know your past and embrace that jacques will never be out of your heart. Basically he is sharing your heart in. He's okay with that. And i love that. And i hope that for so many of our other friends that have lost their husbands at haven't found love again. Apres that that's that they find. They find they find someone that loves them in will be willing to share their heart This episode of the podcast brought to you guys by chilly. Sleep as of last friday. I'm officially a home owner. It's so exciting. Finally not sleep on that. Rv mattress. And i'm living it up. I've got my chilly. sleep system. unblock st- hooked up and just revolutionizing the leap you guys know. We love hearing remarkable stories about people who don't give up who don't quit but unfortunately some of the greatest folks we give up when it comes to getting good quality sleep. We're all busy trying to be our best. But we can't forget to feel are body and brain with the power that only a great night sleep can bring and that's where chile sleep today. Sponsor really shines. They're the pioneers of the original temperature regulating mattress pad chilly. 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"westfall" Discussed on Team Never Quit

Team Never Quit

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"westfall" Discussed on Team Never Quit

"Team never quit nation. Welcome back to another episode of the team. Never quit podcast. My name's andrew joined today by. Melanie latrell for an amazing. She never quit episode. Hey melanie how are you. Hey i am good. Tell everybody who we've got on the show today. Today we have shar westfall. Shar her has been was one of sixteen on the rescue helicopter during operation. Red wing shop fontaine and Has an incredible story of just resilience after losing her husband. I mean obviously. That's extremely painful. Experience that she went through and her story that she's going to share is how life took her after that like paths. That went down before. She lost jacques. She was extremely faithful to the ward. And she just had this great foundation and then she felt like everything fell apart. We'll she'll tell that story herself but the exciting thing of all this is shar has a book coming out where sheiks shares her experience in great detail. So we'll let her share that in excited to have her on and we especially because this is Coming up on the fifteenth anniversary of operation. That's going to be awesome. Let's do it like we do every week. We've got a patriotic question from one of our patriots. And i think this one actually works out perfectly for today's episode. It's from heather. Heather asks she says. I'm a mother of three boys and her youngest boy who is nine wants. Nothing more than to be a navy seal. He's actually already training. Do you want or encourage your children to be in the military. I yeah do you want more encourage your children to be in the military i. That's a good question because actually have a son that is the appropriate age for that It's something we talk about quite a bit because obviously he feels a little bit of pressure from. It's a self given pressure it's not. We're not putting up pressure on him but he feels like he should because he's marcus stepson but There's times where. I'm marcus tells him all the time. You do not need to fill my shoes. I walk my news you walk. here's You and so with that. He's really focused on school. And i guess my thing is in order to serve. You need to do it. Because it's your own passion. It's a fire burning inside. You unique to live this life of service in not weigh in and i'm not gonna pressure my kids to do that. They need that instagram. If he wanted to do that. If i saw you know strong. I would support him. But don't see that sort of not we'll see. How acts reacts in a couple more years nine years. Goodness are heather. Thank you for asking your question. If you guys want exclusive access to the show be able to get your questions answered join us on patriots on you get exclusive content some amazing swag and you could join us at patriot dot com slash team. Never quit all right guys. Let's get to shars episode shower. Welcome to the. She heard quit version of the team. Never quit podcasts. Were so excited to have you on first of all. I wanted to tell our listeners about us and hello we've known each other perfectly wrong. The first time we met was right before that gaylon bat route right. Yes i mean. I think i met you at the. I was at the big campaign gala via the big the first daylight. Yes so that would have been June two thousand ten. That was actually working. Nice first public date and it was a little overwhelming you. The lease expired is right. We bonded and we've been friends ever since then. I just adore her to death and she's always just cheerful and happy and she's just a great person. So i i'm excited for you to share your story and frivolous to get to know you And tell us about your your book and everything you've got going on okay. Oh the feeling definitely mutual. I'm excited that. I got to know you and that we've been able to maintain our friendship. Ever since 'cause you're just special and unique soul and It's a blessing to have you in my life. And i know a lot of people say that but i genuinely mean that. So thank you for having me on today and for putting up with me all these years craziness of the down. So i'm super excited about this new adventure. I embarked on It started a couple years ago. I was encouraged to have put up my one quote story down on paper I'm remarried now. Let me just start with that and My husband has always told me. You know you are a success story. Not everybody Come out of a tragedy. The way you have and i think that you could help other people because one thing i learned after going through such a law and at such a young age i mean like twenty nine that there's no blueprint. There is no book. There's no guidelines of how to do it. And i think i mean especially for neither time. I felt lost. And am i doing this right. And you feel judged and so he encouraged me to put it down on paper and that's where it all began and so it's That the exciting news that it's Finally going to print and going to be available within the next couple months. I'm super excited about. That is so exciting. I mean writing is a type of therapy and you know you you do it for your own reasons or whatever but when it can come to a point where you can share that with everybody that it's really cool. Yeah that's i mean that's what people told me. And like i said it was just something that i was encouraged to and i said you know i'll do it. We'll see where it goes and I didn't know if it would ever become a reality. And it has because like. I said i was twenty one or twenty nine when Jacques was wouldn't jacques was killed. And so at that age when you get married Gosh how got married in two thousand We had already been together since ninety six and think that you have your whole life ahead of you like that's just it's all planned out you. You've you're dating the man of your dreams and your going forward and so in that all came crashing down in two thousand five at twenty nine and didn't have our own kids yet Jacques had been married before me when he was younger and had a daughter and so i had a connection with her. But obviously you know that's different than your own and I just kinda felt lost. In like i was never going to have a family and having kids ever again and so when i started.

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"westfall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"westfall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Colleen Bradley, tell me the name and show telling Colleen the nanny. Yes. She was working at the shop. Closed predictor out in one of those crushing scene GTO. Was she to go? She was out on her fanny. So over the bridge. Hmm. There it is. Also did not watch that show. Okay? Bradley. Did you watch the nanny? Yes, I did actually. Mister Sheffield used to be on my old soap opera. Which was days of our lives Wonderful. Welcome his. He played shame. Wow, Thanks for sharing that. Here's the deal. Isn't it weird that like I watched that dumb soap opera for like a decade of my life, and I can tell you So many things that happened on that show. And if I tried to tune in today, I would have no idea because so much is so much changes. Okay. Sorry going. That's true man. Also that I retain all that junk. And I can't remember like what we had for dinner two nights ago. Okay? Come on. Here's our fourth theme song, a show that's in the Tummy, Westfall, multi verse Tell me the name of this show here. Probably trainer Bradley, That is Mission Impossible. A I want to know how the all these air connected because that's half the fun, right? Right. Like if we were still in our twenties or in college and getting drunk sitting around our dorm rooms, we would what we'd be talking.

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Teachers help students make sense of violence at US Capitol

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Teachers help students make sense of violence at US Capitol

"Teachers help students make sense of the violence at the US capitol Blake Bussmann showed his tenth grade class in Alabama photos of the capital students were very just kind of we did with the images and it's ten fifteen seconds per image for the next one I said nothing students wrote poems in reflection mark Westfall in Saint Paul Minnesota field the comparisons to the killing of George Floyd nearby in Minneapolis you're thinking in the back you might be very careful you don't want to say this is there going to be who's going to call me out on a question between insurrection and in the C. H. approaches very minor very now David McMullen students in Connecticut talk about a double standard made being people of color they had done the same thing is I'm a Donahue

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Paul Westphal, Hall of Famer who won NBA title with Boston Celtics, dies at 70

The Armor Men's Health Hour

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Paul Westphal, Hall of Famer who won NBA title with Boston Celtics, dies at 70

"Of Famer Paul Westfall has died. Westfall won a championship with the Boston Celtics and moved to coaching after his playing career ended. The 70 year old was diagnosed with brain cancer last August. I'm Steve

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Former Seattle Sonics coach Paul Westphal dies after long battle with brain cancer

IRG Health Talk

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Former Seattle Sonics coach Paul Westphal dies after long battle with brain cancer

"Coach and Hall of Fame basketball player Paul Westie Westfall has passed away if he makes son confirming his death yesterday. He was 70. No cause of death was given, although he had been diagnosed with brain cancer last August. Five time All Star Guard Westfall played in the MBA from 70 to 84 around here. He played one season for the SuperSonics from 1982 81. Then he spent three seasons as the head coach of the team from 1998 to the year, 2000. Peace

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"westfall" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"westfall" Discussed on 600 WREC

"President Joe Biden is worried about crowd size due to Corona virus, and it appears he wants no crowds in D. C on Inauguration Day parade stands have been removed from Pennsylvania Avenue and this transition team is encouraging people to stay home and participate in the swearing in ceremony virtually The Presidential inaugural committee has canceled the traditional inaugural luncheon at the U. S. Capitol. The president elect will lead a vigil for pandemic victims on the eve of his inauguration at the Lincoln Memorial, reflecting pool Rachel Sutherland. Fox is Louisiana Congressman elect Luke Let Lowe was remembered Saturday as a man who loved people and felt called to serve others the 41 year old incoming Republican member of the U. S. House. By Tuesday from covert 19 complications. Not so friendly friend Request 29 year old Caliber six sent his old boss have Facebook request on Christmas Eve. But when he didn't get a proper response, berserk, reportedly set his exploits menacing messages. Including one that red accept my friend request or I'm going to murder you. The Williston Herald Reporting versus is accused of kicking down the front door of his former boss's house. He's charged with felony counts of burglary and terrorizing. He's due in court later this month for a hearing on the charges. Krista Male Fox News, a couple of Hall of Fame, athletes of past Paul Westfall, Ah Basketball Hall of Fame player. Won a championship with the Boston Celtics in 1974 and later coached in the N B A and in college, died of brain cancer. He was 70 at football Hall of favor. Floyd Little has lost his battle with cancer at the age of 78. Little was a three time All American at Syracuse before starring for the Denver Broncos from 1967 to 1975. He was nicknamed the franchise because his signing was credited with keeping the team from relocating. I'm sound she ingress. Oh,.

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 Divac leads Class of 2019 into Basketball Hall of Fame

Ron St. Pierre

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Divac leads Class of 2019 into Basketball Hall of Fame

"The Naismith hall of fame go to welcome in the newest class of basketball's best and brightest today it's the hall of fame induction ceremonies with boxes metropolitan twelve new inductee will take their place in Springfield today seven modern era basketball hall in Chinese among them two time NBA coach of the year bill Fitch NBA all stars like Bobby Jon city Moncrief Paul Westfall and Jack sick but joined by W. NBA legend Theresa Weatherspoon and collegiate champs from the nineteen fifties tennis a an online there's also five inductees from very selection committees among that pack what. you develop from the international committee al Attles from the contributor committee hand Chuck Cooper from the early African American pioneers

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Leadership Language by Chris Westfall

The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff

11:50 min | 4 years ago

Leadership Language by Chris Westfall

"Entrepreneurs, business owners professionals who seek excellence, bringing them business classroom to you. It's the business builders show. Here's Marty wolf. Welcome to the business builders show with Martin wolf the show for entrepreneurs, business owners and business leaders. I Marty wolf your host for the business builders show along with my executive producer, DC Taylor. We will be your guides on this learning journey. Let me tell you my super objective in being with you today. I want to lose iast ethically share stories and information to inspire leaders so they can inspire of theirs. I'm proud to let you know we record the business builders show in the studios of ninety four, three FM the talker, which is part of bold gold media. And we are in Scranton Pennsylvania. The business builders show is distributed by c. suite radio. You can find our show and many other great shows at c. dash sweet radio dot com. Various podcast is a part of the c. suite radio network for more top business podcasts, visit c. Desk, sweet radio dot com. My special guest with me today is Chris Westfall. Hi, Chris. How are you sir? Doing great Marty, how are you? I'm doing fantastic. I've been looking forward to this conversation. We're going to be talking about your book on ounce that in a second, let me do kind of a formal introduction. Chris Westfall he is an internationally recognized business coach who regularly works with fortune one hundred companies as well as high growth businesses. Chris has appeared on c. n. n. ABC news and NBC TV in his writing has shown up in Forbes entrepreneur, success and other publications. Chris has customers like Cisco Hewlett Packard, Salesforce. The navy seals and many more. Here's something really interesting. Everything's been interesting up till then, but here's even more interesting. Chris Westfall has coached business billers onto shark tank dragons den in Canada and sharp. Shark tank Australia, and he's written a great book. The title of that book is leadership. Language to subtitle is using authentic communication to drive results. Chris again, welcome to the business builders show. Thank you, Marty, it's a pleasure to be here. Okay, so fundamental question, but it's always an important one. Who are you trying to help? What's this book? Again, leadership languages, the title. Maybe you needed help yourself. Maybe that's part of it or maybe you're experiencing something with clients so me, who do you who do you want to help with the book? Well, I think books always come from the author's experience, and certainly that's where this book started, but the objective is to reach out to two types of people. One actual leaders, people who are owners, entrepreneurs executives who have responsibilities for a team for an entire organization in many cases. And then the second group is aspirational leaders. Folks who may be aren't in the c. suite or haven't launched their business yet, but they know that it's on the agenda and it's something that they they want from themselves. So for for folks who look at their career, their life and look at business and say, I want to build something that's not here yet. That's that's really who this book is four. Interesting. I'm going to use a phrase. I'm going to mention a phrase that you mentioned throughout the book. I saw it as a theme now that's me saying that not you folks. You've said you said several times throughout the book you are never more than one thought away from innovation. Let me repeat that folks. You are never more than one thought away from innovation. So I want you to keep that in your head folks as you're listening to Chris talk because that kind of catch me kept me on the edge of my seat. Okay. So we have actual leaders who are doing big companies, small companies, everyone in in between and those who want to be leaders. You also. Kind of make a differentiation. I guess I'm going to ask it this way. So you talk about clients, but you also say clients can also be, you know, folks who you may be leading in the boy scout group. It could be someone it could be your own family. So is that true to or your thinking in terms of defining clients? Is that also part of your thought process when you wrote the book? Well, when you think about clients or another way, in other way to define client will be to say customer, and for me a customer isn't someone that you sell something to a customer is someone that you serve, and that's

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