Purl | Pixar SparkShorts


[BUZZING] [MUSIC PLAYING] Yeah. I saw you. Sweet. What’s up? Gym tonight? [LAUGHTER] No!
No! No! MAN: Welcome to BRO Capital. Uh, yeah, so you’ll be
up on the fourth floor with investments, and, uh– what? The Tigers are up by 20? Yes! Anyway, it’s entry
level, but your resume was by far the strongest. I’m sure you’ll fit right– in. Thanks. I still think it’s unbelievable
that I’m really here. Unbeweavable. [CLEARING THROAT] I–
I mean, unbelievable! [GRUNTING] I’m so excited. I have a really good
feeling about this! [TAPPING] [LAUGHTER] Heh. [PHONES CHIMING] [WHISTLING] [PHONE RINGING] [SIGH] When it’s 9:00, but it
feels like it’s 10:30. Good morning. Hi there. Did you see they
hired a ball of y— oh.”. [SIGH] Morning, gentlemen. MAN: Hey, what’s the difference
between a porcupine and a BMW? With the porcupine, the
pricks are on the outside! [LAUGHTER] PURL: [LAUGHTER] Yeah! [LAUGHTER] Good one. So, why do spiders weave webs? Because they don’t
know how to crochet. [LAUGHTER] Is that, like, a
sport, or something? Like– with the needles, and– you know? [NERVOUS LAUGHTER] Aw. MAN: Hey, guys. Staff meeting. As you can see, we’ve got a
big, fat failure on our hands. So, finance wants answers. Ideas? Uh, excuse me. OK. What’s our strategy here? What’s the priority? Why are they even ours? Simple and straightforward. Oh, guys! Let’s bring finance in and
knit our strategies together. What? Naw, you’re being too soft. We gotta be aggressive.
– Yeah! We gotta be aggressive!
– Double down! Aggressive! Who cares about finance? [MEN SHOUTING] All right, all right, OK. Let’s put a pin in it. Who’s down for two for
one wings at Swifty’s? Oh, yeah. Hey, we got everybody? Yeah, that’s everybody. All right. First round’s on Gronkowski. [LAUGHTER] [SIGH] [DING] Of course, now
who knows what– What the– Gronkowski. Purl. [TYPING] Did she always sit there? I don’t even recognize her. So then he says, I know
this suit is expensive, baby. But at my apartment,
it’s 100% off! [LAUGHTER] She tells better
jokes than you do. MAN: Hey, guys? Staff meeting. [LAUGHTER] MAN: Well, these results
speak for themselves. But finance is
still asking for– I say we go for it! And if finance doesn’t like
it, they can kiss our ass! All right! Yeah! All right! [CHEERING] It’s 5:00 somewhere. Let’s go. Happy hour at Swifty’s. Let’s get outta here. Shotgun!
Shotgun! All right. Is that everybody? Hold up. Not everybody. Let’s go. – Shotgun!
– Come on. You’re gonna love
this place, Purl. Purl, you’re going
to eat so many wings. Purl! Purl, you wanna– – Purl, come over here.
– Hey, Purl? Purl? [CHEERING] [VOMITING] [CHEERING] [DING] Oh, thank goodness
you’re still here. I had such a time trying
to find this place. Oh, I missed my stop,
and then I didn’t know what floor we were on. Excuse me, sir. I guess Kyle from
HR went home early, so I went door to
door, up each flight. [SCOFFING] Leave the
knitting at your nana’s house. [LAUGHTER] What I mean to
say is that I can’t wait to be part of the team. Guys? [SIGH] Hey, where are you going? Hi. I’m Purl. I’m Lacy. What are they doing? LACY: It was such a fright. Hey, guys, this is Lacy. Mm– eh. PURL: Welcome to BRO Capital. You’ll be up on the fourth
floor with investments. Thanks. It’s still kind of
unbelievable that I’m here. I would say it’s
“un-be-weave-able.” [LAUGHTER] [LAUGHTER] Wow. I have a really good
feeling about this. Well, come on. Let me show you around. Tell us all about yourself. We do love a good yarn. Hey, Purl, you guys coming
to Schwifty’s tonight? Is a wool sweater scratchy? [LAUGHTER] [MUSIC PLAYING]

How Disney will force Netflix to change streaming


– Right now, we’re living in a golden age of streaming services. For $15 a month, one
service can give you access to basically endless movies and shows, with new offerings coming in every week. But enjoy it while it lasts,
because wheels are already in motion to make those
services more profitable for companies, and worse for you. Someday soon, to get the
same amount of content you’re getting now,
you’re gonna have to pay for more streaming services. (introspective music) So think about all the content
on a service like Netflix, and where all of it comes from. A lot of what you see is made by Netflix, but most of it’s not, whether it’s network TV shows, old movies, or movies that were just in theaters. A study last year found
that licensed content makes up 80% of what people actually watch. Netflix pays to license that
content from the studios, and it’s a big part of their business. Access to the streaming
market is important for studios, too, because
streaming media is where the viewers are. Netflix added 30 million US subscribers in the past five years,
and that’s coming at a time when traditional cable and broadcast TVs have
less viewers every year. But licensing to Netflix, Hulu, and the other services isn’t the only way for studios to get their movies online. Next year, Disney plans to launch its own streaming service, a
direct competitor to Netflix. Disney’s a little late to the party, but the service will have
so much popular content that it may not matter. Remember, Disney owns
Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and 21st Century Fox, along
with more than 90 years of beloved movies and TV. The bad news is, if it’s
on Disney’s new service, it doesn’t really make sense
to put it on Netflix, too. Once Disney’s current
licensing deals expire, Coco, Guardians of the
Galaxy, and Last Jedi are all probably gonna disappear from the other streaming services. It’s a simple business move. Why would Disney put Last Jedi on Netflix when it can put it on Disneyflix and make you pay another
$15 a month for it? Even if Netflix offered to
pay more money in licensing, Disney would rather have you watch their movies on their service. Disney is actually really
good at making money when distribution methods change. If you look at the history of the company, they’ve done it over and over again. When VHS and DVDs became popular, Disney pioneered a system
called the Disney Vault, where movies would be
locked away for years, and only made available for
lucrative, limited-run sales. – [Narrator] All these
magical Disney videos before they disappear. – Whether you love or
hate the vault, it worked. A study in the year 2000
found that 55% of Disney fans replaced their VHS tapes with DVDs, compared to only 14% for other studios. Cable expanded the
playing field even more. Initially, Disney licensed
its content to HBO, but soon they realized
that the real money was in running their own channel. So the Disney channel was born. Last year, Disney made 40% of its money from cable channels, including
the ABC networks and ESPN. And as cord-cutters move away from cable, towards services like Netflix,
Disney’s trying to pull off the same trick with streaming video, using its massive content library to build a whole new
service from the ground up. Now, Disney’s not the only
studio trying to do that. Comcast has its Xfinity streaming service, Time Warner has HBO Go. The only way to see the
latest Star Trek series is by paying six dollars a
month for CBS All Access. Everybody’s vertically integrating, which means there’ll be less and less third-party content
available to license. If you wanna follow all
the movies and shows, you’ll have to pay for all the services, and there’ll be more and
more of them to pay for. If you’ve noticed a lot more
Netflix Originals lately, that’s why. If you can’t find Star Wars
or Iron Man on Netflix, executives are betting you’ll stick around for Stranger Things
and BoJack Horseman, just like you stuck with
HBO for Game of Thrones. So if you follow a bunch
of streaming services now, you might soften the blow
by borrowing the password from your parents or friends, but that could be in danger, too. Streaming services can shut down account sharing anytime they want. Just look at Spotify, where sharing accounts
is nearly impossible. Netflix is slowly cracking
down on account sharing, too, adding distinct profiles, and stopping any profile that streams
multiple shows at once. As the industry matures,
those rules are gonna tighten, and it’s gonna get harder and harder to dip into a service
without paying for it. Now, for corporations,
this is about the money. Disney paid four billion
dollars for Star Wars, and they wanna make that money
back as fast as they can. But all that leaves the
general interest fan in a tough place. Do you stick with a
single streaming service, and miss out on the next
wave of Marvel movies? Is the new Star Trek really
worth six dollars a month? We don’t know what the future of streaming will look like, yet. The transition away from
licensing could be jarring, or it could happen slowly, over years. Competition between the new services could inspire a new
golden age of TV shows, or everyone could fall back on old tricks and familiar franchises,
but whatever happens, the pipeline between the camera and your screen is gonna
get a lot more controlled, and if you want the same amount of content you’ve been used to, you’re gonna have to pay more. Thanks for watching, I hope you liked it. If you want more free
video content, check us out at theverge.com, and like and subscribe to youtube.com/theverge.

Abigail Disney not happy with workers’ conditions at theme park


INVOLVED, THERE’S A LOT OF SPECULATIVE ACTIVITY THAT IS JUMPY. NEIL: LET ME SWITCH GEARS TO DISNEY. ABIGAIL DISNEY, PART OF THE FOUNDING FAMILY, I GUESS SHE WENT UNDERCOVER AT DISNEYLAND TO SEE HOW WORKERS WERE BEING TREATED. NOT WELL, TO HER. IT’S A BAD REFLECTION ON THE COMPANY SHE SAYS DISPROPORTIONATELY PAYS ITS HONCHOS, INCLUDING BOB IGER, TOO MUCH.>>SHE REALLY BEAT UP ON BOB IGER. HE’S PAID MORE THAN $65 MILLION, MORE THAN 1,000 TIMES WHAT THE AVERAGE WORKER AT A THEME PARK, FOR EXAMPLE, IS GETTING PAID. ABIGAIL DISNEY IS REALLY SAYING THIS SHOULD BE ABOUT SORT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS AND GOOD CONDITIONS. WE ARE HEARING THE SAME KIND OF STORIES FROM WORKERS AT AMAZON AS WELL. THIS IS A CONVERSATION THAT’S ONGOING. WE DO STEP UP TO THE PLATE AND SAY THIS IS THE BEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD TO LIVE IN, YET THERE DEFINITELY COULD BE MORE THAT IS DONE WHEN IT COMES TO CORPORATIONS — NEIL: THEY ARE ALREADY PAYING $15.>>THEY ARE PAYING IT.>>THEY SAID THEY ARE PAYING THEIR WORKERS $15 AND THEY HAVE PROGRAMS WHERE PEOPLE CAN HAVE CONTINUING EDUCATION AND REALLY GET INVOLVED, YOU KNOW, MOVE TOWARDS, YOU KNOW, HAVE MULTIPLE PROMOTIONS TOWARDS UPPER MANAGEMENT. THINK ABOUT WHERE DISNEY’S STOCK IS NOW. UNDER IGER’S TENURE, IT’S GONE UP FIVE TIMES. NEIL: IT’S MADE ABIGAIL RICH.>>WAS THAT IGER OR THE MARKET?>>HE WAS THE FIRST ONE TO HAVE ALL THAT CONTENT ON, YOU KNOW, NETFLIX AND HULU. HE DID A STRATEGIC DEAL WITH LUCAS FILMS, A STRATEGIC DEAL WITH FOX, WHICH IS THIS NETWORK, OWNED BY THIS NETWORK.

How Cruise Ships Work


This is the symphony of the seas: an 1,188 feet long, 8,880 person, 18 deck, 7 neighborhood beast of a cruise ship that makes the Titanic look like a kayak. It cost $1.4 billion dollars but cruise ships only lasts about 25 years; 25 years of constant cleaning and maintenance, plus an enormous amount of food, fuel, fees and employees. But tickets can cost just 60 or 70 dollars a day, cheaper than most retirement homes and a bit more fun So making profit and quite a bit of it means Optimizing everything from a ship’s flag to its precise schedule. Like airlines, the business of cruising is one of low Margins at extreme scale. Cruise Lines are experts at finding clever ways to save money Norwegian cruises would even sail 1,100 miles into the middle of nowhere to avoid fines, they run a very tight ship Cruises can be long, short, salty or not But they all fall under three basic categories: Mainstream cruise lines optimized for scale They sell lots of tickets or not a lot of money Sometimes even at a loss. The average ticket sells for 1,293 dollars But cost the company even more in food fuel wages marketing and lots lots more. If everyone left their wallet at home, These cruise lines would go out of business, but the average person spends four hundred and twenty nine dollars on board They’re the perfect captive audience. When your only choices are pepsi or sea water They can pretty much guarantee your purchase casinos, spas, shopping and drinks are key to making profit And why you can’t bring your own, and since everyone walks from cabin to dining room at least once a day That’s where they place lounges bars and casinos. There’s no avoiding them. Premium wines are just the opposite they make most of their money upfront. The no screaming kids on board tax means they can spend more time in ports And Luxury ships may only hold a few hundred passengers But each pays more than enough to make the difference All three categories serve very different markets so a good company catches them all which is why so many brands are owned by just two mega corporations Carnival owns Holland America princess piano and Costa even an airline at one point and Royal Caribbean on Celebrity and Azamara. This way something like Costa, Concordia Doesn’t damage the rest of the company’s reputation. When a ship reaches the end of its life They can just hand it down to one of their other brands with lower standards, and a cruise ship is a vacation machine But it can never take a vacation November to April is when cold Americans escape to the Caribbean But keeping that many ships there all year round would be extremely costly so is moving around empty ships from one region to another So they don’t. when Caribbean ships switch to Europe in April They sell repositioning tickets a one-way two-week cruise from Florida to say Amsterdam This way the ship is always making money and when one cruise ends the next begins Turnaround day is a miracle of coordination. In less than half a day 6,000 people exit the ship and a hotel, restaurant, a theater, laundromat, and theme park clean and reset as if nothing ever happened When the ship arrives back at port early in the morning the clock starts ticking. While passengers sleep all their luggage must be carried ashore Meanwhile trash is dumped, crew members switched, fuel pumped and a Costco of food and supplies loaded onto the ship. 700,000 eggs, 3,000 gallons of soda and 15,000 pounds of potatoes. By 10:30 Passengers are gone and hundreds of housekeepers rushed to clean all 3,000 rooms Then paperwork needs filed, maintenance performed, towel animals folded, and lunch cooked by Mr. Fieri. All before new passengers arrive at one. By five o’clock The ship is on its way whether you’re on it or not, because the sooner it reaches International waters the sooner the casino can start making Bank. Gambling is already very profitable But especially when it’s unregulated, so don’t go overboard. Ocean water is pumped in Desalinated and sent to rooms, which because surface area is so limited are mostly interiors but the real moneymakers are suites and balconies, so Profitable that some ships have fake windows with virtual views and the least desirable lower decks are reserved for the crew There’s one for every 2 passengers, but you’ll never see them off-duty They work long hours for 3 to 12 months at a time And they have to stay in their quarters when not working, and that’s because a cruise ship can register in any country whose labor laws It prefers, most ships fly a flag of convenience Usually Panama or Liberia saving millions in wages. Pretty handy It’s why you might have a Barbadian maitre d or latvian housekeeper, but never a pricey american the only problem is the passenger vessel services act of 1886. It says no foreign vessel shall transport passengers between ports in the United States. Acruise can take passengers from America to another country and then Coincidentally those same people back to America But never directly between American ports so short Pacific cruises often stop in Ensenada It’s only 50 miles from the US but on a 6000 passenger cruise it saves 1.8 million in fines But for cruises to Hawaii they had to get creative. Every week Norwegian cruise ships going to Hawaii would take a four-day 1,135 mile detour to a tiny atoll with no running water or electricity called Tabuaeran But because they technically step foot in the Republic of Kiribati the trip is made 100% legal, And then Norwegian built the pride of America, because it’s registered in the US it can avoid the detour But it’s subject to American labor laws, which is why many cruises to Hawaii are more expensive. Meanwhile No port wants to be the next Tabuaeran so they fight to attract cruises. Cruise lines sell local activities for high Commissions and port fees are passed on to passengers But ideally passengers never leave company property so until 2096 Walt Disney owns a small island in the Bahamas where they take their cruises called Castaway Cay And now other cruise lines are doing the same It’s every company’s dream, from the moment you step on board until you leave 10 pounds heavier You’re under their magic spell but that’s also the beauty of a crew: total convenience. the last thing you want to do on vacation is cook or clean or [AD] Remember passwords. Traveling in general is hard enough much less remembering airline hotel and other passwords, sitting by the pool Lemonade in hand and surfing the net is the last time you should need to remember your passwords Dashlane stores fills and can even generate those passwords for you anywhere in the world Across all your devices so you can make them as secure as you want without having to remember. Basically Dashlane brings the convenience of a cruise to your passwords. Using one password for everything just isn’t secure and if you do what you’re supposed to do and Make a long complicated password, You’ll never remember it. Do you want to get into your account or do you not want to be hacked? Those are terrible options, and what makes Dashlane so great. It works on pretty much every platform And it’s not some big complicated thing you have to setup. It just works, if it finds that one of your accounts is ever compromised It sends you a notification so you can change your password. For a ton of sites, Dashlane can even change your password for you with one click of a button I can’t tell you how convenient that is why not make your life easier? your data is worth it. Click the link in the description and use the code ‘youtube2018’ for 10% off the already very affordable premium plan, or try it completely free

WRECK IT RALPH 2 Trailer 2 (2018)


[RALPH]: Hey kid! [RALPH]: Wake up! [VANELLOPE]: Ralph! What is wrong with you? [RALPH]: Start churning butter and put on your church shoes, little sister, ’cause we’re about to blast off! [VANELLOPE]: Ralph, what is it you’re trying to say? [RALPH]: We’re going in the internet. [VANELLOPE]: What?! (VANELLOPE YELLS) (VANELLOPE YELLS) (RALPH YELLS) (RALPH GRUNTS) [VANELLOPE]: Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the internet! (RALPH SCREAMS) [RALPH]: Woah! Coool. [RAPLH]: Wow, look at all this stuff. [VANELLOPE]: This is the most beautiful miracle I’ve ever seen. [MALE]: Welcome to the search bar. What can I help you find today? [RALPH]: Um.. [MALE]: Umbrella? Umbrage? Umami? [RALPH]: No- [MALE]: Noah’s Ark? No doubt? No, it’s from- (RALPH GROWLS) [MALE]: Ergonomics? Urban Outfitters. Auricle? [VANELLOPE]: I’m pretty sure he’s just trying to guess what you’re gonna say [MALE]: My auto-fill is a touch aggressive today… [VANELLOPE]: Lemme try; take me to a website that’s super intense and really nuts! [MALE]: Oh. I only found one result. [VANELLOPE]: Aww, come on. [VANELLOPE]: Princesses and cartoon characters. Barf! [EEYORE]: Hey… [VANELLOPE]: Woah! [VANELLOPE]: Cool! [STORMTROOPERS]: You’re coming with us, kid. (PRINCESSES GASP) [VANELLOPE]: Hi. [VANELLOPE]: Woah, woah! Ladies! I’m a princess too! [POCAHONTAS]: What kind of a princess are you? [VANELLOPE]: Uh… [RAPUNZEL]: Do you have magic hair? [VANELLOPE]: No… [ELSA]: Magic hands? [VANELLOPE]: No… [CINDERELLA]: Do animals talk to you? [VANELLOPE]: No. [SNOW WHITE]: Were you poisoned? [VANELLOPE]: No. [TIANA+AURORA]: Cursed? [VANELLOPE]: No! [RAPUNZEL+BELLE]: Kidnapped or enslaved? [VANELLOPE]: No! Are you guys okay? Should I call the police? [RAPUNZEL]: Do people assume all your problems got solved because a big, strong man showed up? [VANELLOPE]: Yes! [VANELLOPE]: What is up with that!? [ALL PRINCESSES]: She is a Princess! (SNOW WHITE SINGS) [MALE VOICEOVER]: Ralph Breaks the Internet [RALPH]: Shouldn’t it be ‘Ralph Wrecks the Internet’? [VANELLOPE]: Yeah, since he is Wreck-it-Ralph. [FEMALE]: Uh, yeah, but ‘break the internet’, It’s like a thing. [RALPH]: Right… It’s just ‘Wreck the Internet’ kind of sounds better, doesn’t it? [FEMALE]: You’re not wrong. [MALE]: All right, let’s get you plugged in. [RALPH]: Whiffy! Or… is it wifey? [VANELLOPE]: Why don’t we just go in…? [MALE]: And we are online… [RALPH]: Woah… Cool! [VANELLOPE]: Ralph, isn’t this great?! [VANELLOPE]: We are going to the internet! [RALPH]: Super excited! [RALPH]: Just one minor thing, what is the internet? [RALPH]: Holy cow! Look at all this stuff! [FEMALE]: Congratulations, you’re a winner! [RALPH]: Really? [MALE]: These 10 child stars went to prison, number 6 will amaze you! [RALPH]: That sounds interesting. [VANELLOPE]: Ralph, come on! [FEMALE]: Redirecting to ebay… [MALE]: Ladies and gentlemen, the next item up, a black, velvet painting of a sorrowful kitten [RALPH]: It’s like it’s looking into my soul… [VANELLOPE]: Yeah, that one’s really gonna haunt me for a while… [RALPH]: Woah! Games! [CHILD]: Pancake [CHILD]: Milkshake [RALPH]: Out of my way kid! [RALPH]: Pancake, milkshake, milkshake… [RALPH]: Huh. I’m starting to understand why people like this game, really zen! [RALPH]: Milkshake! [VANELLOPE]: Hey! Look what I found! [VANELLOPE]: More pancakes! [RALPH]: Let’s speed it up! Pancake, pancake, pancake, pancake, pancake, pancake, pancake, pancake- Eat little buddy, eat eat eat! [VANELLOPE]: Uh… Ralph, you might wanna try feeding the kitty for a little while… [RALPH]: No! The kitty gets the milkshake! [RALPH]: The bunny gets the pancake! (POP) (GIRL SCREAMS)

Our Floating Dreams | A Mickey Mouse Cartoon | Disney Shorts


(THEME MUSIC PLAYING) (ASIAN-STYLE MUSIC PLAYING) (CASH REGISTER DINGS) Thank you. Oh, ah… (INDISTINCT CHATTER) (SIGHS) (GASPS) Ah! (REVERSE BEEPING) (YELPS) Pineapple! (GRUMBLES)
(TAKES DEEP BREATH) Huh? Aargh! Fried rice! (SCREAMING) (MONKEYS CHATTERING
AND SCREECHING) (GRUMBLES) (SIZZLING) (THUD) Hey, excuse me,
that’s my spot. What’s your problem? (LAUGHING) Hello. Hello. Ahh! (THUD) (EGGS CRACKING) (CLUCKING) (HUMMING) (GRUMBLES) (STRUGGLING GROANS) BOTH: Huh? (MICKEY AND MINNIE SCREAMING) (WATER SPLASHING) (CHIP SINGING) (BOTH GIGGLING) (CASH REGISTER DINGING) (MICKEY AND MINNIE GRUMBLING) Pineapple?
Fried rice? Fried rice?
Pineapple? Fried rice?
Pineapple? MICKEY: Pineapple? Pineapple?
MINNIE: Fried rice?
Fried rice? Pineapple? Fried Rice?
Pineapple? Fried rice? (METALLIC THUD)
MICKEY: Ouch! Pineapple?
Fried rice? (LOUD EXPLOSION) (MICKEY AND MINNIE SCREAMING) (TSKING) Don’t worry about it. Don’t worry about it. Pineapple fried rice?
Pineapple fried rice? (CHOMPING) Mmm! (CHOMPING) Mmm! (CROWD CHATTERING) (LAUGHING) (GASPS) (MUSIC PLAYING)

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING



I work for NASA at the Kennedy Space Center assembly and testing an international laboratory in space my work helps patients at our Hospital get better care every day I am improving how we make some of America's favorite treats our motto is we never forget who we're working for and who we work for is the US military within ten years every hospital in the nation will have an industrial engineer associated with her team I help create magical moments at one of the world's most famous places desperate ears are problem solvers people who find that it's creative and fun to make things work better the International Space Station Chow's are on the earth at 17,500 miles per hour that's 16 times a day six astronauts from different countries lived there performing experiments that would benefit life on Earth I lead a team of people that assembles and checks out the hardware that will be flown to space which will then be used by our scientists this module just came back from space and actually we opened up the hatch yesterday as an industrial engineer I'm contributing to one of the greatest technological achievements in human history I like my job because it's different every day in this plant we make about 1 million pounds of chocolate every day even in a company as successful as Hershey industrial engineers can always help improve what we do we ended up collecting rows of bars and looking at the almond percentage by bar our Hershey bars with almonds did not always have a consistent number of almonds I led a team to make design changes to the equipment so now the bars have a more consistent number of almonds now we are producing better quality bars our customers are happy and the company is saving money Aki Martin is the number one defense contractor for United States government I'm responsible for the operations element of the missiles of fire control business where the approach we're going to take the build and testings the manpower we're going to need the technology support the whole backbone what we do is all around the culture or I'll call the culture of being an IT when my customer comes back and tells me the products that made save their lives there's no more customer satisfaction better than that industrial engineers are the kind of people that find the shortest quickest cheapest best way to do something and think it's fun to solve that puzzle we try to strive for delivering excellence and quality and all we do not only do they have good technical skills they're good in math and science and computers but they also have good people skills they learn how businesses work they learn how the world works they look at the whole picture and they try to understand where it all fits starting salaries now are in the 55 to 65 thousand dollar range industrial engineers are in more demand today than they ever have been because there's so many things you can do with ie I don't really feel worried about my next step in my career hospitals today are busier than ever so it's really important that each patient gets fast in quality care as an industrial engineer I work directly with doctors and nurses and you find that having a standard process of the huddle has really improved your metrics as opposed to what was what you were doing before we develop ideas to make the hospital run more efficiently and make procedures like lab testing more accurate seeing patients get better and seeing them happy about their care it really means a lot and it makes you want to come to work every day I remember coming to the theme parks as a kid I wanted to experience everything now my job at Disney is to make sure our parks and resorts are fun and efficient so I guess get the full experience I observe how our attractions are operating and analyze data to make improvements new changes to Space Mountain are making wait time shorter and more entertaining think about the number of people that come through our turnstiles and getting the opportunity to say yep I had a hand and improving their experience is definitely rewarding from the products on our shelves to the efficiency of our trucks industrial engineers contribute to Walmart's role as a global leader in sustainability my job is to create technology that makes it easy to capture and share life's most important moments industrial engineers help our airports operate more safely and efficiently I studied the new and innovative ways people work today so my company can develop products for the future I develop new methods to keep our factory workers safer on the job at the American Red Cross industrial engineers coordinate disaster relief to the world's neediest people I'm able to help create a corporate vision and develop a path to get there as an industrial engineer I help to advance the future of space exploration I work for a company that builds medical devices so people can live longer healthier lives our team of industrial engineers finds the best way to transport our products to more than 1,000 stores my company makes equipment to diagnose all kinds of patient injuries and illness as an industrial engineer I'm improving products for the global auto industry Industrial Engineering gives me a unique and different perspective to improve the way my company does business I tried to drive continuous process improvement every day Industrial Engineering opens up opportunities throughout the company you can pretty much go anywhere we're tackling new challenges and coming up with creative solutions to make our company better all those things I learned in my IE program I apply every day it's exciting to use my industrial engineering skills to deliver a great guest experience my job is rewarding because I know I'm making a difference in people's lives industrial engineers are the leaders of today and tomorrow every day is a different adventure it's truly the dream job you you

Do You Want To Build a Snowman – Frozen In Real Life – REMASTERED



(Knocking) Do you want to build a snowman? Come on let's go and play I never see you anymore, come out the door. It's like you've gone away. We used to be best buddies And now we're not I wish you would tell me why. Do you wanna build a snowman? It doesn't have to be a snowman. Go away, Anna. Ok, bye. (knocking) Do you wanna build a snowman? Or ride our bike around the halls? I think some company is overdue- I've started talking to the pictures on the walls, "Hang in there, Joan" It gets a little lonely, all these empty rooms, Just watching the hours tick by… knocking Elsa? Please, I know you're in there. People are asking where you've been. They say, "Have courage." and I'm trying to. I'm right out here for you. Just let me in. We only have each other It's just you and me. What are we gonna do? Do you wanna build a snowman? Thanks for watching our Frozen 2 tribute Do You want to build a snowman – in real life Watch our Family on Lemon Slices

African Cheetah Thanks Man For Building Stair Steps To Help His Limbs | Big Cat Breeding Project



if running a cheetah breeding project was only playing with Cubs and African cats all day that would be the life but that isn't the case it takes a lot of hard work people and dedication as well as resources time money and a whole lot more many times a project is just finding solutions to a problem this is ivory who likes to climb on top of his ten foot shade platform cheetahs aren't known for climbing how to get up there the concern is when he climbs down the tension on his muscles ligaments joints and bones ivory has since been release into a protected wild so his problem no longer exists but I had a similar concern with Gabriel's platform it was too high she does like the high ground so they can watch out for predators and prey my concern was for his joints over time that's a long way down for gable to jump so that is I'm gonna be creating a stair step and a basic one here and then one here so he can step down step down and done otherwise he's putting a lot of pressure on his joints and he's gonna use five years old but I don't you know problems it up early and then they can't compound lay our lives so okay looking to turn this into this the materials for this project were all found in a recyclable scrap yard it's a lot of work but the reward is peace of mind and job well done and a gratifying thank-you from this customer you'll see but all work and no play is boring for both Gabriel and I always tease it's pleasure before business with Gabriel whenever I work inside the camp's I always visit the animals first okay back to work it's time to play with the Cheetahs again maybe this is why it took me over a week to finish this project so basically have to close this gate here for Gabriel to keep me to lock him in here while the Worman work online aren't his stair-step good boy good boy good boy with Gabriel secure in his feeding camp the local staff can help me piece together at his stair-step that's all buddy good boy you guys take a pause look who's watching this is puppies and Stephen from cheetah experience remember I told you a project is people I really needed their help to finish this so let us fast forward Stephen and Poppy's showed me how to dig and secure a post hole with nothing more than a metal rod a shovel and some rocks then they helped me secure the platforms to the posts Ariel's first tier step table stairs head that is sturdy at last a long time it's good just a wee bit more you know there's there's Habitat for Humanity and this is habitat for cheap cut it tea it's time to play within cheetahs again Hey good buddy good boy good boy all play and no work makes Gabriel a happy cheetah this is the habitat for cheat eatery I'm calling it this is a stair set for Gabriel to help his joints and his back to protect him in his older age I got the help from a fantastic staff here and she experienced puppy puppies and Steven and I really thank you guys for helping me build this I could not do without you thank you very much always friends now I still have some work to do on it board up the front and sides and weatherproof it with puppies and Steven gone I had to resort to Gabriel's help to finish a project I needed Gabriel to pre-drill the holes for the screws here the den holes it's pop of light members Gabriel wanted to help me with the weatherproofing but I told him thanks but not this time anybody just paint buddy yeah just paint it was done Gabriel's two-tiered Stairsteps was finished all that was left was Gabriel's seal of approval that's yours buddy that is your Stairsteps good boy not very comfortable huh and they're not so surprising and Gabriel's sake a slobbery grooming Perrine's thank you it's just a pleasure where's your building this stair step for you buddy yeah it's a pleasure it's a pleasure make sure my buddy's joints are safe huh long journey what yeah you've welcome you are most welcome a little thank-you for his Stairsteps this week so how many times have you thanked your construction worker for a job well done you're welcome buddy that's a proper use of us there step nice there you go buddy good boy with a little encouragement I showed him how to get down this truly was a pleasure to build for Gabriel I like to kid and joke about when you're doing something for someone you loved it doesn't feel like work if you liked this video please share it and give me thumbs up and consider joining my channel join my coalition

MCU Building up to Parker Industries & More



for those of you that have read the comics and know that in recent years Peter Parker has gone through many changes from being controlled by Doc Ock to swinging around with multiple Spiderman now all inhabiting the same world and not just sticking to one to him running his own company called Parker industries now let's talk about what spider-man far from home could possibly be setting up for the future so in far from home we see that Tony Oh leaves all of this crazy technology that Stark has for Peter he wants him to use it because he was the correct choice he's becoming the hero he thought he could be we see that Peter mishandled it at first but now it's his and he's gonna use it now if you look at the comics specifically the Parker Industries run Peter Parker realizes that he has to pick up from where Doc Ock left off he can't just abandon all that would look too suspicious so all across the globe from Asian territories to London Parker Industries buildings pop up and he's able to actually be spider-man hiding that he's spider-man and being the face of a mega company now if you watch far from home you know that Parker's identity is revealed so how are they gonna go about this what do you do with it where do you go with it and if you look at Iron Man how he was accepted as this big you know rich guy who just has a sewage protecting earth and he uses that and he batters earth with all his technology I think you could stand to reason that maybe down the road in the MCU they're gonna set up Tony kind of being very influential and pushing Peter more towards becoming like a Tony Stark like somebody that runs an industrial company like Parker industries and to me this would make a whole lot of sense now at the same time I know people are gonna flip out because they're gonna go it's iron board jr. just being Iron Man and to a degree that's kind of what happened when Doc Ock took over his brain cuz Ock was like hey look I'm really smart Peter you're smart why are you being a complete idiot not making any money off of this so maybe they're gonna establish that somewhere down the road and I think this could be a long long play that they're doing right now and what make a lot of sense and be really interesting to see Peter in that spotlight considering the comics have shied away from it but now that his identity is out they have to kind of address how they move forward with that and I think there will be a lot of interesting ways to do it