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Dozens Dead, Several Injured in Stampede at Israeli Festival
"People have been killed in a stampede in northern Israel. CBS News correspondent Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem. More than 100,000 people attended an annual religious event in northern Israel. But when they headed for the exit disaster struck dozens of People who crowded into a narrow passageway were trampled to death in a stampede. It was one of the deadliest civilian disasters in Israel's history. Robert Berger, CBS NEWS Jerusalem Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called this a great tragedy and says he's praying for the victims
What’s considered ‘high’ blood pressure may be different for women and men, new research reveals
"You may be used to hearing that a so called normal blood pressure is lower than 1 20/80. But a new study looking at 30 years of data show Those that may not be the case for women really have to look at men and women differently. Dr. Rachel Burger is a cardiologists, with Virginia Heart talking about findings from the Smith Heart Institute at Cedars Sinai while men had a correlation. Between high blood pressure and heart disease at a higher number, like 1, 20 or 1, 40 women had increased risk of heart disease, even with the blood pressure is low is 100 or 110. Berger says. Women What you need to do is know your numbers, knowing what your blood pressure is. And speaking to your physician and finding out if that's inappropriate blood pressure for you for seeking w T o P news.
95-year-old Tennessee man who was Nazi guard gets deported to Germany
"A 95 year old former Nazi concentration camp guard was deported from the United States and is now in his native Germany, where he's being held by police for questioning. I'm Julie Walker, a 95 year old former Nazi concentration camp guard was deported from the United States and is now in his native Germany, where he's being held by police. Frederick called. Berger arrived Saturday, according to German authorities. Until then, he'd been living in Tennessee. The U. S Justice Department says Berger admitted to being a guarded a Nazi concentration sub camp and is still receiving a pension for his work. In recent years. German prosecutors have successfully argued that by helping a death camp or concentration camp function Guards can be found guilty of accessory to murder. The Justice Department says Burger is the 70 ith Nazi persecutor removed from the United States. I'm Julie Walker.
US deports former Nazi concentration camp guard to Germany
"I'm Julie Walker a ninety five year old former **** concentration camp guard was deported from the United States and is now in his native Germany where he's being held by police Frederick call burger arrived Saturday according to German authorities until then he'd been living in Tennessee the US justice department says Berger admitted to being a guard at a **** concentration subcamp and is still receiving a pension for his work in recent years German prosecutors have successfully argued that by helping a death camp or concentration camp function guards can be found guilty of accessory to murder the justice department says Berger is the seventieth **** persecutors removed from the United States I'm Julie Walker
Ex-Nazi concentration camp guard living in Tennessee deported to Germany
"Police have custody of a man with ties to the Holocaust, sent back from the U. S. After living here for more than 60 years. Former Nazi concentration Camp guard was deported to Germany after living in the United States since 1959 Friedrich Karl Berger is now 95. He's being held by police. In Frankfurt,
U.S. Deports Nazi Concentration Camp Guard To Germany
"Former Nazi concentration camp guard who had been living in Tennessee is being deported back to Germany. 95 year old Fredrik Carl Burger would be deported after finding he helped Nazi sponsored persecution. Investigators found Burger was an armed guard in the new ngam concentration camp, Berger told The Washington Post. He had been 19 at the time and was forced to work at the camp. He said After 75 years you're forcing me out of my home.
The Articles of Impeachment against Trump Is About To Be Implemented
"Are underway in Washington right now to impeach the President. President Trump's phone call the Georgia secretary State could be part of impeachment evidence. The impeachment push make it a boost from secretary of State Grand Rapids Burger, who believes the president was trying to intimidate him in the call. I think it was obviously a veiled threat, maybe a direct threat. Speaking to CBS 60 minutes. Rapids. Berger says he showed courage by not backing down Georgia voting implementation manager gave Sterling has asked what it's like to push back against the president of the United States. Just like having a shovel in your hand and tried empty the ocean Rapids burgers name is specifically mentioned in the initial draft of the impeachment articles.
Democrats take control of US Senate
"Forgiven if you don't remember it now. But the week began with the revelation that trump had called georgia's secretary state and pressured him over an hour to just recalculate the presidential vote in his favor to find the votes. Just one more than the margin to flip the state and on tuesday we had the georgia senate runoff which resulted in the improbable. Victories by democrat. Jon ossoff n raphael warnock today. Republican produce actually conceded the closer those two races and congratulated also on his. The two wins in georgia. Mean that senator mitch. Mcconnell will lose his job as majority leader because the senate will be split fifty fifty an incoming president kamala harris will hold the tiebreaker. So that's a bummer. For mitch. now there's a pretty urging question given the possibility of a second impeachment trial and generally about the agenda for the biden administration confirming cabinet members as well of when warnock ossoff. We'll be seated. After all the point of impeaching. The president isn't just impeachment. Second time to get him out of office requires two thirds of the senate to vote to convict which is tall order. Dangle thinks they wouldn't even take it up but two democratic senators were certainly helped the cause georgia counties until january fifteenth. One week from today to certify the election results after that the sector state. Brad robbins burger has another week until the twenty second to certify statewide and then finally the two incoming democratic centers can be sworn it now robbins. Berger says he's aiming to have the certified by joe biden's inauguration on january twentieth. That's no short thing. No matter what happens. Democrats will not have the senate majority in the senate until after the inauguration because again the vice president holds a tiebreaker. For what it's worth. If mike pence somehow becomes president in the next days he gets to choose new. Vp that spot does not automatically go to nancy. Pelosi or anyone else now. House democrats are looking to vote on articles of impeachment next week. If they passed by majority they would then good senate remember. Trump's last senate impeachment. Trial lasted four weeks so it seems unlikely we would see a senate vote anyway before january twentieth. There is a twist here. Which is that trump could potentially still be. Impeached leaves office. There's some legal debate on that question. Impeachment conviction doesn't just remove a president could also bar him from holding office in the future. What duke reports. Democrats believe that possibility could senate republicans some of whom are eyeing a twenty twenty four bid themselves matter what happens. The reality is that as bad as the week has been for the country and it's been one of the worst i've seen. We lost another almost four thousand people to the coronavirus. Today it's also been a disastrous week for the republican party. The dust clears democrats are about to take full control. The government house senate presidency and they have their work cut out for them
It’s Over: President Trump’s Legal Team Dismisses Georgia Election Contests
"Dropping four election lawsuits they filed against Georgia's secretary of state. We have the update now from Sarah Bartlett, secretary Broad Rapids. Berger says Trump's team voluntarily dismissed their election contests to avoid submitting their evidence to court. He said the president's legal team is falsely characterizing the dismissal as an out of court settlement agreement. Happens. Berger added that the Trump campaign wisely decided to dismiss their frivolous cases. Sarah
Trump uses Georgia rally to pressure GOP on Electoral College challenge
"Given 80 minutes speeches I reported last night in Georgia. I thought it was pretty effective in rallying Republicans. Do you disagree? I think Donald Trump has reached what we call market saturation. And that means you have so many individuals who have made up their mind not only about President Trump But also about everyone else. The last poll credible poll that came out about undecided voters had Georgia undecided voters who are likely to vote in the runoff at 3%. You have a very small margin here to actually influence but When an election is closed. 3% is the difference between night and day. I don't think he moved the needle. I think people were going to vote for Senator Leffler as well. A senator for do are still going to vote for them. I'm not sure he's actually increasing the vote Total and the phone call to a light Republican. Rapids. Berger and his dissension with a light Republican governor Brian Kip has not helped the Georgia Republican voter make their minds up any quicker. But that's that's for
Trump warns Cotton after senator says he won't object to Biden certification
"Official indicates he was pressured into taking a call with President Trump and once on the call, there was more pressure for him to find votes to overturn the election results in the state. Georgia Secretary of state Brad Rapids. Burger talked about that phone call with a B C's Good Morning America. I never believed it was appropriate to speak to the president, but he pushed out. I guess he had a staff push us. They wanted to call the challenge that we have. First of all, we're not litigation mode with the president's team against the state of Georgia, and so I just preferred not to talk to someone number and dedication. We let the lawyers family During the one hour call, President Trump floated a number of what Raph Ensberg characterized as debunked. Conspiracy theories. Ravan's Berger says he did most of the talking. We did most of the listening, and he added that the president's data is just plain wrong. Ravan's burger is a Republican. Then, he says local prosecutors are now interested in reviewing that call with the president. Meantime,
Trump Pressures Georgia Official to 'Find' Votes, Claims Crime Committed in Atlanta
"Secretary of State, Ben Reference, Berger. President Trump claims the vote Total in Georgia was wrong. We believe what we didn't have an accident election. No, No, you don't. No, no. You know you don't have you don't have not even. Plus You got your off by hundreds of thousands of us. Washington Post got ahold of audio from the call in which Trump also suggested a crime was committed in relation to ballots from the Atlanta area. The president has filed a lawsuit against the Georgia secretary of state for releasing the call. The
Trump Urges Georgia's Raffensberger To Overturn Election
"The 117th. Congress is now in session. Democrat Nancy Pelosi is expected to keep her role as House speaker, while Georgia's runoff elections next week will determine the balance of power in the Senate. Meanwhile, an audio obtained by the Washington Post, Georgia's secretary of state Brad Reference, Burger spoke by phone to President Trump, who told Grafton's Berger he's putting himself at quote big risk if he doesn't call the election and Trump's favor the country or angry. And there's nothing wrong with saying that, you know, uh, That you've re
California hospitals struggling as coronavirus cases explode
"California hospitals are battling to find beds to house patients amid fears that the exploding rate of coronavirus infections there will exhaust resources and health care workers nearly seventeen thousand people were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected covert nineteen infections in California as of Friday more than doubled the previous peak Dr Brad spell Berger's chief medical officer at the Los Angeles county USC Medical Center one of the largest hospitals in the county with more than six hundred beds we are getting crushed for most of the days of the last week we've had zero ICU beds open in the morning and we have had to scramble to remove this patient here quick move that patient care many emergency rooms are using outdoor tends to make more space meanwhile healthcare workers are getting vaccination shots Dr Paul Givony with LA county health services says that's hopeful our workforce is facing overwhelming demand that you know today we can face that need with renewed energy I'm Ben Thomas
Georgia to again certify election results showing Biden won
"Georgia has again re certified results in the presidential election secretary of state Brad reference Berger said again Joe Biden one in Georgia we have now counted legally cast ballots three times and the results remain unchanged president trump asked for the recount at the White House the president said again without evidence he was cheated you look at the different states the election was totally rigged it's a disgrace to our country is like a third world country bread rapids Berger says in Georgia there was no fraud this information regarding election administration should be condemned and rejected integrity matters truth matters lawsuits filed by president trump and his allies have been projected around the country and Donahue Washington
Ossoff debates empty podium as Perdue refuses to participate
"Air hearing directly from some of the candidates for two U. S. Senate seats ahead of a January January runoff runoff election. election. More More from from CBS CBS correspondent correspondent Mark Mark Strausman. Strausman. I I have have built built my my career career Republican Republican Senator Senator Kelly Kelly Leffler Leffler keeps keeps her her campaign campaign message message simple. simple. She backs President Trump all the way and sidestepped when asked if the president won reelection. President Trump has every right to use every legal recourse available in our own state. We've seen time and again that We have investigations that need to be completed. She called her opponent, Reverend Raphael Warnock, a radical liberal. He described her as out of touch with Georgia voters after being in the Senate for 10 months. She does not have a case to be made for why the people of Georgia should keep her there. But at least they debated on the same stage. In Georgia's other runoff, Democratic challenger John Assaraf faced an empty podium. Incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue wasn't no show. It shows. An astonishing arrogance and sense of entitlement. For Georgia's senior U. S. Senator. I believe he shouldn't have to debate at a moment like this in our history. The president campaigned for both candidates Saturday night in Georgia, but spent most of his hour and a half long speech complaining about his own election results, But candidates themselves spent less than three minutes on stage with the president. You must go vote and vote early. He pushed supporters to vote while casting doubt on the election process by repeating false claims he was cheated out of a victory will still win it and they're gonna try and rig this election to his refusal to concede has sparked a Republican battle in Georgia. He has pressured Governor Brian Kemp to call the state's legislature into special session. You overturn Joe Biden's victory here. Kemp refused again in a statement Sunday night, saying that is not an option allowed under state or federal law, and you've got to make sure your governor gets a lot tougher than he's been. He's got to get a lot tougher. The president has also been tough on Georgia's Republican secretary of state. Brad Rapids. Berger says there was no evidence of fraud in Georgia. But right now we don't see anything that would overturn the will of the people here in Georgia. But many top Republicans here are also worried at the way the president is trying to undermine the integrity of Georgia's elections. And here's why they're worried that Republican voters might be discouraged from showing up at next month's runoff. CBS
'A coward': Jon Ossoff addresses empty podium as Senator David Perdue skips Georgia debate
"Comes down now to to run off elections in Georgia next month. There were supposed to be two debates last night, but one candidates, Senator David Perdue, Did not show up. I have built my career Republican Senator Kelly Leffler keeps her campaign message simple. She backs President Trump all the way and sidestepped when asked if the president won reelection. President Trump has every right to use every legal recourse available. In our own state. We've seen time and again that we have investigations that need to be completed. She called her opponent, Reverend Raphael Warnock, a radical liberal. He described her as out of touch with Georgia voters after being in the Senate for 10 months. She does not have a case to be paid for why the people of Georgia should keep her there. But at least they debated on the same stage. In Georgia's other runoff, Democratic challenger John Assaraf faced an empty podium. Incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue wasn't no show. It shows. An astonishing arrogance and sense of entitlement. For Georgia's senior U. S. Senator. Believe he shouldn't have to debate at a moment like this in our history. The president campaigned for both candidates Saturday night in Georgia, but spent most of his hour and a half long speech complaining about his own election results. But candidates themselves spent less than three minutes on stage with the president. You must go vote and vote early. He pushed supporters to vote while casting doubt on the election process by repeating false claims he was cheated out of a victory. His refusal to concede has sparked over Publican battle in Georgia. He has pressured Governor Brian Kemp to call the state's legislature into special session to overturn Joe Biden's victory. Here's Kemp refused again in a statement Sunday night, saying that is not an option allowed under state or federal law. The president has also been tough on Georgia's Republican secretary of state. Brad Rapids. Berger says says there there there was was was was no no no no evidence evidence evidence evidence of of of of fraud fraud fraud fraud in in in in Georgia. Georgia. Georgia. Georgia. But But But But right right right right now now now now we we we we don't don't don't don't see see see see anything anything anything anything that that that that would would would would overturn overturn overturn overturn the the the the will will will will of of of of the the the the people. people. people. people. Here Here Here Here in in in in Georgia. Georgia. Georgia. Georgia. CBS CBS CBS CBS is is is is Mark Mark Mark Mark Straw's Straw's Straw's Straw's
Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"
"Bryan cranston. The star of amc's breaking bad returns to series television for the first time since that show left. The air in a new showtime miniseries called your honor which begins on sunday. Cranston plays a new orleans. Judge whose life is torn apart after his teenage son gets into some sudden and very serious trouble are tv critic. David be cooley. Has this review bryan. Cranston had played the goofy dad on the fox sitcom malcolm in the middle then. Redefined himself brilliantly as walter white. The meek high school chemistry teacher in breaking bad. What made walter break. Bad was the sudden news that he had contracted terminal cancer leading to a series of increasingly momentous decisions. In the new showtime miniseries. Your honor cranston returns to series tv playing another character who gets some sudden life changing news. This time he plays. Michael desio a compassionate judge in new orleans and a single parent raising his teenage son after the death of his wife a year ago in an unexpected tragedy. On the day of that saturday anniversary the sun adam played by hunter. Doohan experiences an unexpected tragedy of his own after leaving flowers at the convenience store where his mother was an innocent bystander. Shot by robbers has an asthma attack while driving away he searches for his inhaler on the passenger seat and as he takes his eyes off the road he slams into a motorcycle driven by another teenager. Adam after returning home tells his father what happened next. Where did this happen. Okay okay so would be the new hospital. Then the emeralds. Taken to what in new orleans and i don't know well the police must have sex. Overweight drove away before the tried to can give you called nine hundred time to try to at least yes or no please. I could breathe okay. I got you guys. This ten part series begins like the. Hbo mini series the night of following a young man. He descends deeper and deeper into a horrifying spiral of accidents and consequences that engrossing 2016 mini series was created by peter moffett who adapted it from his own british series. Moffitt is the adapter of your honor as well but this time he's not working from his own story showtimes. Your honor is his new version of a twenty seventeen. Israeli drama called ca- votto which has the same basic plot and is available of sample on youtube but for this adaptation for the united states. The location is changed in new orleans and other elements are given an american spin from police brutality. To local criminal activity one thing stays the same though. And it's thing that makes your honor so gripping from the start the father doing the right thing as both a judge and a citizen escorts his son to the police station to turn them in with an explanation but when he gets there he sees the father of the victim and recognizes him as a powerful local mob boss. All of a sudden the judge realizes that to turn his son in would be to signed his death warrant so from that point on. What is the right thing to do. And how many people does he have to enlist or deceive to do it. There's a certain flavor of breaking bad this because we're essentially put in the position of sympathizing with and rooting for a person who's breaking and avoiding the law but that's not a complaint because breaking bad may be the best tv drama series ever made and bryan cranston once again crafts a marvelously nuanced and empathic performance. And in your honor. He's not alone. The executive producers in addition to moffitt in cranston include robert and michelle king the talented creators of the good wife. So both the characters and the legal twists are fully drawn hundred. Doohan as the judge's son has the same relatable acting skills cranston and needs to since he carries most of the show's opening our and other riveting characters and actors abound michael stool barred from. Tv's fargo plays. The mob boss and hope davis plays his wife as very fierce and involved sort of carmela soprano to his tony and while margo martindale from justified in. The americans doesn't show up as the judges mother-in-law until episode four. Wow is she worth the wait. The writers on your honor include moffitt himself and the directors include clark johnson. An actor and director way back on homicide life on the street and edward. Berger who did a marvelous job directing another showtime miniseries patrick metros showtime provided only four of the ten episodes of your honoring advance. Each one. both impressed and surprised me and made me hungry to see the next cranston's michael ziada is smart enough to think on his feet and almost every scene requires him to do just that to avoid exposure endanger and to protect his only son whatever the repercussions to others the series title. Your honor isn't just the judge's work title. it's also at the center of the show. When it comes to your family would you do to save them. And what effect will that have upon your moral code your relationships with others and your honor
"berger" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
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An interesting symbols could keep it quiet quiet for the press because we not for a moment that the breast gonna kill us to to see s joking around her anyway for the you know the the following year the absence essence death. But you also won ferrari's first race since one thousand nine hundred and you know it's another kind of pivotal race for fraud. We've got question here. From adrian king which is snotty related. I guess you'll race wins. I'm he's asking please. Can you all scowled. In which year years he felt he maximize his talent and what factors contributed to to this. I'd come for me. I might be crossed. Nineteen eighty seven. I felt very good. stober car. Electable kaas maybe something. I dunno which to do but adama castro me bus great to Need a little bit. 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We got another question here from dan all he just wanted a bit of insight into what it took to get back into the cockpit off that accident at imola in nineteen ninety nine. Because i've watched it on youtube. It is an enormous accident. Bu escaped major injury but it still must have been as down physically and psychologically very tough to get back into the call pal. Now yes no. What motivated me. The most was that Typical fry didn't think i'm coming back to quick and I remember fuel oil at the was team manager at the russian And versus great with llerena and give him the choice and and So nothing wrong on this. I have not bought a vaccine. But in all from niki answer on i wasn't a hospital not and i said well. You're gonna be surprised if we can they can make and that's what it devastated big motivation. But obviously i couldn't go do fast because had really add or demands from from from the fire. 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"berger" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast
"We're back with another exciting guests. This is going to be all you marketing gurus out there. His name is David Berger on I've had a chance to connect with them as a super nice guy really knows what marketing they'd take care of everything. You could possibly imagine including podcasts at he. So everybody welcome David to the podcast David are you there. Yes. I'm here awesome David. I'm doing good. Awesome, and so let's dig right in. I'm excited to talk to you. Can you start by telling me a little bit about yourself? While I started my business twenty seven years ago. I started because I wanted to try him. Made, sure that I connected to the clients that was working with that we had. Had A personal connection and didn't just leave them. Going through the motions ally the agencies tend to. Pass you along from one person to the next to the next and it doesn't always work so well. So I wanted to make sure that I really worked with my clients to help them and move them forward. Twenty seven years, David. That's a long time to be in business might run that. Probably Been Journey Yes drugs are a lot of twists and turns, but my family. Was Entrepreneur, stew. So I watched both my mom and my dad starting. Run businesses of their own. So I it's wasn't my first rodeo going through watching it. Will I'm curious David where did you come up with the name invision by design. Success question. It. Just Kinda. Hit Me. I mean it encapsulated what I was trying to do So when I think about design, it's generally what I'm doing which I joke with people about it mccray of mine region. I designed what's in somebody else's head. So in order to do that though I have to get that same picture in my head. So envision by design just sorta made sense to me. It. Makes it fits your business I can see it. Well, there's a lot of marketing companies out there that do what you do. Obviously, there is some competition. Yes. Oh, why should with envisioned by design and not someone else? we. Give personal attention We concentrate on making you standout. We concentrate on making.
"berger" Discussed on Overthrowing Education
"I never dreamed that I would have so many incredible guests who would speak with me about all of the topics that I am so passionate about some are people that I already knew about and some were people that I met on this journey that I really connected with or admire but there was this one person who was my Dream guest someone whose work words and just ways of walking in this world have had such a profound effect on me and countless of other educators and that's Ron Berger I didn't WanNa ask him until my show is established and so recently I reached out and was so excited and honored that he agreed as you will hear. Ron Shares so much wisdom warmth and humility. As we talk about his new book, his vision for improving education and just so much more. I also want to point out that today's fomer show is a parody of an iconic commercial from the east coast in the seventies and eighties, and that was like a little way for me to celebrate all the commercial parodies that I've had this past year. They are such a blast to put together and if you haven't heard them all yet, please give a listen and of course, defer the interviews that follow each of the foam officials. and. Now on with the show. I am beyond excited and so grateful to have Ron Berger as my guest today he is one of my all time education heroes and to here's a little bit of why. Ron.
"berger" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Reserve your seat today now. Thank you, everyone for tuning in. Let's kick off the show today. We're talking with Joan Burger. He's an expert on social influence, and how ideas, behaviors and products take off together with his colleagues. He's conducted hundreds of experiments on what drives people's choices. Choices and behaviors now. Joan is a professor at Wharton. School at University of Pennsylvania, and he's the author of amazing book, such as contagious invisible influence and today we're talking about his new book called catalyst how to change anyone's mind, and that is exactly what we need to learn about to allow us to advance in our career to raise our influence and persuasion Hello Jona. Thank you for joining us today. Thanks for me. Me will jump right into the book, and I feel like obviously right now. In this Cova time we are all facing a Lotta counterintuitive opinions and arguments, and believes and really struggling to change our minds and others minds around us so I think the book is really quite insightful. In terms of understanding how we as humans respond to people trying to change our minds and be persuaded definitely an interesting time we're in. Why are we as human so resistant to changing our opinion, I think at the core. The way we're going about it is is wrong when we try to persuade people, tried to change minds and try to change action. We often take a particular type approach, and that is some version of Bush. Think if we just add more reasons if we provide more facts figures, more more information, people will come around, and it's why we have that intuition right if there's like a a chair sitting in the middle of a room and we want to move that chair. What's a good way to move it? bushings usually a very good way to move physical objects. We push a chair. It goes when we apply the idea of people low. It gets a little bit more complicated because when we push people, people don't just go along. They often dig in their heels. They push back and they often even do the opposite of what we want, and so rather than pushing. We've gotTA figure out a different way to go, and I think a lot of us win. We rationalize our change. We don't think about the emotional component we do feel like it was the facs and the preponderance of evidence. That changed our minds. When we look back in hindsight, but that's really not what's going on. On Yeah I mean. I think it's also interesting. You know there's a difference between trying to change their own behavior and trying to change others behavior. You know if we're sales piece person, we might be trying to change the client's mind. If employees we're trying to change a bosses mind for a leader. We might be trying to show organizational culture. We often focused a lot on the change that we want to have happen but we focus a lot less on the person or people that were trying to change, and that's part of the problem at it turns out. There's a better way to change minds, but it's not about pushing. Have to think about change a little differently. For Myself, that was one of the most compelling ideas in the book because it certainly changed how I viewed a lot of our marketing so when we're doing stuff on instagram if we're, we're doing some advertising on twitter, one of the things that your book had brought to my attention that implemented immediately and saw an instant change was taking away hurdles which making it easier. Easier for people to follow along rather than giving them, either a hurdle would jump through or having them think about something where the emotional response is always going to be triggered before they are logically understanding where they're going. And by the time you're telling them to perform an action, there's where the resistance becomes were emotionally. They were following right along until they were logically. Logically triggered to see that hurdle. Hurdles is a great way to talk about it. You know we we. We often focus on pushing. We often focus on adding more, but the better way turns out actually to come from from chemistry, and so you know, some of your listeners may have a background at least a little bit of chemistry, but you probably remember the change chemistry. Chemistry is even harder than it is. In the social world difficult to get a carbon to turn into diamonds or plant matter, turn into oil, and so chemists often use temperature and pressure to speed the process you. If you have a kernel of popcorn at your house, and you want to eat it you wanNA. Turn it into popcorn. You stick it in the microwave. Temperature heats up the molecules inside Boisture pressure intensifies. It becomes popcorn, but it turns out. There's a special set of substances that chemists often use that. Make Change Happen Faster and easier and cleans everything from you know the grime off your contact lenses to the You know the oil off your car's engine carburetor, but what's most interesting substances how they create change? They don't increase the temperature. They don't increase the pressure. They actually lower. Lower the barrier required for change your car. They remove the obstacle as you guys would probably guess he's substance called catalysts, and that's exactly why. Why wrote this clock right? There's a better way to change not pushing harder, but by finding out what those obstacles aren't and removing them I. Think you know a great way to think about it is no matter. Your car is parked on a hill at say and you want to get to go. Step on the gas step on the gas. It's not going. What are you? Do you often say God? I need more gas step on the gas harder. It'll go some is. We don't need to step on the gas. Is We just need to remove the parking brake? And so the book is All about finding out? What are those obstacles? Those barriers, those parking brakes that are preventing our desired action from occurring, and how rather than pushing, can remove the obstacles and make change likely and the book breaks down five common roadblocks to change and gives very compelling examples that I think we can all resonate with whether. Whether your parents, whether you are in sales, or whether you're in an argument and trying to persuade people so I'd love to walk through these five, and then we could talk about some actual strategies that our audience can use to help alleviate these roadblocks. Yeah, sure and so maybe we can pick one and dive into it a little bit. Find some as if you skip across. All five people don't remember any of them, so so let's pick one and we can happy to talk about it in in a little bit adapt I. Think the first one is the one that we all respond the most you. Know, someone's pushing us in a certain direction immediately. That parking brake comes up and we don't want to move forward, and it's that reacting that we're talking about you. Know I think a good way to react is. Can I tell stories that are? So I'll tell the story of tide pods because I think that's interesting in today's Day and age so some you may be familiar with with tide pods, essentially a faster better way to do laundry rather than having to measure out exactly how much laundry detergent! These little packets and say just chuck it in. The laundry makes it easier so tied release these pods, if our could take a big chunk of the billion dollar laundry industry, one hundred fifty dollars, one hundred fifty million dollars in marketing behind it. They release them. They do pretty well, but then there's a problem and the problem very simply is if people are eating them. and. He might be sitting there going. What do you mean? People are eating them, aren't they filled the chemicals Y-. You're exactly right. They are filled with chemicals, but people have decided. There's a funny video on college humor. There's a satirical article on the. People challenge each other started him. It's the tide pods. Challenge may remember from from a few years ago and so tied is sitting there going well. What should we do? Let me people should beat them in the first place. But what do we do what we gotta tell them not to do? They release all these Presley Saint. Don't tide pods. They hire rob Gronkowski to make these videos as they don't. He tide pods. They think that will be.
"berger" Discussed on Fore Play
"Down. Each issue. Myself feels like a throwback. It's slimmed-down crew yeah. It's throwback to the old times which Robbie auction the booth we do. He's out there. We could probably will grab them if we need to do but we'll let him work on something. That's not a bad we've got the boys are out of town. Frankie Travel Apple Mac from Vegas. He was out there for NASCAR with Dave. I'm sure I'll have some stories. I'm sure things have happened to Frankie while he was out there that he's going to have to talk about things. Don't thank Frankie thinks things happen to him that sort of thing. I know I'm he's not here to defend himself so I feel better now. He's he's so he's a little fidgety. He's a little neurotic so even even the little things he thinks that they're happening to him and him personally so I guarantee he will have Nascar so he will. He'll come back with like ten. You won't believe this happened to me. Stories of things that just happen to people I did see picture of him next to the race car that parcells sponsors. I believe it's Matt Been Benedetto. I I fucked up every single time same together yeah we did Frankie was standing next to the car. He just looked hilarious. I Dunno Franken and Nascar setting just like a kid from Long Island owns an Italian restaurant and now he's in in the middle of the pit at the NASCAR VEGETA- Super Pale Skin Long Island kid in the pit at Nascar with allowed NASCAR shirt on this is great for he's not here. We're going to make fun of rose to fantastic tastic. We're absolutely rose to him so you may notice my voice is you know it's it sounded better. It sounded healthier before I'm coming off a five day. Just total bender AH cabinet we went up to cabinet links not going to do a whole deal. Wait till lurches back and break that down. Go through like we did Wisconsin. Maybe even have one of my buddies or to you call in but we'll talk about briefly. We have Dana Berger on the show did about thirty minutes Dana Berger Yep. He's couple two-time. PJ Tour winner he famously lost stood at speed whole out which we talk about his reaction to it at the travelers championship with the rake throw in the club throw in the end the chest with Gretler and then you had those comments from the two thousand Seventeen Presidents Cup when you absolutely dusted the internationals so we talk about all that stuff. It's a good show it's great interview. You're going to enjoy that at the second part of the show lurches and Scott Lurch when this comes out. We'll be in Scotland now we did this cabinet. Trip was eight people I booked like started looking at like a year ago with essentially a big trip together for all my friends from Saint Louis all my best friends from back home who I only get to see twice ear. Maybe who we've never really done a golf trip together but ever since you know basic high school we've all got really into golf bunch of US bed hockey together and we kind of did the same almost all stood like the same evolution where you know. We love watching doctrine hockey. Let's go blue Stanley Cup champs but you know we play golf. That's what we all do and we've never really done a trip together like that golf ever and cabinet favorite places in the world so I started putting this trip together. It was my brother Lurch and then our five best friends from home and and man it was it was a scene gene. It's a crew that like everybody's getting older a lot of guys have you know wives other children. Multiple children dogs all kinds of priority so that's why like a year ago we started looking this thing. It's tough to everybody in the same schedule that right he's guys you know for the most part they're up really late at night every night or really early in the morning taking care of the kids in the family family and all this and that working and so this was like the circled on the calendar year ago as like this is five days which is the boys in Nova Scotia Canada and and we just went so hard for so long and played so much golf we played seven rounds and four days we drank the whole time I have found that it's more dangerous when I go back home now and I visit my buddies like even even I know you guys were on a trip and that makes it a little different but when I'm in town there they can tell all their wives and their kids. They're like all right. He's GonNa go out. We're going to go out. He's only in town couple times a year or a couple of times a year. It's now we get more drunk and more hungover than we ever did in college judge or whatever because like you're saying it's so few and far between the you see these people that you have to pack it all into a couple of days and it just it really really heightened the whole thing but it's always the God damn. You never wanted to end no right because if we all go out I can just Irish exited idiots tomorrow right when you only get to see your buddies once twice three times a year from home. It's the same deal where they tell. They tell us another like a month. In advance like aren't rigs is coming home this night. Were Probably GonNa take it pretty deep. We ended up like till like four for the morning and then we have no business doing that Drinkin- playing cards try to like savor it every minute she right you get so much. You go so much harder for some reason now. I picture sure my friends hugging. Their children like it's the last time they're gonNA see him. They just you never know treads has trends home. We're going to go out to all the bars we used to. We're going to crank it up a few notches this you may Abi fatherless after this evening. That's what that's what I like the attitude they go into those nights with like it's like okay. If I don't see you guys again. I love you yeah. It's like when soldiers used to like go off to war the sound like in the Patriot movie. They're like all right. This might be the last time because I'm really going at it tonight. This could be it yeah. It was that daddy except you just took everyone up to the cliff's Nova Scotia Canada in for like you said five days we had eight Guy Sharon Avila. It was a scene it was it was off the charts good. It was like I said for for most of my buddies on the trip like the first time they've ever really done a pure like golfing trip right shouts golfing and go your t shirts through it. I got one. I got one on my desk right right now. It's beautiful. It is gorgeous. It's just perfect. It's the most simple shirt of all time golfing. It's just as golfing so this is the first time for most guys on my trip that they've done on just a pure golf trip or that's what we were there to do. There was all kinds of so the way you get to cabinet you fly to Halifax about an hour and thirty or forty minute flight from New York and then you do the three and a half hour drive which cabot you know you can get like a van a sprinter Van Splendor splinter which essentially it's just a party bus so you know the minute minute that we land were on essentially this party bus like three and a half hours driving from Halifax up to inverness Nova Scotia and we got they had me ended up getting out a notebook. We call it the betting book there are so many side wagers go on. I like that I bet I bet this guy doesn't break seventy eight the whole week. One guys like we're going to bet five dollars a hole in our first match attached and it was just gambling was like I bet you don't hit more than like two of the par threes in regulation all these gambling what's going on so we had a betting look for the whole week that was like the drive up there on the van but we you know we we started at the airport. They actually flew through Newark and I didn't realize this top. It was like ten. Am or something like that. I got to Newark Man in eighteen minutes. It takes no time at all. It was crazy Newark people shed on for whatever reason they whenever you fly out of New York it's like Oh. JFK Care Laguardia Newark is especially like you're saying on downtime. You can get there in two seconds. It was also way Nicer airport too. It's great. I got there so quickly. lurch allergic shaft alerts. You texted me the day before the flight the trip and said ha so funny story turns out. I never booked flights lurch so he had to book flights last last minute and then he so this morning we had a six. Am Fly out of Halifax. It's a three and a half hour drive from Cabot so last night we drove back late after golf got like one three forty five. AM wakeup call then we land here. I went straight home and went to sleep for a couple. Our Lurch went straight to work and then he has a nine thirty flight tonight to Scotland Jesus he loses like four hours or five hours lands in Edinburgh tribes up in his playing golf and he's playing early on Tuesday when this when this podcast comes out and he's now got like five straight days of playing golf in Scotland and no joke like we we couldn't even walk onto the escalator. Our legs were beat up so badly from walking around all the golf courses for seven rounds and four days and he's like. I genuinely don't know what I'm going. He's never going to catch up. That's the problem with something like that like a month from now and he's been back in the states for a few weeks. He's still might be like I. I'm not one hundred percent yet so to think that he's he's got a play in Scotland all those days in a row. It's going to be great trip of a lifetime. You took looked fantastic but he's going to be hurting pretty much the whole time and there's just nut carts. It's Scotland right so he has to walk all of these rounds of golf and he was like I can't get a new set of legs so I don't know what do I genuinely don't wind and not to take shots allergic. That's a big body care that I know about that. I got a big body as well. It's a it's a bit of a chore and if you're not well rested if you're coming off a five day bender with the cabin crew through tough. That boy has a huge body huge. That's why we call them. Large yeah and I gotTa tell you he is right about one thing that he just now a new set of legs. That's true he's he's right about. Two things can his legs. That's just that's true. Well I guess technically could but it would be. What do you mean prosthetics but he's not in that situation? We're talking about a new set of legs specifically for this. If you were trying to get a new set of legs you'd want to be like it'd be like a one to one like you wouldn't even notice a difference. I I feel notice. It'd be very different. Were saying you can't get a fresh new real pair of human lakes. There's an episode of family guy with Joe Swanson goes and he's I want to be able to walk again and they legitimately give him a fresh pair of legs..
"berger" Discussed on Fore Play
"Daniel Berger is on this very show so stay here listen. We're GONNA talk about golf myself and Trent Daddy which is great spring off. They're also great calloway. The teaming up are given a.
"berger" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"I thought you know if he can make that kind of sacrifice then really do. I want to be sitting here in my comfortable office. Paying accountants a lot of money to come up with this complicated structure to avoid paying my taxes. I mean don't don't get me wrong. Take every tax break. You can get the legitimate and no questions asked right but it just didn't feel right burnoff. to be able to sleep at night okay. What is your best piece of advice for people who are just starting out so I can give to while the first one would be start investing today even if it's whatever twenty five dollars a month and even if you're scared US actually the best time if you're scared but you're young and you can start with a small amount of money whether it's in a 401k at work or an IRA start investing today yes a student loans if other financial priorities but even if it's small amount of money the experience will be worth it and you'll start to get the process rolling for compounding which takes time kind of related to that is never stop learning? You know continue to learn about investing managing money today so you're you know you're not GonNa know everything right away or even. Maybe a lot when you're getting started and you'll have a lot of questions A. B. Curious read a lot. Listen to the bigger pockets podcast awed cast in just keep learning so I guess they're kind of related Koussari. I'm on my mind is still spinning. I'm giving away that I'm still on the last question am I had served here but the question around the mistake one more time yeah was any part of that due to factors that have been in your control the set that up earlier in the process so if you had gone back five years ahead was where things you could have done to avoid or make that tax situation more clear no and here was the issue I think when we first started going down this path I had no plans to sell the site right and so again I only understand Dan half of what they did but the tax ramifications if I had not sold or different than when I ended up selling and so when I decided to sell and I looked at the ramifications of the taxes it was one of those deals that just seem too good to be true right when when I still own the business there were some tax benefits to what we were doing but they weren't so at least to my mind over the top okay so it had nothing to do with like should should have done this five years ago. Okay got it just wondering if that was the lesson someone can take away but sounds like most of question of the theme of his four here. What is your favorite joke to tell at parties on number funny? I guess if I tell a joke I tell lawyers joke because I was a lawyer at the really kinda stupid. We'll have to tell it yes like what do you call five hundred lawyers at the bottom of the ocean against say you already heard sorry I supposed to say well. Let me think that I like that one. Oh how about this one so there's an engineer and a doctor a lawyer and they're having a the debate and the engineers trying to show that engineering's the most important a career in endeavor and he goes all the way back to the creation of the earth you you know when God created the Earth. That was an engineering feat engineering. It was the best the doctor said I don't know I mean after that. He created Adam and Eve commerical. I think that's the best in said well. I've got you both beat because it was all created out of chaos right. Who Do you think created the chaos see? I don't normally these parties now. You can see why you're gonNA start now right now I am. I am absolutely not going to start now. Most of the time these jokes are terrible and I don't laugh and I laugh at yours well. You're so calling you had the bottom of the joke that's I. I like it. Okay Rob Berger Gary. Tell me where people can find out more about you. That's my command. Oh well they can go to retire before mom and Dad Dot com they can find out I guess yeah there that'd be good place to start and one twitter and facebook search my name and happy to connect that way as well so you're rob Berger at on twitter and Rob Burger on facebook. I think it's Robert Underscore a underscore burger on twitter okay. What did you say that other people are going to connect with Rob Berger at twitter but we to these places into showed straight? Yes Oh and tell me where people can find your book and what's it called those called retire before mom and dad had the simple numbers behind a lifetime of financial freedom and it's pretty much available everywhere biting most people go to Amazon so it's in hard copy and kindle or e book. The audible audio version is coming out soon. I narrated it in the sound. Engineers are working to try to make me sound pretty okay so the book is retired before mom and dad available virtually everywhere rob. Thank you so much for coming on today. I really appreciate your point point of view. This was a great show was thanks guys I appreciate it. Take notes as we're recording and I've got like twelve quotes to pull out no no. That's a good thing that's a good thing that means you said things that I liked nice nail that yes show for the first turn that into a Netflix says a cookie. Thanks so if you've seen nailed it. Don't you watch and think some of these cakes are impossible. No but I could do better than that. Yes as I'm watching I think to myself. Why are they having these novice? Bakers tried to make that there's there's no way I could do better than what ever they did. Have they even ever been in a kitchen. Scott is kind of the perfect contestant for that it and I I say this I have I have alluded to t Scott a couple times during this episode. I'm the President Stan Club so just so you know I think World Scott like Detroit we beat on Tuesdays at four Scott has many talents. I don't think thinking is one of them off. I can tell you it's not one of my talents either so those are the guys are the ones that they put on this show so contest at least watch because they all seem to make the same mistakes over and over again will watch some old shows to at least get some idea of what not to do well. I would bet the mccollum me to be on that show. Oh okay okay. We are going to get out of here. Now wants to listen to review the show. Thank you are you so. Will you both be at Finn Con. Neither I will be at the time and Scott Scott won't I won't be an and I love Fontana. Just I've been taken about fifteen to twenty trips this year. I know I just you know. This is one of those ones that is like. I don't really want yet another a trip coming up in September alone so we'll mindy if I can catch your panel what day is it. I think it's on Thursday. It is the the at the same time that pro networking is okay. I'm speaking on Friday. And what are you speaking about how to build a million dollar blog. ooh I will catch your book. I will catch your panel 'cause building. A million dollar. Blog sounds like something I wanna do be warned. It's just me it's not a panel so I'm sorry your your presentation so you may or may not wanNA come after no. I fairly enjoyed this. Why had fun one yeah well great well? Thank you so much and thanks again to PT for connecting US rob there you go yeah so there. We are from episode eighty nine the bigger pockets money podcast this is mindy embarrassingly saying.
"berger" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"We are so excited to have Lauren Berger on our podcast today. Guys. Lauren welcome. Thanks some extent. So we're we feel like this is so beneficial, and I wish I would have had something like this at that age to access and to kind of give me all the knowledge I needed, and I'm so glad that our listeners will have this. That's exactly why I started this all years ago because I needed someone to hold my hand and kind of give me that boost in that career in internship left. So here I am to help everyone listening. That's so great so okay for our listeners. Right. Those were a little lost. When it comes to figuring out what to do with their lives. How do you suggest they narrow down those options? Yeah. I mean when I was a maybe a sophomore junior in college. I printed out a list of the majors that the school offered. And I just started circling things. And most of the things were in line with PR marketing communications and that world, I remember I circled meteorology which was random kind of left out on this. But I said, you know, what I just have to start somewhere. And so I got an internship in communications at a PR firm, and that was my first, internship, and a lot of people don't know where to start you just have to start somewhere in that first opportunity is going to tell you a lot about what you like to do. And also what you don't like to do. And also if you're out of college, then setting informational interviews with people, you know, and asking them what their job is like on a day to day. I think is crucial because you hear all of these titles, and it's confusing, and they're different depending on which organization you're talking to. So it's really helpful to sit down with people. And just say, what do you do all day? Can you walk me through a day in your life? Because they think it'll be really asked shocked to hear what they have to say, I lists are really good theme throughout all of your books, and I will say going going through. Your books throughout the weekend. I found so many so much information that I needed to hear even now in my thirties and kind of having no known what I want to continue to do already having a career. So it really kind of your advice can be taken with the reader for for many many years. But when you first started you obviously were looking for an internship. You were in college. You didn't feel like you had the resources and so why so you created intern Queen what was that like, yeah. I mean, no one ever said to me when I was in college you can start your own business. You could start it today as silly as that sounds no one ever said that. So I don't know that all of the wires were sort of connecting in my brain at that point. But I was looking back. I was taking small steps to start a business, and I was just driven by my own curiosity. I remember going to the bookstore and looking for a book on internships. And there was nothing there. There used to be a big thick textbook that the Princeton review would publish with a listing of all the internships. But there was nothing on advice. So after seeing these gaps in the marketplace over and over and over again, I thought well I've had fifteen internships in my four years of college. I know what's right? I know what's wrong. I learned through trial and error. Maybe I can do this myself up so cool. So okay..
"berger" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Take them is creating a space girls can feel empowered to be themselves. Get ready for a lot of laughs. Unfiltered by wine. Get ready to shake things up. Here's Caitlyn book off the vine. I'm your host, Kaitlyn bristowe. And in the studio, we have CEO and founder of intern Queen and career Queen both great names and author of get it together. Lauren Berger, thank you for being here. L your last name. Thanks giving me relations hamburger. Yeah. Just like hamburger d of any relation to Mitch Berger the football player. No, nothing. Well. Okay. So explain to everybody your stick. Like do REO Who are. are you? So I started a website called intern Queen yes, which is a free internship platform almost ten years ago now, oh and started that site just as a free destination where young people could go and apply for internships and get advice. It was sort of the internship website that I always wanted and never had. And all of these people followed me kind of as I started that website. And then when they graduated school and went into their jobs, they came back to me and said, well, where's the job site? Now why so we just launched career Queen which is sort of the big sister brand intern Queen. Yeah, I always say the career Queen drinks wine and says bad words, whereas injure and Queen would never do that. Oh, she's an best behavior. And and then this is actually my third book that just came out get it together. I have to like read the subtitle. Ditch the chaos do the work design your success. Yes. And I wrote say that again, slowly. Ditch the chaos the chaos. Yeah. Do the work. Yeah. Design your success? Okay. Let's dive into that. Yeah. So I wrote this book because I was so sick of hearing. How busy everybody was all the time. You know, I'm so busy. I didn't eat. I'm so busy. I didn't sleep. I started feeling insecure. When other people would tell me how busy they were. Yeah. You know, like, wait. Are you more successful than I am because you're talking about how busy wire, and I'm driving home from work still at the office, and I really got frustrated with that a kept experiencing it in my work life, and my personal life. I'm an entrepreneur. So there's a lot of pressure. Anyways. What were you doing on then injured in Queen just I've been doing it for ten years?.
"berger" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"berger" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"They are lives his life enjoy blissful ignorance mine is to try the impossible berger oh yeah no good it's really good no way we we could all be stance stand to eat a few less cheeseburgers and a couple more impossible burgers make your month and day and year better the impossible berger is like a a vegan berger made up of plant proteins in such that like has kind of like a haemoglobin issues thing in the medals would almost tastes like a rare berger let me say this how i indian put down the couch for a second everybody and all of that at listen i don't wanna get into wildly diverging podcasts advice five two things one is actually important one is less important for the things impossible burger it makes like it makes like great chilly oh why you can buy the patty's now in the store and crumbled as mall fokker's up with the rest of your chilly recipes indistinguishable it's that is of rate of mind made me lasagna the the igc erodes the other company beyond meet or whatever but also very good by the way beyond yeah we don't endorse idea yeah it sounds like you're right now i cannot endorse any of these specific aspects he just arrival minutes really it was realised i had no idea it was not real meat and i am a very much a meals as many lasagna will go moved and i had another i wanted to talk about i'll talking about it a little more next week but a thing i talk about acting sort of locally a lot on the show but a thing that's been happening in los angeles is the la weekly guy which is the hall to paper got purchased by a probably shady looked at the named insurance shed are super shady right wing people who've done awful stuff was for the new purchasers not yet.
"berger" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"That was vig burger everybody follow him on twitter follow him on instagram other links you need to get to mr berger will be in the common section of this episode much thanks these casper for sponsoring this episode remember go to caspercom ford such family our international forgot family hour you're gonna get a brand new you're gonna get fifty dollars off a brand new mattress honeys and also if you love the dtf h why not become my patron i'll worship you you can comb my hair in the bathtub at least we can pretend that's what's happening the most importantly you'll be supporting the podcast the lord gore non hawk from the fifth circle of how his called the exploding sonic glory of a new sun rising from a volcano of truth why wouldn't you want to be part of that exploding glory i hope you'll consider patriarch dot com ford slash dtf age if you are like his won't you subscribe to this podcast and if this is your first time listening welcome go back and listen to some old episodes i hope you will i love you guys i'll see you in a few days with an amazing episode with author stephen cutler until then god bless you may the light of god erupt from your eyeballs at night searing through the miti sh window shades of your eyelids and burning a whole theor ceiling exploding out of the roof of your house connecting with the moon and downloading all of the moon data in the core of your brain turning you into a flying glory hound and allowing you to ascend to sit at the feet of god where she sits on her thrown in heaven i love you guys i'll see you soon had a krishna.
"berger" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"We're going to have a goddamn monarchy in the united states days the horrifying thought run by the trumps yeah yeah which is why man what you're doing is so fuck and important because in a weird way you're the guy standing or one of many there's many voices out there that are a big reach but you're one of the people standing up on the bus being like this stopped what the fuck is this you'd hata's stab but the difference between you and that guy and the bus in india is the on the bus that were in right now there's people are like no he's fine right right we've never had a better driver yeah speed up look at of talking this is great this is great to go this fast right in there like sit down berger in so i dunno i think what you're doing is actually one of the coolest forms of political protests i've ever seen managed his beautiful nigger vic thank you for being on the show man can you help people out of finds you please yes you can go on twitter it's the burger four ivey also my facebook page vic burger four as berger with an e um and a lot of my videos are on super deluxe what are you working on right now uh the right now putting together an album of songs from you know from the pasok fifteen years uh flannel graf records is gonna be putting that out cool and and also working on a tv show so that's and that's in the works right now whoever you are you working with armed hijackers company yeah you're with with absolutely yeah that is i i asked so that's that's in the works and oval it's going to happen hasn't looking pretty good pretty good i just have to work on the budget never the a number things to get it together and get them to approve it should be should be good to go beautiful vic burger god bless you man thanks for being on the show i hope you'll come back our thanks buddy.
"berger" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Asked the spectacular glory that is currently calling itself vic berger no mm it's the the muscle liam robinson vic burger welcome to the dtf h thank you so much for coming on the show sure thing dunkin' the mayor thanks man i i i gotta tell you i am is this the first time we are actually talked voice to have this is a this is the first voice chat we've done definitely wow man i'm a huge fan you're the stuff you make his brought me so many laughs and ivoy shown it to so many people i'm so addicted to your jim baker videos and i think you're the one of the best i don't know what comedy still i don't know what what are you call you do is it cut satire isn't years had it what it what is your yeah i guess it's satire in i mean i'm still figuring out like what what it is i actually do immense kinda just you know repurposing found footage and using editing to comment on it so i don't know really what you would call i guess it's like satire comedy it's yeah it seemed in in its its with when it's with you know jim baker i guess i whenever i describe you to people i describe it as a pack elliptic because something about what your zooming in on on this footage that you're using makes me feel like it's the end of the world even more than sometimes i already feel like it's the end of the world totally totally an yeah and and also a try and focus on how much of a shoulder he is an or other people that are that are just kinda scaring people and ripping them off and get you know getting their money scaring them and getting so having them send money to them utah you're talking about jim baker yeah yeah jim baker because he's selling all those those buckets you know yet says so can you just for folks you don't know about jim baker could you described to them who what jim bay who jim baker is sure he he was massive in the '70s and '80s one of the the top televangelists uh in on the planet and he ended up going to jail in the late eighties for fraud and there's like a whole sex scandal around.
"berger" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"That and berger mcfarland who was much closer to what than we are because he lives in tampa and he played for the buccaneers has said that that that there is a a feeling right now that maybe the head coached or carter is in over his head on a variety of levers of may levels and maybe he is i don't know right but it it certainly feels like a falling apart it'll around in tampa and you would want jameis winston to be the guy was holding it together not the guy who's out there kind of provoking someone else on the field and while you're right mike evans is responsible for what he did if you turn around and you don't know what's going on and you see a guy shove your quarterback on the sideline i know you you're gonna come flying in there too i i i i i don't know if i'm doing that i did was wrong there's no question what is it is the reason it had there's no question i'm coming in there there's no doubt about it but as i said mike evans came from a distance away so he could see the situation lattimore was not going after he pushed of and then stood there and was john with them he wasn't going after him so that semantics i'm i'm not getting into that i'm not blaming jamus winston four mike evans being suspended that's on mike evans but i don't get what jamus was doing because i'm with you what other what other leader true leader franchise quarterback of the day now i seen quarterbacks getting the grill of defenders and do that you know to try you stick up for their teammates or if they're in a situation were they feel it's necessary i seen that but what he did i don't get oh no no you see the quarterbacks and no one does it more than brady does he talked trash out there on the field aaron rogers with his touchdown to that one thing but now you're on the sideline you're not in the game and you're kind of tapping the guy that was what he's doing i don't either i don't either i have no idea what he was doing so that's what i meant when i.
"berger" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Berger's should be are only a dollar and two cents each until six o'clock get in here get yourself some back yard burgers on a day like today your cleric so come on out and see us and you too can say few doc you don't look like you sound and then of course i will say i've got to face radio all right taking calls a 501 43 300 nine to your thoughts on the beverley quarter family wrongful death lawsuit against cry like the real estate agency 501 43 300 nine to seal with d b in hot springs you're on newsradio one or two point nine karn what's up real is is de db there i you him uh there you go so what do you think well i got a i have some by been in this business i have allowed quick whose about it but i do understand they are how good in the real estate commission y yeah they extended we have to take a continuing education horse every year to renew our awesome from there was an extra hour added the day own safety oh yeah the only reason they the only reason they do things like this and pain in education is to expose obstable liabilities and lawsuit without their sure and so when you get darker navarra what walked out there then you have four about lawyers were worst the money yup crowd growl august successful every body has a one liability insurance now what does it cover yeah and and that's what we're giving downplayed and uh uh it how can we get the money out of some and what the packing basically is independent contractor here and it has the possibility i know this is an emotional issue didn't answer dumb and business i know all these people yeah sure and and any heart she hurt may one and a half consider absolutely so what server general you you you.
"berger" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Last night claude germ roger stone a favor so uh so so who's the next muse do you have one lined up uh still looking no uh no major candidates right now uh and i i like working with uh steve harvey and any baker i i still wonder explorative got a little more but there hasn't been a ton right up if you have any suggestion uh i don't know we'll keep our eyes open certainly um are you you by chance uh brennan wants as secretary a a relation to victor el berger who is the founding member of the social democratic party of america uh i wish i could say that but i am not o i have side uh i'm i'm the fourth and picked a burger the fourth but i don't have a middle name we don't have been all names here uh so there's a possible possibility that that i am but uh not that i'm all right well do so ways it now all right so uh vic we gotta ask you this um we uh we very often in this segment started back in the day when you know streaming movies were a new thing that's how old they is and how and when my and particularly when um my son was born my second child then i like completely sequestered in the home uh but but now because everything is online anyways it's become a different requests but what give us a recommendation of what we should watch be can be a movie it can be a series he can be a anything that one could watch on ones.