7 Burst results for "Bob Morton"
Doug Welcomes Robert Bork Jr, Head of the Antitrust Education Project
"My just joy today to have bob Morton junior owned. He has been a leader in this industry, not only following up on what his father, Robert bork had done, judge bork had done. But in his own right working with this today, bob, welcome to the podcast today. It's such a pleasure to finally be on, I'm sorry about the delays, but here we are. Yay. We made it. Well, to get everybody started off, tell us about where what you're doing now, your organization, and then we're just going to dive head deep into this stuff. The semi short version is that for a long time, I was a reporter and then got sick of that and decided to get a grown-up job. And worked in corporate communications and strategy, but most recently, and really this is a labor of love for my father. I saw in 2016 or so that Elizabeth Warren and others were having sort of their left wing Appalachian meeting to discuss how to hijack antitrust and turn it into a weapon against business, not just big business, all business. And my first thought was, well, I wonder where my dad's book is. And he had written a book called the antitrust paradox in 1978, but it was out of print. And you couldn't find it unless you wanted to spend three or $400 on an old copy. So I decided we needed to get the book back into print. And I asked Mike Lee, senator Mike Lee to write a new introduction. And I wrote a new forward and took some time, but we got it out. It's on Amazon and Barnes and noble. It's very readable.
"bob morton" Discussed on Ball & Buds
"And then all of sudden roddy piper comes in and starts talk crap that they don't belong bond blah blah blah blah honestly hogan kind of works out whether this thing on. Mtv we have either this the cell the score and ultimate in ulta get hogan against piper. See i didn't even know. They had stuff on the say the biggest one. That was a big deal where this we should go back and watch this. This all kind of came together. You had a match on. Mtv cogan against roddy piper. Mr t. is in the states as a friend of cobras because they were rocky three together and they were never gonna see. Together they they they. They played up their friends. The whole movie was played up real and they both ended their interest. Music was out of the tiger back when you could actually before their licensing or even worth paying attention to is the very first nights main event. Very first you'll never see this on the wb network their interests. Music is up tiger. That would never happen today but so what happened to hogan was wrestling. Roddy piper owned a war to salvage or whatever it's called on. mtv it ended in some small. Like it always cowboy bob. Morton gosh interfered. But then mr teague anson rain to even a school so now oh my god mr t. Who can't guys this. Nineteen eighty five. Eighteen was the biggest show in the world. And you got one of the most famous actors in the world. Mtv coming into save all cogan from roddy piper. In this dastardly cowboy bob morton. Some orndorff came down became involved as well. Oh my god it was great. How did that come about. How want to get into mashed. He was like him. Yeah yeah and piper was his manager. For a minute 'cause pipe came over her piper system out mouthpiece had to pipes stuff at his view had his feud with snuka..
"bob morton" Discussed on Conversations
"All you know this. This is a kind of a confession trip. I think the dell alana's talked about this as well. Sometimes you're mediate human response. When suffered a catastrophe is to go. Oh feel the the embassy and the empathy makes you feel sad and terrible and then you get angry with the person for making you feel that way and so you offer them. A whole bunch of from. And i wanted to do this. Did you do that. You've gotta get up and you've got to change this. So so that huge you'll you'll make things better for yourself and i'll feel better about myself when when you're dealing with someone who's been stuck in that place for ten years after the trauma. Can you still separate them or do you have to do something else for them. They have to do it for themselves. They have to make that first step into the universe when you make that first step. You don't know what's going to come back. And that's that's what i mean. It comes back in wise that can lead to your healing or not curing but healing healing is A whole of of solid experience. You know physical mental and spiritual and and curing. His physical solid die have to do it like with alcoholics or drug addicts theme. I have to come to that point fifty times on fifty one times. That's when it all seeing team. I suppose the thing is trust that ultimately they will find the way if you sit with them in that trust ultimately many do it yourself and people say things to me they'll say icon sawyer thirty five years ago and you said this and nothing did and i said just sunk in a. Here's another role you've got new book. Find a help group to share your growth journey with. Who has that been the you so many people. The first one was talked. Bob morton i've been doing psychotherapy for forty years. He's been with me all that time just had to retire..
"bob morton" Discussed on Conversations
"All you know this. This is a kind of a confession trip. I think the dell alana's talked about this as well. Sometimes you're mediate human response. When suffered a catastrophe is to go. Oh feel the the embassy and the empathy makes you feel sad and terrible and then you get angry with the person for making you feel that way and so you offer them a whole bunch of from. I wanted to do this. Did you do that. You've gotta get up and you've got to change this. So so that huge you'll you'll make things better for yourself and i'll feel better about myself when when you're dealing with someone who's been stuck in that place for ten years after the trauma. Can you still separate them or do you have to do something else for them. They have to do it for themselves. They have to make that first step into the universe when you make that first step. You don't know what's going to come back. And that's that's what i mean. It comes back in wise that can lead or not curing but healing healing is A whole of of solid experience. You know physical mental and spiritual and and curing. His physical solid die have to do it like with alcoholics or drug addicts theme. I have to come to that point fifty times on fifty one times. That's when it all seeing team. I suppose the thing is trust that ultimately they will find the way if you sit with them in that trust ultimately many do it yourself and people say things to me they'll say icon sawyer thirty five years ago and you said this and nothing did and i said just sunk in a. Here's another role you new book. Find a help group to share your growth journey with. Who has that been the you so many people. The first one was dr bob morton i've been doing psychotherapy for forty years. He's been with me all that time just had to retire..
"bob morton" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"So therefore back again. Flares is a champion. He may have you know. We had those three matches and eighty nine steamboat. Well he liked working with ricky and ricky locker with nate and their artists. They're they're shakes rembrandt's on different cans an amazing. So if you're the the head honcho. He said what we get three of this. We get two out of this. We could work we six months or whatever the case may be so that was Those guys all had a hand in their created and a lot of it was for cell survival and you think that's where flair was where it was really just looking out for his creative and everything else was just sort of and i don't think there's anything wrong with that. That's not degradation in age. I agree it's just a matter that he took heart and what he did for a living. Knowing that the more money the more tickets were sold more money was drawn into gate the more money he took home in his envelope. So if more guys had that attitude today all the medicine total total. It'd be better off. You think sometimes getting salary heavy and you fan guys ridiculous salaries with very little incentives. Built down is not the way to run a wrestling camp. There's gotta be some motivators. It's got to be something that there's a a goal there congress sales. Yeah right. I mean you know how to guarantee there's to me if you're probably multiple by something times fifteen percent or percent faster and better than you. That's what makes you go around. That's what makes you conrad right. And that's what made rick rick. And so he was. I don't all the guys in the committee. Were a lot to thank or pretty good friends of his to some degree. Anyway the there was no strangers zone. That's for damn sure. So i i I think he has the right intentions but all he should have been worried about was the title. Did you ever think you it was going to get to a spot where he would quit. Yeah i heard it a million times. For god's sakes he quit all the time right time. Yeah and he was so beloved by the voice because he was he was he was a four year letterman. he said that he had the most patches on his letter jacket man. He's the coolest guy school. So but i any talk like that. All of you said he quit theoretically. Yeah i've heard other guys say he would tell us all the tom i quit. I'm out of here. I'm going to call vince. You won't see me again. And then they would sorta play along with in their head. They're thinking see you tomorrow in richmond. There'd be yeah you know he. He might have a deal where he was going to set out for. A couple of days are get the weekend off type deal but he knew these coming back and i never heard castillo crying. Wolf thing man right. I heard it so many times. I just thought well. I've heard this before they still here so i didn't think you quit and i didn't think they'd go to an impasse. Here's the the big issue is really really this to me. There's there's no reason that rick should have been on. Tv or on the road until his contractual issues had been solved and taking care of was some conclusion the both sides could at least say okay. Reluctantly this where we are at that. Reluctantly this we are was. We can't do business anymore. We're willing to release you and here's a whatever you don't let it linger you don't let in a creative business or a sales oriented business. You can't let problems linger. Yeah because that becomes a focal point. Just insurance l. Did with this case and it ruined the for good You know he was that over but because he was that over in every other book i ever worked for you. Know fought tooth and nail to keep him That's why that's why. I was shocked when he left. Well let's talk a little bit about what's going on outside of the company and then we'll circle back to ww. It's totally off topic but does feature a friend of yours the u. w. f. is going to run beach. Brawl and herb. Abrams is going to have the main event with bam bam bigelow taking on dr. Death steve williams. Obviously your your house with With dr death and familiar with bam bam. What'd you think of herb. Abrams and his attempt to to do his own thing here. Do you watch this show. Do you remember i remember. I got more information watching a dark side of the ring and their story of of the cocaine and the vassal lane. And all that stuff you see it. Oh yeah there's a lots of impact their congress. I gotta tell you right now So i i didn't think much of it. I mean it was it was it was a big joke and the only good out of it in my view is the fact that a few guys bob morton junior and doc bigalow and others who didn't have work at that time state steady work.
"bob morton" Discussed on Importance Of Questions- Quora
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"bob morton" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio
"I i. Love corporations are evil narrative. In you know and i feel like i don't know i honestly when we came into to talking about i was like i have nothing to say about robocup so bear with me because i'm working this out but you know like they're this does fall into like it is clear that what this corporation is doing is bad right. It is clear that like the the privatization Sort of neo liberal philosophy that has taken over the police industry or the the The not police industry the law enforcement Space you know like there's a line where one of the characters from the corporation say like we're we are practically the military like what's the fucking difference now like it's all been privatized So there is clearly like structural analysis here of that But it really like it hyper focuses so much on you know these two really one but these two executives that are You know developing the tech and that are in conflict and one of the executives is obviously corrupt and working with like the the bad guys in detroit so that like they continued violence so that there is value to or use of these this you know of of the corporation So their stocks can increase. And all that but you get to kind of the end of it and it's like well you know there's that there's that moment where you you learn what directive for is and. It's like you can't murder an executive from the company as robocop and then or arrest you can't you can't i mean arrest you cannot. He cannot do yes. Ineffectual against totally. Yes thank you for clarifying. And so the the like the ceo guys like you're fired and robocop gets to kill him and it's a whole like cathartic moment but to me i'm like it. It it it kind of a race to the fact that like that. Ceo is also bad. You know like he he ends up coming out in a in a very subtly. It happens quickly but in a way that you're like oh well the bad guys have been taken out so therefore this corporation is still okay to some Absolutely yes i it definitely. Almost i think in robocup two which is a truly terrible film that i don't recommend anyone watch for any reason whatsoever. I think in that film the old the character who's actually known as the old man that that figure is revealed to be like really shitty as well. I could be wrong about that but yes in this film it definitely is would be bad apple of dick jones has been kind of taken out and maybe now. Ocp will not be like so so you know so heinous. But but it's so interesting like i mean So the other bob morton a played so with so much energy by the late great. Miguel farrar one of many. Just great actor you know great performances in the film. I think He i mean you know like like the thing. It's it's there's just a for me again. Like that internal contradiction built into the fact that like the robot copper project. Robocop project is inherently like deeply immoral like like eight by incredibly fucking immoral rights and yet and yet and yet we as viewers mike and yet and yet robocop what ends up like like taking out. Dick jones were also into like be glad that robocop exists i. I don't know what to make of that right. It's it's it's it's it does seem to me to be this like this internal contradiction that that's that's the interesting. This is ultimately the same problem. That i have with starship troopers and you'll have to forgive me because i have not seen it since it came out but i remember my impression being that yes. This film is clearly trying to satirize something but what it thinks it's satirizing it's not it's it's doing something else but because the broad strokes of its satire are so appealing and so funny and so outrageous. It's it's obfuscating The fact that in the end ultimately we are glad for the military because there is this external threat that society at march is ill equipped to deal with right so the question is not whether there should be military colonizing imperialist force. The laughter comes because they're so crypto fascist. And because you know there's all of that sensing around it but the fundamental question of whether we need to have a military or whether we need to have superpower police who remember rebel cop says to every criminal he encounters. It does not matter the crime dead or alive. You're coming with me This should send a chill through every viewer because this is precisely how cops operate right this power over life and death and we as audience members and we as members of the society. Just come to accept that capital. The capital punishment meted out by law enforcement is fundamentally just and we can trust their judgment. You know and it is terrifying that as a viewer i watched this and yet like you say care like there was a part of me that was like yeah because the criminals that were confronted with our so wild and feral and basically subhuman we want them to be dispatch. We need to like interrogate that shit. You know we'll end. This film would be massively different. If it wasn't like like robocop is created to put out the fact that like the like you're saying they're cartoonish leave villainous right and if they weren't this movie would operate a little bit better as a satire because it would show the the aggressive force of the police over people who are just trying to like get food for their family or like you know whatever whatever just like yeah like teenagers hanging out on the corner you know yeah exactly and that would be so much more powerful and that that might be a way to make a this kind of set tirico analysis today right where the audience is a little more privy and a little more savvy around some of these issues or some audiences at least i think starship troopers though is i think in robocop there are there are there are. There are people to be sympathetic to write. There's like the the lady cop and her her love of murphy murphy himself. Who was like you know stuck in this position i think. In in starship troopers there aren't there. Isn't that type of sympathy for anybody. So i think it it lands differently..