17 Burst results for "jon d miller"

"jon d miller" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Due to the graphic nature of this colts crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of sexual coercion and abuse. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen mary. Elizabeth carreira didn't know where else to turn in her thirties. She felt so lost. She ran a successful counseling practice but believed she was unable to really help her patients plus her marriage was on the verge of divorce leaving her lonely and depressed so mary turned her old grad school. Classmate jon d miller he always seemed to have a solution for everything and he seemed to have a fix for her current problems too. He invited mary to his house to try new tool. He developed heal people. Mary arrived at his home in kittery. A small town in maine after some small talk. John handed mary his revolutionary instrument. A plane four inch plastic rod. He instructed her to hold onto it for five minutes. Mary didn't expect much but she follow john's directions. Her hands grip the gadget and soon she felt a wave of calm wash over her. Mary wasn't happy but she wasn't sad. Either she was just fine and she considered that to be a miracle realizing this was the solution she had longed for. Mary soon left her entire life behind. She poured all her money and work into john's radical new technology together. They co founded a nonprofit named the gentle wind project after mary. More people joined the movement believing that john's instruments could save them but instead the devices lord them into a dangerous cult in which john would control every single facet of their lives..

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"jon d miller" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on Cults

"Due to the graphic nature of this colts crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of sexual coercion and abuse. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen mary. Elizabeth carreira didn't know where else to turn in her thirties. She felt so lost. She ran a successful counseling practice but believed she was unable to really help her patients plus her marriage was on the verge of divorce leaving her lonely and depressed so mary turned her old grad school. Classmate jon d miller he always seemed to have a solution for everything and he seemed to have a fix for her current problems too. He invited mary to his house to try new tool he developed. he'll people. Mary arrived at his home in kittery. A small town in maine after some small talk. John handed mary his revolutionary instrument. A plane four inch plastic rod. He instructed her to hold onto it for five minutes. Mary didn't expect much but she follow john's directions. Her hands grip the gadget and soon she felt a wave of calm wash over her. Mary wasn't happy but she wasn't sad. Either she was just fine and she considered that to be a miracle realizing this was the solution she had longed for. Mary soon left her entire life behind. She poured all her money and work into john's radical new technology together. They co founded a nonprofit named the gentle wind project after mary. More people joined the movement believing that john's instruments could save them but instead the devices lord them into a dangerous cult in which john would control every single facet of their lives..

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"jon d miller" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Clinic and Arizona State University and we were awarded a grant by the National Cancer Institute to develop analog is to that drug that we licensed and we continue to do that. But our expertise is really in the rapid diagnostic testing, and that's where we way came from the expertise of being able to do that. Very simple little lateral flow test. You know about the size of a pregnancy Aston and with a drop of blood, you know, in 10 minutes we can tell whether or not you have neutralizing antibodies, and this is a point of care. It's Extremely inexpensive compared to drying blood and taking thousands of those to the lab and skinning them and eccentrics. So you know, we're very excited about our rapid diagnostic tests and look forward to getting it to market. What's next for you guys got going? You know, you got a little weird 2020. And we got to assume that some point this big giant ugly Kuti is gonna go away. Some time in 2021. How do you that he has a CEO of a publicly traded company. How do you plan when you can't really plan Well, you know, the key with this with this test for neutralizing antibodies is really the vaccines that are just starting to come out. All of these vaccines you need. You need to be tested 30 days later, 60 days, 90 days, another protocols. They're end points for all their you know, for the vaccine themselves. Require six different blood tests, and that's extremely difficult and expensive to do. And we believe that this is the only way that it can be done with millions and hundreds of millions of people who are going to get that vaccine because you need to know whether or not that vaccine is. You need another booster shot like the flu every year or you're where you're neutralizing antibodies are. Yeah, that Z. Yes to your pocket there, but that is Hey, Tom. When you come back with us at some point, really interesting stuff, And I appreciate you taking the time out with us. I'd love to see it, See again and perhaps even get you in studio here. Jon Hue Miller is the CEO of a company called Axum Biotechnology's. They are publicly traded under the socks Symbol eight X. I am and you can also go to their website. Axum Biotech calm. That's good news. I Yeah, I'm developing a spray. Just walking in the room, You know, like C s I just whatever we had we had. That guy has a break with the sprints. No,.

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"jon d miller" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The National Cancer Institute to develop analog to that drug that we licensed and we continue to do that. But our expertise is really in the rapid diagnostic. Castine, and that's where we wait came from the expertise of being able to do that. In a very simple little lateral flow test. You know about the size of a pregnancy test and and with a drop of blood, you know, in 10 minutes we can tell whether or not you have neutralizing antibodies, and this is a point of care. It's extremely inexpensive compared to drying blood and taking thousands of those to the lab and spinning him. And so you know, we're very excited about our rapid diagnostic tests and look forward to getting it to market. What's next for you guys got going? You know you gotta wait. 2020 and we got to assume that the point this big giant ugly Kuti is going to go away sometime in 2021. How do you fatty as a CEO of a publicly traded company? How do you plan when you can't really plan Well, here's the key. With this with this cast for neutralizing antibodies is really the vaccines that are just starting to come up all of these vaccines you need. You need to be tested 30 days later, 60 days, 90 days, another protocols. They're in points for all their you know, for the vaccine themselves. Requires six different blood tests, and that's extremely difficult and expensive to do. And we believe that this is the only way that it can be done with millions and hundreds of millions of people who are going to get that vaccine because you need to know whether or not that vaccine is is you need another booster shot like the flu every year or you're where you're neutralizing antibodies are. Yeah, that Z. Test in your pocket there, But that is Hey, Tom. Will you come back with some point really interesting stuff, And I appreciate you taking the time out with us. I'd love to see it, See again and perhaps even get you a studio here. Jon Hue Miller is the CEO of a company called Axum Biotechnology's. They are publicly traded under the socks Symbol eight X. I am and you can also go to their website. Axum Biotech calm. That's good news, So I Yeah, I'm developing a spray. Just walking in the room. You know, like CIA site just whatever is have.

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"jon d miller" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"Today. I was on the Intel report. Jon Stan Miller. Other Republic Broadcasting Network. Interview today and John I mean I just got in. You know trying to get my. Stuff together. Of course Jon is says like right on. I like Bluebonnets near the guy's amazing professional. Brings me on this show it says. Do you know anything about Greg Anderson? No I didn't know I. Look I didn't have any chance today. Look at headlines and they have a chance to look at anything. But. He was giving me the lowdown on Greg, Anderson. WHO's this police officer from Washington State? And he just basically up and said look. I'm not going to continue. To treat people like crap because you know they they're not observing. Governor ends lease. Executive orders. Not My job. I'm here to enforce the Constitution. I'm here to protect the people I'm not here to harass the people. So you. Put out a video and. IS A. Commanding officer agreed with him. But then you got word from the higher ups. Let this guy go. So they put it in. Mind suspended leave. And, so I found out about this I thought man. This guy's got guts man. He's got the harness to stand up to the the big the big wigs. And then I read. The, Los, Angeles Times? I was reading the Los Angeles Times I got this from the newsroom today that Los Angeles County stay at home borders will with all certainty extended for the next three months. and. Los Angeles County Health. Officer Dr Monty Davis is a good guy. He didn't issue an official extension, but of course this is something that A number of people argue over whether to continue I mean they're gonNA open the beaches. They say they're going to do a bunch of things that supposed to. Make, people feel better, but here's here's the thing. So many confusing messages are now being sent to the people about opening up and the arbitrary rules in the executive orders the mandate. They don't make any sense for example on the beach. Face coverings will be required, would not in the water and sunbathing won't be allowed only active recreation surfing running walking swimming. Will permit it and coolers chairs umbrellas at other of the other accessories typically dot. The shoreline would be left at home doesn't make any sense. But how does it make any sense I? Got Government officials are doing this and they don't have any proof that what they are doing is helping. The situation and people say well. They know better. No, they don't. They don't know any more than you do. They're. They don't I wish people would understand and they don't know any better than you and so we have a police officer. You know we have this police officer. Greg Anderson Seattle police officer. Put the video on his instagram channel. His commanding officer told him that Hey I. Agree with what you had to say. Man I saw that on the Internet and then. The video goes. Viral is commanding officer says Nope, got to remove the video guy. Or. You'RE GONNA face disciplinary action. Orders were coming from above the commanding officer says, and so Anderson, said even pretend years. To remove the video placed on administrative leave said he will be terminated for insubordination. Not, even the police. Union is backing him now. But Anderson has already racked up more than two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars donations through a gofundme you drive. There was just a day ago. which is more than twice the average annual salary for Puerto Seattle police officer? There's a guy named Jordan Duncan Jordan Dunkin if I can say his name. Names Jordan, Dunkin. He's with a Lodi Police, department, the decide. I do same thing, but he's only made fourteen thousand less than twenty four hours with the help of a viral video that he said out. But it's interesting that. You know th the police officer says we don't violate. We don't get to violate people's constitutional rights. Because somebody in our command tells US otherwise, that's not how country works. And I got to thinking about this last night. Before I went on Stan Miller show before. I was writing. Paranormal APPS telepathic site I was ready to calm calm. Call for below. It's more or less extensions of the show, more or less extensions of another podcast. I do call how the world will end. And I got I got thinking little. Guy This epiphany and I was thinking about how there's this intrinsic set of instructions are encoded in every human being. And what it does is, it creates a social moral concept. Of Empathy Passion? Sorrow Life just this basic life things that keep you. In a efficient emotional state, okay! But there are some things though. They can damage that there's bad programming. There's emotional abuse. There's altering. There's buying control all these things that can happen to people and this causes deficits in high level emotions and one of the biggest ways to destroy a person is to scare them in guilt them into submission. Using emotional blackmail to put them in a position where they can't breathe. They just can't move and so they get the state of a state of panic and confusion. And these people that do this to those who are good hard and have that empathy are psychopathic characters develop upon this regular substratum. Bet goes with the moral defects of being a psychopath, their ruthless. And of course, corporate setting, there are a lot of people who are considered psychopaths because they have that represented idea of Being the big cheese I mean a lot of people, entertainment and business, and another occupations that do this and and many of us want like that fall victim to psychopaths because. They use destructive dynamics to get what they want and expect nothing less than devotion to their cause, which is basically a benefit to them, and not you. You don't get any benefit out of it, and so they get to do things and do things to people which are not cool. It so when you're looking at world hunger, you're looking nuclear proliferation. You're looking at a spread of covid nineteen, one of the most serious things we're looking at here our leaders. That, we depend on to address these problems. But they turn around on US and they blame us at. Treat us like we deserve to be beaten down into submission. They want to hurt us. And then he would stop and wonder why certain people have the charisma to continue to abuse their power while others see them as bellwethers, pipers and a lot of the Times. We get into the Stockholm Syndrome where we understand why they treat us way do or there are people that just say hey. You know what not GonNa. Do it anymore. Because, you, know people. People tend to listen to other people that so basically that are considered popular. This person's popular the listen, but if not, they won't listen. Think the crazy conspiracy theories or otherwise. If I turn on the mainstream news. I see these Kobe nineteen reports. I hear the death tolls. I read the sick logs. I know what's going on. Doesn't make me an expert I. Mean I've studied this stuff long before what I was doing lectures about talked about Klay and disease x, and and I had. Contacted, the desert I had a number of people. Come and see me speak. It was all about what we're talking about now. And so it was hard to Ryan Gable, the other night and I. Said You know I noticed CNN. Now that instead of having like a scene of Washington DC behind the mercy of New York behind some big city. You're seeing these like balloons balloon, but they're not, they're. They're like CGI Kobe nineteen. You know those little. You know pokey. 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"jon d miller" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"Today. I was on the Intel report. Jon Stan Miller. Other Republic Broadcasting Network. Interview today and John I mean I just got in. You know trying to get my. Stuff together. Of course Jon is says like right on. I like Bluebonnets near the guy's amazing professional. Brings me on this show it says. Do you know anything about Greg Anderson? No I didn't know I. Look I didn't have any chance today. Look at headlines and they have a chance to look at anything. But. He was giving me the lowdown on Greg, Anderson. WHO's this police officer from Washington State? And he just basically up and said look. I'm not going to continue. To treat people like crap because you know they they're not observing. Governor ends lease. Executive orders. Not My job. I'm here to enforce the Constitution. I'm here to protect the people I'm not here to harass the people. So you. Put out a video and. IS A. Commanding officer agreed with him. But then you got word from the higher ups. Let this guy go. So they put it in. Mind suspended leave. And, so I found out about this I thought man. This guy's got guts man. He's got the harness to stand up to the the big the big wigs. And then I read. The, Los, Angeles Times? I was reading the Los Angeles Times I got this from the newsroom today that Los Angeles County stay at home borders will with all certainty extended for the next three months. and. Los Angeles County Health. Officer Dr Monty Davis is a good guy. He didn't issue an official extension, but of course this is something that A number of people argue over whether to continue I mean they're gonNA open the beaches. They say they're going to do a bunch of things that supposed to. Make, people feel better, but here's here's the thing. So many confusing messages are now being sent to the people about opening up and the arbitrary rules in the executive orders the mandate. They don't make any sense for example on the beach. Face coverings will be required, would not in the water and sunbathing won't be allowed only active recreation surfing running walking swimming. Will permit it and coolers chairs umbrellas at other of the other accessories typically dot. The shoreline would be left at home doesn't make any sense. But how does it make any sense I? Got Government officials are doing this and they don't have any proof that what they are doing is helping. The situation and people say well. They know better. No, they don't. They don't know any more than you do. They're. They.

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"jon d miller" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"Today. I was on the Intel report. Jon Stan Miller other Republic Broadcasting Network interview today and John I mean I just got in? You know trying to get my stuff together. Of course Jon is says like right on I like bluebonnets near the guy's amazing professional brings me on this show. It says you know anything about Greg Anderson. No I didn't know I look. I didn't have any chance today. Look at headlines and they have a chance to look at anything but he was giving me the lowdown on Greg Anderson. Who's this police officer from Washington State? And he just basically up and said look. I'm not going to continue to treat people like crap because you know they. They're not observing governs lease executive orders. Not My job. I'm here to enforce the Constitution. I'm here to protect the people. I'm not here to harass the people so you put out a video and is a commanding officer. Agreed with him. But then you got word from the higher ups let this guy go so they put it in mind. Suspended leave and so I found out about this. I thought man. This guy's got guts man. He's got to harness to stand up to the the big the big wigs and then I read the Los Angeles Times. I was reading the Los Angeles Times. I got this from the newsroom. Today that Los Angeles County stay at home borders will with all certainty extended for the next three months and Los Angeles County Health Officer. Dr Monty Davis is a good guy. He didn't issue an official extension. But of course this is something that A number of people argue over whether to continue. I mean they're gonNA open the beaches. They say they're going to do a bunch of things that Supposed to make people feel better. But here's here's the thing. So many confusing messages are now being sent to the people about opening up and the arbitrary rules in the executive orders the mandate they don't make any sense for example on the beach face coverings will be required would not in. The water and sunbathing won't be allowed. Only active recreation surfing running walking. Swimming will permit it and coolers chairs umbrellas at other of the other accessories typically dot. The shoreline would be left at home. Doesn't make any sense. But how does it make any sense? I got government. Officials are doing this and they don't have any proof that what they are doing is helping the situation and people say well. They know better no they don't they don't know any more than you do they're they.

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"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For the sons of the pioneer concert at the flying guest ranch in Wickenburg tonight, that would be an awesome awesome way. And the weather's going to cooperate is going to be fantastic. Sure. Tumbling tumbleweeds is on the set list guys. Great. We talked with Mr. Dan fiddly from the desert Cabrera's western museum. Arizona's most western museum. Eight o'clock we talked about compost vegetable gardening, nine o'clock. He was opened. Our we took a lot of questions about plumbing and water heaters. And in our we talked a bit about home sustainability and excess ability with Jon Wesley Miller. So one of the things in this program with is if you're contemplating doing a remodel don't do it with anyone that will take a look at your whole house. We've got to take a look at the whole house how it operates as a unit not just one standalone room addition. If you're couldn't do a kitchen makeover. Let's take a good hard look at what we could do why were there to increase the sustainability of your own the energy efficiency, your your home all at a cost competitive protocol. There was a while when green building and sustainability was being introduced to the industry that you had to be kind of inclined to spend extra money to accomplish these returns, the technology and products and procedures have all evolved to the point. Where a lot of the things we can do cost you little or nothing that will pay you back for as long as you're in that house so proceed with extreme caution. Don't let a lot of the. Confusing information out there steer you wrong. Okay. Hey, did you want me to wrap up the aging in place stuff? Sure. Okay. So I just want to repeat a couple things, and I'll put them on Facebook the Amy had called in about a product you could put chimes on your door. You know, it's a little unit and its sabre red dot com. Say bra red dot com. So if you're looking for something to alarm me when someone comes from the house. Okay. The book that I mentioned, which is really a great handbook. So many good things things. You've thought about things you've questioned things you haven't even thought about how to care for aging parents Virginia Morris, and it tells you how to have the conversations that need to be had not an easy thing to do. Okay. And then I have some kind of sweet that was sent in while you were in hospital minutes, and God looked down on seniors. You ready for this really cute? Little by pastor. Bill bjork. Okay. Okay. Most seniors never get enough exercise therefore in his wisdom. God decreed that seniors would become forgetful. So we have to search for their glasses keys and other things they've misplaced and thus move around more and God looked down and saw that it was good. Then God saw there was not. There was yet. Another need. Consequently got in his wisdom made seniors lose coordination. So they would drop things which would require them to bend and reach stretch. And God looked down and saw that it was good. Then God considered the functioning of senior bladders and decided in his wisdom that there might be calls of nature more frequently requiring more walking to the release station, which would burn calories. God looked down and saw that. It was good seniors were obliged to exercise more from these senior shortcomings in did become more active as a result. So if you find you are required to get up and down more as you age. Remember, it's God will and in your best interest. Even though you mutter under your breath for after all. Vowed looked down upon seniors and saw that it was good it proves once again got has a great sense of humor. Yeah. That was one of many many sweet things that were sent to you while you're convalescing. Well, the one of the peculiar things about convalescing out of your home. For three months is Gary everybody reorganizes for you. Yeah. You come back to your own home. And nothing is where you left it, of course. And so now, you're on a double search mission. Okay. Where would they put it if they were trying to help me and organiz for me where this go where Dako and you had no clues or anything to pull from said. Damn what you're looking for is near the clause. Right. Right. Ask right. Just saying. The third Luther house. What were you looking for Honey? Yeah. Right. Right. Oh, that's over there. Exactly. Well, then a daughter that comes in from our town and organizes for you. And then leave town. She's only a Skype away too. Yeah. That's right. And when you find it. Yeah. That is more logical place for. Just wasn't my idea figured out. I well, folks we you enjoyed today.

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"jon d miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Morning. We're busy with custom home builder. Nationally known for his efforts in sustainability green building as well as accessibility. Mr. Jon, Wesley Miller builder of the armory park subdivision, and John I have to tell you. There's a lot about that it Dr subdivision that I love, but the one thing that really catches me is driveway garage access in the back at all the front yards face each other. We you could act you grab a big glass. Mid Santi sit out on the front patio and visit with your neighbors walking up and down the the walkway. You've got set up Rosie that. That's exactly right. And that was one of my main ideas when we were planning the development to make it. Our neighbor friendly, you know, a lot of people they pull in their garage. And never go out your front door. But with our neighborhood every house has a front porch, and there's a six foot wide walkway between the houses their houses are a little over forty feet front porch to front porch. So if anybody's walking down the walk, and you're sitting out on the front porch, you say Hyoety, and if you wanna talk to you can, but it's so important, and and we've been featured in in lots of articles about neighborhood friendly. It's a beautiful setting when we're building very often for clients out of the mid west one of their first questions is why don't y'all have basements. And then the second question is why do y'all put these walls up around your backyard? Well, I think originally it was the keep the the snakes. Yeah. Some people like the privacy. But the other thing Rosie that important as we've done a lot of building for real charac sensible homes and by having a six foot walk. To wheelchairs can actually passed each other walking as as well as people walking side by side. So accessibility for people that are disabled or in Wiltshire is an important part of the development, which continues on into the house with accessible bathrooms and those steps from the front going in the house. You know, I I would consider this one concept of supply side economics wants a family moves into arm repair and experiences all the subtle little differences that are there. There aren't any other subdivisions they're never going to be happy any place else. Well, I drove through their Sunday. And there's not one house for sale the ninety three completed occupied homes and there's not one for sale. They they're all to fight. That's fantastic. One home in there in particular is known as the vision home of Tucson, give us a brief description of what that home is. Well, the idea was to take all the latest greatest technology the most accessible efficient appliances plumbing super-insulation habit. Be enough solar energy that it actually sells power back. The Tucson electric power it generates more than us. Division. Home was a collaboration with the green building magazine, national magazine, and those people worked with us all the supplier searches Kohler plumbing, and and the different appliances were all part of the demonstration project of how you could make it beautiful as well as energy efficient. I tell you what Mr Miller, we're going to have to have you back on the show because you, and I both know we could make a huge impact by creating subdivisions like armory park, but we have a huge housing inventory. That is so grossly underperforming. United need avocado. Sation just how do we implement this on the remodeling work? That's going to be involved in our trades over the next day. Decades, or Rosie O be happy to talk about that. Because we've been able to help a lot of people modernize their homes with extra insulation. Better windows, solar, hot water, and all the things we do in the new ones a lot of that. We can do in the existing older housing stock as well. That's fantastic. We're visiting you. Mr. Jon, Wesley Miller of the Jon Wesley Miller companies builder realtor and consulted in the Tucson area been active in the industry for fifty years and recognize nationally as a leader in sustainability green building and accessibility as highlighted in armory park. You can check him out and his website, Jon, Wesley Miller companies dot com where you can get a tour of a lot of his work at armory park in particular, Mr.. Miller again. I just can't thank you enough for join us, and we're gonna get you back. And we're going to emphasize the next time you're on just what can we do with the house again, Tori, we're already stuck with?.

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"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We're visiting with custom home builder nationally known for his efforts in sustainability green building as well as accessibility. Mr. Jon, Wesley Miller. Builder of the armory park subdivision, and John I have to tell you. There's a lot about that entire subdivision that I love, but the one thing that really catches me is driveway garage excess in the back at all the front yards face each other. We could actually grab a big Lhasa mid son t sit out on the front patio and visit with your neighbors walking up and down the the walkway. You've got set up. Well, Rosie that. That's exactly right. And that was one of my main ideas when we were Glendening the development to make it a neighbor friendly, you know, a lot of people they pull in their garage and never go out your front door. But with our neighborhood every house has a front porch, and there's a six foot wide walkway between the houses their houses. Are a little over forty feet front porch to front porch. So if anybody's walking down the walk, and you're sitting out on the front porch, you say Hyoety, and if you wanna talk you can, but it's so important, and and we've been featured in and lots of articles about neighborhood friendly. It's a beautiful setting when we're building very often for clients out of the midwest one of their first questions is why don't have basements. And then the second question is why do you put these walls up rag your backyard? Well, I think the originally was to keep the snakes. He's out. Yeah. Some people like the privacy. But the other thing Rosie that's important is we've done a lot of building for wheelchair accessible homes and by having a six foot walk to real chairs can actually past each other. Walking as as well as people walking side by side. So excessive ability for people that are disabled or in wheelchairs is an important part of their development, which continues on into the house with accessible bathrooms and those steps from the front going in the house. You know, I would consider this one concept of supply side economics. What's a family moves into arm repair work and experiences all the subtle little differences that are there. There aren't any other subdivisions they're never going to be happy any place else. Well, I drove through their Sunday. And there's not one house for sale. There's ninety three completed occupied homes and there's not one for sale. They they're all that's fantastic. One home in there in particular is known as the vision home of Tucson, give us a brief description of what that home is. Well, the idea was to take all the latest greatest technology the most accessible efficient appliances plumbing super-insulation habit. Be enough solar energy that it actually sells power back. The Tucson electric power generates more than it uses division. Home was a collaboration with the green building magazine national magazine. And those people work with us, all the supplier searches Kohler, plumbing, and and different appliances were all part of the demonstration project of how you could make it beautiful as well as energy efficient. Why tell you what Mr Miller, we're going to have to have you back on the show because you, and I both know we could make a huge impact by creating subdivisions like armory park, but we have a huge housing inventory. That is so grossly underperforming. You. And I need to have a conversation. Just how do we implement this on the remodeling work? That's going to be involved in our trades over the next decades. Rosie O be happy to talk about that. Because we've been able to help a lot of people modern. Is their homes with extra insulation? Better windows, solar, hot water, and all the things we do in the new ones a lot of that. We can do in the existing older housing stock as well. That's fantastic..

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"jon d miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"At night. And the. Remassed becomes. Storage since hit color sex up the next day. That's y'all. Part of it is we a ceiling fans for Chelsea circulation. Sure, we're here. Visiting with this Jon Wesley Miller custom home builder in Tucson known nationwide. As a leader in the sustainability green building and accessibility trends in the construction industry. We'll come back with John and talk a little bit about what net zero is. And can it be accomplished right after this? Don't get your windows replaced until you get educated and a quote from the experts at Pella windows. So we've got Adam home in your fiberglass product, in my opinion. It's the right window forever zone. Explain that a little bit us got a patented process. They pull Trud fiberglass through this die. It's a matted material. So unlike a life, the back of a shower enclosure, you know, how random strands and pokey, right? That's not what our windows. Look like, it looks like almost like a window screen mesh when it comes through in ready to to put into the frame, and once it's all heat-sealed and and made rigid the it goes through a powder coating process. So you can get a really nice looking window. That's very strong, very durable. And what matters is how you treat your doors and windows, they are the weakest link take the time to think through the right door and window. Tell us two locations in Scottsdale in Tucson, find them at Rosie on the house dot com under certify. News party city.

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"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ready for a fifteen minute break in the morning, the half hour lunch at fifteen break in the afternoon and building this show up every day on time for five days a week. But boy, that's the way. That's the way I grew up in the trades. Well, Roseling actually starving six day week. What's normal? Mark. During World War Two seven twelve hour days to help out the war effort boy. Got started back normal watch. Eight hour days, but we often work longer. And you dad was a carpenter in the Tucson market. Yes. He was a big fan, but contractor later. I worked for him off and on for. On my own. Nowadays, the same like longer time goes the more appreciated all the education. Know, that's gre-, Mr Miller. Most of you're a lot of your accommodations and national recognition revolve around your passion of green building sustainability and accessibility at what point what what drew you into that as as opposed to just falling in line with the way everybody else was building. Well, you know, learning about quality and learning about. Absolutely. Sure. Long about nineteen seventy three. Accounting manager, Kansas charm, beamed accounting, called me. Involved in getting the county building industry involved in solar energy. So that was kind of big out the real focus on sustainability. Sewer energy on as well as existing homes. So you started introducing the solar energy concept to the projects you're involved in and your education in your expertise in the whole green building sustainability. Effort good to the point where you've actually completed an entire sustainable subdivision. Just a stone's throw away from downtown Tusa. That's right. We call that one armory park del sole and every home, and there has solar energy solar. Hot water solar electric on the roof. They're on sex and the last I heard from the federal department of energy. It's the most energy development in the country. Well, it's ninety some homes, and as I understand the average utility Bill for these homes is under three hundred fifty dollars a year. That's that's for the handing a curling. Okay. A lot of people vary a lot depending on other things they do the whole thing heating and cooling. Ever is under that. Yes. That's true. World the cooling in the summer. Definitely is the biggest load for us living on the desert floors of Arizona, and I've been a believer for a long time in a concept y'all utilize called thermal mass, and particularly when utility companies kind of help us out with on peak and off peak power consumption, would you mind explaining your theory on thermal mass and off peak power consumption. Sure. Rosie number one the credit goes to the environmental research lab. I was being able to work with the university of Arizona. Burn mental rich search lab. Heart. Dr John Beck. Learned learn all kinds of information about how would work now. Large solar building space, so fly working out there which started to look at. What was the best wall climate we live in and adding masonry builder. All my life. Anyway. But. I was. Perfect quality of concrete. Now, they all day. If you had a conquering blocked out cold winter. Was there are more maths storage? Not being a lot of Thermo dynamics gorge travel sport cold. To play. Dr. Let's try. That's the on the outside the house instead of the aunt side. So that we actually score the warmth the wider coal. Summer and keep it. And the house so the. Laying on the outside. What's going on outside on the outside? And what you're doing or on the inside? On the inside. George. The wall and comes out every day. Whether the grueling. Works as well. That's kind of the fundamental. Behind it. And speaking details of getting this done are yo- building these extra your walls with a with a standard eight inch CMU and furry and putting a inch. High density foam and chicken wire or how how y'all accomplishing it? Well, no, we also have to make it look good. So on the outside. I have a eighty six gene block, but we feel that solid with concrete. So literally and actually have a solid green. Wall the answer relation Bali. So sorry. On the outside one or two answers. And then we're stuck on narrating over that. And stucco on the outside making it, look, Nick. That's not part of the structure, but it makes the house with ready so on the app. I don't wanna do anything. Away from that mass. Thank you. Look good on the inside by taking the same texture. We look on on the drive will put that sank texture on the bench Marin wall. So you're seeing the mortgage the mortar. Lights. Literally have to knock on the world. Telling. Right. And so using this technique in the middle of the summer P, let you buy off peak power at about a third the price of on peak power and you get your home comfortable off peak. And then you allow your home just to sleep through the time period where they're charging on peak. And and I think the whole subdivision proves the efficiency of that of that whole process. Rarely has working Rosie. And and we have to answer can't on fire. Bonner understand how it works. So we recommend in the summer. All night. When the year that is more efficient as well. I think cool house every day Gray's, bore the dorm really would. That takes game out of the walls at night. As mentioned romanced victims. Storage system, so cooler. And sucks up the next day. That's also part of it is sailing dance for Chelsea circulation. Sure, we're here. Visiting with Mr. Jon Wesley Miller. Oh, custom home builder in Tucson known nationwide. As a leader in the sustainability green building and accessibility trends in the construction industry. We're gonna come back with John and talk a little bit about. What net zero is? And can it be accomplished right after this? Don't get your windows replaced until you get an education and a quote from the experts at Pella windows. So we've got Adam home in your fiberglass product, in my opinion. It's the right window forever zone. Explain that a little bit pillows got a patented process. They pull Trud fiberglass through this die. It's a matted material. So unlike like, the back of a shower enclosure, you know, how random strands and pokey. All right. That's not what our windows. Look like, it looks like almost like a window screen mesh when it comes through in ready to to put into the frame, and once it's all heat-sealed and and made rigid the it goes through a powder coating process. So you can get a really nice looking window. That's very strong, very durable..

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"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Over three decades of Rosie on the house. Good morning and welcome to Rosie on the house. We'll be joined this morning by very special guests mister Jon Wesley Miller of Tucson. And you may you may wonder what makes John so special. What if I told you that all his awards combinations and industry recognitions? We wouldn't get anything else done. It's a long long list builder in the custom home market of Tucson for the last fifty years. John would really appreciate you. Joining us this morning. Rosie. Actually, I'm honored by US can talk. You know, I broke into the home building industry. In the late sixties early. Seventies up at Phoenix, which I think was pretty close to the time. You broke into a home building in Tucson back in the sixties. Tucson was a nice little town. Actually rosie. Build my first child in nineteen fifty three. Wow. Art started. When I was nineteen years old and manage their hours twenty years old, and mar first daughter was born that same here so much of a landmark year nineteen fifty three now just for my own curiosity sake would got you into the building trades was at a family tradition. Yeah. My father was a carpenter probably defense carpenter I've ever met and. Me vantage him. Very hard to do..

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"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Awareness. So in connection with the home school, also holding blood, drives, you can donate lead. Today. The to red crosses the one that Broadway cold an up at foothills mall. All of that information is on our website. The Red Cross has an urgent urgent need for blood. So if people can't donate today and are eligible to donate. We highly highly encourage people to make an appointment and make a donation if they can. Says it was such a wonderful story. Susan, I I love I watched the ABC's extreme makeover on YouTube last night. That addition where they presented the home and just the whole story of the home. And just I think part of the reason Lizzy was chosen was because of her heart for other people, even when she was going through something so hard. Yeah. And they're actually people have already started to arrive to tour the tour the home, it's really beautiful at the beautiful day to come out. Learn more about the liberty bell foundation. And this whole is still in fabulous working condition. It's really something to see. And when you say something to see Jennifer Jennifer's been so impressed with this in March. We're talking universal design all month long with our general, contractors and architects and design spots specialists. We've got to get this designer. Well, I got to speak with him on the phone. It's Jon Wesley Miller of Jon Wesley Miller companies in Tucson. He's a airs almost the Arizona guy's been here. Very long time has just a heart for sustainability love solar energy. And and was the builder on this home and put in all kinds of features which you can go see, but we're going to have him on like you said in March. So we can visit with the more. He's just humble kind extremely knowledgeable guy, and I have a new friend. I'm looking forward to have any anymore. Wonderful. Well, that's coming up in March and that event, but the event to two of the home is going on today between now and noon, if you're within a yeah, I'd say leave yourself at least a half hour drive time. So if you're within about an hour drive of crofton river, correct Susan. Yes. That is threat. So for about an hour drive..

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"jon d miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Too. You can call us at five zero two three seven ninety one ninety or call into the show to get the address bell has been established. She stabilize to bone marrow registration than blood donation awareness. So in connection with the home school were also holding blood drives, you can donate blood today. It be to red crosses the one that Broadway and cold and upset foothills mall. All that information is on our website. The Red Cross has an urgent urgent need for blood. So if people can't donate today and are eligible to donate rehiring. Hurry. Encourage people to make an appointment and make a donation if they can. Such a such a wonderful story. Susan, I I loved I watched the ABC's extreme makeover on YouTube last night that edition where they presented the home and just the whole story of the home. And just I think part of the reason Lizzy was chosen was because of her heart for other people, even when she was going through something so hard. Yeah. And they're actually people have already started to arrive to tour the tour the home, it's really beautiful at the beautiful day to come out. Learn more about the liberty bell foundation, and this home is still in fabulous working condition. It's really something to see. And when you say something to see Jennifer's been so impressed with this March. We're talking universal design all month long with our general, contractors and architects and design spots specialists. We've got to get this designer I got to speak with him on the phone. It's Jon Wesley Miller of Jon Wesley Miller companies in Tucson. He's a Ariza was almost Arizona guy's been here. Very long time has just a heart for sustainability love solar energy. And and was the builder on this home and put in all kinds of features which you can go see, but we're going to have him on like you said in March. So we can visit with more. He's just humble kind extremely knowledgeable guy and a new friend. I'm looking forward to have him on. Wonderful. Well, that's coming up in March and that event, but the event to tour the home is going on today between now and noon, if you're within a leave yourself at least a half hour drive time. So if you're within about an hour drive of Croft and river, correct? Susan. Yes. That is threat. So about an hour drive..

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"jon d miller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"By ZipRecruiter. I'm match piper. Democrats are said to be looking forward to their meeting with the president in the morning and hope they can strike a deal to reopen. The government Thursday night they passed to Bill to do. So newly reelected house speaker Nancy Pelosi says one thing is for sure. Does anybody have any doubt that we're not doing a wall CBS's? Rebecca Kaplan is on Capitol Hill and says the bills will have trouble getting any passage Republican controlled Senate Democrats are trying to put down a marker in the sand. And they're saying the first thing that we are going to do after taking power is try to reopen the government and their message is that all of these bills have gotten broad bipartisan support in the Senate. So they're saying Republicans you voted for these bills once before now vote for them once again Republicans are saying we're not going to pass anything the president will not sign and he has said he won't sign either of these bells because they don't have any additional funding for the border wall. Police say a man who allegedly shot his wife and three young children near Galveston Texas is now in custody. Authorities say Twenty-seven-year-old Junaid Hasheem Mahmod called nine one one to turn himself in key TV's. Brett buffington tells us what happened police called here to this apartment complex to do a welfare check in this apartment when they went. Inside they found the unthinkable dead. A five year old a two year old and an infant police say how those little children were killed their genders or anything about including if they were related, of course, questions we still want to know from the Texas city police department, they have said that a woman shot and also taken to a hospital in Galveston. She is in stable condition tonight. But they haven't said if she's related to these children at all the North Korean on void Italy vanishes. The question now did he defect North Korea's top diplomat in Italy? It's acting embassador is going into hiding with his wife, and it appears to be a defection. According to South Korea's spy agency. Yosano jail has been missing since November shortly before he was due to return home. There are unconfirmed reports yo has sort of Silom from an unidentified western country, defection at this. High level would be a huge embarrassment for North Korean leader. Kim, Jon, Larry Miller CBS news. It was another bad day for stocks on wall. So. St. led by a sharp slide and technology companies after that report from apple that I've owned sales slowed over the holidays in China market analysts Michael far says overall, though, the economy's still seems to be fairly strong. I think cooler heads will prevail. But you have to get through these emotional times a lot of the selling seems as much emotional as it does fundamental. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter,.

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"jon d miller" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

05:55 min | 4 years ago

"jon d miller" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Thank you so much Greg for this wonderful presentation off a great text. Now, let's listen to another piece of music test being provided twelve spy another Montreal-based group d industrial rock group project f yes pro project spelled in Germany. They are well known for their emotionally intense music. Powerful state. Theatrics. Founded in two thousand nine the band is comprised of lead singer and main composer, Jon them, Miller bassist, William Hicks. He tar east Simon being go hall and drummer Fred links goatee. Project. Fs music cast being played by radio stations around the world. And we are very lucky that they offer the piece to us. Today, they have released one album and three piece to numerous Rafer us. We will now hear their piece ghost which sounds like a good choice for today. I think. Child. Prayed for you. True. So. Seeds. Stairs. To me. Ghost

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