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"beckstrom" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!
"Oh eight in that re sampling structures went to went to those in went to lo fi hip hop and. That's kind of where i stay. You know i was listening to another interview. And i heard that in europe. There's a style of music cold grime. That's getting bigger. Do you know anything about that. Yeah it's definitely not something. I can produce. I'm sure if. I put my mind to it. I could probably do it and it just takes some time a lot of learning. What's the best way to describe. That i don't know what that is is it danceable or is it more like grunge. It's heavily on the edm beckstrom so a lot of sound design. Saw like dub step a lot. Heavier in the base modulation if i'm thinking of that correctly. Then that's pretty much. What i think what i remember. It was like. I said. I kinda don't be in that area. I don't like to play in that area because It's difficult and it takes a lot of time so i respect those that do that's for sure that's for sure. See like your stay in your lane. hip hop is definitely where i like to stay. I don't know i can play with more Talk a little bit about your podcasts. So how did you get started in wanting to deal podcast So i started a job. That was an office job. And i started listening to podcasts. At that time. I was just like i don't like my. I had a couple of friends that listen to podcasts. And early what it is. And of course i watched the joe. Rogan experience had a couple of guests. That i like that. Were on the okay. So that's kinda cool. I already had that recording equipment. You know from being a music production While why why not the story about how we got the name next to the lamb is because Me and my friend we'd get really drunk and We'd have like these crazy. Talks about the universe and theoretical physics and stuff like that and he had busted lamp. There was holes in the shade. It was like barely taped together was a brass based. I don't even know how this thing works but it did. And it was bright as i do. We call a podcast next to the lamp. Because we're just sitting there talking you know. I don't think i really wanna be a podcast will destroy what's matthew times and You know we'll see where it goes and two years later we're still gone in talking to a bunch of people tell us tattle show..
"beckstrom" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Available in the month of December. Those are available, but there's a lag between doses being available than being ordered by the providers in the states. Shipping and an eventual vaccination, especially when you have Christmas and New Year's in the middle. The CDC is covered data tracker shows just over 13 million doses have been distributed, and that includes about 2.2 million dosa sent for used to long term care facilities. More than two dozen Colorado counties moved to a lower level on the state's covert 19 risk dial. Today, all counties currently in level red will move toe or in shall raise the capacity limits for restaurants, gyms. And indoor events and allow bars to stay open until 10 P.m., Denver, Adam's Boulder, Douglas Jeffco and Larimer County's are among those that will move down the level Orange Today a Colorado Springs brewery hopeful for that indoor dining as vital to have indoor seating, I mean, Means great. That had the option to sit outside the option that we have the first timer set down. That's battle Mountain brewing company's operations manager Blake Beckstrom uses people have been willing to sit outside during the pandemic, but most people prefer indoor dining. Denver Police are raising a reward for information in a shooting at a strip mall to $10,000. The shooting and the 2900 block of south federal last Monday left a young girl and a man injured. The girl was still in critical condition over the weekend. The man was treated and released. Anybody with info is urged to call Denver police as soon as possible. Ah former Lakewood police chief Ron Burns has died. The department says he passed away on Saturday. He led Lakewood police for six years, starting in 2001. After previously serving in the same role in Tempe, Arizona, He had a career Law enforcement that spanned more than three decades. He was 71 years of age at the time of his passing. He had reportedly been battling cancer group dedicated to investigating reports of Bigfoot sightings in the U. S. Is planning an expedition to try to find the legendary creatures in Colorado. Yeah, the Bigfoot Field researchers organization is planning the trip from July 15th through the 18th. The group has a website that showcases reports of Sasquatch sightings in several states, including get this 120 sightings in Colorado. That is pretty cool. I would like to participate in that and take time off of work to go Do that do that. You have to do that when you see about alien radio signals, all that sort of stuff. 6 19 here on Colorado's morning use coming up. We speak with Congressman Jason Crowe. As the new Congress is ready to sit. We'll ask him some other political questions as well, that in a moment we check.
"beckstrom" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And I'm in charge of that Pretty good. Um anybody's ever eaten your food, You know that we take great pride and ah I used to feed the casinos, and now I get the feed of that's here. So I'm just blessed me and I pass it on in. You know, it's just It's good. It'll be a great time. We'll get to see a lot of vets and and get to meet a lot of people. Like I said, most of our R R. Sponsors will be here. Was something set up services will try and see if my capsule will be here and we'll have Katie will have Probably some of the you know, memorabilia expert will be here. They'll be raffling off some some nice sports either jerseys or baseballs or something. Something I can't good time. Yeah, I can't say how much we've been blessed really? Because We've canceled fundraisers that we've had poured our operation and march. Until now, we've been very fortunate to be able to pay the rent. And the light bill and the phone bill. Yes. Keep us running in the master plan, and he knows our hearts are good. And you know, we have a service are in We want to be in service still about fellow veterans and their families. And if you want to get a hold of the service to serve from the state veterans Office, you can give their super recall it. 0 to 8. Go 2000, and they will either answer the phone or leave a message. And once again, they're They're kind of like us. They don't face to face yet, but they do face to face online and they do by telephone. So you had a lot of opportunities there either through the V T. R C Our through and TVs to go ahead and get some help with any type of claim against government, and that includes the things we just talked about the H A. And as a H And for the holdup is this one? So there's a lot of help out of her, and I'm sure there's probably other organizations out there that will help veterans up. You just need to do some research on your own. And unfortunately due to covert 19 and the vulnerability of people because they're not out there on usually the Internet more if they have Internet and that can create some problems because The people that are out there that are not so good people. How dare to sam you any way they can, and there are some wild Santa's going on, and I don't know if this is a scam or not, but within the past five days I've gotten a phone calls extend my auto warranty. And I told the guy says, Quit calling me that. Well, it must be a different money. So I mean, something more legit. But someone warned, you hear the ones called up that you need to do this before the police come and arrest you because you've made a mistake with your taxes, and you owe us money. Come on. Some of them stick out pretty blatantly as a scam, Social Security office colony and saying We over a do you need to call right away are packed with me. If you get a call like that, like from a bank condom from Wells Fargo Bank, and we had some We have an overdue check for one that wasn't paid. And you need to get this money to the banks Don't normally call you and so is security doesn't go if you need to do is you gotta do it takes little effort on your part you not to call the bank and say, But I have this problem. And if you have caller I d on your phone I would give that number to the bank so that they can after people research it and find out who's using their name to scam people because they're just as interested is getting those people off the spirits as and keeping you is a good customer. Any government agency IRAs, Social security. They did not call you. They come seeyou. They knock on your door, even in Cove it believe me. Hey. And of course, you got to check their idea. Yes, I mean it. It's crazy. You know how safe can you be? It's been said You can't be too safe that that and that includes Having what you need when you need it. Being able to get out of a bad situation when you have to. And we haven't talked a lot about financial planning. But that's something that will bring up his things start over back and more people started getting backto work is putting two money away. For a rainy day, but we just experienced that seven months ago came came and it's still raining. And if he you don't have the money now, I just talked with the gentleman this morning. That offers a service of getting jobs for people lining them up with jobs, and I hope to have him on the show like October 24th. I think, of course, next week is Fred with Fred Day, Fred Day and the following day after that, we have the circuit the what is it? The appellate circuit? Court judge on here with US, So that should be pretty interesting Show, too, And there's this employment service so we have on the weekends. And of course, the following week is the 31st. Yes, Halloween. Well, notice how Nevada Day Nevada. Let's get with it here. So they'll have, but we'll be on. Okay. And speaking of friend, I'm wondering if our friend would like to come if he's still listening, are open house and be available for any of the vets that would like to talk with them. Since they'll be here. So we'll wait to hear from you, Freddy. You're listening. Thank you. Thing and is running down on time. I just want to kind of go over our sponsors here because it looks like a wig and some difficulties with the camera today, so I don't know if the Sponsor list will be in the rolling on that, but I do want to make you aware of two attorneys. We work with that hot with veteran appeals, and that is Travis Barrick, Increase Hauser. They are with galleon, Welker and Beckstrom. The phone number 7028923500. Bob Zentz with his son's Anson sent 7028003190 and chef Baby You brought up memorabilia dot expert What is Katie's number? 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"beckstrom" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast
"The whole album is is is very good, but if I had to pick one I would pick the second strike desire, be desire go. What about you've Lana? tough one, but I think. Bowl darrow time I. really enjoy that one even though I. think that when I revisit this record that might change because I like some other stuff to your Jeremy. Storm was a good track the first track. It's not meant to be the opening track. Excellent stuff immediately takes you back. To this Beatles sound from the famous Beatles period when they released what many people consider arguably their best material sergeant pepper's. Lonely Hearts, club, band and magical mystery tour, so if you like those records, you might find a lot to like here. But be prepared for more modern update it. Sound Yes we always appreciate what bands have that ability to change their sonic to experiment and we'll. We will definitely see it at with the rest of the. We're GONNA to talk about today. when it comes to reading. inner speaker is a well-deserved eight point five for me, and no doubt about it I will definitely go back to Salvador. Beckstrom Lana My rating would be seven point five so really good record. It does have a potential to grow on me, but right now my feeling is that it deserves seven point five. Which means that I recommend it. I think it's. It's a record that. You might want to check out especially if you like. The sound that we just described for you. The this kind of neo sixties Psychedelia if that's your cup of tea. And if you like band that are really invested in creating sonic landscapes, so to say, you may want to check out this record. All right so moving on now to the record called currency. We're skipping loaner ISM. And were jumping straits occurrence released in two thousand fifteen. A different approach different sound as you said lot. It was big in the year when it was released. It features they're. Super Big Song we all know and I think that's my first name. Policy Song ever the Leszno. The less they know, the better so might Were you around in certain venues or clubs when this album was all the rage. quite possibly. To be honest and can't recall hearing it specifically. Would I. Think is okay here. They really changed the sound. So this is not. This kind of neo sixty stuff anymore. Sure you can hear elements of that, too. But here the sound more like the stuff that you hear if you go. To An indie disco, so to say this kind of. Very. GROOVY MUSIC? Dance music in a way drenched melancholy. With these echo eve vocals. Lot of bands that kind of sound like this I think especially, I remember a few years back well, not few years back. It was more like ten years ago I went to Sweden and I went to a club in Stockholm. Was An indie rock club and indie pop in Iraq loud, which was a really cool place. You know like typical hipster place they had. Some kind of old film. Projected on the wall and there's there was a lot of music that that time was very much unknown to me. And a lot of it was very pleasant to listen to. Especially in that setting at night, there was this kind of melancholy to it. This. Yeah this type of very soothing pleasant vocals. And I really enjoyed that, and this is what current remind me off the most now that can be both a good thing and a bad thing, and I'll explain this. First of all when this record starts..
"beckstrom" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To the stop prop cart along with Steve Korea with media network one of our laboratory partners, and we'll be having a member of Team Five foundation in a little bit later on the show with us as you know. In our ruling credits at the end, we always show all of our sponsors. But I want to go ahead and highlight three attorneys that that work with us and also work on. What should I say? That appeals on veterans rating decisions. If you're not happy with it, they will work on it for you and Bye Bye law. They cannot charge you anything for that. But they are Travis Barrick and Chris Hauser. And they're both with Gallien, Welker and Beckstrom and they can be reached at 702895 35 892 It is 3500. And there's also Bob Zentz. And Bob Sense is in business with his son. I guess I can call him a senior partner of Zentz incense because it's him and his son, but I guess he's senior in age. Probably. Is that the best way to put it, But you can get ahold of Bob by calling 7028003190 And once again they work in other facets of the law to Zentz. Incense also works in criminal law. And then galleon Walker and best Beckstrom work in family law. Ah, estate, planning all kinds of other things. You just have to call and ask him what they offer. Ah, whole array of legal services. You just have to reach out and touch and connect with them. I do have some good news for retirees in the Las Vegas area. And veterans that are 100% that Khun go on to Nellis Air Force Base. Last weekend was the first week and I didn't want to say anything then because I don't know how it worked out. But they opened up the base on Saturdays and Sundays to retirees to come in and use the commissary believe the satellite pharmacy will still remain. On ly there for Ah, active duty and people who work on base, but they're still not lifting all the restrictions yet, so it's taking me a little bit difficult to get on base. But we do have the commissary available to us right now, which is is a big help for those that are struggling because of the economic impact of the pandemic on your lives. So that is available to you, and we're going to start first. Before we go to Team five. Start with Steve Korea. Will you've been working on some stuff this week and I also want to get like from me. That doesn't know anything about computers to walk me through what it is to sign in to do a virtual appointment. And then when I get the virtual appointment, what I have to do to see the other person and talk face to face. Of course. Thanks. Thanks for Let me on again. R J. Well, as you know, Media data network. You know, we're a six year old Keycorp here in Las Vegas. Party with you guys several years ago. Ah, not only because I'm a veteran, but we're very veteran friendly company and ah, we helped build. Ah ah Private cloud solution. Out of a data center here in Las Vegas, and we're providing services and solutions for you guys for that time, but when covert 19 hit, you know We, uh, we talked about what can we do now? To be able to continue to support our veterans that need that help? Since we couldn't see him in person anymore, Uh and and as we've noticed over the last few months, the problems of even changed, you know, it's it's mortar. Where the veterans even though they need help with documents, and we've we've got videos online where you could You could watch how to fill out a document our newest platform or video. Telehealth platform is AH is online. Go to VTR. Go to VTR see us or vtr si dot CC and there's three big buttons on the website that says Make an appointment. All you got to do is click that than a calendar will come up, picked the date and time you want that. That'll send us an E mail. You'll get a follow up email at a time that your conference is going to be And then you'll get a 15 minute warning notice. All you have to do is open your e mail. That's all R J. Click on that one e mail link and you're in. Okay, If you're at home on a desktop, you have to have a webcam or a laptop with a webcam are smart grown. That's correct. And you know, that's Ah become a common thing. Everyone's these Webcams air without him Now you can't do anything you can't get. Can't get help from anybody. So if you don't have more if you need some help or something, you know we're sure here to help with that if you can or get get one of your kids, They know what that is happens in just just a minute. So But you're instantly on there. You're probably jump online. There with Eric or one of our ships. Does they'll walk you through that program, walk through what to fill out. But as the focus begins to change, uh, what we realized is, you know, the mental health has become a majority issue that we don't have to deal with here, R J Because As the not only being locked up having to wear masks. You know, we we've had a conversation this morning about very friendly veteran friend of ours. That's that's got some PTSD issues in a mask makes him feel uncomfortable and confronts him and and but he want. He has the right to be in public as well. And it becomes frustrating for those veterans with that, and And being confined as is is just not okay. So we've spent significant time on building this platform focused on mental health. Ah, And what we have at this point is, if if you need to talk to somebody, if you need to get ahold of someone that you're feeling stressed the provides some of that to the veteran services But we're also kind of looking for maybe some local or even some national counselors, coaches. Ah,.
Decentralization Philosophy Part 1 From Buddha to the Conquistadors
"I've been trying to figure out how to talk about this topic for a while because cryptocurrency is this really kind of strange flat structure. That has all of these little hierarchical structures built on top of it and you can take that analogy and you can really really zoom in on it or you can really really zoom out on it as kind of still true really regardless of how you're looking at it and I think a lot of this has to do with just the nature and sort of the oddness oddness of crypto currency and a Bitcoin as a community right as a movement and as technology that also is attached to people getting rich. Sometimes today I WanNa talk about a topic that I've been calling catalysts and CEOS and take a look at what the crypto currency space looks like. Today what it looked like in the past. Ask Talk about some of the different attributes that got us to where we are today. So Toshi said an interesting precedent. They led with their ideas and to a lesser extent their code and the early sparked a was association that contribution catalyzed first Bitcoin and then the crypto currency movement at large those who believed in that vision given an opportunity to get rich in some cases crazy rich rich and that combination of factors lead. I all coins coins than ICO's SAFT'S STO's and I don't think even talked about on the show before and who knows what will come next because clearly the path of innovation that's occurring here is not over at all but it also created what feels like a strange legacy that we're going to explore today as simply put are charismatic leaders who emerge from that flat structure that is the bitcoin protocol more or less dangerous more or less problematic more or less notable than the mark Zuckerberg's the Elon Musk's Jeff bezos. Goes and Steve. Jobs who really lead their movements. There's not that much of a difference between Associate Akimoto and a Jeff bezos except for the way that they fundamentally went about not inciting the change that now has kind of swept the world in one case kind of the e commerce site of and the other case this digital currency cryptocurrency or blockchain bitcoin movement. Or whatever you WANNA call it. Today's conversation is about decentralized catalysts and centralize CEO's the first thing I thought of when you said SA- Toshi contrasted to Jeff bezos. US was the difference. Between a certain personality type blended with introversion versus extroversion an extroverted rated person who is very smart and capable and intelligent and can see the future almost but wants credit and wants to be the face of an organization and is is comfortable in that role. You end up with someone. Like Jeff bezos. WHO's out there? And he's totally comfortable with that even though he retracts heat sometimes but but she didn't want the credit souto she wants to be behind the scenes and gets everything they needed from just being the mastermind. Mind who's kind of silent and letting other people be the face and I think that's really interesting. If you study personality types. Maybe even like the Myers Briggs. Souto Souto she is like your classic. I N T J personality type. They're like the mastermind architect but they don't need the credit and they don't need to be the face. Jeff Bezos as US would be like an E. N. T. J. who's like the CEO and the leader and wants to be the public face. I think that's a really interesting point. But I think that there's another factor here. Maybe okay which is that. Was it a choice. For Satoshi to take the type of catalyst like behind the scenes never revealed role or was that a factor of the not just the disruptive potential but what was being disruptive of course it was a choice. I mean Saito. She clearly thought through the implications of what they were doing carefully but if they really wanted credit they would have justified some way to take the credit and to be public about it. I think you always have a choice. I think another pretty good way to differentiate so Toshi from Jeff bezos is one of them make several hundred million a year contracting with the CIA Eh and the other one was never heard from one someone spoke to the CIA. I don't know who's point that supports but I think the big different factors that there was a legal path for Jeff Bezos to do what he did and even if he was an introvert. It still a good choice for him to do it. If it winds up that he has all the resources and success. I don't think we see that in practice very often where you have a founder. Who Comes in catalyze is a thing and then leaves before it actually becomes successful and their contribution bution isn't largely replaced by what comes after? I don't think it's so cut and dried that. What Jeff Bezos was doing or wanted to do with there was a legal path for him him? I mean he was doing something that nobody had ever done before. What was that avoiding state sales tax? This is another good point. Jeff bezos has been really interested in Star Trek. He wants to create a star trek future and some of the things he's been doing are totally unprecedented. And so it's not as though you can really say. Oh they're definitely legal because there's never been a legal precedent to establish that they are legal. You could say oh well Ijaz doing things that are a gray area or questionable. But he's he's not asking for permission and that's an admirable quality so you're talking about different levels of challenge and so with Jeff Bezos thing and with examples like like Uber. And other things like that. You are talking about companies that are doing very disruptive things but the question is who are they disrupting and in both of those situations the person or the entity. That's it's being disrupted their state governments and so if you're like a national company and you have presence in many many states that actually gives you the ability to play a bit of a game there. The thing that Uber did is kind of the reverse of what happened with napster. Napster was a decentralized network for file sharing then hit a bunch of national and even global organizations that suited everywhere but it was ultimately fighting these national or global organizations whereas Uber. They weren't fighting any global or national organizations they were fighting lots and lots and lots of little regional monopolies and it's to a lesser extent. Sure about Amazon to every state where they weren't collecting sales tax. Well that was an individual a fight so it's not like they had a problem with the United States. They had a problem with each individual state. Look at what's happened with projects in the lead up to the invention of Bitcoin and all of those centralized charlize alternatives. They were competing with the federal government for fundamentally monopolized right in the right to issue currency and control sort of the dynamics of the money that we all use news. And that's a place where it seems like you couldn't have done this as a CEO because people tried that and they basically all wound up getting arrested or getting all their assets season in many cases giving customers assets assets seized two so as we can see. There are definitely reasons why people do decentralized and centralized organizations whether it's from personal reasons just because they don't want the credit in some cases or in some cases because having the credit is dangerous and on the other hand the advantages of taking on that leadership role. Well the thing about a flat structure is that it's a flat unstructured. So even if you're on top of it still major basically at the same level as everybody else but organizations you know. Companies these are hierarchies for the most part and so if you have that role at the top of that structure well. It's a lot higher than you'd be if you were at the top of a flat structure. All of this comes back to one of my favorite books. It's really short and highly recommended. Did starfish and the spider by Rod Beckstrom Ori Brachman. I read it actually before I became interested in Bitcoin and it was really kind of formation book for me. We've talked about on the show before but it's been like five five years so I figured it wasn't a bad topic to bring up again. The subtitle of the book is the unstoppable power of leaderless organizations. And if you're a fan of decentralized technologies but I've never read it I cannot recommended amended highly enough quoting from the book. A spider is a creature with eight legs coming out of its central body. It has this tiny head and usually eight is. If you chop off the spider's headed headed dies and that's exactly what happens with centralized organization a centralized organization has a clear leader. WHO's in charge? And there's a specific place where decisions are made if you get rid of the leader. You paralyzed realized the organization now. This contrasts with a decentralized organization. which is a fundamentally different animal? It's actually a starfish. At first glance at starfish looked similar to a spider appearance but the starfish is decentralized. starfish doesn't have ahead. The major organs are actually replicated through each and every arm and in reality. starfish is a neural network work. Basically a network of cells instead of having a head like a spider the starfish functions as decentralized network and you can even in nature see situations where a starfish fish has been wounded and for example in arm or even several arms have come off what tends to happen is that actually both pieces will then grow into a complete starfish and it's another another method that they can reproduce. You might say that that's inefficient from a biological perspective to duplicate or pent-up locate editor. How you even and say that word but to make five copies of all of your major orders and neural tissue? GAFFER's them this great advantage of being able to regenerate just from from a small piece it means that while starfish might not have perhaps some of the advantages that a spider does it also isn't vulnerable in the same way. That spider is to damage to you. Know very small parts of it because again it's just not centralized we're GonNa talk about this concept in a different way a little bit later. But what other comparisons do you like besides this kind of starfish in spider for decentralized and centralized organizations and kind of broader question that I wanna come to his how many companies do we actually think or how many any projects do we actually think like rough. ballpark percentage in crypto actually are starfish versus. How many might be using a network that is a starfish but in reality the are themselves
"beckstrom" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I don't know this. I think that a w was like dude. Get rid of that tweet. We got something here but it was too late so <hes> has been recovered. The tallahassee police claimed that a quote good samaritan showed up with the belt that they had quote found on the side of the road. God okay so anyway jericho's video. Is it almost a half million views. This is the one where he was in the hot tab. Where he was talking about how he's gonna start the worldwide investigation his second video after the bell had been recovered also now at nearly a half million views almost a million million views for these two videos. Jericho has gotten over the missing belt. He's gotten over the bubbly. He's selling t shirts at repeatable. U._t.'s pro wrestling t._v.'s hottest selling shirt that they've had all month. It was the most requested shirt they ever had. This is all off something that really happen happen where they had to just find a way to make something good out of something bad that really happened. Let's contrast that and i hate to do this but vince decided that he was going to do a whodunit storyline with roman reigns. He's got roman reigns. He's got daniel bryan. He's got rohan. They fricken found a fake rohan. They've got they've got to five hours a first run television to tell this story on the u._s._a. Network they they can do literally whatever they want. They can smash into cars they can they can drop things off forklifts. They've got. I don't wanna say unlimited. It'd money but trust me. They got a they got nothing. Resembling the budget that chris jericho had for this story and look at what they came up with. They can do whatever they want. They have full control over the storyline. They've made it up from the get-go. Not one thing it quote wrong. I mean the whole thing went wrong but like nothing went wrong like the belt really got stolen and that's what they came up with. My point is one of the most interesting things about the wednesday night wars and a w. I do not know. I have no idea you would a._w._s. Going to do for two hours every wednesday night. I don't know what their plan is clearly. They've got a plan but one of the major differences between ron smackdown is raj has had this giant shakeup of the writing crew for those of you that don't know they got got rid of ryan ward who had been working on smackdown and by the way for those of you that love the glory days of annex t that was ryan ward. They got rid of him and they've moved ed kaczynski to smackdown. Ed kaczynski is going to be working with eric bischoff. Who's doing virtually nothing by the way jonathan beckstrom who had been doing due to a five live..
"beckstrom" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Vegas, eight hundred four one four one zero five six now, we've got to mention somebody earlier to and we're going through the list here. And the there's been a, you know, a lot of guys step up beyond to. Of course, Bob helps. You know, what the veterans appeals, and such but Travis Barrick and a gallium Walker in beckstrom a couple of doors down that handle the veterans court appeals as well. And you know, we we want you to understand, of course, you know, we're we're trying to be that one start shop. Yeah. We have all the collectively being the hub here and tying in all the wonderful. Veterans associations national chapters that are right here with the VA VFW DAV American Legion military order, the purple heart. So we want you all really get a better understanding of a common denominator the more. We can better assist you right here at the veterans transition resource enter you can come on in twenty nine fifty five eighty sunset road suite one hundred in Las Vegas, eight nine one two oh, come on. And give us a call seven two nine five four sixty three hundred would be more than happy to direct you to a proper veteran. Advocate, direct you to anyone. One of the amazing companies and organizations that we work with that are all about the betterment of the veteran community here in their family. You know, direct you to cut a bell kitchen floors. Let's website. Check it out at kettle bell kitchen dot com. Oh, we cut that down a little bit.
"beckstrom" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Bunk fake claim. It'd been research is overwhelming series. No link between vaccines, their additives and autism autism is a bio Wasi fleet Janette. Pat, beckstrom of this order is no one thing hall on. Our message is useful idiots on the left or not help the useful. If he hits on whether it's on Trump, Russia or vaccines back kids keeping weight for money right back team. They lie. Yeah. You know as Lewis as they we believe in God, God gave us scientists. Right. Exactly. Exactly. Who she did speaking of our health? Yeah. Bob Bill Barr. Yesterday. Also suggested the department of Justice may lose a court battle that aims to overturn the Affordable Care Act. I loved it. They're just like laughing playing rushing let our healthcare like and again, just smog Representative Matt Cartwright democrat of Pennsylvania as bar if he had a plan for the millions of people who will be without insurance. He's an attorney general bar. You're not a health policy care policy expert, but your department is taking the lead on tempting a massive overhaul of our American healthcare system. Have you conducted a reviewed an analysis to evaluate the effects of DOJ's litigation position overturn the the effects on consumer cost and coverage have have you done that analysis or reviewed one barges said, well, we try to answer based on the law. And so he's so the answer's no. No. And here's the thing. I can imagine that you would take that kind of dramatic drastic action without even trying to evaluate the consequences for American consumers, and smartest goes, we'll do you think it's likely. We're going to prevail. Meaning like, oh, we're just betting we're going to lose this wa-. But I'm just doing it because I'm stooge that was ordered to buy mango Mussalini bar said if you're saying if you think it's such an outrageous position you have nothing to worry about let the courts do their job. I mean, the fact that they just can be so smug about the people that are terrified they're gonna lose their insurance. Because okay. All right Bill in Clifton, New Jersey. Hello. One. Last thing we're learning the vaccine,.
"beckstrom" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Matt cook says state lawmakers are looking at the idea. Beckstrom news is reporting that Sunday booze sales by the bottle would be part of an overhaul of the state's ABC stores. Not only would they be able to sell liquor on Sundays. They could also take special orders in host tastings. Backers of the proposal say modernizing the law is good business. Opponents say not having access on Sunday remains a sound idea. They're joined by just over half. In a recent Elon university poll that prefer ABC stores remain closed on Sundays just over a third. Want them open? The rest are on certain. I'm map cook close. Call in. Lexington. That's where police say a car passed a stopped school bus Monday afternoon as it was unloading kids with red lights, flashing FOX. Eight says the car hit a mailbox and brushed a kid's backpack before crashing into ditch. Thirty year old Tiffany laprud has been charged. No injuries to the child. Many working. Parents in Wake County are not happy that the school board is shifting classroom. Start times as much as forty five minutes in some elementary and middle schools. They say that's causing stress over their family schedules. But the board says it has no choice the bus ride. The bell schedules are challenges that are reality that we have to face because of limited Resources Board president Dr Jim Martin tells ABC eleven they're trying to accommodate four new schools in the fall with a limited number of buses. The district is hoping to get five million dollars for bus repairs from the county since the status cut those funds. Axe throwing continues to grow in popularity spectrum. News says the axe club of America will open a new location in Winston Salem. You'll be able to enjoy adult beverages while throwing axes at targets fourteen feet away in lanes that are fenced in. There are other locations in Greensboro, Durham and Raleigh. I'm rob Stadler..
"beckstrom" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That music may be a little too buoyant for the show accepted. It is a ultimately story of survival and redemption Bianca is the subject of in deep our survived gangs heroin prison. Become a Chicago violence erupted written with Linda beckstrom, it is one of the most compelling books that I can remember reading it is a story that will be familiar to anybody who has ever known anybody who has fallen prey even for minute. Even if your kid wants smoked marijuana and leave me alone dead and didn't fall into the incredibly deep hole that Bianca did. And it was a deep hole involved. Thirty six years of addiction. Roughly a dozen years in jail. And many years in places worse than jail living on the streets. You have to be not just tough. You have to be shrewd. You have to be sly. What else do you have to be beyond hands? Yeah. Yeah. I think I learned at a. I don't know. Now that in my new life. I. Understand better about behavior, and I understand about trauma, and clearly I was traumatized at the age of four when I was molested by an adult and. Not no in my family. But a babysitter and. And then at five and my mom lives. Even though we my mom came back eventually, and I spent every weekend with her, and she remarried, and I have my sister, Gina, and my brother, rich and Joe. Those are her three children my half said lanes. And so everything was okay. In the end. And then my father remarried to my wonderful stepmother, Pat and had one more one more child a son, Michael. And so but in the in the beginning, it was just me. And my sister creek. Anyway. And so now looking back yet, clearly I had some type of trauma rival, we didn't know about all that stuff in the sixties. Right. We'll also head and I get the sense in the book. I mean living in St. is vaguely trauma. I mean that is. Yeah. You're in some kind of is our world where you really don't know what to expect were you? I assume are always always on edge watched. Yeah. Yeah. Of course, I you know, like, I think I just it became minority. And I just kind of went with it. And I just didn't know that I could change I figured that's my life. Did you figure you have to figure at some point? You were gonna die. Oh, I know. I I didn't even care if I did. So like so just to be clear like in the beginning for very long time. I mean, I still even all lake problems in arise. Please and gang. Banging and all that stuff. But I still was having fun. Right. So so, but then it, but in the end you end up alone homeless with nothing hour by hour. Just what your friend told you like towards the end if I was sober up a little bit. I would start to remember a vision or a memory of my grandmother, my family or or my kid or the guilt. The guilt was too much for me to bear that how could you walk out like on your children, you know, what like horrible horrible game. So I would try to get as high as I possibly could. Because I just couldn't I didn't know that. Well, Linda, you do you do an amazing job of dealing with that you get out of prison at one point. And you go to safe haven. I remember I remember when Nellie started safe haven, and it's an amazing place. The first time you got out. It's like boom back. Yeah. Yeah. You know what I mean? Hopefully, it's changing, and I do try to work and be the voice of policy change, I work closely with a lot of legislators, they asked my opinion or just hustle by whatever to try to make things better. But I like to see, you know, prison reform as far as like more programs, and I know there's a lot of people out there that are going to say oh programs. We have twenty programs, but you know, what what do, you know? Like, you got a choice here. Right. You got somebody getting out of prison. You could say, you know, what me president. We don't care. It's your problem figure it out. Look, you know, going to be a criminal, you know, better than most. I my theory about prisons is they're they're racially motivated where hoses..
"beckstrom" Discussed on Fashion Hags
"We'll know there's I mean on every every step every there's been some sort of everything if you read the books long African million examples wearing a via cells smoking jacket that is a huge active rebellion active rebellion, which is hard to see in our context now because now that's like standard normal. But at the time, it was a big deal. Women didn't wear players. Players was not part of the norm. So that was a big deal. We're just getting used to wearing pants and public when pan. What would it only been wearing pants for like twenty years, you know, and only at home, usually like. The workplace in the guard. You know, socially or anything. I was trying to find examples of things people who are being really rebellious with their fashion nowadays. And it didn't even occur to me that the drag stuff. What of course, I know that came to me last night. Oh, yeah. Offering feathers and fighting against gender norms geographical locations like fi like a money money financial levels and accessibility and stuff like that. I'm trying to make it work. There's some drag. We do have designers giving them close, and there's drag we'd make him shit outta garbage and are equally accomplished, and it'd be less, and you know. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Equally fishy. God is there twice if that's what they're going for? So I was thinking of it just this is a topical now because it just happened near fashion week just happened. The most recent chrome show, I don't know it corvette is a brand of bathing suits, mostly. She does other things forget Becca. Forget her love them Clarin Chan bucket. Forget a day. Zipper lady, a fuller answer your up, but her brand crew. Matt is like really bright weird bathing, suits and cover-ups, and you know, kind of leisure sort of stuff, and we all the shit that happened with Victoria secret show that happened at the last year, she had people from all over the gender spectrum all over the physical form beckstrom all over the color spectrum the gender spent like every like they had people from literally every walk of life walking this runway. And it was like the biggest Bach you to the Victoria's Secret way. Of thinking and organizing show. I did see this. And it was Sony's. I watched so many videos read so much about it. It was just awesome. And they got some really cool people who aren't models to come and take part in the show and to get the word out. Like, it's also a great marketing tool to not have models in your show people who are influencers Instagram stars and YouTube stars and people who have the audio scenes at your show. And yes, upping your engagement engagement over your interest reaching audiences. You don't have like I don't wanna chrome up aiding suit. It's not my style. I would never wear one in a million years. I will be watching. I will be watching every chrome show and talking about it. You would wear hot pink shoplift, high waisted bikinis situation in new in this just push on on it those Heidi. Guys. I'm sorry. But I was really excited to see it. And it was such everyone involved. Just look so happy also a bit of a fashion rebellion when everything is so serious. On the runway. Yes, I'm having fun and like actually like moving to the music like engaging with the audience and the photographers and therefore the people looking at these images and watching these videos me at home in my pants. But it was it was it was like the biggest buck you ever. It was great. But it was a happy. Fuck you. We're billion doesn't always have to be serious angry. I was really excited to see it and Leighton at Leighton, my heart. If you aren't following chrome. I just looked up there and Sergei I'm in. It's like it's very refreshing. Yes. That's that's the word..
"beckstrom" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Two four six eight ten feed two two four six eight ten the opinions of the host Saad. Katie went are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station, its management, or Beasley Media Group. Welcome to veterans talk about RJ go along with Travis berry Taylor and Gobi in the background. I just want to say again do how do. Last Saturday was very busy. We had a lot of things to talk about as we were at the Nevada legislative summit. So we didn't get to announce all of our sponsors. And thank the people who keep us on the air, especially since one is sitting right next to me. That would be Travis Berek with Gallion Welker and beckstrom. How you doing today? Travis goya. And his other co heart and crime and working on veterans appeals as Bob sets. And we also have boulder and Finley Cadillac, and then if you go online and want to get some really cool stuff, FOX outdoor dot com, and you can use the coupon code the RC four zero and get a forty percent discount. We have a couple other sponsors that we just brought on board pita, the professional institute of technology and accounting amethyst health, and we have one within vet coming up, and that would be memorabilia dot expert, and they're going to have an event on the twenty seventh of January. So that's what's going on. Now. We'll get into the meat of the show and go be taken away introduced be Taylor. Absolutely. We've got a very special guest with us today and be Taylor. If you don't already know he's been hitting number right now is the number one billboard billboard chart. Charting artist and producer bestselling author top one hundred most influential veterans of an all business in the US, a global ambassador an advocate of entertainment for the US military base supports active duty veterans first responders and their families also with operation one life be Taylor. Hey gobi. How you guys doing? Thanks for having me. Thanks for having me. Very excited about today in particular, not only is the sun out. Finally, it seems like we've had four or five days of cloud cover even is driving the sexy little vehicle over there. We're very excited, of course, the VA legislative seven last week if you caught that we had an amazing time we had both cat and Fred there from the VS. And the other gentlemen, would the was it the council the veterans legislative council. Right. Right. And that was exciting. So.
"beckstrom" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Yes. All right. And let's talk about a cover the backstreet, boys. They have a new song coming out tomorrow. But they're over the BBC radio one. They covered black street. No diggity. Beckstrom? Trump. Maybe baby gets you win. You work. There you go. Good sound. Thank you. Good. So people are already lining up with their positive stereotypes. My music scary. Here's my favorite one of. Where lesbians and we play excellent softball. This is weird. I'm Jamaican, but I don't smoke weed so not living I can fix things. I'm a Latino too big. Booting? I love it. I got phone calls coming in. Due to. Hello. Ashley. Hello shortly. All right. So it's all about positive stereotypes. You're a what? And you what? Go. I may let the end, and so is my girlfriend, obviously. And we they wonderful softball. There you go. Thank you, actually, you and your girlfriend a beautiful day. We'll see you on the field or the diamond. What do you call it feel home Lilly? How's it going lily? Good morning. We're doing well. Positive stereotypes only, please go ahead. No, okay. Well, that's a good one to try line five. Hello, jennifer. Hi, Jennifer, what your positive stereotype? I'm Hispanic, and I'm really good at cleaning clean. You're you're Stanic, and you're cleaning. All right. Thank you. See I'm I'm thirty. Oh sonya. Good morning. Good morning. What's your your positive stereotype? I'm awesome, Hispanic more. Specifically, I'm Cuban, and I'm really really loud really loud, which helps when your daughter's cheerleader because as you can tell I have forty girl Wli guys, I screamed on Saturday, and it was just a five of us. And we win the spirit or allowed to your thinking. Because of your Cuban stereotype being allowed major win the game. So it's a positive. I don't even have a belief of particle voice. All right. Thank you. Let's go talk to Lisa Lisa. Hi, what is your stereotype positive stereotype leave? I am a Jewish mother. I end the best warrior in the entire world. So you'll worry about things for other people to like, you'll ask me what's wrong with my life. Then you'll worry about please, my my famous, please bring your kepi late on my chest. I'll make it feel better. He wrote daddy's kepi. All right. Thank you. Don't mess with my them. Hello cole. How are you? Nicole? Yeah. Turnout, turn on the radio. K can you hear me? Coleman. Hi, nicole. Who are you? What's your positive stereotype, Nicole on from San island, and I'm a white girl? And I love fall. Yeah. You. You're white girl. He looked pumpkin spice. The law Spice Girl. Thank you very much. Thanks for listening. Hello joy. Joy, what is your? What is your positive stereotypes something that pays off for you? Eight hundred I love math. And I love rice you love..
"beckstrom" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"So it's always by like the dollar island, the target should get more respect. Yes. So tell me their love story on the dramatic. Storytime this. This is how much of it I can remember from what she told us when she started dating him, she sank. Well. We met on Tinder, and he came over and he was swearing jogging pants. And he had this like huge Boehner and his jogging pants ten. Here grab with a bone. In jogging paths with a boater, and they've been together ever since. Modern love God. That is some food court. Love right there. Really. Wow, that both like scintillating and also deeply depressing. That is some Glendale Galleria, food court, Sabar Leverett there. I love to have the like this season on shot of sunset, and then it showed her at her wedding like tripping and falling on a dog. And I was like, okay, I'm in. It had me every beat of that preview. I was like, yes, yes, yes, women, I passed away. She put it in the freezer because she wasn't ready to let go. I mean, that's where we're at. That's what you do. I have one. My cats at our once at my mom's cats. One of them died in the cats at our put her in the freezer. I feel for you trusting those, I feel for you. So basically just packing and cheap destiny is at the store and they're like, sixteen ninety five for these ski pants. And she's like, no, I on the people's couch, Kate, I come from people's couch money. Do you have anything for ten dollars. Was it sixteen ninety? Five lakes, sixteen dollars? I thought it was like sixteen hundred dollars. Do people pay that for ski pants? I don't know. Like I think ski quiz are expensive. Sometimes it's the Shah's I thought they were glamorous and they were shopping only. I think that you have been hoodwinked. It sounds like it because I don't think anybody's very rich, but they always talk about how rich they are, but I think it's like Taylor Armstrong, rich as opposed to a dreamily Fritsch. Okay. I love at timing very easily full. I am too, like I believe everything. So then we see adamant Raza over at their condo at Raza's condo, resolute loves Chevron. That's what you need to know about him Chevron, the Chevron pattern. Yeah, Adam lives free balling. He loves people who don't wear underwear like, that's his turn on. The end Itami. Yes, it was the reason they're always nice to tell me. Resumes also the when he tries to ruin someone's life every year. Okay. Who did Hebron whose life has he ruined previously? Well, go last well last year was also guys why she's not on the show anymore. He liked turned against us and not on the show anymore. Never she? They showed her in the beginning. So I think she's going to be a friend of like, probably she went seen knowing her. It'll be like we're gonna shoot the scene into my store, babe Kaftan store like she opened a Kaftan business and had a baby. Okay. She had a bastard baby. I saw those clips. Great. Germaine Jackson is her guy now, and he refuses to be on the show. So they only so the back of his head and pictures and stuff. You part of the Jackson family? Yeah. Did it, right? Yeah. I mean, they went to Beverly Hills high together, which is how everybody on this show knows each other. Okay. So that's his backstory way before going. Nessa was MJ. He turned on 'em j. one year and he turned on lily one of his other friends, and he doesn't just turn on them. He like really just digs and tries to ruin them like he's nasty, toxic, toxic, gay? Yes, he's the toxic just human being. But yes, especially for the gays amongst the gays, gay deduct city and the gay life. I in the gay personality. What would you call it? Like beckstrom. Yes, spectrum. Thank you. Can't be high anyway for still getting pass a lot of traumas, everybody. Okay. And I'm not saying everybody, but we all know drew his is off the charts. Yeah, because didn't he?.
"beckstrom" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Every ten years. You save it on gasoline though. That's, but anyway, the way they what's going to happen as everybody unbundled from that, then they buy the skinny bundle from direct TV which I have direct TV now, which was amazing, isn't what apple doing the if you look at the, they have that central TV. That's the default homepage. All of the services are in their courage you to buy those through apple by the way, and that's where they put other stuff there and really ineffective becoming your cable provider. But all over the top in by from anywhere you want all over the top. If you buy HBO directly from their website, where I buy, I buy the NBA league pastor record from the NBA. I can log it on apple TV now. So it makes it like you feel more in control with the seventieth subscriptions. I believe everybody will have seven or eight subscriptions, not one or two, and you'll just all card. And it will make those providers more honest because they'll be hard working for their money because they're not bundled and getting say for HBO they better give you the results. You're gonna cancel next month. If game of thrones wraps up. And new done. You don't like anything pause, and I'll come back if you do game of thrones and it's easy. Apple gives you an easy way to manage your subscriptions. Move it up a little bit, but it's still there. They're all there and you can, you know, suspend them. It's not. You don't have to go to Australia age and find in there. So loathsome the Wall Street Journal meek, you call them on the phone to unsubscribe. A lot of companies do that, and I was like the scribe on like. So you can take my credit card online and that's not a security threat, but be stopping, hang, that's not a security threat. It's just so annoying. So what are cable companies going to do? Because they don't wanna be internet service providers. That's what they're going to do. That's true. And that's why they're all going to be charging you for these, you know, upgraded services and they'll try to bundle like you were talking about early on the tech guy. You know. Beckstrom is reselling variety services spectrum phone service extending has its own phone services based on its wifi access points, which is probably not very good. You probably heard this story spectrum is getting kicked out of New York state. Really a love it. I li- I just I celebrate it because they did exactly what everybody every other company like them does in these circumstances. They promised a bunch of stuff in order to get the deal and they didn't live on those things which. Never to never plant, none of them do, but then New York somehow. For some reason, they did the right thing and they're like, okay, didn't do it government thinking in the best interest of citizens Time Warner the the Time Warner charter merger in New York happened in two thousand sixteen as a contingency on that near St. says, all right, but you have to provide high speed internet in underserved rural areas. You're going to make so much money on Manhattan that you can afford to do this. This is our price, Albany. Yeah, they agreed to do it, but they didn't do it. They said, there's in their statement. They said, well, wait a minute. We provided our weeks, tended the reach of our broadband network to more than eighty six thousand new homes and businesses, but they had agreed to at least one hundred forty five thousand. So they're even admitting they didn't do what they said they were going to do now. Here's the thing. I don't think they care because to you want to be the legislator of the regulator who cut off internet access and television access for millions.
"beckstrom" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Or if you are own internet business dots beckstrom dot com log on get yourself some good in knit now you gotta take some trips like you said internet travis espn la more it travis espn l a gary payton is gonna join us in studio about one hour right now so of cvs anymore breaking news who dairy yeah boy i hope he don't backpedal that because i know gary say de for real reasons and that's how they're going to happen eighty percent i hear eighty percent or downgrading well not mossos is not gary payton source because i'm not gary payton my kids you know not in that world and blah blah blah but i think airy was on some i do too yeah look it was that piece added with scotty pippin on the jump the next day kid and he went i can't really confirm any of that yeah like no man right or it was yeah i can't really say it but yeah felt like yeah i mean i just i can wrap my head around it already but i just can't wait to everyone else in unison can do the same i think everybody's gotten there no i think the the people that have allowed themselves to start thinking about it they realize how big of a party that's going to be when that goes down okay so that little faction of people say is not gonna happen often want them oh i think they're hedging i don't think they wanna be disappointed not gonna get it she's not going to say whatever it is telling yourself and it is going to join a tamp down a little bit disappointed i love that that's what you come back line to oh man she wouldn't even cute like like you back tom brady he's talking more than he ever has before yeah and there's more noise around him and bill check in craft and the team than there ever has before is one of anything to do with the other or just getting that point now where it's i'm forty one years old my win the super bowl was it five times i i've been there eight you know what i don't have to worry about stepping on any toes gonna tell you what i think there's some of that i.
"beckstrom" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Was more of a commitment marriage or a baby mama pregnancy and you learn that later was more of a commitment it's not marriage yeah it's you gotta tell y'all for life yeah you get married y'all could disappear on each other dishonest paperwork and good face and it's crazy like they committed to him like they were like oh we really want to be with you and then they started to realize we didn't know what we just signed up for they signed up for the greater commitment and it was not the same they're stuck right now i want to go back to to paul and lebron and why chris paul hasn't made the phone call to lebron and get me on your program because they came in at the same time or the same draft in the same they're the same age roughly and one is ever been hurt and the other one is always hurt we'll do that next marcellus and travis espn la hey small business owners out there y'all trapped in expensive internet and phone contract well that's bad for business you know what's good for business beckstrom business because they'll buy out your existing contract up to five hundred dollars eight six six seven five zero nine seven two six that's the number to spectrum business your business will get faster one hundred mig internet for only forty four ninety nine per month also reliable business phone services for just twenty nine per month with no contracts spectrum business also says no added taxes no hidden fees so here's the number for you say it please eight six six five zero nine seven two six get out the contract start saving some money and you get faster internet and reliable business phone service hooked me up wasn't number eight six six five zero nine seven two six eight again.