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San Diego County Lifts Most COVID-19 Restrictions as Economy Reopens

Rush Limbaugh

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

San Diego County Lifts Most COVID-19 Restrictions as Economy Reopens

"County joins the rest of California in fully reopening the economy today, you know, we've all had those moments over the last year were like, you know, I just don't know if we can do it anymore, but we did. County Supervisor Chairman Nathan Fletcher hosted an event at the County administration building this morning to celebrate the lifting of most pandemic restrictions. Supervisor Fletcher tells Kogo News today is about looking back. At the progress the county has made in the fight against Covid the tremendous success of the vaccine rollout in San Diego County the success of how low our cases are, in the reality that you know we're opening up and we're moving on today, San Diegans will be able to go without masks in most places, except for schools, medical centers and on public transit capacity limits and social distancing requirements have also been lifted. Eddie McLovin Kogo news

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Arizona Audit of 2020 Election Hits Hand-Count Milestone

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

Arizona Audit of 2020 Election Hits Hand-Count Milestone

"The audit of last year's presidential vote in Arizona's most populous county is nearly complete it was supposed to take two weeks but wound up taking nearly two months to recount two point one million presidential and Senate ballots cast in Maricopa county Arizona the liaison for the recount says all that's left are a small number of boxes filled with braille large type military and duplicated ballots every ballot now will be photographed to check for anything amiss Arizona's Republican led state Senate ordered the audit after former president trump supporters claimed without evidence fraud led to his twenty twenty defeat the Maricopa County Board of supervisors led by Republicans is insisting the election was fair and free of any problems hi Jackie Quinn

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Rep. Byron Donalds Says We Should Reinvent the System on Market Principles

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Rep. Byron Donalds Says We Should Reinvent the System on Market Principles

"There's no system keeping you down. There are incidents of stupidity. We should address and racism we should address. But if this institution and system is keeping you down, then how did you become such a tremendous success? I mean, is that why you're such a threat to these idiots on the left part of my language? Yeah. Oh, yeah, I definitely think so. I definitely think that's why and I'd go one step further. I think whether it's mark or myself or our Senator Scott or Burgess Owens or anybody else. You know, when we are out there making our arguments it goes past just Saying that God given natural law and a constitution that limits central governmental power is essential to liberty and freedom. In the prosperity of all people. It's more than that. It's also the reality that we go to step further and saying, if you look at some of the areas where the most quote unquote inequality exists. These are in areas that have largely been governed by Democratic liberal policy for almost two generations since the Civil Rights Act, and since the voting rights Act If you look at some of the communities where the left like talking about, um, um you know, black people having to wait in line from golly amount of hours or people having to wait in line for golly amount of hours. Those are typically in Democrat areas where the supervisor of elections of the Democrat and they, frankly either didn't plan through acquisition of equipment or didn't plan making sure they had additional polling places open to make sure people can vote easily. It's looking at the idea that if you believe that a black kid in America really what it is today, a poor kid in America somebody on the on the on the low end of the socio economic spectrum. Doesn't have access to the education they need. Then the solution isn't to put more money into the same system that has failed people before. It's actually reinvent the system reform the system around market principles because market principles have proven to provide more product and more service to more people at a lower cost to those people. Than any other system on the face of the planet.

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A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:01 min | 5 d ago

A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the

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How to Biohack Your Brain for More Energy and Focus With Tanessa Shears

The Next Level Life Podcast

02:35 min | 6 d ago

How to Biohack Your Brain for More Energy and Focus With Tanessa Shears

"Be talking all about energy and biohacking your energy and productivity and being able to ignore utilized given things we've been allies to have as much energy to be able to be focused in have increased focus on Thank you so much for joining me tonight. I thank you for having me qassim. It's my pleasure. I'm so excited jumped in today's topic is i am so inspired by some always looking for ways to my energy to lie the Branch and Having utilize brian understand how it works. Then we can have more focused attention on businesses so just to get started. Can you tell us a little bit of back story about what you do you help. Today's at my name's necessary. I'm a health consultant for entrepreneurs specifically and i got into this honestly completely by accident. I used to work as a lifeguard while. I was paying my way through university and i had to teach swimming lessons for hours and hours on end Res and shiver and my supervisor came up to me one day and was like hey. Would you be open to teaching the seniors. Awful fit class. If you don't have to teach somebody swimming lessons. I was like sure. Sign me up so in the process of certified that was like this is interesting all of the stuff about the body and how it works so literally that semester. I walked into my admissions office at university and was like switch majors. I don't wanna be a newscaster anymore. I wanna learn all about the human body. So i graduated as a kinesiology but since then have opened my own business back in two thousand fourteen in which it was just personal training at the time and my clients were grading great results. But i can't stop learning. So i was like what else can i learn so i went out and got a designation as in nutrition and i was like oh this is so interesting. Applied it with my clients that they got better results. So i continued that i started adding in sleep and how to effectively manage your stress and biohacking and my clients getting better and better results and there was one day where i like looked at them. News like everyone is an entrepreneur. What is going on here. How what is this is working so long. You're like well. Nasa irately came to you because i wanted to get fit but now i'm getting so much done in my days because i'm so energized and productive and you know you don't have any carry work over into family time not thinking about it all the time i mean my life again and it's just so much fun that's why does the. Oh this is interesting. So that's when. I kind of a full shift into helping entrepreneurs really like manage their energy so that they can get done more in their day than some people do a week just because we know how to use a a well organized optimize brain.

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Make A Sacrifice (MM #3722)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Make A Sacrifice (MM #3722)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation every year on Memorial Day. I think about those who made the ultimate sacrifice. I never served in the military were growing up in a military town, like, Virginia Beach. You know, a lot of people who have served and sadly, some that have died in service to our country. And I think this year, it's especially poignant that you have people who go serve for our country, and they don't really agree with all of the politics. They're doing what their supervisors with their Superior officers, say to do. Now, let's look at the world, we live in, where people have been asked to serve their country asked to get a vaccine. Ask them are masks and how many have fought because it infringes upon their Liberties. I want you to stop and think about those two scenarios, those who have given the ultimate sacrifice, serving their country and those who won't think about anybody else. But themselves, I don't know if the vaccine is right. I don't know if it's wrong, but I'm told we need to do it and I'm going to trust the scientists. I'm going to trust the data and I'm not going to think about politics something. I think we all should stop and think about right now, especially today.

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Make A Sacrifice (MM #3722)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Make A Sacrifice (MM #3722)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation every year on Memorial Day. I think about those who made the ultimate sacrifice. I never served in the military were growing up in a military town, like, Virginia Beach. You know, a lot of people who have served and sadly, some that have died in service to our country. And I think this year, it's especially poignant that you have people who go serve for our country, and they don't really agree with all of the politics. They're doing what their supervisors with their Superior officers, say to do. Now, let's look at the world, we live in, where people have been asked to serve their country asked to get a vaccine. Ask them are masks and how many have fought because it infringes upon their Liberties. I want you to stop and think about those two scenarios, those who have given the ultimate sacrifice, serving their country and those who won't think about anybody else. But themselves, I don't know if the vaccine is right. I don't know if it's wrong, but I'm told we need to do it and I'm going to trust the scientists. I'm going to trust the data and I'm not going to think about politics something. I think we all should stop and think about right now, especially today.

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How Do You Stop an Employee From Undermining You?

Hacking Your Leadership

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

How Do You Stop an Employee From Undermining You?

"Hey guys i thoroughly enjoy your podcast been scrolling through episodes but i can't find one on dealing with a subordinate who is trying to undermine you buy always going above your head to your supervisor. Keep up the good work. And i thought about the first thing i thought was. There's no way we haven't talked about that before and But know what maybe we have. I don't know if you've done a full episode on it and if we have it's been years there's no it's not recent for sure But i thought it was a great question because there are a lot of people. They're dealing with the exact same thing. Where you you have somebody reporting directly to you and they don't whatever whatever the situation is they don't like something you say or they don't like something you've asked them to do or they don't like one aspect of their job and they decide to that that's not they're not gonna have anything of it but instead of going to you they go above. Your head has ever happened to you many times. Yes many times in my career i think. Is you Especially if you work in an organization or with teams where you get promoted within the same team. There are these previous relationships that already exists. There may be peers of yours that applied for the same exact job. And so now like you know there's this kind of feeling about well and you do right or wrong. They're going to go report. You know like these are all these things that happen in the workplace. the people that now reports you and or work for you had access or they'd had relationships with your direct supervisor or boss and when that happens this tends to happen quite often. And i've had it happen to me as i was a supervisor as i was an assistant manager and then even as a leader of leaders right. It's been a while But it did happen to me. When i took over team that had direct access to my direct boss for for quite a while a few months or so. There was these relationships that were stabbed there where that person was the resource And me coming in the new leader. You know had to navigate those types of relationship. So i've seen it happen quite a few

How the Pandemic Effected Uplift Family Services

Voices of the Community

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

How the Pandemic Effected Uplift Family Services

"I'm join remotely via zoom by faith jackson. The transitional housing program supervisor of uplift family services. Thanks for being here face. Thank you for having me. So could you please provide the audience. Just a quick overview of who apply family service programs. are it's a regional organization with a as ing kind of ecosystem if you will of wraparound services for families definitely so the agency or on is one of the largest most albums the behavioral treatments in california one of the bigger providers each year we serve. Do whatever it takes to help about. Thirty five thousand children and families to manage and recover from challenges coming from trauma such as severe neglect and abuse. Essential life skills that they need to be successful at home or school and in their communes in so short mission statement. Is you know we do whatever it takes to. Strengthen advocate for children families and adults and communities to realize their hopes in behavior health and wellbeing. And then you are. Throughout the bay area you're working in kind of concord east bay but then you also have offices i think in the south bay in west bays recall that's correct as well as out to sacramento so here locally. We asked him oxygen in campbell. There's seven conquer where. I'm out a few supervised the tape program. So if you could explain what tae as we were saying before we came on acronyms are us what tae is. And then what the tape program is in to you. Know who are the residents that you serve great so advance. For transitional age you must pacific program. Supervise is the transitional housing program. Our young people are foster children and their ages range. Any rare which lane sixteen to twenty one am before two thousand well young people at the age of eighteen. We're just put out of foster care and and learn some of the most important life skills

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San Jose Shooting: Employee Kills Eight at Train Yard

1A

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

San Jose Shooting: Employee Kills Eight at Train Yard

"Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear of Valley Transit Authority Employees shot and killed eight of his coworkers today during a morning attack and a light rail yard in San Jose, California. DD bundle Moody from member station KQED reports The shooter died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. The shooting began at around 6:30 A.m. during a shift change when the overnight and daytime workers were both present. Deputies didn't exchange fire with the gunman and report he took his own life in front of them. Santa Clara County supervisors Cindy Chavez said the public transportation agency was considered an essential service during the pandemic. None were more essential than making sure people could get to their places of work on B J Never stopped. It didn't stop light rail didn't stop bus is it didn't stop helping move people from point A to point B.

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Automatically Generate Your Unit Tests From Scratch With Pynguin

The Python Podcast.__init__

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Automatically Generate Your Unit Tests From Scratch With Pynguin

"I'm stefan i'm phd. Student university of pulse. Also small town like two hundred kilometers east of munich. Germany between germany australia the czech republic. I used to do my studies. Their computer science a bachelor master's degree in Doing a phd and the project we are talking about. Tingling is my main research project here. Do you remember how you first got introduced a python. I thought about that actually. I cannot really narrow that down. I played around with it before i started my studies. Which around like twenty ten or something. But i really got introduced it during my bachelor studies usa quite lot. Although our programming experience basically many java background from this talton study curriculum but used pies pizon their lot of finesse started my phd. I focused a lot on and shifted my main focus basically In that area and there's no in terms of the penguin project you mentioned that some of the focus of your current research with your hd program. I'm wondering if you can just give a description about what it is that you're building and some of the story behind how you came on this particular problem space to work through and some of the interesting areas of research that it's uncovering as you go through your program one of the things to note here. Is that my supervisor. Professor gordon fraser. He's an expert in testing software and developed a tool for job of unitas generation. Called every sweet. Some of you might have heard that name somewhere around when you're interested in testing and so we were discussing a lot of opportunities.

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San Diego County to Make Overdose Reversal Medication Available to Anyone

KOGO's Evening News

00:30 sec | Last month

San Diego County to Make Overdose Reversal Medication Available to Anyone

"And drug overdoses. We're here because the county of San Diego will soon make the locks and overdose reversal medication. Why Plea available at multiple community based locations and clinics throughout our region Supervisor Nathan Fletcher joining public health officer, Dr Wilma Putin, who signed an order making the medication available to the public, or 457 fentanyl overdose deaths in San Diego last year, an increase of 200% during the pandemic. He was traffic issue here today along the five

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Arizona Secretary of State Says GOP-Audited Machines Must Be Replaced

Arizona's Evening News

01:51 min | Last month

Arizona Secretary of State Says GOP-Audited Machines Must Be Replaced

"Votes, Arizona Secretary of State tells Maricopa County It will need new elections equipment after the audit custody needs be retained by the election officials and that clearly didn't happen in this case. Katya ours, Peter say more joins us live from the news center with the story. Becky, the state's elections manual says on Lee certified county elections officials can keep custody of tabulation machines lost the minute those machines were turned over to the Senate and to their contractors, Katie Hobbs says her observers were not allowed to see what side Burnin just did with the equipment and there's no life feed on it, she tells supervisors. Replacing it could cost $6 million shouldn't be new information to them. We brought this issue early on in the process. Hobbs doesn't think she could re certify the equipment or fix or rebooted if damaged by the August 2022 primary elections process is not comprehensive enough. You fully rehabilitated any compromise equipment or provide enough assurance that the equipment is still safe to use in a statement? Maricopa County says Cyber Ninjas still holds 385 tabulate Ear's, but they will not be used quote unless the county state and vendor are confident that there is no malicious hardware or software installed on the devices. 15 months out from the August primary left 14 months out from where equipment has to be Tested for the actual election. The replacement of this equipment is gonna be time consuming and what we needed the county to know is that if the county intends to redeploy any of the subpoenaed equipment over what they lost custody and control, then our office would need to consider the certification proceedings of the equipment. To be

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Maricopa County, Arizona Holding Meeting Monday to Refute Audit Allegations

Gaydos and Chad

01:39 min | Last month

Maricopa County, Arizona Holding Meeting Monday to Refute Audit Allegations

"Capitol. But the public wasn't there. They got an update on the audit. Katya years, Peter say more begins our live team coverage in the news center Becky to Republican State Senate leaders would on Lee Live Stream their meeting in which they asked three leaders for an update of the audit of Maricopa County's 2.1 Million November ballots. Liaison Ken Bennett says the county is refusing to answer questions. As far as China. Custody is the documentation of the chain of custody between when the ballots or boxes in the ballots boxes with mallets in them started. Be filed away in their warehouse on Twitter. America to County responded the On Lee time We moved. The balance was when we loaded them in a truck to deliver to the Senate in early March, then heard the Senate wasn't ready to receive them back in the vault. They went War at six Reporting live Peter Same or Katie Air News. The Arizona on it quickly is turning into a national joke, but one lawmaker says it won't be funny with somebody gets hurt. Katia years. Deborah Gayle joins us live in the news center to explain people saying that they're gonna hurt much less kill public servants. It's gotten out of hand. In an exclusive interview with Katya Rs, Kato's and Chad. Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman says that he and his family have been receiving threats online and at least one of the tweets. Escalated. That man came to my house on a Sunday night with 100. Other people and I had sheriff's office protection because I heard they were coming and they got out of their cars and they came to my house and to me threatened my family where we live. Hickman says That man is threatening to return to his home, and he says he's been getting threats since December. Reporting live. Deborah Jael, Katya our news.

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GOP-Dominated Arizona Supervisors Call for End to Election Audit

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:57 sec | Last month

GOP-Dominated Arizona Supervisors Call for End to Election Audit

"Has done explaining anything to these people who are playing investigator. The defamatory lies need to stop. It needs to stop. It's time to say enough is enough. It is time to push back on the big lie. Enough is enough. That was the unified message today. From the republican majority board of supervisors in maricopa county arizona. The republicans on that board called a public meeting today to say enough is enough with this cuckoo for cocoa puffs so called audit of the two thousand twenty presidential election results from maricopa county. The republican majority board unanimously approved. A letter calling for the arizona senate republicans to put a stop to this whole conspiracy theory stoking exercise which has now been going on for more than three weeks. They said quote. It's time to end this for the good of the senate for the good of the country for the good of the democratic institutions that define us as americans.

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Arizona Republicans Fight Back Against Election Fraud Claims

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Arizona Republicans Fight Back Against Election Fraud Claims

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting top Republicans in Arizona's largest county fight back against election fraud claims the top Republicans on the Maricopa County Board of supervisors blasted the Republican led audit of the county's twenty twenty election vote count Monday board chairman Jack sellers people's ballots and money are not make believe it's time to be done with this craziness supervisor Steve Shukri said initially he supported an audit what I didn't support is a mockery and that's what this is become last week Republican Arizona Senate president Karen fan sent a letter to chairman sellers accusing Maricopa county officials of the leading data Monday sellers responded to this board is done explaining anything to these people who are playing investigator with our constituents ballots and equipment

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Board of Supervisors Names William Tate IV as LSU President

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:04 min | Last month

Board of Supervisors Names William Tate IV as LSU President

"Of the most interesting stories. concerns the lsu presidential search as well as the current president south carolina. And you're saying to yourself. What does that have to do with anything. Well certainly the president At lsu is critical because of all the problems they have down there and it was just a week ago. When william tate was named as the new president he Had headed over from the university of south carolina. But as they say hold on a second We may not be done with this story yet. Andrea gal who was brooks could be an has done what will certainly be Award winning investigative reporting on all the issues in that athletic department in andrea joins us Right now andrew first of all. Thanks for being here. it's It's great to have you on the show again. Good afternoon afternoon. So i think everyone was really excited last week. It looked like after a A winter of discontent. Maybe lsu had gotten it right With the hiring So that was last week though. And as you know living in baton rouge in louisiana later as a year ago when when you're watching the match nations of political worlds unfold. Let's pick up the story From that moment. And then we switch over to south carolina where we talked about The issues with bob kesling earlier with josh kendall is does does lsu avenue does it dissolves. You have a president or is he going to go back to south carolina. Well that's a great question. So the chairman of lsu's board of supervisors says that as of yesterday. He spoke to william tate. Who is the the south carolina. Provos who president and Lsu's board chairman says that provost tate assured him yesterday that he is committed to lsu and that he will be coming to lsu. And he's supposed to start. I believe july first or july second

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Detroit Educating Residents on Where, How to Get Vaccines

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Detroit Educating Residents on Where, How to Get Vaccines

"A team of canvassers is going door to door in Detroit to get the message out to get vaccinated so far only about thirty one percent of Detroit residents eligible for vaccinations have received at least one dose hello hello how can I say vaccination information supervisor Anthony Brinson says there's a lot of misinformation when they know the facts I think it'll help get them out various campaigns are also under way in black in other communities of color Mecca Shahbaz is not vaccinated okay I'm just probably going to lead to some into Kohli's brokers family got vaccinated got a little bit sick from stuff you know some say and is it worth it or not you know I really don't know Victoria co vary with the mayor's office in Detroit says we're gonna knock on every residential door in the city I'm a Donahue

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"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:14 min | 6 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Right so the the governor has said that those people on the ambulance and again. If i'm an ambulance worker. And i'm going to those seven or eight or ten calls or my twelve or sixteen hour shift. Well if i get covid and i don't know about it for a couple of days. I'm going to be going to a lot of houses and visiting the back doors of a lot of hospitals as i go about my duties. Andrew cuomo has said. Those people shouldn't be i hear on the vaccine right. Is that okay. No that's nothing fultz man. That's not the way it oughta be. I recognize everybody's gonna say giving give me. Gimme gimme gimme. But that's not what's going on here. The federal guidelines are. Ems is tier. One a the best. I can find over one news break or a commercial break news break of Of googling is that almost every other state has ems workers tier one a first distribution. Just like the cdc and the federal government recommend right. Andrew cuomo says no no. It's okay no no. No no will The the there are high risk healthcare workers. And somehow somebody who comes into some small apartment where some poor person has got cova and it has mcmuffin and breathing struggling and sweating and going through this for a while. now finally call the ambulance. The people go in and provide direct care Inside that person small apartment direct contact with the patient breathing. The air pick them up package them up. Take him out to the regular ben in the back of an ambulance right. Lay down or sitting at sitting up. How big are those right. How big are those. It's a tiny little box. The only got so many air molecules in there if your patient has covid shedding virus like nobody's business year in there in that enclosed box breathing dislike breathing when you're taking them out of their house or apartment and you don't deserve tier one a vaccination. You are going to be. In the category of general healthcare no disrespect to general healthcare. Wonderful people absolutely deserved the shot but the people who are the very tip of the healthcare spear must be the people to whom we give. I protection they are the first ones who are going to contact individuals with covert. They're going they have to do their business in eight atlanta. Sure they mask up. They glove up. They put the little spit shield in front of their face. They got the they got the whole schmeer right but those things only provide a degree of protection. They are going to a call after call in house after house apartment after apartment person after person again. A fair percentage of whom have called the ambulance because they have acute covert symptoms and andrew. Cuomo andrew cuomo said to the men and women who work in new york's ambulances. You are not our first priority. You are not at the front of the line. You step back. We'll get you in a later group. Does that make sense to you right. Now don't bob about. Don't get ahead of the governor. Bob just quiet snow we. We were be quiet. No no no we just the quiet. But it's best not no bull bullcrap. And also the guy who medically in charge of ambulances for our region says that the system is crumbling Little red lights should be going off and they're not just the light bar on top of the bus right. It's like whoa. What's going on when the guy who knows and who's not some stuff shirt behind the desk. He goes out on runs and calls when that guy says we got a problem here and it just got a whole magnitude order magnitude worse. We take him seriously and we is not just you and me blow-hards on a radio show not to be jerk new adam. A bellows got his hands folded. But what about this Document does or what about this it too bad. We don't have any elected officials that will say anything or do anything Going off to albany but what the frig about this. what about. Here's the thing senator. Schumer that is that who we let. No i if it takes chuck to rattle the cage in albany and get this fixed around then. Pray god everybody right chuck. We'll be back with you and listeners. On the loose to two to eleven eighty in just a moment on newsradio dot com broadcasting from the reliance credit union studios. This is newsradio. Ask now listeners. On the loose with bob lansbury on newsradio. William eleven eighty. Hello you're news. Newsradio where am eleven eighty. Yeah kissing chaos. Is he up for another emmy when you call listeners on the loose you need to have the phone like in your hand or whatever like that. the walk across the room probably doesn't serve the interests of the broadcast or listening public quite as much as we'd hope. Hello you're on. Newsradio wham eleven. Eighty hour highly. Intelligent governor has almost daily had to walk that cat back concerning his proclamations weddell tomorrow unfortunately though he flips and flops he never acknowledges that he's misstated or done wrong or any of his previous ideas. Were bad hello your newsradio wham eleven eighty man. This frigging sucks. Here's the deal. We gotta fix listeners on the loose or get rid of it. okay. I got some ideas But it like for example. We got nothing out of that and some days. We don't get much out of it and we can't waste valuable broadcast time. I apologize to you for it. Not being a better feature. I'll try to fix junior and a couple of days if we can. We'll put it in the recycling. I gotta run. God bless you keep your chin up. God bless the united states of america. News is next with the great alexa olson. And then you and. I will be back here tomorrow morning. Eight till noon around the week on. Newsradio wham eleven eighty right now. You can get black. 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"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"About an hour ago. a An email to people who work in emergency medicine the ambulance services of again the monroe and livingston county portion of our region. This is a very important person in the field ambulance care and he is sending out a very urgent message to people who work ambulance care. This is important to you and me is. We might be in the back of their rig one day. He is letter says he. Ms colleagues within the last twenty four hours despite national recommendations and previous planning considerations new york state is no longer including ems personnel in tier one a first distribution availability for co vaccine given our unique work environment operating in confined space for extended periods of time with kobe patients. There are no words for my frustration specifically and now. He's going to quote from the governor's Little regulations of the last like twelve or sixteen hours quote following the vaccination of high risk healthcare workers. The priority will shift to all long-term and congregate care residents and staff. Ems and other healthcare workers. Close quote dr cushman continues. How ems is not considered. High risk is beyond my comprehension in any continues. Please consider communicating to elected officials specifically the governor and commissioner of health as well as any other elected leaders the state county and eve of even federal level that and now he puts it in boldface. Ems ems must be included alongside our high risk hospital care providers else are already crumbling. System will collapse the guy who's in charge. The medical director of ambulance care in monroe and livingston counties that portion of our region and again. This guy is if a frigging giant to these people. Because he's not back at the office Rampart rampart no. This is the guy who crawls into the wreckage beside the medics t to do hospital care inside crumpled cars right. At any rate. He says that our all he describes the ambulance system as quote already crumbling close quote and he says it will collapse this and again. What's happened is though the federal government says ems workers. The people come on the ambulances. They have to be. I hear it's called tier one a I distribution in the federal Kobe vaccine guidelines okay. The state of new york has taken. Ems workers out of tier one and moved them down Into the general category of other healthcare workers. Now that's nice everything else like that right. But but the lady who's the nurse who's the receptionist at your doctor's office. God bless her may not have as compelling argument for. I need that vaccine right now. As people who over the course of twelve or sixteen hour shift will go into four or five or six or seven or eight or ten homes and dealing with sick people a fair percentage of whom will have called an ambulance because they have covid and are having acute systems and need direct hands on treatment from these people in ems.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

06:37 min | 11 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Sam Schreier tracking down. Known almost. I will be. At Sun House we've gotta get somebody smart on here. Learn more about him one day. One of America's Great Blues Musicians came up spent the latter portion of his life here with the sweetheart in. Rochester. You join me on a run SORTA cornhill where it leads over to where that little correctional facility is A. by Ford Street, there's a a sign in their says used to live right here son House S. O. N. H. O. USC you get home Saito Alexa or whatever. You've named that little speaker that runs your life now a place him. Sun House and I think you might like what you hear two to eleven eighty. I won't talk about that Webster Moment but we got a caller, the first one and almost six months, and so I I don't WanNa. Rudely ignore. This kind person Gary Glad. You called up. Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty sir. Hi Bob. I worked in the fireworks industry for thirty seven years and that. Lebanon was definitely not fireworks just looking at the video you see a series of pops in a fire to start. That's not fireworks that looks like small arms ammunition 'cause there's no colors in it. If you've watched any kind of videos on of fireworks, explosions, you see. color stars in different flashes of color. All I saw was small arms ammunition going up. I I don't think so if first of all, there are white fireworks. Okay. I'm. Not GonNa say they're the best because it'll be racist obviously okay. But they do like those ones just go up and go bang like that Those are often white the the you know, and then they'll do all the beautiful colors the there what the people in Lebanon are saying are that there was a fire in a warehouse where they had fireworks and that that somehow as it spread triggered a an explosion in a warehouse were there were twenty seven, hundred tons of ammonium nitrate. the small and the thing was small arms fire. That makes me not you know A. Accept Your theory is that Let's bullets. Okay. Arms fire is bullets. And There is a muzzle flash when a A gun is discharged, you don't see it daylight sheer seat at night Also, you know it doesn't you know like if if you throw a bullet in a fire it would it wouldn't shoot a bullet it would it would. It would bang a little bit but it doesn't fire a bullet. It makes a small small popper explosion as that powder. a combustion is no barrel or cylinder afford to shoot through certain shoot a bullet in those little bursts of white light that you saw. At the fire those were They were elevated. They were at the second story level something they were higher up and you know an less it's some gunman who's like twenty feet tall i. don't think that would have been the case Paul I appreciate you phoning Sir. Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Bob Hey as a young rookie police officer in nineteen, Sixty, eight, sixty, nine I was assigned to walk a beat on Plymouth. Avenue and as you now, Son House lived at sixty one Gregory Street with his wife eating. but he had a really drinking problem he would go and he would drink and come home and he'd beaten up and she called the police I probably arrested in five or six times other officers did. But we didn't know who was and at that time probably nineteen seventy. I went to a concert at the Eastman. Theatre with Peter Paul and Mary. And who did they drag out the start to show son houses like what the? Who is this? and. I immediately became a fan even though we had less than ideal. contact with each other but he then moved out of town and I think he died in Detroit. but I have all his albums and was a decent guy until he drank. His true. A lot of a sadly What an amazing. Piece of history though you've saying, have you written down or shared that with anybody Paul or? I don't think I used to have his mugshot but when we move to Samana were in town visiting the month when I moved to Savannah I it got lost along the s as did David Boies at some of the other celebrities that wound up in the lockup in Rochester. They ended up being a poster. His mug. So you. You you probably don't recall riding with me and Clinton section captain or their. Wh what's your last name? Please Sir Eighty Cicek Oh. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely I think the the yeah. was was that the day I got whacked in the head or something. We right long. Hiding you found your hiding in a doorway. Remember what street and was up over where the school was were there in the cutting section. Sure off St Paul yet the deal that road around. Yeah. Yeah. We're looking for a possible perpetrator wherever else like that I. Suppose sniper going on the neighborhood there Oh is that right? Okay. All right yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sorry that was long time ago. Gracious. Yeah. Outstanding. Well, again, thanks for your service back to the RTD back in the day and thanks that wonderful story and that cautionary tale about the evils of. Demon. Rum. God. Bless my friend. Hope you're enjoying a retirement such like that. We will stop. We will get news from the Great Todd holiday, and after that I promise. Dislike I, promise before, right we'll talk about that bar up in webster. License Yanks. by Andy's boys, that's coming up after the Great Mr Halliday on Newsradio wham eleven eighty..

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"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Live in Greece and you know so they can be proud of the town that they limit you bet house lake. Lakers down to forty six point relieved three the last time I checked, which is the lowest we've seen in the last few years You know I'm going to fight again this fall for the to be as much water as possible and let out over the Robert Moses Damn so that we don't end up in spring in a bad way. I don't want people to get comfortable that because the water is lower this year. We don't have to do anything and I think that's that's a disaster if you if you take that it took. So I'm GONNA fight again all winter long. High outflows over the dam as far as that goes, I'm marina down there. It's just booming. America fact that's another project. Our own DPW is doing expanding the parking and I'm moving when I first arrived at the town, the marina was providing zero value to the town no revenue at all and dr a mess we investment and put putting new docks, and now the marina is turning over around two hundred thousand dollars a year to the town in revenue. So it's you know. We're we're count on the water we WanNa make sure residents. have access to did you guys have any protests up there? Sir? We did have a protest about I think three or four weeks ago Having, it was peaceful but we were prepared we had the. Police out We've blocked off the road that they were marching answer that there was no incident of anyone getting struck by a car and it was peaceful. But we we were there if it turned anything but peaceful, we were prepared to handle it standing anything else going on we all know about Mr Supervisor. I'm telling you. There's a lot of stuff going on in Greece Bob I gotta get you out in a little more so you can. Enjoy some of the activities standing I'll start running up that way my lunch break. All right. Very good. All right. God bless her thanks talk to US I. Appreciate it. We'll talk new supervisor Bill Riley, the great town of Greece back with you and who just thing the state took a license away from bar up and webster. We're GONNA talk about that in a second on Newsradio wham eleven eighty..

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"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:04 min | 11 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"This ought to be looked at and again maybe at the end of a you go. Well, it's OK misunderstanding whatever were all good. But everybody ought to have their day and I do not believe that this is yet been completely a looked at and I don't believe that the congressman has yet been completely transparent candid on just as miss what Mr Seaney said, what was the purpose of the call? And to Rit, why did you violate like you're saying if you ever hired anybody and you call and get references, you can't they won't you know hey when Jim worked for you, what kind of employees was was he they'll tell you the dates they worked there. That's it. You don't give up personal information unless congressman. Joe's on the line back with you in a moment on newsradio lamb eleven eighty. This may be tangent. Sam Schreier. Typical. Suburban Dad have you ever had a a cauliflower across pizza I have not had the Cali phone, not not to promote a sponsor a free plug, but here's the deal collar flower is is good. I love. I love it just like is a thing like ECON-. Yeah. But it it does make a good pizza crust and also you can like sort of. Turned almost into rice or something like that. Yeah. I never had that before but I have a cauliflower in a while but I love flower good healthy for you to my wife likes. We we we love vegetables at the House my wife, it takes cauliflower and she dips it manny's. Really. That's what I said. I kinda Kinda jeans. Those value. Place you might be listening, Sam? Because I'm married to her, my really was really Dating I'm sorry this is daring healthy right here. On there. Hey Dave I'm glad you called and I appreciate you holding on Sir this is Newsradio wham eighty. Bob Thanks for taking my call you bet Ya. I just Can you hear me? Okay yes. Sir. Very clearly. Right on I wanted to say that you know regardless of the party that we may or may not be. multilated with. You represent you bring to the table, a very measured approach right and I really appreciate that there. I I know that you're you're bent is towards conservative. And You know you'll. You'll raise the flag so that every single time there and that's great but same time. Not. Not. To the point of. For lack of a better word idiocy that is you know we are so polarized in this country today. And it's such a shame everybody just closes they're there to the other side to the other points. And you help people whether. They're regular people like us or politicians you know. So humans can they're still? Going to make mistakes and to. On both sides on both sides and one thing I'm very grateful for you. Up here to. Bring. Up Very intelligence view. Politics in general. And very kind of picture. Thank you. My friend is so kind of you. I appreciate that I. It's very generous and I, you know I i. hope that you know that I I I try to make an effort in that direction. Here's the thing that on that whole tribalism thing. it struck me last night. That it's heartbreaking than our societal response to the common threat of an epidemic was political division. And I know that that's just an invitation for my team to throw rocks at your team and your team to throw rocks at my team and we blame each other for that or whatever. But. But if you are, you know I also was you know if you're old enough to remember September eleventh. Near twenty years ago. our society faced a common threat and what did we do? We we pulled together in company comforting and empowering unity. But when faced with another universal threat, this epidemic, we had changed over those two decades and we responded with bitter division. And That's not good and it's something that we ought to repent of not like you ought to repent of, but we all of us me. You ought to think things just a little bit different because that's not who we want to be in. That's not the way we can long survive. It's time for news we back after that with you on newsradio Ham eleven eighty. Book. AMAC friends welcome back real, quick. If, you get mystery seeds in the mail from China. I suspect they've stolen your identity. I'm not trying to be negative or whatever on this, but these packs of seeds are coming in the mail you you've seen them. On the news and such, they're not coming to occupant at us in such a house they're coming to specific names in specific places, right Including the names and addresses of of children. and they have those names in China. And that is something that is we ought to be concerned about and certainly aware of every time that there's some big. Data mining thing every time there's some big identity theft millions of customers, records, and being compromised. That's going someplace and this is one of the places. If you get these seeds, this is not what the authorities of said but here's my advice If you get these seeds microwave them microwave the hell out of them to kill them do not flush them down the toilet because seeds can go down the toilet and they can end up you know where the Poo poo goes and they can grow and germinate. And these seeds are from many different types of plants we don't know which are invasive species. We don't which have been genetically modified. We don't know anything about him. But protecting America's native plants protecting America's cultural plants are is keenly important to us. I mean it could be a matter of, do we get to keep these woods and this countryside and will we have food on the plate tomorrow? It's that big a deal do not throw them in the trash right? 'cause where's the trash go Well, of course, it's being New, York state we take the beautiful finger lakes and we bury it there but it trash goes. In landfills.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Thirty breaking news when it happens anytime another hour with Bob Laws Bury starts now on newsradio WAM eliminate. Thank you very much. I appreciate that good morning my friend. Thank you so much for tuning in. It is a flat out Beautiful Day of our radio program and a wonderful day to speak with an old friend we're joined by the former supervisor of the town of Gates the nonetheless still honorable Marcus scenic Morningstar. Welcome. Hello my friend. How are you? How's the family good really good. Really good. I know you're not here representing them or to talk about them but houses assault mind doing house economy treatment everything going in a good direction. Well. We've been very blessed to we're GONNA Central Business and so you know we've worked through most of this and following all the protocols and you know taking temperatures and screening employees and I have to tell you I'm blessed. This is a great to work in Livingston County I love the people. Here I love the organization it truly has been a blessing really has not standing now. Here's the earlier in the week, of course, as you know. there was the situation arose where a member, the Monroe county legislature said Joe Morelli to try to get me fired the mayor stood up with great emotion Look at the thing from the standpoint of race and gender and said this ain't right and the next day outcomes the congressman he's got some text messages between himself and a vice president at Rit and since then the whole thing's kind of quiet and looks like it's gone away but but but you've got some observations on that matter. If you don't mind a couple of quick facts. if I could and I'm GonNa, give you an opinion and you can you can rotate on this one because I think it's GonNa be a fairly accurate and a fairly controversial opinion but. Jim Rally is a key component. Of Rit's financial operations. He was responsible for numerous grants including one for Quantum Physics Quantum photonics institute in one for a one point two, million dollar contract at the aim photonic center by the way happy birthday and photonics, and all of your employees after a quarter billion Congress Morelli Communist from their earliest at the top of the political food chain, he really truly isn't Monroe County he's the top dog. Morelli saw his political opponent Robin will working within our anti-employee and a county legislator Sabrina Lamar, a gun violence video. Using his clout rally called Rit specifically, vice president fabrics Nari of government relations to start an inquiry. About the employee and the video. Joe Morelli. And this is critical is not an IT trustee. He's not an Rit department had. In fact, he's not even an employee of Rit. That inquiry turned into an investigation. Involving Sabrina Lamar. The rit VP. Cher the results of that investigation with Congress Congressman Morelli a non employee. She shared, personnel information. Specifically providing an overview of the investigation. That's clearly not ethical for an employer share information about an investigation into one of its employees with a non employee that does not have a need to know. Further it may have been illegal I believe it is but I'll leave that to the labor lawyers to discuss. And I assume they'll be looking at it. So the questions that must be her simple. Deed rit violate the law by sharing confidential personnel information. With a non employee Joe Morelli. Why did Joe Morelli make the inquiry? What was his motive? Let's hear it directly from him. He said I made inquiry I didn't ask for her firing. Well, what was your motive? Why investing time. His time and our tax payer funded salary on this he needs to explain that to the public you see congressman really had no time to fight against plan two, thousand fourteen that devastated the lake, Ontario shoreline and part of his district. Not once but twice in four years. Didn't have time for that. It didn't have time to investigate the waste fraud and abuse of the photonics center spending nearly a quarter billion dollars today. Happy Birthday again with eight jobs to show for the money. No companies attracted. Very, questionable bid practices. And a former project cat that was indicted on fraud and bid-rigging while schools run out of money. And we talk about defunding police. But. He has time had employees at Rit investigated over a gun violence video that was approved by the employee supervisor rightly or wrongly this person Sabrina Lamar went through the proper channels and the employee supervisor said Yeah. Okay. They approved it. So. With all that those are questions and I haven't heard. Anybody you know other than you in the media. Pushing to get these questions answered than I. Think they are critical now for my opinion. Joe Morelli is a bully on the playground. He thought he could pick up pick on a weaker kid and get away with it. He usually does this time Sabrina Lamar. Punch this bully in the nose in front of everyone on the playground, and he doesn't know how to deal with it. That's the truth of the matter in my humble opinion. You're the man. That's the Great Marcus Seaney Sir. Thank you so very much I. It isn't that is perfect Is there anything else you WANNA say I'm I I'm just to walk away and let everybody think it through. Hugs and kisses hall of best everyone got blessed stuff. You take care of yourself. Thank you so much as it's a great mark Seaney It gets a little bit of a speaking truth to power. Hey, Sam that in sucked in it nodded all laid down. The wrong did that's exactly are, and here's the thing gentle listener. Those are valid observation. The bully thing is one hundred percent correct conclusion and the question about the violation of employees. A confidentiality is one hundred percent legitimate and I. I have great admiration for the people you know who work in the press around here but the deal is if this is ignored, it goes away and Morelli wins and deals. Maybe he deserves when maybe nothing untoward or inappropriate happened but you can't know that if you don't ask the questions and if you don't look into it and and is much as the stakes here are fairly high and again relative to the motive that brother Seaney reference there what is it? You sought to achieve when you call up? What is it that you want to happen? You didn't say I want her fired but but here's the thing your way the free up the food chain, your ears, a grand Poobah, and here's some lady who's relatively new to the legislature. She's in the minority party Jim saying she's a back bencher if you will. That's not to diminish share but she's just starting out I want to say starting now but she's at a certain level and it's here and it's a significant level but you're way way way up here and this is how she feeds her family and you call her boss who depends on you for almost everything you call her boss and say I there's an annoyance. Sometimes, you need to say words right the fact that you pick up the phone communicates it. And I love the analogy it was a an effort to bully and this county legislator turned around and punched the bully in the nose and the deal is. If we lost all walk away and ignore it and it doesn't get resolved one way or another. then. Then here's the deal he won, and he's going to get her some day. Or you and he's going to get somebody else. but again,.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Supervisor dot com we get music dot com all right how many songs to me how many songs and artists have you place the movies and from I I would I wouldn't even though I know we did eight last week for seven last week last week so why are you over like a hundred or a thousand yeah wait what what were thousand easy really a thousand thousand thousand so I can whistle one so very is a music business entrepreneur I think it's so clear up in Houston he graduated in in we are one of those flames you know this movie fame he was one of those schools right like that you want to look at their school meet me outside arts Houston so you you got a beaut two hundred tracks place you know with you in when you were young guy to be I'm on a and and and all those you know like how bout this move on route for the song movie one of his songs and they're pretty much more young blood results even funnier about that is I actually replace Marilyn Manson I'm singing in Moulin Rouge really yeah it was they friend of mine was supervising it and was head of music for a there is I think universal at the time or something and he they had put to Marilyn Manson singing smells like teen spirit and Courtney Love had with you know her band hole had gone on tour with Marilyn Manson and they did not get along since you didn't want that she looked to see what other screening and call on and said get it out and they support the all the crews are straight so they flew back to Australia they did turn around get back on a plane fly in to the box studios in LA and me and one other guy went in and track seven tracks so that so the question for you so if you can use a rise in the comments the guys were just on this is where bands like where the governments are das boot what is called an die stand I think I'm sorry isn't a kids band changes names like that it seems like all good musicians so that's right because you know he's changed name of this banter yeah just like they got four pics there the all the different band yeah but the point is is that the musicians can go up there and they can curate their own music on your site and then suddenly you guys have an algorithm that slots that music in the different categories so when a music supervisor from a movie film video game comes to you and says we're looking for a love song these me a party song house of a girl singing and hearts gonna have upbeat in these a heart yeah I was about right yeah so basically what the bears are as you go and put your music up and then we got it all and pull down menus so they'll tag it and then you put a stop and you know it's a mid tempo it's got guitar all that kind of stuff the lyrics you copy paste does and then our team goes in and make sure that everything's correct you to swear you wrote a Beatles song and stuff like that and then once it's in the system the robot can actually license in the middle of the night we've got a team in Germany we've got teams around the world that are we supply the music the music supervisors like a lot of times you're in a situation where all my gosh I need a song like this we can't afford beyond say five me somebody who sounds like beyond say so and so literally you can go sounds like this looks like that show me every song with whiskey in the lyric it's designed it's a it's a tool I backed by right.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Slate's Working

"Get get him to actually make these sort of translation do these translations and then practice them and learn them so we recorded them so he would serve work them out and then have them to practice with and then in the film. They're basically they're done live on on camera and that's how that happened happened kind of leads me to another question which is how do you decide when you're going to be using pop songs prerecorded music and windy say we i need to put in a natural score. That's part of the process of of of making a movie and and and sort of in process and post production you know sometimes it's. It's you at a certain point. You have to sort of figure out okay. What would this original music score. What would it sound like you know once it really meant to do and then there's a a process where you go and you what's called. Spotting is that you go through the movie and you say okay. This is score goes. This year score goes here. Let's try some score here. You know this is obviously a song moment and then there are moments in terms of where work the music supervisor and the and the composer you might compete for a spot and it's not as as sort of dastardly as sort of like well look you know a song might work here or actually actually could be better served by song so let's see let's let's let's try both and see see how things work when we take a step back and look at the <hes> the the the film total or get a more comprehensive view of it you know sometimes a piece of music works when you look at a scene on its own and then when you look at it in a in a longer ron or in when you watch the whole movies that you know what there's chewed the songs are beginning to knock against each other in a way that's unsettling laying or not satisfying or not great or <hes> you know and so it evolves you know sometimes a piece of music comes out. It comes back back. You know you figure out a piece of music that all of a sudden you'd think it's this is really feels like our movie but we need to find another place for it or not or their songs alongs that felt like our felt like movie but just never did find a place for it so your process with with west is really <hes> deeply embedded in natural creation of the movie right. Are there other directors who just sort of call you in at the end and say you know i have to i have to add sound or actually i mean i you know i would say over the course. I would say once a year. Probably there's a movie that i get a call that they've been working on the music in the film and they just don't they can't crack it or were. It doesn't feel right and you know. I get invited in to try to help sort it out or help them land on on a strategy your fix at that point yeah i mean you know sometimes what happens is that people just get really. They get too close to it where they can't see it. You you know <hes>. Do you ever have to like convince a director that they need to take out there like pet favorite from the like something they've been wanting to put to you know in very with varying degrees of success you know but i think that's something that i always say that you know people. Most people think that they're really good. Drivers and most people think they have really good taste in music and and i think that people do have good taste in music but but they sometimes can't see how a song is really impacting their story. You know and it's like they're. They're movies that i would say a that. I i feel like oh the directors just using his favorite songs and as much as their important to him or vital to the storytelling or actually actually you their situation say like oh. The director definitely has lived in this period of time and these were the songs that he was listening he or she was listening into at this specific moment of time and so there's an authenticity to it right but it doesn't have at least to my eyes and ears doesn't have the emotional impact..

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"supervisor" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Slate's Working

"Wrote a script about college radio station and ultimately we developed at the sundance institute suit and then ultimately made the movie it was called a matter of degrees and it came out in nineteen ninety. I wonder how many great creative projects relaunched specifically as an effort to avoid had lost yeah i would think probably bunch yeah and so that was so you did your own movie yeah and then that was your entree into at the moment home where what they had been calling college radio became alternative music okay <hes> and by virtue of our storyline we worked with a lot of bands and artists that we knew to sort of make new songs and we did a soundtrack while the movie had negligible commercial impact people responded to the music nick and and and it sort of dawned on me that really what i wanted to do i wanted to work with great filmmakers film directors and i realized that if i had focused focused on on the music that would be a great point of contact and that's how it how it worked out was music supervisor job at that point in the way it is now. I certainly had predecessors assessors. You know i guess right before or while. I was in college or right around that time in the in the eighties. There was the john us movies and they're they're. They're a bunch of films that had a sort of a pop music motor you know and so i think it was emerging as as a vocation then i mean in the past i think sort of the studios had what they called musical directors but i guess it's sort of developed as american independent cinema was developing thing during this period so i think that that may have cleared the path for that role you know that's cinematic tha- that role because there wasn't really any kind of studio or mature her that was supporting a filmmaker in their musical efforts interesting because you know i i had to imagine there is someone you know making the choice to put the sound of silence. Let's in the graduate. You know back in the day. I think you know i mean that one. In particular ah that one particularly i mean i think again these these largely music inspiration asian incomes from the the director you know and as as films became sort of less less studio driven the autour the american tour the world were were emerging so i think those people were the ones who sort of decided to utilize popular music in a way that maybe it hadn't been done as aggressively i mean certainly you look at for instance elvis presley's movies i mean those are obviously were driven by popular music and musical iconography but i think probably way it it was as as production was beginning to be done more independently. It probably cleared the way for someone to play the part of music supervisor. It made space for people like thank you yeah so you're probably the only music supervisors out. There is actually had a box set released of your soundtracks correct. I is this the wes anderson box. That's still to be done on. Let's still on our to do list. It's actually something that i think is probably now looking like it's gonna come out in the fall of twenty nineteen. Okay the in terms of gathering during all these things together it. It proved to be a little bit more complicated so now we're looking to do at twenty nineteen built around <hes>. I'll reveal it here. Big live music event that that that wasn't. I are planning a very cool so i was gonna ask. How did you in west start to partner to come well western i met when he was finishing bottle rocket and somebody just a mutual friend introduced us thought we would we would get on and we sort of the way i'd say it is that we met and i would say we we started.

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"supervisor" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Offer and. Not a supervisor position just straight photographer. And they gave me assistant photographer, which is fine. But I can accept that. No hold on. No, no. You can't. That's why you calling me. So let's not let's talk her cells into it. Let's own this thing. So I am more and more confident your dream. Your passion is in dead at all you just didn't get it where you thought you were going to get it. You're an assistant photographer not a full-time specialized photographer, tell me what that means specialize. What did that mean in this particular situation? It means working in the studio. Photographing objects on a daily basis instead of getting the jobs the other photographers don't want. Okay. Great. So your dream job is what taking photos of objects or people all day long. What is it ultimately? Well at a teenager was to become a National Geographic photographer. But you know, that's a highly unlikely fields to get a job, and especially these days. Okay. That's all. I'm gonna tell me. What is it right now name it? What is it? People. Okay. That's not even. Yeah. So wait a second the job that you thought was your dream job was taking pictures of objects in the studio all day long. And what you're telling me right now is you'd like to be taken pictures of people all day long. Kind of. Yes. What do you mean? Kind of confusing to it than that told me here. I desperately need you to be super clear. Let me tell you why. Because I I then I'm going to tell you how you get there. We're gonna talk about the path. But you told me that you thought your what do you do when you're trapped passion has died. You're passionate hasn't died. You still have the pageant take photographer to take photos all day long. Yes. Or no. No. I don't I don't take my camera with me wherever I go anymore. I don't when we go to family events. I don't take my camera with me. Okay. Next how that's the truth. And then it's also the truth that you told me that your dream job is to take pictures of people all day long. How can both of those sentences? Coexist. We we've started a side business on our farm. And I've developed a passion for that that takes priority over everything else. What's business? We have goats and a far will basically have a farm, and we offer camping and yoga on the farm..

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"supervisor" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"The core components is autonomy giving people some sovereignty over what they do how they do it when they do it in who they do it with now, it's more complicated than that. But a cornerstone is that sense of autonomy. And you've identified exactly the reason why we have such deep levels of disengagement weren't using the wrong technology human beings, don't engage by being controlled. Wow. Okay. Let's say you are a manager or you are a supervisor Howdy makes people are going down the right path that the on being unfocused distracted by the wrong opportunities. That's why we have to have a wider folks in talk about what do we know about the broader recipe about what we know is leads to enduring motivation for these more complex in creative types of capacities. Here's what we know. Number one. You gotta pay people. Well, you gotta pay people will the research doesn't say that human beings aren't motivated by money on human beings are motivated by money money is actually really import. It's just more nuance than we think. And so what you really want to do for complex, creative work is actually pay people. Well, enough to take the issue of money off the table. So they're focused on the work and not on the money. And I'm an American right? It's a very American notion that if we raise the salience of money, we're going to get better performance that is true for simple short-term tax. So for instance, if you want a lot of envelopes, stuffed pay people per envelope. You will get more envelope stuff that way, but for creative concept enterprises, it doesn't work that way. And so what you wanna do is pay people. Well, take the issue of money out the table, we can talk more about money later. But as a threshold pay people will then offer them a sense of autonomy. As I mentioned offer them a sense of mastery, which is the ability to get better at something that matters to make progress in meaningful work, and then finally a sense of purpose. So people know how what they're doing makes a contribution. How it makes a difference in the world and now to your question, then if that is our overall recipe. What good manager should do is they should lay out the broad goals, the broad vision allow people to self direct and get their under their own steam, and then offer support coaching and feedback as needed for that..

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"supervisor" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Slate's Working

"What's your name and what do you do my name is randall poster and i work as a music supervisor on films and television shows what exactly is a music supervisor music supervisor the way i define it is the person who works with the director to help them define and then execute a musical strategy for their story and film so does that mean putting together a soundtrack or figuring if there's going to be a score well i think it can include those things i mean really what it means is sort of how you would use primarily it starts out as where you're going to try to use songs in the film and really how the musical element is going to either help render character or help render a time period where in the script music plays and then really dealing initially with any music that would be filmed or anything that's on camera so you're sort of getting to live out that music trey and where he think how would i make the music video for the song i love or well i think it's it's it's a little bit deeper than that in the sense that you know that music and work as an a story element and hopefully in the in the best scenarios the music is a an element that is that is coloring character and helping the director tell the story in time and place and how long have you been doing this now i've been doing it i think it's all it's it's more than twenty five years i think yeah and who are some of the directors who you typically work with well i i work with a lot of directors but i would say i'm probably best known for working with wes anderson but other longtime collaborators include todd haynes todd phillips sam mendis morton score says the harmony corinne and and some others that all think about as we continue talking so all the directors who people actually like watching their movies for the music you tend to go i mean i you know i think that that's that's sort of helped me is that you know their insight and and direction has sort of made for i think some memorable music moments and really they those directors really keep music as a priority in their in their filmmaking strategy and so they they plotted very well and i think use it with care but also i think they they use it boldly how do you get into this line of work where did you start well i really when i when i started doing this it really didn't really seem like a career proper career destination and so i guess i it sort of came about somewhat haphazardly i'd always been a music lover and an movie moviegoer and what happened was is i graduated from college really without any great professional direction and in my effort to forestall law school a friend and i we wrote a script about a college radio station and ultimately we developed at the sundance institute and then ultimately made the movie was called a matter of degrees it came out in nineteen ninety i wonder how many great creative projects were launched specifically as an effort to avoid loss yeah i would think probably a bunch yeah and so that was you you did your own movie yeah and then that was your entree into that was sort of at the moment where what they had been calling college radio became alternative music okay and by virtue of our storyline we worked with a lot of bands and artists that we knew to sort of make new songs and we did a soundtrack while the movie had negligible commercial impact people responded to the music and and and it's sort of dawned on me that really what i wanted to do is i wanted to work with great filmmakers film directors and i realized that if i had focused on on the music that that would be a great point of contact and that's how it how it worked out was music supervisor job at that point in the way it is now i certainly had predecessors you know i guess right before or while i was in college or right right around that time in the.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"Having your oso relevant conversations in my ear have been a saving grace and a workplace with a heavy majority of men i recently got promoted leapfrogging over my supervisor to become the facility manager it is an amazing opportunity for my career advancement and i love the job that being said my former supervisor has been super salty recently within the same breath he claims to be proud of me that i'm doing better than any of my predecessors and that he feels like he's been demoted ignored tempted to start looking for work elsewhere he is an extremely valuable member of the team and i can't afford to lose him but i do not want to have to call his fragile masculinity how do i even begin to navigate this question good for you for not wanting to have him pathy here or like at least checking your empathy and also congrats on your promotion yeah look at you look at you look at you i'm into this man this is super tricky right because like let's be real you didn't promote yourself like a sister promoted you over this person to me when people cannot be happy for your promotion it says more about them than it says about you and if you are this person's direct manager like like that's definitely a sticking point but it's something that you need to talk you need to be like put it all on the table and say hey this makes me uncomfortable how can we keep working together because there's a reason that you got promoted him like there and i'm not going to get into it because i don't i don't pick the winners at your job but it doesn't have to be a death sentence for him and maybe it is true that he has to start looking for work elsewhere that might be away that there signaling to him to do that like i don't know about for sure but like that's a pretty good signal also being a manager is is i mean look like i'm not gonna say being a manager involved coddling fragile masculinity but being a manager involves coddling a lot of different personality problems and shortcomings that is like part of what managing people is.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"Having your oso relevant conversations in my ear have been a saving grace and a workplace with a heavy majority of men i recently got promoted leapfrogging over my supervisor to become the facility manager it is an amazing opportunity for my career advancement and i love the job that being said my former supervisor has been super salty recently within the same breath he claims to be proud of me that i'm doing better than any of my predecessors and that he feels like he's been demoted ignored tempted to start looking for work elsewhere he is an extremely valuable member of the team and i can't afford to lose him but i do not want to have to call his fragile masculinity how do i even begin to navigate this question good for you for not wanting to have him pathy here or like at least checking your empathy and also congrats on your promotion yeah look at you look at you look at you i'm into this man this is super tricky right because like let's be real you didn't promote yourself like a sister promoted you over this person to me when people cannot be happy for your promotion it says more about them than it says about you and if you are this person's direct manager like like that's definitely a sticking point but it's something that you need to talk you need to be like put it all on the table and say hey this makes me uncomfortable how can we keep working together because there's a reason that you got promoted him like there and i'm not going to get into it because i don't i don't pick the winners at your job but it doesn't have to be a death sentence for him and maybe it is true that he has to start looking for work elsewhere that might be away that there signaling to him to do that like i don't know about for sure but like that's a pretty good signal also being a manager is is i mean look like i'm not gonna say being a manager involved coddling fragile masculinity but being a manager involves coddling a lot of different personality problems and shortcomings that is like part of what managing people is.

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"supervisor" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"To be helping people in their lives and their careers ed you're gonna be able to look back and say hey i actually know what i'm talking about i did this i called this guy can coleman one day and we talked about it and and i was thinking through this and i was on the right path and i just i went with and i kept going and i got there and so today i sit here running own business helping you get on purpose in your life that's the narrative mary i can't wait to hear the rest of that story thanks for the call mary you are going to make a huge difference and you are making a difference right now it's going to take some time for you to get there do not listen to the voice in your head that you're just you know a database supervisor just a database supervisor will make any difference not true not true i can tell you right now that your company values you and that your role matters in your on purpose right now you being database supervisor is what's allowing you to keep moving forward to do the work you were created to do so great stuff for mary eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number for you to jump in on the conversation next we go to dallas georgia were steve is on the line steve you're on the coleman show hey thanks for taking my call happy to steve how can help today well you know i'm calling because i just need some help finding my next role must we spot because done several things in the past and just really have not found one and so just me some direction on the type of goal and maybe some positions you know trying to get to where i need to be.

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"supervisor" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Of the company and to our customers if we're customer related but when it comes to asking for raise listing someone's been there for a period of time of year or so and they think uh yeah i think i need to get a raise is any way of going about asking for a raise and being effective at it you know their uh their uh it may not be what folks a race won't be here but a direct asked her employer changes the relationship so uh as much as i would like to give some of your listeners who were thinking but asked me for race that kind of the kind of advice the magic words that would make that happen there is no getting around that once you breach uh or broach that topic with a supervisor on employer uh the relationship changes they look at you differently that's not necessarily negatively but over the long term it probably is naked it but see that easy to avoid uh by simply asking for the you know typically you would have an annual review but if you feel like you can't wait celebrity isn't you ask or a purse little progress reviewers interim review now is that his code for i think i'm worth more than mb craig at the but you don't say that to order creates an atmosphere uh uh deniability if you will on that topic and so therefore they don't look at you this negative way or negatively also perhaps don't let me play for a personal progress eu it's going to be a natural bridge into that compensation in fact if it's finished dude employers supervisor they're gonna bring it up for you to in that review and in fact uh we coach importers all the time we've got the heavier ground to the ear you've got to beat the employee e to the race if you're not if you're not giving them away speaks or they expected uh then you're gonna.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Slate's Represent

Slate's Represent

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Slate's Represent

"Things that i think we all have an idea of what exactly they do whether it's a director or an actor or you know of writer but a music supervisor i think maybe of more people might not be aware of what exactly music supervisor does could you talk a little bit about like what that means for you when you're working on a movie or tv show sure a music supervisors a primaries bounce ability is and sort of esoteric terms it's to help a carried the story be that in a television show a film uh trailers and even now games um i come into the process uh at the script phase i work closely with the director and the show runner let's go through the script what ideas they might have for music oftentimes in the script there are already notes their phnom music use that have been written into the story which may be identified in may not um so i fill in those gaps if if of the story has a character in a club in a bar a in their car um dancing um i feel in those gaps ally filling gaps other places uh where we identify a need for music and so before the project is even shot i've already started to make knelt about where i think music should be and those choices or sometimes informed by the notes in the script themselves the director has as made queues and then once um the project is shots than we come together again we look at the cuts.

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