18 Burst results for "Bill Hughes"

"bill hughes" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

09:00 min | 4 months ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

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On May 29th, 2019, he suggested that a group come together to have a brainstorm about a U.S. digital dollar. He linked in that email to a post from former Y Combinator head and OpenAI CEO and world coin guys, Sam Altman, where Altman argued that the U.S. government couldn't stop crypto but could, quote, create the winner. Kushner seemed disposed to the idea of a Central Bank digital currencies, saying quote, my sense is it could make sense and also be something that could ultimately change the way we pay out entitlements, as well as saving us a ton in waste fraud and also in transaction costs. Kushner obviously was ahead of his time on this one given how big a deal CBDCs would become the following year, especially in the wake of COVID-19. In October of 2020, the Ukraine government asked the treasury for help when U.S. exchanges stopped servicing Ukrainians. They got no response, but Bill Hughes, a lawyer at consensus and former Department of Justice lawyer tweeted, I suspect one of the most interesting parts of the story will be the most overlooked. And that's Ukraine complaining about U.S. exchanges bailing on it because concerns they would violate sanctions imposed on Crimea. This dynamic persists. The other interesting moment was in the last months of Mnuchin's role when he was trying to put strict new rules around crypto wallets. Now, the timing of this was rushed, the rules would have required exchanges to collect a ton of info and it would have undermined people's privacy around their own wallets. In these documents, we get a view of the arguments from legal counsel that flooded into Mnuchin. The blockchain association retained outside counsel and Kirkland and Ellis lawyer Paul Clement wrote a letter to Mnuchin saying, quote, the notion that stakeholders could meaningfully engage with a rule that touches on more than 24 separate subjects in such a highly truncated period would be doubtful even in the ordinary course. Thus what purports to be a reporting requirement may well operate as a de facto ban. What makes this interesting to me is that it was an early inflection point for the blockchain lobby. That lobby has grown stronger as the need has grown stronger over the course of the last year. Certainly it was strengthened, for example, by the fight around the infrastructure Bill. But this was a real warning shot when this happened. We've had many more sense and we'll have many more in the months and years to come. Speaking of the regulatory world, the U.S. House and Senate agriculture committee has sent a letter to the chair of the CFTC, requesting more info on digital asset marketplaces. The letter gets into the CFTC's history with crypto, including its thinking around ether and BTC as commodities, it reiterates the CFTC's power to bring enforcement actions against digital asset marketplaces through the commodity exchange act, it details specific risks such as arguing that there has been an uptick in losses from scams and also highlighting DeFi as a risk. Letter says there are still questions around who is responsible for monitoring DeFi markets for fraud and manipulation, safeguarding customer funds and ensuring parties meet their obligation to one another. We're also concerned about any DeFi protocols offering derivatives contracts on unregistered exchanges. The subject of a recent CFTC enforcement action. From there, the letter lays out 8 questions to help Congress understand how they can better address these questions and more. The official Twitter handle of the agricultural committee followed up, saying, more Americans are trading digital assets, but there's still a lot we don't know about the risks. We are calling on CFTC to help us further understand the benefits and risks presented by digital asset markets and related emerging technologies. The take that I liked best about this came from Jake stravinsky, the head of policy at the blockchain association. He wrote, the CFTC has always taken a thoughtful and constructive approach to crypto, rightly acknowledging its benefits while honestly assessing its risks and above all making sure the industry and technology can flourish in the USA. It's great to see Senate Democrats asking the CFTC to lead. Now, another member of the blockchain association, David grimaldi, the head of government relations, also tweeted about a different congressional action around crypto as well. Grimaldi tweets breaking the interest in all things crypto and blockchain is stretching across Congress and will no longer reside solely in the congressional committees that exist to oversee the financial industry. Moments ago, the energy commerce committee announced a mining hearing for one 20. Entitled cleaning up cryptocurrency, the energy impacts of blockchains, the committee's subcommittee on oversight and investigations plans to explore the impact of crypto mining on power grids, the ability of minors to utilize solar wind and other alternative sources of energy. There is a strong likelihood that this hearing will be a civil and primitive as the FSC Dems hearing, which was mostly memorable for its lack of drama bomb throwing crypto fear and demagoguing. The subcommittee wants to hear the as yet unannounced witnesses discuss energy consumption, how to moderate energy use in times of crisis EG deep freeze temperatures, how hydropower can be moderated during droughts and more. Witness list to come. The increased interest in crypto from Congress committees is here to stay. So not everyone, I will say shares grimaldi's confidence that this is going to be civil and probative. Many are concerned that this is going to be a big chance for grandstanding and flamethrowing and demagoguery, exactly the things that he said it won't be. I think our first indication of that will be who is actually on the witness list. But I will say it's hard for me to imagine any scenario in which having a hearing, especially a hearing that allows Congress people to hear directly from the industry itself doesn't do more to dispel notions around energy that are largely thrown around in the media and in the popular consciousness, then make them worse. Knowledge, education, information, the chance to discuss even if it comes with a side of demagoguery is better than the alternative. Finally, let's move over to markets to wrap up. First of all, there has been a general rally. I discussed a little bit yesterday that risk assets have been coming back since Powell's softened his stance on quantitative tightening. However, there's another interesting dimension of the story, which is China. From Reuters, Chinese shares rose on Wednesday as slower than expected December producer inflation made room for more monetary easing in the world's second largest economy. With new energy vehicle makers advancing on data showing strong sales momentum. Basically, the idea here is that China is seeing inflation numbers come in lower than expectations, exactly what we're looking for in the U.S. and because of that they've been empowered to keep monetary policy really easy. When all then, of course, is on this saying, while everyone is focusing on what the U.S. is doing, China is starting to stimulate a bit after a tight 2021, setting up a potential west to east theme for 2022 in terms of equity performance. This is something I'm going to keep an eye on so we can dig into more. Meanwhile, let's close with comparative hedge fund performance between traditional finance and the crypto industry. Remember how we were recently talking about how only three of the major hedge funds beat the S&P 500 Index in the last year? How do you think crypto funds performed? While traditional hedge funds returned on average, 10% last year, a lot less than the S&P 500s, 26%. According to numbers from the firm hedge fund research, crypto hedge funds returned on average last year 214%. That's the second best performance after 2017 since the firm started tracking in 2015. What's more, it's not just a matter of these funds having strong beta to the industry, although that's a part of it. Bitcoin returned 48.5% last year, the Bloomberg galaxy crypto index meant to track the industry as a whole, posted a 153.39% return and tea cap, which is a crypto that leverages oracles to track the entire market gained a 185%. The hedge funds beat all those numbers. That said there were lots of buy and hold that did beat the funds as well. For example, having a 400% return year. Now, of course, some of this is just market immaturity. Jeff Dorman from arka says traditional finance hedge fund portfolios look very similar and passive indexes largely outperform active management. In today's picked over market. Contrast that to digital assets and there really isn't much competition at all yet. Still, you gotta think it's pretty good to see that performance. There's a lot more happening this week. I'm excited to bring you more in future episodes. I want to say thank you again to my sponsors, nexo dot IO, abra and FTX, and thanks to you guys for hanging out. Until tomorrow, be safe and take care of each other. Peace.

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"bill hughes" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Hit that base. Indy 5 for me. But again, marginal call and it's more to do with the price. It's more to do with the fact that these 12 with Gavin Chennai. But I wouldn't be I'm not gonna be pushing anybody to have a bet on the rest, I think this is the kind of race you can sit back and watch and enjoy and if you're going to be wanting a bit by all means go and find the logic because he was my second under this. And I think Rory makes a very, very interesting case for him. Just before we move on, the interesting thing is looking at the winners of this race because I know we've had Andrew mind on the show before and he produced the start saying, if you're batting in veterans chases a little bit of ten years and upwards generally, if you just back the ten year olds, you make money blinds. The interesting with this race is that the winners of this have been 1113 1112, 11 and 13. And age has been no barrier thus far to success and a couple of absolute stars and Pete the feet who was still going a couple of years after his win and see you at midnight in that and of course dear old people on days ago as a 12 year old on the back of a long career in top handicapped chances as well. So it's nice that these the final of this event isn't just going to the youngest legs and hopefully that'll be the case again because the two are like most of 12 and 13. And I think it's a very good point to make as well. Because I do remember people freaking out about sol wedding, consolid only just turned 11. You have better, how is this a veteran? Well, it's the rules. Well, you know, the rules of the rules. Exactly. The very experience of offenses, he was only having a second and a third time for professors wasn't he? Yeah. That might be wrong about that. Well, I think you're right. I think you're right. You don't have to track a fair while and you've gone from Bill Hughes to David. Yeah, I think so. Anyway, three 35 sent down. Second last race. Hermes boy, threes, Mac the man, fours, natural history, 5s, take it oyster. Well, I'm not going to change an awful lot from my position. A while ago. Remarkably similar risks to the one that I put up some busy fix up for. In December. On the basis that he's clearly a better harder than he is a chaser. And I made that argument on the basis of the fact that he makes he makes mistakes with fantasy. He actually jumped okay, chips the last time I bought fences, but I was with him that day. The problem that there was the trip. Two.

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New York man arrested after death threat to GOP congressman

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

New York man arrested after death threat to GOP congressman

"A New York man has been arrested for making a death threat against his congressman Republican who voted for the one trillion dollar infrastructure package sixty four year old Kenneth Gasper was arrested Wednesday for a telephone death threats against congressman Andrew Garbarino Nassau County police commissioner Patrick Ryder besides using his displeasure with the congressman's voted on the recent infrastructure bill Hughes some profanity and then he made a threat and it went like this if I see that mother effort in the street I'm going to kill him that tape courtesy WABC TV Garbarino was one of thirteen Republicans who voted for the bill writer says the suspect had no prior record but we have zero tolerance for this type of behavior for any of our residents in a world that we're living today the climate that was out there these threats we take very serious I'm Ben Thomas

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"bill hughes" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

Bytemarks Cafe

06:26 min | 11 months ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"Twenty third twenty twenty one and welcome to the new reality. Addition of bite marks cafe where we serve you of course the first bite of today's science technology and innovation. I'm bert lum first step. We have darrien. sig- you inza from purple. Maya and of course he's here to tell us about a new entrepreneurial program for women called found her and then we'll be joined by matthews Say no are no saint arnaud. And he's from normal studios and he's here to tell us all about the tech behind the be beyond van gogh honolulu exhibition coming up. Now right now. I want to welcome darin darren you know if i slaughtered your last name. Please forgive me and you can. You can pronounce it I said the suv. Maybe you can correct me. But she's the program manager over at purple maya and he's here to tell us about this new entrepreneurial program Called the hawaii found her accelerator. So so darrien. Tell me how badly did mispronounced. Your name not badly at all. It's glenda you were pretty close a lot closer than most people a sequence okay. Great and very. So you've been with a purple. Maya for what a couple three months now. Yeah it's been about three months now. Been going great. so far. Getting ready to bring on the first cohort of this program. And i've you know i've had Alec on and when we've talked about a number of purple maya programs and and of course they're always innovating not only giving people an opportunity to to innovate and Challenge their entrepreneurial skills But no you have this new program and maybe you know tell us a little bit about the genesis of found her. Oh yeah absolutely. So you know we recognize A real opportunity to support native wind. Asian and pacific islander women owned businesses Our two founders. Bill hughes of chocolates. He and laurie allow who most recently was the ceo. Ywca came up with this idea from their own experience and Speaking with other women entrepreneurs recognizing that there's a real opportunity to create a new innovative program that supports women from a holistic point of view. So this is going to be our very first. Covert starting this year It's a six month accelerator so going to be taking place from september to march and we have a number of amazing resources Where we're actually going to be the first woman accelerators to offer both child and elder care. Siphons as well as the non-dilutive grounds along with a number of other resources so so with with purple. Maya and some of the Let's see purple prize and some of the programs that they've created. How would you say founder. And i want to make sure that people Our listeners realize that it spelt all. You are no found if you owe you. He h. e. r. that's the found e. r. and exact and so with the experience that purple my has already had with some of the the accelerator programs like a purple prize How do you think the founder accelerator would would be different. How would it is a women. You know entrepreneurs great question so We're my other programs like that. You mentioned Didn't have a very high number of women and mothers that were entrepreneurs participating this is going to be the very first program to exclusively focus on native hawaiian asian and pacific. Islander women owned businesses across the state so We're going to be bringing on an excellent team of mentors We're focusing on a few different industries. So we're focusing on Tech health and wellness education Fashion and food systems and so we have mentors from each industry. That'll be working with the companies that we bring on also have business development curriculum so each month. We'll be focusing on a different topic and the goal is to lead our participants in having one hundred three hundred percent revenue growth when within a year of joining the program and also have a significant increase in their confidence and conviction in their venture Because we know that women face number of as their starting businesses and so we really wanna put together the best program. We can to elevate the amazing work that they're already doing this graded in a win win. Looking for participants in your first cohort a what stage of the business are you looking for. Are they at the idea stage or they have to be. You know fairly already along the road of doing the business. What are what are you. Ideally looking for sure so the criteria that we're looking for a few things and by the way this can all be found on our website which is found her dot org We're looking for for profit. Companies that are early stage so they'd be passed the idea stage Around three years of existence with some proof of concept so that would be sales partnerships active users. anything that shows the demand for the product or service They have to be at least fifty percent. Women operated that are native win. Pacific islander or asian descent And fall within one of those five categories so text food fashion education and health and wellness. And how many how. Many members or or businesses companies. Will you have in the first cohort. This co where for the first quarter. We're going to be bringing on five companies. Okay so you probably going to have a a pretty tough time selecting those five out of the show that you have some great applicants and we'll be a tough decision now. There's a there's an application in the closing date is coming up really quick yes. The application is open now at found her dot org slash apply applications closed.

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"bill hughes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Entices you intrigued you so much. Well two things. I earned a doctoral degree to teach. And i'd like to be in the classroom teaching the kinesiology motor skill acquisition tessa measurement of the various courses. So you can't do that at the professional level. Secondly i like the game because the game is more team oriented understandably because you get paid by your statistics and professional baseball Everybody is playing for their own statistics. And i've never been a fan of that. I've always a prefer the the team game of baseball. And i think you can find that better in college baseball. I would also assume off what you just said that you can teach at the college level whereas you may not be able to do that at the pro level. Well certainly it's difficult. I can recall my own Professional i didn't share a great deal of respect for the knowledge of the coaches that i had and i felt that my best chance was to do it The way that. I felt most comfortable and i understand that on the part of the players in professional baseball So i don't think that there is Ready to receive instruction as a college kids. The college kids they're used to the academic life. They're used to sitting in classroom. So when you present something to them. That is academic and based on the laws of physics. They can respond to it to try to do that. And professional baseball would be a bit more difficult also. Is it easier to teach the mechanics. A baseball at the collegiate level than it is at the pro level. well Mainly because you are dealing in an academic setting it's easier because i do talk about rising newton's three laws of motion and get into great detail as to how they apply to throwing a baseball or swinging baseball bat and they're used to see Listening to the academic side and sitting in a classroom. Which is what. I do when you're working in a professional setting. You're out on a baseball field. They've been doing this all their lives. They feel that they have their naturally gifted which indeed the are and they go more with their instincts gifts. Rather than with the knowledge mike. I've got this visual picture. I can just see you in a major league uniform talking to these players about the sir. Isaac newton run it. It's not quite as dramatic as i make it sound. Because i do and i have been working as a consultant to professional Pitchers for a number of years. Now all on the quiet. Because you don't want to hurt the feelings of the coaches that they have but some do come to me understanding that there is a bit more pitching than just grabbing the ball. And throwing it that you can't understand the laws of physics and and they teach you how to apply force to ball on a how to make the ball. Do what you want and how to do it without injury. you know. I'd like to think that what i accomplished in my career demonstrated that i had some knowledge about pitching that others did not and sense Nobody's done anything similarly -ccomplish one hundred and six games in one year. They might understand that. I know something that they don't know you are. Well traveled over a thirteen year career. Can you tell me how you would evaluate your talent capabilities. Did you do it more because of the mental processes. Then you did physical capabilities There's no question about it. I graduated high school five foot. Eight hundred forty five. I didn't get a heck of a lot taller. i don't have. I never was blessed with a great of physical talent Except that i what i Determined was a correct way of doing something. I can teach myself to do that. I think i was good at learning new motor skills. I could adjust throwing pattern. To how the what i determined was the best way to apply. Force my Essential to being a major league. Pitcher came after. I took a bill hughes nurse kinesiology course. He made surprising. Newton live for me. Though he was not involved in baseball he was the swimming coach. By talking about the The the three laws of motion law of inertia the acceleration and The third law Equal and opposite reaction. What that meant to how to apply force and maximize it Came very clear to me in his classes. And then i just set out on a career of learning what it meant. And i use myself as As my own instructor. I was the coach and the athlete Together and developed myself into major league. Baltar there's no one more surprised than i. When i turned out to be successful mike one of the things that surprised me is that pro athletes are always for some sort of edge and i know a lot of players that have been in kinesiology and they believe in it because if you can get the mechanics and your head going in the right direction. It doesn't matter what limitations you may have from a talent standpoint you can maximize it. I i've heard that i've seen it proven as you just talked about. Why then dealt more take this on. Is that the type of thing that it's troublesome to them that you have to to work too hard at it. Well there certainly has not been a clarity of Of the tien between the science and the athletes frequently graboy throat as hard as i can in and that supposed to be pretty good to to take that back into show. How for example. The law of inertia applies to throw a baseball is not that simple and Immodestly i think i'm the only one that clearly understands that and those with whom i work come to understand it but it. It hasn't been clearly done. It certainly hasn't been written. And i've not heard anyone else speak of it. No matter that i think is correct. I think you know that there is a line of thought that collegiate athletics are facing an armageddon down the road. The high cost of feeling the various teams the gender equity issue that Is forward in front of us right now. But the ivy league doesn't have any scholarships and if you take a look at division two division three. They still are able to feel some fairly competitive teams in some fine athletes. Come out of those divisions. Do you feel when you take a look at the big time athletic programs around the country that they're going about it the wrong way mike. Well i think the the difficulty is Because of the dichotomies ation of the fiscal education department and the athletic department's there The athletic try department is actually an outgrowth of the physical education department just as in the dramas you put on plays as part of the drama department. We have allowed this one phase of the physical education department of come separate and autonomous and grow out of control with no academic Reigns to hold it in. I think you're far better off when you have a doctoral degree holders or strong master's degree holders in the physical education department. Who coached because they have their strength in the academic side and that makes the athletic side compatible but when they get away that and that's been the trend unfortunately over the past a dozen or so years They tend to spin out of control because the only grounding they have is whether or not they win or lose whereas my gronya's whether or not we teach good classes and.

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"bill hughes" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

The Sprinkler Nerd Show

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

"Some early opportunities with baseline thank you for switching specs for finding projects. Mike astrum northern designs. An era gatien consultant. Mike thank you for all the opportunities in manhattan for putting baseline on some of the coolest frickin projects in the world. Michael krones irrigation consultant. Michael thank you for being an early believer in me and in baseline and technology. Appreciate your trust in me there. Cammarata irrigation consultant. Same for you larry. Thank you for believing in me. Entrusting me dan feick again irrigation consultant. Dan appreciate you. Thank you for believing in baseline and believing in me and believing in the support that we could bring to you for over ten years now. Jim ruzica another. Awesome irrigation consultant. Jim thank you for putting baseline entrusting me with projects in minneapolis. And all over the midwest. Appreciate the relationship that we have and jim is just sprinklers. Right mark cans ler site one landscape supply. Thank you mark for again. Very similar trend here in believing in me helping bring baseline product market and now thank you mark for helping with sprinklers. Supply store and being an awesome fulfilment partner appreciate you. Todd hudgens todd man. I remember the day that you left child's landscape and you you started your own business. Bayside era gatien. You for giving business to me and just being a friend over the years jeff. Bowman irrigation consultant. Jeff appreciate our our business relationship on the on the controls and engineering side and our friend rely relationship with mountain. biking and cycling. Can't wait to go for another ride with you. Brian. casey same thing brian. Thank you for putting trust in me to support you and trust in the baseline product on some of the coolest projects out in this industry. Bill hughes former president of turf equipment and supply and former general manager of the torah division. Bill thank you for hiring me at your distributor. Thank you for putting me in charge of the senate product line at your distributorship. That really again. Just gave me the confidence that i had. A place in irradiation technology. Steve geller at aqua on an paul. Thank you guys. Both for being an early believer again. I sometimes i wonder early believer in me and baseline and those two things often go together. Thank you for the awesome projects that that you have put baseline on in connecticut and new york might outta michael c pelada irrigation. Appreciate you man you put us on some cool baseline on some cool shit and i appreciate our relationship. Jim toro gem you and i may have been competitors but before we were competitors. You were definitely a mentor to me. Thank you for bringing good attitude spirit. Good presentation skills to the irrigation industries. I believe in humanity and always have always will appreciate your leadership. Jeff graber irrigation consultants in michigan. Jeff appreciate you to just like all the other awesome consultants that we work with and that i have worked with over the years. Thank you for trusting in in me over the years. Ed santa loan former president of atlantic irrigation. Ed thank you for allowing me. Essentially total autonomy to build sprinkler supply store dot com not within the atlantic organization but on the side using resources products shipping..

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"bill hughes" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"And they're certainly still a threat to freedom of speech and expression. Let's let's start then with the the process of getting the bill through what changes has free to disagree. I'm rate related campaigns. Manage to make to the bill. How have you managed to make amendments that would at least give some safeguards to freedom of expression compared with what would have been like category through in its originally proposed your will. It's true to say that some very very important changes were secured early on in the process. I think the most important publicly was at requirement for intensive on the power from the fender had to commit defensible. What might be called men's legal terminology as so the bell. When i published with at criminalized abusive behavior which was likely to start patriots that that was a very vague term it would have created a very very low threshold for offending. Of course there was a lack of understanding about what the term abusive means. The term likely means what the term hatred that means so. I think that's why the bill was was so deeply unpopular initially was largely related to this very low threshold in arabic. You the language in the bill under were more changes made subsequently which houses well one of the more controversial aspects with the legislation was a section covering inflammatory material which again was very vaguely defined on threatened to catch all sorts of bucs and perhaps newspaper articles things at which meets statements or statements which could be deemed offensive to some people and the provisions on inflammatory material were removed from the bill after about clash which was welcomed on thirdly provisions covering theater which also sort of rage the levies on they. They felt singled out. These were removed from the bill as well. So i think these three changes were props. Most key changes which were made quite early in the process. I think at the end of last year on They've definitely improved. What will a bill which was felt universally at to be a completely unacceptable on. Made it Props a little bit less of managed to free speech. It might have been took a bit about. The speech. might be criminalized. I think that people who such as adam tompkins when he was discussing the bill Hughes break the terms what what would be lawful and also what would be acceptable in. There has been this idea that in criminalizing certain forms of abusive threatening speech against groups it would send a message as to what is acceptable in scotland. Do you think that criminalizing speech is the way to send a message about what is acceptable. And and is this. The should this be the role of the government. Very interesting question. I should say that up a quite disappointed personally. By by use of food who has a seemingly failed understand. the laws already exists in scotland. I think he's implied constantly that this bill is going to provides protections on entitlement to minority groups which were there already but that's not true of course abusive and threatening language is already potentially criminal yukon harass people..

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"bill hughes" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Was only in the courtroom for twenty minutes. She testified that phil had always been a problem child and when he was four began throwing little birds and mice over the fence into a neighbor's pool. She said when he was eight. His father found him dressed in women's clothing. The began taking him to a psychiatrist in an attempt to help his psychological issues. Cathy carson phil's ex girlfriend testified as well. She told jurors phil had been confident. He could talk his way out of his criminal acts by showing he was not responsible for his actions. Phil also thought he would make a great psychiatrist like his ex wife. Cathy had been subjected to sex strangulation. Which often left her unconscious or bleeding from her ears. Cathy said she was terrified but she stayed with him because she loved him. Fill told her these. Actions were the result of lsd flashbacks. The state rested their case on a luminous photograph in the shape of lisa berries. Torso an oakland police. Criminalist went to the location and the montclair home. Or suzanne said. Lisa's body had been spring lumina on the surface. She created a distinct outline of lisa's torso. The jury found phil hughes guilty of first degree murder in the lisa berry trial afterwards as sanity hearing was held a one at creek. Calif psychiatrist testified to jurors that phil hughes had admitted to the killings. Phil told him that. They were a form of therapy to help himself. Untangle his macabre hangups the doctor also explained to jurors that bill hughes was necrophiliac who would kill his victims then rape them. This was the only way he could climax. Dr hugh winnipeg testified. That not only was phil hughes necrophiliac. His fetish was even worse because he had the compulsion to kill his victims himself. Then have sex with them. Phil till dr winning. I would get totally involved during the violent attacks on my wife or the murder victims. The cool part of me disappeared. I kept on doing it to see why the cool part went away. He could almost say that. Those killings were therapeutic despite these conversations the psychiatrists said phil was not legally insane because phil went to extremes to keep from being found out which suggests that he was aware of the criminality and illegality of the crimes the defensive specialist. Dr karen goodson disagreed. She believed phil was overwhelmed by delusional thinking at the time he murdered. Lisa she said in fills garbled crazy way of thinking. Phil probably set the acts. Where wrong but didn't believe it. The jury deliberated for one hour and fifteen minutes before deciding that phil hughes was saying. He was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after his sentencing phil gave a statement. He said he remembered enough of the murder. To know that quote i am responsible for her death however he told probation officials. He had no knowledge of why he killed. Lisa quote if i was aware of the why in nineteen seventy four. The killing would never have happened..

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"bill hughes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I'm Sweeny Murti Yankees win Game one of this double enter over the Mets, 8 to 7 a wild affair. They scored five times the bottom of the seventh and then walked it off in the eighth. The game winning it by Ji or Shelagh. Game number two will get underway in just over 30 minutes. First pitch will be in approximately 5 20. The pitching matchup is Davy Garcia, making his big league debut against Seth Luego. The next game pitching matchup is brought to you by Montefiore. Doing Mohr Mohr on Garcia in just a moment getting ready for Yeah, one of the Yankees top prospects. Finally getting Teo get his call here and we'll tell you more about his journey here in just a moment. Right now, Let's listen. Aaron Boone is comments on the wild comeback win. That was game 1827 over the Mets Sounds of the game. He's brought to you. By Ramsey, Mazda choose wisely choose Ramsey. Mazda usually don't win many of those, but they just continued to battle and put up good at bats there in the end, and then You know, Dixie? You know who can really hit a fastball and controlled his own enough, you know, been grind and lately been battling, finally got to a really good heater and put a great swing on it. Um And then Geo, you know? I mean, I think the shadows were absolutely a factor there those last inning and a half, probably not seeing the ball real well off ideas and and just kind of fights, one off with two strikes there. But just ah, a lot of good job by but by people Me back from that type of deficit, especially essentially with two outs in that inning. What is the emotional roller coaster like for you? As you're watching things unfold? Yeah, I mean, you know You know the hit batter? Obviously void kind of check. Swing it through the other side. And all of a sudden, you know that the table set for something strange toe happen there and you know for us to have Hicks he up there against Diaz, you know, not that anyone's a good matchup ideas, but you know, he's got a good shot there with his ability, handle the heater and and he put one big swing on one. So that was huge. But you're just a good job by these guys. Obviously, we're going through a tough time of of continuing to grind away on. He took Ella Mae you out there is that they're easy behind that. It was kind of just being A little proactive because I wasn't going to play him in Game two, and I felt like if I get him off his feet there for, you know, an inning and a half for what turned into about an hour. You know that I get him in the second game, so I'm gonna d h him here in the second game. Erin, are you OK? Pitching wise against way should we've made a move? We've option Kris Key. Ah, and a brave you will be here for the for the second game. Greg Joyce. Go ahead. Go ahead. MEREDITH. I was just going to say that that inning That was a rough one. For Michael King. Not a lot of hard hit balls. Just what's the level of frustration when you see an any kind of unfold like that? Yeah. I thought, Michael, look this a tough line to go through, Especially with all the lefties they can throw at you and and Michaels. You know, with his stuff really plays against righties. I mean, and lefties as well, but especially against righty So I thought he threw the ball Really? Well, I did think he got a little bit. You know, tired, even though they didn't have a lot of hard contact. They're awesome. Not being out there in a while, obviously probably wasn't going to go more than 60 65 with them today. I thought he threw the ball. Well, you know, I thought I thought he made some good pitches with his secondary, which really helps, then make his really good to seem fast ball play. So I thought maybe a look right ran out of gas a little bit there at the end, but it wasn't a ton of hard contact like, he said. And what did you think about the way chat? Green bounce back? Yeah, he was great. I mean, that was you know against, you know the heart of their lineup. Obviously, you know, really came in and executed with, you know, at the top of his own. I thought he mixed in some good curve balls to keep him honest and make that pitch and play forum. So You know, not surprised to secret income bounce right back like that. He's he's not overly affected by great highs or or or failures at any time. He's really good at turning the page, and he was able to do that today. Chad Green, bouncing back with the three strikeouts in the top of the eighth. He was in the ballgame because the five run rally and Aaron Hicks the game tying Homer Ji, or shall I get the game winning hit? Yeah, they're all today's Mike's amazing players in the game presented by the Yankees official Mayonnaise makes amazing Mayo made locally by Shuffler Foods from one chef to another. Don't try any other now get set for game number two is the big League debut of Davy Garcia. He's a name you have heard quite often the last couple of years. If you've been listening to the post game shows, and when they used to have minor league baseball games almost every time in the last two years, and Davey Garcia took the mound, I would give you his line because it was always something glittering, mostly with strikeouts. Garcia was signed out of the Dominican Republic in July of 2015. For a $200,000 bonus. It is a relatively small bonus when you consider some of the millions that others have gotten like Jason Dominguez or Gary Sanchez. On the other hand, Mariano Rivera got only $2000 back in 1990 on and so Garcia signed for $200,000 as a 16 year old. He turned 21 just this past May. He will be the youngest picture to start a game in the big leagues this year when he takes the mound. Four game number two, which again starts in about 5 20. He is the youngest picture to start for the Yankees since Bill Hughes in 2007. He did not have a great spring training in summer camp, allowed seven or runs in nine innings total, but his strikeout numbers have always been strong, his ability to get swings and misses. And he has pitched well, really throughout the achey system. With one exception in 2019, he started the year That Sari in 2018. He started the year classic tip and really got everybody's attention. But you owe 1 to 70 are a there and striking out 35 batters in 28 innings. Last year, he pitched across three levels. Tampa Trend and Scranton. He was 20 years old. Meaning by the time you reach triple A. He was six years younger than the average in the international league. He was also at a time of the year, which is probably ll tired, which accounted for the 5.40 e R a U had a triple A Nevertheless, scouts from around the majors and inside the Yankees organization all very excited at the prospect of Davy Garcia, who, as I said, just turned 21 this past May. Baseball America ranks him as the number three prospect in the entire Yankee organization Beyond Jason Dominguez and Clark Schmidt. MLB pipeline has him as the Yankees number one rated prospect, and they as Faras tools are concerned. They say Garcia has the best curveball off all minor league pitchers. Garcia getting set to make his big league debut. Here are our in Boone's thoughts. Yeah, excited. Made his way here last night he Ah slept in a hotel nearby. Yeah, he's done well down in summer camp, too. And So you know, the reports that we've been getting have been have been strong and excited to see him go out there and compete, whether it's with the fastball and you know life at the top of his own with it, You know, really good feel and spin on the breaking ball. It's just about him. Controlling his delivery, you know, is a little bit of that crossfire, making sure he stays on line so he can You know, if he's commanding the ball into his lanes, then he's going to pitch really well. Last year, Davy Garcia appeared in the futures game at All Star Weekend. He was an Eastern League All Star..

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"bill hughes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Washington you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news Democrats in Congress broke ranks with their party and voted to oppose the resolution that set the ground rules for the impeachment proceedings against president trump one of them was New Jersey representative Jeff van drew he's a freshman congressman from Cape May county as the state's southernmost congressional district they were brought him a share of national exposure but venture has been a longtime fixture in South Jersey politics where he served in state and local government for decades so here tells more about him is Terry Hurley the host of the long running her early in the morning program on WPG talk radio in Atlantic city he's also known and covered van drew for nearly thirty years Hey Harry welcome to WNYC shot right to be with you so you're someone who's very familiar with Jeff venture and his political career so when you look at his past voting record are you surprised to see that he broke ranks with the Democrats and and maintained his opposition to impeachment they agree I'm not surprised not just because he is shown an independent streak he has voted against budgets that he thought were not appropriate voted against many things at his own political party at various stages of his career had proposed but on this one I'm shocked that so many people are so surprised as a candidate he maintained that this impeachment thing is not no I think it's very clear Democrats wanted to and knew they'd figure a way to end to either attempt to impeach president trump or to impeach him so why is he against impeachment if if he's been cognizant of this for for quite sometime even before the Ukraine situation what was he saying then what's he saying now well remember before when they were talking about it I mean there were headlines in the day the president was inaugurated in impeachment begins it was Russia collusion it's whatever they wanted to be now it's Ukraine even though the transcript says what it says the Ukraine president says what he says and converse and Andrew is been very very clear in public about the fact that he doesn't see anything at this point that would rise to the level of even an impeachment enquiring pentru is a Democrat who won last year in a rather Republican district that voted for president trump in twenty sixteen can you tell us a little bit about the district in the politics there I would love to Sean and by the way it's not a Republican district it's a classic swing district the late great congressman bill Hughes who just passed away held the seat for twenty years a Democrat former congressman immediate past Frankel Biondo held the seat for twenty four years he is a Republican the thing about the district is it can compass is forty percent of the entire geography of the state of New Jersey it also spreads out over eight of new Jersey's twenty one counties it's a very large district and van drew is I think a classic office holder for the district he's not too conservative he's not too liberal the district is not fifty percent down the middle Sean as just a moderate district it tilts right of center so is it fair to say that constituents in that district and generally don't favor impeachment and ventures decision reflects that ran through as a principal person he doesn't just like a finger and thrown up in the air and then decide how he will vote if he thought that the goods were there and that they should be embarked upon he would vote forty with voters conscience he's not oblivious to the world the district but clearly congressional district two does not favor this process at all nor the way that it's been done so this vote venture made it might be viewed more favorably by general election voters than the democratic base who votes in that party primaries do you think a progressive might step up challenge for Andrew in next year's primary and would they pose a threat to his at two is our political career I would say guarantee I I think it's very clear I believe Democrats have already made it known their displeasure if you don't tell the line one thing I'll say about Nancy Pelosi I do not care for her philosophy of governance but she can wept and if you cross Nancy Pelosi you're going to get a primary challenge the thing about Andrew and I don't think it's fair and I talk a lot about it Sean and written about it is that he voted and spoke from the very beginning has been consistent all along about not being in favor of impeachment with the evidence that we know at this time or any thought before Vandross think consistent in its position that then raises the higher of the left then the Republicans don't trust them because he's a Democrat Vander finds himself basically on an island Terry Hurley is the host of her early in the morning and he'll be interviewing venture on fox news radio next Thursday at one thirty PM thanks so much for joining us shot thank you.

"bill hughes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For nearly thirty years Hey Harry welcome to WNYC shot right to be with you so you're someone who's very familiar with Jeff manager and his political career so when you look at his past voting record are you surprised to see that he broke ranks with the Democrats and and maintained his opposition to impeachment they agree I'm not surprised not just because he is shown an independent streak he has voted against budgets that he thought were not appropriate voted against many things at his own political party at various stages of his career had proposed but on this one I'm shocked that so many people are so surprised as a candidate he maintains that this impeachment thing is not new I think it's very clear Democrats wanted to and knew they figure a way to end to either attempt to impeach president trump or to impeach him so why is he against impeachment if if he's been cognizant of this for for quite sometime even before the Ukraine situation what was he saying then what's he saying now well remember before when they were talking about it I mean there were headlines on the day the president was inaugurated in impeachment begins it was Russia collusion it's whatever they wanted to be now it's Ukraine even though the transcript says what it says the Ukraine president says what he says and converse and Andrew is been very very clear in public about the fact that he doesn't see anything at this point that would rise to the level of even an impeachment enquiring then through is a Democrat who won last year in a rather Republican district that voted for president trump in twenty sixteen can you tell us a little bit about the district in the politics there I would love to Sean and by the way it's not a Republican district it's a classic swing district the late great congressman bill Hughes who just passed away held the seat for twenty years a Democrat former congressman immediate past Franco Biondo held the seat for twenty four years he is a Republican the thing about the district is it can compasses forty percent of the entire geography of the state of New Jersey it also spreads out over eight of new Jersey's twenty one counties it's a very large district and van drew is I think a classic office holder for the district he's not too conservative he's not too liberal the district is not fifty percent down the middle Sean as just a moderate district it tilts right of center so is it fair to say that constituents in that district and generally don't favor impeachment and ventures decision reflects that ran through as a principal person he doesn't just like its finger and thrown up in the air and then decide how he will vote if he thought that the goods were there and that they should be embarked upon he would vote forty would vote his conscience he's not oblivious to the world the district but clearly congressional district two does not favor this site process at all nor the way that it's been done so this vote venture made it might be viewed more favorably by general election voters than the democratic base who votes in that party primaries do you think a progressive might step up challenge for Andrew in next year's primary and would they pose a threat to his at two is up political career I would say guarantee I I think it's very clear I believe Democrats have already made it known their displeasure if you don't tell the line one thing I'll say about Nancy Pelosi I do not care for her philosophy of governance but she can wept and if you cross Nancy Pelosi you're going to get a primary challenge the thing about band room and I don't think it's fair and I talk a lot about it Sean and written about it is that he voted and spoke from the very beginning has been consistent all along about not being in favor of impeachment with the evidence that we know at this time or any time before Vandross think consistent in its position that then raises the higher of the left then the Republicans don't trust them because he's a Democrat Vander finds himself basically on an island Terry Hurley is the host of her early in the morning and he'll be interviewing venture on fox news radio next Thursday at one thirty PM thanks so much for joining us thank you I'm Megyn Hocine next time on Latino USA before there was Donald Trump there was proposition one eighty seven we became voters like my mother stood there and build on our application for citizenship the story of how California Republicans went to war against undocumented immigrants in nineteen ninety four and the lasting consequences next.

"bill hughes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Deny it exists is to deny folks liberty and in many cases life a white police officers if you are young and black you're treated differently because of the color of your skin I don't believe that it's just a case of a few bad apples I believe that the system is broken do you have a whole presidential candidates right there demonizing the cops a leading to this type of thing telling people that the cops are bad these are like kids who allowed to do this to their teachers yes exactly right V. be authority these days and parents there is very little respect for any of party these to now we have to take it back this is bull we don't take about now how do we do got to take it back a look Donald reading people what was the least you know a circular authority yeah the business don't walk away like those two rookie cops that walk away I don't know they should be that's a splendid but they should be reprimanded and retrain get on this site cannot walk away from that you're not listening they were overwhelmingly congratulated for showing restraint and not getting into fisticuffs with these court on quote who I think more people were disgusted that never walk away the then then a feeling the way Hey the fuse the situation by walking well after being humiliated when you have friends and family that love Donald Trump when you're watching fox news that's when you make a statement like that but if your knee deep in the rest of the world Democrats liberal media your thousand percent role so they they were impressed with the restraint what what what is this outrage than about the video of a man who's who if it is just if it's just me and the outrageous that these kids were arrested the Opry Jeez Donald there you go yeah but nobody but there was a lot of people on Twitter the progress in the cops for not beating them up showing their stupid but the outrage because they did nothing and they were humiliated and they the end probably because they were they were instructed to do nothing at the very least they were afraid I agree with this should turn around and just like what did you do you son of a **** get over here one of bothered me that the live now this one cop in New Jersey two months ago he's during a traffic stop he but he walked over to these guys they started nothing off to them this is the way a cop should talk to current potential purpose in my opinion anyway take a listen to the one time only ways I guarantee you have not found does not I'm not that guy you understand me so come down you feel me yes Sir former drug because just because I'm not disrespecting in require I got no problem will step down bank no I got no war you don't have to be done to stop making like that's why I say do it yeah that's how you doing here's bill burning in support in New Jersey on line six good morning Kelly Hey good morning first of all I like to say that every morning I wake up so grateful knowing that Hillary Clinton is not the president of America all god long troubled drop here is the blog zero this is what he does with problems so there's a pile of dog crap on the sidewalk he gets a can of whipped cream and covers it up and says go ahead it's okay it's okay to use one word criminals he covers it up again this is his solution to problems we got it like previous mayor said I've it was a plea yeah yes he said so true the blouse Leo is a rarity he does nothing what the hell do you come up with thank you bill Hughes who's a tiny got here is Tony in Brooklyn he's online find good morning Tony how do you solve this Tony because rather telling the cops it's no longer restful to have in your pocket in Seoul any little interest there twice all right it is only three cop would take guys will street now we're being told thank you an appearance ticket another key to simplify it brought okay the houses over there all the stuff that's been going on down there thank you at least talk not only about the skin but their own everybody's got a character out we'll go on the subway to put on a to put absolutely yeah thank you thank you Tony here so John Staten Island online three retired top good morning John Hey guys thanks take Michael I'm retarded NYPD sergeant I just want to say this is all for free from the plot of the old city council this never would happen on the Giuliani and its total anarchy and total disrespect is dangerous very dangerous for people out of the ordinary citizens like us because if the if they they have a right to defend themselves they're not going to defend us no they're going to step back one more quickly here Bernie shoe northwest New Jersey good morning show morning the number you are anytime I wouldn't charge of the like twenty twenty five men and one thing that bothers me when I walk to work together I'd like to know why they had to bring together what works to be able to call let in the recall that there was and I let the maple wood all of our shut it down excellent question and again what with this to general sentiment of disrespect that's out there at the top the blood zero sneaky P. booted as Bernie Sanders congratulations to Matt matey and Jill for putting together that great montage what we do Kamal Harris Cory Booker all these people all these jerks Julian Castro I mean they're setting the tone and this is the results of site is going to break down because of the.

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"bill hughes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"At the hands of white police officers if you are young and black you're treated differently because of the color of your skin I don't believe that it's just a case of a few bad apples I believe that the system is broken do you have a whole presidential candidates right there demonizing the cops a leading to this type of thing telling people that the cops are bad these are like kids who are allowed to do this to their teachers yeah same thing exactly right V. V. authority these days and parents there is very little respect for any of party these to now we have to take it back this is bull we don't take about now how do we do got to take it back a look to start reading the people what was the least you know a certain authority yeah this is don't walk away like those two rookie cops that walked away I don't know they should be used not suspended but they should be reprimanded and retrain you're not listening cannot lay away from that you're not listening they were overwhelmingly congratulated for showing restraint and not getting into fisticuffs with peas corn on quote who I think more people were disgusted that number one the then then a feeling the way Hey the fuse the situation by walking well you have to be humiliated when you have friends and family that love Donald Trump when you're watching fox news that's when you make a statement like that but if your knee deep in the rest of the world Democrats liberal media your thousand percent role so they are they were impressed with the restraint what what what is this outraged and about the video of a man who's who if it is just if it's just me and the outrage is that these kids were arrested the up we Jeez Donald there you go never nobody but there was a lot of people on Twitter the progress in the cops for not beating them up so we said right they're stupid but the outrage because they did nothing and they were humiliated and they probably because they were they were instructed to do nothing at the very least they were afraid I agree with they should turn around and just like what did you do you son of a **** get over here one of bothered me at the live now this one cop in New Jersey two months ago he's during a traffic stop he he walked over to these guys they started nothing off to them this is the way a cop should talk to current potential purpose in my opinion anyway take a listen to the someone once I'm always gonna go to waste I guarantee you have not found does not I'm not that guy you understand me so calm down you feel me yes Sir former drag because just because I'm not disrespecting into quite a problem I got no problem will step down bank I got no water I have to stop making like that let's say you do it yeah that's how you doing here's bill Bernie and support in New Jersey on line six good morning Billy Hey good morning first of all I like to say that every morning I wake up so grateful knowing that Hillary Clinton is not the president of America all god love here is the blog zero this is what he does with problems so there's a pile of dog crap on the sidewalk he gets a camera with cream and covers it up and says go ahead it's okay to eat it's okay to eat one word criminal see covers it up again this is a solution to a problem the guys like Josh previous mayor said I forget yeah Rudy Giuliani yes he said so true the blonde Leo is a rarity he does nothing what the hell's he accomplished thank you bill Hughes to who's your time here is Tony in Brooklyn he's online find good morning Tony how do you solve this Tony because you were letter telling the cops it's no longer restful to have in your pocket in school longer restful any little interest there twice Blake is old pre cop would take guys old street no longer being told appearance ticket and appearance ticket other kids to simplify okay the houses over there all the stuff that's been going on down there at least call not only about the skin what everybody's got a camera out will go on the subway on a good day the rest yeah thank you want thank you Tony here so John Staten Island online three retired cop good morning John Hey guys thanks take Michael I'm retarded NYPD sergeant I just want to say this is all for free from the blouse you own the city council this never would have been on the Giuliani and the whole anarchy and total disrespect is dangerous very dangerous for people out of the ordinary citizens like us because if the if they they have a right to defend themselves they're not going to defend us no they're going to step back one more quickly here Bernie shoe northwest New Jersey good morning show morning person I'm retired farmer correct any time I was in charge of the like twenty twenty five men and one thing that bothers me when you guys yeah I have to work together I'd like to know why they had to work together while I'm working to be able to call out and make sure to call that a good one and who are you let the record all of our shut it down still in question and again what with this to general sentiment of disrespect that's out there at the top the blood zero sneaky P. booted as Bernie Sanders congratulates them that maybe and Jill for putting together that great montage what we do Kamal Harris Cory Booker all these people oldies George Julian Castro I mean this setting the tone and this is the result society's going to break down because of them no question about it folks still to come tickets still available more excitement about the big celebrity softball game going down and see you poor Coney Island Brooklyn later on today Bernie and I heading up a group of superstars raising money pro great call center we are about an hour only now an hour away from Robert motto to testifying before Congress starting with Jerry Nadler's Judiciary Committee coming up at eight thirty this morning we got four great guests we are breaking it down you want to be right here.

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"bill hughes" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:21 min | 3 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Mark Belling back next week. My name is Dave Michaels. Last check the. Powerball winner. While the ticket was bought new Berlian. Obviously don't know exactly where they're from is not come forward, nor should they when you get handed that kind of money, what was it seven hundred and sixty eight million dollars. They take the lump sum four forty. Yes. I would hope they would get their affairs in order for those of you don't know who I am Dan O'Donnell's producer and Dan shared yesterday on the year his story where he saw the notification. That the winning Powerball ticket was sold new Berlin. Dan, bought his Powerball ticket. Yes. No yesterday Wednesday in new Berlin. And so he ran out to his car. Whereas ticket was in his underwear. To see if he had the winning ticket, and I don't blame him. Because while my experience wasn't quite that over the top. And I didn't buy a Powerball ticket for reasons. I'm going to explain here in just a moment. I saw the notification when I woke up Thursday as well winning Powerball ticket sold new Berlin. In a I I thought. Oh, eight million dollar ticket. Which means you got all the numbers. But the Powerball was sold in new Berlin. Like, oh, that's cool. Good for somebody. And then I saw Benyounes information Email Benyounes does the morning news for Jay Weber. Hey, guys, just a heads up. We're getting reports that the big winner. That ticket was sold in new Berlin. And then I got upset. Because. I didn't buy a ticket. And if I would it be new Berlin, why my kids go to daycare and new Berlin. And that's where I buy my tickets in the city of new Berlin. And I was going to. There's a quick trip right off of Morland road brand new. And I was there in my rule of thumb is only buy a Powerball or megabucks, or whatever the big jackpots are the time if I need gas. That's how I rationalize things by gas. I'll pull in a fill up. Oh, powerballs over whatever it may be three hundred billion four hundred million. I'll go in and get a ticket. And I didn't do it. Why? Because one of my kids goes to daycare, and my daughter goes to school, and I dropped my son off. My eldest was still in the car didn't go into by ticket. And I was literally getting sweaty palms going. Oh my God. What have been at the Kwik trip? Wasn't. It was the speedway on Moreland in Beloit. So yes, I do buy Powerball tickets. Maybe three or four year five bucks worth. That's it. Because deep down. I know I'm not going to win even with the story coming out yesterday that a huge windfall of money for all. I know listening right now came to somebody from southeastern Wisconsin. Because that much money scares me. And I'm not trying to come across as holier than thou. But it's true. And I think I mentioned this on the station in the past. I don't want that much money. I don't. Because the numbers prove it's not worth it winning the lottery will not solve all of life's problems. Dave, how can you say that call let me prove it? Here's people who have won the lottery in their life's fell apart because of it. Lauren. Roger Griffiths never argued before they won two and a half million dollars in two thousand five then they won and bought a multi million dollar barn converted into a house. They bought a Porsche not to mention luxurious chips to do by. Media story say their fortune ended in twenty ten when a freak fire gutted their house, which was underinsured forcing them to shell out for repairs and seven months of temporary combinations shortly after that there were claims that Roger drove away in the Porsche after Laura confronted him over Email suggesting that he was interested in another woman that ended their fourteen year marriage. Dave, that's one story. There's more. William post one sixteen million in Pennsylvania back in eighty eight. He was a million dollars in debt within a year. According to post, quote, I wish it never happened. It was a total nightmare. In two thousand four Sharon a single mother had been on welfare cast a check. From the lottery game that she won for more than ten million dollars. She spent her winnings on a big house fancy cars, designer clothes, lavish parties, etc. It all came down. All that stuff was fun. Now, it's back to reality. Because she gave it all back in the matter of two years. Tanda a former waffle house waitress got served a big plate of karma. When she reportedly refused splitter winnings with colleagues sports to pay the tax man over million dollars. How did it happen? She plays her winnings and a corporation and granted or family fifty one percent of stock. Qualifying her for the big tax. In one thousand nine hundred a guy named Gerald one ten million dollars. But he couldn't handle the instant fame that came with winning the grand prize. He bought a bunch of new vehicles for both him and his friends purchased the house that turned into a nightly party pad. He poured money into a logging business. It failed was eventually forced to take a job doing heavy lifting on a friend's farm. Just to make ends meet according to meteoroid ports the guy hanged himself in his parents garage in two thousand five. Suzanne one four point two million dollars in the Virginia lottery back in nineteen Ninety-three. She split the yearly payments three ways of their husband and daughter. Leaving her with about forty seven thousand dollars a year. She quickly found herself in debt. Her lawyer said she shelled out one million dollars for underinsured son-in-law's medical bills Hughes future payouts. Take out a two hundred thousand dollar loan with a company that served specific market lottery. Winners who needed their money fast. She then later switched to a lump sum payment payout. But never paid back the debt the loan company filed suit they won the settlement. It was worthless. The woman had no assets. Couple more. I'm doing this for a purpose, by the way, not to bring it down here on a Friday afternoon construction worker miracle. Lopez won the New Jersey lottery quit his job. Lied about it claimed he needed a foot surgery. According to reports in the New York Times after coming clean to a former co worker he and a few others ganged up on Lopez for not splitting the winnings as promised in a fraud suit the co workers claimed that they all pitched in for the winning ticket. The court ordered Lopez to split the prize. One woman walked away with five million dollars nineteen Ninety-one, but she didn't tell her husband. When her husband a gynaecologist found out? That is gave two million dollars of her fortune to a secret child. She had with another man after she won the lottery, he poisoned her with painkillers. He was convicted on manslaughter charges reportedly asked his wife's family to pay for the funeral because all the money was gone. Michael Carroll was nineteen when he went fifteen million dollars in two thousand two. But according to media reports from the time. He had a pension for crack parties prostitutes big cars that put him right back at square one in five years last. We heard he was a garbage man looking for his job back. Pentecostal preacher working as a stock. Boy. Home Depot got his prayers answer. When you hit the thirty one million dollar Texas jackpot. I life was good. The guy quit his job travelled to Hawaii bought a ranch. Six homes new cars donated turkeys to the poor. But like many others who win the lottery, he just couldn't say no when people ask for a handout, he also ran into financial trouble with a company that gave lottery winners. Sound familiar lump sums in exchange for annual checks, but left him with far less than what he'd won. Media reports from the time say he did eventually divorce and died by suicide shortly before his death. He total financial adviser that quote winning. The lottery is the worst thing that ever happened to me. By no means am I trying to preach. Not I'm giving you perspective. When someone comes into that kind of money, whether it's ten million dollars or in the case of whoever won the Powerball yesterday buying that ticket a new Berlin..

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"bill hughes" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

12:54 min | 3 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"Style house with cathedral windows and we have the house posted on our instagram too so you guys can take a good look at it so the house out on five on a five acre property with a hilltop ranch which is really cute picking him doug expand their family so they ended up having a little boy named Josh and according to their neighbors own community they were pretty much a happy normal family. They were hardworking. They're close knit. There's nothing sketchy about them. They were just your average family. So on the night of June fourth nineteen eighty-three Christopher Hughes a friend of the children's spent the night and they had just spent the entire day on that Saturday having fun at a huge potluck and barbecue <hes> it was at the House of George Valerie Blade now the barbecue and potluck was kind of like a gathering for all local ranch owners and their families to mix and mingle so the families there the Ryan families there until nine o'clock at night they go home with little Christopher Hughes and tow because Josh and Jessica really wanted Christopher to sleep over so they get to the house by nine thirty P._M.. And unfortunately this is the last day say that the Ryan's and Christopher Hughes were seen alive so Marianne Hughes the mom of Christopher Hughes tries calling the Ryan's residents only to be greeted by constant basic busy signals and by Eleven A._M.. She drove the short distance to the Ryan's house because they didn't live that far from them. So she goes to the front door. She knocks on the door. There's no answer so she tries to open the door and she finds it to be locked so she walks around the west side of the House and looked into the children's bedroom drew but could not see a single person or hear anyone you know walking around the house so she called out several names to Peggy Doug but got no response and she noticed that the Ryan's station wagon was gone and then drove back back home to ask her husband to go take another look later on so bill Hughes goes into his car. He drives down the street arrives to the House and he went around the house to peer through a sliding glass door into the Ryan's master bedroom and he could not at I believe what he was seeing. He sees nothing but read. The whole interior of the master bedroom is completely red and according to bill it was a very bloody scene. My first recollection was that this can't be blood this paint makeup I thought what kind of crazy game is this so guys. This is where it gets a little graphic. So if you WANNA time jump you can but this is the reality of the case Peggy Ryan was laying on her back naked in the middle of the room and Doug Ryan also newt was kneeling over the edge of the bed both were completely covered in blood not far from Mrs Ryan's <hes> was Chris Hughes this guy who was lying on a stomach and Josh drenched in blood and curled up in a fetal position and he was near him so josh was moving but his eyes were glazed and the left side of his head was gashed up so josh had been left for dead with his throat throats slit from ear to ear a hatchet blow to his head that fractured his skull several stab wounds to his back that broke three of his ribs and he had collapsed one lung and a broken collarbone to top it off and he also had a nearly severed left ear he had survived by keeping his fingers press to his throat to staunch the bleeding and then going into shock for eleven hours until help arrived Jesus Christ. I know oh he makes it so hughes tried to enter through the glass door but couldn't budget the door was unlocked. Keep that highlighted but in his panicky was tugging at the wrong way he l. to josh to open it but Josh try to move and couldn't so hughes ran around to the other side of the house and kicked in the kitchen door in the kitchen where the Ryan's Irish setter their golden retriever and three kittens playing on the four and bills like what the fuck dude this a strange so he approaches the master bedroom but upon on his arrival he is greeted by the lacerated body of Jessica Ryan sprawled across the doorway he reached down to touch her and <hes> by her stiffness knew she was dead. He entered the master bedroom and called out to Josh when Josh looked at him. Hughes asked him what happened but Josh could could only mumble he told Josh just to lie there. Hughes checked on his son Little Christopher and the Ryan's for signs of life and found instead massive face and head wounds <music> rigor mortis had set in Hughes tried to call nine one one for the Ryan's but both phones were out of order he raced to a neighbor's house and asked Bob how we to call the police in request an ambulance for Josh Hughes recalling that he was somewhat in a state of shock went home to tell his wife what he had seen while how we went to the Ryan's to wait with Josh until help could arrive so the police the firemen paramedics all rushed to the house else. There's fortify paramedics working on Josh there they air lift him to Loma. Linda hospital barely alive Josh's barely breathing with a blood pressure count of zero zero so josh ends up surviving but was unable to speak and only able to communicate for writing and touch so josh was able to communicate with a detective from the San Bernardino County sheriff's office and the detective was really sweet. If you see the forty hours documentary tree which we will leave that Lincoln or notes the detective goes onto state you know I wanted to make sure that he was comfortable with me and know that he was really in a state of shock. He went through a lot of trauma so I asked him questions about baseball and school and when he he was finally ready to answer questions the detective. Let's Josh not squeeze his hand to State <hes> an answer for yes so the detective asks Josh if he remembers seeing anyone in the house aside from his family that night Josh squeezes Lees's hand the detective asks him all right. You remember the number of men I'm GonNa Count The number and you're gonNA squeeze my hand. One no squeeze to know squeeze three Josh squeezes hand at three so by the end of the questioning it turns out that Josh had seen three white or Hispanic attackers in the House that night but the biggest question is what did Josh see the night of the murders and by the time Josh gained his strength speak week he was able to tell the hospital staff and detectives what he saw that night and according to Lorna Forbes the hospital psychologists sheer accorded Josh's state misstating that Josh remember hearing his mom crying followed by Chris's please for help Josh then states. It's that he remembers seeing three white or Hispanic men well now. This is the coroner's report and the schizophrenia graphic too is so the corner initially determined that there had been several assailants using several types of weapons a hatchet an ice pick or screwdriver and either one or two hunting knives to stop and slash the murder victims total of one hundred forty four times mind you they also collected evidence that stated that it took the murderers to commit this crime within five to ten minutes Doug Ryan had suffered thirty seven inflicted wounds to the head the face the neck the abdomen chest for arms and legs Peggy Ryan nine suffered thirty three inflicted wounds to the head face neck avs chest for arms and legs Jessica Ryan suffered the worst out of them all with forty six inflicted wounds to the head the face the neck ab chest forearms lakes and she had one of her fingers nearly decapitated but the corner set the she really did put up a good fighting Christopher Hughes had suffered twenty five inflicted wounds to the head the face the neck the APPS the chest in the hands and the reason why he had a lot of trauma to the hands is because he was trying to shield himself on the attack. Now this is where we go into motive evidence and suspects but whom or who would commit such. Such a terrible acts of violence and why so there was one theory and according to the police who was possibly a robbery gone wrong but nothing inside the house was missing you see the Ryan's kept weapons inside their home. They were untouched. There is also cash fashion jewelry that was laid out in certain areas of the house there untouched even Peggy's purse that was sitting in the living room was untouched. The only thing that was missing was the family station wagon and while Josh was recovering in the E._r.. The Sheriff Deputies <music> and detectives were working around the clock in and around the property there were several signs including Josh's personal account pointed to three <hes> white or Hispanic attackers and it turned out that a huge piece of evidence turned up which was a clump a blonde brown hairs that were found in Jessica's hand as if it was torn off in a struggle so keep that big chunk of evidence highlighted because you wouldn't believe what they don't do with this piece of evidence the police end up fighting footprints in and around the house. A hatchet was soon located not far from the Ryan's House but the side of an adjacent road leading away from the Ryan's property testing on the hatchet is botched rendering all forensic evidence useless so this is the beginning of the fuck ary of the evidence now on the night of the murders. Two witnesses did see three white men driving a station wagon down the dead end road away from the House of the Ryan's in the family station wagon was stolen that might that night so keep that in mind shortly after midnight the night of the murders three young white men entered a bar and grill about a mile away from the Ryan's home in numerous bar workers and patrons observed them to be extremely drunk or spaced out on drugs and when to the men approached three young attractive women one of the Women told him he had blood spattered all over him and he had blood over his face and t shirts she noticed that the other man had on on coveralls that were covered in blood as well as to shoes were covering blood to the point when you when he walks you can hear the Jesus Christ the blood you know just like kind of dripping from his shoes which is disgusting known. I thought that was weird. Okay I know it's like the women are like smelling blood. You smell like human blood lake with the fuck no but keep that big chunk of evidence highlighted to the day after the murders were discovered a woman drivers river spotted a bloody blue t shirt on the side of the road across from the bar and grill and a sheriff's deputy picked it up the next day a bloody Tan t shirt was found on the other side of the road up from the bar and grill and the Tam T. shirt was a fruit of bloom size medium with a pocket in the front. The presence of the two bloody t shirts strongly indicated that at least two assailants were involved in the attack at the Ryan's home and they were very likely the men scene at the bar with blood splatter ladder on their clothing four days after the murders another woman turned into the sheriff's office bloody coveralls her boyfriend a convicted murderer headline left on the floor of her closet hours after the Ryan's and Christopher Hughes were murdered the woman Diane Roper told the Deputy who bagged the coveralls that she had other information that implicated her boyfriend Eugene Lee furrow keep that name forever highlighted in the Chino hills murders <music> but she wanted to speak with homicide detectives she would have told them that furrows hatchet was also missing and that he no longer had on the ten t shirt he wore the Saturday of the murders so she knew it was a fruit of aloom size medium with a pocket on the front and she knew this and she literally had the receipts because she had recently purchased it for him at a K. Mart now roper boyfriend I mean it. Just you know it's just adding up and you're thinking they're collecting this evidence. No they're not collecting anything at all so here's the things row pers- of boyfriend was one of the Mo one of the men that was seen that night at the bar with the bloody clothes Christ so so you gene Lee furrow who is a convicted killer he killed a woman by the name of Mary Sue kits in one thousand nine hundred seventy four in Fresno California. I looked into this case..

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"bill hughes" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

13:54 min | 3 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"In two thousand three Tara was promoted to a systems manager and in two thousand six she got the offer of a full-time position in Puerto Rico at a salary of one hundred sixty thousand dollars a year. That's a lot of money for a young person starting out dozen years ago or so a lot of money now for an older person. But that's pretty impressive of soon. She got even more good news. She had been accepted into a prestigious program with the company geared at those with a real shot at upper management. It was called the leap L E P program. It was offered each year to just fifteen of the company's many employees. So this is big Steph. Yes. And she's she's leading up rapidly in this company, and it's not Steve. Well, he's working at the family business whose more or less stay at home dead. He is and I will have to say that most people did say that he seemed like a good dead yet. Maybe not the best husband. Right. Exactly. But seemed to like his kids and spend a lot of time with them. Despite the demands of the job, though, Tara was very devoted. Mom. No. She was determined though that her kids would be well rounded, and they would feel valued and they would have a kind of more culture in their lives than she did as a child. So she was really happy when they hired an opaque who was Spanish. So that the kids could learn a new language in two thousand and three the grants contracted for their first. Oh pair and this decision was made. So that Steve could work and have some free time without having to haul the kids around to their appointments, and whatever else all the time. But the grants really had a hard time. Keeping the oh pairs some state for weeks. Some for a few months, some gut to the US and partying too much. Some thought it was just too much work and the grants had seven oh pairs. And all all though, they still felt this was cheaper than paying for day care for two kids. The system seemed to work for them at least for the time being. But there were a couple o- payers who said they left because Steve kind of gave them a creeps. And it could have been just because he was home all the time that might make you uncomfortable young woman or it could be that. He really was creepy. We'll never really know. But when Tara was home, the grants did seem as close as any family could be terror would take Lindsay for manicures while Steve would take, Ian and run errands, and they would all go out for dinners, and she just tried to do a lot of things with the kids when she was there. We might mention that. She wasn't there that much now has gone at least three to four days a week her Jovan Puerto Rico required her presence there not at home. Right. So she would typically fly out Monday or Tuesday. Fly back Friday and have a couple days, maybe three days at home with the family. He asked exactly those kind of tough. Well, yes, there were a lot of problems with that. Yep. So Tara started taking golf lessons. Allies more time away from the family, unfortunately. But a lot of business got done on the golf course. And with her about to begin the leap program. She thought it was wise to know how to Gough he's looking ahead. She was such a planner she would also meticulously plan family events in a notebook and compiled lengthy gifts of gifts and would compile a lengthy lists of gifts to give her children at birthdays and Christmases perhaps use compensating for long hours away from them. That happens. I feel like if you're not around a lot you do wanna buy more stuff for your kids. That just happens. And I think when she wasn't home. She wanted to have cards for them like she had a joyful of cards that she would leave for them and write things for them. So she was trying to stay in their lives. Even when she wasn't there. But she was also pretty generous with Stephen in two thousand seven even though it was just February. She was already planning a special surprise for him. It was a combination birthday and Christmas present for him that coming December which was a trip to the Napa Valley where Stephen could indulge inexpensive wines, which was something that he like any. She thought it would kind of be a romantic thing for them to enjoy staying in some hotels together was kind of going to be like a second honeymoon. Sounds like a good trip. Yeah. So in two thousand six Stephen made eighteen thousand nine hundred dollars working at his dad's machine shop now this is less than Tara's year end bonus of twenty eight thousand dollars. So there's a significant financial difference in these two which didn't have to be a problem necessarily because it happens all the time vice versa. Sure. But I think he had a hard time dealing with that. Yeah. The the differences are certainly straining the marriage and may be terrified that the trip to to Napa might bring them closer together. All I'm sure she did. So their current appar was a nineteen year old German lady named Verena. She was blonde and beautiful. Now, she has taken Spanish lessons at a local college had become friends with some other oh pairs in the area and seem quite committed to the grand family. It's easy to see. How? Stephen grant could be attracted to her. In fact, some of terrorists friends wondered why terror would leave her husband alone for days at a time with some unlike Verena, well, it's true. I mean, you should be able to trust your spouse with anyone, but that just seems like a a bad idea in general, why even make that a possibility what we could talk about that for quite some time couldn't wing we could. But you know, it is up to Steve to be faithful to his wife. No matter what the circumstances are. So I wouldn't want to make an excuse for him in this. That's what I was going to say. Okay, good. I agree. Okay. But still I don't think I would do that. I would just avoid that so early February two thousand seven Steve was really escalating his flirting with Verena, and it did become a physical relationship. He started out kissing her. And then he began going into her bedroom and just kind of flirting with her and asking her to have. Sex with him on February eighth that was the night before terror returned home from Puerto Rico, he gave her oral sex, and they slept together on the night that Tara was murdered Farina didn't know about this at the time, and she was really upset when she found out, but she would return to Germany before Stephen was arrested. Tara had written a long letter to Stephen around that time apologizing for always making him feel like he was wrong for not loving him as well as she should. And for sometimes pushing him away she wrote that she wanted them to renew their wedding vows now, this would have been a good letter to possibly give him on Valentine's Day. So maybe she was going to polish it up and put it in Valentine's card. We'll never know because it was still in her notebook when she flew to San Juan in February fifth and still there when she arrived back home on February night for a little before noon. Then on Valentine's Day, two thousand seven Stephen walked into the McComb county sheriff's department and went to the plexiglas window just inside the lobby. He told the desk sergeant that he wanted to report his wife was missing. The sergeant told one of the deputies working the front desk with him to go. Get Bill Hughes who was a twenty year veteran of the department. Now Hughes didn't start working until ten. He opened the door to the lobby and invited. Stephen grant into his office. The report would tell the facts which were dry in the manner of police reports everywhere, but what was happening in Hughes's office was interesting and concerning so Stephen is rambling on pretty quickly about his wife's disappearance. He said Tara had been late getting home tonight of the ninth due to a snowstorm. He'd had a couple of beers. While he waited for they had argued over the phone about a change in her travel plans. She was planning to go back to Puerto Rico and Sunday instead of Monday. So he's all bent out of shape. You just get home Friday. You're leaving Sunday. I miss you. The kids miss you, the usual. Well, let's just remember here that this is Steve's version just putting that in your mind and the fight had actually resumed when she got home. Yes. Well, he was pissed off when she got home because. He said Hello, Honey or something and she had her your buds in listening to music, and she did immediately respond. According to Steve, I'm just taking Steve side. I know I know I just feel like after throw that in once in a while. So they yelled back and forth for about twenty minutes. Then tear had made a call on her cell told someone to pick her up and said, she'd be on a minute grant didn't know for sure. But he thought it was the limo service. She frequently used to get to the airport. The last thing she said to him on her way out was don't forget to get the car to the dealership. Monday to get a dent fixed. Verena Leo pair got home about ten minutes after Tara left. According to Steve he s so Hughes. Ask the obvious question. If tear went missing on the night. Why is he just coming in on the fourteenth to report her missing says Steve said that her boss asked him to wait? He left messages on terrorist cell phone. Both Saturday and Sunday. And we need didn't hear from her by Monday. He said he'd called her boss Liu trundle in Puerto Rico trundle asked him to hold off a bit with the police. He wanted to have a meeting with her bosses in Puerto Rico to discuss it. I now Hughes didn't follow the logic of that. But you know, he knows the ropes. He's leading Stephen continuous story. You know, you gotta let them talk. So Hughes was jotting down notes. As Stephen kept looking at a notebook that he had kind of referring to notes he'd made I guess, which is strange to me. He said that Tuesday he called terrorists sister and her mom in both said they hadn't heard from Tara either. Stevens said he told terraced sister that he'd be happy to find out if Tara was off with some guy in a hotel somewhere. He just wanted her to be okay. He thought he confided to Hughes that Lou trundle Interros mom were lying to him. In fact, Harris family had voiced some worries in the past that Terron Lou were having an affair now. Steve said, he didn't believe it at first. But lately been getting suspicious that maybe it was true. Stevens said he'd been talking to his dad and that his dad had told him the first person police always suspect in these things is the husband now, he read this as Stephen trying to seem cool and on worried about the fact that he would be investigated. He had he told us a warrant out for his arrest for an unpaid traffic ticket Hughes figured that. This was grant telling him, I'm open and honest with you. I'm telling you my secrets so Hughes. Let that go now. Detectives were going to want to talk to him soon. So there was no point in putting Steve on the defensive or arresting him at this point. And Steven was really open about talking, which of course, the detective love that Stevens said that they'd been to marriage counseling, but it wasn't helping and that he was thinking of hiring a divorce lawyer. So the red flags are just popping up left and right here. I'm sure. The policeman Hughes is already thinking something's not right with this story. Klay, certainly place Stephen his suspect. Yeah. And Steven added that terrorists company Washington group international was involved in chemical weapons, and Lou was in charge of that project. So he suggested that maybe Tara had been exposed to nerve gas. Maybe she'd been kidnapped by terrorists. Now, he is at this point just stared at him trying not to let on how weird this conversation. Was getting weird, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Really? And if you see pictures of Stephen you can see how he could look a little wacko. He really could get the bulgy eyes and. Not look real normal. Right. So he was suggested that they give Lou the bus a call Stephen gave him the number, and he made the co with Stephen sitting there thinking, it could be interesting to see how we reacted to that. Lutron? Does struck Hughes is genuinely concerned he offered to help in any way. He could now he was sure that there is no way tarot at ever take off on her own. She wouldn't leave her kids, and she wouldn't just not show up for work. So in it got off the phone with Trendall, Stephen Hughes, if you wanted to call Tara's parents now he said, no and Stephen brought up the appear again. He was wondering why he was asked him a few having some kind of relationship with her. She'll never tell Stephen said giving Hughes a smirk like he's making a joke. Creepy moth his so he is didn't think this is very funny. Strange. Nobody did well now under these circumstances. No now, he had a feeling Hughes. Head of feeling that Stephen wasn't joking. But anyway, it was a pretty inappropriate thing to say when you

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"bill hughes" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"So instead of seeing like what looks like it could be a female on the toilet. Because you don't see the dick his four over the Thuc. Put in the bulk we get flushed down or be like in the water. Wanna make frosting in the water? The water next to his law. Exactly. Yeah. Definitely. Visit he had a turtleneck on it help. I don't get the joke mugs forced. Five April vision? Five minutes shit. Thanks. I needed a break. Never worked on in my life. Trip. So plotted grows got an absolute wet, I guess he's got a whole athletic rare to the wrench team. I'm assuming kids got a huge wrench to pay have kid as can. And all I know I've seen that. I think he's supposed to be like a superstar, right? Yeah. He's a good ball player. I think he's a little bit of time with Jay's I believe most of the year plan. Aaa with the Hoosier baseball buddy, a huge, right? Bill hughes. He was like Nasu, Danny? We're going to get him on the podcast. You said he's got some unbelievable baseball. He is us. Yeah. Speaker yourself as met like hockey players. I wanna general that's another guy. I hung out with Bugsy. So we go into the bar yet. I think Malone it. He's he's a coffee set the tone, either, Tampa, hit a light bulbs. Jersey on the back said set, the tone number twelve boys was your nickname mighty name was inter discussion. This from LA. I just got off the plane to shovel their like to take a picture was like sure smiling, and my hair looks like Mike my head with like this microphone speaking into right now. And they put it on the Jumbotron feels like who's that guy's internal April coffee. So they were like testing the camera with the journey. So then we were like we went to this out for dinner after the game. And this guy was here. And someone's like, you know, that guy isn't really know is set the tone shirt on he's loser. We're like it's either that's us won the World Series. With the Yankees were like all right how much money you make hundred hundred Mils all-star came down after the game. Everyone out and same thing. He was. Yeah. I'll go out drink with you guys. And he was he loves like the high vodka red bulls to tall one. And after that, he then he got bogged hang with you guys of a Sunday. Sick green Kermit, the frog. You're right, buddy. I don't think. So I gotta go two hours and hours in a Bugsy. Takes a special breed to be able to hang out with Bugsy. Oh, we got we got some hockey news. Here are more a little bit of advertising and Latakia Bill ZipRecruiter for sexual everyone knows Iran could be pretty time. It's Jomon you post a job to several online outlets online job blood. You get tons of the wrong resumes. Mini gotta go through all the old resumes. Just the find a few people at the right skills and experience those sites overwhelming.

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"bill hughes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"bill hughes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"They ended up a gift bag. I was walking up here. This is this is wonderful. I don't think I open it right now put it down here. I've never never been an event where you get back before you, speak, usually they hold it. Ransom. Until after thank you. Okay. Reliance on C span cameras here. I thank you. For the opportunity to be here. I want to thank the conference co chairs Nancy Peterman, Susie cut Conan and the entire conference steering committee. The leaders both salmon Aaron thank you for the opportunity and I- special. Thanks to my friend. Bill Hughes a four zero Bromberg and Newman who made this possible Nobil a long time fellow I originate from New Jersey we have escaped varying degrees might me more than him. I think. This conference is an important conference to talks about healthcare and the health industry, and that sort of thing I'm not going to talk specifically about the micro issue of healthcare regulation. I'm going to take a step back and talk more about general approach to regulation, and what's been happening here in Washington over the past couple of years oftentimes folks miss opportunities, and and miss trends, if they put on blinders and focus on one or two agencies that regulate their particular industry right now, there's there's quite a bit going on in the world of administrative law and regulation, which which charges somewhat directly on healthcare. But then much variety on administrative state and does as as healthcare being a subset of that. Over the past two years. The president has made regulatory reform a very large priority. And it's been it's been quite a success story in a town with very few success stories in the modern age. This is what where where he campaigned on this, and he actually has delivered. It began really with a series of executive orders. Some executive orders were designed to revise and revisit specific regulatory burdens involving certain industries, including healthcare, also energy, environmental and labor, and the other executive order that you may have heard of his what is commonly called a two for one. This was an order requiring any any new regulatory action to be offset by the removal of two other ranks. This is this is proved to be symbolic because two to one has been hit wildly exceeded. The president probably could have opted to a more aggressive ratio. We have two years of data now two fiscal years. We could say that that it really has made an impact. If one looks in terms of economics. The past fiscal year eliminated twenty three billion dollars in overall regulatory costs. These numbers I got from from Owen, the which is a hub that handles regulatory issues. Total over the past two fiscal years is thirty three billion dollars over the past twenty one months. If one looks at the ratio while the exceeds to one twelve to one ratio from wants to split hairs and say that I'm including minor rulings, and that sort of thing, and when we look at major major rulings, it's a four to one ratio. Let's compare that to where we were in the first couple years of President Obama a little different approach. I twenty one months they added about two hundred and forty five billion dollars worth of regulatory costs different approach there than the past the past two years. The future. Seems to be more of the same agencies are projecting eliminating another eighteen billion dollars. This does not include fuel standards, which get there may be some changes in the fuel standards which could end up being one hundred twenty two three hundred forty billion dollars savings. Healthcare. There's been some particular changes. I I feel.

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